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75065: RANKING, W. H.; - The Half-Yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences. Vol. XIII. January - June 1851. Being a practical and analytical digest of the contents of the principal british and continental medical works published in the preceeding six months. Together with a series of critical reports on the progress of medicine and the collateral sciences during the same period.
55673: RAPHAEL, FREDERIC: - Who Were YOU With Last Night?
55877: RAPHAEL, FREDERIC: - Richard’s Things.
77669: (101) RATCLIFFE, DEREK: - Galloway and the Borders. (New Naturalist 101).
75546: RAVEN, CHARLES E.; - English Naturalists From Neckham to Ray A Study of the Making of the Modern World.
77754: (33) RAVEN, J. / WALTERS, M.: - Mountain Flowers. (The New Naturalist No. 33).
78223: RAWSON, GEOFFREY: LEWIS, PROF. MICHAEL: WALES, GEOFFREY: - Nelson's Letters From The Leeward Islands And Other Original Documents in the Public Record Office and The British Museum. Engravings by Geoffrey Wales. Limited Numbered Edition.
77485: RAY, ISAAC; - A Treatise on the Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity.
75988: RAY, CYRIL: - Ruffino The Story of a Chianti
78180: RAYNAL, F. E.: - Wrecked on a Reef. Or: Twenty Months in the Auckland Isles. A True Story of Shipwreck, Adventure and Suffering. With Forty Illustrations.
67508: RAYNER, RICHARD: - The Elephant.
48719: REA, LORNA: - The Armada. (Great Occasions).
50391: REA, LORNA: - The Armada.(Great Occasions).
62288: REA, HOPE: - Rembrandt van Ryn. Bell's Miniature Series of Painters.
73987: READ, PIERS PAUL: - The Templars. The dramatic story of the Knights Templar, the most powerful military order of the Crusades.
78111: READE, CHARLES: - Charles Reade’s Novels. Uniform Library Edition. In Seventeen Volumes. (17). With a portrait of The Author.
70020: REANEY, P.H.: - The Origin of English Place-Names.
73974: REDFERN, ROGER A.: - Portrait of the Pennines. Illustrated with photographs by E.Hector Kyme and with map.
76381: (117). REDFERN, MARGARET; - Plant Galls. (The New Naturalist 117).
54817: REDGROVE, PETER: - The Force & Other Poems. The Choice of The Poetry Book Society.
66925: REDMAN, WILLIAM: - Pewter and Sheffield Plate. Illustrated Handbook of Information on...With full particulars of touch marks, makers’ marks, etc.
73536: REDOUTÉ, PIERRE-JOSEPH: - Früchte und Blumen. ausgewahlt und eingeleitet von Eva Mannering. German language.
73391: REDWORTH, GLYN: - The She-Apostle. The Extraordinary Life and Death of Luisa de Carvajal.
73334: REES, KEN: - Lie in the Dark and Listen. The Remarkable Exploits of a WWII Bomber Pilot and Great Escaper. Wing Commander Ken Rees with Karen Arrandale.
76088: REEVE, R.; COX, D.; - View of Part of Battle Abbey, Sussex. Original Hand Coloured Engraving. First Lesson on Colouring.
75814: REEVE, CLARA; - Fatherless Fanny; Or, A Young Lady’s First Entrance Into Life: Being The Memoirs of a Little Mendicant and Her Benefactors. By The Author of ‘The Old English Baron’, &c. Third Edition.
63593: REICH, HANNS / ELDJARN, KRISTJAN: - Alte Islandische Kunst. German Language. With hard card slip case.
70276: REICH, JOHN: - Italy Before Rome. The Making of the Past.
70390: REID, ANDY: - The Union Workhouse. A Study Guide for Teachers and Local Historians.
70909: REITZ, DENEYS: - No Outspan. Foreword by J.C.Smuts.
61786: RENDER, LORNE E.: - The Mountains and the Sky.
72175: REV. H.L PAGET - In The Day of Battle With an Introduction by The Bishop of London.
68521: REV. MR.NIGHTINGALE: - A Topgraphical and Historical Description of the County of Somerset. Containing and account of its Towns, Cathedral, Castles, Antiquities, Churches, Monuments, Public Edifices, Picturesque Scenery, the residences of the Nobility, Gentry, &c. Accompanied with Biographical Notices of Eminent and Learned Men to whom this County has given Birth.
78397: REYNOLDS, FREDERICK: - The Life and Times of Frederick Reynolds, Written by Himself. In Two Volumes.
70739: REYNOLDS, HELEN: - Couture or Trade. An early pictorial record of the London College of Fashion.
68468: REYNOLDS, LEONARD C.: - Dog Boats at War. Royal Navy D Class MTBs and MGBs 1939-1945. Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet Lord Lewin.
77578: RIBTON-TURNER, C. J.; - A History of Vagrants and Vagrancy, And Beggars and Begging. Illustrated.
52129: RICHARD SALE, TOM ANG - Dorset Photographs by Tom Ang
72620: RICHARD BURN - The History of the Poor Laws: With Observations
77364: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Billy Bunter's Christmas Party. Illustrated by R. J. Macdonald.
75187: RICHARDS, W.; GILES G. D.; - Her Majesty's Army: Vols. 1 & 2. AND: Indian and Colonial Forces. A Descriptive Account of the Various Regiments now comprising the Queen's Forces , from their first Establishment to the Present Times, and in India and the Colonies.
77368: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Billy Bunter Afloat. Illustrated by C. H. Chapman.
77362: RICHARDS, FRANK - Billy Bunter's First Case Illustrated by R.J. Macdonald.
77379: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Just Like Bunter Illustrations by C. H. Chapman.
69738: RICHARDS, AUBREY I.: - Land, Labour and Diet in Northern Rhodesia. An Economic Study of the Bemba Tribe. International African Institute.
77366: RICHARDS, FRANK: - The Banishing of Billy Bunter. Illustrated by C. H. Chapman.
77371: RICHARDS, FRANK: - Bunter The Bad Lad. Illustrated by C. H. Chapman.
78286: RICHARDSON, E. C.: - The Ski-Runner With 143 Text Illustrations and 19 Art Plates.
77408: RICHARDSON, SAMUEL: - Clarissa Or, The History of a Young Lady, Comprehending the most important concerns of private life and particularly showing distresses that may attend the misconduct both of parents and children in relation to marriage. Edited with notes by Angus Wilson. Illustrated by Simon Brett. In Two Volumes with Slipcase.
74403: RICHARDSON, SAMUEL; - Clarissa. Or, The History of a Young Lady: Comprehending The Most Important Concerns of Private Life. The Fourth Edition. In Eight Volumes.
74326: RICHARDSON, NELSON. M. - Proceedings of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Volume XVI. 16.
74271: RICHARDSON, S. T. - The World’s First Railway Jubilee
73842: RICHARDSON, JOHN: - The Local Historian’s Encyclopaedia. With new sections by Brian Christmas, Alexander R.Rumble, Alfreda Wilkinson. Section heading illustrations by Jill Dow. Second edition.
70067: RICHARDSON, NELSON M. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXI.
70064: RICHARDSON, NELSON M. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XVIII.
68830: RICHARDSON, NELSON M.(ED): - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. Volume XIX.
78443: RICHMOND, MRS.: - In My Lady's Garden. With two Coloured Illustrations by Beatrice Parsons. and Forty-Eight other plates.
75692: RICHMOND, HENRY I.; - Richmond Family Records. In Three Volumes.
67622: RICHMOND, LEONARD: - The Technique of Oil Painting.
73119: RICHMOND, REV.LEGH: - Annals of the Poor.
60226: RICKARD, THE REV. H.: - Amberley: Its Castle, Church and History. Illustrated with original drawings by the author.
67332: RIDEN, PHILIP: - Local History. A Handbook for Beginners.
61767: RIDLEY, DEBORAH: - A Clare View. Ten Sketches.
72307: RIDLEY, JASPER: - Roundheads.
70698: RILEY, R.C.: - Brighton Line Album.
60014: RILEY, NOEL: - Tile Art. A History of Decorative Ceramic Tiles.
50041: RINE, JOSEPHINE Z.: - Care and Feeding of Dogs.
75595: RIPMAN, HUJOHN A.; - Guy’s Hospital 1725-1948
78478: RITCHIE, DAVID G.; - Darwinism and Politics.
65842: ROACH, FREDERICK A.: - Hooker’s Finest Fruits. A selection of paintings of fruits by WILLIAM HOOKER (1779-1832), Introduction by William T.Stern. Descriptions by Frederick A. Roach. Signed copy.
50729: ROBB, BRIAN (ILL.) / ANDREYEV, L.: - Judas Iscariot. The Christians. The Phantoms. Translated by Walter Morison.
67309: ROBBINS, KEITH: - Nineteenth-Century Britain. Integration and Diversity. The Ford Lectures Delivered in the University of Oxford 1986-1987.
77215: ROBERT-HOUDIN: FORSTER, JOSEPH: - Card-Sharpers, Their Tricks Exposed. Or, The Art of Always Winning. Translated from the French. With Explanatory Diagrams.
58596: ROBERTS, J.KITTO: - The Mevagissy Independents. 1625-1946.
69317: ROBERTS, JOHN L.: - Introduction to Geological Maps and Structures.
77574: ROBERTS, S. C.; BLACKALL, W. G.; - The Charm of Cambridge. Illustrated by W. G. Blackall.
76592: ROBERTS, PAUL; POWYS; - Becoming Mr. Nobody: The Philosophy and Poetry of John Cowper Powys. Limited numbered edition.
76458: ROBERTS, PAUL; POWYS, JOHN COWPER; TROVILLION, HAL, VIOLET; - Powys to the Trovillions. The Letters of John Cowper Powys to Hal W. and Violet Trovillion. Edited by Paul Roberts.
73071: ROBERTS, GEORGE: - The History and Antiquities of the Borough of Lyme Regis and Charmouth. With several embellishments. Limited edition facsimile reprint.
69153: ROBERTS, J.M.: - Europe 1880 -1945. Second edition. A General History of Europe.
56891: ROBERTS, KENNETH: - Oliver Wiswell.
78349: ROBERTSON, H. R.: - Plants We Play With.
75075: ROBERTSON, BRUCE; - AIRCRAFT CAMOUFLAGE AND MARKINGS 1907-1954. Colour Plates.
74446: ROBERTSON, JEAN; - More Adventures of Little Black Nickum. Illustrated by Norman Mommens.
74288: ROBERTSON, WILLIAM; PRESCOTT, WILLIAM H. - Charles The Fifth History of the Reign of Charles The Fifth, With an Account of the Emperor’s Life after his Abdication. In One Volume.
62307: ROBERTSON, MARTIN: - Dorset to Gloucestershire. Exploring England’s Heritage. Foreword by Barry Cunliffe.
68549: ROBERTSON, DORA H.: - Sarum Close. A History of the Life and Education of Cathedral Choristers for 700 years.
75857: ROBINSON, EMMA: - Caesar Borgia. A Historical Romance. By The Author of “Whitefriars”. The Twelfth Thousand.
75833: ROBINSON, EMMA; - Whitefriars; Or, The Days of Charles The Second. An Historical Romance. In Three Volumes. Third Edition.
74836: ROBINSON, HERBERT C.; - The Birds of The Malay Peninsula. Volume 1: The Commoner Birds. A General account of the Birds inhabiting the region from the Isthmus of Kra to singapore with the adjacent islands.
47874: ROBINSON, MRS. - The Graven Palm. A Manual of the Science of Palmistry.
76093: (ROBINSON,CHARLES) SHELLEY, PERCY BYSSHE; - The Sensitive Plant. Introduction by Edmund Gosse. De Luxe Edition.
71326: ROBINSON, ERIC / MUSSON, A.E.: - James Watt and the steam revolution. A documentary history.
76864: ROBINSON, W. HEATH: - Railway Ribaldry. Being 96 Pages of Railway Humour.
77088: ROBINSON, C.E. / DAWSON, A.(ILLS.): - A Royal Warren. Or: Picturesque Rambles in the Isle of Purbeck. The etchings by Alfred Dawson.
78068: ROBINSON, W. HEATH: - Bill the Minder. Written and illustrated by W. Heath Robinson.
75445: ROBOZ, ZSUZSI; GEBLER DAVIES, STAN; - Chichester 10. Portrait of a Decade. With words by Stan Gebler Davies. SIGNED.
75860: ROCHE, REGINA MARIA; - The Children of The Abbey, A Tale.
77195: ROCHE, PAUL; - All Things Considered. SIGNED BY AUTHOR.
70031: ROE, F.GORDON: - English Cottage Furniture. From earliest times to the Victorian era. New edition, revised and enlarged.
76813: ROGERS, SAMUEL: - Poems by Samuel Rogers.
77457: ROGERS, WALTER THOMAS; - A Manual of Bibliography: Being an Introduction to the Knowledge of Books, Library Management, and the Art of Cataloguing, with a list of Bibliographical works of reference, a Latin-English and English-Latin topographical index of ancient printing centres and a glossary. With 37 Illustrations. New Edition.
77839: ROGERS, SAMUEL; TURNER; STOTHARD; - Italy, A Poem.
77117: ROGERS, SAMUEL: - Poems by Samuel Rogers.
69831: ROGERS, COL.H.: - The Pageant of Heraldry. An Explanation of its Principles and its Uses To-day.
76689: ROGERS, ASHLEY C. (EDITOR); - The Dorset Year Book for 1940-41.
68225: ROGERS, NORMAN: - Wessex Dialect.
76976: ROGET, PETER MARK; - Animal and Vegetable Physiology Considered with Reference to Natural Theology. The Bridgewater Treatises on the Power Wisdom and Goodness of God as Manifested in the Creation. Treatise V. In Two Volumes.
77793: ROHDE, ELEANOUR SINCLAIR: - The Scented Garden.
77792: ROHDE, ELEANOUR SINCLAIR: - A Garden of Herbs.
62046: ROHDE, SHELLEY: - A Private View of L.S.Lowry.
74472: ROLLESTON, MRS. J.D.; - The Embroideress 12 Quarterly Parts Collected in one Bound Volume.
73739: ROLLESTON, T.W.: - Myths & Legends of the Celtic Race.
72950: ROLLOS, G.: - An Accurate Map of Brecknockshire, (Breconshire) Divided into its Hundreds, by G.Rollos, Geographer.
77346: ROLLS, CAPT. S. P. A.; - The Dorset Regimental Journal. A Paper for Dorset Men, and Men of the Dorsets. Vol. II. May 1913, to April 1914.
69621: ROLT, L.T.C.: - Landscape with Machines. The First Part of his Autobiography.
77673: (114). ROPER, TIMOTHY J.: - Badger. (The New Naturalist 114).
76378: (114). ROPER, TIMOTHY J.: - Badger. (The New Naturalist 114).
78222: ROSCOE, E. (ED): - The Marn’ll Book. Some Particular History, some General Topography, a number of photographs, and some maps, of the Blackmore Vale.
74498: ROSCOE, T; ROBERTS, DAVID; - The Tourist in Spain. Andalusia. (Jenning's Landscape Annual).
69276: ROSE, MICHAEL E.: - The English Poor Law 1780-1930.
52825: ROSEBERY, LORD: - Chatham His Early Life and Connections
77476: ROSEN, GEORGE; - The Special Edition of The History of Miners’ Diseases. A Medical and Social Interpretation.
77520: ROSKILL, CAPTAIN S. W; BUTLER, J. R. M.; - The War at Sea. 1939-1945. Three Volumes bound in Four Parts. History of the Second World War. United Kingdom Military Series. Edited by J. R. M. Butler.
72009: ROSSETTI, CHRISTINA G.: - Sing-Song. A Nursery Rhyme Book. With one hundred and twenty illustrations by Arthur Hughes. Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel.
55668: ROSSITER, JOHN: - The Manipulators.
76712: ROTH, CECIL; - The Casale Pilgrim. A Sixteenth-Century Illustrated Guide to the Holy Places. Reproduced in Facsimile, with Introduction, Translation and Notes by Cecil Roth. Limited numbered edition.
49145: ROTHENSTEIN, JOHN: - An Introduction to English Painting.
72806: ROTHENSTEIN, SIR WILLIAM: - Contemporaries. Portrait Drawings by Sir William Rothenstein with appreciations by various hands.
53259: ROTHENSTEIN, JOHN: - Augustus John.
37331: ROTHERY, GUY CADOGAN: - Concise Encyclopedia of Heraldry.
66768: ROTHMULLER, HANNS: - Schmuck und Juwelen. Battenburg Antiquitaten-Kataloge. German language.
73154: ROTHSCHILD, MIRIAM / CLAY, THERESA: - Fleas Flukes and Cuckoos. (7) (A New Naturalist Special Volume).
73758: ROUD, STEVE: - A Pocket Guide to Superstitions of the British Isles.
76153: ROUNSFELL, J. W.; - On The Road. Journeys of a Tramping Printer.
77541: ROUNTREE, HARRY; JEFFERIES, RICHARD; - Bevis. The Story of a Boy. With an Introduction by E. V. Lucas. With Illustrations by Harry Rowntree.
60719: ROUSSELET, LOUIS: - Au vieux Pays de France. Excursions de vacances dans le bassin de la Loire. Touraine, Anjou, Berry, Sologne, Vendee et Bretagne. Ouvrage orne de 137 gravures.
74876: ROUTLEDGE, GEORGE; VARIOUS; - Choice Poems & Lyrics.
59400: (ROWBOTHAM, READ, NEEDHAM, AND OTHER EMINENT ARTISTS): - Our Native Land. Its Scenery and Associations. A Series of 36 Water-Colour Sketches. With Descriptive Notes.
60500: ROWE, THEO B.: - Greek Syntax and Note Book. For Use in Upper Forms in Schools.
72977: ROWE, NICHOLAS: - Three Plays. Tamerlane, The Fair Penitent, Jane Shore. Edited by J.R.Sutherland with Introduction, Bibliography and Notes.
70683: ROWLANDS SMITH, PAMELA: - Out of Time. Tyneham Revisited. (Fiction).
69570: ROWLANDS SMITH, PAMELA: - Out of Time. Tyneham Revisited. (Fiction).
69569: ROWLANDS SMITH, PAMELA: - Out of Time. Tyneham Revisited. (Fiction).
67541: ROWSE, A.L.: - The England of Elizabeth. The Elizabethan Age. The Structure of Society.
67542: ROWSE, A.L.: - The Expansion of Elizabethan England. The Elizabethan Age.
71374: ROWSE, A.L.: - Robert Stephen Hawker of Morwenstow: A Belated Medieval. An Essay by A.L.Rowse.
69162: ROWSE, A.L.: - The Expansion of Elizabethan England. The Elizabethan Age.
57278: ROWSE, A.L.: - The English Spirit. Essays in History and Literature.
73441: ROYAL COMMISSION ON HISTORICAL MONUMENTS: - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Vol. 1: WEST.
56153: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1997, Vol. 43.
56160: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2004, Vol. 50.
56149: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1992, Vol. 38.
56150: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1994, Vol. 40.
56161: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2005, Vol. 51.
56159: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2003, Vol. 49.
56158: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2002, Vol. 48.
56157: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2001, Vol. 47.
56156: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 2000, Vol. 46.
56152: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1996, Vol. 42.
56151: ROYAL SOCIETY: - Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society 1995, Vol. 41.
78059: ROYAL GREEN JACKETS - - The Royal Green Jackets Chronicle. Volumes 1 - 41, 1966 - 2006. An Annual Record Compiled and Edited at Regimental Headquarters, The Royal Green Jackets, Peninsula Barracks, Winchester.
44694: RUBAIYYAT / HERON-ALLEN, EDWARD (ED., WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES): - The second edition of Edward Fitzgerald's Ruba'iyyat of 'Umar Khayyam.
78360: RUDGE WHITWORTH: - The Rudge Book of The Road.
71051: RUDOLFPH, WOLFGANG: - Inshore Fishing Craft of the Southern Baltic from Holstein to Curonia. Translated by T.Lux Feininger and Edited by Sean McGrail. Maritime Monographs and Reports no. 14 - 1974.
73607: RUGGLES, ELEANOR: - Prince of Players. Edwin Booth.
76651: RUNCIMAN, STEVEN: - A History of the Crusades. The First Crusade; The Kingdom of Jerusalem; The Kingdom of Acre. Three Volumes in Slipcase.
77482: RUSH, BENJAMIN; - An Account of the Bilious Remitting Yellow Fever. As it appeared in the City of Philadelphia, 1793.
75029: RUSHBY, NELLIE P.; - Myself When Young.
65130: RUSHTON, CHARLES: - Crime Looks Up.
43652: RUSKIN, JOHN / DOYLE, RICHARD: - The King of the Golden River. Or The Black Brothers. A Legend of Stiria.
77062: RUSSELL, SCOTT; - Mountain Prospect
78430: RUSSELL, WILLIAM HOWARD: - The Prince of Wales’ Tour: A Diary In India; With some account of the Visits of His Royal Highness to the Courts of Greece, Egypt, Spain, and Portugal. With illustrations by Sydney P.Hall.
75156: RUSSELL, F. S.; YONGE, C. M; - The Seas. Our Knowledge of Life in the Sea and How it is Gained.
76534: RUSSELL, D. A. (ED): - Aircraft of the Fighting Powers. Volume IV - 1943 Aircraft. Compiled by H. J. Cooper and O. G. Thetford.
73676: RUSSELL, E.J.: - Manuring for Higher Crop Production.
76501: RUSSELL, BERTRAND; POWYS, JOHN COWPER; - Is Modern Marriage A Failure? A Debate. With an introduction by Margaret Moran. Limited Numbered Edition.
73985: RUSSELL, JOHN MALCOLM: - from Nineveh to New York. The strange story of the Assyrian Reliefs in the Metropolitan Museum and the hidden masterpiece at Canford School. With contributions by Judith McKenzie and Stephanie Dalley.
70476: RUSSELL, JOHN MALCOLM: - from Nineveh to New York. The strange story of the Assyrian Reliefs in the Metropolitan Museum and the Hidden Masterpiece at Canford School. With contributions by Judith McKenzie and Stephanie Dalley.
68720: RUSSELL, W.H.: - The Atlantic Telegraph. (1865).
58501: RUSSELL, BERTRAND: - The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell. 1872 - 1967.
58496: RUSSELL, BERTRAND: - The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell. 1872 - 1967.
58768: RUST, GRAHAM: - The Painted House. Over 100 Original Designs for Mural and Trompe L’Oeil Decoration.
59911: RUTLEDGE, DOM DENYS: - In Search of a Yogi. Himalayan Pilgrimage.
78071: RUTTLEGE, HUGH: - Everest 1933.
73487: RYDER, RICHARD D.: - The Calcrafts of Rempstone Hall, The Intriguing History of a Dorset Dynasty.
73894: RYDER, RICHARD D.: - The Calcrafts of Rempstone Hall, The Intriguing History of a Dorset Dynasty
63662: RYLANDS, GEORGE (DADIE): - Rylands. With an introduction (and somewhat besides) by Lord Rothschild. Signed limited edition.
75947: RYLANDS, J. P. (ED.); ST. GEORGE, HENRY; LENNARD, SAMPSON; CAMDEN, WILLIAM; - The Visitation of the County of Dorset, Taken in the Year 1623. The Publications of The Harleian Society. Est. A.D. MDCCCLXIX. Volume XX. (20).
76878: RYMILL, JOHN; STEPHENSON, A.; MILL, HUGH ROBERT; - Southern Lights. The Official Account of the British Graham Land Expedition 1934-1937. With two chapters by A. Stephenson and an Historical Introduction by Hugh Robert Mill.
77932: RYSBRACH, P. A.; BASIRE, J.; - View of Part of Urless Farm in Corscombe Dorsetshire. Original Hand Coloured Engraving. Painted by P.A. Rysbach 1747, Engraved by J. Basire 1815
57808: S. HOOPER - Attractive original engraved VICAR’S HOUSE PORTLAND, DORSETSHIRE.
57809: S. HOOPER - Attractive original engraved A VIEW OF LULWORTH CASTLE, near Dorchester, DORSETSHIRE.
70668: SACKETT, TERENCE: - A Blandford Forum Camera.
60694: SADLER, GEORGE: - Yesterday On The Hill. Memories of Colehill.
40381: SAGE, BRYAN L. / SCOTT, PETER: - A History Of The Birds Of Hertfordshire. Foreword by Peter Scott.
55584: SAJOUS, CHARLES E.: - Lectures on the Diseases of the Nose and Throat, Delivered During the Spring Session of Jefferson Medical College.
70890: SALAMAN, MALCOLM C.: - The Old Engravers of England in their relation to contemporary life and art. (1540 - 1800).
50662: SALES CATALOGUE - PUGH BROS.(FURNISHING IRONMONGERS): - Dog Grates Specially designed for the Pugh gas fire & used for coal except page 5.
66264: SALEWICZ, CHRIS: - Billy Bragg. Midnights in Moscow. With photographs by Adrian Boot. Introduction by Billy Bragg.
73501: SALGADO, GAMINI: - The Elizabethan Underworld.
74640: SALIGNAC, FRANCOIS DE; - Les Avantures de Telemaque Fils D’Ulysse. Par feu Messire Francois de Salignac de la Motte Fenelon. Nouvelle Edition conforme au manuscript original. Enrichie d’un grand nombre de Figures en Taille Douce. Avec des Remarques pour l’eclaircissement de cet Ouvrage.
55890: SALINGER, PIERRE: - For The Eyes Of The President Only. A Novel.
75665: SALMOND, J. B.; - The History of the 51st Highland Division. 1939-1945.
77259: SAMPSON, LESLEY, I.; - Nijinsky. Blue Riband Sire. Colour Photographs by the Author.
46123: SAMUEL, THE RT. HON. VISCOUNT: - Memoirs.
70088: SANDERSON, ROBERT: - The Story of the Four Eddystone Lighthouses.
73874: SANDON, HENRY: - The Illustrated Guide to Worcester Porcelain. 1751-1793.
78344: SANGER, WILLIAM W.: - The History of Prostitution: It’s Extent, Causes, and Effects Throughout The World. With Numerous Editorial Notes and Appendix. New Edition.
55724: SANSOM, WILLIAM: - Hans Feet in Love.
62259: SANTI, FRANCESCO: - La Nicchia di S. Bernardino a Perugia. Italian Language.
66160: SASSOON, SIEGFRIED: - The Old Century and Seven More Years.
66192: SASSOON, SIEGFRIED: - Letters to Max Beerbohm with a few answers. Edited by Rupert Hart-Davis.
74158: SAUNDERS, FRANK: - Torn Lace Curtain. With James Southwood.
69082: SAURAT, DENIS: - Gods of the People.
67111: SAUVAGEOT, CLAUDE / BALLERO, MIRIELLE: - Indien. German language.
78255: SAVAGE, JAMES: - The History of Dorchester. During the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman Periods, with an Account of its Present State.
42849: SAVAGE, GEORGE: - Dictionary of Antiques.
73589: SAVAGE, KATHARINE: - The History of World Religions. Maps by Richard Natkiel.
76896: SAVAGE, DONALD E.; RUSSELL, DONALD E.; - Mammalian Paleofaunas of the World
78382: SAVAGE, JAMES: - History of the Hundred of Carhampton. In the County of Somerset, From the Best Authorities, By the Author of The History of Taunton.
66804: SAVAGE, GEORGE / NEWMAN, HAROLD / CUSHION, JOHN: - An Illustrated Dictionary of Ceramics. 3.054 terms relating to wares, materials, processes, styles, patterns and shapes from antiquity to the present day...with an introductory list of principal European factories and their marks compiled by John Cushion with 626 illustrations, 24 in colour.
76111: SAVAGE-LANDOR, A. HENRY: - Across Unknown South America. With 2 Maps, 8 Coloured Plates, and 260 Illustrations from Photographs by the Author. In Two Volumes.
73207: SAVAGE, GEORGE: - English Ceramics.
74564: SAVILE, GEORGE; RALEIGH, WALTER; - The Complete works of George Savile First Marquess of Halifax. Edited with and Introduction by Walter Raleigh.
62332: SAVILLE, R.J.: - A History of the Church in Langton Matravers.
67826: SAVILLE, MALCOLM: - King of Kings.
78196: SAVORY, THEODORE H.: - The Spiders and Allied Orders of the British Isles. The Wayside & Woodland Series. Comprising Descriptions of Every Family of British Spiders, Every Species of Harvestman and False Scorpion and the More Familiar of the British Mites.
68960: SAVORY, SIR REGINALD: - His Britannic Majesty’s Army in Germany during the Seven Years War.
75545: SAWYER, FRANK; - The Life of a River and Its Trout Fishery. With new intro by Sidney Vines and Illustrated by Charles Jardine.
74733: SAXELBY, F.OUTWIN; HARDY, THOMAS; - A Thomas Hardy Dictionary. The Characters and Scenes of the Novels and Poems Alphabetically Arranged and Described.
75865: SAXTON KIP - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Dorset. “Dorcestriae. Comitatis Vulgo Dorsett. Vbi olim Durotriges Insederunt.”
76830: SAXTON / KIPP: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Norfolk. Norfolciae.
76829: SAXTON / HOLE: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Shropshire. Salopiae.
72951: SAXTON, C.: - Denbigh. Comitatus Pars olim Ordovicum.
73363: SAYERS, DOROTHY L.: - Lord Peter Views the Body. Sayers, one of her favourite ‘Lord Peter’ detective short stories. Cheap edition.
78355: SCHAFFER, MRS. CHARLES: - Alpine Flora of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Illustrated with Water-Colour Drawings and Photographs.
53732: SCHAPERA, I. (ED.) - The Bantu-Speaking Tribes of South Africa. An Ethnographical Survey.
61477: SCHEURLEER, TH. H.LUNSINGH: - Camera Studies of European Sculpture and Craftsmanship.
75838: SCHILLER, FREDERICK; - The Robbers. A Tragedy. Translated From The German. The Third Edition, Corrected and Improved.
74973: SCHLAEFLI, ROBIN; - Emergency Sahib. Of Queen’s, Sikhs and The Dagger Division. SIGNED.
74460: SCHMITZ, L. DORA (ED); - Miscellaneous Travels of J. W. Goethe. Comprising Letter from Switzerland; The Campaign in France, 1792; The Seige of Mainz; And A Tour on The Rhine, Maine, and Neckar, 1814-15.
72293: SCHONENBERGER, BENNO: - Six Songs. with German and English words composed by Benno Schonenberger.
71981: SCHREIBER, HERMANN: - The History of Roads. From Amber Route to Motorway. Translated by Stewart Thomson.
44379: SCHROEDER, H. S. (ED.): - Luckner-Jahrbuch 1925. Ein vaterländisches Jahrbuch.
64410: SCHULTZ, WOLFGANG: - Altgermanische Kultur in Wort und Bild (Ancient Germanic culture in word and image) Drei Jahrtausende germanischen Kulturgestaltens Oesamtschau-Die Oipsel-Ausblictel. Mit 234 Bildern aus 112 Tafeln und 7 Karten im Text. Vierte auflage. 4th edition. German language in Gothic script.
63652: SCHULZE, ERNST: - Die Bezauberte Rose Romantische Erzahlung in brei Gesangen. Mit illustrationen von P.Grot Johann und Emil Schmidt, in Holz geschnitten von R.Brend’amour und W.Aarland, und einer Einleitung von Ernst Hermann. German language in Gothic script.
50712: SCHWANN, DUNCAN / SNELL, OLIVE (ILL.): - The Book of a Bachelor.
76883: SCHWARZ, E. H. L.; - Causal Geology
49666: SCHWEIGER, W.J.: - Wiener Werkstätte: Kunst und Handwerk 1903-1932. Bildauswahl und Gestaltung von Chr. Brandstätter und W. J. Schweiger.
47228: SCORE, G.F.: - A guide to Wimborne Minster. Its Monuments and Curiosities.
78380: SCOT, REGINALD: SUMMERS, MONTAGUE: - The Discoverie of Witchcraft. With an Introduction by the Rev. Montague Summers.
61515: SCOTT, H.E. (TRANS): - European Painting in the 15th Century. A History of European Painting.
78438: SCOTT ELLIOT,G.F: - The Romance of Plant Life. Interesting Descriptions of the Strange and Curious in the Plant World. With 34 Illustrations.
76009: SCOTT, SIR WALTER; - The Lay of the Last Ministrel; Rokeby; Marmion & The Lady of the Lake. Four Volumes Bound in Decorative Leather.
74821: SCOTT, MICHAEL; POULTER, RICHARD; - Motocourse. The World’s Leading Road Racing Annual.
50017: SCOTT, D. H.: - An Introduction to Structural Botany. Flowering Plants, and Flowerless Plants.
75588: SCOTT, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR SRTHUR B.; BRUMWELL, P. MIDDLETON; - History of the 12th (Eastern) Division in the Great War, 1914-1918.
76411: SCOTT, R; - Original Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map of Cumberland. With Reference to the Wards, and With a View of Carlisle from the North-East.
78379: SCOTT, WALTER: - The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland: Comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture, and other Vestiges of Former Ages, Accompanied by Descriptions. together with Illustrations of remarkable incidents in border history and tradition, and original poetry. In Two Volumes.
78377: SCOTT, WALTER: - The Border Antiquities of England and Scotland: Comprising Specimens of Architecture and Sculpture, and other Vestiges of Former Ages, Accompanied by Descriptions. together with Illustrations of remarkable incidents in border history and tradition, and original poetry. In Two Volumes.
76775: SCOTT, J. M.; - The Private Life of Polar Exploration
76760: SCOTT, J. M.: - Portrait of an Ice Cap. With Human Figures.
78317: SCOTT, SIR WALTER: - The Waverley Novels. With Many Illustrations. Imperial Edition. With Designs by Talwin Morris. In 25 Volumes.
77118: SCOTT, SIR WALTER; - The Vision of Don Roderick, The Field of Waterloo, and Other Poems. Fourth Edition.
62447: SCOTT-GILES, C.W.: - Motley Heraldry by the Fool of Arms edited by C.W.Scott-Giles.
71872: SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, GEORGE (ED): - The Stones of Scotland. Illustrated from Photographs.
75895: (SCOTT, R. F.;) - Scott's Last Expedition. The Personal journals of Captain R. F. Scott on his journey to the South Pole. Introduction by Sir V. Fuchs.
76719: SCOTT, CAPTAIN ROBERT FALCON: - The Voyage of the "Discovery". In Two Volumes. With 260 full-page and smaller illustrations by Dr. E.A. Wilson and other members of the expedition, photogravure frontispieces, 12 coloured plates in facsimile from Dr. Wilson’s sketches, panoramas and maps. In Two Volumes.
46738: ( SCOUTING ) - The Diamond Jubilee Book of Scouting 1907-1967
75675: SCRIVEN, GORDON; - A Brief History of the Parish Church of St. Mary, Weymouth. For Guidance of Visitors.
65773: SEAGER, H.W.: - Natural History in Shakespeare’s Time: being Extracts illustrative of the Subject as he knew it. Also Pictures thereunto belonging.
74543: SEAGO, E./ MASEFIELD, JOHN: - The Country Scene. In Poems and Pictures.
59099: SEALSFIELD, CHARLES: - The Cabin Book: or National Characteristics. Translated from the German by Sarah Powell.
55719: SEAMAN, DONALD: - The Bomb That Could Lip Read.
77536: SEARLE, RONALD; WEBB, KAYE; - Paris Sketchbook.
75991: SEEKINGS, JOHN: - Thomas Hardy's Brewer. the Story of Eldridge, Pope & Co
56094: SEITZ, RAYMOND: - Over Here.
55720: SELA, OWEN: - The Bearer Plot.
73425: SELL, G. (ED): - Handbook of the Petroleum Industry. A Newnes Industrial Handbook. Edited by G.Sell and H.A.Dossett.
77939: SELLER, JOHN; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Dorsetshire. Hand coloured. With list of hundreds. Showing Miles from the Meridian & Paralel of London.
77950: SELLER, JOHN; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Dorsetshire. Hand coloured. With list of hundreds. Showing Miles from the Meridian & Paralel of London.
78162: SENIOR, WILLIAM: CICKERDYKE: POPE: INNES SHAND: WATSON: - Pike and Perch. Fur, Feather and Fin Series. With Chapters by ‘John Bickerdyke’ and W.H. Pope; Cookery, by Alexander Innes Shand. Illustrated by George Roller and From Photographs.
78081: SEREL, THOMAS; - Historical Notes on the Church of Saint Cuthbert, in Wells; The Priory of St. John, College of La Mountery, and Chapels Formerly at Southover, Southway, Polsham, and Chilcote.
48923: SERJEANT, R. B.: - Money from Mink.
74002: SERPA, LOUISE L.: - Rodeo. Photographs and text by Louise L.Serpa. Notes by Larry McMurtry.
54115: SETA, A. DELLA: - Religion & Art. A Study in the Evolution of Sculpture, Painting and Architecture. Preface by Mrs. A. Strong.
75197: SETON, WALTER; - The Penicuik Jewels of Mary Queen of Scots Signed Limited Edition. 137/250.
56830: SEVERN, DAVID: - Hermit in the Hills.
50569: SEWELL, GORDON: - A Wessex Notebook. Houses and People.
78100: SEWELL, ANNA; - Black Beauty. The Autobiography of a Horse. Illustrated by John Beer.
74066: SEYMOUR, MIRANDA: - Robert Graves Life on the Edge.
63849: SEYMOUR, WILLIAM: - Battles in Britain. 1066-1547 and 1642-1746. Two volumes.
75583: SHACKLETON, E.H.: - The Heart of the Antarctic. Being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition, 1907-1909. With an Introduction by Hugh Robert Mill. An account of the first journey to the South Magnetic Pole by professor T.W. Edgeworth David. Two Volumes.
76786: SHACKLETON, EDWARD; - Nansen The Explorer
76780: SHACKLETON; RALLING, CHRISTOPHER; - Shackleton. His Antarctic Writings Introduced by Christopher Ralling.
76749: SHACKLETON, EDWARD: - Arctic Journeys. The Story of the Oxford University Ellesmere Land Expedition 1934-5. Preface by LORD TWEEDSMUIR.
78070: SHACKLETON, ERNEST: - South. The Story of Shackleton's Last Expedition 1914-1917. Illustrated.
47787: SHACKLEY, MYRA: - Environmental Archaeology.
78408: SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM; - The Complete Plays. Edited by Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor. Introduced by Jonathan Bate. In Four Volumes. Cased. Histories I & II; Tragicomedies; and Early Comedies.
74975: SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM; GILBERT, JOHN; - The Songs and Sonnets of Shakespeare. (Shakespeare’s Songs and Sonnets)
76999: SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM; - The Complete Works in 40 Volumes. Miniature Set. On Wooden Presentation Shelf.
77855: SHAKESPEARE; COWDEN CLARKE, CHARLES AND MARY; - The Works of William Shakespeare. Edited with a scrupulous revision of the text.
74713: SHANKS, NIALL: - God, the Devil, and Darwin A Critique of Intelligent Design Theory. Foreword by Richard Dawkins
55096: SHARP, WILLIAM: - Literary Geography.
78203: SHARPE, R. BOWDLER: - Wonders of the Bird World. With illustrations by A. T. Elwes.
78172: SHAW, L.H. DE VISME: POPE, W. H.: SHAND, ALEXANDER INNES: - Wild-Fowl. With chapters on SHOOTING THE DUCK AND THE GOOSE. and COOKERY. Fur, Feather & Fin Series
77471: SHAW, BYAM (ILLS.) / STEEL, FLORA ANNIE: - The Adventures of Akbar.
62294: SHAW, CHRISTINE / SHAW, GRAHAM: - The Dorset Garden Guide.
71508: SHAW, GEORGE BERNARD: - The Plays of Bernard Shaw. Plays Unpleasant, Plays Pleasant, The Apple Cart, Back to Methusalah, Misalliance, Man and Superman, Heartbreak House, Doctor’s Dilemma, John Bull’s Other Island, Saint Joan, Three Plays for Puritans, Translations and Tomfoolery, Androcles and the Lion. etc.
78171: SHAW, L.H.DE VISME: - Snipe and Woodcock. Fur, feather and Fin Series. With chapters on Snipe and Woodcock in Ireland by Richard Ussher and Cookery by Alexander Innes Shand. With eight illustrations by Archibald Thornton and Charles Whymper. Second impression.
76668: SHEARMAN, M. / RYE, W.: - ATHLETICS AND FOOTBALL. With a Contribution on Paper-Chasing, by W. Rye (Badminton Library). Introd. by Sir R. Webster.
75448: SHELDRICK, DAPHNE; - An African Love Story. Love, Life and Elephants.
62333: SHERRY, DESMOND: - Dorset Crafts and Trades.
62330: SHERRY, DESMOND: - Round and About Purbeck. A Fieldwork Companion Book.
67772: SHIPP, HORACE: - Leeway.
74776: SHORE, W. TEIGNMOUTH; - Trial of Frederick Guy Browne and William Henry Kennedy. Notable British Trials.
75087: SHORES, CHRISTOPHER F.; - Pictorial History of the Mediterranean Air War. Volume 1: RAF 1940-43 AND Volume 2: RAF 1943-45. Two Volumes.
78240: SHORT, BASIL: - A Respectable Society Bridport 1593-1835.
65191: SHORT, BERNARD C.: - Early Days of Nonconformity in Poole.
77700: SHORTEN, MONICA: - Squirrels. (12). (The New Naturalist Monograph/Special Volume).
43454: SHUTE, NEVIL: - Stephen Morris. A Novel.
61884: SIBLIK, JIRI: - Twentieth-Century Prints.
64871: SIDGWICK, F. (ED): - The Nut-Brown Maid.
76280: SIEGER, JOSHUA; - I Was There. An Autobiography.
52009: SIEGFRIED BREYER - Soviet Warship Development Volume 1 1917-1937
77228: SILIS, IVARS: - Frozen Horizons; The World's Largest National Park.
75533: SILTZER, CAPT. FRANK: - The Story Of British Sporting Prints.
63755: SIMENON, GEORGES: - Magnet of Doom. Translated from the French by Geoffrey Sainsbury.
72288: SIMMONS, EDWARD L.: - The Lonely Little House. Pictures by Mary Kendal Lee.
77737: (63) SIMMS, ERIC: - British Thrushes. (The New Naturalist 63).
50220: SIMON, MARON J.: - New York - This Way. A Guide.
75201: SIMPKINSON, C. H.; - Life and Times of William Laud. Archbishop of Canterbury. With Portrait.
72845: SIMPSON, SIR JOHN W.: - Some Account of the Old Hall of Lincoln’s Inn.
76801: SIMPSON, C. J. W. COMMANDER; - North Ice The British North Greenland Expedition. Drawings by Ann Simpson.
71928: SIMPSON, H.F.MORLAND: - Bon Record. Records and Reminiscences of Aberdeen Grammar School from the earliest times by many writers. In commemoration of the Thirteenth Jubilee of the School 1256-1906. With two photogavure portraits and other illustrations.
71921: SIMPSON, W.DOUGLAS: - Earldom of Mar. A sequel to ‘The Province of Mar’. Aberdeen University Studies No.124.
71864: SIMPSON, W.DOUGLAS: - Castles in Britain.
67500: SINCLAIR, UPTON: - One Clear Call. (1943-1944) The Ninth Volume of The World’s End Series.
78391: SINCLAIR, JOANNES: DUNDAS: - Disputatio Juridica, Ad. Tit. XI. Lib. III. Inst. De Acquisitione per Adrogationem. Quam, Favente Numine, Ex Auctoritate Clarissimi ac Consultissimi Viri D. Henrici Dundas, De Arniston Junoris, Regii apud Scotos Advocati, & Inclytae Facultatis Juridicae Decani; Nec Non Ex ejusdem FACULTATIS Consensu et Decreto; Pro ADVOCATI Munere consequendo, Publicae Disquisitioni subjicit.
78390: SINCLAIR, JOANNES: DUNDAS: - Disputatio Juridica, Ad. Tit. I. Lib. XLI. Digest. De Adquirendo Rerum Dominio. Quam, Favente Numine, Ex Auctoritate Clarissimi ac Consultissimi Viri D. Henrici Dundas, De Melvill, Inclytae Facultatis Juridicae Decani; Nec Non Ex ejusdem FACULTATIS Consensu et Decreto; Pro ADVOCATI Munere consequendo, Publicae Disquisitioni subjicit.
75715: SINCLAIR WILLIAMS, C.L.: - Puddletown. House Street and Family. An Account of the Inhabitants of Piddletown Parish 1724 Dorsetshire.
75693: SINCLAIR, ARCHIBALD; HENRY, WILLIAM; - SWIMMING. (The Badminton Library of Sports and Pastimes).
73327: SINCLAIR WILLIAMS, C.L.: - Puddletown. House Street and Family. An Account of the Inhabitants of Piddletown Parish 1724 Dorsetshire.
67353: SINGH, BAWA SATINDER (ED): - The Letters of the First Viscount Hardinge of Lahore to Lady Hardinge and Sir Walter and Lady James 1844-1847. Camden Fourth Series Volume 32.
75538: SITWELL, EDITH; - The Canticle of the Rose. Selected Poems 1920-1947.
50643: SITWELL, OSBERT: - Wrack at Tidesend. A Book of Balnearics. Being the second volume of “England Reclaimed”.
58544: SITWELL, OSBERT: - The Four Continents. Being More Discursions on Travel, Art and Life.
65799: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL: - An Indian Summer. 100 recent poems.
66008: SITWELL, EDITH: - Gardeners and Astronomers.
58259: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL: - The Hunters and the Hunted.
54842: SITWELL, MAJOR-GENERAL H.D.W.: - The Crown Jewels and other Regalia in the Tower of London. Edited by Clarence Winchester.
54783: SITWELL, EDITH: - A Notebook on William Shakespeare.
74331: SKELTON, JOHN - Summers and Winters at Balmawhapple A Second Series of The Table-Talk of Shirley by John Skelton C.B.LL.D. TWO VOLUMES.
72831: SKELTON, JOHN: - A Selection of His Poems. Edited with an Introduction by Roland Gant.
65461: SKINNER, H.J.: - The Cottage on the Cliff, etc.
72805: SKINNER, MARTYN: - Letters to Malaya. Written to Alexander Nowell M.C.S. of Ipoh.
67523: SKLANSKY, DAVID / MALMUTH, MASON / ZEE, RAY: - Seven Card Stud for advanced players. The foremost poker player/writers in America show how a good stud player can become a great stud player.
65382: SKRINE, HENRY: - Two Successive Tours of Wales. Two successive tours throughout the whole of Wales with several of the adjacent English counties; so as to form a Comprehensive View of the picturesque beauty, the peculiar manners, and the fine remains of Antiquity, in that interesting part of the British Island.
65012: SLATER, JOHN ROTHWELL: - Printing and the Renaissance: a paper read before the Fortnightly Club of Rochester, New York by John Rothwell Slater. Limited edition.
77269: SLATER, PHILEMON; - History of the Ancient Parish of Guiseley. With Introductory Chapters on The Antiquities of the District. Illustrated by H. Sheppard Dale and S. J. Hodson.
55889: SLAUGHTER, FRANK G.: - Code Five.
70943: SLOAN, ALEC M.: - Those WERE the Days. A controversial chronicle and challenging commentary on 20th century local government characters and events.
67701: SLOSSON, PRESTON WILLIAM: - Europe Since 1870. With a foreword by James T.Shotwell.
56184: SLOSSON, ANNIE TRUMBULL & CLARK, IMOGEN: - Fishin’ Jimmy and Other Stories. With illustrations.
44781: SLOW, EDWARD: - Wiltshire Rhymes for the West Countrie. Part. 2.
44708: SLOW, EDWARD: - The Wiltshire Moonraker's Edition of West Countrie Rhymes.
56807: SMALL COLLECTION OF PLATES OF FOOTBALL TEAMS - From: "Association Football". Queen's Park Rangers F.C.,1905-6
56808: SMALL COLLECTION OF PLATES OF FOOTBALL TEAMS - From: "Association Football". Middlesbrough F.C.,1905-6
55725: SMALLEY, PETER: - A Warm Gun.
78261: SMEDLEY, JOHN: - Practical Hydropathy. (Not the cold water system) Including plans of baths and remarks on diet, clothing and habits of life. With simple directions... Fifteenth Edition, Eighty-Fifth thousand.
72708: SMILES, SAMUEL: - The Lives of George and Robert Stephenson. Introduction by Eric de Maré. Facsimile reprint.
71990: SMIT, TIM: - Eden.
78475: SMITH, CHARLES H.: BECCALONI, GEORGE: - Natural Selection and Beyond. The Intellectual Legacy of Alfred Russel Wallace. Edited by C.H. Smith and G. Beccaloni.
66610: SMITH, GAYNOR: - Give Me Five Minutes. The story of Sidney.
77717: SMITH, K. M.; MARKHAM, R: - Mumps Measels & Mosaics (10) (The New Naturalist Monograph 10).
77174: SMITH, W.H.; - The World's Great Stealth and Reconnaissance Aircraft.
49508: SMITH, H.P.: - Scaplen’s Court. Poole’s First town Hall & The Guildhall of the Fraternity of St. George. Foreword by Alderman H.S. Carter, J.P., Mayor of Poole.
74467: SMITH, A.J.E; - The Moss Flora of Britain and Ireland.
73461: SMITH, CLYDE H.: - Vermont. A Scenic Discovery. Introduction by Brian Vachon.
44885: SMITH, MRS. A. MURRAY ( E. T. BRADLEY): - The Roll-Call of Westminster Abby.
74179: SMITH, R.BOSWORTH: - Bird Life and Bird Lore. With illustrations.
43369: SMITH, LESLIE: - Stories of Bournemouth and its Hinterland. Immaculate Centres of Romance. Hardy Country - Wiltshire Downs- New Forest.
69775: SMITH, GRAHAM: - Hampshire & Dorset Shipwrecks.
69760: SMITH, REV EDWIN / DALE, CAPT. ANDREW MURRAY: - The Ila-Speaking Peoples of Northern Rhodesia. In two volumes.
46575: SMITH, E.D.: - Britain’s Brigade of Gurkhas. Famous Regiments. Ed.by B.Horrocks.
54586: SMITH, ELIZA: - The Compleat Housewife. Facsimile edition.
77916: SMITH, R. A. L.; - Bath. With 84 Illustrations from Engravings, Painting, and Photographs by Paul Fripp, and Others.
67637: SNEDDON, A.: - ‘The Square’ Puddletown. Original line-wash painting.
76460: SNELL, K. D. M.; - The Regional Novel in Britain and Ireland, 1800-1990.
74352: SNELL, F.J.; - Memorials of Old Somerset
56081: SNELLING, LAURENCE: - The Heresy
76015: SNIFT, DEAN; FRASER, JAMES BAILLIE; - A Pinch-Of Snuff: AND; The Khan’s Tale. Composed of Curious Particulars and Original Anecdotes of Snuff Taking; as well as A Review of Snuff, Snuff-Boxes, Snuff-Shops, Snuff-Takers, and Snuff-Papers. With Moral and Physical Effects of Snuff. Two Volumes in One.
74031: SOBEL, DAVA: - Galileo’s Daughter. A Drama of Science, Faith and Love.
72840: SOBOLEFF, I.S.K.: - Cossack at Large. Signed copy.
78205: SOLLAS, W. J.: - Ancient Hunters And Their Modern Representatives.
71469: SOLLY, N. NEAL: - Memoir of the Life of William James Muller. A native of Bristol. Landscape and figure painter. With original letters and an account of his travels and of his principal works. Illustrated with Photographs from Paintings and Sketches by the Artist’s own hand.
52245: SOMERSET ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. - BIRDS OF SOMERSET.
63932: SOMERSET ORNITHOLOGICAL SOCIETY: - Birds of Somerset.
62343: SOTHCOTT, B.L.: - Best Beaches. Hants and Dorset.
58341: SOTHEBY PARKE BERNET & CO.: - Catalogue of the Constable-Maxwell Collection of Ancient Glass. The Proerty of Mr and Mrs Andrew Constable-Maxwell including A Late Roman glass Diatretum or Cage-Cup which will be sold by auction.
61316: SOULE, RICHARD: - A Dictionary of English Synonyms and Synonymous Expressions. Designed as a guide to apt and varied diction. New Edition, revised and enlarged by Alfred Dwight Sheffield.
73868: SOULSBY, IAN: - A History of Cornwall. Drawings by Michelle Richards. Cartography by Ian Soulsby. The Darwen County History Series.
75159: SOUTH, RICHARD: - The Butterflies of the British Isles. With accurately coloured figures of every species and many varieties also drawings of Egg, Caterpillar, Chrysalis, and Food-Plant. And including the new Generic Names. Edited and Revised by H. M. Edelstein. The Wayside and Woodland Series
75158: SOUTH, RICHARD: - The Moths of the British Isles. The Wayside and Woodland Series. A Handy pocket guide with descriptive text. First Series; The Families Sphingidae to Noctuidae. With coloured figures and drawings of early stages. Edited and revised by H. M. Edelston and D. S. Fletcher. Second Series; Comprising the families Lasiocampidae to Hepialidae. Two volumes.
69628: SOUTHERINGTON, F.R.: - Hardy’s Vision of Man.
68603: SOUTHERN, PAT / DIXON, KAREN R.: - The Late Roman Army.
50383: SOUTHWELL SMITH - - Brief Memorials of Reginald Southwell Smith. Canon of Salisbury, and for 60 years Rector of West Stafford, Dorset. Born at Sydling St. Nicholas,August 18th,1809. Died at Stafford Rectory, Dec.28th.1895. Printed “In Memoriam”: Canon Reginald Southwell Smith, by this Son, Reginald Bosworth Smith.
75967: SOWERBY, JOHN E. / JOHNSON, C. PIERPOINT: - British Wild Flowers, Illustrated by John E.Sowerby. Described, with an introduction and a Key to the Natural Orders, by C.P.Johnson. To which is now added A Supplement containing 180 figures of lately discovered flowering plants, by John W. SALTER. and The Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, by John E. SOWERBY.
74533: SOWERBY, JOHN E. / JOHNSON, C.P.: - British Wild Flowers, Illustrated by John E.Sowerby. Described, with an introduction and a Key to the Natural Orders, by C.P.Johnson. Re-Issue: To which is now added A Supplement containing 180 figures of lately discovered flowering plants, by John W. SALTER. and The Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, by John E.SOWERBY.
71558: SOWERBY, JOHN E. / JOHNSON, C.P.: - British Wild Flowers, Illustrated by John E.Sowerby. Described, with an introduction and a Key to the Natural Orders, by C.P.Johnson. Re-Issue: To which is now added A Supplement containing 180 figures of lately discovered flowering plants, by John W. SALTER. and The Ferns, Horsetails, and Club-Mosses, by John E.SOWERBY.
74091: SPALDING, FRANCES: - Magnificent Dreams. Burne-Jones and the Late Victorians.
52586: SPARKS B W & WEST R G - The Ice Age in Britain
72211: SPARROW: - John of Gaunt’s Kitchen, Dorsetshire. Published Jan 11th 1786 by S.Hooper.
76833: SPEED, JOHN: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Stafford. Countie and Towne with the Ancient Citie LITCHFIELD described.
77727: SPEED, JOHN: - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF DEVONSHIRE.
77161: SPEED, JOHN: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Nottingham. “The Countie of Nottingham described, The Shire Towns Situation and The Earls There of observed.
76834: SPEED, JOHN: - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Shropshire. Described the Sittuation of Shrowesbury shewed, With the Arms of thos Earles, and other things observed...
77830: SPEED, JOHN: - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF WILTSHIRE. Published by Sudbury and Humble
75881: SPEED; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Dorset. Dorsetshyre. “With the Shyre-towne Dorchester described, as also the Armes of such Noble families as have bene honoured with the Titles there of since the Normans Conquest to this present Anno 1610.
58497: SPENCE, KEITH: - Companion Guide to Kent and Sussex.
70964: SPENCE, BILL: - Harpooned. The Story of Whaling.
67751: SPENCER, CLAIRE: - Gallows’ Orchard. A novel.
61792: SPENDER, STEPHEN: - Botticelli. The Faber Gallery. Introduction and notes by Stephen Spender.
68881: SPICER, ANDREW (ED): - Southern History. A Review of the History of Southern England. Volume 30 2008.
77002: SPILSBURY, J. (SCULPT.); BOYDELL, J. (PUB.); - Prints from Antique Gems, A collection of thirty-two prints from antique gems in the collections of the Right Honourable Earl Percy, the Honourable C.F. Greville, and T.M. Slade, Esquire. 1785.
58612: SPINOLA, GEORGE: - Rules To Get Children By with Handsome Faces. Reprinted from the original edition of 1642.
78284: SPIRI, JOHANNA: TRITTEN CHARLES: DOANE, PELAGIE: - Heidi Grows Up. Illustrated by Pelagie Doane.
74000: SPLATT, WILLIAM / BURTON, BARBARA: - A Treasury of Australian Painting.
69512: SPRAKE, AUSTIN / DARBY, MICHAEL: - Stevengraphs. The Reference Book on Thomas Stevens’ mounted silk woven pictures and silk woven bookmarkers. Part I, the mounted silk woven pictures and portraits by Austin Sprake. Part II, the silk woven bookmarkers by Michael Darby. Signed copy.
61173: SPRIGGS, MATTHEW: - Archaeology and Anthropology. BAR Supplementary Series 19.
69847: SPRINGER, MARLENE: - Hardy’s Use of Allusion.
65648: SPURGEON, C.H.: - John Ploughman’s Talk; or, Plain Advice for Plain People. Illustrated edition.
62240: SPY: - “orthodoxy” Vanity Fair. Oct 30.1902.
55800: SPY. (SIR LESLIE WARD): - “The Prince of Monaco”. ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Princes.- No.XXII. The Prince of Monaco
62239: SPY: - "Secretary for Scotland'" Vanity Fair. August 14. 1902.
63712: SPY: - John Frederick Peel Rawlinson Signed by the subject.
55797: SPY. (SIR LESLIE WARD): - “C.U.B.C.” ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by Spy. Men of the Day. - No.DCCLXXVII. William Dudley Ward.
62238: SPY: - “G.W.R.” Vanity Fair. Nov. 20. 1902.
62237: SPY: - “New York Tribune” Vanity Fair. Sept 25. 1902.
76837: ST. JOHN, CHARLES; - Natural History & Sport in Moray. Author of ‘Wild Sports of the Highlands,’ ‘Tour in Sutherland,’ Etc.
74900: ST. JOHN, CHARLES; - Sketches of the Wild Sports & Natural History of The Highlands. Illustrated Edition.
77591: ST. AUGUSTINE, BISHOP OF HIPPO: - Confessions. Based on a Translation by J. G. Pilkington, Edited by Justin Lovill, with and Introduction by J. Enoch Powell. With Wood-Engravings by Simon Brett.
78441: STABLES, GORDON: - Shoulder to Shoulder: A Story of The Stirring Times of Old. New Edition.
78442: STABLES, GORDON: - For Cross or Crescent. The Days of Richard The Lion-Hearted. A Romance.
78034: STABLES, GORDON: - For Life and Liberty. Illustrations by Sidney Paget.
77685: STACE, CLIVE A.; CRAWLEY, MICHAEL J.; - Alien Plants. (The New Naturalist 129.)
77720: STAMP, SIR DUDLEY: - Nature Conservation in Britain. With a list of Conservation Areas in England, Wales and Scotland compiled by James Fisher, Deputy Chairman, the Countryside Commission. (The New Naturalist No. 49).
77756: (31) STAMP, L. D: - Man & the Land. (The New Naturalist 31).
77705: STAMP, L. DUDLEY: - Britain's Structure and Scenery. (The New Naturalist 4).
65624: STAMP, SIR DUDLEY: - Nature Conservation in Britain With a list of Conservation Areas in England, Wales and Scotland compiled by James Fisher, Deputy Chairman, the Countryside Commission. (The New Naturalist No. 49).
66917: STANCLIFFE, JANE: - Bottle Tickets.
76735: STANDFAST, COLONEL; - The Memoirs of W. A. Tilney 1868-1947. A Soldier’s Life in England, India, The Boer War and Ireland. Edited by His Granddaughter Nini Murray-Philipson.
75272: STANFORD, SIR CHARLES VILLIERS; - Pages From an Unwritten Diary With Portraits.
70459: STANFORD, S.C.: - Croft Ambrey. Excavations carried out for the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club (Herefordshire) 1960-1966.
77097: STANHOPE, MRS. EUGENIA; PHILIP DORMER; - Letters written by The Late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfied, to His Son, Philip Stanhope, Esq.; Late Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden. Together with Several Other Pieces on various subjects. Published by Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope. In Four Volumes. The Eleventh Edition. In which are inserted, in their proper places, several letters that were wanting at the time of first publication.
78383: STANHOPE, EUGENIA: MATY, M. DR.: - Letters & Miscellaneous Works. Four Volumes: Letters Written by the Late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to His Son Philip Stanhope Esq., In Two Vols. AND Miscellaneous Works of the Late Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, In Two Vols.
77831: STANLEY, HENRY M.: - In Darkest Africa. Or: The Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria. With one hundred and fifty woodcut illustrations and maps. USA Edition. In Two Volumes Complete.
77779: STANLEY, HENRY M.: - In Darkest Africa. Or: The Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria. With one hundred and fifty woodcut illustrations and maps. Third Edition. In Two Volumes Complete.
77795: STANLEY, HENRY M.: - In Darkest Africa. Or: The Quest, Rescue and Retreat of Emin, Governor of Equatoria. With one hundred and fifty woodcut illustrations and maps. Third Edition. In Two Volumes Complete.
74470: STANNAGE, C.T.; - The People of Perth A Social History of Western Australia’s Capital City. SIGNED Limited Numbered Edition, 1/450
66531: STANTON WHITFIELD, A.: - Thomas Hardy. The Artist, the Man and the Disciple of Destiny. A Lecture delivered before La Societe Internationale De Philologie, Science et Beaux-Arts, on April 11, 1921. With an introduction by Sir John Alexander Cockburn.
76312: STARK, FREYA; - Over The Rim of The World. Selected Letters. Edited by Caroline Moorehead. Foreword by Patrick Leigh Fermor.
76317: STARK, FREYA: - Turkey. A Sketch of Turkish History by Freya Stark. Photographs by Fulvio Roiter. With 168 plates. 25 in Colour.
76298: STARK FREYA / STONE, REYNOLDS: - The Zodiac Arch.
76301: STARK, FREYA; MOOREHEAD, LUCY; - Letters. IV. Volume Four. Bridge of the Levant. 1940-43.
76303: STARK, FREYA; MOOREHEAD, LUCY; - Letters. VII. Volume Seven. Some Talk of Alexander. 1952-59.
76302: STARK, FREYA; MOOREHEAD, LUCY; - Letters. VI. Volume SIX. The Broken Road. 1947-52.
76318: STARK, FREYA; - Rivers of Time. Photographs by Dame Freya Stark. Introduction by Alexander Maitland.
76305: STARK, FREYA; - Alexander's Path. From Caria to Cilicia.
76309: STARK, FREYA; - Riding To The Tigris.
68783: STARK, JAMES / MILLER, WILLIAM: - Carrow Bridge, Norwich.
54616: STARK, FREYA: - “ Lunch with Homer “(3 pages). In: ENCOUNTER. March 1968. Vol. 30. No. 3
76310: STARK, FREYA; - A Peak in Darien. Illustrated with Wood Engravings by Reynolds Stone.
76311: STARK, FREYA; - The Minaret of Djam. An Excursion in Afghanistan.
77361: STATHAM, COL. J. C. B.: - With My Wife Across Africa By Canoe and Caravan. 3 Maps and 55 Illustrations.
63857: STAUB, FRANCE: - birds of the mascarenes and saint brandon. Preface by the Prime Minister of Mauritius.
67226: STEARNE, WILLIAM T.: - John Lindley 1799-1865. Gardener - Botanist and Pioneer Orchidologist.
75717: STEBBING, E. P. - JUNGLE BY-WAYS IN INDIA "Leaves from the Notebook of a Sportsman and a Naturalist" with numerous photographs and sketches by the author.
78447: STEBBING, G.: - Beating the Record. A Story of The Life and Times of George Stephenson.
78029: STEEL, FLORA ANNIE; LOCKWOOD KIPLING, J.; - Tales of the Punjab. With Illustrations by J. Lockwood Kipling. Told by the People. With Notes by R. C. Temple.
78350: STEEL, F.A. / GARDINER, G.: - The Complete Indian Housekeeper and Cook. Giving the duties of Mistress and Servants the general management of the house and practical recipes for cooking in all its branches. New edition.
77760: (25) STEERS, J.A.: - The Sea Coast. (The New Naturalist 25).
71790: STEEVENS, G.W.: - From Capetown to Ladysmith. An Unfinished Record of the South African War. Edited by Vernon Blackburn. Third impression.
70921: STEFANSSON, VILHJALMUR: - My Life With The Eskimos. With Forewords by Henry Fairfield Osborn and Reginald Walter Brock. New edition, revised and abridged.
56886: STEINBECK, JOHN: - The Moon is Down.
61317: STEINBERG, S.H. / EVANS, I.H. (EDS): - Steinberg’s Dictionary of British History. Second edition.
75107: STENNING, CANON E.H.; - The County Books. Isle of Man.
76990: STENSIO, ERIK ANDERSSON; - The Cephalaspids of Great Britain. With Sixty-Six Plates and Seventy Text-Figures.
75641: STEPHEN, LESLIE: - Hours in a Library. Introduction by Jonathan Steinberg. In Three Volumes.
75279: STERN, ROBERT C.; - The Hunter Hunted Submarine Versus Submarine Encounters from World War I to the Present.
66934: STERNER, GABRIELE / BANGERT, ALBRECHT: - Jugendstil. Art Deco. Battenberg Antiquitaten-Kataloge. German Languge.
76020: STERRY, WASEY - Annals of The King's College of Our Lady of Eton Beside Windsor.
78453: STEUART, MARIA: - Modern Daughters.
66843: STEVENS, CHRISTOPHER CLAXTON / WHITTINGTON, STEWART: - 18th Century English Furniture The Norman Adams Collection.
74619: STEVENS, GEO. ALEX; - A Lecture on Heads, With Additions by Mr. Pilon; as delivered by Mr. Charles Lee Lewes, To which is added An Essay on Satire. With Forty-Seven Heads by Nesbit, from Designs by Thurston.
66404: STEVENS, E.H.(ED): - Trial of Nikolaus von Falkenhorst Formerly Generaloberst in the German Army. With a Foreword by Sir Nornam Birkett. The War Crimes Volume VI.
69818: STEVENS, PHILIP: - The Leicester Line. A History of the Old Union and Grand Union Canals. With 17 plates and 6 text illustrations including maps.
78031: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS; - The Pavilion on the Links. Illustrated by Gordon Browne, R.I.
44820: STEVENSON, R.L. / ARDIZZONE (ILL.): - Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes.
44449: STEVENSON INTEREST - DOUGLAS, SIR G. (ED.): - A Cadger’s Creel. The Book of the Robert Louis Stevenson Club Bazaar.
71435: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: - Prince Otto. A Romance. Fine Paper Edition.
70077: STEVENSON, J.: - The Catacombs. Rediscovered monuments of early Christianity.
54356: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: - Familar Studies of Men and Books.
77279: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS: - The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. With Custom Shelf. 20 Volumes. In Custom Wooden Presentation Shelf. “British Books” Edition.
64102: STEWART, MARY: - Airs Above the Ground.
66026: STEWART, SEUMAS: - Book Collecting. A Beginner’s Guide.
64719: STEWART, DONALD CALDER: - The Setts of the Scottish Tartans with descriptive and historical notes.
69979: STINTON, JUDITH: - Under Black Ven. Mary Anning’s Story.
71380: STOATE, T.L.: - Dorset Tudor Subsidies. Granted in 1523, 1543, 1593.
73964: STOBART, J.C.: - The Grandeur that was Rome. With numerous illustrations. A Survey of Roman Culture and Civilisation. Third edition revised by F.N.Pryce.
75438: STOCKDALE, LOUISE; - Waiting For Charon. Poems and Illustrations by Louise Stockdale. SIGNED.
77091: STODDART, JOSEPH CHARLES; - Voluntary Controlled Alveolar Hyperventilation in Man. Thesis for Degree of M.D.
63995: STOKER, HUGH: - South Dorset Walks. A guide to twenty superb walks in South Dorset, including Circular Walks for Motorists; Nature Trails and Forest Walks; Old Packhorse Trails and Cliff Tracks...Area Covered: Abbotsbury to Swanage.
75160: STOKOE, W.J.: - The Caterpillars of the British Butterflies. Including The Eggs, Chrysalids and Food-Plants. (The Wayside and Woodland Series). Based upon “The Butterflies of the British Isles” by Richard South.
77024: STOKOE, W. J.: - The Caterpillars of the British Moths. Including The Eggs, Chrysalids and Food-Plants. Based upon "The Moths of the British Isles", by R. SOUTH. First and Second Series. In Two volumes.
75348: STOPFORD, T. P.; - Admiralty Ships Badges. Two Volumes. Original Patterns 1919-1994. Abdiel - Lysander and Mackay - Zulu. Two Volumes. With Addenda. SIGNED by the Author.
77880: STOUGHTON, REV. JOHN; - The Royal Family Bible: Containing the Old and New Testaments, According to the Authorised Version: With Marginal Readings, Explanatory Notes, and Original and Selected Parallel References, Printed at Length; Introductions to each of the Sacred Books, and Selections from the Commentaries of Matthew Henry, Scott, Adam Clarke, Poole, Brown, Horne, Barnes, Kitto and Other eminent Bible Critics and Geographers. Also An Introductory Essay on the History of the Bible.
62208: STOWOSZ, WIT: - Oltarz Krakowski.
50298: ( STRACHAN / HEWETT, C.(ED): - The Living Curve. Letters to W.J.Strachan 1929-1979.
74857: STRAND MAGAZINE - ED. BY G. NEWNES / DOYLE / WELLS / VERNE / NANSEN / LOUIS WAIN / BEERBOHM / BRASSEY / H. RIDER HAGGARD / W. G. GRACE / ETC.; - The Strand Magazine. An Illustrated Monthly. Contains the first publication of “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes” (vols. 2 - 6), “The First Men in the Moon”, and “The Hound of the Baskervilles”. Contents include many articles and stories, many published here for the first time, by famous authors. Some of the more well-known authors and stories are mentioned below. TWENTY VOLUMES.
78049: STRANG, HERBERT: - Settlers and Scouts. A Tale of the African Highlands. Illustrated by T. C. Dugdale.
74004: STRATHERN, PAUL: - The Artist, The Philosopher and The Warrior. Leonardo, Machiavelli and Borgia: A Fateful Collusion.
77984: STRETTON, CLEMENT E.: - The Locomotive Engine and Its Development. A Popular treatise on the gradual improvements made in railway engines between 1803 and 1893. With numerous illustrations. Second edition, revised and enlarged.
66346: STRETTON, HESBA: - Little Meg’s Children.
67115: STRETTON, HESBA: - Alone in London.
77236: STRUZIK, EDWARD; - Northwest Passage The Quest for an Arctic Route to the East. Photography by Mike Beedell.
78385: STRYPE, JOHN: - Strype's Works, Complete in Ten Volumes. The Life (and Acts) of...; Sir John Cheke; Sir Thomas Smith; John Aylmer; Edmund Grindal; Matthew Parker (3 Vols.); John Whitgift (3 Vols.).
74081: STUART WORTLEY, VIOLET: - Life Without Theory. An Autobiography. With a foreword by Tahu Hole.
74080: STUART WORTLEY, VIOLET: - Magic in the Distance. A Chronicle of Five Generations. With a preface by Tahu Hole. With 17 illustrations. Signed copy.
74079: STUART-WORTLEY, VIOLET: - Grow Old Along With Me. Reminiscences. Signed copy.
70060: STUART, MORTON G. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XIII.
70059: STUART, MORTON G. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XII.
66382: STUART, MORTON G.(ED): - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. Vol.12.
73434: STUBBS, JOHN: - Donne. The Reformed Soul.
74072: STUBBS, JOHN: - Donne. The Reformed Soul.
78490: STUDLEY VIDAL, ROBERT: MOSHEIM, JOHN LAURENCE: - Commentaries on the Affairs of the Christians Before the Time of Constantine The Great; Or, An Enlarged View of the Ecclesiastical History of the First Three Centuries. Accompanied with Copious Notes and References. Translated from the Latin. In Two Volumes.
50207: STURM - - Reflections on the Wisdom, Power, and Goodness of God. Selected from Sturm's Reflections.
77169: STURTON, IAN; - Conway's Battleships The Definitive Visual Reference to the World’s All-Big-Gun Ships. Revised and Expanded Edition.
77084: (SULLIVAN, EDMUND, J.) CARLYLE, T: - Sartor Resartus. The Life & Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh.
77582: SULLIVAN, SIR EDWARD: - The Book of Kells. Described by sir Edward Sullivan, Bart. And Illustrated with Twenty-Four Plates in Colours.
77714: SUMMER-SMITH, J.D.: - The House Sparrow (19) (The New Naturalist Monograph / Special Volume 19).
52664: SUMMERHAYES, V.S. - Wild Orchids Of Britain, with a key to the species
77766: (19) SUMMERHAYES, V.S.: - Wild Orchids of Britain. With a key to the species. (The New Naturalist 19). With 61 photographs in colour by Robert Atkinson and others. 39 photographs in black and white 19 text figures and 43 distribution maps.
75349: SUMNER, CAPTAIN P. H.; - Marine Aircraft Elementary Naval Architecture
70347: SUMNER, HEYWOOD: - Cuckoo Hill. The Book of Gorley.
61404: SUMNER, HEYWOOD: - Cuckoo Hill. The Book of Gorley.
75885: SUNDERS, E. DALE; - Mudra A Study of Symbolic Gestures In Japanese Buddhist Sculpture. Bollingen Series LVIII.
52623: SUNTER, N & WOODWARD, P - Romano-British Industries in Purbeck - Excavation at Norden, Ower and Rope Lake Hole - All three sites in the parish of Corfe Castle, Dorset.
55626: SURRY, NIGEL; THOMAS, JAMES H.: - Portsmouth Record Series - Book of Original Entries, 1731-1751.
75411: SUTHERLAND, R. Q.; WILSON R. L.; - The Book of Colt Firearms
75034: SUTHERLAND, DOUGLAS; - Tried and Valiant. The Story of The Border Regiment. 1702 - 1959.
70253: SUTHERLAND, C.H.V.: - English Coinage 600-1900.
61807: SUTTON, DENYS: - French Drawings of the Eighteenth Century.
71971: SUTTON, ANNA: - A Story of Sidmouth and the villages of Salcombe Regis, Branscombe, Sidbury and Sidford. Second edition, revised.
78197: SWAINSON, WILLIAM: - The Natural History of The Birds of Western Africa. Vol. I. Illustrated by 34 Coloured Plates, Numerous Wood Cuts and a Portrait of Bruce. The Memoir by Andrew Crichton. The Naturalist's Library, Ornithology, Vol. VII (7).
78440: SWAN, ANNIE S.: - Maitland of Laurieston.
74469: SWAN, JOESEPH; LEIGHTON, JOHN M.; WILSON, PROFESSOR; - Swan’s Views of The Lakes of Scotland. TWO VOLUMES. A Series of Views, from paintings taken expressly for the Work; With Historical and Descriptive Illustrations and Remarks on the Scenery of the Highlands by Professor Wilson. Second Edition.
75269: SWANBOROUGH, F. G; - United States Military Aircraft Since 1909. Historical Research by P. M. BOWERS.
68980: SWANZY, REV.HENRY BIDDAL: - Some Account of The Family of Hassard. With a List of Descendants in England and Ireland. The early history of the Family in England being extracted from the late Rev.Henry Short’s “History of the Hassards”.
68979: SWANZY, REV.HENRY BIDDAL / GREEN, THOMAS GEORGE HENNIS: - The Family of Green of Youghal, Co.Cork. Being an attempt to trace the descendants of Simon Green, Merchant.
75634: SWAYSLAND, W: - Familiar Wild Birds. Illustrated by A.Thorburn and others.
73088: SWIFT, DEANE: - An Essay upon the Life, Writings, and Character, of Dr.Jonathan Swift. Interspersed with some occasional Animadversions upon the Remarks of a late critical Author, and upon the Observations of an anonymous Writer on those Remarks. To which is added That Sketch of Dr.Swift’s Life, written by the Doctor himself, which was lately presented by the Author of this Essay to the University of Dublin.
61362: SWIFT, W.: - Attractive original engraving of “Supports and Armature of Plants”.
78080: SWIFT, JONATHAN: - Gulliver's Travels. With 48 colour plates by Harry G. Theaker.
76586: SWINBURNE-HANHAM, MR. J. C.; - The Dorset Year Book 1916-17. Who’s A-fear’d? The Society of Dorset Men in London.
77804: SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES: - Poems and Ballads. Second Series.
77746: SWINNERTON, H. H.: - Fossils. The New Naturalist 42. With one colour plate by Maurice Wilson. 133 b&w photographs and 21 text figures.
72987: SWINNERTON, FRANK: - Arnold Bennett. A Last Word.
55924: SWINNERTON, FRANK: - Nor All Thy Tears.
57726: SWOSSIL-LISSOW, INGRID / AVRAMIDIS, ANNEMARIE: - Hommage Skulpturen. Briefe An Ludwig Wittgenstein.
74396: SYDENHAM, JOHN: - The History of the Town and County of Poole collected and arranged from ancient records and other authentic documents, and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. Limited Facsimile Reprint
74074: SYDENHAM, THOMAE: - Methodus Curandi Febres Propriis Observationibus Superstructura. The Latin text of the 1666 and 1668 editions with English translation from R.G.Latham (1848). Introduction, notes and index by G.G.Meynell.
72410: SYDENHAM, JOHN: - The History of the Town and County of Poole collected and arranged from ancient records and other authentic documents, and deduced from the earliest period to the present time;
59103: SYMONDS, JOHN: - Zelide. Signed limited edition.
75956: SYMONDS, HENRY; FRY, E. A.; - A Calendar of Dorset Deeds Presented to The Field Club in 1909 by Mr E. A. Fry.
70058: SYMONDS, HENRY (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXV.
70057: SYMONDS, HENRY (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXXIV.
56309: SYMONDS, R.W: - The Present State of Old English Furniture.
76024: SYNGE, M. B.: - A Book of Discovery. The History of the World's Exploration. From the earliest Times to the Finding of the South Pole. Fully illustrated from Authentic Sources and with maps.
72853: TAGORE, RABINDRANATH: - The Crescent Moon. Translated from the original Bengali by the Author. With eight illustrations in colour.
71902: TAIT, JAMES (ED): - Wilson’s Tales of the Borders. Selected and edited with biographical notes of the contributors by James Tait.
74303: TALBOT, FREDERICK A. - Railway Wonders of the World Illustrated with colour plates and photographs. Two Volumes.
54902: TALBOT, GODFREY: - Ten Seconds From Now. A Broadcaster’s Story.
77144: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Black Sea" Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Ottoman Empire, Moldova, Russia. Illustrations of Sebastopol, Varna, Odessa, Sinope, Silistria and Constantinople drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77146: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Spain and Portugal." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Spanish, Portuguese, Catalonia, Andalusia, Valencia, Majorca and Minorca. Illustrations of Lisbon, Gibraltar, Belem Castle, Madrid and Bull Fighting drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77147: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Baltic Sea." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Baltic Sea, Prussia, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Russia. Illustrations of Kronstadt, St. Petersburg, Helsingfors & Revel drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77145: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "Turkey in Europe." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. Ottoman Empire, Moldova, Russia. Illustrations of The Bosphorus and Constantinople, Ali Pasha, and Greek Caloyer drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
77933: TALLIS/ RAPKIN; - "British India." Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map. British India, Arabian Sea, Bay of Bengal, Thibet, Dheli, Hydrabad. Illustrations of Lahore, Cootub Minar, Dehli, Indian Procession and Beloochee’s drawn & engraved by H. Wrinkles. Map drawn & engraved by J. Rapkin.
76815: TANNAHILL, REAY: - Food in History
76287: TATE, W. E.; - The Parish Chest. A Study of the Records of Parochial Administration in England. 3rd edition.
55542: TAVERNER, ERIC: - Trout Fishing From All Angles. A Complete Guide to modern Methods. A chapter on Trout Scales, by G. H. Nall, & The Legal Aspect of Fishing by A. Bacon. Lonsdale Library. Volume II.
72648: TAWNEY, R.H.: - Equality. Revised and cheaper edition. Halley Stewart Lecture 1929.
77065: TAYLOR, REV. JAMES: - The Family History of England. Civil, Military, Social, Commercial, & Religious. From the earliest Period to the Present Time.
67489: TAYLOR, GORDON RATTRAY: - The Doomsday Book.
78244: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R.: MONDEY, DAVID: - Spies in the Sky.
76053: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R. (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1962-63. Fifty-Third Year.
76054: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R. (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1963-64. Fifty-Fourth Year.
76058: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R. (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1967-68. Fifty-Eighth Year.
74929: TAYLOR, J. E.; - Nature’s Byepaths. A Series of Recreative Papers in Natural History.
58482: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - London Lifelines. Signed copy.
58483: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - Wish You Were Here. Signed copy.
76056: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R. (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1964-65. Fifty-fifth Year.
75657: TAYLOR, ANDREW; - The World of Gerard Mercator. The Mapmaker who revolutionised Geography.
72813: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - The Gifts of the Tarns. Illustrated by Mairi Hedderwick. Signed copy.
72658: TAYLOR, GRIFFITH: - Australia. A Study in Warm Environments and their effect on British Settlement. With 4 half tone plates, 142 text illustrations, and endpaper map. Second edition, revised.
77843: TAYLOR, J. E. R.; CAVE, WILLIAM; - Antiquitates Christianae: Or The History of the Life and Death of the Holy Jesus: As Also the Lives, Acts and Martyrdoms of His Apostles. In Two Parts. The Seventh Edition.
71369: TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER: - Dorset. The Making of the English Landscape.
70877: TAYLOR, G.S. (ED): - The Book of the Knight of La Tour Landry. Edited by G.S.Taylor, with an introduction by D.B.Wyndham Lewis. Limited edition.
66893: TAYLOR, GERALD: - Continental Gold & Silver. A Connoiseur Monograph.
76106: TAYLOR, JOHN (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1969-70.
69075: TAYLOUR, LORD WILLIAM: - The Mycenaeans. Revised edition. With 151 illustrations.
61254: TEALE, EDWIN WAY: - Autumn Journey.
58685: TEICHMANN, EMIL / TEICHMANN, OSKAR(ED): - A Journey to Alaska in the year 1868: being a diary of the late Emil Teichmann. Edited and with an introduction by his son Oskar.
68700: TEMPERLEY, HOWARD: - British Anti Slavery. 1833-1870.
67977: TEMPLE, A.G.: - Painting in the Queen’s Reign. Being a glance at some of the Painters and Paintings of the British School during the last sixty years. With reproductions in collotype of seventy-seven paintings.
71127: TEMPLEMAN, A.C. / ABBOTT, L.: - Dorchester Town Map (Added by Amendment No.3) 1960. County of Dorset Development Plan. Town and Country Planning Act 1947. Written Analysis and Written Statement.
62394: TENNENT, R.J.: - A Purbeck Parish. Church Knowle through the Ages.
77356: (TENNIEL, JOHN); CARROLL, LEWIS: - Through The Looking-Glass. And What Alice Found There. With fifty illustrations by John Tenniel.
75294: TENNYSON, A. L.; - The Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poet Laureat. Illustrated with Photographs.
77644: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - Poems of Tennyson. Includes; "The Princess", "In Memoriam", "Maud", "Idylls of the King", "Enoch Arden", etc. With an introduction by T.Herbert Warren. Oxford Edition.
72220: TERRAINE, JOHN: - White Heat. The New Warfare 1914-1918.
77658: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - Complete Works, In Thirteen Volumes. Includes ‘Life of Thackeray’ by Melville.
75223: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - The History of Pendennis. His Fortunes and Misfortunes His Friends and His Greatest Enemy. Edited with and Introduction by George Saintbury. With 182 illustrations. Two Volumes in One.
78110: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. In Twenty-Six Volumes. (26). With Illustrations by The Author.
74699: THACKERAY, W.M.; DOYLE, RICHARD; PENDENNIS, ARTHUR; - The Newcomes. Memoirs of a most respectable Family. Edited by Arthur Pendennis, Esq.
74698: THACKERAY, W.M.: - The Virginians. A Tale of the Last Century. In Two Volumes.
76002: THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY - The Christian Wreath of Prose, Poetry, and Art. Second Edition
77070: THE BOOKMAN PORTFOLIO; SPY; - A. A. Milne. Original colour Portrait print. Fromt “The Bookman Portfolio, Christmas, 1927.”
75452: THE SPORTING LIFE; - British Hunts and Huntsmen. In Four Volumes. Containing a short history of each fox and stag hunt in the British Isles, together with biographical records of masters past and present, and some members of each hunt. Also an introductory chapter on mediaeval hunting, and articles concerning the stag, the fox, the hound, and the horse, and all subjects allied thereto. Profusely Illustrated with Engravings and Half-Tone Illustrations.
75193: THE GRAPHIC; - The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper, Saturday May 19th to November 24, 1900. With Extra Supplement “The War in South Africa.” And “Lysbeth, A Tale of The Dutch”, By H. Rider Haggard.
78410: THE SEALED KNOT: - The Civil War 350th Anniversary 1642-51. English Civil War Stamp/ Cover Collection.
58868: THE MARQUESS OF QUEENSBERRY: - Oscar Wilde and the Black Douglas. In collaboration with Percy Colson. Foreword by H.Montgomery Hyde. Signed copy.
62048: THE RT. HON. LORD HORDER (ED): - The British Encyclopaedia of Medical Practice. Including Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and other Special Subjects. Medical Progress. 18 volumes 1955 to 1973.
75990: THE COOKERY AND FOOD ASSOCIATION - Centenary Banquet & Ball 1885 - 1995
78361: THEODORE FRANCIS POWYS - ORIGINAL LETTER from Theodore F. Powys to Mrs Cliff.
76169: THESIGER, WILFRED; MORTON, CHRISTOPHER; GROVER, PHILLIP (EDS.); - Wilfred Thesiger in Africa. Published to Accompany “Wilfred Thesiger in Africa: A Centenary Exhibition,” Pitt Rivers Museum.
76168: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Among the Mountains. My Kenya Days. SIGNED.
76167: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Among the Mountains. Travels Through Asia. SIGNED.
76165: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Visions of A Nomad. SIGNED by the Author.
76164: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Crossing the Sands.
76162: THESIGER, WILFRED: - The Life of My Choice. SIGNED COPY.
76161: THESIGER, WILFRED: - The Danakil Diary. Journeys Through Abyssinia, 1930-34. SIGNED.
75093: THETFORD, OWEN; - British Naval Aircraft 1912-58.
75091: THETFORD, OWEN; - Aircraft of the Royal air Force 1918-57.
78409: THOMAS, KEITH: - Religion and the Decline of Magic. Studies in Popular Beliefs in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England. Introduced by Hilary Mantel. In Two Volumes. Cased.
78346: THOMAS, H. H.: ESSENHIGH CORKE, H.: - The Book of Hardy Flowers. A Simple and complete descriptive guide to the cultivation in gardens of the trees and shrubs... Beautifully Illustrated with 32 direct Colour photographs and 64 Half-Tone plates.
78018: THOMAS, EDWARD; - The Woodland Life.
75140: THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM BEACH; - The County Books. Hertfordshire.
42737: THOMAS, JO / ENSOM, PAUL: - Bibliography and Index of Dorset Geology.
74035: THOMAS, DAVID (ED): - Pick of Punch.
76614: THOMAS, HUGH; - The Spanish Civil War. With a foreword by Michael Alpert. Two volumes in Slipcase.
77618: THOMAS, T.; - A History of the Reign of Solomon King of Judaea. In Continuation of “A View of the Origin, Progress, and Diversity of Heathen Worship,” and “Of Homer’s Attachment to Its Rites.”
73626: THOMAS, EMORY M.: - Robert E.Lee. A Biography.
76758: THOMAS, LOWELL; - Sir Hubert Wilkins, His World of Adventure. An Autobiography recounted by Lowell Thomas.
71698: THOMAS, SIR MILES: - Out on a Wing. An Autobiography.
70238: THOMAS, NICHOLAS: - Guide to Prehistoric England.
59318: THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM BEACH: - Hertfordshire. The County Books.
77996: (THOMPSON) VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT. A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: SIR HENRY THOMPSON. “Cremation”. 1.8. 1874. (Doctors / Surgeons)
78341: THOMPSON, C. W. (CAPTAIN 7TH. DRAGOON GUARDS): - Records of the Dorset Yeomanry ("Queen's Own").
78157: THOMPSON, W. H.: - I Was Churchill's Shadow. SIGNED COPY.
74023: THOMPSON, JANE DEE: - The Great St.Bernard Pass and Hospice and the Life of Saint Bernard de Menthon. Signed copy.
78207: THOMPSON, C.W: - Records of the Dorset Yeomanry (Queen's Own). 1914-1919.
75084: THOMSON, HUGH; DICK, C. H.; - Highways and Byways in Galloway and Carrick. (Pocket edition).
48913: THOMSON / SPIELMANN, M.H. / JERROLD, W: - Hugh Thomson.. His Art. His Letters. His Humour and His Charm.
72428: THOMSON, RICHARD: - An Historical Essay on the Magna Charta of King John: To which are added, the Great Charter in Latin and English; The charters of liberties and confirmations, granted by Henry III and Edward I; The Original Charter of the Forests; and various authentic instruments connected with them: Explanatory Notes on their several Priviledges; A descriptive account of the principal originals and editions extant, both in print and manuscript; and other illustrations derived from the most interesting and authentic sources.
73052: THOMSON, ALEXIS / MILES, ALEXANDER: - Manual of Surgery. Six volumes. Seventh edition: Vol I, General Surgery; Vol II, Extremities, Head, Neck; Vol III, Thorax and Abdomen. Third Edition: Two Volumes, Operative Surgery. Second edition: Vol III, Operative Surgery.
70952: THOMSON, A.A.: - The Breezy Coast. (Berwick to John O’Groats).
78230: THORBURN, A.: - British Birds. With Eighty Plates in Colour, Showing Over Four Hundred Species. In Four Volumes. Second Edition.
78225: THORBURN, A.: - British Mammals. With 50 Plates in Colour and Pen and Ink Sketches in the Text. In Two Volumes. (Bound in 1.)
71332: THORNTON, RON: - The River Tyne. From Sea to Source. Foreword by Robson Green.
64718: THURSTAN, VIOLETTA: - A Short History of Ancient Decorative Textiles.
63764: TICEHURST, N.F.: - The Mute Swan in England. Its History and the Ancient Custom of Swan-Keeping.
63265: TILLESLEY, RICHARD: - Animadversions upon M.Seldens History of Tythes. Animadversions upon M.Seldens History of Tythes, and his Review Thereof: Before which (in lieu of the two first Chapters purposely pretermitted) is premised a Catalogue of 72 Authors, before the year 1215. Maintaining the Ius Diuinium of Tythes, or more, to be payd to the Priesthood under the Gospell. The second Edition newly corrected and much augmented, together with an Answer to an unprinted Pamphlet divulged against the former.
76761: TILMAN, H. W.; - Mischief Goes South
51986: TIM MICKLEBURGH - FRANCIS FRITH'S PIERS
75174: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE; - In The Forbidden Land. An Account of a Journey in Tibet, Capture by the Tibetan Authorities, Imprisonment, Torture and Ultimate Release. In Two Volumes. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75233: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); BURTON, CAPTAIN SIR RICHARD F.; - First Footsteps in East Africa. Or, An Exploration of Harar. Memorial Edition. 2 Volumes Complete. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75175: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); BOCK, CARL; - The Head-Hunters of Borneo: A Narrative of Travel Up the Mahakkam and Down the Barito ,also Journeyings in Sumatra. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75173: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); SELOUS, FREDERICK COURTENEY; - Travel and Adventure in South-East Africa. Being a narrative of the last eleven years spent by the author on the Zambesi and its tributaries; with an account of the solonisation of Mashunland and the progress of the Gold Industry in that country. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75172: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); CHAILLU, PAUL B. DU; - Explorations & Adventures in Equatorial Africa. With accounts of the manners and customs of the people and of the chace of the Gorilla, Crocodile, Leopard, Elephant, Hippopotamus, and Other Animals. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75170: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); BARRINGTON, GEORGE; - An Account of A Voyage to New South Wales. To which is prefixed a Detail of His Life, Trials, Speeches &c. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75166: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); PEARY, ROBERT E.; - The North Pole. With an Introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75026: TIMMS, I. A.; - Chronological Historical and Heraldic Charts of the Royal House of England. From King Egbert to the Present Time.
74030: TINNISWOOD, ADRIAN: - His Invention so Fertile a Life of Sir Christopher Wren.
77171: TIPLER, JOHN; - Formula 1 Decades An Illustrated History of Grand Prix Champions 1950-1996.
77528: TISSANDIER, GASTON: - Popular Scientific Recreations. A Storehouse of Instruction and Amusement: In which the Marvels of Natural Philosphy, Chemistry, Geology, Astronomy, etc. are explained and illustrated. Mainly by Means of pleasing Experiments and attractive Pastimes. New and Enlarged Edition. With Nearly 900 Engravings.
76575: TISSOT, V.; AMERO. C; - Le Pole Nord et Le Pole Sud. Ouvrage Illustre de 93 Gravures.
78019: TOD, W. M.; KEMP-WELCH, L.; - Farming. Pictorial Cover By Arthur Rackham. With Illustrations by Lucy Kemp-Welsh. The Haddon Hall Library. Edited by the Marquess of Granby and Mr. George A. B. Dewar.
69102: TODD, MALCOLM: - The Northern Barbarians. 100 BC-AD 300.
76364: TODD, REV. HENRY J.; - Illustrations of The Lives and Writings of Gower and Chaucer. Collected From Authentick Documents.
70035: TODD, MALCOLM: - The Coritani. Peoples of Roman Britain.
60504: TOLLEMACHE, HON. LIONEL A.: - Old and Odd Memories. Signed and dedicated. Second Impression.
49299: TOLPUDDLE - - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834 - 1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years' transportation for forming a Trade Union.
62209: TOLSTOY, NIKOLAI: - The Tolstoys. Twenty-Four generations of Russian History. 1353-1983.
75643: TOLSTOY, LEO; - The Collected Stories. Three Volumes in Slipcase. Translated by A & L. Maude, Illustrated by Roman Pisarev.
58472: TOLSTOY, SERGEI: - Tolstoy Remembered. By His Son.
74008: TOMALIN, CLAIRE: - Jane Austen. A Life.
68113: TOMALIN, CLAIRE: - Jane Austen. A Life. Signed copy.
75867: TOMKINS; PICOT; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved View of Bryanston House, nr Dorchester. “Bryanston, The Seat of Henry William Portman Esq.”
67484: TOMLIN, E.W.F.: - Philosophers of East and West. The Quest for the Meaning of Existence in Eastern and Western Thought. Foreword by Kathleen Raine.
77681: TOMS, MIKE; - Owls. (The New Naturalist 125.)
73026: TOMS, ELSIE: - The Story of St.Albans. With photographs, drawings and maps. Signed copy.
58381: TOUKAN, CAPTAIN S.: - The Hashemite Kingdom of the Jordan.
77185: TOUT, KEN; - To Hell With Tanks!
74354: TOWN AND COUNTY DIRECTORIES LTD. - Dumfries Kirkcudbright and Wigtown Trades’ Directory 1940-41 With a County Supplement containing County Councillors, County Residents and Farmers, Accompanied with a Gazeteer of Scotland. Forty-Second Edition.
55597: TOWNDROW, K.ROMNEY: - The Works of Alfred Stevens Sculptor, Painter, Designer in the Tate Gallery With an Introduction and Descriptive Catalogue of Classified Works by Kenneth Romney Towndrow and a Foreword by John Rothenstein, Director and keeper.
74136: TOWNSEND, SUE: - Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years. Line drawings by Caroline Holden.
74135: TOWNSEND, SUE: - The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole. Line drawings by Caroline Holden.
74124: TOWNSEND, HILARY: - Blackmore Vale Childhood. Home Remembered. Signed copy.
77866: TOWNSON, THOMAS; - Discourses on the Four Gospels, Chiefly with regard to the peculiar design of each, and the order and places in which they were written. To which is added an Inquiry Concerning the Hours of St. John, of the Romans, and of some other Nations of Antiquity. The Second Edition, Corrected.
78496: TOYNBEE DOCTOR MARGARET: YOUNG, BRIGADIER PETER: - Cropedy Bridge 1644 The Campaign and the Battle.
73376: TOYNBEE, PHILIP: - End of a Journey. An autobiographical Journal 1979-1981. Edited by John Bullimore.
73191: TOYNBEE, PHILIP: - Tea with Mrs Goodman.
76552: TRACEY, HERBERT; - Souvenir of the Trades Union Congress. Weymouth 1934. Dorsetshire Labourers Centenary 1934.
71911: TRAIL, KATHERINE E.: - The Story of Old Aberdeen.
76249: TRASKEY, J. P: - Milton Abbey. A Dorset Monastery in the Middle Ages. SIGNED.
66386: TRAVERS, BEN: - Rookery Nook.
57486: TREASE, GEOFFREY: - The Iron Tsar.
74823: TREE, HERBERT BEERBOHM; VARIOUS; - Souvenir of the Charing Cross Hospital Bazaar. Held at the Royal Albert Hall, June 21 & 22, 1899.
66999: TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULAY: - The Middle Marches. With illustrations by Robert Bertram.
70271: TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULAY: - Garibaldi’s Defence of the Roman Republic. With seven maps and numerous illustrations. New edition.
78257: TREVES, FREDERICK; - Highways and Byways in Dorset. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell.
73875: TREWIN, J.C. (ED): - West Country Book No.1. Contributors include: Ivor Brown, Sean O’Casey, Eden Phillpotts, et al. Introduction by Waveney Girvan. Line Illustrations by R.M.Lander.
57288: TRINDER, BARRIE: - The Industrial Revolution in Shropshire.
66538: TROLLOPE, ANTHONY: - The Struggles of Brown, Jones and Robinson. By one of the firm. Introduced by Juliet McMaster. Illustrations by Llewellyn Thomas.
74935: TROLLOPE, ANTHONY; - The Barsetshire Chronicles. & Others. 14 Volumes In Slipcases.
53874: TROLLOPE, JOANNA: - The Best of Friends. Signed First Edition.
76423: TROLLOPE, FRANCES ELEANOR; TROLLOPE, THOMAS ADOLPHUS: - Italy. From The Alps to Mount Etna. Illustrated with Upwards of One Hundred Full-Page and Three Hundred Smaller Engravings.
55862: TROLLOPE, JOANNA: - Next Of Kin. Signed first edition.
58485: TROUNCER, MARGARET: - The Lady of My Delight. Signed copy.
58486: TROUNCER, MARGARET: - Charles de Foucauld. Signed copy.
65871: TUCKER, A.: LIBRARY, ESPLANADE. - Views of Weymouth.
78233: TUNNICLIFFE, CHARLES / ROGERSON, SIDNEY: - Both Sides of the Road. A Book about Farming. Illustrated by Charles Tunnicliffe. Publisher’s Proof Copy.
78228: TUNNICLIFFE, C. F.: - My Country Book. Signed Copy.
78226: TUNNICLIFFE, C.: ROGERSON S: - Our Bird Book.
78219: TUNNICLIFFE, C. F.: - Mereside Chronicle With A Short Interlude of Lochs and Lochans.
50910: (TUNNICLIFFE) NIALL,I: - Portrait of a Country Artist. Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. 1901 - 1979.
78220: TUNNICLIFFE, C. F.: - Shorelands Summer Diary.
78218: TUNNICLIFFE, CHARLES / ROGERSON, SIDNEY: - Both Sides of the Road. A Book about Farming. Illustrated by Charles Tunnicliffe.
78227: TUNNNICLIFFE, C. F.: - Bird Portraiture. “How To Do It” Series No. 35.
73337: TUNNNICLIFFE, C.F./ BATES, H.E.: - O More Than Happy Countryman. Illustrated by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
68931: (TUNNNICLIFFE) NIALL, IAN: - Portrait of a Country Artist. Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. 1901-1979.
57146: TURBERVILLE, A.S.: - English Men and Manners in the Eighteenth Century. An Illustrated Narrative.
76977: TURGENEV, IVAN: - Virgin Soil A Novel. Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. In Two Volumes. The Novels of Ivan Turgenev Volumes VI & VII.
55242: TURNER, JAMES: - Stone Peninsula: Scenes from the Cornish Landscape.
77188: TURNILL, R.; REED, A: - Farnborough The Story of RAE.
77772: (10) TURRILL, W.B: - British Plant Life (The New Naturalist No. 10 ).
55730: TUTE, WARREN: - The Tarnham Connection. A Novel.
78456: TWAIN, MARK: - A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur. With 220 Illustrations by Dan Beard.
74989: TWAIN, MARK; - The Prince and the Pauper. A Tale for Young People of All Ages. With One Hundred and Ninety Illustrations.
77032: TWAIN, MARK; - The Stolen White Elephant, etc. (Samuel L. Clemens.)
50640: TWAIN, MARK: - Extracts from Adam's Diary. Translated from the Original MS. Ill.by F. Strothmann.
77033: TWAIN, MARK: - Life on the Mississippi. With Over 300 Illustrations.
69958: TWAIN, MARK: - A Treasury of Mark Twain. Introduction by Roy Blount Jr. Illustrated by Rod Waters.
76626: TWAIN, MARK: - Collected Stories. Three Volumes in Slipcase. Introduced by Robert McCrum. Illustrated by Roger Fereday.
78117: TWAIN, MARK: - Collected Stories. Three Volumes in Slipcase. Introduced by Robert McCrum. Illustrated by Roger Fereday.
69500: TWYMAN, MICHAEL: - Early Lithographed Books. a study of the design and production of improper books in the age of the hand press. With a catalogue.
73978: TYLER, ANNE: - Ladder of Years. A Novel.
67231: TYNAN, KATHLEEN: - The Life of Kenneth Tynan.
77516: TYNDALE, WALTER / HOLLAND, CLIVE: - Wessex. Painted by Walter Tyndale, Described by Charles Holland.
61440: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Near Maiden Castle Dorchester. From the book, Wessex.
61443: TYNDALE, WALTER: - The Gateway at Cerne Abbas. From the book, Wessex.
74665: TYNDALE, WALTER / HOLLAND, CLIVE: - Wessex. Painted by Walter Tyndale, Described by Charles Holland.
73772: TYNDALE, WALTER / HOLLAND, CLIVE: - Wessex. Painted by Walter Tyndale, Described by Charles Holland.
61438: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Glastonbury Steeple from the Abbey Gardens. From the book, Wessex.
61442: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Melbury Park. From the book, Wessex.
73750: UGLOW, JENNY: - A Gambling Man. Charles II and the Restoration.
49918: UHLAND, LUDWIG: - Gedichte von Ludwig Uhland.
75281: UNKNOWN; - The Old York Road. And its Early Associations of History and Biography. 1670-1870.
76087: UNKNOWN; - Original Hand Coloured Engraving of Top Of Town, High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. View from Top O’ Town Roundabout (near Hardy’s Statue and The Keep) Looking down the Main High Street with Grey’s Bridge in the distance.
69511: UPCOTT, WILLIAM: - English Topography. A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works Relating to English Topography.
66373: UPHAM, J.W.: - Upway (sic) Church near Weymouth. Aquatint.
66374: UPHAM, J.W.: - Upway (sic) Church near Weymouth. Aquatint.
66375: UPHAM, J.W.: - Upway (sic) Church near Weymouth. Aquatint.
66377: UPHAM, J.W.: - Ruins of the Old Church and Rufus, or Bow and Arrow, Castle, Portland. J.Bluck fecit.
77468: URWICK, REV. W: - Indian Pictures. Drawn With Pen and Pencil.
77233: USICK, PATRICIA; - Adventures in Egypt and Nubia The Travels of William John Bankes (1786-1855)
59407: VACHON, MARIUS: - Detaille.
78415: VALLINGS, J. F.: - A Double Siege: A Story of Corfe Castle and the Southern Shore. With Illustrations.
76326: VAN RAALTE, FLORENCE & CHARLES: - Brownsea Island.
75823: VAN DEN KEERE : - AN ORIGINAL Miniature ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE ( Dorset ). So called “Mini Speed”.
64297: VAN DER HOOP, DR.A.THOMASSEN A THUESSINK / KROM, N.J. / KERN, R.A. (ET AL): - Geschiedenis van Nederlandsch Indie. 5 volumes. Dutch language.
74217: VAN RAALTE, FLORENCE & CHARLES: - Brownsea Island.
68332: VAN DER POST, LAURENS: - Flamingo Feather. A Story of Africa.
64482: VAN DER POST, LAURENS: - Feather Fall. An Anthology. Edited by Jean-Marc Pottiez. Signed copy.
61560: VAN DEN KEERE, PIETER: - Atlas of the British Isles. Introduction by Helen Wallis.
77417: VAN DEN KEERE : - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE ( Dorset ). So called “Mini Speed”.
77938: VAN DEN KEERE : - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE ( Dorset ). So called “Mini Speed”.
68453: VANA, ZDENEK: - The World of the Ancient Slavs. Photographs by Pavel Vacha. Illustrations by Pavel Major.
77143: (VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT); SPY; C.B.; - “Belvoir.” Sir Gilbert Greenall.
77142: (VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT); SPY; C.H.; - “Raby Castle,” Lord Barnard.
77141: (VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT); SPY; - Lord Robert Cecil, K.C., M.P. “So valuable an advocate should become a successful Parliamentarian.”
55278: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by VA: MR WALTER WINANS. “The Record Revolver Shot”. 17/8/1893. (Sports)
55287: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: H.G.PELISSIER. (Theatre)
55288: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: SIR JOHN WHITAKER ELLIS BART. LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. “The Lord Mayor”. 4/11/1882. (Politicians)
55289: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: BARON ADOLPH WILHELM DEICHMANN. “Four-in-Hand”. 14/5/1903. (Carriages)
55286: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by QUIZ: THE RT. HON. SIR H.C LOPES. “An Old Fashioned Judge”. 25/3/1893. (Legal)
55281: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: MR.STEEL. “the leviathan”. 27/10/1877. (Wagerers)
55276: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: SIR HENRY BARGRAVE FINNELLEY DEANE. “Bargrave”. 4/8/1898. (Legal)
55274: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: HENRY THOMAS FOLEY, 5th Baron Foley “a liberal peer”. 2/12/1882. (Politics)
55273: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: MR HERBERT BULKELEY MACKWORTH PRAED MP. “the philanthropist”. 18/7/1874. (Politics)
55272: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: PRINCE EMANUELE FILIBERTO OF SAVOY, 2ND DUKE OF AOSTA. 12/11/1902. (Royalty)
55271: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: MR.WILLIAM DUDLEY WARD, “C.U.B.C.”. 29/3/1900. (Rowing)
55269: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: CAPTAIN EDGEWORTH JONSTONE, “Hard Hitter”. 9/7/1896. (Boxing)
55268: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: SIGNOR PIETRO MASCAGNI, “Cavalleria Rusticana.”. 24/8/1893. (Music)
55264: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by BEERBOHM, MAX: “Four Feathers”. (A.E.W.Mason M.P.) 10/6/1908. (Author)
57778: VANSITTART, JANE: - Lifelines. The Stacey Letters. 1836-1858.
56972: VARD, KENNETH: - Liners in Art.
77455: VARIOUS; - The Children's Picture Gallery. With Illustrations by Harry Rowntree, Louis Wain, and many others.
76430: VARIOUS; - The Months Illustrated. By Pen & Pencil. With designs by Noel Humphreys, John Gilbert, Barnes, Wimperis, North, Lee, Suman and other eminent artists.
62315: VARIOUS: - Who’s Afear’d of Family History. A guide to sources for family history in Dorset Record Office.
78135: VARIOUS; MOSS, H.; SOUTHERN, R.W.; - The Story of the Middle Ages. The Birth...; The Crucible...; The Making...; The High...; The Waning...; Five Volumes in Slipcase.
74757: VARIOUS; HARDY, THOMAS; - Appleton’s Journal of Literature, Science and Art. Volume Fourteenth, From No. 328 to 353 inclusive. July 3 to December 25, 1875. Contains Thomas Hardy’s The Fire at Tranter Sweatley’s.
74512: VARIOUS; ABRAHAMS, WILLIAM; - American, English & Russian Short Stories Introduced by William Abrahams, Illustrated by Paul Gulla. Three (3) Volumes.
64163: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834 - 1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years' transportation for forming a Trade Union.
74428: VARIOUS,; PERSONNEL OF CAMBRIDGE ICELAND EXPEDITIONS; - Iceland Papers. Volume 1. Scientific Results of Cambridge Expeditions to Iceland, 1932-38.
61806: VARIOUS: - Painting of the Month. 1963.
62205: VARIOUS: - L’Illustration. Journal Universel. Hebdomadaire. French language.
67326: VARIOUS: - Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Volume 137 (2007).
61794: VARIOUS: - Painting of the Month. 1964.
76863: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834-1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation for forming a Trade Union.
73921: VARIOUS: - The Dorset Year Book. 1923. 19th year of issue.
73917: VARIOUS: - The Dorset Year Book. 1916-17. The Society of Dorset Men in London.
73920: VARIOUS: - The Dorset Year Book. 1921.
76068: VARIOUS; LYTTON, MACAULAY &C.; - The Girl's Own Annual. Vol.8. (Oct. 1886 - Sept. 1887)
78449: VARIOUS; - The Patriot Martyr. And Other Narratives of Female Heroism in Peace and War. Jeanne Darc &c.
73252: VARIOUS: - Herefordshire its natural history, archaeology, and history. Chapters written to celebrate the Centenary of the Woolhope Naturalists’ Field Club founded in 1851.
73144: VARIOUS: - The Royal River. The Thames, From Source to Sea. Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial.
62314: VARIOUS: - Kingston Lacy. Dorset. The National Trust.
73010: VARIOUS: - Aurora Borealis Academica. Aberdeen University Appreciations 1860-1889.
72376: VARIOUS: - England’s Helicon. Reprinted from the Edition of 1600 with additional Poems from the Edition of 1614. Limited edition.
62308: VARIOUS: - Kingston Lacy. Dorset. The National Trust.
71606: VARIOUS. - The Flying Annual. Thrilling Stories of the Air.
76683: VARIOUS: - The Dorset Year Book. 1929. 25th year of issue.
62384: VARIOUS: - The Sphere. George the Fifth Accession Number. May 21 1910. An illustrated newspaper for the Home.
67411: VARIOUS: - The Game of Golf. The Lonsdale Library volume IX. Stroke Play, by Joyce and Roger Wethered; Match and Medal Play, Practice, Middle-Aged Golf, Watching for Profit & Famous Courses, by Bernard Darwin; History & Literature, by Horace Hutchinson; Golf Architecture & Green-keeping, by T.C.Simpson. With one hundred illustrations.
69220: VARIOUS - The Sketch June 30th 1897 No 231 Vol XVIII With Supplement; Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria
69178: VARIOUS: - Costume. Number 10 1976. The Journal of the Costume Society.
68674: VARIOUS: - Paper Making. A General Account of its History, Processes, and Applications. Prepared under the Direction of the Education Committeeof the Technical Section of the British Paper and Board Makers’ Association (Incorporated).
62385: VARIOUS: - Country Life. February 6th 1937.
55596: VARIOUS. - Drawing and Design.
60965: VARIOUS: - Account of the Meeting of the Descendants of Colonel Thomas White, of Maryland, Held at Sophia’s Dairy, on the Bush River, Maryland, June 7, 1877. Including Papers read on that Occasion, together with Others then referred to and since Prepared.
66321: VARIOUS: - The New Pleasing Instructor; or, Entertaining Moralist. A collection of essays, narratives, allegories and instructive compositions selected from the most eminent authors.
76156: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834-1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation for forming a Trade Union.
65636: VARIOUS: - Centre and Circumference Essays in English Romanticism.
76718: VARIOUS; - Belgravia, An Illustrated London Magazine. Vol. XLII. July to October 1880.
77243: VAUGHAN, RICHARD; - The Arctic A History
64216: VEDRES, NICOLE: - Un Siecle D’Elegance Francaise. Preface de Leon-Paul Fargue, texte de Nicole Vedres. French Language.
75599: VERLET, PIERRE; - French Furniture and Interior Decoration of the 18th Century.
49051: VERNE, JULES: - The Moon-Voyage, containing: “From the Earth to the Moon”, and “Round the Moon”. Illustrated by Henry Austin.
76136: VERNE, JULES: WAIN, LOUIS; - THE BOY'S OWN ANNUAL. Vol. 11. October 6th 1888 - September 21st 1889.
78067: VERNE, JULES; - Vingt Mille Lieues Sous Les Mers. (Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea.) Les Voyages extraordinaires. Illustré de 111 dessings par De Neuville et Riou. Gravés par Hildibrand. Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie française. (The extraordinary travels. Illustrated of 111 designs by De Neuville and Riou. Engraved by Hildibrand. A work crowned by the French Academy.)
49384: VERNEDE, R.E. / CUNEO, CYRUS (ILLS.): - The Fair Dominion. A Record of Canadian Impressions.
77060: VERNER, COLONEL WILLOUGHBY; WHITE, LIEUTENANT MAURICE; - The Rifle Brigade Chronicle for 1904. (Fifteenth Year.)
78062: VERNER, COLONEL WILLOUGHBY; COCKBURN, COLONEL G.; BERNARD, CAPTAIN R.; - The Rifle Brigade Chronicle for 1911. (Twenty-Second Year.)
63561: VERNEY, PETER: - The Battle of Blenheim.
67562: VERNON, MARJORIE: - Brief Enchantment.
58763: VERNON, DICK (ED): - “Strafer” Gott. A Tribute to Lieutenant-General William Henry Ewart (‘Strafer’) Gott CB CBE DSO & Bar MC. Commanding Officer 1st Bn The King’s Royal Rifle Corps 1939...Killed while flying to Cairo to take command of the Eighth Army 7th August 1942.
75680: VERNOR; HOOD; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Colchester. ... to Accompany the Beauties of England and Wales.
78015: VESEY-FITZGERALD, BRIAN (ED): - The Book of the Horse.
75550: VIC-WELLS; - The Work of Lilian Baylis. Edited by Harcourt Williams. Photographs by Angus McBean.
60720: (VICTOR HUGO / ALEXANDRE DUMAS): - Musee des Familles. Lectures du Soir. 8me volume.
48839: VICTORIA / WINTLE, W.J.: - The Story of Victoria, R.I. Wife, Mother, Queen. “Splendid Lives Series”.
74691: VIDALIN, ADELAIDE; - La Cuisiniere Bourgeoise. Suivie de la Patisserie et de l’Office. a l’usage de tous ceux qui se melent de depense de maisons... Nouvelle Edition. Soigneusement revue, corrigee et augmentee de quelgues nouveaux apprets.
70593: VIGAR, PENELOPE: - The Novels of Thomas Hardy. Illusion and Reality.
51268: VILLE-HARDOUIN, GEOFFROI DE - Conquête de Constantinople. avec la continuation de Henti de Valenciennes. Texte original, accompagné d'une traduction. Natalis de WAILLY.
74813: VILLIERS, ALAN; - Cruise of the Conrad. A Journal of a Voyage Round The World, Undertaken and Carried Out in The Ship 'Joseph Conrad, ' 212 Tons, in The Years 1934, 1935 and 1936 by Way of Good Hope, the East Indies, the South Seas and Cape Horn.
70953: VINCE, CHARLES: - The Street of Faces: Glimpses of Town. With Eight Drawings by J.D.M.Harvey.
75618: VINCENT, J. E.; - Highways and Byways in Berkshire. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs.
49220: VINCENT, ERIC W. / HINTON, PERCIVAL: - The University of Birmingham: Its History and Significance.
67140: VINCENT, RENE: - La Maman du Jeune Permissionnaire (the mother of the young soldier on leave). Comme il y a longtemps qui je n'avais goute le plaisir de me voir si belle. (It’s a long time since I had the pleasure of seeing myself look so beautiful).
67333: VINCENT, JOHN (ED): - A Selection from the Diaries of Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby (1826-93) Between September 1869 and March 1878. Camden Fifth Series, volume 4.
67404: VINE, P.A.L.: - London’s Lost Route to Basingstoke. The Story of the Basingstoke Canal.
73287: VINE, P.A.L.: - London’s Lost Route to the Sea. An historical account of the inland navigations which linked the Thames to the English Channel. With 66 plates, 26 line figures, 16 maps.
50754: VINOGRADOFF, PAUL: - English Society in the Eleventh Century, Essays in English Medieval History.
50638: VOLPE, T.M. / CATHERS, B.: - Treasures of the American Arts and Crafts Movement 1890-1920. Text by Alastair Duncan Introduction by Leslie Bowman.
74651: VOLTAIRE, M. DE; - Histoire de L’Empire de Russie. Sous Pierre-Le-Grand. Nouvelle Edition, Soigneusement corrigee, et collationee sur les meilleures impressions.
74592: VOLTAIRE; - Histoire de Charles XII, Roi de Suede. Edition Stereotype, D’apres le procede de Firmin Didot.
42934: VON BOEHN, MAX: - Das Empire. Die Zeit, das Leben, der Stil.
66912: VON SOLODKOFF, ALEXANDER: - Russian Gold and Silver. English Translation by Christopher Holme.
76894: VRBA, E. S.; DENTON, G. H.; PARTRIDGE, T. C.; BURCKLE, L. H.; (EDITORS) - Paleoclimate and Evolution, with Emphasis on Human Origins.
77583: VYNER, ROBERT T.; BLEW, WILLIAM C. A.; BRADLEY, CUTHBERT; - Notitia Venatica, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting Embracing the General Management of Hounds. A New Edition Revised, Corrected and Enlarged by William C. A. Blew. Revised and Brought down to date by Cuthbert Bradley. With Twelve Illustrations by Henry Alken and Others Coloured By Hand. In Two Volumes.
75948: W. MATE & SONS; - Dorsetshire Illustrated. Mate’s Illustrated Guides. A complete handbook to the County of Dorset, its History and Antiquities.
77786: W.H. KOELBEL; TREVOR; FORREST A. S.; - South America. Painted & Described.
54202: WACHER, JOHN: - Coming of Rome.
72509: WADDELL, HELEN: - Songs of the Wandering Scholars. Edited and with a preface by Dame Felicitas Corrigan. Wood engravings by Joan Freeman.
78144: WADE, J. H.; - Rambles in Dorset. With twenty-two illustrations and an endpaper map.
66825: WADE, FRANK B.: - A Text Book of Precious Stones. For Jewelers and the Gem-Loving Public. Illustrated.
78294: WAFER, LIONEL: JOYCE, L. E. ELLIOTT: - A New Voyage & Description of the Isthmus of America. With Wafer’s Secret Report (1698) and Davis’s Expedition to the Gold Mines (1704). Hakluyt Society. Second Series No. LXXIII.
74631: WAGNER, ERNST; - Sammtliche Schriften. Ausgabe Letzter Hand beforgt von Freidrich Wosengeil. Sechster Hand.
73986: WAGNER, SIR ANTHONY: - Heralds and Ancestors.
75719: (WAIN) - Merry Times with Louis Wain. Stories in Prose & Verse by Dorothy Black, Grace C.Floyd, Norman Gale, and others.
76532: WAIN, LOUIS: - Louis Wain’s Annual 1913.
73605: WAIN, JOHN: - Samuel Johnson.
67193: WAIN, JOHN: - 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.
47160: WAINWRIGHT, G.J: - Mount Pleasant,Dorset: Excavations 1970-1971. Incorporating an account of excavations undertaken at Woodhenge in 1970.
75041: WAKE, HENRY T.; - All The Monumental Inscriptions in the Graveyards of Brigham and Bridekirk. Near Cockermouth, In the County of Cumberland, From 1666 to 1876.
75039: WAKE, HENRY T.; - All The Monumental Inscriptions in the Graveyards of Brigham and Bridekirk. Near Cockermouth, In the County of Cumberland, From 1666 to 1876.
75390: WALFORD, EDWARD; - Chapters from Family Chests. Two Volumes.
75334: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Rutlandshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75335: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Northamptonshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75338: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Isle of Man. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75363: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cumberland. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75370: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Suffolk. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75313: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cornwall. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
77265: WALKER, J. & C.; - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF Devonshire. From “State of Railways.”
75368: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cheshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75367: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Somersetshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75366: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Devonshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75364: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Northumberland. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75342: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Lincolnshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75341: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Gloucestershire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75340: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Leicestershire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75339: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Guernsey & its dependent Isles. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75337: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Surrey. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75336: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Nottinghamshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75332: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Bedfordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75331: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Monmouthshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75329: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Westmorland. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75328: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Staffordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75327: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Oxfordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75325: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Jersey. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75324: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Herefordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75323: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Huntingdonshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75321: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Derbyshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75318: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Essex. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75317: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Durham. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75315: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Buckinghamshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75314: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cambridgeshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
72342: WALKER, CHARLES: - Wonders of the Ancient World.
77267: WALKER, J. & C.; - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF Devon. Prepared for “Hobson’s Fox-Hunting Atlas.”
77266: WALKER, J. & C.; - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF Cornwall. Prepared for “Hobson’s Fox-Hunting Atlas.”
72214: WALKER, J.: - Portland. Engraved view of Portland with Rufus castle in background. Published June 15 1796 by J.Walker 16 Rosomans Street London.
71904: WALKER, RALPH S. (ED): - James Beattie’s London Diary 1773. Edited, with an Introduction, by Ralph S.Walker. Aberdeen University Studies No.122.
70922: WALKER, GEORGE: - Aberdeen Awa’. Sketches of its Men, Manners, and Customs as delineated in Brown’s Book-Stall, 1892-4. Revised and largely extended, with Portraits and Illustrations.
77426: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Nottinghamshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….” Engraved by J. C. Walker.
78333: WALLACE, EDGAR: - Sanders of the River.
78477: WALLACE, ALFRED RUSSEL: - The World of Life. A Manifestation of Creative Power, Directive Mind and Ultimate Purpose. Second edition.
45474: WALLACE, EDGAR: - Again the Ringer.
78479: WALLACE, ALFRED RUSSELL: - The Malay Archipelago. The Land Of The Orang-Utan, And The Bird Of Paradise. A Narrative of Travel with Studies Of Man and Nature.
78480: WALLACE, ALFRED RUSSELL: - Natural Selection and Tropical Nature. Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical Biology. New Edition with Corrections and Additions.
73030: WALLAS, GRAHAM: - Human Nature in Politics. An Introduction to the Study of Psychology in Politics.
53681: WALLENBERG, HERAUSGEGEBEN VON HANS: - Berlin, Kochstrasse.
78001: WALLIS, J. P. R.; - The Northern Goldfields, Diaries of Thomas Baines. Governtment Archives of Southern Rhodesia. Oppenheimer Series Number Three. In Three Volumes. 1869-1872.
75412: WALLIS, STEVE; - Dorchester Century Fascinating Glimpses of Old and New Dorchester.
70173: WALLIS, STEVE: - Dorchester. A History and Celebration of the Town. Produced by the Francis Frith Collection.
69768: WALLIS, J.P.R.(ED): - The Matabele Mission. A selection from the correspondence of John and Emily Moffat, David Livingstone and others. 1858-1878.
78065: WALLIS, J. P. R.; LIVINGSTONE, D.; - The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone 1858-1863. Two Volumes. Journals, Letters and Dispatches. Central African Archives, Oppenheimer Series, Number Nine.
68755: WALMSLEY, LEO: - Sally Lunn.
75863: WALPOLE, HORACE; - The Castle of Otranto. A Gothic Story. With A Memoir of the Author.
77849: WALPOLE, HORACE; - Letters to the Countess of Ossory. In Three Volumes.
78199: WALPOLE-BOND, J. A.: - Bird Life in Wild Wales Illustrated with Photographs by Oliver G. Pike.
49606: WALSH, DR. J.H. (STONEHENGE): - The Horse, in the Stable and the Field: His varieties, management in health and disease, anatomy, physiology etc.; etc.
78046: WALTER, RICHARD; - Anson's Voyage Round The World. In The Years 1740, 1741, 1742, 1743, 1744.
77194: WALTHER, HERBERT - Divisionen der Waffen-SS im Einsatz. German Language.
77226: WALTON, D.W.H.: - Antarctic Science. With introduction by Sir Vivian Fuchs.
75601: WALTON, RONALD G.; - The History of the Nottingham Chamber of Commerce. 1860-1960.
76764: WALTON, KEVIN E. W.; - Two Years in the Antarctic.
71417: WALTON, IZAAK: - The Compleat Angler, or The Contemplative Man's Recreation, Being a Discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of most Anglers. Illustrated by ARTHUR RACKHAM. Introduction by Henry Williamson.
78045: WALTON, AMY; - Thistle and Rose. A Story of for Girls. With Four Illustrations by R. Barnes.
78044: WALTON, AMY; - Black, White and Gray. A Story of Three Homes. With Four Illustrations by Robert Barnes.
48743: WAR DOCUMENTS - Schweizer Kriegsdokumente. Eine Auswahl aus den Jahren 1656 - 1831.
73543: WARD, ARTHUR WALBURGH: - Shrewsbury: A Rich Heritage. Limited edition.
52621: WARD, CYNTHIA - Iron Age and Roman Piddington The Roman Ceramic and Stone Building Materials 1979-1998. Fascicule 4
52509: WARD, A.C - Illustrated History of English Literature Volume One. Chaucer to Shakespeare.
75831: WARD, CATHERINE G.; - The Rose of Claremont, Or, Daughter, Wife and Mother. Two Volumes.
74965: WARD, SADIE; - The Countryside Remembered. Foreword by Gordon Beningfield.
74545: WARD, LESLIE: - Forty Years of "Spy".
75954: WARD LOCKS'S - Guide to Bournemouth, Poole and District With Descriptions of the Principal Motor and Steamer Excursions.
69977: WARD, SADIE: - The Countryside Remembered. Foreword by Gordon Beningfield.
62189: WARD, A.C.: - English Literature. Chaucer to Bernard Shaw.
70368: WARDMAN, ALAN: - Religion and Statecraft among the Romans.
59078: WARNE, CHARLES: - Dorsetshire: Its Vestiges, Celtic, Roman, Saxon, and Danish. The Whole carefully classified, and the finest examples of each pointed out. Also adapted as AN INDEX to the ILLUSTRATED MAP, on which the several sites are indicated from the personal researches and investigations of C.Warne.
75962: WARNER, GEORGE TOWNSEND; - Harrow in Prose and Verse With 25 Plates in Colour reproduced from Sketches by Arthur Garratt, and from Portraits in the Vaughan Library and in the National Portrait Gallery. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION.
76451: WARNER, OLIVER; - Chatto & Windus. A Brief Account of the Firm’s Origin, History and Development.
78347: WARNER, P. F.: - The Boy's Own Book of Outdoor Games and Pastimes. And Other Authors. Fully Illustrated.
73855: WARNER, SYLVIA TOWNSEND: - Scenes of Childhood and other stories.
73091: WARNER, SYLVIA TOWNSEND: - Boxwood. Twenty-one Engravings by Reynolds Stone Illustrated in Verse by Sylvia Townsend Warner.
72381: WARNER, SYLVIA TOWNSEND: - Elinor Barley. With illustrations in dry point by J.R.Hodgkins. Limited edition.
61344: WARREN, H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Leeds. Engraved by J.Stephenson.
61334: WARREN, H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Chester.
72916: WARREN, C.HENRY: - Happy Countryman. Illustrated by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
61345: WARREN, H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Preston. Engraved by J.Stephenson.
76995: WARREN, C. HENRY; - The County Books. Essex.
75704: WATKINS, B. W.; - The Parish Church of St. Mary, Melcombe Regis, Weymouth. Historical Guide.
77999: WATSON, WILLIAM (ED): - The Gardener's Assistant. Six volumes. Preface by Prof. F. W. Keeble.
75648: WATSON, GILBERT; - “Skipper” By the Author of ‘The Voice of the South,’ ‘Three Rolling Stones of Japan,’ etc.
75273: WATSON, ALFRED E. T.; - The Young Sportsman.
74539: WATSON, A.E. (ED.); & VARIOUS; - The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Vol. XXXIV (34). January to December 1912. Plus January to February 1913.
70375: WATSON, G.R.: - The Roman Soldier. Aspects of Greek and Roman Life. General editor: H.H.Scullard.
77619: WATSON, E. W.: - Ashmore. Co. Dorset. A History of the Parish. With Index to the Registers 1651 to 1820. (Of The Society of St. Andrew, Salisbury.)
69783: WATSON, ROWLAND: - A Scrapbook of Inns.
68485: WATSON, DACRE: - Red Sea Caravan. The Aden Airways Story.
76402: (107). WATSON, ADAM / MOSS, ROBERT: - Grouse. (The New Naturalist 107). The Natural History of British and Irish Species.
77672: (107). WATSON, ADAM / MOSS, ROBERT: - Grouse. (The New Naturalist 107). The Natural History of British and Irish Species.
75848: WATT, WILLIAM W. - Shilling Shockers of The Gothic School. A Study of Chapbook Gothic Romances.
75435: WAUGH, EVELYN: - Scott-King's Modern Europe.
77027: WAUGH, EVELYN: - A Little Learning. The First Volume of an Autobiography by Evelyn Waugh.
75436: WAUGH, EVELYN: - Unconditional Surrender. The Conclusion of "Men at Arms" and "Officers and Gentlemen".

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