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F233-1081: ---. - Philip's Red Books Dartmoor and South Devon Coast: Leisure and Tourist Map (L.
F233-1087: ---. - Ordnance Survey Gloucester & Forest of Dean Sheet 162, 1:50 0000 First Series.
F233-1072: ---. - Les Landes Cycloguide: IGNCYCLOG.40 by
F233-1046: ---. - Ireland North Holiday Map by
F233-1015: ---. - Ireland Reference Map (Philip's Wall Maps) by
F213-1085: ---. - Bloc feuil je n'aime pas ecrire px cess by
F209-1061: ---. - Crete by
F209-1008: ---. - Adapting the United Nations to a Post-Modern Era: Lessons Learned (Global Iss.
F200-1068: ---. - Contemporary Mainstream Religion: Studies from Humberside and Lincolnshire by.
F200-1008: ---. - Stevenage in Old Photographs by
F195-1111: ---. - What is it to be Human?: New Perspectives in Philosophy (Avebury Series in Ph.
F194-1072: ---. - Bulgaria in a Time of Change: Economic and Political Dimensions b.
F191-1079: ---. - Gender and Candidate Communication: VideoStyle, WebStyle, NewStyle: The Gende.
F190-1076: ---. - Readers in History: Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Contexts o.
F187-1173: DAS, R.K. - Optimal Investment Planning: Reappraisal of Mahalanobis-Fel'dman Strategy
F183-1018: ---. - Practical Data Security (UNICOM Applied Information Technology) b.
F145-1442: E.L.E.B. - Gold Dust : A Collection Of Golden Counsels For The Sanctification Of Daily Life : Second Part
F145-1304: F.H. - The Riches Of Grace: Being A Narrative Of The Conversion Of F. H., And Of The Lord's Gracious Dealings With Him. With A Preface By The Author Of The Lord's Work In The Villages J. G.
218356: ---. - Exposition of Christian Doctrine.
F145-1181: J.E. & H.S. [SELECTED BY] - Glad Highway
F145-1008: M. J. - Historical Tales
F141-1200: ---. - Contemporary Mainstream Religion: Studies from Humberside and Lincolnshire by.
F140-1176: ---. - Essays on Logic and Language: v. 1: First Series/Second Series (Modern Reviva.
F139-1691: ---. - Challenging Citizenship: Group Membership and Cultural Identity in a Global A.
F136-1204: F.M.C. [SELECTED BY] - Brilliants : Selected From the Writings of Dwight L Moody
F136-1216: W.L.D [WILLIAM LEESON DICKINSON] - Lives of the Saints or Notes Ecclesiological and Historical on the Holy Days of the English Church
F136-1011: E.J.T. [E J THOMAS] - Time Of The End But The End Not Yet : Some Explanation Of The Prophecy Of Matthew XXIV
B244-1016: ---. - Green for Danger 2003: The Official Anthology of the Crime Writers' Associati.
B242-1037: ---. - Coffee Break Crosswords by
B241-1197: ---. - Wellness Box Various
B241-1137: ---. - Last Call for the Dining Car: The Telegraph Book of Great Railway Journeys (D.
B241-1041: ---. - Ron Atkinson: Big Ron Bites Back (1999)
B211-1025: ---. - Beaumont's Up and Under: Trivial Delights from the World of Rugby Union (Arca.
B208-1014: ---. - Crap Towns Bogof Pack by
B204-1220: ---. - South Africa's Defence and Security into the 21st Century (Research Institute.
B204-1156: L. - Approaches to Development Studies: Essays in Honour of Athole Mackintosh
B204-1168: ---. - Computational Geometry: Lectures at the Morningside Center of Mathematics: 34.
B204-1073: ---. - Social Policy in Slovenia: Between Tradition and Innovation (Studies in the S.
B204-1032: ---. - Reorganizing Eastern Europe: European Institutions and the Refashioning of Eu.
B203-1154: M. - The Free Trade Area of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
B203-1082: ---. - Violent Conflicts in Indonesia: Analysis, Representation, Resolution (Routled.
B203-1063: ---. - Violent Conflicts in Indonesia: Analysis, Representation, Resolution (Routled.
B202-1188: ---. - Genomics: commercial opportunities from a scientific revolution b.
B202-1141: ---. - Values and the Social Order: Voluntary Versus Coercive Orders v. 3 (Avebury S.
B200-1016: . - Law and Society (International Library of Essays in Law and Legal Theory)
B199-1104: ---. - Ethnic and Religious Conflicts: Europe and Asia (Research Institute for the S.
B199-1025: ---. - European Literature from Romanticism to Postmodernism: A Reader b.
B198-1049: J. - Turkey and the European Union: Internal Dynamics and External Challenges
B197-1048: ---. - The United States and Europe: Policy Imperatives in a Globalizing World (Glob.
B193-1099: ---. - Economic Analysis in Historical Perspective (Modern revivals in economics) by.
B191-1074: . - Advancement in Organizational Behaviour: Essays in Honour of Derek S.Pugh
B188-1144: ---. - New Representationalisms: Essays in the Philosophy of Perception (Avebury Ser.
A297-1140: C.O.P.E.C. [CHRISTIAN POLITICS ECONOMICS CITIZENSHIP] - Social Function of the Church Volume XI
A198-1301: ---. - LEGO Star Wars The Visual Dictionary.
A198-1302: ---. - LEGO Harry Potter Building the Magical World.
A187-1088: ---. - German Dictionary of Biology Vol 2: (English-German) Vol 2: 002 (Routledge Bi.
A185-1064: ---. - Revisiting Narnia: Fantasy, Myth and Religion in C. S. Lewis' Chronicles (S.
A183-1103: ---. - GCSE English Higher: Revision Guide + Exam Practice Workbook (Collins KS3 Rev.
A182-1086: ---. - The New Voices of Islam: Reforming Politics and Modernity - A Reader (Library.
A173-1149: ---. - Climbers and Clematis by
A171-1210: ---. - Common Worlds and Single Lives: Constituting Knowledge in Pacific Societies (.
A143-1113: Z. Z.[LOUIS ZANGWILL] - Cleo the Magnificent or the Muse of the Real
232969: W.R.C. - The Ripon Episode.
233134: ---. - Copper; Its Ores, Mining and Extraction
232547: ---. - Agricultural Statistics.
232538: ---. - Agricultural Education Exhibition, Bristol, 1913.
232518: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
232510: ---. - Agricultural Education Exhibition, Doncaster, 1912.
232490: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
232472: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
232455: ---. - The Weather during The Agricultural Year, 1901-1902.
232454: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
232446: ---. - The Identity of Human and Bovine Tuberculosis.
233135: ---. - Introduction to Copper
232422: ---. - General Custer. Sitting Bull, Oglala Sioux, Battle of the the Little Big Horn, 1876. A souvenir coin. 1 Troy Ounce, .999 Fine American Silver.
232423: ---. - General Custer. Sitting Bull, Oglala Sioux, Custer Battlefield Monument. Silver Artbar featuring scenic America. 1 Troy Ounce, .999 Fine American Silver.
232420: ---. - General Custer. Dakota Territory Centennial (1861-1961), Bismarck, North Dakota. A collection of nine identical souvenir coins.
232421: ---. - General Custer. Dakota Territory Centennial (1861-1961), Bismarck, North Dakota. A souvenir coin.
232407: ---. - Masonic Seal in Wax. With inscription, Dick from Tom, 25/9/07.
232410: ---. - King's Heath Rugby Football Club, Season 1930-31. Fixtures list and membership card.
232414: ---. - Star Trek, The Original Series. 30th Anniversary Postage Stamps. Issued by Saint Vincent & the Grenadines. A complete sheet of nine stamps celebrating the 30th anniversary of the classic series.
231978: ---. - [Blue Book Report]. East India Corporal Punishment and Mortality in Jails. Extracts from and Copies of Correspondence on the subject of Corporal Punishment and Mortality in Indian Jails. C 3316.
231938: [TRIAL]. - LIBELLOUS BOOKS 1633-1663. An intriguing selection of State Trials & Reports, featuring the (in)famous Trial of William Prynn for publishing and writing Histriomastix in 1633 and the Trial of John Twyn and others in 1663.
231939: [TRIAL]. - DUELLING, 1615-1631. An entertaining pair of State Trials & Reports, featuring two Duelling Trials of 1615 and 1631 in the Star Chamber and the Court of Chivalry.
231945: ---. - The War Papers. A unique weekly series of reprinted newspapers that tell the story of World War II. 59 issues, covering the war from 1939 to early 1945.
231911: [TRIAL]. - MURDER OF SARAH STOUT. The Case of Spencer Cowper, Esq; John Marson, Ellis Stephens, and William Rogers, Gentlemen. 1699.
231912: [TRIAL]. - ATTACK ON DISSENTERS. An Account of what passed most remarkable in the Sessions of Parliament, 1709, in the House of Commons, relating to the Case of Dr. Henry Sacheverell.
231913: [TRIAL]. - 1729 JAILS COMMITTEE. A Report from the Committee of the House of Commons appointed to enquire into the State of the Gaols of this kingdom, so far as relates to the cruel Usage of the Prisoners; which occasioned the following Trials. Proceedings against John Huggin, Warden of the Fleet [for the Murder of Edward Arne], Thomas Bambridge, Warden of the Fleet [for the Murder of Robert Castell, & for Felony], Richard Corbet, one of the Tipstaffs of the Fleet [an Appeal for the Murder of Robert Castell], and William Acton, Deputy-Keeper & Head Turnkey of the Marshalsea Prison [for the Murder of Thomas Bliss, the Murder of John Bromfield, the Murder of Robert Newton, & the Murder of James Thompson] & Minutes... touching a Charge against Sir Robert Eyre... for personally visiting Thomas Bambridge... whilst he was a Prisoner in Newgate, under a Commitment of the House of Commons, etc, etc. 1728-30.
231916: [TRIAL]. - TRANSPORTED TO CONNECTICUT, AMERICA. The Trial of Elizabeth Canning, Spinster, for Wilful and Corrupt Perjury, at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, held By Adjournment? 1754. [The Case of Ashley and Simons the Jew].
231917: [TRIAL]. - LEEWARD ISLANDS MURDER. The Trial of John Barbot, Attorney at Law, for the Murder of Matthew Mills, Esq. at a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Gaol-Delivery, held at the Town of Basseterre, in and for the Island of St. Christopher, on Friday the 5th Day of January, 1753, before the Honourable William Matthew Burt, Esq. President of his Majesty's Council of the said Island, and others, his Majesty's Justices of Gaol-Delivery. Published by Permission of the Judges.
231918: [TRIAL]. - BLACK ACT TRIAL. The Trial of William Barnard, at the Sessions House in the Old Bailey on Wednesday the 10th, and Thursday the 11th of May, 1758 on the Black Act; for sending a Letter in the fictitious Name to Charles, Duke of Marlborough, demanding a genteel Support for Life.
231920: [TRIAL]. - DIVORCE OF ROBERT DEVEREUX. The Case of Robert, Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard. 1613.
231922: [TRIAL]. - THE NONJURING SCHISM. The Proceedings against the Three Nonjuring Clergymen, Mr. Collier, Mr. Cook, and Mr. Snatt, for publickly absolving Sir William Perkins and Sir John Friend at Tyburn, April 3, 1696.
231923: [TRIAL]. - FORGERY. The Trial of William Hales, for forging a Promissory Note for 6400 l. in the Name of Thomas Gibson, Esq. and Partners, and for publishing the same as a true one, knowing it to be false and counterfeit, at the Session of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, for the City of London, held at the Old Bailey, on Monday, the 9th Day of December, 1728, before Mr Justice Page, and Mr Baron Carter.
231924: [TRIAL]. - CINQUE PORTS. Henry Moore, Plaintiff, against The Mayor, Jurats, and Community of the Town and Port of Hastings, in the County of Sussex, Defendants. Tuesday, July the 20th, 1736.
231925: [TRIAL]. - BOOKSELLER LIBEL. The Trial of William Owen, Bookseller, for Printing and Publishing a Libel, intituled, The Case of Alexander Murray, Esq. on an Information tried at Guildhall, London, Monday, July 6, 1752, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Lee.
231926: [TRIAL]. - THE LEVANT COMPANY. The Case of Impositions, on an Information in the Exchequer by the Attorney General against Mr John Bates, Merchant. 1604.
231927: [TRIAL]. - CALVIN'S CASE, JUS SOLI. The Case of the Postnati, or of the Union of the Realm of Scotland with England. 1608.
231928: [TRIAL]. - LADY ARABELLA STUART. Proceedings against Mary, Countess of Shrewsbury, before a select Council, for a Contempt in refusing to answer fully before the Privy Council, or to subscribe her Examination. 1614.
231931: [TRIAL]. - BIGAMY. The Trial of Elizabeth Duchess Dowager of Kingston, for Bigamy, before the Right Hon. The House of Peers, in Westminster Hall, in full Parliament assembled, 15th, 16th, 19th, 20th, and 22nd Days of April, 1776.
231891: [TRIAL]. - PORTEOUS RIOT. Proceedings in the Trial of Captain John Porteous, for Murder. Published by Order of the House of Commons. 1725.
231892: [TRIAL]. - FRATRICIDE MURDER. The Trials of Samuel Goodere, Esq., Matthew Mahony, and Charles White, for the Murder of Sir John Dineley Goodere, Bt. (Brother to the said Samuel Goodere) on Board his Majesty's Ship the Ruby. Begun on Tuesday the 17th March 1740. Published with the Approbation of Mr. Recorder.
231894: [TRIAL]. - CHARLES THE FIRST, PARLIAMENTARY CRISIS. Proceedings on the Habeas Corpus, brought by Sir Thomas Darnel, Sir John Corbet, Sir Walter Earl, Sir John Heveningham, & Sir Edmund Hampden, Nov 1627 ALONG WITH A Conference desired by the Lords, and had by a Committee of both Houses, concerning the Rights and Privileges of the Subjects. Sir Dudley Digges. 1628.
231898: [TRIAL]. - GLORIOUS REVOLUTION. The Trial of Sir Edward Hales, Bart. For neglecting to take the Oaths of Supremacy and Allegiance, with his Plea thereto, upon the King's dispensing with the Stat. 25 Car. II and the Opinion of the Judges thereupon, 1686.
231899: [TRIAL]. - GLORIOUS REVOLUTION - FLOWERPOT PLOT. The Proceedings against the Bishop of Rochester [Thomas Sprat] before the Lords of the Privy Council, 1692, in Relation to a Plot to Restore King James the Second. Written by the Bishop Himself.
231901: [TRIAL]. - AYLESBURY ELECTION CASE - FOUNDATION OF TORT LAW. Proceedings in the House of Commons, House of Peers, and in the Court of Queen's Bench, in the Great Case of Ashby and White, etc. 1703, 1704.
231904: [TRIAL]. - EL DORADO FAILURE. The bringing [of] Sir Walter Raleigh to Execution. 1618.
231905: [TRIAL]. - IRISH REBELLION 1641. The Argument of William Prynne of Lincoln's Inn, Esq., in the Case of the Lord Connor Magwire, Baron of Ineskellin in Ireland, (the chief Contriver of the late Irish Rebellion and Massacre of the Protestant English) against whom he was assigned Counsel by both Houses of Parliament. 1644.
231907: [TRIAL]. - BANISHMENT OF CLARENDON. The Earl of Clarendon's Vindication of Himself against the Articles of Treason exhibited against him in Parliament. Montpelier, July 24, 1668.
231861: [TRIAL]. - LEVELLERS & FREEBORN RIGHTS. The Trial of Lieutenant-Colonel John Lilburne, at the Guild Hall of London, for High Treason, the 24th, 25th, and 26th of October 1649. Along with The Examination of the Jury who try'd Lietenant-Colonel John Lilburne.
231864: [TRIAL]. - LORDS PROPRIETOR OF THE COLONY OF CAROLINA. Proceedings in Parliament against Edward Earl of Clarendon, Lord High Chancellor of England, for High Treason, and other High Crimes and Misdemeanours, July 10, 1663 and October, &c., 1667.
231868: [TRIAL]. - ARTHUR CAPELL, 1st EARL OF ESSEX. The Trial of Laurence Braddon and Hugh Speke at the King's Bench for a Misdemeanour, in suborning Witnesses to prove the Earl of Essex was murdered by his Keepers, February 7, 1683. ALONG WITH The Earl of Essex's Innocency and Honour vindicated; in a Letter to a Friend, by Laurence Braddon.
231869: [TRIAL]. - NOTTINGHAM RIOTS. The Trial of William Sacheverell, and Nineteen others, at the King's Bench, for a Riot committed at Nottingham, May 2 1684. ALONG WITH The Case of the Corporation of Nottingham, as it was stated by the late William Sacheverell, of Barton, Esq.
231874: [TRIAL]. - MONMOUTH REBELLION. The Trial of Henry Lord Delamere, for High Treason, 1685.
231875: [TRIAL]. - DECLARATION OF INDULGENCE. The Trial of the Seven Bishops. Dr William Sancroft... Dr. William Lloyd... Dr. Francis Turner... Dr. John Lake... Dr. Thomas Kenn... Dr. Thomas White... & Sir Jonathan Trelawny..., at the King's Bench, for Publishing a Libel, June 29, 1688.
231876: [TRIAL]. - NOTED CATHOLIC WRITER. The Trial of Roger Palmer, esq. Earl of Castlemaine, in the Kingdom of Ireland, at the King's Bench, for High Treason, AD 1680.
231877: [TRIAL]. - MURDER NOTED BY JOHN EVELYN. The Trial of Henry Harrison at the Old Bailey, for the Murder of Andrew Clenche, Doctor of Physic, April 6 1692 ALONG WITH The Trial of John Cole, at the Old Bailey, for the Murder of Andrew Clenche, Doctor of Physick, Sept 2 1692.
231882: [TRIAL]. - AMERICAN TRIAL. The Trial of Colonel Nicholas Bayard in the Province of New York, for High Treason, February the 19th, 1701.
231883: [TRIAL]. - WEST INDIES TRIAL. The Trial of Colonel Richard Kirkby, Captains John Constable, Cooper Wade, Samuel Vincent & Captain Christopher Fogg, at a Court-Martial in Jamaica, for Offences against the Articles of War, October 8, 9, 10, 12, 1702.
231884: [TRIAL]. - FORCED MARRIAGE. The Trials of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr, at the Queen's Bench for forceably taking away and Marrying Mrs Pleasant Rawlins, November 25, 1702.
231886: [TRIAL]. - SACHEVERELL RIOTS. The Trial of Henry Sacheverell DD, upon an Impeachment before the House of Lords for High Crimes and Misdemeanours, February 27, 1709.
231889: [TRIAL]. - COVENTRY ACT CONVICTION. The Trial of John Woodburne and Arundel Coke, Esq: at Suffolk Assizes for felony, in wilfully slitting the Nose of Edward Crispe, Gent. March 13, 1721.
231853: [TRIAL]. - GUNPOWDER PLOT. The Trials of Robert Winter, Thomas Winter, Guy Fawkes, John Grant, Ambrose Rookwood, Robert Keyes, Thomas Bates & Sir Everard Digby, at Westmister for High Treason, being Conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot, 27 January, 1605. TOGETHER WITH The Trial of Henry Garnet, Superior of the Jesuits in England, at the Guild Hall of London, for High Treason, being a Conspirator in the Gunpowder Plot, 28 March 1606.
231854: [TRIAL]. - THE MURDER OF SIR THOMAS OVERBURY. 8 trial reports. The Trial of Richard Weston at The Guild Hall of London , 19th October 1615; The Proceedings against Sir John Hollis, Sir John Wentworth, and Mr Lumsden, in the Star-Chamber, November 10, 1615; The Trial of Anne Turner, Widow, at the King?s Bench, 7th November 1615; The Trial of Sir James Elwes, Kt. Lieutenant of The Tower, at the Guild Hall of London, 16th November 1615; The Trial of Sir James Franklin, at the King's Bench, 27th November 1615; The Arraignment of Sir Thomas Monson, Kt. at the Guild Hall of London, 4th December 1615; The Trial of Lady Frances Countess of Somerset, 24th May 1616; The Trial of Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset, May 25, 1616;
231855: [TRIAL]. - MALE HOMOSEXUALITY. The Trial of Mervin Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven, for a Rape and Sodomy, on the 25th of April, 1631 ALONG WITH The Trial of Lawrence Fitz-Patrick and Giles Brodway, two Servants of the before-mentioned Lord Audley, for a Rape and Sodomy, the 27th of June 1631.
231857: [TRIAL]. - SHIP MONEY TAX. Proceedings in the Case of Ship Money between the King and John Hampden Esq, 1637.
231858: [TRIAL]. - ENGLISH CIVIL WAR. The Trial of Colonel Nathaniel Fiennes, before a Council of War at St Albans, for cowardly surrendering the City and Castle of Bristol, 14th December 1643.
231859: [TRIAL]. - ERASTIANISM & ARMINIANISM - DREAMER OF DREAMS AND AN OBSERVER OF VISIONS. The Trial of Dr William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, for High Treason, which began March 12, 1643. Wrote by himself during his Imprisonment in the Tower.
231763: ---. - Fifty Years ago.
231756: ---. - Military Morale in America.
231748: ---. - Sir Basil Liddell Hart.
231731: ---. - A Military Family at The Wars: The Lindsays of Downhill.
231709: ---. - Christmas, 1914.
231719: R.F.K.G. - Basil Liddell Hart, 1895-1970.
231655: ---. - The Debate on The New Defence Policy Statement in The House of Lords.
231644: ---. - The Defence White Paper of 1967.
231634: ---. - The Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve.
231553: ---. - Review of Events in The Arabian Penninsula (2 part article).
231541: ---. - Review of The Situation in The Far East (4 part article).
231542: ---. - Review of Events in The Middle East (2 part article).
231527: ---. - Review of Events in The Arabian Penninsula.
231486: ---. - Review of The Situation in The Far East (4 part article).
231487: ---. - Review of Events in The Middle East (2 part article).
231452: ---. - The Battle of Dettingen, 16 June, 1743.
231444: A.L. - Cavalry Drum Banners.
231371: S.A.H.B. - P.W.L. Adams, F.S.A, 1875-1952.
231376: H.V.T. - F.M. Duncalf, 1879-1953.
231358: H.V.T. - Alfred Huntbach, J.P, 1867-1950.
231328: ---. - A Visit to Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Barlaston.
231274: K. - The God of The Pierced Hands: An African story founded upon fact.
231272: ---. - Biblical Difficulties.
231186: ---. - The French Republic and its Monastic Foes.
231192: ---. - Breaker's Ahead.
231193: ---. - Penny in the Slot Blessings.
231196: ---. - The Infidel Propaganda.
231201: ---. - The New Mystery.
231177: ---. - The Month and John Henry Newman (4 part article).
231181: ---. - Ashore and Afloat.
231165: P., J.H. - History, Glorified or Degraded.
231167: G., L.I. - Of Lionel Johnson: 1867-1902.
231171: ---. - Deonominational Education. Some American testimonies.
231176: ---. - An outrage on the Memory of Cardinal Manning.
231157: ---. - The Bishop of Ripon on the Christian Church.
231150: ---. - Mr. Mallock's latest Gallopade.
231145: ---. - Prayer for the King.
231136: ---. - A New Argument for the French Associations Bill.
231138: ---. - The End Justifies the Means.
231139: P., J.H. - The Perils of Papal Biographers.
231126: ---. - Maria Gaetana Agnesi as a Mathematician.
231132: ---. - King Alfred the Idolater.
231120: ---. - Adoration and Worship.
231111: ---. - On the Evolution of Art (4 part article).
231113: ---. - A recent convent case.
231080: B., A.A. - A Glimpse of Good Society: From a corner of Salisbury Cathedral.
231081: ---. - The Imagination: its Nature, Uses, and Abuses.
231087: ---. - Wisdom and Ignorance.
231092: G., J. - Lourdes and M. Zola.
231096: ---. - Evolution and Design.
231059: ---. - In Memoriam: Father Albany James Christie.
231066: ---. - The Tercentenary of St. Aloysius.
231071: ---. - Chirognomy and Chiromancy.
231072: ---. - The Loss of our Boys.
231045: ---. - The Jesuit Missions in Bengal.
231046: ---. - Holy Places of Ireland.
231051: ---. - Dr. Windthorst.
231053: ---. - Dean Church and the Tractarian Movement.
231037: C., R.F. - The Early Life of Cardinal Newman.
231043: ---. - Two French Lives of Christ.
231013: ---. - Greater Britain and Greater Ireland.
231020: ---. - The Tercentenary of a True Reformer.
231005: ---. - An Englishman's Impressions of America: American Catholics and Public Schools.
231006: ---. - Father Curci and the Roman Congregations.
230999: ---. - The Ulster Way; North-West Section
230994: ---. - Old Map of Staffordshire, 1610.
230956: [STUART, SIR JAMES]. - A few Notes on Scotch Fir and Larch... an article on Preserving Larch Wood From The Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England.
226967: A.M.H.J. - Life on a Rubber Plantation.
226947: G.H.G. - Our Village (Notre Dame Des Ormeaux).
226935: ---. - Tight Places: An Elephant; A Lioness; and a Tigress (big-game shooting).
226905: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Edward Manley, of Uffculm, in the county of Devon, Clerk; for a Plough.
226906: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John Barton, of Argyle-street, in the Parish of St. James Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman; for a Lamp of a new Construction, acting upon the natural unerring Principle of the Difference of Gravity between two Fluids, which produces a constant Supply of Oil or other combustible Fluid to feed the Wick or Burner thereof, founting in a perpendicular Direction from a Reservoir beneath the Flame, having the quality of burning or consuming the Whole of the Oil or other combustible Fluid applied thereto.
226910: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to David Meade Randolph, late of Warwick-court, but now of Featherstone-buildings, Holborn, in the County of Middlesex, Merchant; for certain Improvements in the Construction of Wheel Carriages of every Description.
226911: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John Dumbell, of Mersey Mills, in the Parish of Warrington and County Palatine of Lancaster, Miller; for a Method or Methods of Flax-spinning, and of preparing or making a Species of Twist, Thread, Furniture, Cloth, Trills, or Attire, which he calls Telary Teguments, from Silk, Wool, Cotton, Flax, Hemp, or Tow, as well as from a very great variety of other Articles, in a combined or uncombined state; and for a Metho or Methods of re-fabricating or renovating the same, and of producing or reproducing from Tatters in general a new Body.
226912: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to James Barron, of Wells-street, in the County of Middlesex, Brass-founder; for Improvements in the Apparatus used for Rollers for window-blinds, Maps, and other similar Objects.
226913: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John Manton, of Dover-street, in the Parish of Saint George Hanover-square, and County of Middlesex, Gun-maker; for an improved Lock for Guns and Pistols.
226898: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Marc Isambard Brunel, of Portsea, in the County of Southampton, Gentleman; for an Invention of a new Mode of cutting Veneers or thin Boards of Machinery.
226899: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John White, the Younger, of Whitehall Wharf, in the Parish of St. Margaret, Westminster, Gentleman; for the Discovery of a certain Substance, which is capable of being converted into Statues, artificial Stone, Melting-pots, Bricks, Tiles, Baker's Pans, Chimney-pots, Garden-pots, and every Description of Pottery.
226900: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John Frederick Archbold, of Great Charlotte Street, in the County of Surrey, Gentleman; for a Method of converting Salt or Sea-water into Fresh-water, both on Land and on-board of Ship at Sea.
226901: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Randolph Tschif-Feli De Roche,for certain Improvements in the Processes of Brewing.
226883: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John Davenport, of Longport, in the Parish of Burslem, in the County of Stafford, Glass-maker; for a Method of ornamenting all kinds of Glass in Imitation of Engravings or Etching, by Means of which Borders, Cyphers, Coats of Arms, Drawings, and the most elaborate Designs may be executed in a Style of Elegance hitherto unknown, and which cannot possibly be equalled by the usual and customary Mode of Etching or Engraving as hitherto practised.
226889: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Augustus Frederick De Heine, of Burr Street , East Smithfield, in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman; for Improvements on Printing and Stamping Presses.
226890: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Charles Valentine, of the Parish of St. James, Clerkenwell, in the County of Middlesex, Japanner; for a new Mode of ornamenting and painting all Kinds of japanned and varnished Wares of Metal, Paper, or any other Composition, and various other Articles.
226891: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Joseph Manton, of Davies Street, Berkeley Square, London, Gun-maker; for improved Time-keepers.
226892: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Peter Warburton, of Colridge, in the County of Stafford, China-manufacturer; for a new Method of decorating China, Porcelain, Earthen-ware, and Glass, with native, pure, or adulterated Gold, Silver, Platina, or other Metals, or fluxed or lowered with Lead, or any other Substance; which Invention or new Method leaves the Metals after being burned in their Metallic State.
226894: , ---. - Description of a Clock Escapement, invented by Mr. George Prior, jun. Of Otley, in Yorkshire.
226882: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Frederick Bartholomew Folsch, of Oxford-street, in the Parish of Saint James Westminster, in the County of Middlesex, Merchant; for several Improvements on certain machines, Instruments, and Pens, calculated to promote Facility in Writing.
226871: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to William Francis Hamilton, of Lower Mount-street, in the City of Dublin; for a new Method of preparing Soda, and other mineral Waters; spirituous, acetous, saccharine, and aromatic Liqueres; and sundry Improvements relative thereto.
226872: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Thomas Mead, of Scott-street, in the Parish of Sculcoates, in the County of York, Engineer; for a Method or Methods of making and constructing circular or rotative Steam-Engines upon an entire new Principle, and employing the elastic or expansive Force of Steam in a much more efficacious and advantageous Manner than has hitherto been done.
226873: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Richard Trevethick, of Rotherhithe, in the County of Surrey, Engineer, and Robert Dickinson, of Great Queen-street, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire; for a new Method or Way of stowing Cargoes of Ships and other Vessels by Means of Packages for containing Goods and Products of certain Descriptions destined for Conveyance by Sea, not hitherto employed.
226864: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to William Bundy, of Camden Town, in the County of Middlesex, Mathematical Instrument-maker; for the Manufacture of Lint.
226865: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Charles Wilks, of Ballincollig, in the County of Cork, Esquire; for certain Improvements on Naves of Wheels for Carriages, and for Centres of Wheels for Machinery for various Purposes.
226866: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Charles Wilks of Ballincollig, in the County of Cork, Esquire; for A Method of constructing Four Wheeled Carriages of all Descriptions, whereby a Facility of turning is obtained, without having recourse to the usual Modes of having what is called Locks, or having any Necessity for keeping the fore Wheels of such Carriages lower than the Wheels usually are, or raising the Bodies of such Carriages higher than usual.
226853: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Joseph Bramah, of Pimlico, Engineer; for certain Improvements in various Parts of wheeled Carriages; one of which is applicable to other Machinery, where a rotary Motion is necessary.
226854: ---. - Specification of the patent granted to Richard Jones Tomlinson, of the City of Bristol, Iron Master; for certain Improvements in the Methods of constructing or making the Coverings of the Roofs or of other Surfaces of Buildings, whether external or internal.
226855: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to William Summers the Younger, of new Bond-street, in the Parish of St. George Hanover-square, in the County of Middlesex, Ironmonger; for a Method of raising hot Water from a lower to an upper level for Baths, Manufactories, and other useful Purposes.
226830: ---. - French Patent - granted to M. Ollivier, for making an Enamel capable of receiving any Colour, and also for making Porcelain in Imitation of Bronze, Marble, Dutch Tiles, etc.
226832: ---. - New Method of varnishing Leather.
226835: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Thomas Jones, of Oxendon-street, Hay Market, in the County of Middlesex, Astronomical and Mathematical Instrument-maker, for a new Instrument for dividing Lines, Distances, and other useful Purposes, which will be valuable to Mathematicians, Architects, Draftsmen.
226836: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to John Clark, of Bridgewater, in the County of Somerset, Upholsterer, for a new Method of constructing Beds, Pillows, Hammocks, and Cushions.
226843: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Sir Thomas Cochrane, Knight of the most Honourable Order of the Bath, and commonly called Lord Cochrane; for a Method or Methods of more completely Lighting Cities, Towns, Villages.
226844: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to William Godfrey Kneller, of Croydon, in the County of Surrey, Chemist; for a Method of manufacturing Verdigris, of the same Quality as is known in Commerce by the Name of French Verdigris.
226821: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to William Brunton, of Butterley Iron Works, in the Parish of Pentrick, in the County of Derby, Engineer; for a Method and Machinery for propelling or drawing Carriages upon Roads or Railways, also Boats, Barges, or Vessels, upon Canals or Navigations, by means of certain Levers or Legs, alternately or conjointly acting upon such Roads, Railways, Canals, or Navigations, or upon Machinery attached thereto.
226822: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Frank Parkinson, of the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, Distiller; for an improved Method for a still and Boiler for preventing Accidents by Fire, and for preserving Spirits and other Articles from waste in the Operation of distilling and boiling.
226823: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to William Mitchell, Surgeon, late of Ayr, now in Edinburgh; for an Invention of Articles, of home Growth and Produce, by the Use of which, in the Manufacture of Soap, taking the Quantity of Produce into View, there will be a great Saving in price, the Necessity of going to a foreign Market will ne nearly, perhaps entirely, superseded, and the Quality of the Soap will be equal, if not superior, to that usually manufactured from foreign Materials.
226816: ---. - A new Method of transporting with Facility and Expedition the Earth and Rubble in forming Banks, Ditches, etc.
226806: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to David Thomas, of the Parish of St. Mary Radcliffe, in the City of Bristol, Brightsmith and Ivory-black Manufacturer; for a new and improved Method of burning Animal Bones, for the Purpose of extracting the greasy or fat Property therefrom, and for reducing the remaining or dry Parts of the Bones into a Substance sufficiently prepared for being ground into Ivory-black.
226807: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Charles Goodwin, of Finsbury-Terrace, in the County of Middlesex, Factor; for an improved Socket for a Candlestick, consisting of a Spring or Springs, by which any Candle, Rush-Light, or Taper, without any Paper or other Thing being put round it, may be fixed and secured in such Socket, and which Socket is adapted for the Use of any Description of Candlestick, Chandelier, Lustre Branch, Lamp, or Lanthorn: and also a Self-Extinguisher, to be fixed to the same, by which the Light may be extinguished at any Time.
226808: ---. - Specification of the Patent granted to Messrs. Richard and Frederick Coupland, of Leeds in the County of York, Manufacturers; for a Manufacture of Shawls, Cords, Brunswicks, ribbed and plain, Kerseymeres and milled Cloths, from a mixture of animal and vegetable Wool, prepared and spun into Yarn without Oil.
226559: T.M. - William Reid.
226560: J.J.R. - Archibald A. Young.
226550: H.P.H. - Edward Walter Maunder.
226551: W.A.P. - Antonio Abetti.
226410: J.W. - Anglo-Saxon Remains Recently Discovered in Kent, Cambridgeshire, Sarre, The Isle of Wight & Bedfordshire.
226326: E.B.P. - Description of a Roman Monument Discovered in Play-House Yard, Blackfriars.
226305: H.E.S. & J.H. - W.P.H.S, 1860-1946 & W.E. Richards: In Memoriam.
226298: A.S.P. - The Rope Stretcher Again.
226288: J.H. & L.H.P. - Nicholas Freedman & G.R. Speaker: In Memoriam.
226289: A.S.P. - A Rope Stretcher.
226278: A.E.B. & H.E.S. - Sir Alfred Hopkinson & Arthur R. Horsfield: In Memoriam.
226262: H.E.S, E.T & J.R.J. - Herbert J. Mothersill, T.P. Fox & Richard Barry: In Memoriam.
226251: A.S.P. & W.J.B. - Morley Wood, Maurice Linnell & John Evans: In Memoriam.
226238: F.G.W. - William Hughes & Dr. W. Inglis Clark: In Memoriam.
226219: J.W & H.E.S. - Ernest Manning, Albert H. Dawson & W.E. Downey: In Memoriam.
226208: J.H.D, H.E.S. & J.R.C. - Neville Martin, Patrick Ryan & W.C. Slingsby: In Memoriam.
226188: A.H.B. & J.H.D. - John Bolton & Herbert P. Cain: In Memoriam.
226174: H.E.S. & C.J.W. - Charles A. Ingham & Lewis F. Coxon: In Memoriam.
226130: P.S.M. - Hermann Woolley: A Memoriam.
226118: H.R.C.C. - A New Climb on The Cioch.
226122: C.H.P. - Rueben Brierley: A Memoriam.
226035: ---. - Sir Cyril Hinshelwood, President of The Association, 1964-65.
226017: ---. - Lise Meitner Looks Back.
225985: ---. - Lord Brain, President of The Association, 1963-1964.
225907: ---. - Sir Eric Asby, President of The Association, 1962-1963.
225899: ---. - Sir Eric Asby, President of The Association, 1962-1963.
225830: ---. - Sir John Cockcroft, President of The Association, 1961-1962.
225772: ---. - Sir Wilfred Le Gros Clark, President of The Association.
225746: ---. - Sir George Thomson, President of The Association.
225683: ---. - The Visit of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, to India and Pakistan, 1959.
225645: ---. - Ancient Agriculture in Ireland and North-West Europe.
225606: ---. - Polar Physiology.
225598: ---. - Industry and Technical Progress.
225592: ---. - Geology in Schools.
225364: ---. - Biological Sciences in British Schools.
225353: ---. - Biological Sciences in British Schools.
225197: ---. - Muscular Movement.
225188: ---. - Muscular Movement.
225170: ---. - Sir Harold Hartley Honoured by The University of Birmingham.
225158: ---. - Sir Harold Hartley Honoured by The University of Birmingham.
225099: ---. - Science in Adult Education.
225100: ---. - Air Photography and Geology.
225102: ---. - Education: Topical Problems.
225095: ---. - Shortage of Scientific and Technical Books.
225080: ---. - Exploration of Caves in The Derbyshire District.
225041: ---. - Chemical Resources and Industries of Scotland.
225043: ---. - Supply and Utilisation of Coal.
225032: ---. - Swords into Ploughshares.
225017: ---. - The Future Pattern of The British Association.
224982: ---. - Mineral Resources and The Atlantic Charter.
224977: ---. - Post-War University Education.
224961: ---. - Research in Education.
224952: ---. - Quantitative Estimates of Sensory Events.
224953: ---. - Photographs of Geological Interest.
224954: ---. - A National Atlas.
224960: ---. - The Informative Content of Education.
224951: ---. - Thermal Conductivities of Rocks.
224394: ---. - Lord Rennell of Rodd.
224363: ---. - Geography and Technical Education.
224324: ---. - Oxford Economic Atlas of The U.S.S.R.: A Russian Review.
224299: ---. - The Storage and Conversation of Maps.
224300: ---. - Geography in Education.
224280: ---. - John Linton Myres, 1869-1954.
223755: ---. - Lord Willingdon.
223752: ---. - Personality In Statesmanship.
223753: ---. - John Bailey, King Albert.
223746: ---. - The Ancient World.
223738: ---. - The Punishment Of Crime.
223728: ---. - Original Documents. - Survey of the Abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, Nigh Leicester, Tempore Henry VIII.
223722: ---. - Original Documents. - Indenture under which the Silver Mines of Byrland were worked Temp. Edward I.
223717: ---. - Original Documents. - Letter of Sir Hugh Luttrell of Dunster Castle, Kt. 7 - 8 Henry V.
223686: ---. - Note on Old Building at Littleport known as The Fisher's Cottage.
223644: ---. - Report on the Objects of Antiquarian Interest found in the Coprolite Diggings during 1917 and 1918.
223645: ---. - In Memoriam. Sir William Henry St John Hope.
223636: ---. - The Hearth Taxes for the Town of Cambridge, A.D. 1664 and 1674.
223602: ---. - East India Company. Original hand-completed 1821 document. Supreme Court of Judicature, Fort William, in Bengal. Bail Bond for Trespass. Indemnifying George Warde Esq., Sheriff of the Town of Calcutta for 3 Muslim Defendants; Meer Mohamad Ally, Meer Akram Ally and Aga Ally.
222679: ---. - Bankrupts, Certificates, and Dividends, Advertised in the London Gazette in the Year 1845.
222594: ---. - The Limerick Area : Proceedings of the 142nd Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 1996. Irish archaeology, etc.
222598: ---. - Scarborough and its Area : Proceedings of the 143nd Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 1997.
222548: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Salford in 1987. Over 10 main articles concerning Salford, its buildings, the history of the area, including castles, churches, etc.
222540: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Chichester in 1985. Over 10 main articles concerning West Sussex, its buildings, the history of the area, including castles, churches, etc.
222533: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Bedford in 1982. Over 10 main articles concerning Bedfordshire, its buildings, the history of the area, including castles, churches, etc.
222523: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Acton Burnell in 1981. Over 10 main articles concerning the Welsh Marches, the buildings, the history of the area, including castles, churches, etc.
222501: S.S.F. - S.D.T. Spittle
222492: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Newcastle upon Tyne in 1976. Over 10 main articles concerning Newcastle, its buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
222482: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Bangor in 1975. Over 10 main articles concerning Lincoln, its buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
222471: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Truro in 1973. Over 10 main articles concerning Truro, its buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
222464: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Aberdeen in 1972. - With Proceedings.
222454: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Warwick in 1971. and Proceedings.
222433: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Canterbury in 1969. Over 10 main articles concerned with Canterbury, the buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
222428: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Cambridge in 1967. Over 10 main articles concerned with Cambridge, the buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
222422: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute at Cheltenham in 1965. Over 10 main articles concerned with Gloucester, the buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
222412: ---. - Report of the Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute in Edinburgh in 1964. Over 10 main articles concerned with Edinburgh and the East Coast, the buildings, the history of the surrounding area, including castles, churches, etc.
221371: ---. - Report of Geodetic Committee, 1918.
221359: ---. - Discussion on Outlets for Labour after the War.
221142: ---. - Discussions on Conduction and Structure in the Nerve-arc and Nerve Cell.
220909: ---. - The Zoological Table at Naples during the months of February, March, April, and May, 1901.
216077: W. - Russia.
216016: C., T. - Aubrey de Vere's Poems.
215814: ---. - James Russell Lowell
215767: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.206, Jan.9, 1836. FEATURING New Way of Educating Young Ladies.The scheme, originated in Edinburgh in 1834, is known as The Scottish Institution for the Education of Young Women.
215768: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.207, Jan.16, 1836. FEATURING Equality of Remuneration for Labour. The views described in Wade's History of the Middle and Working Classes.
215769: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.208, Jan.23, 1836. FEATURING The Highland Dress. Based on information from The Transactions of the Iona Club.
215775: ---. - From the Journal a Hundred Years Ago: Extract.
215761: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.198, Nov.14, 1835. FEATURING Living in London and Edinburgh. A comparison of the two in which Edinburgh is proclaimed to be vastly superior.
215762: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.199, Nov.21, 1835. FEATURING Charming Away Diseases. Superstitions which are said to cure.
215763: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.200, Nov.28, 1835. FEATURING Ross's Expedition. The unsuccessful 4 year expedition of the ship The Victory to search out the North West Passage and reach the North Pole and their return to Britain.
215764: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.201, Dec.5, 1835. FEATURING Varieties of Colour Among Mankind. The differences in skin colour, etc. which denote race.
215765: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.202, Dec.12, 1835. FEATURING The Life and Adventure of a Jewel Hunter. One of the Hungarians found in the Carpathian Mountains. From an account by Inglis.
215766: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.204, Dec.26, 1835. FEATURING Characteristics of Uncivilised Nations. With specific emphasis on the head, as described by the phrenologists.
215755: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.191, Sept.26, 1835. FEATURING an account of the downfall of Alexander Tardy, the poisoner. His multiple murders were discovered and he committed suicide, while his accomplices were tried in Richmond,Virginia in 1827.
215756: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.192, Oct.3, 1835. FEATURING an article on Consumption.
215757: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.193, Oct.10, 1835. FEATURING A Visit to the Montrose Asylum. Abridged from the Edinburgh Advertiser article.
215758: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.195, Oct.24, 1835. FEATURING an Article on The siege of Blair Castle, defended by Sir Andrew Agnew against Lord George Murray of the Highland Army in the spring of 1746.
215759: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.196, Oct.31, 1835. FEATURING an Article on The Deal Boatmen. Taken from the account of a gentleman as part of his training as an assistant Charity Commissioner in East Kent.
215760: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.197, Nov.7, 1835. FEATURING an Article on Honours Paid to Men of Science. From Galileo to Laplace.
215747: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.182, July 25, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of Admiral Duncan, the Scottish naval hero.
215748: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.183, Aug.1, 1835. FEATURING an Article on Prediction. Based on a paper in D'Israeli's Curiosities of Literature.
215749: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.184, Aug.8, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of Lady Grizel Baillie. Includes an account of her various heroic deeds helping her family and friends during the time of unrest under Charles II.
215751: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.186, Aug.22, 1835. FEATURING Pleasure Tours. The Banks of the Forth, and Stirling. To quote;'The romantic visit worthy scenery of Scotland...'
215752: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.187, Aug.29, 1835. FEATURING Pleasure Tours. The Trossachs and Loch Katrine.
215753: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.188, Sept.5, 1835. FEATURING an Article on Riding the Stang. An old custom in both England and Scotland of inflicting punishment on those who outraged public decency by their behaviour.
215754: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.190, Sept.19, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of Hernando Cortez, the Spaniard who conquered Mexico.
215741: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.176, June 13, 1835. FEATURING The Rise of the Rothschilds. Originall y published in the Court Journal.
215742: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.177, June 20, 1835. FEATURING A Biographic Sketch of Alexander Selkirk, whose solitary stay on the Island of Juan Fernandez was the basis of the book, Robinson Crusoe.
215743: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.178, June 27, 1835. FEATURING The Journey of James the First from Edinburgh to London. An account of his journey and various places he passed through and stayed en route.
215744: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.179, July 4, 1835. FEATURING an Article on Geographical Distribution of Animals. Includes details of birds, etc. found off the Madagascar coast, etc.
215745: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.180, July 11, 1835. FEATURING an Article on The Sword Players of the Last Century. British gladiators of the 18th century who performed for money.
215746: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.181, July 18, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of Owen Glendower, the Welsh Patriot.
215733: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.164, March 21, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of Sir William Forbes, the 18th century partner in Coutts' Bank, born in Edinburgh and brought up in Aberdeen.
215734: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.165, March 28, 1835. FEATURING The Forty Second Regiment. The first body of Highlanders to be employed in the service of the Government, founded 1729.
215735: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.168, April 18, 1835. FEATURING an article on Calico Printing.The art of applying one or more colours to cloth, representing leaves, flowers, etc.
215736: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.169, April 25, 1835. FEATURING The Burning of Frendraught Castle. An account of a 17th century tragedy in Aberdeenshire, with vengeance as its motive.
215737: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.170, May 2, 1835. FEATURING Greyfriars' Cemetery, Edinburgh. The principal burial ground of the Scottish Capital.
215738: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.171, May 9, 1835. FEATURING Poets Laureat. A brief history of the holders of the honour from the time of John Kay, in the reign of Edward IV.
215739: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.172, May 16, 1835. FEATURING Judicial Torture in England and Scotland.
215740: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.173, May 23, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Dketch of Robert Dodsley, the 18th century English publisher and author.
215727: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.158, Feb. 7, 1835. FEATURING The Story of Silvio Pellico, the 19th century Italian poet, summarily arrested on a charge of conspiracy against the Austrians and subjected to soiltary confinement in Milan.
215728: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.159, Feb. 14, 1835. FEATURING Institutions for the Blind. Founded originally in France by Valentin Hauy, and then Britain, they set out to educate the sightless, rather than simply offer them charity workhouses.
215729: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.160, Feb. 21, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of Thomas Telford, the Dumfriesshire stonemason who became a surveyor and bridge builder par excellence.
215730: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.161, Feb. 28, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of John Britton, famous for his topographical works. An abridged version of his own memoir.
215731: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.162, March 7, 1835. FEATURING an article on Poisons and Poisoning, including venomous reptiles, wasps, poisonous fish, wild berries, etc.
215732: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.163, March 14, 1835. FEATURING an article on Vegetable and Mineral Poisons. Fungi, foxglove, deadly nightshade are among the vegetable poisons; oxalic acid, sulphuric acid, etc. are among the mineral poisons discussed.
215726: ---. - Chambers' Edinburgh Journal. No.157, Jan. 31, 1835. FEATURING a Biographic Sketch of George Cuvier, the French naturalist whose fossil studies led to the foundation of the science of palaeontology.
215510: ---. - Arthur Sullivan. Contemporary Portraits. No. 22.
215512: ---. - Thomas Alva Edison. Contemporary Portraits. No. 23.
215514: ---. - Laurenz Alma Tadema. Contemporary Portraits. No. 24.
215506: ---. - Extra Roman Catacombs - The Catacombs of Chiusi.
215507: ---. - The New Philosopher's Stone. [Electric Conductor.]
215501: ---. - Justin McCarthy. Contemporary Portraits. No. 20.
215504: ---. - William Black. Contemporary Portraits. No. 21.
215496: ---. - Edward Burne-Jones. Contemporary Portraits. No. 19.
215491: ---. - Science. [On a Book by Professor Roscoe.]
215483: ---. - Christian Theology and Modern Scepticism.
215484: ---. - Napoleon The First: The Man.
215486: ---. - The Question of Race in France.
215487: ---. - Spiritualism and its Evidences.
215488: ---. - The Distribution of Representation.
215479: ---. - Trial by Judge, and Trial by Jury.
215480: ---. - The Political Reconstruction of Germany.
215481: ---. - The University College of Wales.
215477: ---. - Science. [On a Book Called The Book of Nature and The Book of Man.]
215469: ---. - Indian Taxation: Lord Cornwallis's Land Settlement.
215473: ---. - Colonial and American Pauperism.
215443: ---. - Leading Homily. Universal Retribution.
215425: ---. - How I Quitted Naples.
215293: ---. - Ordnance Survey Gological Map of Cambridge and District.
215295: ---. - Supreme Super News. 13 issues, from Summer 1970 to Christmas 1973.
215199: ---. - A Scientific Survey of Blackpool and District. 6. Historical Geography.
215096: ---. - Discussion on the Ionosphere.
214981: ---. - A Scientific Survey of York and District. 13. Buckingham Works, York.
214982: ---. - A Scientific Survey of York and District. 13. Buckingham Works, York.
214894: ---. - Discussion on the Structure of Molecules.
214895: ---. - Discussion on the Quantum Theory.
214823: ---. - Report of Geodetic Committee, 1918.
214805: ---. - Discussion on Outlets for Labour after the War.
214806: ---. - Discussion on Outlets for Labour after the War.
214472: ---. - Papers Read at the Discussion on Wheat.
214068: ---. - Discussions on Conduction and Structure in the Nerve-arc and Nerve Cell.
213592: ---. - The Zoological Table at Naples during the months of February, March, April, and May, 1901.
212243: ---. - Discussion on Coral Reefs.
212209: ---. - Joint Discussion on Lightning Conductors.
212210: ---. - Joint Discussion on Lightning Conductors.
210688: ---. - Report of the Committee appointed to organize an Expedition for observing the Solar Eclipse of Dec. 12, 1871.
210672: ---. - Report of the Committee appointed for the purpose of promoting the Foundation of Zoological Stations in different parts of the World.
210550: ---. - Letters from M. Lavoisier to Dr. Black.
210551: ---. - Letters from M. Lavoisier to Dr. Black.
210084: ---. - Report on the Animal and Vegetable Products imported into Liverpool from the year 1851 to 1855 (inclusive).
209899: ---. - Artificial Insemination and The Law. Evidence on behalf of The Catholic Body in England and Wales
209788: ---. - A Letter From Baron Von Hugel
209728: F, J.W.R. - The Christian Minorities of The Middle East
209628: ---. - What Can Be Done With a Defeated Japan?
209616: ---. - Japan's New Structure Movement
209569: E, W. - Japan and The Worship of Emperors
209413: M., C. F. - Austria At The Cross Roads.
209200: B., E. - Confraters and Oblates, Past and Present.
209161: B., M. - A Catholic Writer.
209127: H., G. - Macbeth and The Sin of Witchcraft.
209120: D., C. - The Dark Mirror.
208974: L., S. - Papers of Mrs. Fitzherbert.
208957: L., S. - A Note on King Alphonso.
208846: L., S. - Gibbon and The Ebionites.
208766: V. - P. & V.M., O. R. - Chaplains in The Great War. Father Bernard Kavannagh, Redemptorist. Father Simon Knapp, Carmelite.
208668: M., C. F. - Austria At The Cross Roads.
208454: B., E. - Confraters and Oblates, Past and Present.
208415: B., M. - A Catholic Writer.
208374: D., C. - The Dark Mirror.
208381: H., G. - Macbeth and The Sin of Witchcraft.
208228: L., S. - Papers of Mrs. Fitzherbert.
208211: L., S. - A Note on King Alphonso.
208100: L., S. - Gibbon and The Ebionites.
208020: V. - P. & V.M., O. R. - Chaplains in The Great War. Father Bernard Kavannagh, Redemptorist. Father Simon Knapp, Carmelite.
207873: ---. - Address of His Grace The Archbishop of Westminster to The Council of Christians and Jews: 5 March 1964
207841: ---. - Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge.
207824: ---. - The French Bible
207826: ---. - Considerations on the Trade with India.
207809: E., H. - An Interesting Collection of Early Maps.
207703: ---. - Chartism in The Black Country 1850-1860. Our History, Pamphlet No. 40, Winter 1965-66.
207713: ---. - Steel. A Call to Tees-Side Steel Workers.
207717: ---. - Short Guide to The Abbey Church of St. Mary The Virgin, Sherborne.
207719: ---. - The Church of St. Mary Happisburgh.
207722: ---. - Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings Ministry of Public Building and Works: Hadleigh Castle, Essex.
207724: ---. - Music and Musicians in The U. S. S. R.
207726: ---. - Wesley Historical Society 1893. Proceedings of The Wesley Historical Society. Vol XL. Part 2. June 1975. [Features a review on An Old Potter by Charles Shaw.]
207728: ---. - The Trade, The Press, and The Nation. The Brewers' Plans to Teach The Younger Generation The Beer Drinking Habit.
207696: ---. - Red and Black, The Duty and Postage Stamps Impressed on Newspapers 1712-1870 and on The Times or its Postal Wrappers from 1785-1962. Limited Edition No. 176 of 250 copies.
207699: ---. - The Mary Rose, Museum and Ship Hall.
207702: ---. - Prints of The Labour Movement. Our History, Pamphlet No. 36-37, Spring 1965.
207695: ---. - A Remarkable Boiler, The Niclausse High Duty Boiler for Land and Marine Service. Reprinted from The Engineer, March 13, 1914.
207667: ---. - British Solomon Islands 1967. Colonial Reports.
207668: ---. - Antigua 1963 and 1964. Colonial Reports.
207669: ---. - Bermuda 1969. Colonial Reports.
207670: ---. - Bahama Islands 1964 and 1965. Colonial Reports.
207671: ---. - British Guiana 1950. Colonial Reports.
207672: ---. - Bermuda 1968. Colonial Reports.
207673: ---. - Bermuda 1967. Colonial Reports.
207674: ---. - Bechuanaland 1964. Colonial Reports.
207675: ---. - Bechuanaland 1965. Colonial Reports.
207677: ---. - British Guiana 1949. Colonial Reports.
207679: ---. - Report of The Nyasaland Commission of Inquiry. Colonial Office. July 1959.
207684: ---. - First Session of The World Peace Council, Berlin, February 21-26, 1951. (Reports and Documents) II.
207686: ---. - The Bar Convent Museum, York.
207654: ---. - Second Spring of Catholicism in Stone. 150th Anniversary Celebration. Sunday 3rd September 1995.
207631: ---. - Illustrated Guide to Beaulieu Abbey Church, The Parish Church of The Blessed Virgin and Holy Child.
207635: ---. - How We Began. The Monastery of Our Lady of Good Hope. St. Mary's Abbey, Colwich.
207636: ---. - Our Return to England. St. Mary's Abbey, Colwich, Stafford.
207637: ---. - How We Survived The French Revolution, Monastery of Our Lady of Good Hope, Paris now at St. Mary's Abbey, Colwich, Stafford.
207628: ---. - Jo Lansley & Helen Bendon. Published by the Turnpike Gallery to coincide the exhibition at the gallery.
207623: ---. - Taylors of Welwyn, Beekeeping Equipment. Illustrated Catalogue, with prices.
207598: ---. - Notre-Dame de Grace Honfleur.
207599: ---. - Lerins. St-Honorat.
207602: ---. - Invasion. The Story of Operation Overlord. Illustrations reproduced from the Overlord Embroidery.
207604: ---. - Oulton Abbey.
207610: ---. - The Dessert Shall Blossom, The Ideals and Traditions of The Carmelites.
207611: ---. - Boscobel House and White Ladies Priory, Shropshire.
207616: ---. - St Michael and All Angels and its Paintings, Berwick, Sussex.
207618: ---. - The Pre-Raphaelites and Their Circle.
207559: ---. - The Antique Dealer and Collector's Guide. February 1950. Vol. 4. No. 7.
207560: ---. - The Antique Dealer and Collector's Guide. March 1950. Vol. 4. No. 8.
207561: ---. - The Antique Dealer and Collector's Guide. October 1950. Vol. 5. No. 3.
207511: ---. - An Evening with Rick Wakeman.
207512: ---. - Moscow Street Map.
207514: ---. - Franz West Proforma.
207515: ---. - The Whirling Dervishes A Commemoration. [James Moore, Professor Annemarie Schimmel, Nail Kesova, Jeffrey Somers.]
207516: ---. - Emile Antoine, Bourdelle, Pioneer of The Future. 24 May - 29 October 1989. Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
207518: ---. - Quarry Bank Mill Teaching Resource Pack.
207519: ---. - True Detective, 10 Complete Stories Compiled From Police Records. Vol. 1. No. 1.
207507: ---. - The Jordon Book Gallery. Catalog 54. Purveyor of Western Books, Historic Ephemera, Manuscripts.
207510: ---. - Neue Kunst aus Dresden.
207502: ---. - Catalogue of The Ornithological Library of The Late S. Dillon Ripley. Sale 528. Bloomsbury Auctions. Friday 10th June 2005.
207503: ---. - The Chaucer Head, Books Before 1800. Catalogue 35.
207468: ---. - Ecology. A New Society Social Studies Reader.
207469: ---. - Thomas Florschuetz. Between Two: Suburbia with an Essay by Stuart Morgan.
207474: ---. - Good Housekeeping Magazine. Vol III, No. 6, August 1925.
207477: ---. - Woman's Journal. A Magazine of Home Interests. September 1931. Cover Art by Charles Atamian.
207479: ---. - The Antique Dealer and Collector's Guide. February 1970.
207458: ---. - Catalogue of The Union Press (China), June 1959.
207462: ---. - Bank for International Settlements. Twentieth Annual Report 1st April 1949 - 31st March 1950.
207465: ---. - Orthos. The Quarterly Journal of The Cyriax Foundation. Volume I. Issue No. 3, February 1985.
207466: ---. - The Seven Ages of Man. A Survey of The Development of Man Through Life-His Body, His Personality and His Abilities.
207467: ---. - How The Poorest Live. 2nd Edition.
207454: ---. - The Political Theory of The Student Movement. - Notes for a Marxist Critique.
207445: ---. - Fortnight. An Independent Review for Northern Ireland. Issue No. 85. Friday 21st June 1974.
207448: ---. - Belfast Bulletin. No. 10. Spring 1982.
207432: ---. - Liberation. Incorporating The Movement for Colonial Freedom, Annual Report 1971.
207433: ---. - Forced Labour in British Colonies.
207435: ---. - Russia Today, March 1940. [Magazine articles, Finland's 2 Governments, Must The War Spread, What the Red Army gives the People, Pictures from Finland, Another Arctic Victory.]
207368: ---. - Langley Aerodrome.
207338: ---. - Graham Bell's Tetrahedral Kites.
207277: ---. - Charles Babbage.
207263: ---. - Report on the Work of the Astro-Physical Observatory for the year ending June 30, 1895.
207239: ---. - Hertz's Experiments.
207254: ---. - Report of the Excecutive Committee of the Board of Regents on the Henry Statue.
207219: ---. - Count Von Zepplin's Dirigible Air Ship.
207206: ---. - Expedition Toward The North Pole. Instructions to Captain Hall, by Hon. G.M. Robeson, Secretary of the Navy.
207096: ---. - Allotments and Awards under The Garforth Enclosure Act.
207097: ---. - The Leeds Steam Carriage Company: Manuscripts presented by Mrs. George Denison.
207100: C, W.B. - A Jubilee Review, 1889-1939.
207039: ---. - Leeds Parish Church: Inscriptions on The Tombstones in The Churchyard.
207011: ---. - Thorp's Map of Leeds and District, 1819-1821.
206199: ---. - Contributions to The Geology of Northumberland and Durham (in 13 parts).
206124: ---. - The Geology of The District around Edinburgh (in 6 parts).
206125: ---. - Edinburgh and District.
205884: ---. - The Annual Report of The Council of The Association for The Year 1913.
205699: ---. - Faringdon, 1907.
205700: ---. - Crayford and Dartford Heath, 1907.
205703: ---. - Bristol, Whitsuntide, 1907.
205704: ---. - The Cuckmere Valley, Seaford and Newhaven, 1907.
205705: ---. - Crowborough, 1907.
205693: ---. - The Bruce Castle Museum, Tottenham.
205694: ---. - Plymouth, Easter, 1907.
205697: ---. - Lane End, bucks, 1907.
205698: ---. - Aylesford and Allington, 1907.
205686: ---. - Convent of The Sisters of Mercy, Bermonsey, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 21, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205687: ---. - The Bigots at Edinburgh and The Right Rev. Dr. Gillis. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 28, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205674: ---. - Catholic Cathedral, Madras, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 21, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205675: ---. - Cork Dominican Church of Saint Mary. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 5, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205676: ---. - The first Catholic Church erected in England [near Glastonbury], with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 12, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205678: ---. - Recollections of Italy. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 26, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205679: ---. - Tomb of The Venerable Prior Rahere, in The Church of St. Bartholomew The Great, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 2, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205680: ---. - Ceremony of Blessing and Laying the Foundation Stone of Saint Chad's Church, Birmingham. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 9, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205681: ---. - Convent and Chapel of The Ladies of Saint Margaret, at Edinburgh, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 16, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205682: ---. - Tomb of Henry The Fifth, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 23, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205683: ---. - Rome Saint Peter and Saint Paul. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 30, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205684: ---. - Market Hall and Belfry, Bruges, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 7, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205685: ---. - Contrast between Fribourg and Geneva. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 14, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205667: ---. - Connexion between The Sciences and Revealed Religion. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 10, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205669: ---. - New Church at Hereford. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 24, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205670: ---. - Chapter House, Furness Abbey, Lancashire, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 31, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205671: ---. - One Day at the German Catholic Chapel, London. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 7, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205672: ---. - Catholic College, Madras, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 14, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205673: ---. - The Hereford and Brentford Case. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 21, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205660: ---. - On The Illusive maxims and Sophistry of Modern Philosophy, part 1. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 25, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205661: ---. - On The Illusive maxims and Sophistry of Modern Philosophy, part 2. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 1, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205662: ---. - Hotel de Ville, Bruges, with 1 woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 8, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205663: ---. - Catholic Institute of Great Britain. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 15, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205664: ---. - Saint Mary's Catholic Church, Derby, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 22, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205665: ---. - Proposed Monument to The Late Right Rev. Dr. Milner. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 29, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205666: ---. - Monument of Richard Beauchamp, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 3, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205656: ---. - The Catholic Church at Sutton Coldfield, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 27, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205657: ---. - Rogation Days. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 4, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205658: ---. - Ave Maria, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 11, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205659: ---. - The Ursuline Convent at Cork, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 18, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205652: ---. - The Convent of St. Catherine, Mount Sinai, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 30, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205653: ---. - On the Evidence of a New Dispensation. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 6, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205654: ---. - Part of The Mitre of St. Silvester I., Pope, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 13, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205655: ---. - Supremacy of The Pope. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 20, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205644: ---. - North View of The Remains of Kenilworth Priory, Warwickshire, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 2, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205645: ---. - Catholicity in Australia. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 9, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205646: ---. - North West view of The Gate near The Castle, Warwick, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 16, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205647: ---. - Curiosities of Literature at The Reformation. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 23, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205648: ---. - View of The Catholic Church, Ipswich, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 2, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205649: ---. - Unitarian Scepticism. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 9, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205650: ---. - The New Catholic Chapel at Havant, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 16, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205651: ---. - Palm Sunday. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 23, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205640: ---. - South view of an Ancient Building called The Library, in The High Street, Glastonbury, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 5, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205641: ---. - Difference between an Appeal to Earthly and Heavenly Courts. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 12, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205642: ---. - View of The Remains of The South Transept of St. Bartholomew's The Great, Smithfield, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 19, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205643: ---. - British Reformation Society at Reading. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 26, 1839. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205124: ---. - Organic Bases.
204995: ---. - Catholic arrangement of Churches and Chapels. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 23, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204996: ---. - Memoir of Venerable St. Bede. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 30, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204997: ---. - Tottenham High Cross, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 7, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204998: ---. - Divinity of The Holy Ghost. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 14, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204999: ---. - The Ceremonies of The Church. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 21, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
205000: ---. - Devotion to The Blessed Sacrament. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, December 28, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204986: ---. - The Hierophant: Church founding, endowing,opening, and restoring in The Ages of Faith. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 21, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204987: ---. - Unitarian Doctrine Refuted. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 28, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204988: ---. - St. Bee's Monastery, Whitehaven, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 5, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204989: ---. - On The Divinity of our Lord. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 12, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204990: ---. - Catholic Antiquities in Kent, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 19, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204991: ---. - On appropriate Sepulchral Inscriptions. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, October 26, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204992: ---. - St. Saviour's Church, Southwark, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 2, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204993: ---. - Transubstantiation. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 9, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204994: ---. - Catholic Antiquities in Kent, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, November 16, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204977: ---. - Church Yard Cross at Mawgan, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, July 20, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204978: ---. - On appropriate Sepulchral Monuments. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, July 27, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204979: ---. - Church of The Immaculate Conception of The Blessed Virgin, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 3, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204980: ---. - The Assumption. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 10, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204981: ---. - The Coloseum, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 17, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204982: ---. - The Mass Truly and Properly a Sacrifice. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 24, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204983: ---. - Westwood Priory, or Lesnes Abbey, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, August 31, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204984: ---. - The Only Cure For Hypochondriasis. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 7, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204985: ---. - Monastery of Binham, Norfolk, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, September 14, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204968: ---. - William The Conqueror, 1066-1088. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 4, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204969: ---. - Norwich Cathedral, with a wood cut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 11, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204970: ---. - The Times O' Tempora. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 18, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204971: ---. - Ruins of Glastonbury Abbey, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, May 25, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204972: ---. - Kilburn Priory, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 8, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204973: ---. - Supression of Monasteries. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 15, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204974: ---. - New Catholic Church, Salford, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, June 22, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204975: ---. - The Hierophant on Baptisteries, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, July 6, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204976: ---. - Catholicity and Botany. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, July 13, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204959: ---. - Monastery of La Trappe, Mount St. Bernard Leicestershire, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 2, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204960: ---. - The Copts. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 9, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204961: ---. - Old Arundel House, Strand, with 2 woodcuts. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 16, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204962: ---. - England favourable to The Revival of Architecture. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 23, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204963: ---. - Ancient Cross at Faversham, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, March 30, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204964: ---. - Christian Architecture. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 6, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204965: ---. - Dudley Priory, Worcestershire, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 13, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204966: ---. - Unchangeableness of Catholic Doctrine. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 20, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204967: ---. - Stone Church, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, April 27, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204950: ---. - Visit to The Inns of Court.
204951: ---. - The Convent of Laverna, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 6, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204952: ---. - Church Clocks, Bells and Spires. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 13, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204953: ---. - Catholic Church of St. Mary, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 20, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204954: ---. - Caravans in Turkey. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, January 27, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204955: ---. - The Hierophant, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 3, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204956: ---. - Pilgrim of Loretto, with The Pilgrim's Chart Thereto. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 10, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204957: ---. - Charlemagne's Cross on The Banks of The Weser, with a woodcut. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 17, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204958: ---. - Church Clocks, Bells, and Spires. A short article in The London and Dublin Orthodox Journal, February 24, 1844. Together with other brief varied pieces.
204948: ---. - Obituary: Sir Henry Hoyle Howorth.
204916: ---. - Titles of Papers read before The [Aberdeen Philosophical] Society, and Members Admitted, 1840-1892.
204902: ---. - Mynheer Pastoor.
204891: ---. - Science and its Counterfeit.
204881: ---. - The New Syllabus.
204888: ---. - Modernism.
204856: ---. - The Scientific Frontier.
204837: ---. - The Arch-Association of Perpetual Adoration and of Work for Poor Churches.
204840: ---. - Modern Black and White Art in England.
204841: ---. - Walter Bagehot and his attitude towards The Church.
204826: ---. - Spanish Painting at The New Gallery.
204829: ---. - Man and Beast.
204809: ---. - Irish Worthies of The Sixteenth Century: Brother Dominic Collins (2 part article).
204811: ---. - The Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster.
204812: ---. - St. Kevin at Glendalough.
204813: ---. - The Phenomena of Hypnosis.
204814: ---. - Lux Mundi: On The Nature of Faith.
204817: ---. - Fin de Siecle.
204819: ---. - Wild-fowl and Wild-fowlers.
204801: ---. - Glendalough.
204802: ---. - A Railroad centre and The Kansas Valley.
204803: ---. - The Eye and its Making.
204804: ---. - The Royal Academy of 1890.
204806: ---. - Leo Taxil [Gabriel Jogand Pages].
204807: ---. - The Story of St. Abercius: A Byzantine Forgery.
204795: ---. - Ely Chapel, Holborn.
204796: ---. - The Origin of Human Reason.
204797: ---. - The Tomb of St. Abercius.
204798: ---. - A French Bishop on France.
204799: ---. - Art Metal-Work among The Jews.
204800: ---. - Irish Worthies of The Sixteenth Century: Father Thomas White.
204784: ---. - Cardinal Franzelin.
204785: ---. - The Round Towers of Ireland.
204788: ---. - Reminiscences of The Abbe Liszt.
204789: ---. - The Chartreuse of St. Hugh in Sussex.
204780: ---. - Art in London in 1887 (2 part article).
204781: ---. - Glimpses of Mediaeval Oxford.
204770: ---. - Cameos.
204774: ---. - Historical Manuscripts Commission.
204757: ---. - Frederick Lucas (3 part article).
204735: ---. - The Established Church Congress.
204738: ---. - A Modern Lazarus.
204739: ---. - A Worthy Son of The Scotch Soil.
204742: ---. - The Influence of Moral Conduct on Religious belief.
204743: ---. - Reuter and The Development of Telegraphy.
204744: ---. - Three English men of Letters.
204754: ---. - At what Age can Children choose their own Religion?
204727: ---. - Dr. Pusey.
204732: ---. - Flowers and Insects
204733: ---. - Some more Agnostic Fallacies.
204714: ---. - The Coryphaeus of Agnosticism.
204718: ---. - English Relics: The Downside and Stanbrook Relics of The Passion.
204719: ---. - Late Reminiscences.
204720: ---. - A Serious Theological Difficulty
204722: ---. - The Progress of The Irish University Question (3 part article).
204706: ---. - Novels and their Critics.
204708: R.F.C. - The Sources of Modern Agnosticism.
204709: ---. - St. Thomas Aquinas.
204710: ---. - A Modern Thaumaturge.
204690: ---. - Irish Distress.
204691: ---. - The last days of The Old Regime.
204692: ---. - The Songs of Roland.
204695: F.S.B. - A New Antiseptic Compound for The Preservation of Food.
204701: ---. - The Prevalent Phase of Unbelief.
204702: J.G. - Modern Peripatetics.
204673: ---. - Belgium and The Holy See
204680: ---. - Creature Worship (2 part article).
204688: ---. - The King's Book.
204660: ---. - The Arctic Voyages of Adolf Eric Nordenskiold.
204670: ---. - Memoirs of Madame De Remusat.
204643: ---. - The Present State of The French Church. TOGETHER WITH State of affairs in Belgium.
204641: ---. - A Pleasant Party at Windsor.
203448: P., B. - Observations on The Ancient City Walls of Rochester.
203365: W., T. - Churches of Yorkshire.
203348: A., H. - Anglo Persian Relations.
202823: DE L., O. - The Ukraine.
202779: S., H. - Early Phases of Food Control.
202698: H., A. - Neutral Countries and Sea Commerce.
201989: ---. - Recent Demolitions on Peas Hill, Cambridge.
201979: ---. - Agricultural Statistics.
201970: ---. - Agricultural Education Exhibition, Bristol, 1913.
201950: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
201942: ---. - Agricultural Education Exhibition, Doncaster, 1912.
201881: ---. - Current Advances and Concepts in Virology, by Members of The Medical Staff, Lilly Research Laboratories.
201895: ---. - Utilization of Volcanic Steam In Italy.
201807: ---. - On The External Appearance of The Sun's Disk.
201639: ---. - Pekin Observatory.
201638: ---. - Mont Blanc Observatory.
201605: ---. - Scientific Expedition to Mexico.
201581: ---. - Experiments of P. W. Bridgman on Properties of Matter When Under High Pressure.
201545: ---. - History of Discovery Relative to Magnetism.
201257: ---. - Maritime Disasters of The Antilles.
201107: ---. - Art in The Caves.
201041: ---. - Bird Sanctuaries of New Zealand.
200881: ---. - Wanderings of The North Pole.
199945: ---. - Original Documents. - Grant by Ingelram Lord of Coucy to the King, of the Reversion of the Lands of Johanna who was Wife of John de Coupeland Deceased.
199917: ---. - Original Documents. - Charter of Confirmation by Richard Earl of Cornwall and Poictou of Grants of Lands in the Honour of Berkhampstede, A.D. 1256.
199892: ---. - Original Documents. - Charter of Hugh of Bayeux to the Church and Canons of St. Mary of Torrington, temp. Henry II.
199884: G.T.C. - Original Documents. - Charter of Adam, Abbot of St. James's, Northampton.
199878: E.S. - Byland Abbey.
199869: ---. - Original Documents. - Joyalx of John of Gaunt, bequeathed to the Cathedral Church of Lincoln.
199877: ---. - Original Documents. - Roll of the Communarius of the Convent of Norwich for the Year 1327; Supplemented by that of the Pitanciarius for the same Year.
199844: ---. - Original Documents. - Charters of the Berties of Bertiested, or Bersted.
199838: ---. - Original Documents. - Will of Nicholas Braybroke, Canon of Exeter. A.D. 1399 - 1400.
199839: ---. - Inaugural Address of the Most Honourable The Marquess of Ripon, K.G., to the Annual Meeting of the Institute at Ripon.
199824: ---. - Mr. Albert Way.
199825: ---. - Original Documents. - Contemporaneous copy of the Convention for the Surrender of Rennes, the Capital of Brittany, to the Army of Henry, Duke of Lancaster and Earl of Lincoln, 1 July, 1357.
199832: ---. - Original Documents. - Royal Letters and other Documents amongst the Municipal Records of the City of Exeter.
199818: ---. - Original Documents. - Letters Illustrating the Reign of Queen Jane.
199797: ---. - Original Documents. - Llantrissaint Borough Charter.
199791: ---. - Original Documents. - Gloucestershire Charters.
199784: ---. - Original Documents. - Indenture opf Apprenticeship, Temp. Ric. II.
199769: ---. - Original Documents. - Extentae De Kaidiff, Lantrissen, Languniht, Neht, Laniltwit et Liswrini, in the County of Glamorgan.
199775: ---. - The Late Earl of Dunraven.
199776: ---. - Original Documents. - Selections from the Muniments of Lord Scarsdale.
199763: ---. - Excavations in Rome during the Winter 1870 - 71.
199764: ---. - Original Documents. - Inventory of Goodes belonging to a Warden of New College, Oxford, A.D. 1396.
199751: ---. - Original Documents. - An Extent or Survey by Inquisition of the County of Glamorgan.
199758: ---. - Original Documents. - Herbert Charters, probably relating to Herefordshire, of the Reign of Edward I.
199740: ---. - Original Documents. - Survey of the Abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, Nigh Leicester, Tempore Henry VIII.
199734: ---. - Original Documents. - Indenture under which the Silver Mines of Byrland were worked Temp. Edward I.
199727: ---. - Original Documents. - Letter of Sir Hugh Luttrell of Dunster Castle, Kt. 7 - 8 Henry V.
199722: ---. - Original Documents. - Lease of a Fish-Pool at Lapworth, Warwickshire. 3 Edward III. A.D. 1329.
199711: ---. - Original Documents. - Petition of the Prior and Canons of Walsingham, Norfolk, to Elizabeth, Lady of Clare. Circa A.D. 1345.
199717: ---. - Original Documents. - Inventory of the Armoury in the Castle of Amboise in Touraine, in the Reign of Louis XII.. Dated A.D. 1499.
199705: ---. - Original Documents. - Confirmation by Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury, of the Church of Bexley, Kent, with certain Tithes and other Rights and Privileges, to the Canons of the Priory of the Holy Trinity, London.
199694: ---. - Original Documents. - The Formal Decree of Divorce of Sir John Stanley, of Honford, and Margaret his Wife; dated June 25, 1528.
199698: ---. - Original Documents. - Notarial Instrument, dated A.D. 1322, relating to Saint Nectan'sChapel in the Parish of St. Winnow, near Lostwithiel, Cornwall.
199688: ---. - Original Documents. - Charter of Confirmation by Ralph de Mortimer of a Grant to the Monks of the Priory of Worcester.
199682: ---. - Original Documents. - Will of Sir John Stanley, of Honford, Cheshire. Dated June 20, A.D. 1527.
199677: ---. - Original Documents. - Will of Richard De Elmham, Canon of the Church of St. Martin Le Grand, London. Dated June 28, 1228.
199671: ---. - Original Documents. - Letters of Confraternity Granted in 1481 by the Master and Brethren of the Hospital of Burton Lazars, Leicestershire, to John Dod, Matilda his Wife, and their Children.
199664: ---. - Original Documents. - Charter of Queen Elizabeth to the Hospital of St. Lawrence de Ponteboy, A.D. 1582. Patent Roll 25 Elizabeth, Part 9.
199651: ---. - Original Documents. - Notarial Instrument, setting forth a Mandate of the Abbot of Waltham, Essex, and the proceedings relative to the Repair of the Church there. A.D. 1286.
199657: ---. - Original Documents. - Contract for Building a Hall at Hammes, or Hamsey, Sussex, 14 Edward II. (A.D. 1321), from the Muniments of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster.
199635: ---. - Original Documents. - Charter of Henry VII. to the Franciscan Friars at Greenwich, and an Inedited Seal of the Warden.
199619: ---. - Original Documents. - Being Contributions towards the History of Reading Abbey.
199614: ---. - Original Documents. - Roll of the Thirteenth Century containing various Legal Forms.
199608: ---. - Original Documents. - Benedictiones Ad Mensas Ekkehardi Monachi.
199597: ---. - Original Documents. - Licence, unfer the Privy Seal, to remit a Debt to Robert Bruce, in order that the Money might be applied towards the Ransomof a Prisoner in Scotland. Dated at York, Sept. 4th., 8 Edw. II. (A.D. 1314).
199590: ---. - Original Documents. - Exemplification of the Records at Caernarvon of two Charters and a Letter of Placard of Henry VII., in favor of the Inhabitants of the Counties of Merioneth, Caernarvon, and Anglesey. Dated I James I. (A.D. 1604).
199566: ---. - Original Documents. - Indulgence Granted by John Veysey, Bishop of Exeter (1519 - 1551), for the Maintenance of a Beacon-Light at the Chapel of St. Nicholas, Ilfracombe, Devon.
199572: ---. - Original Documents. - Writ of Henry III. relating to certain Disorders in the Realm subsequent to the Pardon of the Nobles who had taken Part with the Earl Marshal, dated June 6, A.D. 1234.
199540: ---. - Original Documents. - Grant in Confirmation of two Messuages and Land at Shareshill, Staffordshire, 29 Edw. III. (1355).
199533: ---. - Notes on some of the Churches in the Deaneries of Kerrier and Kenwith in Cornwall.
199500: ---. - Notices of Archaeological Publications. -- Sussex Archaeological Collections, relating to the History and Antiquities of the County.
199479: ---. - Original Documents. - Proceedings connected with a remarkable Charge of Sorcery, brought against James Richardson and others, in the Diocese of York, A.D. 1510.
199460: W.S.W. - Remarks on an Effigy of a Knight in Winchester Cathedral.
199461: ---. - Expenses of the Embassy to bring the Maid of Norway to Scotland, A.D. 1290.
199451: A.W. - Original Documents. - Certificate by the Black Prince regarding Thomas de Prayers, of Barthomley, Cheshire, dated 1343.
199458: ---. - The Visits of King Henry III. to the Northern Counties of England.
199445: ---. - Original Documents. - Bill of Medicines furnished for the use of Edward I. 34 and 35 Edw. I., 1306 - 7.
199418: ---. - Original Documents. - Regulations proposed for the Office of Arms in the Reign of Henry VIII.
199429: ---. - Original Documents. - Divination in the Fifteenth Century by Aid of a Magical Crystal.
199412: ---. - Original Documents. - The First Russian Embassy to England.
199414: W.S.W. - Some Remarks on a Casket at Goodrich Court.
199406: ---. - Original letter addressed to Henry IV., King of England, by Elisabetta, Duchess of Bavaria, dated Nov. 24, 1400.
199392: W.S.W. - The Hales at the New Temple on the occasion of the Knighting of Prince Edward.
199395: A.W. - Original Documents. - Agreement between the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's, London, and Walter the Orgoner, of Southwark, relating to a Clock in St. Paul's Church, dated November 22, 1344.
199365: A.W. - Original Documents. - The Will of Luke de Ponynges, Lord St. John, of Basyng, from a Copy in the Register of William of Wykeham.
199355: W.S.W. - Inventories of Plate, given to the College of Winchester, and to the College Chapel, by William of Wykeham, the Founder, and Subsequent Benefactors.
199324: A.W. - Original Documents. - Bond by the Abbot and Convent of Winchcombe.
199328: ---. - On the Assay Marks on Gold and Silver Plate.
199335: A.W. - Notice of Two Remarkable Globular Objects, found in Sussex and Gloucestershire.
199317: ---. - Original Documents. - Ancient Consuetudinary of the City of Winchester.
199300: A.W. - Notice of Remains of the Anglo-Saxon Period, discovered at Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire.
199301: A.W. - Silchester.
199293: W.S.W. - Some Remarks on Seals.
199294: A.W. - Examples of Medieval Seals.
199295: R.H. - Remarks on the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Oxford.
199296: ---. - On the Belgic Ditches, and the probable Date of Stonehenge.
199276: W.S.W. - On some marks of Cadency borne by the Sons of King Edward III, and by others of the Family of Plantagenet.
199253: A.W. - Account of Sepulchral Deposit, with Cinerary Urns, found at Porth Dafarch, in Holyhead Island.
199254: W.S.W. - On the Gad-whip Service, rendered at Caistor Church, for Lands at Broughton, Lincolnshire.
199233: I.H.P. - Domestic Architecture of the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries.
199238: A.W. - Memoir of Roman Remains and Villas discovered at Ickleton and Chesterford, in the course of recent Excavations by the Hon. Richard C. Neville, F.S.A.
199222: ---. - Notices of New Publications. - Examples of Decorative Tiles.
199230: I.W. - Berkshire Antiquities.
199208: R.C.H. - On Medieval Brickwork.
199214: B.F. - The Rood-Screen, Priory Church, Christchurch, Hants.
199220: A.W. - Notices of Ancient Ornaments and Appliances of Sacred Use. The Flabellum, Flabrum, Muscifugium, Alara or Ventilabrum.
199199: A.W. - Original Documents. - Survey of the Tower Armory in the Year 1660.
199201: ---. - Notices of New Publications. - A Guide to the Castle of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
199204: W.S.W. - Remarks on Medieval Heraldry, with a view to an Ordinary of Arms
199205: R.C.H. - Notice of recent Discoveries in Chester Cathedral.
199185: ---. - Notices of New Publications. - Hints on Glass Painting.
199189: I.H.P. - St. Mary's Church, Iffley, Oxfordshire.
199191: A.W. - Notices of Ancient Ornaments and Appliances of Sacred Use.
199192: ---. - Notices of New Publications. - The Churches of the Archdeaconry of Northampton.
199193: ---. - Notices of New Publications. - Chronicle of the Mayors and Sheriffs of London, from 1188 to 1274.
199196: I.H.P. - Low Side Windows.
199175: I.H.P. - On the Building called the King's House and other Architectural Remains in the Town of Southampton.
199177: ---. - Rules for Constructing a Pinnacle. As given by Mathias Roriczer in 1486.
199181: I.L.P. - Architectural Notes in the Neighbourhood of Cheltenham.
199183: I.H.P. - St. Mary's Church, Nun-Monkton, Yorkshire.
199160: ---. - Notices of New Publications. - The Ecclesiastical Architecture of Ireland, by George Petrie.
199170: J.L.P. - Stanton Lacy Church, near Ludlow, Shropshire.
199171: I.H.P. - On some Perforations in the Walls of Churches.
199149: E.P.S. - On Crannoges, and Remains Discovered in them.
199151: E.B. - On some Remains of the Work of William of Wykeham, at Windsor Castle.
199153: ---. - Archaeological Intelligence. - Primeval, and Saxon Period.
199155: J.W. - Antiquities found at Woodperry, Oxon.
199142: W.B. - Notice of a Roman Villa recently discovered at Wheatley, Near Oxford.
199143: I.H.P. - Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire.
199129: I.H.P. - Long Wittenham Church, Berkshire.
199130: I.H.P. - The Date of the Introduction of the Decorated Style of Architecture into England.
199106: J.I. - Iconography and Iconoclasm.
199091: ---. - A Collection of First Editions of the writings of the late Sir J.M. Barrie, BT., O.M.
199093: ---. - Henry Stevens 1879-1961
199094: C.R.S. - On Numismatics.
199095: C.W. - Painted Glass.
199100: W.S.W. - On Cross-legged Effigies commonly Appropriated to Templars.
199085: ---. - Records from the Sale of the Leiter Collection of Rare Americana. Held in New York on February 15-16, 1933
199086: ---. - The Library of Marie Louise, Archduchess of Austria. Sold at Sothebys 1933
199088: ---. - Records from the Sale of the Library of the Late Rev. Dr. Roderick Terry of Newport, Rhode Island. Held in New York, May 2-3, 1934.
199089: ---. - Records from the Sale of the Library of John B. Stetson, Jr. Held in New York, April 17-18, 1935.
199090: ---. - Records from the Sale of the Library of the late Seth Sprague Terry. Held in New York, December 4th-5th, 1935.
199084: ---. - Records from the Lothian Sale. Held in New York on January 27-28, 1932
199049: ---. - The Robert Louis Stevenson Library Auction Records
199040: ---. - Shakespeare Folio Auction Records.
198523: ---. - Roman Colonnade uncovered in Bailgate, London.
198524: ---. - On the Garter Stall-plate of Sir Charles Somerset, K.G., Earl of Worcester, 1514 - 25.
198504: ---. - A Sixteenth Century Mathematical Instrument Case.
198505: ---. - Notes on a Silver Dish with a figure of Dionysos from the Hindu Kush.
198481: ---. - On a Late-Celtic Bronze Collar from Wraxall, Somerset.
198482: ---. - On a Late-Celtic Dagger Sheath found in Oxfordshire.
198453: ---. - Silver-gilt Chalice and Paten found at Dolgelly
198427: ---. - Mace-head of the Borough of Ilchester
198426: ---. - Bronze Scabbard of Late-Celtic work found at Hunsbury Camp, near Northampton.
198391: ---. - Appendix. Two Ivory Panels of Early Date.
198392: ---. - Appendix. Sword of Robert Dudley earl of Leicester.
198377: ---. - The Seal of Cardinal Andrea de Valle, A.D. 1517, with remarks on some other cardinal's seals of that period, ascribed to Lautizio of Perugia, and to Cellini.
198368: ---. - The Standing Cup of the city of Westminster
198369: ---. - On an iron sword of Scandinavian type fouind in London, now in the British Museum; and a bronze stirrup of the same period found near Romsey, in Hampshire, in the possession of Philip B. Davis Cooke, Esq.
198370: ---. - Notes on a Danish sword-hilt found near Wallingford.
198347: ---. - On the Seal and Counterseal of the city of Rochester.
198247: ---. - On the Alban Necropolis, said to have been covered up by a Volcanic Eruption. Communicated through W.M. Wylie, Esq., F.S.A. by Padre Raffaele Garrucci, Hon. F.S.A.
198235: ---. - An Holograph Will of Edward Grimston., Esquire, made in 1449. Communicated by Joseph Jackson Howard, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A..; with some Remarks by Charles Spencer Perceval, Esq., LL.D.
198212: ---. - On Mediaeval Representations of the Months and Seasons. Communicated by James Fowler, Esq., F.S.A.
198217: ---. - On an Early French Deed, A.D. 1397, relating to the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. Exhibited by Edward Peacock, Esq.; with Remarks by C. Knight Watson, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.
198210: ---. - An Original Appointment of Sir John Fastolfe to be Keeper of the Bastille of St. Anthony at Paris in 1421; with Illustrative Remarks by John Gough Nichols, Esq., F.S.A.
198211: ---. - A Notice of some remarkable Inscriptions on Leaves of Lead, preserved in the Manuscript Department of the British Museum. Communicated by Walter De Gray Birch, Esq.
198199: ---. - On a Bronze Vessel from the province of Huelva, Spain.
198200: ---. - On an object of Bronze, of Archaic workmanship.
198196: ---. - On Ancient Bronze Helmets found in 1818 at Ogmore Down, Glamorganshire.
198197: ---. - On Antiquities from the neighbourhood of Abergele, North Wales.
198198: ---. - On a Gold Armlet of uncertain origin.
198177: ---. - On an Archaic Bronze Car lately brought to light in Rome.
198178: ---. - A Musical Inscription on the fourth Bell at St. Mary's, Oxford.
198189: ---. - Inventories and Valuations of Religious Houses at the time of the Dissolution, from the Public Record Office. With Prefaratory Remarks and Illustrative Notes by the Rev. Mackenzie E.C. Walcott, B.D., F.S.A.
198164: ---. - An Identification of the Compiler of a Manuscript in the possession of the Earl of Verulam, relating to a Treeaty between King Charles I. and the Parliament in 1648. In a Letter from John Bruce, Esq., F.S.A., to C. Knight Watson, Esq.
198169: ---. - An Inventory of the Effects of Henry Howard, K.G., Earl of Northampton, taken on his death in 1614, together with a transcript of his Will; prefaced by a Letter to Charles Spencer Perceval, Esq., LL.D... from Evelyn Philip Shirley, Esq., F.S.A.
198175: ---. - On Antiquities from Praeneste, Ostia, and Albano.
198176: ---. - On an Archaic Bronze Car from Transylvania.
198154: ---. - On an Anglo-Saxon Fibula in the Museum of the Society.
198140: ---. - On the Discovery of Sepulchral Remains at Veii and Praeneste by Padre Raffaele Garrucci; translated by W.M. Wylie, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.
198115: ---. - Letters from Sir Henry Wotton to King James I. and others.
198112: ---. - History of Winterton, in the County of Lincoln, by Abraham de la Pryme; with an introduction by Edward Peacock, Esq., F.S.A..
198105: ---. - Original Documents illustrative of the Administration of the Criminal Law in the time of Edward I; with Observations by Francis Morgan Nichols, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.
198088: ---. - A Roll of Arms of the Thirteenth Century: with Introductory Remarks by Weston Styleman Walford, Esq., F.S.A.
198089: ---. - Two Rolls of Arms of the Reign of King Edward the First; with some Prefatory Remarks by Charles Spencer Perceval, Esq., LL.D., F.S.A.
198096: ---. - Appendix. - Lost Monumental Brass of Thomas Waterdeyn, Mayor of Lynn.
198097: ---. - Appendix. - Gold Torques found near Romsey, Hants.
198098: ---. - Appendix. - Antiquities found at Colchester.
198082: ---. - Correpondence between the Society of Antiquaries and the Admiralty respecting the Tides in the Dover Channel, with reference to the Landing of Caesar in Britain, B.C, 55; together with Tables for the turning of the Tide-stream off Dover...
198077: ---. - Original Letters to the Tremoille family, chiefly from Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia: communicated by Monsieur Paul Marchegay; together with remarks on the same by Augustus W. Franks.
198013: ---. - On an unrecorded Contract entered into between ferdinand and Isabella, King and Queen of Castille and Leon, and Ferdinand, King of Sicily, for the Marriage of Isabella, eldest daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, with Ferdinand, Prince of Capua...1476
197999: ---. - History of the Boat which gave Peter the Great the first Thought of building the Russian Fleet.
197949: ---. - Papers relating to the Proposed Marriage of Queen Elizabeth with the Brother of the Emperor, in 1567.
197957: ---. - Letters from a Subaltern Officer of the Earl of Essex's Army, written in the Summer and Autumn of 1642; detailing the early movements of that portion of the Parliament Forces which was formed by the Volunteers of the Metropolis; and their further...
197944: ---. - Farewell Address of General Ludlow to the authorities of Vevay
197933: ---. - Report of the Committee appointed by the Councilof the Society of Antiquaries to investigate the circumstances attending the recent Discovery of a Body in St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster.
197914: ---. - Communication from William Chaffers, Jun., Esq., F.S.A., addressed to J.Y. Akerman, Esq., Secretary, accompanying the Exhibition of numerous Glass Vessels, and other Antiquities of the Roman Period, found at Nismes.
197909: ---. - Rules of the Free School at Saffron Walden, in Essex, in the reign of Henry VIII.
197910: ---. - The Seal of Chaucer: Copy of the Deed to which it is appended: Copy of a public Instrument notifying to him his removal from his Office of Clerk of the King's Works.
197900: ---. - Note from J. Payne Collier, Esq., V.P. to the Resident Secretary, on the ancient Crosier of the Bishops of Waterford and Lismore, the property of the Duke of Devonshire, and sent by his Grace for exhibition before the Society.
197873: ---. - Copy of a short Memoir on the Means considered fit for putting the Forces of England in Order at the time of the Invasion from the Spaniards was expected in 1587; preserved in Harleian MS. 168, fol. 110.
197875: ---. - Some unpublished particulars respecting Henry Algernon Percy, the sixth Earl of Northumberland of that family.
197862: ---. - Observations by the Marquess of Northampton, Pres. R.S., F.S.A., upon a Greek Vase discovered in Etruria, now in his Lordship's possession: bearing the name of the fabricator Nicosthenes.
197867: ---. - Copy of an Historical document, printed by Machlinia, dated in 1475.
197856: ---. - Direction for the Receiving of the Corpse of Elizabeth Queen of Henry VII. by the Lord Mayor and Commonalty of London.
197845: ---. - Inedited Letters of Queen Henrietta Maria and Oliver Cromwell.
197846: ---. - Account of the Muster of the Citizens of London in the 31st year of the reign of Henry VIII.
197838: ---. - Extracts in Prose and Verse from an Old English Medical Manuscript, Preserved in the Royal Library at Stockholm. Communicated by George Stephens through Sir Henry Ellis.
197811: ---. - Account of the Ceremonial of the Marriage of the Princess Margaret, sister of King Edward the Fourth, to Charles, Duke of Burgundy, in 1468.
197790: ---. - Observations on the Institution of the Most Noble Order of the Garter..... from the Accounts of the Great Wardrobe Of King Edward the Third.... 1344... to 1349.
197672: ---. - Charters relative to the Priory of Trulegh in Kent.
197673: ---. - Survey of the Manor and Forest of Clarendon, Wiltshire, in 1272.
197678: ---. - Ordo Ad Benedicendam Seu Dedicandam Basilicam.
197667: ---. - Copies of Original Papers, illustrative of the Management of Literature by Printers and Stationers in the middle of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth.
197669: ---. - Proclamation of Henry the Eighth on his Marriage with Queen Anne Boleyn.
197649: ---. - Remarks on the Coins of the Kings of Mercia.
197650: ---. - Roman Pavement at Worplesdon, in Surrey.
197651: ---. - Inscription upon a Chimney-piece, recently discovered in the Governor's House in the Tower of London.
197652: ---. - Arthur's Stone, a Cromlech in the District of Gower.
197653: ---. - Inscription from a Chapel at Tours, in France.
197654: ---. - A Dissertation on St. AEthelwold's Benedictional, an illuminated MS. of the 10th Century, in the Library of his Grace the Duke of Devonshire.
197655: ---. - Transcripts of three Letters illustrative of English History.
197645: ---. - Letters from King Henry VI. to the Abbot of St. Edmundsbury, and to the Alderman and Bailiffs of the town, for the suppression of the Lollards.
197646: ---. - Narrative of the Visit of the Duke de Najera to England, in the year 1543-4; written by his Secretary, Pedro de Gante.
197636: ---. - Copy of a Manuscript Tract, entitled A Brief Discovery of the great Purpresture of New Buildings nere to the Cittie, written in the time of King James the First.
197639: ---. - Letter addressed by John Gage, Esq. F.R.S., Director, to Henry Petrie, Esq., accompanying drawings of Remains of the Prior of Lewes' Hostelry, in the Parish of St. Olave, Southwark.
197629: ---. - Account of some subterranean Chambers discovered near Carrigtohill, County of Cork, and at Ballyhendon, near Fermoy in the same County.
197630: ---. - Account of some Architectural and Sculptural Remains at Paestum; with Observations on the reference the latter may bear to the Mythological History of that City.
197627: ---. - Petition of Richard Troughton, Bailiff of South Witham, Lincolnshire, to the Privy Council in the reign of Queen Mary, relating to the share taken by him in the Duke of Northumberland's Plot.
197628: ---. - Transcript of an original Manuscript, containing a Memorial from George Constantyne to Thomas Lord Cromwell.
197563: ---. - An Account of the First Battle of St. Albans from a contemporary Manuscript.
197500: ---. - A Letter from W.E. Rouse Boughton, Esq., F.R.S. to the Rev. Stephen Weston, B.D. respecting some Egyptian Antiquities.
197472: H. - The Confessions of a Catholic Socialist.
197462: ---. - Queen Elizabeth and the Foreign Ambassadors.
197389: ---. - Anglicanism and early British Christianity
197375: ---. - Two lives of our Lord: Father Coleridge's and Dr. Joseph Grimm's
197361: ---. - Religion in the North. The current state of religion in Cumberland and Westmoreland.
197354: J.C.H. - Mr. Henry George and the Land; a review in letter form of George's work, Progress and Poverty, along with other works on the subject.
197342: ---. - The childhood of religions
197337: ---. - Ireland
197328: ---. - The Land League and the Land Act. The Land Law (Ireland ) Act, 1881.
197321: ---. - Canossa; the Life of Gregory VII, preceded by a sketch of the History of the Papacy to the 11th century. With special reference to Henry IV's submission to the Pope.
197322: ---. - The Distress in Ireland. Based on the Parliamentary Reports on Agriculture, Measures for Relief, etc. in Ireland.
197323: ---. - A New Light on an Old Question. The authorship of The Imitation of Christ.
197315: ---. - The French President and the New Chamber of Deputies.
197316: ---. - General Ignatieff; a critical account of his career as a Russian diplomat.
197317: ---. - The Channel Islands.
197318: ---. - Christian Charity and Political Economy. Part I & II.
197319: ---. - The Renaissance and Liberty. The writings of John Addington Symonds on the Italian Renaissance.
197320: ---. - The Legend of Provence. St. Mary Magdalene was alleged to have accompanied bishop Maximin to France where she died and was buried in a tomb over which a church was later built, etc.
197312: ---. - A Critical History of the Sonnet, English, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish. Including one composed by St. Teresa of Avila in Spanish with an English translation by Cardinal Wiseman.
197314: ---. - Turkey and Russia.
197304: ---. - Bishop Pecock, His Character and Fortunes.
197305: ---. - Father Coleridge, S.J. on the Gospels; the Public Life of our Lord Jesus Christ. Vol.1. A summary and review.
197306: ---. - Prince Bismarck's Speeches. Premiership of Prussia; Polish Question; Schleswig Holstein Question, etc.
197299: ---. - Prussian and Italian Diplomacy in 1866 ; the political and military events surrounding the declaration of war against Austria.
197291: ---. - Parliament and Catholic Education. A concise summary of various English and Irish views on the subject.
197285: ---. - The International Society. An article on French civil war inspired by the society's ideals.
197286: ---. - Pius IX and the Revolution. The effect of Victor Emmanuel's sizure of Rome on the temporal powers of the Papacy, etc.
197267: ---. - The authorship of the Epistle to the Hebrews
197269: ---. - Dr. Lee on Anglican orders
197270: ---. - The Education Bill
197274: ---. - Dogmatic constitution of the Catholic faith
197260: ---. - The Church and Napoleon I.
197261: ---. - Dr. Gillow of Ushaw's Letter on Catholic Higher Education in England.
197262: ---. - Subterranean Rome; Christian archaeology, Christian art and architecture, etc. in the Eternal City.
197263: ---. - Authority of the Scholastic Philosophy. Dogmatic Theology and Cartesian Philosophy.
197264: ---. - Psychologism and Ontologism. A discussion on the matter raised in Meynell's pamhlet, Padre Liberatore and the Ontologists, and the views of Rome.
197248: ---. - The Celtic Language and Dialects. A review of The College Irish Grammar, by Rev. Ulick Bourke and The Gaelic Language; its Classical Affinities, etc. by Stuart Blackie.
197249: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. Franco -Italian Convention, GermanyBaden, etc.
197251: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. Recent Papal Encyclical and its reception abroad.
197252: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. The Recent Italian Revolution and its Implications.
197255: ---. - Foreign events of Catholic interest
197256: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. The Recent Italian Elections, Belgium, etc.
197239: ---. - Outlines of the Gospel History; the findings of the Harmonists and their problems.
197240: ---. - The Christian Schools of Alexandria. Clement of Alexandria and other Christian teachers.

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