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33525: TITCOMBE (MARIANNE FLETCHER) - The Bookbinding Career of Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt.
22290: TITE (COLIN G.C.) - The Early Records of Sir Robert Cotton's Library. Formation, Cataloguing, Use.
27511: TOBACCO. - Condições dos Contratos geraes do tabaco destes reinos, ilhas adjacentes, Macao, e das saboarias, feito com Joao Paulo Cordeiro, Antonio Maya, e mais socios, que nestas se declarao. Por tempo de nove annos, que haõ de principar no primeiro de Janeiro de mil oitocentos e trinta, e acabar no ultimo de Dezembro de mil oitocentos trinta e dois, em prco e quantia de mil e quatrocentos contos de reis cada anno, livres para a Fazenda Real.
26768: TOBACCO. - Extracts from: Antiques - Victoriana, Boxes, Fans, Chinese Bronze, Jade & Ceramics, Samplers, Pipes & Tobacco Jars, Porcelain, Clocks & Watches. [The extracts are: "The Golden Age of Boxes" 52-63pp., by Kenneth Blakemore. "Pipes Through the Ages" 90-104pp., & "Old Tobacco Jars" 104-115pp., by Roger Fresco-Corbo.
26721: TOBACCO. - Catalogue of Books Relating to Tobacco Collected by W. Bragge. Sold by Auction by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 1st day of June, 1882. [Photocopy obtained from Birmingham Reference Library].
31900: TOBLER (TITUS) - Bibliographia Geographica Palaestinae. Kritische Uebersicht Gedruckter und Ungdruckter Beschreibungen der Reisen in Heilige Land.
17371: TODD (WILLIAM B.) - A Bibliography of Edmund Burke. Soho Bibliographies XVII.
13564: TODD (WILLIAM B.) - Suppressed Commentaries on the Wiseian Forgeries. Addendum to an Enquiry.
10710: TODD (HENRY JOHN) - Some Account of the Deans of Canterbury; From the New Foundation of that Church, by Henry the Eighth, to the Present Time. To Which is Added a Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Church Library.
32487: TODD (WILLIAM B.) EDITOR. - Hume and the Enlightenment. Essays Presented to Ernest Campbell Mossner.
20101: TODD (WILLIAM B.) EDITOR. - Thomas J. Wise; Centenary Studies. Essays by John Carter, Graham Pollard & William B. Todd.
20211: TODD (WILLIAM B.) - A Bibliography of Edmund Burke.
32666: TOLET (FRANÇOIS) - A Treatise of Lithotomy: or, Of the Extraction of the Stone out of the Bladder. Written in French by Mr. Tolet, Lithotomist in the Hospital of the Charity at Paris. Translated into English by A. Lovell.
33899: TOMASININ (JAC PHILIPPI) - De tesseris Hospitalitatis Liber singualris, In quo hospitii universum, apud veteres potissimum, expenditur. Amstelodami, Sumptibus Andreæ Frissi 1670. 12mo, engraved frontispiece by F. Bloteling, engraved vignette on title, 9 engraved plates (2 folding) illustrations in the text, index at end, , 227,  pp. [Bound with:-] TOMASININ (Jac Philippi) Episcopi Æmoniensis Titvs Livivs Patvinvs.
33066: TOMES (SIR JOHN) - On the Construction and Application of Forceps for extracting Teeth. Illustrated with wood-cuts. From the London Medical Gazette of June 4th, 1841.
33130: TOMLINS (SIR THOMAS EDLYNE) - A Familiar Explanation of the Law of Wills and Codicils; and the Law of Executors and Administrators; and the Law of Descent and Distribution, in case no Will is made: containing plain and practical Instructions for making, executing, and proving Wills; and for the General Conduct of Executors and Administrators; (Particularly under the Legacy Bill, just passed), with proper forms of Wills, ..... Intended for the use of persons desirous of making their own Wills, and families unacquainted with Law.
33759: TOMLINSON (JOHN) - The Level of Hatfield Chace, and Parts adjacent.
26631: TOMLINSON (LIEUTENANT [ROBERT]) - A Plan for a Practicable, Easy, and Constitutional Method, of Manning the Royal Navy, upon any Emergency, without the usual mode of Impressing Seamen; Rendered intelligible to those who are unacquainted with Maritime Affairs: Illustrated by several Tables, calculated to explain the Whole. And most humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Ministry and of the Legislature.
33758: TOMLINSON (JOHN) - Doncaster from the Roman Occupation to the Present Time.
35079: TOMLINSON (WILLIAM) - Bookcloth 1823-1980.
19559: TØNSBERG (JEPPE) - Offentlige Bibliotker i Romerriget.
35492: TOOKE (JOHN HORNE) - A Letter to a Friend, on the reported Marriage of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
28849: TOOLEY (R.V.) - Maps and Map-Makers.
25630: TOOLEY (R.V.) - English Books with Coloured Plates 1790 to 1860. A Bibliographical Account of the Most Important Books Illustrated by English Artists in Colour Aquatint and Colour Lithography.
31633: TOOLEY (R.V.) - English Books with Coloured Plates 1790 to 1860. A Bibliographical Account of the Most Important Books Illustrated by English Artists in Colour Aquatint and Colour Lithography.
28549: TOOLEY (R.V.) - Maps and Map-Makers.
32754: TOOLEY (R.V.) - Collectors' Guide to Maps of The African Continent and Southern Africa.
33140: TOPLADY (AUGUSTUS) - Free-Will and Merit fairly examined: or, Men not their own Saviors [sic]. The Substance of a Sermon, Preached, in the Parish Church of St. Anne, Black-Friars, London, on Wednesday, May 25, 1774.
33145: TOPLADY (AUGUSTUS MONTAGUE) - A Memoir of some principal circumstances in the Life and Death of the Reverend and Learned Augustus Montague Toplady, B. A. Late Vicar of Broad Hembury, Devon: To which are added, written by himself, the Dying Believer's Address to his Soul, and His own last Will and Testament.
33156: TOPLADY (AUGUSTUS) - Joy in Heaven, and the Creed of Devils. Two Sermons preached October 29, 1775.
32750: TOURNEUX (MAURICE) - Prosper Merimee. Sa Bibliographie.
33059: DUCLOS (M.) DE TOURS - De la Première Dentition et des accidents qui peuvent la compliquer.
19604: MUNBY (A.N.L.) & TOWNER (LAWRENCE W.) - The Flow of Books and Manuscripts. Papers Read at a Clark Library Seminar.
30772: INDEX OF YORKSHIRE TOWNS. - Nomina Villarum Eboracensium: or, an Index of all the Towns and Villages in the County of York, Alphabetically digested. Shewing, at one View, within what Riding, Wapontake, and Liberty each Town and Village is situate; also the Borough Towns, Parishes, and Chapelries; and the Market-Towns, with the Market and Fair-Days. - Also containing the Names of all the Lords and Chief Baliffs of Liberties, with the proper Directions to them of Warrants on Writs. - Together with the Names and Places of Abode of all the Chief Constables of Wapontakes and Liberties, Coroners and Bailiffs within the County of York.
26722: TOBACCO TRADE. - A History of the Tobacco Trade. Imperial Group Brochure No. 1-9.
32791: TRADE. - National Oeconomy recommended, as the only Means of retrieving our Trade and securing Liberties; occasioned by the Perusal of the late Report of a Committee of the House of Commons relating to the Army, by which, many gross and important Abuses appear to have been committed in that Article of the Publick Expence, for many Years past, as proved by Abstracts of the said Report. In a Letter to a Member of the said Committee.
30989: COUNTRY TRADESMAN. - The Trade of England revived: and the Abuses thereof Rectified, in relation to Wooll and Woollen-Cloth, Silk and Silk-Weavers, Hawkers, Bankrupts, Stage-Coaches, Shop-keepers, Companies, Markets, Linnen-Cloath. Also what Statutes in force may be injurious to Trade and Tradesmen, with several Proposals. Humbly offered to this present Parliament.
34302: [FREDERICK II, KING OF PRUSSIA] SMITH (CAPTAIN C. H.) TRANSLATOR. - Secret Strategical Instructions, of Frederic the Second, for his Inspectors General. Translated from the German, by Captain C. H. Smith.
30945: FLETCHER (THOMAS) TRANSLATOR. - Arithmetick made so Easy, that it may be learned without a Master: after a New and Concise Method; the Like not yet Extant. Translated from the French, by Thomas Fletcher,
20335: FERSIN (NICHOLAS) TRANSLATOR. - The Florentine Fior di Virtu of 1491. Translated into English with Facsimiles of all the Original Wood Cuts. [With an Introduction by Lessing J. Rosenwald].
27902: [TOOK (WILLIAM)] TRANSLATOR. - Accounts and Extracts of the Manuscripts in the Library of the King of France. Published under the Inspection of a Committee of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris. Translated from the French.
27139: SIMMONS (J.S.G.) EDITOR AND TRANSLATOR. - Tromonin's Watermark Album. A Facsimile of the Moscow 1844 Edition. With Additional Materials by S.A. Klepikov.
31997: WEEDON (L. L.) TRANSLATOR. - Grimm's Fairy Tales. With Ten Coloured Plates by Ada Dennis and Numerous Illustrations by E. Stuart Hardy and others.
35371: TRANSPORTATION. - First [Second & Index] Report from the Select Committee on Transportation; Together with the Minutes of Evidence, and Appendix. London: Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed, 1856. 3 vols., folio, iv, 183, ; iv, 204; iv, 64, pp., stamp of "Home Office Library", stitched as issued, orig. blue wrappers, spines lightly chipped. [Sold with:] Report from the Select Committee on Transportation...
26583: TREDGOLD (THOMAS) - Elementary Principles of Carpentry; a Treatise on the Pressure and Equilibrium of Beams and Timber Frames; the Resistance of Timber; and the Construction of Floors, Roofs, Centres, Bridges, &c. with Practical Rules and Examples. To which is added an Essay on the Nature an Properties of Timber, including the methods of Seasoning, and the causes and Prevention of Decay, with Descriptions of the kinds of Wood used in Building. Also numerous tables of the scantlings of Timber for different purposes, the specific gravitates of materials &c.
29157: TREMAINE (MARIE) - A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints 1751-1800.
23900: TREMBLOT (JEAN) - Bibliotheques et Armoiries des Academies Royales de Paris. Precede d'une Lettre de G. Lacour-Gayet.
13091: TREPTOW (OTTO) - John Siberch, Johann Lair von Siegburg.
14035: TREZISE (F.J.) - Design and Color in Printing.
26082: MARITIME CAMPAIGN & TRIAL. - The Maritime Campaign of 1778. A Collection of all the Papers Relative to the Operations of the English and French Fleets. To which are added, Strictures upon the Publications made in France, by Order of the Ministry, Concerning the Engagement on the 27th of July; Illustrated with Charts and Plates, on Six Copper-plates, by J. M. a Lieutenant in the Fleet. Printed for William Faden. 1778. First Edition, folio, iv,-24pp., 6 partly coloured large engraved folding plates. [Bound with:] The Trial (at Large) of James Hill; otherwise, James Hind; otherwise, James Actzen: for Feloniously, Wilfully, and Maliciously, setting Fire to the Rope-House, in His Majesty's dock-yard at Portsmouth. Tried at the assize, at Winchester, on Thursday, March 6, 1777... Taken, in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney...
35573: TRIAL. - The whole proceedings of an Information exhibited at the instance of the Honourable the East-India Company, against Robert Henshaw, Esq. Custom-Master of Bombay, for Corruption in Office, and receiving presents, in violation of the Act 33 Geo. 111, Cap. 52. Tried by a special Jury, in the Court of the Recorder of Bombay, on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1805, and the three following days, before the Hon. Sir James Mackintosh, Knt. Recorder.
30901: NORTH AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES. - Some Account of the Conduct of the religious Society of Friends towards the Indian Tribes in the Settlement of the Colonies of East and West Jersey and Pennsylvania: with a brief Narrative of their labours for the Civilization and Christian Instruction of the Indians, from the time of their settlement in America, to the year 1843. Published by the Aborigines' Committee of the Meeting for Sufferers.
34783: TRIMMER (REV. KIRBY) - Flora of Norfolk: A Catalogue of Plants Found in the County of Norfolk. [With:] Supplement.
31813: TRIPE (JOHN W.) - On the Medical Meteorology of the Metropolis for the Years 1859, 1860, and 1861. Reprinted from Proceedings of the British Meteorological Society, 1862, June 18.
31814: TRIPE (JOHN W.) - Relations of Meteorological Phenomena to Health. [Read at the] Conference on Thursday, July 17, 1884, International Health Exhibition, London.
31815: TRIPE (JOHN W.) - An inaugural address on some of the relations of meteorological phenomena to man: delivered before the Society of Medical Officers of Health, October, 1882.
35016: TRIPP (F. E.) - British Mosses, Their Homes, Aspects, Structure, and Uses.
32368: TROEYER (BENJAMIN DE) - Bio-Bibliographia Franciscana Neerlandica Saeculi XVI.
30821: TROLLOPE (ANTHONY) - Mr. Scarborough's Family.
21307: TRUMAN (EDWIN) - The Truman Collections. Catalogue of the General Library...
31187: TRUSLER (JOHN) - Practical Husbandry; or, the Art of Farming, with a certainty of gain: as practised by Judicious Farmers in this Country. The Result of Experience and Long Observation. By Dr. John Trusler, of Cobham, Surry. In this Work is contained all the Knowledge necessary in the plain Business of Farming, unincumbered with Theory, Speculation, or Experimental Enquiry; also, a Number of Estimates of the Expences and Profits of different Crops in the common Way, taken from Minutes kept; and a Variety of useful Remarks, not to be met with in any Books of Agriculture. Together with Directions for Measuring Timber.
34429: TRYE (CHARLES BRANDON) - Essay of some of the Stages of the Operation of Cutting for the Stone.
20766: TSCHICHOLD (JAN) - Meisterbuch der Schrift. Ein Lehrbuch mit vorbildlichen Schriften aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart für Schriftenmaler, Graphiker, Bildhauer, Graveure, Lithographen, Verlagshersteller, Buchdrucker, Architekten und Kunstschulen.
32170: TUCHMANN (MARO) - The Exploration of the Urethra and Bladder.
34116: TUKE (JOHN) - General View of the Agriculture of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
34118: TUKE (JOHN) - General View of the Agriculture of the North Riding of Yorkshire. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
30532: TULL (JETHRO) - The Horse-Hoing Husbandry: or, an Essay on the Principles of Tillage and Vegetation. Wherein is shewn a method of introducing a sort of vineyard-culture into the corn-fields, in order to increase their product, and diminish the common expence; by the use of instruments described in cuts. [Bound with:] A Supplement to the Essay on Horse-Hoing Husbandry...
30722: PSALM TUNES. - A Collection of Psalm Tunes with a Thorough Bass for the Harpsicord or Organ with several Hymns, Anthems, & Divine Songs. Adapted to the Voice [Sic., i.e.Violin, & German-Flute].
31983: TURBERVILL (J.P.) - Ewenny Priory Monastery and Fortress.
31970: TURBERVILL (J.P.) - Ewenny Priory Monastery and Fortress.
33907: TURKEY. - Some remarks on a late pamphlet, intituled, Reflections on the Expediency of Opening the Trade to Turky [sic] ..... By a sincere well-wisher to the Trade and Prosperity of Great Britain.
31917: TURLEY (RAYMOND V.) EDITOR. - Hampshire & Isle of Wight Bibliographies: Selected Nineteenth Century Sources.
35576: TURNBULL (ALEXANDER) - An Investigation into the Remarkable Medicinal Effects resulting from the External Application of Veratria.
30938: TURNER (RICHARD) - A New and Easy Introduction to universal Geography; in a Series of Letters to a Youth at School: describing the Figure, Motions, and Dimension of the Earth; the different Seasons of the Year; the Situation and Extent of the several Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Provinces, their Government, Customs, Religion, Manners, and the Characters of the reigning Sovereigns. Illustrated with Copper-Plates and a new Set of Maps, drawn and engraved by the best Artists, on Purpose for this Work. To this edition is now first added, a large map of the World, on which are delineated the different Tracts of Captain Cook's Ships in his three Voyages round the World; also a Plate of the Terrestrial Globe, and a Plate of a New and Curious Geographical Clock.
30381: TURNER (DAWSON) - A Synopsis of the British Fuci.
31346: TURNER (WILLIAM) - The Convolutions of the Human Cerebrum Topographically Considered.
10731: TURRINI (GIUSEPPE) - Millennium Scriptorii Veronensis dal IVo al XVo Secolo. Esempi di Scrittura Veronese Scelti dai Preziosi Tesori della Biblioteca Capitolare di Verona.
31192: TURTON (WILLIAM), ASSISTED BY HIS DAUGHTER. - A Conchological Dictionary of the British Islands.
26970: TUSSER (THOMAS) - A hundreth good pointes of husbandrie.... of good husbandry, maintaineth good household, with huswifry. House heping and husbandry, if it be good: must loue one another, as cousins in blood. The wife to, must husband as well as the man: or farewel thy husbandry, doe what thou can. Set forth by Thomas Tusser, Gentleman; Servant to the Honorable Lord Paget of Beaudesert. Copied from the First Edition, 1557.
34516: TWAMLEY (CHARLES) - History of Dudley Castle and Priory, including a Genealogical Account of the Families of Sutton and Ward.
31078: TWEEDIE (ALEC) - Mexico as I saw it. Illustrated from photographs by the author.
31474: TWYMAN (MICHAEL) - Lithography 1800-1850. The Techniques of Drawing on Stone in England and France and their Application in Works of Typography.
10734: TWYMAN (MICHAEL) - Early Lithographed Books. A Study of the Design and Production of Improper Books in the Age of the Hand Press.
34036: TWYN (JOHN) - An Exact Narrative of the Tryal and Condemnation of John Twyn, for Printing and Dispersing a Treasonable Book. With the Tryals of Thomas Brewster, Bookseller. Simon Dover, Printer. Nathan Brooks, Bookbinder. For Printing, Publishing, and Uttering of Seditious, Scandalous, and Malitious Pamphlets. At Justice-Hall in the Old-Bayly London, the 20th. and 22th. of February 1663/4. Published by authority.
35485: TYERS (THOMAS) - Political Conferences between several Great Men, in the last and present Century. With Notes by the Editor, Thomas Tyers, Esq. of the Inner Temple.
27286: TYPE SPECIMEN. J. ROBERTS & SONS, SALFORD. - Specimens of Type, Borders, Ornaments, &c., in the Office of J. Roberts & Sons, General and Commercial Printers, Stationers, &c., 168, Chapel Street, Salford.
14280: TYPOGRAPHY. - Depositio Cornuti Typographici, a Mirthful Play Performed at the Confirmation of a Journeyman. A Translation from the German by William Blades. Edited with an Introduction by James Moran.
32948: TYSON (JAMES) - The Cell Doctrine: Its History and Present State. For the use of Students in Medicine and Dentistry. Also, a Copious Bibliography of the Subject.
33371: TYPE SPECIMEN. ULLMER (FREDERICK) - Specimens of Types, Borders, and Ornaments, kept in stock by Frederick Ullmer, (late F. Ullmer and Son,) 15, Old Bailey, London.
32381: UNDERHILL (ARTHUR STOPFORD) - Carbonaceous Infarction of Colliers' Lungs. A Thesis read for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine, Univ. Dubl.
30235: OXFORD UNIVERSITY. - Oxford University Calendar.
22083: UNTERKIRCHER (FRANZ) - Abendländische Buchmalerei Miniaturen aus Handschriften der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek. Mit einem Vorwort von Josef Stummvoll.
20973: UNTERKIRCHER (F.) - Le Livre du Cueur d'Amours Espris. The National Library, Vienna.
18758: UPCOTT (WILLIAM) - A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works Relating to English Topography.
18236: UPCOTT (WILLIAM) - A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works Relating to English Topography.
31690: UPCOTT (WILLIAM) - A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works Relating to English Topography.
35094: ROUVEYRE (EDOUARD) & UZANNE (OCTAVE) - Miscellanées Bibliographiques...
21986: VACHON (MARIUS) - La Bibliothèque du Louvre et la Collection Bibliographique Motteley.
34472: BOOKBINDING. GHELLINCK VAERNEWYCK (LE VICOMTE DE) - La Reliure Flamande au XVe Siècle. Discours prononcé à la séance d'installation du bureau de l'Académie pour l'année 1901.
26788: VALENTINELLI (GIUSEPPE) - Bibliografia del Friuli.
10739: VALSECCHI (FELICE) EDITOR. - Incunaboli dell'Ambrosiana. [A only].
35282: VANCOUVER (CHARLES) - General View of the Agriculture of Devon: with Observations on the Means of its Improvement. Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
25361: VARMA (DEVENDRA P.) - The Evergreen Tree of Diabolical Knowledge.
32319: VARMA (DEVENDRA P.) - The Evergreen Tree of Diabolical Knowledge.
34357: DESIGNS FOR VASES. - Vases, Modern and Antique, from Various Examples, Proper for Metal, Stone, or Wood. Engraved on Thirty-Nine Plates.
34219: VAUGHAN (WALTER) - An Essay, Philosophical and Medical Concerning Modern Clothing.
28013: VEKENE (EMIL VAN DER) - Bemerkenswerte Einbande in der Nationalbibliothek zu Luxemburg.
23991: VELLEKOOP (JACQUES) - Ernest Philip Goldschmidt 1887-1954. Reprinted from the Summer Edition of "The Book Collector".
32636: BOOKS PRINTED ON VELLUM. [PRAET (JOSEPH BASILE BERNARD VAN)] - Catalogue des Livres Imprimés sur Vélin de la Bibliothéque du Roi.
35472: VENABLES (EDMUND) - Walks through the Streets of Lincoln. Two Lectures.
33107: VENERONI (SIGNOR) - The Complete Italian Master: Containing the Best and Easiest Rules for Attaining that Language.
35411: CARACCIOLO (MARELLA) & VENTURI (FRANCESCO) - Houses & Palaces of Majorca.
29071: VENZKE (ANDREAS) - Johannes Gutenberg: Der Erfinder des Buchdrucks.
24386: VERDIER (PIERRE LE) - L'Amelier de Guillaume Le Talleur. Premier Imprimeur Rouennais Histoire et Bibliographie.
32017: VERNEY (SIR HARRY) - Our Quarrel with Russia.
31795: DARBY (H. C.) & VERSEY (G. R.) - Domesday Gazetteer.
26228: VERTUE (GEORGE) - A Description of the Works of the Ingenious Delineator and Engraver Wenceslaus Hollar, Disposed into Classes of Different Sorts; With some Account of His Life.
35135: VERVLIET (HENDRIK D.L.) EDITOR. - The Book Through Five Thousand Years. Introduction by Herman Liebaers. Afterword by Ruari McLean.
23848: VERVLIET (HENDRIK D.L.) EDITOR. - Post-Incunabula and their Publishers in the Low Countries. A selection based on Wouter Nijhoff's 'L'Art typgraphique' published in commemoration of the 125th anniversary of Martinus Nijhoff on January 1, 1978.
28286: CARTER (HARRY) & VERVLIET (H.D.L.) - Civilite Types.
33316: MIDDLE HILL PRESS. EDWARD I. - HENRY VI. - Heredes ex inquisitionibus post mortem, a primo Edwardi I. A.D. 1272 ad decimum Henrici VIti. A.D. 1439. Ex MSS. Phillipps no. 6538. Pars I. Curante D. T. Phillipps, bart.
32284: VICAIRE (GEORGES) - Manuel de l'Amateur de Livres du XIXe Siecle 1801-1893.
29096: VICAIRE (G.) - Bibliographie Gastronomique. A Bibliography of Books Appertaining to Food and Drink and Related Subjects, from the Beginning of Printing to 1890. Introduction by André L. Simon.
16445: VICAIRE (GEORGES) - Bibliographie Gastronomique.
32772: HANOTAUX (GABRIEL) & VICAIRE (GEORGES) - La Jeunesse de Balzac. Balzac imprimeur. Balzac et Madame de Berny. Nouvelle édition augmentée de la correspondance de Balzac et de Madame de Berny.
31399: VICAIRE (GEORGES) - Bibliographie Gastronomique.
33045: VICTORY. - The Victory; or, the Captain Done Over.
18801: VIELLIARD (FRANÇOISE) - Manuscrits Français du Moyen Âge. Introduction de Jacques Monfrin.
26009: CHELTENHAM VIEWS. - Views in Cheltenham and its Vicinity.
26012: LITHOGRAPH VIEWS. - Selections from a Sketch Book, Twenty Four Views.
30510: BOURDÉ DE VILLEHUET (JACQUES) - The Manoeuverer, or Skilful Seaman: being an essay on the Theory and Practice of the various movements of a ship at sea, As well as of Naval Evolutions In General. Translated from the French of Mr. Bourdé de Villehuet, by the Chevalier de Sauseuil... Illustrated with thirteen copperplates; Five of which, with many interesting Observations interspersed through the Work, by way of Notes, are the Production of an English Officer. Dedicated To His Royal Highness Prince William-Henry.
34078: VINAZA (CONDE DE LA) - Bibliografía Española de Lenguas Indígenas de America.
23871: VOET (PROF. DR. LEON) - The Plantin Press (1555-1589). A Bibliography of the Works Printed and Published by Christopher Plantin at Antwerp and Leiden.
31769: VOGEL (HEINER) - Bilderbogen und Wurfelspiel.
26259: VOLKMANN (LUDWIG) - Iconografia Dantesca. The Pictorial Representations to Dante's Divine Comedy. Revised and Augmented by the Author, with a Preface by Charles Sarolea.
33970: VOLTAIRE (FRANÇOIS MARIE AROUET DE) - An Essay upon the Civil Wars of France, extracted from curious Manuscripts. And also upon the Epick Poetryof the European Nations, from Homer down to Milton. By Mr. de Voltaire. The Second Edition, corrected and revise'd by the Author.
30998: VOLTAIRE (FRANÇOIS MARIE AROUET DE) - The Pupil of Nature; A True History, found among the Papers of Father Quesnel. Translated from the original French of Mons. de Voltaire.
27594: VOORN (HENK) - The Paper Mills of Denmark & Norway and their Watermarks.
32291: VORONOFF (SERGE) - Greffes Testiculaires. Paris: Octave Doin, 1923. First edition, large 8vo, 83, pp., 19 illustrs., presentation inscription from the author, text browned, half-title loose, later cloth. [Sold with:] ----. Testicular grafting from ape to man. Operative technique, Histological evolution, Physiological manifestations. [s.n., 1937?]. 15, pp., caption title, lower corner of first leaf torn away (effecting a couple of words). [Sold with:] ----. La Greffe Testiculaire du Singe a l'Homme. Technique operatoire, Evolution Histologique, Manifestations Physiologiques. Extrait de "Technique Chirurgicale" Bo. 4 - Juin 1937.
19405: GROOT (IRENE DE) & VORSTMAN (ROBERT) - Maritime Prints by the Dutch Masters.
14798: VOULLIÉME (PROF. DR. E.) - Die Deutschen Drucker des Fünfzehnten Jahrhunderts... Zweite Auflage.
34188: ARCTIC VOYAGES. - Arctic Voyages: Being an Account of Discoveries in the North Polar Seas, in the Years 1818, 1819, & 1820. With an Account of the Esquimaux People. Compiled from the most authentic sources.
32094: VRIES (ANNE GERARD CHRISTIAAN DE) - De Nederlandsche Emblemata, Geschiedenis en Bibliographie tot de 18de eeuw.
14224: DE WAAL (RONALD BURT) - The World Bibliography of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. A Classified and Annotated List of Materials Relating to their Lives and Adventures.
31409: WACE (HENRY) - Christianity and Morality ..... [the Boyle Lectures, 1874-75, translated into Urdu].
34810: WADE (WILLOUGHBY FRANCIS) - Report on a Case of Railway Injury. [Reprinted from the British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review, April, 1870].
34008: WADE (JOHN PETER) - Nature and Effects of Emetics, Purgatives, Mercurials, and Low Diet, in Disorders of Bengal and Similar Latitudes.
32136: WADE (ALLEN) - A Bibliography of the Writings of W. B. Yeats. Soho Bibliographies I.
15793: WAEBER (ALEX) - Landes-und Reisebeschreibungen. Ein Beitrag zur Bibliographie der Schweizerischen Reiselitteratur 1479-1900.
21961: WAGNER (CARL) - Drei Hundertjahrfeiern in Leipzig zur Erinnerung an die Erfindung der Buchdruckerkunst 1640,1740,1840.
34299: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On a Possible Source of Fallacy in the Measurements of the Lower Limbs.
34293: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On Certain Congenital Tumours of the Sacral and Perineal Regions, with account of an enormous perineal tumour in a child born alive.
34291: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Cancer of the Male Breast.
34292: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - A Case of Intestinal Obstruction, with remarks on tapping the intestine as means of cure in certain cases.
34297: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On the Mechanical Structure of the Cancellous Tissue of Bone.
34298: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Observations in Human Anatomy. [With:] Two Cases Showing a Peculiar Arrangement in the Fibres of the External Pterygoid Muscle in Man.
34295: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On Lengthening of the Limb as a Result of Knee-Joint Disease.
34296: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Remarks on the Healthy and Morbid Anatomy of the Perivascular System of the Brain.
34303: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Three Offprints from the 'Journal of Anatomy and Physiology', Vol. VI. (1.) Partial Deficiency of the Tendon of the Long Flexor or the Thumb. (2.) Description of an Accessory Muscle in Connection with the Popliteus. (3.) Peculiar Malformation of the Leg and Foot.
34153: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Aneurysm of the aorta bursting into the pericardium: popliteal aneurysm cured four months previously.
34304: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Remarks on the Force used in Transfusion and on the Selection of Fluids for Injecting into Veins.
34305: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - Surgical Reports.
34306: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On Temperature in Surgical Cases.
34307: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On Temperature of Shock in Surgical Cases.
34294: WAGSTAFFE (WILLIAM WARWICK) - On Ends and Means in Medical Studies: in Medical Studies: An Address Delivered at St. Thomas's Hospital...
32423: WAHLTUCH (ADOLPHE) - Electro-Therapeutics. (Read in the Section of Medicine, at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association, held in Liverpool, in August, 1883.)
30994: WAINEWRIGHT (JEREMY) - A Mechanical Account of the Non-Naturals: being a Brief Explication of the Changes made in Humane Bodies, by Air, Diet, &c. Together with an Enquiry into the Nature and Use of Baths upon the same Principles. To which is Prefix'd, the Doctrine of Animal Secretion in several Propositions.
31968: WAINWRIGHT (JOHN) - Yorkshire. An Historical and Topographical View of the Wapentake of Strafford and Tickhill; inteneded chiefly to Illustrate its Ancient State. vol. 1 [all published].
22126: PLOUGH PRESS. WAKEMAN (GEOFFREY) - English Hand Made Papers Suitable for Bookwork.
33227: WAKEMAN (GEOFFREY) - Victorian Book Illustration. The Technical Revolution.
33537: PLOUGH PRESS. WAKEMAN (GEOFFREY) - English Marbled Papers. A Documentary History.
27896: BREWHOUSE PRESS. CAVE (RODERICK) & WAKEMAN (GEOFFREY) - Typographia Naturalis.
26688: WALBERG (THEOBALD VON) - Neueste Beobachtungen zur Veredlung des Feldbaues und der Forstwissenschaft.
31204: NORTH WALES. - Illustrations of British Scenery. North Wales.
33343: WALKER (CHARLES V.) - Electrotype Manipulation: Being the Theory and Plain Instructions in the Art of Working in Metals, by Precipitating them from their Solutions, through the Agency of Galvanic or Voltaic Electricity.
33421: WALKER (THOMAS ALFRED) - A Peterhouse Bibliography: Being a List of Books and Manuscripts by or Concerning Peterhouse Men.
10760: WALKER (W.A.) EDITOR. - The Best of Beardsley.
30285: WALKER (J.) - A Dictionary of the English Language, answering at once the purposes of rhyming, spelling, and pronouncing. On a Plan not hitherto attempted. In which, I. The whole Language is arranged according to its Terminations. II. Every Word is explained and divided into Syllables exactly as pronounced. III. Words liable to a Double Pronunciation are fixed in their True Sound, by a Rhyme. IV. Many Words of established Usage, not to be found in our best Dictionaries, are inserted, and more technical Terms than in any Dictionary, except Chambers's. To which is prefixed A copious Introduction to the various Uses of the Work, with critical and practical Observations on Orthography, Syllabication, Pronunciation, and Rhyme; And for the purposes of poetry is added an index of allowable rhymes. With Authorities for their Usage from our best Authors. By J. Walker, Author of the General Idea of a Pronouncing Dictionary.
21998: WALKER (JOHN) - A Catalogue of a Good Collection of Books, Lately Purchased, in Various Languages, Arts, and Sciences, Which are Now on Selling, 1792, (for Ready Money) By John Walker, Bookseller, No. 44, Paternoster Row...
14132: WALKER (HENRY) - Catalogue of a Library of Printed Books and Illuminated and other Manuscripts...
35580: WALKER (ROBERT) - Memorial of the Spiritual Life and Ministry of the late Rev. Robert Walker.
35367: WALKER (JOHN) - An Essay on the Following Prize-Question, Proposed by the Royal Irish Academy, "Whether and how far the Cultivation of Science and that of Polite Literature assist or obstruct each other?"
17204: WALLACE (JOHN WILLIAM) - An Address Delivered at the Celebration by the New York Historical Society, May 20, 1863, of the Two Hundredth Birth Day of Mr. William Bradford, who Introduced the Art of Printing into the Middle Colonies of British America.
26540: WALLACE (JAMES) - The Confectioner's Guide, and Ladies' and Housekeeper's Instructor: Being a Grand Display of Pastry, in a variety of forms: Also, Confectionary; Icing, Candying, Preserving, Jelly-Making, Sugar-Boiling, Colouring, &c., &c. By James Wallace, Late of Philadelphia.
25661: WALLIS (PETER & RUTH) - Newton and Newtoniana 1672-1975. A Bibliography.
15241: WALLIS (L.W.) - Then and Now. A Retrospective and Current Survey of Printing Apprenticeships.
10934: WALLIS (L.W.) - Leonard Jay, Master Printer-Craftsman. First Head of the Birmingham School of Printing 1925-53.
24684: WALLIS (PETER & RUTH) - Newton and Newtoniana 1672-1975. A Bibliography.
33285: WALLIS (GEORGE) - A Sermon Preached to the Natives of the City and County of Worcester in the Church of St Laurence Jewry, at their solemn meeting, June 28. 1681.
27260: WALLIS (N. HARDY) EDITOR. - The New Testament Translated by William Tyndale 1534. A Reprint of the Edition of 1534 with the Translator's Preface & Notes and the variants of the edition of 1525. With an Introduction by the Right Honourable Isaac Foot.
23796: WALLIS (ALFRED) - Examples of the Book-Binders' Art of the XVI. and XVII. Centuries. Selected Chiefly from the Royal Continental Libraries.
31512: WALLIS (R. V. AND P. J.) - Index of British Mathematicians. Part III: 1701-1800.
28282: WALLIS (R. V. AND P. J.) - Biobibliography of British Mathematics and its Applications 1701-1760.
31667: WALLIS (R. V. AND P. J.) - Biobibliography of British Mathematics and its Applications 1701-1760.
31321: WALLIS (PETER & RUTH) - Newton and Newtoniana 1672-1975. A Bibliography.
28150: GLENN (JOHN) & WALSH (DAVID) - Catalogue of the Francis Trigge Chained Library in St. Wulfram's Church, Grantham.
35143: GLENN (JOHN) & WALSH (DAVID) - Catalogue of the Francis Trigge Chained Library in St. Wulfram's Church, Grantham.
34417: WALTER (JOHN GOTTLIEB) - John Gottlieb Walter's Plates of the Thoracic and Abdominal Nerves, Reduced from the Original., Accompanied by Coloured Explanations and a Description of the Par Vagum, Great Sympathetic and Phrenic Nerves.
10741: VAN HOESEN (HENRY BARTLETT) & WALTER (FRANK KELLER) - Bibliography: Practical, Enumerative, Historical. An Introductory Manual.
27852: WALTERS (H. B.) - Catalogue of the Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum. Vol. IV. Vases of the Latest Period.
32696: SECOND ANGLO-DUTCH WAR. - A Catalogue of the Damages for which the English demand Reparation from the United-Netherlands. As also a List of the Damages; Actions and Pretenses for which those of the United-Netheralnds demand Reparation and Satisfaction from the English. Together with the Answer of the English, subjoyn'd to the Several and Respective Points of Their Demands.
33272: SPANISH WAR. - A Consolatory Epistle to the Members of the Old Faction; occasioned by the Spanish War. By the Author of the Consolatory Letter to the noble Lord dismissed the Military Service.
33461: WARD (JAMES) - A Descriptive Catalogue of Books Relating to Nottinghamshire in the Library of James Ward. [With:] Supplementary Catalogue...
30672: WARDEN (WILLIAM) - Letters written on board His Majesty's Ship the Northumberland, and at Saint Helena; in which the Conduct and Conversations of Napoleon Buonaparte, and his suite, during the Voyage, and the first months of his Residence in that Island, are faithfully described and related.
25980: WARE (JAMES) - Chirurgical Observations Relative to the Epiphora, or Watery Eye, the Scrophulous and Intermittent Ophthalmy, the Extraction of the Cataract, and the Introduction of the Male Catheter.
20375: WARNER (GEORGE F.) - Miniatures and Borders from the Book of Hours of Bona Sforza, Duchess of Milan in the British Museum.
11243: WARNER (GEORGE F.) EDITOR. - Facsimiles of Royal, Historical, Literary and other Autographs in the Department of Manuscripts British Museum. Series I.-V.
25978: WARNER (JOSEPH) - An Account of the Testicles, their Common Coverings and Coats; and the Diseases to which they are Liable. With the Method of Treating them.
30861: WARREN (J. COLLINS) - The Healing of Arteries after Ligature in Man and Animals.
35461: WARTER (JOHN WOOD) - Appendicia et Pertinentiae; or, Parochial Fragments relating to the Parish of West Tarring, and the Chapelries of Heene and Durrington, in the County of Sussex; containing a Life of Thomas À Becket, an historical and descriptive account of his (so called) Palace at West Tarring, and the figs he introduced; ......
30488: WASHINGTON (GEORGE) - Selections from the Correspondence of General Washington and James Anderson, LL.D. F. R. S. F. A. S. E. &c. &c. Author of several Performances, and Editor of Recreations in Agriculture, Natural History, Arts, and Miscellaneous Literature. In which the causes of the present scarcity are fully investigated.
35043: WASSERMANN (EUGÈNE VON) - Les Livres Composant le Cabinet de M. Eugene v. W***.
35047: WASSERMANN (EUGÈNE VON) - Catalogue de la Bibliothèque de M. Eugène von Wassermann...
33007: WATERTON (CHARLES) - Essays on Natural History, Chiefly Ornithology. Second Series: With a Contribution of the Autobiography of the Author.
35499: WATHEN (JONATHAN) - The Conductor and Containing Splints; or, A Description of Two Instruments, for the safer conveyance and more perfect cure of Fractured Legs: To which is now added, An Account of Two Tourniquets upon a new Construction. The whole illustrated with Copper-Plates; representing the several Instruments treated of.
31117: WATSON (RALPH) - A brief explanatory statement of the principle of A Plan for Preventing Ships Foundering at Sea, and thereby rendering every ship A Life Ship, by Ralph Watson.
31957: WATSON (GARTH) - The Smeatonians: The Society of Civil Engineers.
25883: WATSON (RALPH) - A Brief Explanatory Statement of the Principle and Application of a Plan for Preventing Ships Foundering at Sea, and thereby Rendering every Ship a Life Ship.
18831: WATSON (ANDREW G.) - The Manuscripts of Henry Savile of Banke.
31025: WATSON (WILLIAM) - Experiments and Observations tending to illustrate the Nature and Properties of Electricity. In one Letter to Martin Folkes, Esq; President, and Two to the Royal Society. London, Printed for C. Davis, Printer to the Royal Society, 1746. Third Edition, viii, 59,  pp. Bound with:- WATSON (William) A Sequel to the Experiments and Observations tending to illustrate the Nature and Properties of Electricity: wherein it is presumed, by a Series of Experiments expresly [sic] for that Purpose, that the Source of the Electrical Power, and its manner of acting are demonstrated. Addressed to the Royal Society.
31712: WHETTON (J. T.) MYERS (J. O.) & WATSON (I. J.) - A Gravimeter Survey in the Craven District of North-West Yorkshire.
21779: WEBBER (T.) & WATSON (A.G.) EDITOR. - Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues. Volume 6: The Libraries of the Augustinian Canons.
31098: WATSON (WILLIAM) - The Clergy-Man's Law: or, the Complete Incumbent, collected from the 39 Articles, Canons, Proclamations, Decrees in Chancery and Exchequer, as also from all Acts of Parliament, and common-law cases, relating to the Church and Clergy of England; digested under proper Heads for the Benefit of Patrons of Churches, and the Parochial Clergy. And will be Useful to all Students, and Practitioners of the Law....... To which is Added, the Names of the present Bishops, and other Chief Dignitaries of the Church of England.
34265: WATSON (WHITE) - A Delineation of the Strata of Derbyshire, Forming the Surface from Bolsover in the East to Buxton in the West, by a plate, designed from a tablet, composed of the specimens of each stratum within the above line, With an Explanatory Account of the same; Together with a Description of the Fossils found in these Strata; and also of the Nature and Quality of the respective Soils.
34037: WATSON (JAMES) - The History of the Art of Printing, Containing an Account of its Invention and Progress in Europe: with the Names of the Famous Printers. The Places of their Birth, and the Works Printed by them. And a Preface by the Publisher to the Printers in Scotland.
31715: WATTS (MISS) - Selections of Knitting, Netting, & Crochet Work. "Taken chiefly from the 1st and 2nd Series of "The Ladies' Knitting and Netting Book.""
34249: WATTS (W. W.) - Geology of the Ancient Rocks of Charnwood Forest Leicestershire. With which is included the area about Mountsorrel; parts of the one-inch maps (new series) 141, 155 and 156.
30923: WATTS (ISAAC) - Divine Songs attempted in Easy Language for the use of Children. By I. Watts, D.D.
33880: WATTS (SUSANNA) - A Walk through Leicester: being a Guide to Strangers: containing a description of the Town and its environs, with remarks upon its History and Antiquities.
19562: WEALE (W.H. JAMES) - Bookbindings and Rubbings of Bindings in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
31695: WEALE (W.H. JAMES) - Bookbindings and Rubbings of Bindings in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
28123: WEALE (JOHN) - Monograms, Old Architectural Ornament, Sacred Illustrations, Borders and Alphabets, Collected on the Continent and in England by John Weale.
29180: WEAVER (WILLIAM D.) EDITOR. - Catalogue of the Wheeler Gift of Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals in the Library of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. With Introduction, Descriptive and Critical Notes by Brother Potamian.
20643: WEAVER (WILLIAM D.) EDITOR. - Catalogue of the Wheeler Gift of Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals in the Library of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. With Introduction, Descriptive and Critical Notes by Brother Potamian.
16327: WEAVER (WILLIAM D.) EDITOR. - Catalogue of the Wheeler Gift of Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals in the Library of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. With Introduction, Descriptive and Critical Notes by Brother Potamian.
31657: WEAVER (WILLIAM D.) EDITOR. - Catalogue of the Wheeler Gift of Books, Pamphlets and Periodicals in the Library of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. With Introduction, Descriptive and Critical Notes by Brother Potamian.
19539: WEBB (A.P.) - A Bibliography of the Works of Thomas Hardy 1865-1915.
31068: WEBER (CARL J.) - Fore-Edge Painting. A Historical Survey of a Curious Art in Book Decoration.
32343: WEBER (CARL J.) - Fore-Edge Painting. A Historical Survey of a Curious Art in Book Decoration.
34514: WEBER (FRIEDRICH AUGUST) - Opuscula Semiologica 1. De Signis ex Sputo scripsit F. A. Weber, M.D. Heilbronna - Sueuus p.t. Poliater Bernensis.
27785: WEBER (CARL J.) - Fore-Edge Painting. A Historical Survey of a Curious Art in Book Decoration.
35466: WEBER (PROFESSOR A.) - Modern Investigations on Ancient India. A Lecture delivered in Berlin March 4, 1854 by Professor A. Weber. Translated from the German by Fanny Metcalfe.
34532: WEBER (CARL J.) - A Thousand and One Fore-Edge Paintings. With Notes on the Artists, Bookbinders, Publishers and other Men and Women Connected with their History of a Curious Art.
30907: WEBSTER (JOHN) - Elements of Mechanical and Chemical Philosophy, by John Webster.
31446: WEGEHAUPT (HEINZ) - Alte Deutsche Kinderbucher Bibliographie 1507-1850. Zugleich Bestandsverzeichnis der Kinder- und Jugendbuchabteilung der Deutschen Staatsbibliotek zu Berlin.
21967: WEGENER (JOHANNES) - Die Zainer in Ulm. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des Buchdrucks im XV. Jahrhundert.
14802: WEHMER (CARL) - Zur Beurteilung des Methodenstreits in der Inkunabelkunde.
18423: WEIGEL (JOHANN AUGUST GOTTLOB) - Apparatus Literarius; sive, Collectiolibrorum Lectissimorum quos Emturientibus offert Io. August Gottlob Weigel...
35084: WEIL (ERNST) - Die Deutschen Druckerzeichen des XV. Jahrhunderts. Munich: Munchner Drucke, 1924. 4to, 172pp. [Bound with:] JUCHHOFF( Rudolf) Drucker- und Verlegerzeichen des XV. Jahrhunderts in Den Niederlanden, England, Spanien, Böhmen, Mähren und Polen.
20505: WEIL (ERNST) - Catalogues 1-33.
34733: WEINTZ (H. J.) - Japanese Grammar Self-Taught. (In Roman Character).
19844: WHITTINGTON PRESS. WEISSENBORN (HELLMUTH) - Hellmuth Weissenborn, Engraver. With an Autobiographical Introduction by the Artist.
31646: WELCH (D'ALTÉ A.) - A Bibliography of American Children's Books Printed Prior to 1821.
24508: WELLESLEY (REV. DR. [HENRY]) - Catalogue of the Very Extensive and Valuable Library of the Late Reverend Dr. Wellesley, Principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford, Comprising an Extraordinarily Complete Collection of Italian Writers... Numerous Works Relating to Oxford... Which Will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, on Thursday, 8th November, 1866, and Fourteen Following Days.
17785: WELLESZ (EMMY) - The Vienna Genesis. With an Introduction and Notes.
21221: WELLS (GEOFFREY H.) - The Works of H.G. Wells 1887-1925. A Bibliography, Dictionary and Subject-Index.
31731: WELLS (GEOFFREY) - A Bibliography of the Works of H. G. Wells 1893-1925 (with some notes and comments).
14347: WELSH (CHARLES) - A Bookseller of the Last Century. Being Some Account of the Life of John Newbery and of the Books he Published with a Notice of the Later Newberys.
31241: WELSH (CHARLES) - A Bookseller of the Last Century. Being some account of the life of John Newbery and of the books he published with a notice of the later Newberys.
17124: WELSH (CHARLES) - A Bookseller of the Last Century. Being Some Account of the Life of John Newbery and of the Books he Published with a Notice of the Later Newberys.
33520: WERNER (ARNO) - Arno Werner on Bookbinding.
33571: WERNER (ARNO) - Arno Werner: Master Bookbinder. An Exhibition at the Houghton Library.
24968: WESLEY (JOHN) - A Second Dialogue between an Antinomian and his Friend.
24969: WESLEY (JOHN) - An Answer to Mr. Rowland Hill's Tract, Entitled "Imposture Detected."
24967: WESLEY (JOHN) - Some Remarks on Mr. Hill's Farrago Double-Distilled.
33150: WESLEY (JOHN) - An Answer to Mr. Rowland Hill's Tract, entitled "Imposture Detected." By John Wesley, A.M.
33971: WEST (CHARLES RICHARD SACKVILLE, SIXTH EARL DELAWARR) - In Memoriam. [of Major General Charles Richard Sackville West, sixth Earl Delawarr].
32896: WESTCOTT (W. WYNN) - A Therapeutic Index of Diseases & Symptoms.
35260: KNOWLES (GEORGE BEAUCHAMP) & WESTCOTT (FREDERICK) - The Floral Cabinet, and Magazine of Exotic Botany.
14040: ZUR WESTEN (WALTER VON) - Exlibris (Bucheignerzeichen).
33830: WESTON (REV. STEPHEN) - A Catalogue of Greek and Roman Coins and Medals, in Silver and Copper, together with some curious Old China, and other Curiousities, of the late Rev. Stephen Weston... Which will be Sold by Auction, by Mr. Sotheby and Son... on Tuesday, the 15th of June, 1830.
17407: WESTWOOD (J.O.) - Palaeographia Sacra Pictoria: Being a Series of Illustrations of the Ancient Versions of the Bible, Copied from Illuminated Manuscripts, Executed Between the Fourth and Sixteenth Centuries.
23501: WESTWOOD (JOHN OBADIAH) - Facsimiles of the Miniatures and Ornaments of Anglo-Saxon and Irish Manuscripts Executed by J.O. Westwood, M.A. Drawn on Stone by W.R. Tymms. Chrom-Lithographed by day and Son, Limited.
31808: WETZLAR (L.) - Remarks on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Syphilitic Waxy Degeneration of the Liver.
32290: WHATELY (THOMAS) - An Improved Method of Treating Strictures in the Urethra.
10823: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) & WHEELER (STEPHEN) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Walter Savage Landor.
24528: WHEELER (G.W.) EDITOR. - Letters of Sir Thomas Bodley to the University of Oxford 1598-1611.
32056: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) & WHEELER (STEPHEN) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Walter Savage Landor.
32579: WHEELER (JOSEPH TOWNE) - The Maryland Press 1777-1790. With an Introduction by Lawrence C. Wroth.
10822: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) & WHEELER (STEPHEN) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Walter Savage Landor.
35444: SHEAHAN (JAMES JOSEPH) & WHELLAN (T.) - History and Topography of the City of York; and the North Riding of Yorkshire. Embracing a General Review of the Early History of Great Britain, and a General History and Description of the County of York.
33065: WHEWELL (WILLIAM) - Conic Sections: Their Principal Properties proved Geometrically.
32192: WHICHER (GEORGE FRISBIE) - The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood.
32349: WHISTLER (WILLIAM MACNEILL) - Notes on the Prognosis of Laryngeal Phthisis, as Influenced by Local Treatment.
32348: WHISTLER (WILLIAM MACNEILL) - Notes on Operations in Syphilitic Strictures of the Larynx. With an account of two cases operated upon by means of a new cutting dilator.
26892: WHITAKER (WILLIAM) - On Subaerial Denudation and on Cliffs and Escarpments of The Chalk and The Lower Tertiary Beds.
26894: WHITAKER (WILLIAM) - On the Succession of Beds in the "New Red" on the South Coast of Devon, and of a New Specimen of Hyperodapedon. [From the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society for May 1869].
10795: WHITAKER (HAROLD) - The Harold Whitaker Collection of County Atlases, Road-Books & Maps Presented to the University of Leeds.
20734: WHITE (ARTHUR S.) - A Bibliography of Regimental Histories of the British Army.
32295: WHITE (WILLIAM) - Observations on Strictures of the Rectum and Colon, and other affections which diminish the capacity of the intestinal canal in those parts; including spasmodic constriction of the sphincter ani, haemorrhoidal tumours, (called piles), excrescences, and prolapsus ani, accompanied with the mode of treatment.
21323: WHITE (HENRY) - Catalogue of the Valuable and Extensive Library of Printed Books and Illuminated & other Important Manuscripts...
28127: WHITE (NEWPORT J. D.) - A Short Catalogue of English Books in Archbishop Marsh's Library Dublin, Printed before MDCXLI.
35514: WHITE (WILLIAM) - History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Devonshire, and the City and County of the City of Exeter; comprising a General Survey of the County of Devon, and the Diocese of Exeter; with separate Historical, Statistical, & Topographical descriptions of all the Boroughs, Towns, Ports, Bathing Places, .....
31733: WHITE (ARTHUR S.) - A Bibliography of Regimental Histories of the British Army.
21765: BRITISH LIBRARY. WHITEHEAD (H.) - Short-Title Catalogue of Eighteenth-Century Spanish Books in the British Library.
34556: WHITEHEAD (J.) - The District Flora: As compiled by the Ashton Under Lyne Linnaean Botanical Society, including a list of the Mosses of the District. To this added the Hepaticae of the district round Manchester arranged by Mr G A Holt.
35320: WHITEHEAD (JOHN) - A Report Made by Order of Government, of a Memoir, Containing A new, easy, and successful Method of treating the Child-Bed or Puerperal Fever, Made use of by the late M. Doulcet, Doctor-Regent of the Faculty of Paris, And one of the Physicians of the Hotel-Dieu. Read at a Meeting of the Royal Medical Society, Held at the Louvre, the 6th of September 1782. Translated from the French To which are added Notes, Containing a View of the Nature and Causes of this alarming and fatal Disease. By John Whitehead, M. D. Member of the Royal College of Physicians, London, and Physician to the London-Dispensary.
32814: WICKREMASINGHE (MARTINO DE ZILVA) - Catalogue of the Sinhalese Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum.
15443: WIENER (JOEL H.) - A Descriptive Finding List of Unstamped British Periodicals 1830-1836.
33524: WIESE (FRITZ) - Der Bucheinband. Eine Arbeitskunde mit Werkzeichnungen.
33286: WIGAN (WILLIAM) - A Sermon Preached before the King and Queen at White-Hall on Sunday, Jan. 8. 1692/3.
31435: WIGHTMAN (W.P.D.) - Science and the Renaissance. An Introduction to the Study of the Emergence of the Sciences in the Sixteenth Century. [Vol. 2] Science and the Renaissance. An Annotated Bibliography of the Sixteenth-Century Books Relating to the Sciences in the Library of the University of Aberdeen.
26336: WILBY (FREDERICK) - A Catalogue of the Books, Chiefly First Editions and Works Illustrated by the Celebrated Artists, Collected by Frederick Wilby.
26752: WILD (R[OBERT]) - Iter Boreale, with Large Additions of several others Poems, Being an Exact Collection of all hitherto Extant. Never before Published together.
32008: WILD (JOHN) - Tetney, Lincolnshire. A History.
34095: WILD (CHARLES) - SELECT EXAMPLES OF ARCHITECTURAL GRANDEUR IN BELGIUM, GERMANY, AND FRANCE: A SERIES OF TWENTY-FOUR SKETCHES DRAWN ON THE SPOT, BY THE LATE CHARLES WILD, AND ETCHED UNDER HIS DIRECTION BY JOHN LE KEUX, AND OTHER ARTISTS. [FIRST-SECOND SERIES].
31169: WILDE (OSCAR) - The Sphinx without a Secret. An Etching The Canterville Ghost. A Hylo-Idealistic Romance. The Model Millionaire. A Note of Admiration.
22907: WILDE (OSCAR) - De Profundis: a Facsimile Edition of the Original Manuscript.
31574: WILDER (F.L.) - English Sporting Prints.
21353: WILES (R.M.) - Serial Publication in England Before 1750.
14565: WILES (R.M.) - Freshest Advices. Early Provincial Newspapers in England.
13959: WILES (R.M.) - Freshest Advices. Early Provincial Newspapers in England.
25064: CAXTON CLUB. WILKINS (ERNEST HATCH) - The Trees of the 'Genealogia Deorum' of Boccaccio.
32411: WILKS (SIR SAMUEL) - Alcoholic Stimulants in Disease. A Lecture.
32350: WILL (JOHN CHARLES OGILVIE) - Clinical Remarks on Gleet: Its Causes and Treatment. Delivered in the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
31523: WILLEMS (ALPHONSE) - Les Elzevier. Histoire et Annales Typographiques.
16509: WILLETT (RALPH) - A Memoir on the Origin of Printing. In a Letter Addressed to John Topman, Esq.
20115: WILLETTS (PAMELA J.) - The Henry Lawes Manuscript.
32883: WILLIAMS (FREDERIC N.) - Prodromus Florae Britannicae.
26956: WILLIAMS (FRANKLIN B.) - Index of Dedications and Commendatory Verses in English Books before 1641.
14775: WILLIAMS (JOHN C.) - Preservation of Paper and Textiles of Historic and Artistic Value.
14228: BAYNTON-WILLIAMS (ASHLEY) - Town and City Maps of the British Isles 1800-1855.
10808: WILLIAMS (HERBERT W.) - A Bibliography of Printed Maori to 1900. [With:] Supplement... Dominion Museum Monograph No. 7.
31383: WILLIAMS (JUDITH BLOW) - A Guide to the Printed Materials for English Social and Economic History 1750-1850.
32445: WILLIAMS (ROBERT FOLKESTONE) - An historical sketch of the art of sculpture in wood, from the earliest period to the present time : with notices of the most remarkable sculptural works in the same material now remaining in Europe, and some account of their designers.
33621: WILLIAMS (FREDERIC N.) - Prodromus Florae Britannicae.
31990: WILLIAMS (HENRY) - History of Watford, and Trade Directory.
22575: WILLIAMS (REV. THEODORE) - A Catalogue of the Splendid and Valuable Library of the Rev. Theodore Williams: Containing a Most Extraordinary Collection of Early Biblical and Theological Manuscripts; Books Printed on Vellum, from Aldine, Junta, and other Celebrated Presses; the Best Editions of the Classics, Principally on Large Paper, Among them will be Found those Printed at the Clarendon, Sheldon, and University Presses of Oxford, the Academy and University Press at Cambridge, and those of Glasgow and Dublin; Belles Lettres, and History, of the Most Select Description, which will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Stewart, Wheatley, and Adlard.
32090: WILLIAMS (IOLO A.) - Seven XVIIIth Century Bibliographies. John Armstrong, William Shenstone, Mark Akenside, William Collins, Oliver Goldsmith, Charles Churchill, Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan.
31732: WILLIAMS (IOLO A.) - Points in Eighteenth-Century Verse. A Bibliographer's and Collector's Scrapbook. Bibliographia Series, Edited by Michael Sadleir, No. 7.
34242: WILLIAMS (JOHN) - The case of baptism consider'd, in a sermon preach'd in the church of Wyke, near Chichester, at the Baptism of Two Adult Persons. By the Right Reverend Father in God, John Williams, D. D. Late Lord Bishop of Chichester.
10809: WILLIAMS (IOLO A.) - Points in Eighteenth-Century Verse. A Bibliographer's and Collector's Scrapbook. Bibliographia Series, Edited by Michael Sadleir, No. 7.
34767: WILLIAMSON (CAPTAIN THOMAS) - The Costume and Customs of Modern India; from a collection of drawings by Charles Doyley, Esq., engraved by J.H. Clark and C. Dubourg; with a preface and copius descriptions by Captain Thomas Williamson.
33799: BIRDSALL & SONS LTD. HULME (E. W.) PARKER (J. G.) SEYMOUR-JONES (A.) DAVENPORT (C.) & WILLIAMSON (F. J.) - Leather for Libraries.
14302: WILLIS (GEORGE) - A Catalogue of an Extensive Collection of Valuable New and Second-Hand Books, English and Foreign, in Antiquities, History, Biography, Heraldry, Voyages and Travels, Natural History... on Sale at Exceedingly Low Prices, by George Willis.
10811: WILLIS (WILLIAM) - The Shakespeare-Bacon Controversey: A Report of the Trial of an Issue in Westminster Hall, June 20, 1627.
34235: WILLIS (JEREMIAH) - Beauties of Wensleydale, Pleasures of Sensibility, &c.
32161: WILLIS (ROBERT) - On the Treatment of Stone in the Bladder, by Medical and Mechanical Means.
21781: FRIIS-JENSEN (KARSTEN) & WILLOUGHBY (JAMES) - Corpus of British Medieval Library Catalogues. Volume 8: The Library of Peterborough Abbey.
10813: WILLSHIRE (WILLIAM HUGHES) - An Introduction to the Study & Collection of Ancient Prints.
34486: WILSON (JOSEPH) - Memorabilia Cantabrigiæ: or, An Account of the different Colleges in Cambridge; Biographical Sketches of the Founders and Eminent Men; with many original anecdotes; Views of the Colleges, and Portraits of the Founders.
31835: WILSON (WILLIAM RAE) - Travels in the Holy Land, Egypt, &c. &c.
35001: WILSON (REV. JOHN M.) - The Farmer's Dictionary; or A Cyclopedia Of Agriculture, In All Its Departments, Principles, Methods, Recent Improvements And Business Affairs.
15802: WILSON (SIR ARNOLD T.) - A Bibliography of Persia.
31168: WILSON (CHARLES H.) - The Wanderer in America, or Truth at Home; comprising a Statement of Observations and Facts relative to the United States and Canada, North America; The Result of an Extensive Personal Tour, and from Sources of Information the most Authentic; including Soil, Climate, Manners, & Customs, of its Civilized Inhabitants & Indians, Anecdotes, &c. of Distinguished Characters.
32725: WILSON (BENJAMIN) - [A Collection of Tracts on Electricity and Lightning Conductors, together with an account of his life in manuscript.]
34493: WILSON (JOHN) 'CHRISTOPHER NORTH', PSEUD. - The City of the Plague, and other Poems.
33807: WILTSHIRE. - An Act for Dividing, inclosing, and allotting, the Open and Common Fields, Downs, and Commonable and Waste Lands, in the Parish of Upton Scudamore, otherwise Upton Skidmore, in the County of Wilts.
32063: WINANS (ROBERT B.) - A Descriptive Checklist of Book Catalogues Separately Printed in America 1693-1800.
18573: WINDLE (JOHN) - Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin 1759-1797: A Bibliography of the First and Early Editions with Briefer Notes on Later Editions and Translations. Edited by Karma Pippin.
32220: WINDLE (SIR BERTRAM COGHILL ALAN) - Congenital Malformations and Heredity.
31765: WINDLE (JOHN) - Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin 1759-1797: A Bibliography of the First and Early Editions with Briefer Notes on Later Editions and Translations. Edited by Karma Pippin.
34218: WINE. - The Wine-Drinker's Manual. "In vino veritas."
34882: FOOD AND WINE. - Catalogue of a Collection of Books and Manuscripts of the 15th to 20th Century on Food and Wine from the Well Known Library of Harry Schraemli.
32334: WINFIELD (PERCY H.) - The Chief Sources of English Legal History.
32066: WINKLER (ERNEST W.) - Check List of Texas Imprints 1846-1860. Foreword by Thomas W. Streeter.
22485: WINSHIP (GEORGE PARKER) - Daniel Berkeley Updike and the Merrymount Press of Boston, Massachusetts 1860-1894-1941.
13577: WINSHIP (GEORGE PARKER) - Gutenberg to Plantin. An Outline of the Early History of Printing.
30886: WINSTANLEY (JOHN) - Poems written occasionally by John Winstanley, A.M.L.D. F.S.T.C.D. Interspers'd with many Others, By Several Ingenious Hands.
20628: WINSTEDT (E.O.) - Juvenalis Ad Satiram Sextam in Codice Bodl. Canon. XLI Additi Versus XXXVI.
31260: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of William Wordsworth.
32793: WISE (EDWARD) - The Remarkable Tryal of Thomas Chandler, late of Clifford's Inn, London, Gent. Who was tried and convicted at the Lent Assizes at Reading, 1750, before Mr. Baron Clive, for wilful and corrupt Perjury, in swearing he was robbed of fifteen Bank Notes of the Value of 960l. 5 Guineas in Gold, 20s. and upwards in Silver, and a Silver Watch, on the 24th of March 1747, between Hare-Hatch and Twyford in Berkshire, in the Road to Reading, by Three Men on Foot. To which is added, ....An Introductory Account of the Life of the said Mr. Chandler, from the Time of his going Clerk to an Attorney, to the Time of his Conviction, ......
33353: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - A Shelley Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by Percy Bysshe Shelley, Harriet Shelley and Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Collected by Thomas James Wise.
26354: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of William Wordsworth.
26349: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of the Members of the Brontë Family.
20197: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Pope Library. A Catalogue of Plays, Poems and Prose Writings of Alexander Pope Collected by Thomas James Wise.
19522: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
19451: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - A Swinburne Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by Algernon Charles Swinburne Collected by Thomas James Wise.
19375: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of William Wordsworth.
15646: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of George Henry Borrow.
14298: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Algernon Charles Swinburne.
12909: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Algernon Charles Swinburne.
12435: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Pope Library. A Catalogue of Plays, Poems and Prose Writings of Alexander Pope Collected by Thomas James Wise.
10821: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Complete Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Robert Browning.
10820: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of the Members of the Bronte Family.
31400: WISE (THOMAS J.) - The Ashley Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters Collected by Thomas J. Wise. With a New Introduction by Simon Nowell Smith.
31560: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - Two Lake Poets. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
31610: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of the Members of the Brontë Family.
26358: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - A Brontë Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by Members of the Brontë Family.
26342: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Pope Library. A Catalogue of Plays, Poems and Prose Writings by Alexander Pope. Collected by Thomas James Wise.
26355: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - A Landor Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by Walter Savage Landor.
26356: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - A Browning Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
31613: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
34742: SIMPSON (STEPHEN) AND WISE (EDWARD) - The Readiest Reckoner ever invented, for assisting the Tradesman, the Merchant, the Gentleman, &c. in finding the price, of any number from one to ten thousand ......
29176: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Pope Library. A Catalogue of Plays, Poems and Prose Writings by Alexander Pope. Collected by Thomas James Wise.
32729: WRENN (HAROLD B.) & WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Catalogue of the Library of the late John Henry Wrenn.
33327: WISE (THOMAS JAMES) - A Swinburne Library. A Catalogue of Printed Books, Manuscripts and Autograph Letters by Algernon Charles Swinburne Collected by Thomas James Wise.
32770: WISE (THOMAS J.) - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
31276: WISEMAN (RICHARD) - Several Chirurgical Treatises. By Richard Wiseman, Serjeant-Chirurgeon.
26136: DELAISSÉ (L.M.J.) MARROW (JAMES) & WIT (JOHN DE) - Illuminated Manuscripts. The James A. De Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor.
30917: WIT. - The Encyclopedia of Wit.
25979: WITHERS (THOMAS) - A Treatise on the Errors and Defects of Medical Education: In which are Contained Observations on the Means of Correcting them.
16148: WITT (JAN DE) - Catalogus Van Boecken Inde Byblioteque Van Mr. Jan de Wit, Door zijn Discipel den Pensionaris Vivien.
35048: WITTEN (LAURENCE) - Early Books & Manuscripts. Catalogue 4.
31242: WOLF (EDWARD C. J.) - Rowlandson and his illustrations of eighteenth century English literature.
18903: WOLF (EDWIN, 2ND) - The First Books and Printed Catalogues of The Library Company of Philadelphia. Offprint from 'The Pennsylvania Magazine'.
10828: WOLF, II (EDWARD) COMPILER. - A Descriptive Catalogue of the John Frederick Lewis Collection of European Manuscripts in the Free Library of Philadelphia. With an Introduction by Dr. A.S.W. Rosenbach.
28073: WOLF (EDWIN, 2ND) - From Gothic Windows to Peacocks: American Embossed Leather Bindings 1825-1855.
34260: WOLFF (PIERRE) - Le Secret de Polichinelle. Comedie en trois actes.
25010: WOLFF (ROBERT LEE) - Nineteenth Century Fiction. A Bibliographical Catalogue Based on the Collection Formed by Robert Lee Wolff.
31418: WOLFF (CHRISTIAN) - Cosmologia Generalis, Methodo Scientifica pertractata, qva ad Solidam, inprimis dei Atqve Natvræ, cognitionem via sternitvr.
26678: WOLLASTON (WILLIAM HYDE) - On Double Images Caused by Atmospherical Refraction.
30779: WOLSELEY (SIR CHARLES) - Justification Evangelical: or a Plain Impartial Scriptural-Account of God's Method of justifying a Sinner.
35409: WOOD (LUCY) - The Lady Lever Art Gallery: Catalogue of Commodes.
15616: WOOD (PAUL) - Otley and the Wharfedale Printing Machine.
32567: WOOD (HERBERT) EDITOR. - Court Book of the Liberty of Saint Sepulchre within the Jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Dublin, 1586-1590.
32854: WOOD (A. C.) - A History of Nottinghamshire.
32648: WOOD (JOHN) - A New Compendious Treatise of Farriery. Wherein are set forth in a plain, familiar, and natural manner the disorders incident to horses, and their respective cures: Together With some Interesting Observations on Bleeding, Purging, Exercise, &c. By John Wood, Late Groom to the King of Sardinia, and at present Groom to the Right Hon. the Earl of Rochford.
28566: WOOD (THOMAS) - An institute of the laws of England; or, the laws of England in their natural order, according to common use. Published for the direction of young beginners, or students in the law; ... In four books. By Thomas Wood, ...
34586: WOOD (WILLIAM) - Catalogue of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of the Best Works on Natural History, Arranged in Classes According to the Linnean System. With an Enumeration of the Pages and Plates Each Volume Contains. Now selling, at the Prices affixed to each, by William Wood.
33903: WOOD (JOHN) - Account of the Edinburgh Sessional School, and the other Parochial Institutions for Education established in that City in the Year 1812; with Strictures on Education in General.
34585: WOOD (WILLIAM) - Catalogue of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of the Best Works on Natural History, Arranged in Classes According to the Linnean System. With an Enumeration of the Pages and Plates Each Volume Contains. Now selling, at the Prices affixed to each, by William Wood.
15610: WOODCUTS. - Holzschitte Einzeln und in Büchern vom 15. bis zum 20. Jahrhundert. A Selection of Woodcuts and Woodcut Books from the 15th to the 20th Century. Katalog 44.
33192: WOODMAN (G.V.) - Precepts for Printers or how the Printer can help the Bookbinder.
28056: WOODMAN (G. V.) - The Evolution of Bookbinding.
33264: WOODMAN (G.V.) - The Evolution of Bookbinding.
22191: WOODS (FREDERICK) - A Bibliography of the Works of Sir Winston Churchill.
31208: WOODS (FREDERICK) - A Bibliography of the Works of Sir Winston Churchill.
34487: WOODS, FORESTS, AND LAND REVENUES. - Report of the Commissioners appointed to enquire into the State and Condition of the Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues of the Crown, and to sell or alienate Fee Farm and other Unimproveable Rents. Dates 25th January 1787.
15567: WOODS (FREDERICK) - A Bibliography of the Works of Sir Winston Churchill.
20252: WOOLF (CECIL) - A Bibliography of Frederick Rolfe Baron Corvo. Soho Bibliographies VII.
28168: WOOLF (CECIL) - A Bibliography of Norman Douglas. Soho Bibliographies VI.
19435: WOOLMER (J. HOWARD) - The Samurai Press 1906-1909: A Bibliography.
19399: WOOLMER (J. HOWARD) - A Checklist of the Hogarth Press.
33603: WOOLNOUGH (C.W.) - The Whole Art of Marbling as Applied to Paper, Book-Edges Etc. Containing a Full Description of the Nature and Properties of the Materials used, the Methods of Preparing them, and of Executing Every Kind of Marbling in use at the Present Time, with Numerous Illustrations and Examples.
22092: WYNKYN DE WORDE. - Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond (Mother of King Henry VII). Elizabeth of York (Queen of King Henry VII) and Wynkyn de Worde. A Copy of Walter Hylton's 'Scala perfectionis', Printed by Wynkyn de Worde in 1494 at the Special Command of Lady Margaret, with Presentation Inscription by her and by the Queen. A Description by P.J. Croft.
24909: [WORDSWORTH (CHRISTOPHER) - A Review of the Maynooth Endowment Bill, shewing its fatal tendencies, and of the debates in the Commons, on the first and second reading; with a proposal for the conciliation of contending parties in Ireland.
32688: GUILD OF BOOK WORKERS. - New England Chapter Fall Exhibition November 1-30, 1984.
28047: GUILD OF BOOK WORKERS. - Fine Printers, Finely Bound. Finely Made Books in Exceptional Edition Bindings. Selected by Ken Botnick & Steve Miller of Red Ozier Press for The Guild of Book Works.
23367: PACHT (OTTO) DODWELL (C.R.) & WORMALD (FRANCIS) - The St. Albans Psalter (Albani Psalter). I. The Full-Page Miniatures. II. The Initials. III. Preface and Description of the Manuscript.
10840: WORRINGER (WILHELM) - Die Altdeutsche Buchillustration.
24771: WOTY (WILLIAM) - Poems on Several Occasions; by W. Woty.
14837: WOUDE (S. VAN DER) EDITOR. - Studia Bibliographia in Honorem Herman de la Fontaine Verwey. A Collection of Studies and Essays in Bibliography and Allied Subjects.
21371: ROXBURGHE CLUB. WRIGHT (C.T. HAGBERG) - Nicholas Fabri de Peiresc.
16784: WRIGHT (REV. JOHN) - Early Bibles of America.
33905: WRIGHT (J. M. F.) - A Commentary on Newton's Principia. With a Supplementary Volume. Designed for the use of Students at the Universities.
34719: WRIGHT (THOMAS) - The Advantages and Method of Watering Meadows by Art. With two descriptive plates; and with occasional extracts and Remarks upon Wimpey, Forbes, Boswell, and other writers on this subject.
31569: LAKE (FRED) & WRIGHT (HAL) - A Bibliography of Archery. An Indexed Catalogue of 5,000 Articles, Books, Films, Manuscripts, Periodicals and Theses on the use of the Bow for Hunting, War, and Recreation, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day.
27105: LAKE (FRED) & WRIGHT (HAL) - A Bibliography of Archery. An Indexed Catalogue of 5,000 Articles, Books, Films, Manuscripts, Periodicals and Theses on the use of the Bow for Hunting, War, and Recreation, from the Earliest Times to the Present Day.
28143: WRIGHT (CYRIL ERNEST) - Fontes Harleiani. A Study of the Sources of the Harleian Collection of Manuscripts Preserved in the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum.
31653: BEESTON (H.) & WRIGHT (C. E.) - The Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Ilfracombe and District. Supplementary List. [Offprint from The Journal of Conchology].
33002: WRIGHT (G. FREDERICK) - Man and the Glacial Period.
35033: WROTH (LAWRENCE C.) EDITOR. - A History of the Printed Book. Being the Third Number of The Dolphin.
27450: MANGEL WURZEL. - Report of the committee of the Doncaster Agricultural Association, on the advantages of Mangel Wurtzel as a fallow crop. Founded on returns received in answer to the queries issued by the committee.
32387: WYLD (GEORGE) - Consumption: its nature, treatment and prevention; the evils of blistering, and the successful use of aconite, phosphorus.
18418: WYLIE (CHARLES JOHN) - Catalogue of the Dramatic and General Library...
32186: BIGMORE (F. C.) & WYMAN (C. W. H.) - A Bibliography of Printing. With Notes and Illustrations.
35133: BIGMORE (F. C.) & WYMAN (C. W. H.) - A Bibliography of Printing. With Notes and Illustrations.
31189: WYNDHAM (HENRY PENRUDDOCKE) - Wiltshire, extracted from Domesday Book: to which is added a Translation of the original Latin into English. With an Index, in which are adapted the Modern Names to the Antient; and with a Preface, in which is included a Plan for a General History of the County.
18734: WYTSMAN (JULIETTE) - Reliures Exécutées par Juliette Wytsman et Editions d'Art de la Bibliothéque de Celle-ci.
15301: YATES (JAMES) - Twelfth Annual Report of the Leeds Public Library.
26360: YEMENIZ (NICOLAS) - Catalogue de la Bibliotheque de M.N. Yemeniz. Precede d'une Notice par M. Le Roux de Lincy.
31526: YOLTON (JEAN S.) - John Locke: A Descriptive Bibliography.
34490: YORK. - Memoirs, Illustrative of the History and Antiquities of the County and City of York, Communicated to the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, held at York, July 1846. With a General Report of the Proceedings of the Meeting, and a Catalogue of the Museum formed on that Occasion.
33096: YORKSHIRE. - The Yorkshire Question, or petition, or address: (Being a short and fair state of the case, upon the principles, the views, the means, and the objects of both parties as confessed by themselves.) Most earnestly and seriously addressed to the consideration of the people of England assembled in their several county, city, and other meetings.
16228: YOST (KARL) - A Bibliography of the Works of Edna St. Vincent Millay. With an Essay in Appreciation by Harold Lewis Cook. Introductions and Three Poems by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
34408: YOUNG (ARTHUR) - Annals of Agriculture, and other useful Arts. Collected and Published by Arthur Young, Esq. F.R.S. [A consecutive run from vol. 1-39; 1784-1803].
32632: YOUNG (ARTHUR) - Travels, During The Years 1787, 1788, and 1789. Undertaken More Particularly with a View of Ascertaining the Cultivation, Wealth, Resources, and National Prosperity of the Kingdom of France.
33958: BELL (F. DILLON) AND YOUNG (FREDERICK JUN.) - Reasons for promoting the cultivation of the New Zealand Flax.
26176: YOUNG (SIR CHARLES GEORGE) - Catalogue of Works on the Peerage and Baronetage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. In the Library of Chas. Geo. Young, York Herald.
26741: YOUNG (GEORGE) - Two Discourses to Seamen: viz. I. Praising God the Duty and Privilege of Seamen: delivered at Whitby, March 10, 1816; a few days before the sailing of the ships for Greenland, and other foreign parts. And II. Christ the Seamen's Friend... after the melancholy news of the death of Mr. John Trueman, Master of the Harmony of Whitby... lost near Tralee on the west coast of Ireland, Jan. 17, 1819.
30712: YOUNG (JOHN) - Essays on the following Interesting Subjects: viz. I. Government. II. Revolutions. III. The British Constitution. IV. Kingly Government. Connected with it. V. Parliamentary Representation & Reform. VI. Liberty & Equality. VII. Taxation and, VIII. The Present War, & the Stagnation of Credit as connected with it.
34056: YOUNG (LAURA S.) - Bookbinding & Conservation by Hand: A Working Guide.
19841: ZAEHNSDORF (J.) - A Short History of Bookbinding and a Glossary of Styles and Terms used in Binding. With a Brief Account of the Celebrated Binders and Patrons of Bookbinding from whom the Various Styles are Named, Description of Leathers, etc.
26846: ZAEHNSDORF (JOSEPH W.) - The Art of Bookbinding. A Practical Treatise.
26204: ZAEHNSDORF (JOSEPH W.) - The Art of Bookbinding.
28278: ZAEHNSDORF (JOSEPH W.) - The Art of Bookbinding. A Practical Treatise.
33512: ZAEHNSDORF (JOSEPH W.) - The Art of Bookbinding.
21603: ZAHN (OTTO) - On Art Binding: A Monograph.
27809: ZANCHI (BASILIO) - Dictionarium Poeticum, Accurata item historiarum ac fabularum poeticarum, ex optimis utriusque linguae auctoribus, enarratio. Auctore Basilio Zancho,... Opus... nunc secundo trans Alpes editum.
24920: ZEDNER (J.) - Catalogue of the Hebrew Books in the Library of the British Museum.
18549: ZEDNER (J.) - Catalogue of the Hebrew Books in the Library of the British Museum. The British Library. 1964. 908pp., orig. cloth, d.w. a nice copy. [Sold with:] Second Supplementary Catalogue of Hebrew Books Acquired 1893-1960. Prepared for Publication by Diana Rowland Smith (work by David Goldstein, Cyril Moss & Others).
26276: FONTANINI (GIUSTO) & ZENO (APOSTOLO) - Biblioteca dell'Eloquenza Italiana di Monsignore Giusto Fontanini, Arcivescovo d'Ancira: Con le Annotazioni del Signor Apostolo Zeno, Istorico E Poeta Cesareo, Cittading Veneziano.