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8339: WACHER (JOHN). - The Towns of Roman Britain,
8095: WAECHTER (JOHN). - Man before History, The Making of the Past,
6117: WAGENER (WOLFGANG). - Raphael Soriano.
1031: WAGENER (HILDE). - Kunstler Erzahlen..., erlebnisse von 155 kunstlern 170 illustrationen, text in German
1188: WAGENFUHR (PROF. DR. HORST). - Handelsfursten der Renaissance, text in German, mit 24 farbigen tafeln und 11 zweifarbigen bildern im text
1075: WAGENFUHR (PROF. DR. HORST). - Handelsfursten der Renaissance, printed in German
2046: WAGNER (COSIMA). - Diaries, Volume 1 1869 - 1877, edited and annotated by Martin Gregor-Dellin and Dietrich Mack, translated and with an introduction by Geoffrey Skelton
8616: WAILES (REX). - The English Windmill, with drawings by Vincent Lines,
6173: WAIN (JOHN). - The Oxford Library of English Poetry, chosen and edited by John Wain, Volume 1: Spenser to Dryden; Volume 11: Sackville to Keats; Volume 111 George Darley to Seamus Heaney
7210: WAIN (LOUIS), STANHOPE SPRIGG AND T. F. G. COATES. - " Louis Wain's Annuals " 4 Annual volumes bound in one, Louis Wain's Annual 1901 edited by Stanhope Sprigg; Louis Wain's Annual 1902; Louis Wain's Annual [ 1903 ]; Louis Wain's Annual 1910 - 11;
3770: WAIN (JOHN). - The Oxford Library of English Poetry, chosen and edited by John Wain
8228: WAINWRIGHT (GEOFFREY). - The Henge Monuments, Ceremony and Society in Prehistoric Britain, New Aspects of Antiquity series, General Editor Colin Renfrew, with 111 illustrations, 8 in colour,
8101: WAINWRIGHT (G. J.). - Mount Pleasant, Dorset, Excavations 1970 - 1971, Incorporating an account of excavations undertaken at Woodhenge in 1970, with major contributions by D. Britton, R. Burleigh, J. G. Evans, R. A. Harcourt and I. H. Longworth,
4447: WAINWRIGHT (A.). - Fellwalking with Wainwright, 18 of the author's favourite walks in Lakeland with photographs by Derry Brabbs
1690: WALBANK (F. ALAN). - England Yesterday & To-Day, In the Works of the Novelists 1837 to 1938, edited and arranged by;
2089: WALBANK (F. ALAN). - Wings of War, An Air Force Anthology, with a foreword by The Rt. Hon. Sir Archibald Sinclair Bt. KT. CM. MP.
4548: WALCOTT (ROBERT). - English Politics, in the early eighteenth century
1672: WALDMAN (MILTON). - Elizabeth and Leicester.
2056: WALDO (MYRA). - The Complete Hors d'Oeuvre Book.
8347: ROYAL COMMISSION ON ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS IN WALES. - An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Brecknock (Brycheiniog) The Prehistoric and Roman Monuments, Part ii. Hill-forts and Roman Remains,
6229: WALES (HUBERT). - The Thirty Days.
6970: WALKER (THOMAS). - Suggestions for a Constitutional and Efficient Reform in Parochial Government, by Thomas Walker MA. Barrister at Law, and one of the Police Magistrates of the Metropolis and author
5514: WALKER (DR ANN F.), LAKIN (DR ALAN). - Foods That Harm, Foods That Heal.
5059: WALKER (RICHARD), TAMES (RICHARD) AND OTHERS. - Inventions That Changed the World, The Eventful 20th Century
4712: WALKER (ALICE). - To Hell With Dying, illustrated by Catherine Deeter
3165: WALKER (LEO). - The Big Band Almanac, Revised Edition, introductions by Harry James and Les Brown
2483: WALKER (ALEXANDER). - Garbo, a portrait by Alexander Walker with an afterword, authorised by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
2333: WALKER (JOHN). - Joseph Mallord William Turner, texte de John Walker
8206: WALKER (BRYCE). - The Armada, The Seafarers,
4799: WALKER (GENERAL SIR WALTER). - The Next Domino.
4733: WALKER (JAMES), TUCKER (G. G.) AND OTHERS. - 70 True Stories of the Second World War.
1720: WALLACE (ROBERT). - The Grand Canyon, the World's Wild Places, with photographs by Ernst Haas
7833: WALLACE (ALFRED R.). - A Narrative of Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, with an account of the native tribes and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon Valley, with a map and illustrations,
4846: WALLACE (ANN), TAYLOR (GABRIELLE). - Royal Mothers, from Eleanor of Aquitaine to Princess Diana
7276: WALLACE (LEW). - Ben-Hur, Library of Classics series,
5406: WALLECHINSKY (DAVID), WALLACE (IRVING). - The People's Almanac 3.
5311: WALLECHINSKY (DAVID), WALLACE (IRVING) AND AMY WALLACE. - The Book of Lists.
6848: WALLER (PETER). - The Heyday of the Tram - 2.
7897: WALLER (EDMUND). - Poems, &c. Written upon several Occasions, And to several Persons, by Edmond Waller, The fourth Edition, with several Additions, Never before Printed,
1208: WALLER (LESLIE). - Trocadero.
2847: RANSOME-WALLIS (P.). - Southern Album.
6230: WALPOLE (G. H. S.). - Vital Religion, or the personal knowledge of Christ
4269: WALPOLE (HUGH). - Fortitude, A Romance
4268: WALPOLE (HUGH). - The Captives, a novel in four parts
1404: WALSH (CAROLINE). - The Homes of Irish Writers.
6976: WALSH (WALTER). - The Secret History of the Oxford Movement, with new preface containing a reply to critics, Sixth Edition, Forty-Second Thousand
7809: GILMOUR (JOHN) AND MAX WALTERS. - Wild Flowers, Botanising in Britain, with 45 colour photographs, 27 photographs in black and white and 3 line drawings, The New Naturalist, A Survey of British Natural History, No. 5,
7823: GILMOUR (JOHN) AND MAX WALTERS. - Wild Flowers, Botanising in Britain, with 45 colour photographs, 27 photographs in black and white and 3 line drawings, The New Naturalist, A Survey of British Natural History, No. 5,
5554: WALTERS (MINETTE). - The Shape of Snakes.
5375: WALTERS (MINETTE). - Acid Row.
5185: WALTERS (MINETTE). - The Chameleon's Shadow.
5184: WALTERS (MINETTE). - Disordered Minds.
6699: WALTHER (HERBERT). - Hitler, edited by Herbert Walther
5657: WALTON (SALLY), WALTON (STEWART). - newrooms, A practical home makeover guide
1358: WALTON (L. E.). - Foreign Trade and Foreign Exchange, their theory and practice
8168: WALTON (JOHN). - An Introduction to the Study of Fossil Plants, with 139 illustrations,
6810: WORLD WAR 11 PRELUDE TO WAR. - World War 11 Prelude to War, including the Rise of Nazism, and the Scheming Dictatorships of Germany, Italy and Japan
8716: WARD, LOCK & CO. LIMITED. - A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Llandudno and North Wales (Northern Section), six district maps and plans of Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, Conway, Bangor, Caernarvon and Chester, special section for motorists, sixty illustrations, eleventh edition, revised,
6808: WARD (KARI). - Great Disasters, dramatic true stories of nature's awesome powers
1627: WARD (MRS HUMPHRY). - England's Effort, six letters to an American friend, with a preface by The Earl of Rosebery
4334: WARD (ANDREW). - Cricket's Strangest Matches, extraordinary but true stories from 150 years of cricket
3345: WARD, LOCK AND CO LIMITED. - A Pictorial and Descriptive Guide to Minehead, Exmoor, The Doone Country, Lynton & Lynmouth, Etc. with plans of Minehead and Lynton and Lynmouth, District Maps and a Special Section for Motorists, seventy illustrations
2683: WARD, LOCK & CO. LIMITED. - Our Soldiers and Sailors, The Emprie's Defenders in War and Peace, with twenty-two coloured plates and six hundred illustrations
2592: WARD (KAARI). - Great Disasters, Dramatic True Stories of Nature's Awesome Powers
2443: SINGLETON-WARD (RICHARD). - My Two Hands Talk.
2226: WARD (SIR A. W.), WALLER (A. R.). - The Cambridge History of English Literature, edited by;
1093: WARD (BARBARA). - Policy for the West.
5481: WARD (THOMAS HUMPHRY). - The English Poets, Selections with critical introductions by various writers and a general introduction by Matthew Arnold edited by Thomas Humphry Ward, Volume 2 Ben Jonson to Dryden
3347: WARD, LOCK AND CO.. - Guide to Bournemouth, Poole and District, with descriptions of the principal motor and steamer excursions, eight maps and plans, thirty illustrations
7465: WARE (F. CHRIS). - Jimmy Corrigan, or, The Smartest Kid on Earth, an improvisatory Romance, pictographically configured,
6231: WARNER (SUSAN). - Queechy.
1652: ASHTON-WARNER (SYLVIA). - Greenstone.
4734: WARNER (PHILIP). - Stories of Famous Regiments.
1335: WARNER (MARINA). - The Dragon Empress, The Life and Times of Tz'u-hsi 1835-1908 Empress Dowager of China
4900: WARNER (GEORGE TOWNSEND), MARTEN (SIR C. HENRY K.) AND D. ERSKINE MUIR. - The New Groundwork of British History, (The New "Warner and Marten")
3314: WARNER (OLIVER). - Cunningham of Hyndhope, Admiral of the Fleet, a memoir by Oliver Warner
3274: WARNER (REX). - Encyclopedia of World Mythology, foreword by Rex Warner
3131: WARNER (REX). - Encyclopedia of World Mythology, foreword by Rex Warner
2660: WARNER (LAVINIA), SANDILANDS (JOHN). - Women Beyond the Wire, a story of prisoners of the Japanese 1942 - 45
8602: WARREN (GEOFFREY). - Vanishing Street Architecture,
5716: WARREN (ROY). - How To Understand and Use Company Accounts.
2547: WARREN (PATRICIA). - The British Film Collection 1896 - 1984, A History of the British Cinema in Pictures, foreword by Sir Richard Attenborough
4471: WARREN (C. HENRY). - A Boy in Kent, with illustrations by Charles Stewart
8575: WARRY (JOHN). - Warfare in the Classical World, an illustrated encyclopedia of weapons, warriors and warfare in the ancient civilisations of Greece and Rome,
8120: WARRY (JOHN). - Warfare in the Classical World, an illustrated encyclopedia of weapons, warriors and warfare in the ancient civilisations of Greece and Rome,
3208: WASSERMAN (JACK). - Leonardo, His preeminent place in the art world and 48 of his greatest paintings in colour, fully explained, text by Jack Wasserman
2674: WASSERMANN (JACOB). - Bula Matari, Stanley Conqueror of a Continent
6666: WOODWARDS GRIPE WATER. - Baby's Digestive Comfort First, but Matrons and Nurses find Other Uses Too, Woodwards Gripe Water
2151: WATERHOUSE (ELLIS). - Painting in Britain 1530 - 1790, The Pelican History of Art series
5192: WATERS (SARAH). - The Night Watch.
8539: WATKIN (W. THOMPSON). - Roman Cheshire, A Description of Roman Remains in the County of Chester, with a new introduction by D. F. Petch,
3350: WATKIN (DAVID). - A History of Western Architecture.
6935: WATKIN (DAVID), RATCLIFF (ANTONY), NICHOLAS THOMPSON AND JOHN MILLS. - A House in Town, 22 Arlington Street, its owners and builders
6663: WATKINS (NICHOLAS). - Matisse.
1505: WATSON (WILLIAM). - The Genius of China, an exhibition of archaeological finds of the People's Republic of China held at the Royal Academy, London by permission of the President and Council from 29 September 1973 to 23 January 1974
5275: WATSON (EDWARD B.). - New York Then and Now, 83 Manhattan Sites Photographed in the Past and in the Present, captions by Edward B. Watson, contemporary photographs by Edmund V. Gillon
4229: WATSON (WILLIAM). - The Genius of China, An exhibition of archaeological finds of the People's Republic of China held at the Royal Academy, London, by permission of the President and Council from 29 September 1973 to 23 January 1974, Sponsored by the Times and Sunday Times in association with the Royal Academy and the Great Britain / China Committee
4191: SETON-WATSON (HUGH). - The Russian Empire 1801 - 1917.
3845: WATSON (JONATHAN). - Janet The Restoration of a Victorian Yacht.
3212: WATSON (J. K.). - A Complete Handbook of Midwifery, for midwives and nurses
2640: WATSON (MILTON H.). - US Passenger Liners since 1945.
2377: WATSON (PROFESSOR WILLIAM). - The Great Japan Exhibition, Art of the Edo Period 1600 - 1868, edited by Professor William Watson
1319: WATSON (GEORGE). - The Concise Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature 600 - 1950, edited by
6927: WATSON (E. L. GRANT). - Walking With Fancy, Illustrated by C. F. Tunnicliffe
2379: WATSON (WILLIAM). - The Genius of China, An exhibition of archaeological finds of the People's Republic of China held at the Royal Academy, London by permission of the President and Council from 29 September 1973 to 23 January 1974
7224: WATSON (E. L. GRANT). - More Enigmas of Natural History illustrated by Barbara Greg,
8159: WATSON (SIR FRANCIS). - The History of Furniture, introduction by Sir Francis Watson,
2468: WATT (L. MACLEAN). - The Hills of Home, with the Pentland Essays of Robert Louis Stevenson, An Old Scotch Gardener, The Manse, A Pastoral and the Pentland Rising, twelve illustrations in colour by Robert Hope
4432: WATTON (E. B.). - The A.B.C. of Electronics.
6789: WAY (R. BARNARD). - My First Book of Trains.
3786: WAYMARK (PETER). - 1000 Best Movies On Video, Classics for TV
3325: WAYMARK (PETER). - Best 1000 Movies on Video, Classics for TV
3282: WAYMARK (PETER). - 1000 Best Movies on Video, Classics for TV
3427: WAYRE (PHILIP). - The Private Life of the Otter.
8522: WAYWELL (G. B.). - The Free-Standing Sculptures of the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus in the British Museum, A Catalogue,
6030: WEAVER (THOMAS). - David Chipperfield Architectural Works 1990 - 2002, edited by Thomas Weaver
4847: WEAVER (HARRY). - Daily Mail Pictorial History of Our Times 1945, The Way We Were, Sport, People, Rationing, Politics & Entertainment, No 1 Peace, Perfect Peace ?
3811: WEAVER (GABRIELLE). - The Golden Homes Book of Basic Furniture Renovation, edited by Gabrielle Weaver
1793: WEBB (CLEMENT C. J.). - A History of Philosphy, Home University Library
8136: WEBB (JENNY). - Microwave Cooking,
7703: WEBB (NIGEL). - Heathlands, The New Naturalist No. 72, with 20 colour photographs, and over 100 photographs and diagrams in black and white,
1131: WEBBER (RONALD). - Covent Garden, Mud-salad market
8651: WEBSTER (GRAHAM). - The British Celts and their Gods Under Rome,
8319: WEBSTER (GRAHAM). - The Roman Imperial Army of the First and Second Centuries A.D. Third Edition,
8528: WEBSTER (GRAHAM). - Fortress Into City, The Consolidation of Roman Britain first century AD,
4156: WEBSTER (GRAHAM). - The Roman Imperial Army, of the first and second centuries A.D. Third Edition
1359: WECHSBERG (JOSEPH). - Hochfinanz International, text in German
1683: WEDGWOOD (C. V.). - The Trial of Charles 1.
4916: WEDGWOOD (C. V.). - The Kings War 1641 - 1647, The Great Rebellion
8515: WEDGWOOD (C. V.). - The Spoils of Time, A Short History of the World From earliest times to the sixteenth century,
3044: WEDGWOOD (DR C. V.). - History and Hope, An Oration Delivered at Birkbeck College London 3rd December 1963 in Celebration of the 140th Anniversary of the Foundation of the College, Chairman W. R. Wooldridge
4901: WEECH (W. N.). - History of the World, planned and edited by W. N. Weech
4137: WEEKLY (ERNEST). - A Primer of Historical French Grammar, with a chapter on metre
4417: WEESE (DR. PHIL. ARTUR). - Skulptur Und Malerei in Frankreich Im XV Und XV1 Jahrhundert, Handbuch Der Kunstwissenschaft series
7739: WEIGALL (ARTHUR). - Wanderings in Roman Britain,
4848: WEIGHTMAN (GAVIN). - London Past, Pictures from the Past
3129: WEIGHTMAN (GAVIN), HUMPHRIES (STEVE). - The Making of Modern London 1914 - 1939.
5207: WEINER (E. S. C.), DELAHUNTY (ANDREW). - The Oxford Guide to English Usage, compiled by E. S. C. Weiner and Andrew Delahunty, the essential guide to correct English
4659: WEINTRAUB (STANLEY). - Victoria, An Intimate Biography
3185: WEINTRAUB (STANLEY). - The London Yankees, Portraits of American Writers and Artists in England 1894 - 1914
5232: WEIR (ALISON). - Lancaster and York, The Wars of the Roses
6719: WELCH (ANN), DENES (GABOR). - Go Gliding.
2936: WELCH (JULIE). - Leading Men, design by Louise Brody, foreword by Jane Russell, photographs from the Kobal Collection
3518: WELFARE (SIMON), FAIRLEY (JOHN). - Arthur C Clarke's Mysterious World.
3326: WELFARE (SIMON), FAIRLEY (JOHN). - Arthur C. Clarke's Mysterious World, based on the Yorkshire Television Series
6558: WELLS, GARDNER, DARTON & CO.. - My Week-Day Story Book.
2038: WELLS (STANLEY). - Shakespeare, A Reading Guide, The English Association
6998: WELLS (H. G.). - Mr. Blettsworthy on Rampole Island.
4461: WELLS (H. G.). - Tono-Bungay.
1209: WELLS (H. G.). - The Research Magnificent.
8037: WENHAM (LESLIE P.). - The Romano-British Cemetery at Trentholme Drive, York, with contributions by E. Birley, J. P. Gillam, D. B. Harden, J. P. C. Kent,, G. Simpson, W. V. Wade, with a report on the skeletal remains by Roger Warwick and a dental report by Colin Cooke and T. Charles Rowbotham, Ministry of Public Building and Works Archaeological Reports No. 5,
3223: WENHAM (EDWARD). - Old Clocks, for modern use with a guide to their mechanism, illustrated by Edgar Holloway
1161: WENHAM (EDWARD). - Old Furniture for Modern Rooms, from the Restoration to the Regency
8179: WENHAM (EDWARD). - Old Clocks for Modern Use, with a guide to their mechanism, illustrated by Edgar Holloway,
3712: WENHAM (EDWARD). - Antiques A to Z, a pocket handbook for collectors and dealers
8372: WERNHAM (R. B.). - The Expedition of Sir John Norris and Sir Francis Drake to Spain and Portugal, 1589 edited by R. B. Wernham,
4861: WESLEY (R.). - Mathematics For All, A Popular Approach to Mathematics in Everyday Life, contributors G.C.T. Bowen, A.G.G. Richards, I.R. Vesselo, R.W. Webster, R. Wesley
3155: WESLEY (REV. JOHN). - The Journal, Vol. 11, from November 25, 1746, to May 5, 1760
5002: WEST (ROBERT SACKVILLE). - Life in Ancient Rome, Journeys Into the Past series
5003: WEST (ROBERT SACKVILLE), DOUGLAS-COOPER (HELEN). - Natural Disasters, The Earth, Its Wonders, Its Secrets, series
3218: WEST (STANLEY). - The Book of Dogs, foreword by Jerrold Vassall Adams
2281: WEST (REBECCA). - Selected Letters, edited, annotated, and introduced by Bonnie Kime Scott, Henry McBride Series in Modernism and Modernity
4660: WESTALL (ROBERT). - Children of the Blitz, Memories of Wartime Childhood
3820: WESTLAND (PAMELA). - The High-Fibre Cookbook, Recipes for Good Health, introduction by Denis Burkitt, Positive Health Guide
7031: WESTON (RICHARD). - Alvar Aalto.
7050: WESTON (RICHARD). - Town Hall, Saynatsalo, Alvaro Aalto, Architecture in Detail series,
6992: WESTON (DAVID). - For The Love of Steam.
2810: WESTRUP (SIR JACK), HARRISON (F. LL.). - Collins Encyclopedia of Music, revised by Conrad Wilson
4118: WESTWOOD (JENNIFER). - Albion, A Guide to Legendary Britain
2654: WESTWOOD (JOHN), JENNINGS (PATRICK) AND JUDITH STEEH. - Strategy and Tactics of the Great Commanders of World War 11, And Their Battles
5129: WETHERELL (ELIZABETH). - The Wide, Wide World.
5723: WEYMAN (STANLEY). - Under the Red Robe, Hodder and Stoughton's famous sixpenny novels, this one with printed number 390 on spine
1953: WEYMAN (STANLEY). - A Gentleman of France, being the memoirs of Gaston de Bonne Sieur de Marsac, The Bow Street Library series, edited by Hugh Greene, first published in 1893
2030: WEYMAN (STANLEY). - The Red Cockade.
2044: WEYMAN (STANLEY J.). - Chippinge.
2039: WEYMAN (STANLEY). - The Long Night.
2040: WEYMAN (STANLEY). - The House of the Wolf, A Romance
2116: WEYMAN (STANLEY J.). - The Abbess of Vlaye.
6342: WEYMAN (STANLEY). - Starvecrow Farm, with 8 illustrations by Cyrus Cuneo
1893: WHARTON (EDITH). - Ethan Frome, with an introduction by Mrs. Wharton, The Scribner Library
1894: WHARTON (EDITH). - The Custom of the Country, a novel of New York society when the age of innocence was coming to an end, The Scribner Library
2204: WHARTON (EDITH). - The Age of Innocence, Wordsworth Classics series, complete and unabridged
2228: WHARTON (EDITH). - The Letters, edited by R. W. B. Lewis and Nancy Lewis
5313: WHEATCROFT (ANDREW). - The World Atlas of Revolutions.
8666: WHEELER (SIR MORTIMER). - Still Digging, Interleaves from an Antiquary's Notebook,
4364: WHEELER (HAROLD). - The Wonderful Story of London, general editor Harold Wheeler, revised edition edited by B. Webster Smith
3904: WHEELER (KEITH). - The Railroaders, by the editors of Time-Life Books with text by Keith Wheeler, The Old West Series
3625: WHEELER (KEITH). - The Alaskans, The Old West, by the editors of Time-Life Books
3622: WHEELER (KEITH). - The Railroaders, The Old West, by the editors of Time-Life Books with text by Keith Wheeler
1238: WHEELER (HAROLD). - The Wonderful Story of the Sea.
4142: WHEELER (GEOFFREY), HAYWARD (MAX) AND WILLETTS (HARRY). - Central Asian Review No. 3 1966, Political Rehabilitation in Soviet Central Asia, In the Pamirs, Asian Studies in the Soviet Union, The Tashkent Earthquakes
4598: WHEELER (C. B.). - Six Plays, by Contemporaries of Shakespeare, edited by C. B. Wheeler, The World's Classics series CXC1X
8536: WHEELER (MORTIMER). - Splendours of the East, Temples, Tombs, Palaces and Fortresses of Asia, edited by Mortimer Wheeler, photographs by Ian Graham,
1147: WHEELER (MARGARET). - Walls of Jericho, with a foreword by Dr Kathleen Kenyon, and sketches by the author
8479: WHEELER (SIR MORTIMER). - Archaeology from the Earth,
1251: WHEEN (FRANCIS). - The Chatto Book of Cats, edited, with an intro. by ; illus. by John O'Connor
1777: WHELPTON (ERIC), WHELPTON (BARBARA). - Greece and the Islands.
6350: WHILLIS (JAMES). - Elementary Anatomy and Physiology, foreword by T. B. Johnston, Third Edition, with 108 illustrations
7034: WHISTLER (LAURENCE). - Pictures on Glass, engraved by Laurence Whistler
7677: WHISTLER (LAURENCE). - Scenes and Signs on Glass,
5918: WHITAKER (THOMAS DUNHAM). - The History and Antiquities of Craven in the County of York, The Second Edition, with many additions, corrections, map, and views of gentleman's seats, antiquities, &c. by Thomas Dunham Whitaker LLD FSA, Vicar of Whalley in Lancashire
5106: WHITAKER (JOSEPH). - An Almanack For the Year of Our Lord 1991, The Year Book, an invaluable guide to British and world affairs of the Past Year, and essential data for the year ahead, The Reference Book, an amazing variety of subjects in one renowned annual volume, all the facts at your fingertips at home or at work, established 1868, 123rd edition
4862: WHITAKER. - Whitaker's Almanack 2005, Today's World in One Volume
8741: WHITE (REGINALD G. C.). - The History of The Feoffees of Colyton 1546 - 1946 (Devon),
8496: WHITE (K. D.). - Greek and Roman Technology, with 177 illustrations, Aspects of Greek and Roman Life series, General Editor Proifessor H. H. Scullard,
2754: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, and The Naturalist's Calendar, a new edition, edited, with notes, by G. Christopher Davies
1547: WHITE (TERENCE DE VERE). - Ireland, New Nations and Peoples Library series
5352: WHITE (EDMUND). - The Married Man.
4939: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, edited with an introduction and notes by W. S. Scott, drawings by John Piper
1927: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, in the County of Southampton, The World's Classics series
2751: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, a new edition, edited, with notes, by G. Christopher Davies, Standard British Classics series
2750: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, and The Naturalist's Calendar, a new edition, Blackie's Library of Famous Books series
2749: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, Observations on Various Parts of Nature, and the Naturalist's Calendar, with notes by Captain Thomas Brown, British Library series No. 1
2429: WHITE (PATRICK). - Voss, a novel
1076: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, edited with notes by Grant Allen
1239: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, edited, with notes, by Sir William Jardine
1287: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne and the Naturalist's Calendar, new edn. edited with notes by G. Christopher Davies
1370: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, and the naturalist's calendar, new edition, with notes, by G. Christopher Davies, the Chandos Classics series
1419: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, with notes by Richard Kearton
2752: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, re-arranged and classified under subjects by Charles Mosley
1148: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, edited and with an introduction by James Fisher, illustrated with wood engravings by Claire Oldham
1077: WHITE (GILBERT). - The Natural History of Selborne, with a preface by Richard Jefferies
7693: WHITE (GILBERT). - Garden Kalendar 1751 - 1771, Reproduced in facsimile from the manuscript in the British Library, Introduction and notes by John Clegg Hon. FLS former Hon. Curator of the Gilbert White Museum, Selborne,
8451: WHITEHAVEN, LLYNCLYS, OSWESTRY. - Vintage unused white postcard with embossed address Whitehaven, Llynclys, Nr Oswestry
3945: WHITEHEAD (DON). - The F. B. I. Story, foreword by J. Edgar Hoover
6893: WHITEHOUSE (PATRICK). - LMS 150 The London Midland & Scottish Railway, A century and a half of progress
6889: WHITEHOUSE (P. B.), ALLEN (PETER). - Round the World on the Narrow Gauge.
2911: WHITEHOUSE (P. B.). - Branch Line Album, Second Series
2854: WHITEHOUSE (PATRICK), THOMAS (DAVID ST JOHN). - LMS 150, The London Midland & Scottish Railway, A century and half of progress
6720: WHITEHOUSE (P. B.). - On The Narrow Gauge.
2817: WHITEHOUSE (PATRICK B.). - The Splendour of British Steam.
2892: WHITELEY (J. S.), MORRISON (G. W.). - The Big Four Remembered.
5658: WHITESIDE (KATHERINE). - Antique Flowers, classical plants for the contemporary garden, photography by Mick Hales, foreword by Penelope Hobhouse, design by Gael Towey
4385: WHITFIELD (NELLA). - Fun With Food, planned menus for all occasions
2311: WHITFORD (CECILIA). - Japanese Prints, with 41 colour plates
5566: WHITING (CHARLES). - 45 The Final Drive from the Rhine to the Baltic.
4735: WHITING (CHARLES). - Siegfried, The Nazi's Last Stand
4736: WHITING (CHARLES). - Bounce the Rhine !, the greatest airborne operation in history
5567: WHITING (CHARLES). - 44 In Combat on the Western Front from Normandy to the Ardennes.
4764: WHITING (CHARLES). - Hunters of the Sky, The History of The German Parachute Regiment 1940 - 1945
1861: WHITMORE (RICHARD). - Victorian and Edwardian Hertfordshire, from old photographs
3602: WHITTIER (JOHN GREENLEAF). - The Poetical Works, Complete Illustrated Edition, with critical biography by William Michael Rossetti
8459: WHITTING (P. D.) - Byzantine Coins, The World of Numismatics series, General Editor Peter A. Clayton,
3336: WICKHAM (CYNTHIA). - House Plants Through the Year, colour illustrations by Julia A'Court
4902: WICKS (BEN). - Waiting For The All Clear.
2490: WICKS (BEN). - Welcome Home, true stories of soldiers returning from World War 11
4146: WIDDECOMBE (ANN). - An Act of Treachery.
1078: WIEN. - Spektrum einer Stadt, Ein Buch von Hilde Spiel mit Beitragen von Friedrich Achleitner, Gotthard Bohm and others, printed in German
4917: WIENRICH (STEPHANIE), SPEYER (JOSEFINE). - The Natural Death Handbook, 4th edition completely revised and expanded
6232: WIGGIN (KATE DOUGLAS). - Penelope's Experiences in Scotland, being extracts from the commonplace book of Penelope Hamilton, illustrated by Charles E. Brock
7271: WIGGIN (KATE DOUGLAS). - Penelope's English Experiences, being extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton, illustrated by Charles E. Brock,
7270: WIGGIN (KATE DOUGLAS). - Penelope's Experiences in Scotland, being extracts from the Commonplace Book of Penelope Hamilton, illustrated by Charles E. Brock,
8702: WIGHTMAN (RALPH). - Portrait of Dorset, illustrated and with map,
4236: WIGHTMAN (RALPH). - Watching the Certain Things, with 7 half-tone illustrations
5766: WIGRAM (GEORGE V.). - The Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament, being an attempt at a verbal connexion between the original and the English translation with indexes, a list of proper names and their occurrences, Volume One
5760: WIGRAM (GEORGE V.). - The Englishman's Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament, being an attempt at a verbal connection between the original and the English translation with indexes, a list of the proper names and their occurrences, etc. Second Edition, Revised
5850: WILBUR (RICHARD). - A Bestiary, compiled by Richard Wilbur, illustrated by Alexander Calder
3432: WILBUR (ALAN). - Step-By-Step Gardening, Practical Gardening
4963: WILCOCK (DAVE). - Steam Railway Nos 1 - 2 1979, November/December 1979 and Jan/Feb 1980 to April 1981.
3293: WILCOX (DESMOND). - Explorers.
2229: WILDE (OSCAR). - A House of Pomegranates, The Happy Prince and Other Tales, reprinted from the first collected edition edited by Robert Ross, printed in large type
6233: WILDER (THORNTON NIVEN). - The Bridge of San Luis Rey.
7249: HALF HOURS IN WOODS AND WILDS. - Half Hours in Woods and Wilds, Adventures of Sport and Travel, The Half Hour Library of Travel, Nature and Science for Young Readers, with numerous illustrations,
1702: WILENSKI (R. H.). - English Outdoor Paintings, The Faber Gallery series, with an introduction and notes by R. H. Wilenski
1941: WILKES (LYALL). - John Dobson, architect & landscape gardener
4247: WILKINS (LAWRENCE A.). - New Spanish Reader, with exercises designed to test comprehension and build vocabulary, Harrap's Modern Language Series, general editor J. E. Mansion
6569: WILKINS (W. H.). - Our King and Queen, The Story of Their Life, with 692 superb illustrations, including 19 coloured plates
4814: WILKINSON (M.). - A Photographic History World War 11, Photographed by the Daily Mail
6809: WILKINSON (M.). - A Photographic History of World War 11, Photographs by the Daily Mail
4953: WILKINSON-LATHAM (ROBERT), WILKINSON-LATHAM (CHRISTOPHER). - Infantry Uniforms, including artillery and other supporting troops of Britain and the Commonwealth 1742 - 1855, illustrated by Jack Cassin-Scott
4607: WILKINSON (WALTER). - Puppets into Scotland.
4225: WILKINSON (C. H.). - Essays and Studies, by members of the English Association Vol. XXX 1944 collected by C. H. Wilkinson
3837: WILKINSON (FREDERICK). - Antique Firearms, .
3666: WILKINSON (J. GARDNER). - The Ancient Egyptians, Their Life and Customs
1033: WILKINSON (DOUG). - Land of the Long Day (North Baffin Island & Aulatseevikmiut Territory).
7082: WILLEY (BASIL). - The Eighteenth Century Background, studies on the idea of nature in the thought of the period
8465: WILLIAMS (RONALD). - Montrose, Cavalier in Mourning,
8379: WILLIAMS (TREVOR I.). - A Biographical Dictionary of Scientists, edited by Trevor I. Williams, assistant editor Sonia Withers,
2880: WILLIAMS (ALAN). - Railway World Annual 1978, edited by Alan Williams
6315: WILLIAMS (NANCY). - paperwork, the potential of paper in graphic design, designed by williams and phoa
5742: ALDERSEY-WILLIAMS (HUGH). - New American Design, products and graphics for a post-industrial age, preface by Ralph Caplan, introduction by Michael and Katherine McCoy
5555: WILLIAMS (KENNETH). - The Kenneth Williams Diaries, edited by Russell Davies
1868: WILLIAMS (RAYMOND). - Drama Grom Ibsen to Eliot.
4661: WILLIAMS (NEVILLE). - Reform and Revolt, Milestones of History series no. 5
4356: WILLIAMS (BASIL). - The Whig Supremacy 1714 - 1760, The Oxford History of England series edited by G. N. Clark
3862: WILLIAMS (ALFRED). - Life in a Railway Factory, with an introduction and commentary to illustrations by Michael Justin Davis
2797: WILLIAMS (ALAN). - BR Standard Steam Album.
2063: WILLIAMS (BASIL). - The Whig Supremacy 1714 - 1760, The Oxford History of England
1066: WILLIAMS (TENNESSEE). - Five O'Clock Angel, Letters of, to Maria St. Just 1948 - 1982, with commentary by Maria St. Just, Preface by Elia Kazan, Epilogue by Marlon Brando
1079: WILLIAMS (FRANCIS). - Fifty Years' March, the Rise of the Labour Party, foreword by the Rt. Hon. C. R. Attlee
7392: WILLIAMS (GILDA). - Boris Mikhailov 55, (55 series),
2444: WILLIAMS (DEE). - Katie's Kitchen, the unforgettable Cockney bestseller
5862: WILLIAMS (GILDA). - Cream 3 Contemporary Art in Culture, 10 Curators, 100 Contemporary Artists, 10 Source Artists
6790: WILLIAMS (ERIC). - The Wooden Horse.
6748: WILLIAMS (ERIC). - The Tunnel.
5459: WILLIAMS (STEPHANIE). - Docklands, ADT Architecture Guide
5376: WILLIAMS (SARAH). - Ride A Cock-Horse, knee-jogging rhymes, patting songs & lullabies
3359: BAYNTON-WILLIAMS (ASHLEY). - Town and City Maps of the British Isles 1800 - 1855.
2879: WILLIAMS (ALAN). - Railway World Annual 1977.
2130: WILLIAMS (URSULA MORAY). - Kelpie The Gipsies' Pony, illustrated by the author and with five full-page drawings by Barbara Moray Williams
5556: WILLIAMSON (KEVIN). - Rovers Return.
4154: WILLIAMSON (JAMES A.). - The British Empire and Commonwealth, a history for senior forms
3740: WILLIAMSON (HENRY). - The Henry Williamson Saga Tarka The Otter and other stories.
2686: WILLIAMSON (H. L.). - From Despotism to Democracy, A History of Modern Europe 1789 - 1923
8083: WILLIS (ROY). - World Mythology, The Illustrated Guide, general editor Roy Willis, foreword by Robert Walter,
4315: WILLIS (THAYER). - The Frozen World, Discovery and Exploration series
4529: WILLIS (VERA). - Embroidery Design, with 57 illustrations
3108: WILLIS (JOHN). - Screen World 1983, Volume 34
2933: WILLIS (JOHN). - Screen World 1990, Volume 41, with 1,000 photographs
4940: WILLIS (R. V.). - The Coming of a Town The Story of Leighton Buzzard.
4074: WILLIS (TED). - The Buckingham Palace Connection.
3049: WILLMOTT (H. P.). - The Second World War in the East, The Cassell History of Warfare series, general editor John Keegan
6774: WILLOCK (COLIN D.). - Come Fly-Fishing With Me.
3331: WILLOUGHBY (BOB), SCHICKEL (RICHARD). - The Platinum Years, on the set with the great movies and stars of the last three decades, photography by Bob Willoughby, text by Richard Schickel, designed by Albert Squillace
8740: HUNT (PETER) AND MARILYN WILLS. - Exeter and East Devon, Devon Town Trails, compiled by Peter Hunt and Marilyn Wills,
5257: WILLS (JUDITH). - The Food Bible, The Ultimate Guide to All That's Good and Bad in the Food We Eat
3152: WILLS (GEOFFREY). - The Country Life Book of English China, A Pictorial Guide
3463: WILLS (GARRY). - John Wayne, The Politics of Celebrity
3785: WILMOT (CHESTER). - The Struggle for Europe.
4737: WILMOT (CHESTER). - The Struggle of Europe.
4193: WILMOT (CHESTER). - The Struggle for Europe.
1506: WILSON (PETER). - Antiques International, collector's guide to current trends
6470: WILSON (MICHAEL). - The Impressionists.
6175: WILSON (EDMUND). - The Triple Thinkers, Twelve Essays on Literary Subjects, a Pelican Book
5576: WILSON (PAUL). - the Calm technique, Simple secrets for a lifetime of peace and calm
1838: WILSON (EDMUND). - The Shock of Recognition, the development of literature in the United States recorded by men who made it
4849: WILSON (ARTHUR). - Dad's Army, The Defence of a Front Line English Village, edited by Arthur Wilson, written by Paul Ableman and based on the BBC Television Series by Jimmy Perry and David Croft
4231: WILSON (IAN). - The Columbus Myth, did men of Bristol reach America before Columbus ?
3327: WILSON (COLIN), WILSON (DAMON). - The Encyclopedia of Unsolved Mysteries.
3291: WILSON (ANGUS). - The Naughty Nineties.
2887: WILSON (STAN). - Steaming Eccentrics, Tales from the footplate
2719: WILSON (JOHN). - Travelling Blind.
2690: WILSON. - Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland.
2049: WILSON (ARNOLD). - A Dictionary of British Marine Painters.
8033: BUTLER (LIONEL) AND CHRIS GIVEN-WILSON. - Medieval Monasteries of Great Britain,
1149: WILSON (JOHN HAROLD). - Mr. Goodman the Player.
1397: WILSON (HAROLD). - The Governance of Britain.
8235: GIVEN-WILSON (CHRIS). - An Illustrated History of Late Medieval England, edited by Chris Given-Wilson,
8468: WILSON (DAVID M.). - The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon England,
7380: JOHNSON (CHRIS) AND BARBARA BULLOCK-WILSON. - Wynn Bullock 55, (55 series),
1035: WILSON (R.N.D.). - The National and Tate Galleries, with 100 plates in colour
6749: WILSON (CHARLES), READER (WILLIAM). - Men and Machines, A History of D. Napier & Son, Engineers, Ltd 1808 - 1958 (makers of automobiles and aeroplanes)
6176: WILSON (EDMUND). - Classics and Commercials, A Literary Chronicle of the Forties
4520: WILSON (J. DOVER). - The Essential Shakespeare, A Biographical Adventure
3809: WILSON (COLIN), EVANS (DR CHRISTOPHER). - The Giant Book of the Unknown, edited by Colin Wilson with Dr Christopher Evans
3446: WILSON (DAVID M.). - The Vikings and their Origins, Scandinavia in the First Millennium, Library of Early Medieval Civilizations series edited by Professor David Talbot Rice
3440: WILSON (MARK). - Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic.
3433: WILSON (IAN). - Before the Flood, Understanding the biblical Flood story as recalling a real-life event
3380: WILSON (IAN). - The Exodus Enigma.
3190: WILSON (JOHN). - Roger Cook's Checkpoint.
2770: WILSON (MARK). - Mark Wilson's Complete Course in Magic.
2556: WILSON (PETER), MILLER (ADRIAN) AND GRAEME WRIGHT. - Chelton, The First 50 Years 1947 - 1997, The History of a UK Aerospace Company
2307: WILSON (H. W.). - His Majesty The King 1910 - 1935, twenty five years of a glorious reign told in pictures
1034: WILSON (EDWARD M.), CRUIKSHANK (DON W.). - Samuel Pepys's Spanish Plays.
8241: WILSON (D. R.). - Aerial reconnaissance for archaeology, Research Report No. 12,
7391: JOHNSON (CHRIS) AND BARBARA BULLOCK-WILSON. - Wynn Bullock 55, (55 series),
4021: WINBOLT (S. E.). - American Independence and the French Revolution (1760 - 1801), compiled by S. E. Winbolt
6123: WINDELBAND (WILHELM, 1848 - 1915, GERMAN PHILOSOPHER). - Istoriya Novoy Filosofiy, (history of new philosophy including Kant and Nietzche in Russian)
4323: WINDROW (MARTIN). - The Invaders, Romans, Barbarians, Vikings, Normans, Gothic Tribes, Moslems, The Living Past series
8170: WINKLER (DR. JOSEF). - A Book of Beatles, illustrations by Vladimir Bohac,
1434: WINKLER (FRIEDRICH). - Altdeutsche Tafelmalerei, text printed in German
6037: WINKS (ROBIN). - An American's Guide to Britain.
2605: WINNERT (DEREK). - The Encyclopedia of the Movies, the definitive guide to the movies, foreword by Barry Norman
5035: WINTER (DYLAN). - The Great American West, Reader's Digest Travels & Adventures (British condensed version of 'A Hack Goes West')
1132: WINTERTON (EARL). - Orders of the Day.
1288: WISDEN (JOHN). - Cricketers' Almanack 1981, edited by John Woodcock
8726: WISEMAN (T. P.). - Roman Political Life 90 BC - AD 69, Exeter Studies in History No. 7,
7683: WITHERBY (H. F.). - The Handbook of British Birds, editor Rev. F. C. R. Jourdain, Norman F. Ticehurst and Bernard W. Tucker, third impression; Volume One. Crows to Flycatchers; Volume Two. Warblers to Owls; Volume Three Hawks to Ducks; Volume Four Cormorants to Crane; Volume Five. Terns to Game-Birds;
3846: EMINENT WITS. - Rump: Or An Exact Collection Of the Choycest Poems and Songs Relating To The Late Times, By the most Eminent Wits, from Anno 1639 to Anno 1661, Volume 2
8650: WHITEN (FAITH) AND GEOFF WITTEN. - The Chelsea Flower Show, with photographs by Derek Goard, Published in association with the Royal Horticultural Society,
1836: WITTKOWER (RUDOLF). - Architectural Principles, In the Age of Humanism
2149: WITTKOWER (RUDOLF). - Art and Architecture in Italy 1600 to 1750, The Pelican History of Art series
2566: WLASCHIN (KEN). - The World's Great Movie Stars, And Their Films
5004: WOLF (NORBERT). - Deutschlands Grosses Erbe, Die Ottonischen Bilderhandsschriften, Die Galerie der schonsten Bucher, Buchmalerei erleben, Herausgegben von Ingo F. Walther, Dieser Ausgabe ist ein Faksimile aus der Bamberger Apokalypse, Folio 46, beigegeben
2759: WOLF (WILLIAM). - Landmark Films, The cinema and our century
2505: WOLFE (DONALD H.). - The Assassination of Marilyn Monroe.
2126: WOLFF (E. S.). - The Railway Album.
6340: WOMBELL (PAUL). - Sportscape, The Evolution of Sports Photography, photographs from Allsport and Hulton/Archive, selected and presented by Paul Wombell, with an introduction by Simon Barnes
7020: WOOD (SAMUEL). - A Plain Guide to Good Gardening, or How To Grow Vegetables, Fruits, and Flowers, with practical notes on soils, manures, seeds, planting, laying-out of gardens and grounds and on the various kinds of garden structures, Third Edition, with very considerable additions and numerous illustrations
5920: WOOD (SIR HENRY). - About Conducting, With a Prefatory Note by Hubert Foss
5777: WOOD (MRS HENRY). - The Argosy, edited by Mrs Henry wood, Volume XXV11, January to June 1879
5130: WOOD (MRS HENRY). - Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles, two hundred and thirty-fifth thousand
4226: WOOD (MICHAEL). - In Search of the Trojan War.
3630: WOOD (MICHAEL). - The World Atlas of Archaeology, foreword by Michael Wood
3513: WOOD (MICHAEL). - Domesday, A Search for the Roots of England
3434: WOOD (MICHAEL). - Legacy, A Search for the Origins of Civilization
5314: WOOD (MICHAEL). - In Search of The Dark Ages.
4386: PAGE-WOOD (ANN). - Lean and Lavish, weight watchers fabulous recipes to help you keep in shape
3909: WOOD (MICHAEL). - Domesday, A Search for the Roots of England
2102: WOOD (H. HARVEY). - Two Scots Chaucerians, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Writers and Their Work No. 201, Bibliographical Series
8470: WOOD (G. BERNARD). - Historic Homes of Yorkshire, with 106 illustrations by the author,
8645: WOOD (MICHAEL). - In Search of the Dark Ages,
3388: WOODELL (S. R. J.). - The English Landscape, Past, Present, and Future, Wolfson College Lectures 1983
1080: WOODFORD (PEGGY). - Schubert, the Illustrated Lives of the Great Composers series (Franz Schubert)
5361: WOODHAM (ANNE), PETERS (DR DAVID). - Encyclopedia of Complementary Medicine.
5726: WOODHEAD (T. W.). - The Study of Plants, an introduction to botany and plant ecology,
3645: WOODHOUSE (CHARLES PLATTEN). - Ivories, a history and guide
5981: WOODHOUSE (CHARLES PLATTEN). - The Victoriana Collector's Handbook.
2929: WOODLEY (LEN). - Buckinghamshire Murders.
8324: WOODS (STEPHEN H.). - Dartmoor Stone, Limited Edition Hardback,
8375: GIBSON (ALEX) AND ANN WOODS. - Prehistoric Pottery for the Archaeologist, HARDCOVER
6367: WOODS (EDWARD S.). - Modern Discipleship And What It Means.
4437: WOODVILLE (R. CATON). - In The Row, Hyde Park (London).
4435: WOODVILLE (R. C.). - The Last Shot in the Soudan, Dedicated To Our Australian Allies, from a Painting by R. C. Woodville
4436: WOODVILLE (R. CATON). - A Shower in Piccadilly (London).
4886: WOODWARD (SIR LLEWELLYN). - The Age of Reform 1815 - 1870, The Oxford History of England edited by Sir George Clark, Second Edition
2205: WOODWARD (BOB), BERNSTEIN (CARL). - The Final Days.
4354: WOODWARD (E. L.). - The Age of Reform 1815 - 1870, The Oxford History of England series edited by G. N. Clark
1956: WOOLF (VIRGINIA). - The Death of a Moth, and other Essays
8663: WOOLF (CHARLES). - An Introduction to the Archaeology of Cornwall, with illustrations by the author,
3668: WOOLLARD (LESLIE). - Japanese and Miniature Gardens, with a foreword by Roy Hay, Foyles Handbooks
4701: WOOLLEY (SIR LEONARD). - History Unearthed, a survey of eighteen archaeological sites throughout the world
3517: WOOLLEY (SIR LEONARD). - Digging Up The Past.
6610: WOOLLEY (SIR LEONARD). - History Unearthed, a survey of eighteen archaeological sites throughout the world
6282: WOOLMAN (JOHN). - The Journal of John Woolman with other writings, introduction by Vida D. Scudder, Everyman's Library 402
2713: WORDSWORTH (WILLIAM). - Poems, with memoir, explanatory notes, &c
5801: DESIGN AND WORK. - Design and Work, Volume V11, An Illustrated Journal of Inventions, Manufactures, Science, and Art, Volume V11 (Vol. 1V - New Series), July to December 1879
6723: WORLD'S RAILWAYS AND HOW THEY WORK. - The World's Railways and How They Work, illustrated with numerous photographs and specially drawn maps and pictures
6234: WORKMAN (H. W.), MOWATT (G. F.). - The Ever-Present Kingdom.
6829: RAILWAY WORLD. - Railway World Vol. 43.
6532: NEWS OF THE WORLD. - News of the World Household Guide and Almanac 1952, a book for the family and the home
4427: WORMINGTON (H. M.). - Prehistoric Indians of the Southwest, appendix, outstanding exhibit-sites, modern pueblos, local museums by Erik K. Reed, Popular Series No. 7
7743: WORTH (R. N.). - A History of Devonshire, with sketches of its leading worthies, Popular County Histories series, Second Edition,
1887: WORTHEN (JOHN). - D. H. Lawrence, Modern Fiction series edited by Robin Gilmour
6318: WORTHY (WILLIAM). - The Smell of a Gooseberry Leaf, extracts from the Commonplace book of William Worthy
4198: WOTTON (V. H.). - Misbourne Story.
6855: WREN (JACK). - The Great Battles of World War 1, the war on land, at sea, and in the air, illustrated with 400 photographs, paintings and, maps
1435: WREY (MARK). - Christie's Review of the Season 1986, edited by
7839: WRIGHT (LEWIS). - A Popular Handbook of the Microscope, third impression,
8132: WRIGHT (R. P.). - Catalogue of the Roman Inscribed and Sculptured Stones in the Grosvenor Museum, Chester, with contributions by Professor I. A. Richmond, illustrated with 211 photographs taken (except for plates XLV, XLV1) by H. Robinson with the assistance of Graham Webster,
7728: WRIGHT (THOMAS). - Wanderings of An Antiquary, chiefly upon the traces the Romans in Britain,
5755: WRIGHT (WALTER P.). - Cassell's Dictionary of Practical Gardening, An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Practical Horticulture For All Classes
8553: WRIGHT (GEOFFREY N.). - Roads and Trackways of The Yorkshire Dales,
1565: WRIGHT (WALTER P.). - Garden Trees and Shrubs.
4564: WRIGHT (THOMAS). - Isaac Watts, and Contemporary Hymn-Writers, The Lives of the British Hymn-Writers being Personal Memoirs derived largely from unpublished materials. Volume 111
3249: WRIGHT (MICHAEL). - The World At Arms, The Reader's Digest Illustrated History of World War 11
6148: WRIGHT (J. W.). - Wright's Guide to the State Apartments of Windsor Castle, Revised to Date
7669: WRIGHT (THOMAS). - Uriconium, An Historical Account of the Ancient Roman City, and of the excavations made upon its site at Wroxeter, in Shropshire, forming a sketch of the condition and history of the Welsh border during the Roman period,
7763: WRIGHT (THOMAS). - The Celt, The Roman, and The Saxon, a history of the early inhabitants of Britain, down to the conversion of the Anglo-Saxons to Christianity,
5036: WRIGHT (MICHAEL). - On the Move, Knowledge Quest series
4702: WRIGHT (MICHAEL), HOOK (BOB) AND OTHERS. - The World at Arms, The Reader's Digest Illustrated History of World War 11
2251: WRIGHT (SIR CHARLES HAGBERG), PURNELL (C. J.). - Subject-Index of The London Library, St. James's Square, London, Volume 111 (Additions, 1923 - 38)
7646: WRIGHT (THOMAS). - The Ruins of the Roman City of Uriconium, at Wroxeter, near Shrewsbury, Fifth Edition, with illustrations,
6299: WYATT (A. J.). - Beowulf with the Finnsburg Fragment, edited by A. J. Wyatt, new edition revised with introduction and notes by R. W. Chambers
1052: WYETH (PAUL), HORABIN (TOM). - How to Paint in Oils.
5982: WYFOLD (LORD). - The Upper Thames Valley, some antiquarian notes
1057: WYNMALEN (HENRY). - Horse Breeding & Stud Management, .
1671: WYNNE (GLADYS). - Architecture Shown to the Children, The "Shown to the Children" Series
6500: XENOPHON. - Minor Works, literally translated from the Greek, with notes and illustrations by the Rev. J. S. Watson, Bohn's Classical Library series
5005: YAPP (NICK). - Life in the Age of Chivalry, Journeys Into the Past series
3762: YAPP (NICK). - The Hulton Getty Picture Collection 1960s, Decades of the 20th Century
3759: YAPP (NICK). - The Hulton Getty Picture Collection 1940s, Decades of the 20th Century
3760: YAPP (NICK). - The Hulton Getty Picture Collection 1970s, Decades of the 20th Century
3761: YAPP (NICK). - The Hulton Getty Picture Collection 1950s, Decades of the 20th Century
8471: YARWOOD (DOREEN). - The Architecture of Europe,
1360: YASEEN (LEONARD C.). - Direct Investment in the United States.
1875: YATES (DORNFORD). - The House That Berry Built.
1989: YATES (DORNFORD). - An Eye For A Tooth.
2729: YATES (DORNFORD). - Blood Royal.
2727: YATES (DORNFORD). - Red in the Morning.
2706: YATES (DORNFORD). - Jonah and Co..
2703: YATES (DORNFORD). - The House That Berry Built.
2190: YATES (DORNFORD). - Adele and Co..
2168: YATES (DORNFORD). - The Berry Scene.
2143: YATES (DORNFORD). - Berry and Co..
2679: YATES (DORNFORD). - Berry and Co..
2689: YATES (DORNFORD). - Berry and Co..
2677: YATES (DORNFORD). - Lower Than Vermin.
2678: YATES (DORNFORD). - The Berry Scene.
4105: YEATMAN (R. J.), SELLAR (W. C.). - Horse Nonsense, by the authors and the artist of 1066 And All That, consisting of pictures by John Reynolds, and text by R. J. Yeatman, in collaboration with W. C. Sellar
1607: YENNE (BILL). - The Encyclopedia of North American Tribes, A Comprehensive Study of Tribes from the Abitibi to the Zuni
6124: YEVGENIY (ANICHKOV). - Predtechi E Souvremenniki.
7397: YOCHELSON (BONNIE). - Jacob Riis 55, (series 55),
7987: GEOGRAPHIA AND H. ALINGTON YOCKNEY. - "Geographia" Road Mileage Map of England & Wales, invented by H. Alington Yockney, with inset maps of Birmingham District, South Lancashire, Leeds district, Central London, London District,
8426: HARLEY (J. B.) AND YOLANDE O'DONOGHUE. - The Old Series Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales, DEVON, CORNWALL and WEST SOMERSET, Scale 1 inch to 1 mile, a reproduction of the 110 sheets of the Survey in early state in 10 volumes, Introduction by J. B. Harley and Yolande O'Donoghue, Volume 2,
7801: YONGE (C. M.). - The Sea Shore, with 61 colour photographs by D. P. Wilson and others, 62 black-and-white photographs and 88 text figures, The New Naturalist, A Survey of British Natural History, No. 12,
2128: YONGE (CHARLOTTE M.). - A Book of Golden Deeds, Herbert Strang's Library series
7251: BARRETT (JOHN H.) AND C. M. YONGE. - Collins Pocket Guide to the Sea Shore, illustrated by Elspeth Yonge, Shirley Townend, Dorothy Fitchew, Richard Pike, John Norris Wood, David Pratt, Dido Berry
5378: YORK (H.R.H. THE DUCHESS OF). - Budgie At Bendick's Point, illustrated by John Richardson
5377: YORK (H. R. H. THE DUCHESS OF YORK). - Budgie The Little Helicopter, illustrated by John Richardson
8729: YOUINGS (JOYCE). - Raleigh in Exeter 1985, Privateering and Colonisation in the Reign of Elizabeth 1, Papers delivered at a conference at Exeter University on 3 - 4 May, 1985 to mark the four hundredth anniversary of the first attempt to settle English people in North America, edited by Joyce Youings, Exeter Studies in History No. 10,
6529: GLEANINGS FOR THE YOUNG. - Gleanings for the Young 1881, Volume 111 New Series
6170: YOUNG (ROBERT E.). - First Steps in Scouting.
5675: YOUNG (BRIGADIER PETER). - Napoleon's Marshals, colour plates by Michael Youens
5568: YOUNG (BRIGADIER PETER). - Atlas of the Second World War, cartography by Richard Natkiel
4988: YOUNG (PETER). - D-Day.
4987: YOUNG (JOHN ROBERT). - The French Foreign Legion, the inside story of the world-famous fighting force, introduction by Len Deighton, the history of the Legion by Erwan Bergot
1874: YOUNG (G. M.). - Victorian England, portrait of an age
4281: YOUNG (ROBERT). - Analytical Concordance to the Holy Bible, containing about 311,000 references, subdivided under the Hebrew and Greek originals with the literal meaning and pronunciation of each, also index lexicons to the Old and New Testaments, being a guide to parallel passages, and a complete list of scripture proper names to which is added a sketch of exploration in Bible Lands by Thomas Nicol, thirteenth impression of seventh edition revised throughout by Wm. B. Stevenson
3937: YOUNG (ELIZABETH), YOUNG (WAYLAND). - London's Churches, with the assistance of Louisa Young
3305: YOUNG (JOHN ROBERT). - The French Foreign Legion, the inside story of the world-famous fighting force
3028: YOUNG (BRIGADIER PETER). - World War 11.
1371: YOUNG (JOANNE). - Washington's Mount Vernon, photographs by Taylor Lewis Jr.
6547: YOUNG (ERNEST), GILMOUR (SAMUEL CARTER). - Life Overseas Canada, Philip's "New-Prospect" Readers
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6600: ZACHWATOWICZ (JAN), BIEGANSKI (PIOTR), STANISLAW LORENTZ AND ALEKSANDER GIEYSZTOR. - The Old Town and the Royal Castle in Warsaw, translated by Jerzy A. Baldyga
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2223: ZELDITCH (MORRIS). - A Basic Course in Sociological Statistics, a textbook and workbook combined
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8673: ZEWEN (LUO), DAI WENBAO, DICK WILSON, JEAN-PIERRE DREGE, HUBERT DELAHAYE. - The Great Wall, foreword by Jacques Gernet, designed by Emil Buhrer,
3465: ZICH (ARTHUR). - The Rising Sun, World War 11
4863: ZIEGLER (PHILIP). - Mountbatten, The Official Biographer
3406: ZIEGLER (PHILIP). - Mountbatten, The Official Biography
8582: ZIEGLER (PHILIP). - The Black Death,
2495: ZMIJEWSKY (BORIS), PFEIFFER (LEE). - The Films of Clint Eastwood.
3064: ZMIJEWSKY (STEVE), ZMIJEWSKY (BORIS) AND MARK RICCI. - The Complete Films of John Wayne.
1081: ZOLA (EMILE). - Nana, trans. by Charles Duff
6240: ZOSHCHENKO (MIKH.). - Izbrannoye, (Selected Writings)
5482: ZWEIG (STEFAN). - Die Heilung durch den Geist, Mesmer, Mary Baker Eddy, Freud