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35297: ANON. - Richmond (Yorks) Official Guide. Issued under the auspices of the Richmond Council.
35295: ANON. - Richmond and Swaledale. Easby Abbey, Reeth, Gunnerside...Teesdale, Etc, Etc. [Handy Guide Series 8].
35536: ANON. - The Falls of Niagara: being a complete guide to all the points of interest around and in the immediate neighbourhood of the great cataract.
35276: ANON. - Guide to the Palace of Westminster.
35273: ANON. - Borough of Colchester. The Corporation Museum of Local Antiquities. Report of the Museum and Muniment Committee for the year ended 31st March 1923.
35268: ANON. - Northumberland County Handbook 1965.
34924: ANON. - The Practical Art of Medicine. Early books from the Kellett Collection. An exhibition in Durham University Library, Palace Green 29 April -16 June 1989.
35154: ANON. - Miscellanea Vol III. Comprising I. Durham Recusants Estates 1717-1778 Part II. II. Durham entries on the Recusants Roll 1636-7. [Publications of the Surtees Society Vol CLXXV].
34880: ANON. - The Roman Army. Report of a Summer School held at York, May 1944.
34822: ANON. - Loyal Carlisle. Eight Centuries of Civic History. [Reprint of an article by Kenneth Smith, which appeared in the November 1959 issue of the Municipal Review, under the Historic Boroughs Series.
34813: ANON. - Bolton Old Hall, Scorton, near Catterick, Yorks. Catalogue of the antique furniture, oriental and other china, silver and plate, books and household effects to be sold by auction on...11th, 12th, and 13th September 1963.
34818: ANON. - Settle Carlisle Railway Centenary Brochure 1876-1976.
34785: ANON. - Settle and North Craven Official Guide.
34804: ANON. - Suggestions to the Managers of Public Elementary Schools.
34782: ANON. - Ingleton Official Guide.
34784: ANON. - Settle Ingleton & North Craven Official Guide.
34753: ANON. - Exhibition of Old Master and English Drawings. John Baskett Ltd. June 30th to July 24th 1970.
34446: ANON. - Cockermouth Cumberland Official Guide 1970/71 Edition and Souvenir of the Wordsworth Bicentenary 1970. [Published by the Cockermouth Urban District Council].
34445: ANON. - Kendal Official Guide. Gateway to Lakeland. [Published by the Publicity & Development Committee Kendal Corporation].
34444: ANON. - Appleby (Westmorland) Official Guide. [Published under the auspices of the Corporation and the Appleby Chamber of Trade].
34443: ANON. - Cumberland Official Guide 1970-71. [Issued by the Cumberland County Council].
34441: ANON. - Penrith and Ullswater Official Guide.
34743: ANON. - XIX th Century French Posters. With an introduction by James Laver and a preface by Henry Davray.
27265: ANON. - Rambles in Swaledale and Neighbourhood. (By the Author of Guide to Wensleydale).
27267: ANON. - Skipton & Wharfedale.
27287: ANON. - Bye-Laws of the Grange-Over-Sands Urban District Council. Public Health Act 1875.
27362: ANON. - A Day in the Peak: An Illustrated Handbook to Bakewell Church, Haddon Hall and Chatsworth.
27393: ANON. - Mr Punch's Golf Stories. Told by his merry men and illustrated by Phil May, George Du Maurier, L Raven-Hill, F H Townsend, Harry Furniss....Tom Browne and others.
27415: ANON. - Caroline Franklin. 1863-1935. An Appreciation. Tributes to her Memory.
27436: ANON. - The History of Bristol. From the earliest period to the present time. Part I.
33050: ANON. - The Story of Chester Cathedral.
27877: ANON. - The Story of the Life Boat Coronation Number. The Royal Family and the Life Boat Service 1824 to 1953 and pictures of the Life Boat Servive in Nine Reigns.
32901: ANON. - North Shields: Living With Industrial Change. North Tyneside CDP Fianl Report Volume 2.
33140: ANON. - History and Lore of Cymric Medicine. Advance Announcement. Historical Medical Museum London.
32844: ANON. - A Practical Illustrated Guide to Ingleton and District. Showing the roads, rivers and principal places of interest.
32619: ANON. - The Official Guide to Coulsdon, Purley, Sanderstead, Kenley and Selsdon.
32631: ANON. - Bye-Laws made by the Rural District Council of Chard with respect to new buildings and the alteration of buildings in the Rural District of Chard. 29th October, 1900. Confirmed by the Local Government Board, 29th January, 1901.
32966: ANON. - List of the Chiefs, Officers, Court of Assistants, &c &c &c of the Hon Artillery Company for the year 1861.
28060: ANON. - The Poor Man's Friend.
32607: ANON. - Sunderland Church High Celebration Cook Book. Recipes collected from friends, parents, teachers and pupils past and present of Sunderland Church High School for Girls 1884-1984.
32514: ANON. - A Tribute to Curt F Buhler 1905-1985.
32455: ANON. - A Guide to the History of the East Riding of Yorkshire. As illustrated by the Exhibition of Local History held in the Mortimer Museum, Hull 20th March to 1st April 1939.
32848: ANON. - Brown's Coppice. A Survey.
32847: ANON. - Commemoration of the Centenary of Savings Banks 1817-1917. Reception by the Lord Mayor of London (William Dunn) and the Lady Mayoress at Mansion House in the City of London on Tuesday, 30th October 1917.
32441: ANON. - York Minster Illustrated. Reproducing forty five photographs from the publishers collection.
32783: ANON. - Index to Standon Parish Register Staffordshire. Staffordshire Parish Register Society.
32438: ANON. - Swansea and Brecon 1923-1973. The Jubilee of the Diocese.
28204: ANON. - The War in the Far East 1904-1905. By the Military Correspondent of The Times.
32424: ANON. - Transactions of the Yorkshire Dialect Society. Part I Volume VIII.
32416: ANON. - Animal Painting. Van Dyck to Nolan. The Queen's Gallery Buckingham Palace 1966/7.
32422: ANON. - Handbook to the Bowes Museum Barnard Castle.
32421: ANON. - Notes on the Church of S Mary the Virgin Wath.
32393: ANON. - St Mark's the Lord Mayor's Chapel, Bristol.
32375: ANON. - York Georgian Society. Occasional Papers Number 1.
32103: ANON. - The City of York Official Street Plan.
32098: ANON. - Official Guide to the City of York.
31867: ANON. - The Bishop's Transcripts of the Registers of the Church of St Michael, Coventry, Warwickshire. Baptisms, Marriages & Burials 1640 and 1662-1691.
31775: ANON. - The Muse of Monarchy. Poems by Kings and Queens of England.
31087: ANON. - Berta Ruck. Ancestral Voices.
30932: ANON. - Sophocles Antigone Literally Translated into English Prose, with notes.
30936: ANON. - Bristol. Capital of the West Country.
30915: ANON. - Guide to Richmond Yorkshire.
30899: ANON. - Souvenir Guide Book of the Isle of Wight.
30893: ANON. - The Isle of Man Visitors Enquire Within and Directory of Hostels and Boarding Houses.
30890: ANON. - The Aire Valley Wetlands. Their wildlife, their potential, and the threat to them. Incorporating Wakefield Conservation News 1973-1976 and Wakefield Bird Report for 1973.
30864: ANON. - Kirkby Lonsdale Offiicial Guide.
30866: ANON. - Commemoration of the Centenay of the death of the Rev Henry Duncan. Founder of the Savings Bank.
30878: ANON. - Some Lake Country Figures.
30863: ANON. - Kirkby Lonsdale Official Guide.
30862: ANON. - A Common Sense Guide to Bolton Abbey, Bolton Woods, The Strid, Barden Tower, &c.
30860: ANON. - Towards the Enlargement of Fulwood Parish Church.
29883: ANON. - Transactions of the Philological Society 1963.
29880: ANON. - Glendale, Northumberland. The Official Guide. [Issued with the Authority of the Glendale Rural District Council].
30447: ANON. - Sketch of the Tower of London, as a Fortress, a Prison, and a Palace. Also a guide to the Armories. Beautifully Illustrated from photographs by Mr A Harman.
29769: ANON. - Dublin Official Guide.
29606: ANON. - The Church of England Hall for Students Attending Owens College Established in 1870, and afterward known as The Hall or Hulme Hall.
29498: ANON. - Summer Holidays in Wharfedale. Programme, Songs, &c. 1922. [Organised by the Co-Operative Holidays Association]
29464: ANON. - The Gretna Blacksmith's Story. Historical & Romantic.
29454: ANON. - Exmoor, North Devon and West Somerset Guide.
29444: ANON. - Sherborne, Dorset. Official Guide. Issued by Authority of the Sherborne Urban District Council.
29420: ANON. - Official Guide to Kingston Lacy, Wimborne, Dorset.
29405: ANON. - Brimham Rocks. The Wonder of Nidderdale.
29278: ANON. - Ilfracombe And its Surroundings. Thirty two views of Ilfracombe, Lynton, Lynmouth, Clovelly, Lee, Etc.
29314: ANON. - Guide to Holy Island, Bamburgh, Seahouses and District.
29313: ANON. - Ponteland, Newcastle Upon Tyne. Official Guide. [Issued by Authority of the Ponteland Parish Council].
29307: ANON. - Plymouth Official Guide.
29306: ANON. - Gloucestershire County Handbook.
29304: ANON. - The City of Wells, Somerset. The Official Guide of the Wells City Council.
29300: ANON. - Totnes, Devon. Official Guide.
29299: ANON. - Lavenham, Suffolk. Official Guide to the Parish. [Issued by Authority of the Lavenham Parish Council].
29324: ANON. - Views of London.
29281: ANON. - Pickering Official Guide. Issued under the Authority of the Urban District Council, by the Pickering Chamber of Trade.
29289: ANON. - The Moot Hall, Elstow.
29282: ANON. - Early History of the St John Family. [Reprinted from an Ancient Book].
29279: ANON. - Guide to the Palace and Abbey of Holyrood. With catalogue of portraits and paintings.
29280: ANON. - Sherborne Dorset. The Official Guide. Issued by Authority of the Sherborne Urban District Council.
29273: ANON. - Guide to Peebles and Neighbourhood.
29274: ANON. - Hexham Rural District [Northumberland]. [No 117 Rural England Series].
29268: ANON. - The City of Leicester Official Handbook. Issued by Authority of the Leicester Corporation.
29235: ANON. - The Official Guide of the Barnstaple Rural District Council, North Devon. No 55 Rural England Series.
29250: ANON. - North Eastern Railway Centre of the St John Ambulance Association. [Circular from the President upon the Result of the Competitions, &c].
29761: ANON. - Woollen Manufacture in Relation to Fire Insurance.
29818: ANON. - The Englishman's Illustrated Guide Book to the United States and Canada. Especially adapted to the use of British tourists and settlers visiting those countries. With full information as to the best routes of travel, most attractive scenery, hunting and fishing grounds, recommendable hotels, fares, prices, etc. With an appendix containing a large amount of information in relation to the area and population of States and Territories; agricultural, mineral, and other resources; climate, products, prices of lands, wages of labour, cost of living, etc.
29843: ANON. - The London Oratory.
29847: ANON. - Bath Pictorial 1923. Contains the 'Bath Pictorial Supplement.' A series of pictures of Bath from sketches by Mr D S Anderson.
28881: ANON. - A Village & Church on the Broads. Ransworth.
28863: ANON. - The Marketing of Welsh Wool. A Pamphlet for Producers. [Rural Wales Special Report No 1].
29897: ANON. - Determinations of the Honourable House of Commons, concerning elections, and all their incidents. As the issuing of the writ, the taking of the poll, the scrutiny, the return, the qualifications of the electors and elected, oaths to be taken, rights of election in the several cities and boroughs, evidence proper of hearing, disqualification by offices, bribery, treating, riots. The whole digested under proper titles, and interspersed with abstracts of Acts of Parliament on the subject; also two tables, (viz) one of Statutes used in the work; the other of the principal matters.
29898: ANON. - The Garden; or, familiar instructions for the laying out and management of a flower garden.
28861: ANON. - Manchester Cathedral Manual and Guide.
28858: ANON. - Haslemere and Hindhead Guide. Issued under the auspices of the Urban District Council of Haslemere.
28846: ANON. - Official Guide to the Castle of Carisbrooke.
30211: ANON. - Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. A tale founded upon facts.
30236: ANON. - The Pretensions for an Absolute Power of the Church Consider'd: being an answer to some of the most considerable objections against partial liberty. [The Occasional Papers Vol II Numb VII]
30281: ANON. - Bristol and its Environs. Historical, Descriptive & Scientific. Published under the sanction of the Local Executive Committee of the British Association.
30301: ANON. - The History and Antiquities of Melrose, Old Melrose and Dryburgh Abbeys, with a description of Abbotsford, Eildon Hills, Etc, Etc.
30339: ANON. - A Manual for the Study of Monumental Brasses. With a descriptive catalogue of four hundred and fifty rubbings in the possession of the Oxford Architectural Society, topographical and heraldic indices, &c.
30353: ANON. - Reminiscences of the Pen Folk, by one who knew them. [Reprinted from the Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette, with the consent of the author].
30355: ANON. - Kinder Scout. The Footpaths and Bridle Roads about Hayfield, &c.
30359: ANON. - Rules and Regulations of the West Cumberland Club, Whitehaven. Established 1871. Rules Revised, September 1882.
30373: ANON. - Lays of the Belvoir Hunt.
30479: ANON. - Home Farm Colliery Accident. Proceedings at an inquiry before Joseph Dickinson, Inspector of Mines, conducted in the Court Room, Burgh Buildings, Wishaw, on Thursday and friday 28th and 29th June 1877. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
30497: ANON. - Denny Colliery Explosion. Report on the Herbertshire Colliery Explosion, Denny.
30518: ANON. - Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London 140th Session. From November 1927 to May 1928.
28783: ANON. - Windermere Agricultural Show 1913.
30935: ANON. - The Transactions of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorian. Session 1908-1909.
31026: ANON. - The Scouring of the White Horse; or the long vacation ramble of a London clerk. Illustrated by Richard Boyle.
31029: ANON. - School Life at Winchester College; or, the reminiscences of a Winchester Junior. With a glossary of words, phrases, and customs, peculiar to Winchester College. By the author of 'The Log of the Water Lily'.
31054: ANON. - The History and Antiquities of the Town, College and Castle of Fotheringay in the County of Northampton. With several particulars of the execution and funeral of Mary Queen of Scots. [Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, No XL].
31129: ANON. - Elements of Useful Knowledge in Geography, History and other Sciences. Drawn up for the use of children, in questions and answers.
31133: ANON. - Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town, ... With original anecdotes of many of the most distinguished of his contemporaries, and a summary review of public affairs: written by his widow Lucy ... from the original manuscript by the Rev. Julius Hutchinson. To which is prefixed the life of Mrs. Hutchinson, written by herself, a fragment. (2 Volumes).
31490: ANON. - The Beauties of the Anti-Jacobin; or, Weekly Examiner. Containing every article of permanent utility in that valuable and highly esteemed paper, literary and political; the whole of the excellent poetry; together with explanatory notes, biographical anecdotes, and a prefatory advertisement by the editor.
31496: ANON. - The Holy Bible. Containing the Old and New Testaments: translates out of the original tongues: and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by his Majesty's special command.
31642: ANON. - A Popular Account of St Paul's Cathedral; including a brief description of the old and new cathedral with explanations of the monumental designs and other interesting particulars.
31688: ANON. - A Collection of Welsh Tours; or a Display of the Beauties of Wales. Selected principally from celebrated histories and remarks. To which is added a Tour of the River Wye.
31693: ANON. - Guide Book to Glastonbury Abbey. Its History, Antiquity and Ruins.
31700: ANON. - The Church Goer; Being a Series of Sunday Visits to the Various Churches of Bristol.
31702: ANON. - A Catalogue of Agricultural Implements, and Machines for Farm Purposes, exhibited at the Society's Show, at Tiverton, on Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday, 6th, 7th, & 8th June 1855. [Bound With] A Catalogue of Agricultural Implements, and Machines for Farm Purposes, exhibited at the Society's Show, at Yeovil, on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, 4th, 5th & 6th June, 1856. [Bath and West of England Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. Established 1777].
31819: ANON. - Hereford Saving Bank Payment Book.
31883: ANON. - The Record of the Court at Upland in Pennsylvania 1676 to 1681. And a Military Journal kept by Major E Denny 1781 to 1795. [Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Vol VII].
31887: ANON. - Minutes of the Committee of Defence of Philadelphia 1814-1815. [Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Vol VIII].
32065: ANON. - The Cambrian Tourist, or Post-Chase Companion through Wales. Containing cursory sketches of the Welsh Territories and a description of the manners, customs, and games of the natives.
32091: ANON. - A List of the Commissioned Officers and Passed Clerks of Her Majesty's Royal Navy, with the dates from which they take rank.
32465: ANON. - York Coronation Official Programme & Souvenir June 25th 26th & 27th 1902.
32506: ANON. - A Handbook to the Old York Views and Worthies Exhibition in the Exhibition Buildings York.
32606: ANON. - La Flagellation chez Les Jesuites. Memoires Historiques sur L'orbilianisme.
32608: ANON. - The Vocal Library; being the largest collection of English, Scottish, and Irish songs, ever printed in a single volume. Selected from the best authors between the age of Shakespeare, Johnson, and Cowley, and that of Dibdin, Wolcot, and Moore. With an Index.
32615: ANON. - Heavisides's Almanack. 57th Year of Publication.
32771: ANON. - A true relation of the apparition of Mrs Veal, the next day after her death, to Mrs Bargrave, at Canterbury. Which apparition recommends the perusal of Drelincourt's book of consolations against the fears of death.
28196: ANON. - Settle Rural District. No 104 Rural England Series. Officially authorised by the Settle Rural District Council.
28117: ANON. - Nebro Photographic Equipment Catalogue 1956.
28110: ANON. - The Forth Road Bridge. The Official Story.
32938: ANON. - Specification of a Steel Twin Scew Passenger Steamship, to be built for the Khedivial Mail Steamship and Graving Dock Company Ltd, by Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richardson Ltd, Wallsend on Tyne. No 761.
32942: ANON. - The Cottager's Friend and Guide of the Young. (Vols 7 & 8 Bound in 1).
32976: ANON. - Academy of Pacific Coast History. Publications Volume I. Consists of seven seperate articles including three on the Portola Expedition all by Frederick J Teggart.
32977: ANON. - Academy of Pacific Coast History. Publications Volume 4. A complete and comprehensive monograph on the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance by Mary Floyd Williams.
32996: ANON. - Collection of 28 Views of North British Trust Hotels.
28096: ANON. - York Memories. Nine first hand accounts of life in York 1900-1939.
33029: ANON. - A Book with Seven Seals.
33150: ANON. - Reports on the Natural History and Habits of Salmonoids in the Tweed and its Tributaries. Published by authority of the Tweed Fishery Commissioners.
28118: ANON. - Albion Food Preparing Machines Catalogue 1933-4. [List No 105].
27905: ANON. - The Church of St Bartholomew the Great, West Smithfield. Its Foundation, Present Condition, and Funeral Monuments.
33654: ANON. - The Numismatic Chronicle Seventh Series Volume XVIII. Volume CXXXVIII.
33655: ANON. - Rambles about Bath and its Neighbourhood. Based on Dr Tunstall's Work.
33676: ANON. - The Swan Hotel Visitors Guide to Wells and pleasant places out of it.
27889: ANON. - The Arnold Alpine Sun Lamp. And other appliances fro Sun-Ray & Ultra -Violet Radiation. Arnold & Sons, Wigmore Street, London.
27891: ANON. - The Garage List of Motor Car and Motor Cycle Sundries. BEA Co Ltd.
27888: ANON. - Heathman's Patent Manifold Trestles, Painters Steps & Ladders. Reduced Price List 16 A & B.
27987: ANON. - The Diary of a Staff Officer (Air Intelligence Liaison Officer) at Advanced Headquarters North B.A.F.F. 1940.
27842: ANON. - Belling Products for the Factory. February 1919.
33930: ANON. - The Church Goer. Rural rides; or calls at Country Churches. To which are added, notices of the Reverends Drs Pusey, Joseph Wolff, Henry Philpotts, Bishop of Exeter, and Francis Close, Vicar of Cheltenham.
27420: ANON. - In and Around Ilfracombe. A complete guide for visitors.
27421: ANON. - Hexham Official Guide. Published by Authority of the Urban District Council.
27423: ANON. - The Pilgrim's Guide to the Royal and Ancient City of Canterbury. The Official Guide.
27424: ANON. - Victorian Essex. Published by the Essex County Council, Essex Record Office Publication No 40.
27380: ANON. - Walter Bentley Viceroy of Brittany.
27337: ANON. - Castletown. Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society. No 4 of a series of four booklets to places of interest in the Isle of Man.
34103: ANON. - The Automobile Handbook. Containing information of interest to automobilists and a guide to touring in the United Kingdom and places abroad. Issued under the auspices and by the authority of the Automobile Club of Great Britain and Ireland and the Motor Union of Great Britain and Ireland.
27336: ANON. - Peel. Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society. No 3 of a series of four booklets to places of interest in the Isle of Man.
27335: ANON. - Cregnash. Isle of Man Natural History and Antiquarian Society. No 2 of a series of four booklets to places of interest in the Isle of Man.
27328: ANON. - Notes on Furness Branch Bells.
27326: ANON. - The Parish of Bangor Monachorum. Historical Notes on its Ancient Monastery, Church and Parish.
27321: ANON. - The Parish Church of S Leonard. Beaumont-Cum-Moze, Essex. A Short History and Guide.
27312: ANON. - Memorandum and Articles of Association of The Mid Cheshire Electricity Supply Co Ltd.
27447: ANON. - Brockton, Salop. Original Tithe Assesment. The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 provided the substitution of money payments for previous payments 'in kind'. It was the task of the three Tithe Commissioners through their assistants to implement this Act. Each Parish was assessed and a rent charge or mandatory value placed upon the tithable land. This ensured that any landowner would know what payment he would have to make. Offered for sale here is a near contemporary document with printed heading outlining the assessment and schedules for the above named Parish.
27444: ANON. - Hartford, Berks Original Tithe Assesment. The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 provided the substitution of money payments for previous payments 'in kind'. It was the task of the three Tithe Commissioners through their assistants to implement this Act. Each Parish was assessed and a rent charge or mandatory value placed upon the tithable land. This ensured that any landowner would know what payment he would have to make. Offered for sale here is a near contemporary document with printed heading outlining the assessment and schedules for the above named Parish.
27442: ANON. - Onibury, Salop Original Tithe Assesment. The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 provided the substitution of money payments for previous payments 'in kind'. It was the task of the three Tithe Commissioners through their assistants to implement this Act. Each Parish was assessed and a rent charge or mandatory value placed upon the tithable land. This ensured that any landowner would know what payment he would have to make. Offered for sale here is a near contemporary document with printed heading outlining the assessment and schedules for the above named Parish.
27441: ANON. - Shelve, Salop Original Tithe Assesment. The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 provided the substitution of money payments for previous payments 'in kind'. It was the task of the three Tithe Commissioners through their assistants to implement this Act. Each Parish was assessed and a rent charge or mandatory value placed upon the tithable land. This ensured that any landowner would know what payment he would have to make. Offered for sale here is a near contemporary document with printed heading outlining the assessment and schedules for the above named Parish.
27440: ANON. - Wallington, Norfolk Original Tithe Assesment. The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 provided the substitution of money payments for previous payments 'in kind'. It was the task of the three Tithe Commissioners through their assistants to implement this Act. Each Parish was assessed and a rent charge or mandatory value placed upon the tithable land. This ensured that any landowner would know what payment he would have to make. Offered for sale here is a near contemporary document with printed heading outlining the assessment and schedules for the above named Parish.
34467: ANON. - An Introduction to the History of the Principality of Wales. [Taken from Martin's Nat Hist 1762].
27309: ANON. - Border Life in Days Gone By.
27297: ANON. - A Short Account of the Ancient Historic Parish and Priory Church of St Helen, Bishopgate, in the City of London. Being the Parish Church of the United Parishes of S Helen & S Martin Outwich.
27366: ANON. - Anecdotes of the Hasted Family.
27282: ANON. - Popular Official Guide to the Royal Botanic Gardens. Including an historic notice and descriptions of the collections in the Botanic Gardens proper, and the Glasshouses, Museums and Arboretum.
27256: ANON. - Ramblers' Tynedale. Ten walks in the South West of Northumberland around Tyne, North Tyne & South Tyne Dales. (Ramblers' Association Northern Area).
27251: ANON. - Guide Book to Alnwick Castle. Official Guide.
27250: ANON. - Richmond. Rural District in the North Riding of Yorkshire. The Official Guide. (Published by authority of Richmond Rural District Council).
27290: ANON. - A Short History of the Parish Church of Kendal in the County of Westmorland. (Reprinted from the Westmorland Gazzette, November 10 and 17, 1883).
34808: ANON. - The British Historical Intelligencer: containing a catalogue of English, Scottish, Irish, & Welsh Historians; an account of authors quoted by Rapin, Tindal, Carte, Bisset and Adolphus, in their Historians of England; notices of books and publications, which, from their tendency, have caused state prosecutions, or suppression; and a summary account of the Norman Dynasty, the Houses of Plantagenet, Lancaster, Beaufort, Somerset, York, Tudor, Stuart, and Hanover.
34833: ANON. - Report from the Select Committee on Hampstead Fever and Small Pox Hospital; together with the proceedings of the committee and minutes of evidence.
34836: ANON. - Norwich Election Petition. Copy of the shorthand writer's notes of the judgement on the trial of the Norwich Election Petition; together with minutes of evidence.
34853: ANON. - The Rushbearing.
34862: ANON. - The Political Adventures of Joseph B Alderson, (The Old Guard), the only known living survivor of the Peterloo Massacre. [Re-printed from the Hunslet & Holbeck News].
34863: ANON. - Leeds Children's Summer Holiday Fund. First Report 1885 Issued by the Leeds Charity Organisation Society.
34892: ANON. - St Leonards School 1877-1927.
35189: ANON. - Miscellaneous Records including, Ecclesiastical returns in East Sussex in 1603. Poll for the Election of Knights of the Shire of Sussex in 1705. Calendar of references to Sussex in the Harleian Manuscripts. Extracts from the Episcopal Register of Bishop Pratty 1438-1445. [Sussex Record Society Volume IV].
35210: ANON. - The Manuscripts of Marquess Townshed. [Historical Manuscript Commission. Eleventh Report, Appendix, Part IV].
35211: ANON. - Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections. Vol I. Berwick Upon Tweed, Burford and Lotwithiel Corporations. The Counties of Wilts and Worcester. The Bishop of Chichester. The Dean and Chapters of Chichester, Canterbury and Salisbury. [Historical Manuscripts Commission].
35269: ANON. - Cookes Guide to Richmond, Easby, and other places of interest.
35288: ANON. - Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon Lord Grenville, in the House of Lords, November 30, 1819, on the Marquis of Lansdowne's Motion, that a select committee be appointed to inquire into the state of the county, and more particularly into the distresses and discontents prevalent in the manufacturing districts, and the execution of the laws...
35304: ANON. - Throup's North Wales Cyclists and Motorists Guide.
35403: ANON. - Memoir of George Pryce. [Extract from the 'Times and Mirror' March 23rd 1868].
35420: ANON. - The Art of Edward Ardizzone.
35426: ANON. - List of Enrolment Books, Patents of Appointment, and Volumes of Transcripts among the Records of the Palatinate of Durham and Bishopric Estates deposited by the Church Commission in the Prior's Kitchen, the College, Durham.
35427: ANON. - List of Acts of Parliament and Documents relating to Inclosure Awards among the Records of the Palatinate of Durham and Bishopric Estates deposited by the Church Commission in the Prior's Kitchen, the College, Durham.
35429: ANON. - List of the Papers of Malcolm Macdonald.
35430: ANON. - Land Tax Records. Summary Lists of Land Tax Assessments.
35431: ANON. - Auckland and Chester Divisions. Handlist of Original Surrenders among the Halmote Court Records of the Palatinate of Durham and Bishopric Estates. Deposited by the Church Commission in the Prior's Kitchen, the College, Durham.
35434: ANON. - Grey of Howick Collection. List of Personal and Family Correspondence of the 2nd Earl Grey etc. 1762-1875.
35435: ANON. - Grey of Howick Collection. List of Political and Public Correspondence of the 2nd Earl Grey 1787-1843.
35436: ANON. - Grey of Howick Collection. List of Correspondence of the 3rd Earl Grey 1818-1894.
35437: ANON. - List of Enclosures in the Correspondence of the 3rd Earl Grey in Earl Grey's Papers from the Mumiment Room at Howick now deposited in the Prior's Kitches, Durham.
35438: ANON. - List of Papers of 1st Earl Grey.
35439: ANON. - Land Tax Records Volume 8. North Durham and Craikeshire and Stockton Ward.
35440: ANON. - Land Tax Records Volume 7. Easington and Miscellaneous Papers.
35441: ANON. - Land Tax Records Volume 5 & 6. Vol 5: Easington Ward Townships A-H. Vol 5: Easington Ward Townships K-W.
35442: ANON. - Land Tax Records Volume 3 & 4 . Vol 3: Darlington Ward Townships A-H. Vol 4: Darlington Ward Townships K-W.
35443: ANON. - Land Tax Records Volume 1 & 2 . Vol 1: Chester Ward Townships A-H. Vol 2: Chester Ward Townships K-W.
35453: ANON. - Sedbergh School and its Chapel.
35476: ANON. - S Bartholomew's Parish Church, Elvaston. A souvenir of the restoration and re-openeing, 1905.
35500: ANON. - The Good News in Africa. Scenes from Missionary History with geographical details and illustrations. With a preface by the Rev E.H. Bickersteth.
35535: ANON. - Ancient Order of Foresters. Guide to Chester 1898. Presented by the Executive Council and High Court Committee.
35538: ANON. - Souvenir Album of the Crystal Palace.
35561: ANON. - A Journey from London to Scarborough, in Several Letters from a Gentleman there, to his Friend in London. With a List of the Nobility, Quality, and Gentry at Scarborough during the Spaw Season, in the year 1733. To which is Annex'd, an Account of the Nature and Use of the Scarborough Spaw-Water.
35658: ANON. - Census of England and Wales 1901. County of Westmorland. Area, Houses, and Population; also population classified by ages, condition as to marriage, occupations, birthplaces, and infirmities. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of his Majesty].
35659: ANON. - Census of England and Wales 1901. County of Lancaster. Area, Houses, and Population; also population classified by ages, condition as to marriage, occupations, birthplaces, and infirmities. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of his Majesty].
35660: ANON. - Census of England and Wales 1901. County of York. Area, Houses, and Population; also population classified by ages, condition as to marriage, occupations, birthplaces, and infirmities. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of his Majesty].
35677: ANON. - The Western Gazette Almanac and Diary for 1913.
35698: ANON. - Thomas Bewick 1753-1828. [Catalogue 131]. A fine collection of books illustrated by Thomas and John Bewick and their circle including an original woodblock, autograph letters, manuscriot material &c.
35734: ANON. - Shrapnel and other War Material. A reprint of important articles presented in the American Machinist, from January to June 1915.
35736: ANON. - Northumberland. England's Farthest North. The King's England.
35770: ANON. - Sword and Gown. By the author of 'Guy Livingstone'.
35782: ANON. - The Little Pilgrim. Illustrated by Emily Cook & E Heaty.
35911: ANON. - The Manuscripts of Lord Kenyon. Fourteenth Report, Appendix, Part IV. [Historical Manuscripts Commission].
35874: ANON. - Catalogue of the Loan Collections of the Works of George Sheffield (1839-1892). Kindly lent by Dir Arthur H Crosfield & Robert Edmondson.
35885: ANON. - W H Smith & Sons Reduced Ordnance Map of Carlisle and Environs. Scale 4 miles to an inch. Mounted on Cloth.
35893: ANON. - Notes on the History, Geology and Botany of the Vale of Derwent, being papers read before the Vale of Derwent Naturalist's Field Club Vol II 1892.
35897: ANON. - The Tourist's Picturesque Guide to Furness Abbey and Windermere District.
35902: ANON. - Report on the Pepys Manuscripts, preserved at Magdalene College, Cambridge. [Historical Manuscripts Commission].
35906: ANON. - The Manuscripts of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, the Earl of Lindsey, the Earl of Onslow, Lord Emly, Theodore J Hare Esq, and James Round Esq MP. Fourteenth Report, Appendix, Part IX. [Historical Manuscripts Commission].
35908: ANON. - The Manuscripts of the Earl of Dartmouth Vol I & II. Eleventh Report, Appendix, Part V. Fourteenth Report, Appendix, Part X. [Historical Manuscripts Commission].
35993: ANON. - The Derbyshire Guide. The Official Organ of the 'Come to Derbyshire Association'.
42774: ANON, OLD DURHAM, 9TH DEC. 1811. - Valuation of lands in the parish of Chester-le-Street in the county of Durham belonging to Sir Thos. Henry Liddell Bart. 1811
36316: ANON. - Poems Newly Decorated. [The Monthly Chapbook Poetry & Drama Series No 3 Vol I September 1919].
36331: ANON. - Ruddington & District Local History Society Newsletter. No 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26. 1968-1974.
36380: ANON. - Guide Book to Glastonbury Abbey, its history, antiquity and ruins. Also interesting account of the recently discovered British Lake Village.
36381: ANON. - Guide Book to Glastonbury Abbey. Its History, Antiquities and Ruins. Also interesting account of the British Lake Village, discovered in 1892.
36389: ANON. - The Pictorial Museum of Sport and Adventure: being a record of deeds of daring and marvellous escapes, by field and flood; with an account of various countries of the world and their inhabitants: the whole forming a compendium of natural history.
36473: ANON. - Narrative of the Visit of His Majesty King Charles the Second to Norwich, in the September of the Year 1671; as related by Blomefield and Echard, and as detailed in a private unpublished letter. Illustrated by extracts from the Norwich and Yarmouth Corporation Books.
36668: ANON. - Naval Honours and Awards 1939-1940.
36671: ANON - Curious Old Scottish Religious Works; or, the popular theological chap literature of the last Century.
36836: ANON. - The Aspirations of Bulgaria. Translated from the Serbian of Balkanicus.
36898: ANON. - Social Policy in the Czechoslovak Republic. Edited by the Social Institute of the Czech Republic for the International Congress on Social Policy in Prague.
36925: ANON. - The History of Albania. (A Brief History).
36958: ANON. - Hungary. Its people, places and politics. The Visit of the Eighty Club in 1906.
40869: ANON. - Trusts, statutes and directions affecting the professorships, scholarships and prizes and other endowments of the University.
37235: ANON. - Account of the Excavation of Birrens. A Roman Station in Annandale undertaken by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in 1895.
37243: ANON. - The Beauties of England and Wales. Lincolnshire.
37334: ANON. - Hartlepool Charter Celebrations Brochure. 1201-1951.
37363: ANON. - The School Friend Annual 1929.
37384: ANON. - The Singer Vogue Series I, II and III Workshop Manual. Pub No WSM 133.
37396: ANON. - La Bulgarie Contemporaine. [Edition Officielle Du Ministere Du Commerce Et De L'Agriculture.
37412: ANON. - Miscellanies. By the author of 'The Sketch-Book'. No II. Containing Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey.
37414: ANON. - The Harrow Calendar: The School Lists from January 1845 to September 1852, with a History of Harrow School, etc.
37427: ANON. - President Masaryk in Paris, Brussels and London in October 1923.
37435: ANON. - A Gazetteer of Albania. [Permanent Committee on Geographical Names for British Official Use].
37450: ANON. - Oskar Kolberg;s Complete Works 1814-1890.
37454: ANON. - The Albanian Film. The New Albanian Film Studio.
34166: ANON. - Thirty-Seventh Report of the Royal Commissioners of the Patriotic Fund to Her Majesty the Queen 1899. Being the thirtieth report of the Commissioners appointed by the supplementary Commision, dated the 26th March, 1868. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34219: ANON. - Report Respecting the Boiler Explosion at Maidstone. Explosives Act 1875 (38 Vict c 17). Fifth Annual Report of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Explosives; being their Annual Report for the year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34257: ANON. - The Undertaking of the Newcastle Upon Tyne Electric Supply Co ltd and its Associated Companies.
34267: ANON. - Railway Returns for England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland. For the year 1883. Pursuant to the Act 34 & 35 Vict. cap 78. With summary tables for United Kingdom, for each year from 1854 to 1853, &c. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
34268: ANON. - Report on a Boiler Explosion at Messrs Hill and Smiths Works, Brierly Hill 1882. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
34269: ANON. - Report respecting a Boiler Explosion at Messrs Wm Wallace and Co's Works, Burnbank, Glasgow 1882. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
34270: ANON. - Report respecting a fatal Boiler Explosion at Messrs Burrows and Burrows Blue Brick Works, Great Bridge, Staffordshire 1882. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
34271: ANON. - Report respecting fatal Boiler Explosion at Radcliffe, Irwell Vale Dye Works, Manchester. 1882. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
37590: ANON. - Ludmila Zhivkova. Her many worlds, new culture & beauty, concepts & action.
37599: ANON. - Rejoinder of the Proprietors of the Foreign Quarterley Review to the 'Reply of the Foreign Review'.
37607: ANON. - New South Wales, its Progress and Resources. By Authority of the Commissioners. Advance Australia.
37608: ANON. - Annual Examination of the Scholars at Wyke House, Sion-Hill, near Brentford, Middlesex; June 16th - 18th , 1828.
37619: ANON. - The Prodigal Son. In Verse. Shewing how a young gentelman spent his money in riotous living, and was afterwards reduced to feed swine, when being almost starved he returned to his father, who kindly received him, and made a great feast on the occasion.
37623: ANON. - Jack and the Bean-Stalk.
37624: ANON. - Fairburn's Edition of the Speech of Chas Philips, Esq to General D'Ebereux and the Regimants under his command, previous to their embarkation at Dublin, to join the the Spanish Patriots in South America. [Bound With] Two Speeches in defence of the Christian Religion: one delivered at a meeting of the Missionary Society at Cheltnham Oct 7th 1819; the other at the Seventh Aniversary of the City of London Bible Society, in the Egyptian Hall, Mansion House, Nov 4th 1819 by Charles Phillips.
37855: ANON. - A Concise History and Description of Kenilworth Castle, from its Foundation to the Present Time.
37937: ANON. - Knowsley Park, Its Antiquities and History. The Ancestral Home of the Stanleys. Reprinted.
37939: ANON. - Early History of the Littleton Family. Reprinted from an ancient book. Ltd edn. no.16 out of 100 copies.
37940: ANON. - Castle Howard, Its Antiquities and History. The Ancestral Home of the Howards. Reprinted.
40903: ANON. - The Church of England's complaints to the parliament and clergy. Against I. Careless non-residents. II. Encroaching pluralities, etc. To which is added a list of the non-residents in every distinct county of England and Wales, etc.
40883: ANON. - The first book on the chronicles of Bridlington Quay, by a lineal descendant of one of the lost tribes of Israel; reprinted from the "Bridlington Free Press".
39149: ANON - Grand Lodge, 1717-1967.
27311: ANON. - Chesterfield. Scenes from Yesterday.
27443: ANON. - Narford, Norfolk Original Tithe Assesment. The Tithe Commutation Act of 1836 provided the substitution of money payments for previous payments 'in kind'. It was the task of the three Tithe Commissioners through their assistants to implement this Act. Each Parish was assessed and a rent charge or mandatory value placed upon the tithable land. This ensured that any landowner would know what payment he would have to make. Offered for sale here is a near contemporary document with printed heading outlining the assessment and schedules for the above named Parish.
27425: ANON. - Edinburgh Official Guide. Published by the Corporation of the City of Edinburgh.
27426: ANON. - King's Lynn Official Guide.
33939: ANON. - The Hand Book to St Mary Redcliff Church, Bristol; with biographical sketches, and a list of the Chaplains and Vicars, etc, from AD 1207 to the present time.
33929: ANON. - The Bloody Court; or, the Fatal Tribunall. [Richard Rawlinson].
37114: ANON. - Czechoslovakia's Guilty Men. The inside story of the Czechoslovakian Provincial Government.
40395: ANON. - Roche Abbey.
36923: ANON. - About the events in Kosova.
37006: ANON. - Poland and Great Britain before and after the Crimea Conference. Documents.
40875: ANON. - Electric signalling on Railways. Particulars of the Brown-Mackenzie system.
40729: ANON. - Strange facts about Kirkstall Abbey. Contains "The efficaciousness of Bile Beans".
17197: ANSTEY, F. - Voces Populi [Reprinted from "Punch"].
27630: ANSTEY, CHRISTOPHER. - The New Bath Guide.
24001: ANSTRUTHER, IAN. - The Knight and the Umbrella: an account of the Eglinton Tournament, 1839.
34564: ANTHONY, E. JAMES; COLETTE CHILAND (EDITORS). - The Child in His Family. Perilus development: child raising and identity formation under stress. Volume 8.
8670: AN ANTIQUARY. - An Historical View of the Restrictions upon Marriage, especially in relation to England. With the true reasons why marriage with the sister of a deceased wife was prohibited.
20842: ANTOINE, M. J. - On the Multiple Sounds and Optical Phaenomena produced by Vibrating Bodies. Theory of the Bow. [included in The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, and Journal of Science. Third Series. No. 240. Vol. 36. January 1850].
29503: ANTROBUS, JOCELYN J. - Bishop's Hatfield. Some Memories of its Past.
24190: APOLLINAIRE, GUILLAUME (INTRODUCTION). - L'Oevre de John Cleland. Memoires de Fanny Hill, Femme de Plaisir, avec des documents sur la vie a Londres au 18th siecle.
37881: APPERLEY, N. W. - North Country Hunting Half a Century Ago.
28932: APPLETON, JOHN REED. - Cleveland. A Poem in Blank Verse. North of England Tractates No I (Large Paper Copy).
36546: APPONYI, ALBERT, ET AL. - Justice for Hungary: review and criticism of the effect of the Treaty of Trianon.
37153: APPONYI, ALBERT, COUNT. - A brief sketch of the Hungarian Constitution and of the relations between Austria and Hungary.
28983: ARBER, EDWARD (EDITOR). - The last Fight of the Revenge at sea; under the command of Sir Richard Grenville, on the 10-11th of September, 1591. Described by Sir Walter Raleigh, November, 1591, Gervase Markham, 1595, and Jan Huygen Van Linschoten ...
27007: ARBER, EDWARD (EDITOR). - The last Fight of the Revenge at sea; under the command of Sir Richard Grenville, on the 10-11th of September, 1591. Described by Sir Walter Raleigh, November, 1591, Gervase Markham, 1595, and Jan Huygen Van Linschoten ...
41607: ARBER, E. A. NEWELL. - The coast scenery of North Devon. Being an account of the geological features of the coast-line extending from Porlock in Somerset to Boscastle in North Cornwall. Illustrated by seventy photographs, twelve text-figures and two maps.
27183: L'ARBOUSSET, LAURENT DE. - On Silk and the Silkworm. A practical treatise on sericulture. Translated by Elizabeth Wardle ...
5297: ARBUTHNOT, JOHN. - An Essay Concerning the Nature of Ailments, and the choice of them, according to the different constitutions of human bodies. In which the different effects, advantages and disadvantages of animal and vegetable diet are explain'd.
32871: ARCHBOLD, JOHN FREDERICK. - Jervis's Acts, ... relating to the duties of Justices of the Peace ...
16524: ARCHER, WILLIAM HENRY. - Statistical Notes on the Progress of Victoria, from the foundation of the colony, (1835-1860). First Series.-Parts I and II.
22913: ARCHER, THOMAS. - The Highway of Letters, and its echoes of famous footsteps.
34126: ARCHER, MARGARET (EDITED BY). - The Register of Bishop Philip Repingdon 1405-1419. Volume II Memoranda 1411-1419. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 58].
34127: ARCHER, MARGARET (EDITED BY). - The Register of Bishop Philip Repingdon 1405-1419. Volume I Memoranda 1405-1411. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 57].
25981: COUNTY ARCHIVES. - The Common Chronicle: an exhibition of archive treasures from the County Record Offices of England and Wales, 15th June-11th September 1983.
22507: D'ARCY, MARGARET. - A Book of Modern Prayers.
35423: ARDIZZONE, EDWARD. - Birthday Greetings Telegram GPO.
35424: ARDIZZONE, EDWARD. - Birthday Greetings Telegram GPO.
37188: ARDIZZONE, EDWARD (ILLUSTRATOR). - The James Reeves Story Book.
17401: ARENA, JAY M.; JOHN P. MCGOVERN (EDITORS) - Davison of Duke: his reminiscences.
39949: ARGALL, ANNIE E. - The Inspiration of Song, and other Poems.
8707: ARGYLL, DUKE OF. - Iona.
23770: ARGYLL, JOHN DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND CAMPBELL, DUKE OF. - Canadian Pictures, drawn with pen and pencil. By the Marquis of Lorne.
31240: ARISTOTELIAN, PEREGRINUS, PSEUD. - The Trimmer Family, ... With original illustrations in pen and ink, by the author.
21015: ARLOTT, JOHN. - Basingstoke Boy: the autobiography.
27353: ARMAN, F MARCUS. - The Reginald M Phillips Collection of 19th Century British Postage Stamps. A Short Account.
26975: ARMAND, M. - Projet d'Assainissement du Basin du Port de Marseille, et du Canal de la Douane.
37440: ARMBRUSTER, ADOLF. - La Romanite Des Roumains. Histoire D'Une Idee. [Bibliotheca Historica Romaniae Monographies XVIII].
25802: ARMFIELD, MAXWELL. - An Artist in America.
22716: ARMIN, ROBERT. - The Italian Taylor, and his boy.
24111: ARMISTEAD, WILSON (NOTES). - Journal of George Fox; being an historical account ... with notes - biographical and historical ... (2 Volumes in 1).
29872: ARMISTEAD, WILSON. - Tales and Legends of the English Lakes.
8863: ARMITAGE, DORIS MARY. - The Taylors of Ongar. Portrait of an English Family of the eighteenth and nineteenth Centuries. Drawn from family records by the great-great niece of Ann and Jane Taylor.
23442: ARMITAGE, HAROLD. - Early Man in Hallamshire.
26776: ARMITAGE, HAROLD. - Chantrey Land. Being an account of the North Derbyshire village of Norton ... With a frontispiece and eighty-three drawings by Charles Ashmore and other illustrations.
24540: ARMSTRONG, EDWARD A. - Bird Display: an introduction to the study of bird psychology.
31882: ARMSTRONG, EDWARD (EDITED BY). - Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Vol I. Being a Republication.
33168: ARMSTRONG, SIR W G. I LOWTHIAN BELL. JOHN TAYLOR. DR RICHARDSON. (EDITED BY). - The Industrial Resources of the District of the three Northern Rivers, The Tyne, Wear, and Tees, including the reports on the local manufactures. With notes and appendices.
23679: ARMSTRONG, PETER. - Excavations in Sewer Lane, Hull, 1974.
22609: ARMSTRONG, H. C. - Fuels and Furnaces for Industrial Heating: a handbook for furnace managers and firemen.
37944: ARMSTRONG, JAMES LESLIE. - Armstrong's Harrogate hand-book, and visitors' vade mecum. With an appendix, edited by G. W. Piggott ... a map of twenty miles round Harrogate, and thirty illustrations.
42391: ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM GEORGE, ET AL (EDITORS). - The industrial resources of the district of the three northern rivers, the Tyne, Wear, and Tees, including the reports on the local manufactures, read before the British Association, in 1863. Edited by Sir W. G. Armstrong, C.B., LL.D., F.R.S. I. Lowthian Bell, Esq. John Taylor, Esq. Dr. Richardson. With notes and appendices. Illustrated with maps, plans, and wood engravings.
42180: ARMSTRONG, ARTHUR C. - Bouverie Street to Bowling Green Lane: fifty-five years of specialized publishing.
41736: ARMYTAGE, SIR GEORGE JOHN. (EDITOR) - Middlesex pedigrees as collected by Richard Mundy in Harleian Ms. No. 1551
22822: ARNOLD, RALPH. - The Whiston Matter: the Reverend Robert Whiston versus the Dean and Chapter of Rochester.
26617: ARNOLD, H. J. P. - William Henry Fox Talbot: pioneer of photography and man of science.
29267: ARNOLD, E C. - Leafy Warwickshire. [The Homeland Illustrated].
30232: ARNOLD, THOMAS JAMES. - Reynard the Fox, after the German version of Goethe. Illustrated by Joseph Wolf.
31043: ARNOLD, MATTHEW. - On the Study of Celtic Literature.
28362: ARNOLD-BEMROSE, H.H. - Derbyshire. 1st pocket edition.
32805: ARNOLD, HUGH. - Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and France. Painted by Lawrence B Saint.
34998: ARNOLD, MATTHEW (EDITOR). - Poems of Wordsworth.
34591: ARNOT, R. PAGE. - The Miners, in crisis and war: a history of the Miners' Federation of Great Britain (from 1930 onwards). 'Reprints of Economic Classics.'
22537: MR. S. MR. OF ART. - Gammer Gurtons Nedle.
19491: ARTHUR, ALLAN, SIR. - Hotch-Potch and Kedgeree. [Being ... personal experiences in the "Land of Humour" in Scotland, India, and elsewhere with a few non-original but perfectly fresh chestnuts.]
24337: ARTHUR, GEORGE, SIR. - Life of Lord Kitchener (3 Vols).
30271: M'ARTHUR, JOHN. - The Antiquities of Arran. With a historical sketch of the Island embracing an account of the Sudreyjar under the Norseman.
43596: SHEFFIELD SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. - Catalogue of the 65th annual exhibition of work by the Sheffield Society of Artists: the Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, October 1 to November 1, 1936.
36726: ASBOTH, J DE. - An Official Tour through Bosnia and Herzegovina. With an account of the history, antiquities, agrarian conditions, religion, ethnology, folk lore, and social life of the people.
9260: ASBURY, HERBERT. - The French Quarter. An informal history of the New Orleans underworld.
35284: ASCROFT, ROBERT W. - The Conservation of the Nation's Vegetation. The Effect of Smoke on Plant Life.
33540: ASHBY, M. K. - Joseph Ashby of Tysoe 1859-1919. A study of English village life.
34827: ASHLEY, MR. - Report from the Inspectors showing the number of experiments performed on living animals during the year 1878, under licences granted under the Act 39 & 40 Vict c. 77, distinguishing painless from painful experiments.
21892: ASHRAF, P. M. - The Life and Times of Thomas Spence.
26309: ASHTON, THOMAS SOUTHCLIFFE; JOSEPH SYKES. - The Coal Industry of the Eighteenth Century.
26628: ASHTON, H. - Madame de la Fayette: sa vie et ses oeuvres.
36852: ASKENAZY, SIMON. - Dantzig & Poland. Translated from the original Polish by William J Rose.
28085: ASKWITH, BETTY. - The Lytteltons. A Family Chronicle of the Nineteenth Century.
33801: ASPINALL, A (EDITED BY). - The Correspondence of Charles Arbuthnot. Camden Third Series Volume LXV.
17420: ASRATYAN, E. A. - I. P. Pavlov: his life and work.
40976: DURHAM ASSIZE. - An act for enabling the judges of the Northen circuit, to hold an assize at Durham, on Thursday 2nd August, 1649.
19376: BRITISH ASSOCIATION. - Edinburgh's Place in Scientific Progress. Prepared for the Edinburgh Meeting of the British Association by the local editorial committee.
24413: BRITISH ASSOCIATION. - Scientific Survey of South-Eastern Scotland. Prepared for the meeting held in Edinburgh, 8th to 15th August 1951.
25509: NORTHUMBERLAND MINERS' MUTUAL CONFIDENT ASSOCIATION. - Acts of Parliament Affecting Mines and Agreements Under the Acts.
26417: NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY CENTRE OF THE ST. JOHN AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. - Circular from the President upon the result of competitions, etc, 1912.
36281: YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION. - Excursion, programme & arrangements at Fountains Abbey and Ripon, August 28th, 1872.
42192: THE TYPOGRAPHICAL ASSOCIATION. - Report of the delegate meeting held in ... Lowestoft ... 1925 ...
36667: ASTON, F W. - Isotopes.
42275: ASWIN, CLIVE (COMPILER). - History of graphic design and communication: a source book 'Pembridge History of Design Series.'
17906: ATCHLEY, E. G. CUTHBERT F. - The People's Prayers: being some considerations on the use of the litany in public worship. "Alcuin Club Tracts VI."
24231: ATCHLEY, SHIRLEY CLIFFORD. - Wild Flowers of Attica. Illustrated with coloured plates by W.O. Everett. Prepared for publication by W.B. Turrill ...
27540: THE ANNUAL OF THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS. - Nos. 36 and 38. Sessions 1935-1936 and 1937-38. [Comprising] 1. A Philadelphus. The Anavysos Kouros. 2. H. W. and J. D. S. Pendlebury and M. B. Money-Coutts. Excavations in the Plain of Lasithi. I. The Cave of Trapeza ... 3. H. J. W. Tillyard. The Antiphons of the Byzantine Octoechus. 4. B. Dunkley. Greek Fountain-Buildings before 300 B.C. ...
27541: THE ANNUAL OF THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS. - No. 37. Session 1936-37. Papers presented to Professor J. L Myres ... in honour of his 70th birthday.
27544: THE ANNUAL OF THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS. - No. 42. 1947. [Comprising] War Service of Students of the School. 1. F. H. Stubbings. The Mycenaean Pottery of Attica. 2. H. L. Lorimer. The Hoplite Phalanx. 3. J. M. Cook. Athenian Workshops Around 700. 4. S. Benton. Hagios Nikolaos near Astakos in Akarnania. 5. T. J. Dunbabin. Antiquities in Amari. 6. E. J. A. Kenny. The Ancient Docks on the promontory of Sunion. 7. T. B. Mitford. Some Published Inscriptions of Roman Date from Cyprus. 8. N. M. Kontoleon. Notes on an Inscription from Chios.
35746: ATHERTON, W H & A L MELLANBY. - The Resistance and Power of Steamships.
8476: ATKIN, JOHN (EDITOR). - Essays on Song-Writing: with a collection of such English songs as are most eminent for poetical merit.
42048: ATKINS, S. H. (INTRO). - Work for Chimny-sweepers, or, a warning for tobacconists. "The Shakespeare Association Facsimiles No. 11."
37344: ATKINSON, DONALD. - Caistor Excavations.
20720: ATKINSON, J. C., REV. - The Last of the Giant Killers, or the exploits of Sir Jack of Danby Dale.
21708: ATKINSON, C. T. - The Dorsetshire Regiment (2 Volumes). The Thirty-ninth and Fifty-fourth Foot and The Dorset Militia and Volunteers.
22047: ATKINSON, R. J. C. - Stonehenge.
33411: ATKINSON, FRANK. - Industrial Archaeology: top ten sites in North East England.
29342: ATKINSON, J. R. - A Policy for the Durham Coast.
29683: ATKINSON, DONALD. - Birmingham Archaeological Society: Report on Excavations at Wroxeter (the Roman City of Virconium) in the County of Salop, 1923-1927.
30213: ATKINSON, REV J C. - Walks, Talks, Travels and Exploits of Two Schoolboys; A Book for Boys.
31754: ATKINSON, FRANK. - Industrial Archaeology of North East England (2 Vols). [The Countis of Northumberland and Durham and the Cleveland District of Yorkshire].
32668: ATKINSON, J. C., REV. - A Glossary of a Cleveland Dialect: explanatory, derivative, and critical.
33040: ATKINSON, REV J C. - A Glossary of the Cleveland Dialect: Explanatory, Derivative and Critical.
33200: ATKINSON, THOMAS DINHAM; JOHN WILLIS CLARK. - Cambridge Described & Illustrated: being a short history of the town and university.
34502: ATKINSON, W.N. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the North Staffordshire District (no 10) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1896, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1897. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34503: ATKINSON, J.B. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the East Scotland District (no 1) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1896, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1897. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34517: ATKINSON, J.B. - Mines. Report...for the East Scotland District (no 1), to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under The Coal Mines Act 1887, The Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and The Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882, for the year 1892. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34520: ATKINSON, W.N. - Mines. Report...for the North Staffordshire District (no 10), to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under The Coal Mines Act 1887, The Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and The Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882, for the year 1892. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34848: ATKINSON, W.N & FRED A GRAY. - Report...on the circumstances attending an explosion of Coal Dust which occurred at Darran Colliery, in the Cardiff Inspection District, on the 29th October 1909. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
36129: ATKINSON, J. J., INSPECTOR OF MINES FOR THE COUNTY OF DURHAM. - A Practical Treatise on the Gases met with in Coal Mines and the General Principles of Ventilation.
37534: ATKINSON, CHARLES MILNER; JOHN EDWIN MITCHELL. - An account of the life and principles of Sir Samuel Romilly, K.C., M.P., H.M. Solicitor-General, 1806-1807.
34202: ATKINSON, J B. - Mines. Report of J B Atkinson Esq H.M Inspector of Mines for the Scotland District (No 1) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulations Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the Year 1889. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34212: ATKINSON, W N. - Mines. Report of W N Atkinson Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the North Staffordshire District (No 10) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulations Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the Year 1889. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34259: ATKINSON, J.B. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Newcastle District (No 2) to his Majesty's Secretary of Stae for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1908, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1910. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty].
34264: ATKINSON, DR W.N. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the South Wales District (No 7) to his Majesty's Secretary of Stae for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1908, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1910. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty].
42444: ATKINSON, I.. - A compendium of a course of lectures on natural and experimental philosophy. Viz. Properties of Matter and Magnetism. Chemistry. Hydrostatics. Hydraulics. Optics. Electricity. Fortification. Mechanics. Astronomy, &c. To which are added notes and demonstrations, Poetical Extracts, &c.
33807: ATTHILL, REV WILLIAM - Documents relating to the foundation and antiquities of the collegiate church of Middleham, in the county of York; with an historical introduction and incidental notices of the castle town and neighbourhood. Camden Old Series Volume XXXVIII.
33995: ATTHILL, REV WILLIAM. - Documents relating to the foundation and antiquities of the Collegiate Church in Middleham, in the County of York. With an historical introduction, and incidental notices of the castle, town and neighbourhood. Series No 1, 38.
39993: BISHOP AUCKLAND. - Local Studies: Bishop Auckland. 'Ministry of Education Pamphlet; No. 10.'
32904: AUDEN, GEORGE A (EDITED BY). - A Handbook to York and District. Prepared for the 75th meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. 1906.
38492: AUDEN, JOHN ERNEST, REV. - Notes on the church, castle, and parish of Shrawardine.
42268: AUDIN, MAURICE. - Histoire de l'imprimerie: radioscopie d'une ere: de Gutenberg a l'informatique.
17920: AUDOT (EDITOR). - Le Bon Jardiniere, admanach pour l'annee 1839.
31274: AUDSLEY, GEORGE ASHDOWN. - Guide to the Art of Illuminating on Vellum and Paper.
40580: AUDSLEY, GEORGE ASHDOWN AND MAURICE ASHDOWN. - The Practical Decorator and Ornamentist: for the use of architects, practical painters, decorators, and designers ... With descriptive notices and an introductory essay on artistic and practical decoration.
23311: AUGUSTINY, JULIUS. - Kurzer Abriss des Madschamedialekts.
33242: AUNGIER, GEORGE JAMES (EDITOR). - Croniques de London, depuis l'an 44 Hen. III. jusqu' a l'an 17 Edw. III. ... from a MS. in the Cottonian Library. [Original Series Vol. 28.]
33816: AUNGIER, GEORGE JAMES (EDITED BY). - Croniques de London, depuis l'an 44 Hen. III, jusqu'a l'an 17 Edw. III. Camden Old Series Volume XXVIII.
31410: AUSTEN, REV. GEORGE - The Story of Whitby's Old Parish Church. Revised March 1950 by the Rev. Norman A. Vesey.
22692: AUSTIN, ROLAND (COMPILER). - Catalogue of the Gloucester Collection. Books, pamphlets and documents in the Gloucester Public Library relating to the county cities, towns and villages of Gloucestershire.
22847: AUSTIN, ROLAND (COMPILER). - Catalogue of the Gloucestershire Collection. Books, pamphlets and documents in the Gloucester Public Library relating to the county, cities, towns and villages.
34348: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Camden Miscellany XXXI. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 44].
34344: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Camden Miscellany XXXII. [Camden Fifth Series Volume 3].
27422: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - 9 Rugby Books Jeremy Guscot, The Autobigraphy. Will Carling, My Autobiography. A Whole New Ball Game, Phil De Granville. Band of Brothers, A Celebration of the England Rugby Squad. The Official Book of the Rugby World Cup 1991. The Carling Years, England Rugby 1988-96. Jeremy Guscot, A Pictorial Tribute. Rugby World 97. Carling's Men.
27871: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 11.
27869: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 9.
27867: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 6.
27868: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 8.
27865: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 4.
27866: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 5.
27863: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 2.
27864: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 3.
27862: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Sixth Series Volume 1.
27861: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Fifth Series Volume 39.
27859: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Fifth Series Volume 37.
27860: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Transactions of the Royal Historical Society Fifth Series Volume 38.
41041: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - The pleasing instructor or entertaining moralist, consisting of select essays, relations, visions and allegories, collected from the most eminent english authors, to which are prefixed new thoughts on education.
27849: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Camden Miscellany XXXIII. Seventeenth Century Political and Financial Papers. [Camden Fifth Series Volume 7].
27912: VARIOUS AUTHORS. - Address by Rev J Sanderford, Archdeacon of Coventry, 1854. On Baginton Church, 1854. The Ecclesiastical Architecture of England, 1854, [Worcester Diocesan Architectural Society Vol III].
29682: AVELING, S.T. (EDITOR). - Heraldry: ancient and modern, including Boutell's Heraldry.
35140: AXON, ERNEST (EDITED BY). - Manchester Sessions. Notes on Proceedings before Oswald Mosley (1616-1630), Nicholas Mosley (1661-1672), and Sir Oswald Mosley (1734-1739), amd other Magistrates. Vol I - 1616-1622/23. [The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire Vol XLII].
39849: AXON, WILLIAM E. A. - Book Rarities of the Warrington Museum.
26774: AYLIFFE, JOHN. - The Antient and Present State of the University of Oxford ... (2 Vols).
22319: AYLMER, G. E.; REGINAL CANT (EDITOR). - A History of York Minster.
25362: AYRE, JOHN, REV. (EDITOR). - The Works of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury. The second portion, containing, the reply to Harding's answer ...
25363: AYRE, JOHN, REV. (EDITOR). - The Early Works of Thomas Becon, S.T.P., Chaplain to Archbishop Cranmer, prebendary of Canterbury, etc., being the treatises published by him in the reign of King Henry VIII.
30972: AYRTON, MAXWELL & ARNOLD SILCOCK. - Wrought Iron and its Decorative Use.
29922: AYTOUN, WILLIAM EDMONDSTOUNE. - Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers, and other poems.
24114: BACKHOUSE, JAMES. - The Life and Correspondence of William and Alice Ellis, of Airton.
25298: BACKHOUSE, JANET. - The Lindisfarne Gospels.
25456: BACKHOUSE, JAMES. - 'Honour to Whom Honour.' A Lecture on French Protestantism in the 17th and 18th Centuries.
34886: BACKHOUSE, JAMES. - Upper Teesdale Past and Present. A handy reference book.
40196: BACKHOUSE, JAMES. - Upper Teesdale, Past and Present: a handy reference book, ...
18777: BACON, FRANCIS. - The Essays: Colours of Good and Evil and Advancement of Learning.
20304: BACON, FRANCIS. - Essays, Moral, Economic, and Political. With a memoir of the Author.
21099: BACON, FRANCIS. - Of Gardens.
22519: BACON, FRANCIS. - Essayes, Religious Meditations, Places of Perswasion and Disswasion ... from the first edition of 1597.
23146: BACON, FRANCIS. - The Essays of Lord Bacon, including The Advancement of Learning, etc.
33517: BACON, JEAN & STUART. - The Search for Dunwich City under the sea.
37372: BACON. - Bacon's Map of Northumberlamd & Durham.
40620: BACON'S DURHAM. - Bacon's county guide and map of Durham, from the Ordnance Survey.
22710: BADDELEY, J. B. - Climbing in the Lake District. ... My housemaid has 'done' Scafell Pike ... The Path to Glory ...
22820: BADDELEY, WELBORE ST. CLAIR. - A Cotteswold Shrine: being a contribution to the history of Hailes, County Gloucester, manor, parish and abbey.
22827: BADDELEY, M. J. B. - The Peak District of Derbyshire and the Neighbourhood.
9417: BAEDEKER, KARL. - Northern France from Belgium and the English Channel to the Loire excluding Paris and its Environs.
25857: BAEDEKER, KARL. - Switzerland and the adjacent portions of Italy, Savoy, and Tyrol. Handbook for travellers.
20263: BAER, ANNE, MRS. (INTRODUCTION). - Frank Sidgewick's Diary and other material relating to A. H. Bullen, and the Shakespeare Head Press at Stratford-upon-Avon.
36696: BAERLEIN, HENRY. - In Czechoslovakia's Hinterland.
20538: BAGEHOT, WALTER. - Physics and Politics, or thoughts on the principles of 'natural selection' and 'inheritance' to political society.
20528: BAGEHOT, WALTER. - Physics and Politics, or thoughts on the principles of 'natural selection' and 'inheritance' to political society.
21268: BAGGALEY, JAMES. - A Chindit Story.
30916: BAGLEE, CHRISTOPHER. - The Holy Jesus Hospital. A Short History. Northern History Booklet No 14.
26573: BAGLEY, J. J. - A History of Lancashire. 'The Darwen County History Series.'
39079: BAGOT, ALAN. - Accidents in Mines, their causes and prevention.
30671: BAHRAMY, AHMED-ALI. - La Legislation Internationale du Travail et son Influence sur le Droit Iranien. 'Travaux de Droit, d'Economie et de Sociologie No. 9.'
33521: BAIKIE, JAMES, REV. - The Charm of Scott Country. With ... drawings by Gordon Home.
35199: BAILEY, DERRICK SHERWIN (EDITED BY). - Wells Cathedral Act Book 1666-83. [Historical Manuscript Commission].
25477: BAILEY, CYRIL. - Hugh Percy Allen.
26094: BAILEY, JOHN (EDITOR). - A Day-Book of Walter Savage Landor.
28122: BAILEY, CHARLES. - Transcripts from the Municipal Archives of Winchester, and other Documents. Elucidating the Government, Manners, and Customs of the same City, from the thirteenth century to the present period.
30382: BAILEY, CHARLES. - Transcripts from the Municipal Archives of Winchester, and other documents elucidating the government, manners, and customs of the same city, from the thirteenth century to the present period.
32168: BAILEY, THOMAS JOHN (EDITOR). - Ordinum sacrorum in Ecclesia Anglicana defensio, unacum statutis, documentis, et testimoniis ordinum Anglicanorum valorem probantibus; et registro consecrationis Archiepiscopi Parkeri, in Bibliotheca Lambethæ asservato, photozincographice expresso ... (A Defence of Holy Orders in the Church of England, etc.) Lat. & Eng.
34487: BAILEY, THOMAS. - The Triumph of Tom Thumb, or, the reviewers on their marrow-bones. To which is added, a re-print of the Election Jugglers, a pasquinade of the olden day...
34859: BAILEY, REV B - The Fear of God: A sermon preached at the parish church of St Mary, Carlisle, on Sunday, the 17th January, 1819.
34861: BAILEY, REV B. - The state of man before and after the fall: A sermon preached at the parish church of St Cuthbert, Carlisle, on Sunday, the 17th January, 1819.
41528: BAILEY, BENSON. - Ilkley, Bolton Abbey, and the pearls of Craven: Or, sketches of the prettiest spots, in that interesting district.
34475: BAILEY, BENSON. - Ilkley, Bolton Abbey, and the Pearls of Craven: or sketches of the prettiest spots in that interesting district.
31103: BAILY, J T HERBERT. - Emma, Lady Hamilton. A biographical essay with a catalogue of her published portraits.
35890: BAILY, JOHN. - Pheasants and Pheasantries.
9181: BAIN, J. ARTHUR. - Fridtjof Nansen his Life and Explorations.
36897: BAIN, R NISBET. - The Last King of Poland and his Contemporaries.
18359: M'BAIN, J. - The Merrick and the Neighbouring Hills: tramps by hill, stream, and loch.
20387: BAIN, R. D., H.M. INSPECTOR OF MINES. - Reports ... for the Durham District (No. 4) ... for the year 1902.
26801: BAIN, R. D., H.M. INSPECTOR OF MINES. - Reports ... for the Durham District (No. 4) ... for the year 1900.
27041: BAIN, W. J., REV. - A Study of a Rock: but not geological ... A paper on the early history of Sunday Schools, especially in Northamptonshire ...
32861: BAIN, IAIN. - Thomas Bewick: an illustrated record of his life and work.
34507: BAIN, R.D. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Durham District (no 4) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1896, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1897. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
40304: BAIN, IAN (EDITOR AND INTRODUCTION). - The Watercolours and Drawings of Thomas Bewick and His Workshop Apprentices (2 Vols).
22145: BAINES, EDWARD. - The History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster (2 Volumes). The biographical department by the late W. R. Whatton ... Edited by John Harland.
39769: BAINES, F.E - On the Track of The Mail-Coach. Being a volume of reminiscences personal and otherwise.
41342: BAINES, F.E. - On the track of the mail-coach. Being a volume of reminiscences personal and otherwise.
21371: BAKER, B. GRANVILLE. - Old Cavalry Stations.
21719: BAKER, C. - The Metropolitan Railway.
31698: BAKER, JAMES. - Bristol & Clifton Album Guide. Containing over forty photographic views of the chief places and objects of interest in Bristol and Clifton; also two unique panoramic views taken specially for this work by Miell & Ridley.
35670: BAKER, ERNEST E (EDITED BY). - A True and Perfect Narrative of the Late Extraordinary Snows . [Series of Somersetshire Reprints, No III].
35672: BAKER, ERNEST E (EDITED BY). - A true report of certain wonderful overflowings of water in Somerset, Norfolk & other parts of England. AD 1607.
37970: BAKER, THOMAS. - The laws relating to the salmon fisheries in Great Britain, including statutes passed during the last session of parliament for England and Scotland, and the whole of the scotch byelaws.
38050: BAKER, GEORGE (PREFACE AND NOTES). - Poetical History of the Family of Maunsell ...
17292: BAKER, RACHEL - The First Woman Doctor: the story of Elizabeth Blackwell M.D.
40667: BAKER, J. G.; G. R. TATE. - A New Flora of Northumberland and Durham, with sketches of its climate and physical geography. With a sketch of the geology of the two counties, and a map, by G. Tate ... 'Natural History Transactions of Northumberland and Durham ... 1867. Vol. II.'
16469: BAKEWELL, ROBERT. - An Introduction to Geology: intended to convey a practical knowledge of the science, and comprising the most important recent discoveries; with explanations of the facts and phenomena which serve to confirm or invalidate various geological theories.
30748: BALCH, H. E. - Mendip - the Great Cave of Wookey Hole
31030: BALCH, H E. - Mendip. Its Swallet Caves and Rock Shelters.
26627: BALDICK, ROBERT (EDITOR). - Pages from the Goncourt Journal.
24255: BALDOCK, T. S., LIEUT.-COL. - Cromwell as a Soldier. Forming the fifth volume of The Wolseley Series.
28017: BALDRY, A. L. - Contemporary Figure Painters. 'Special Winter Number 1925-6.'
16952: BALDWIN, EDWARD C. - A Letter to All who Profess and Call Themselves Christians.
35648: R M & J BALDWIN. - The Baldwins and the Great Experiment.
38699: BALDWIN, HOUGHTON. - Capital and Labour: the Steains prize essay.
39596: BALDWIN, T. (EDITOR). - Health & Sunshine ... [Southsea and Portsmouth Official Guide.]
37463: BALL, KENNETH. - Datsun 1200 1970-1972 Autobook. Workshop Manual for B110 , KB 110 & VB 110 Series.
38379: BALL, WILFRED (ILLUSTRATOR). - Sussex. 'The 20s. Series.'
30055: BALLANTYNE, R. M. - Shifting Winds: a tough yarn.
20520: BALLARD, ADOLPHUS. - The English Borough in the Twelfth Century. Being two lectures delivered in the examination schools Oxford on 22 and 29 October 1913.
25638: BALLARD, ADOLPHUS. - The English Borough in the Twelfth Century: being two lectures delivered in the Examination Schools Oxford ...
33023: BALLARD, ADOLPHUS. - The Domesday Inquest. [The Antiquary's Books].
18983: BALLARD, ERNEST. - The Little Man in Blue and other sketches.
21116: BALLINGER, JOHN (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE). - Basilikon Doron by King James I: fragment of a Welsh translation by Robert Holland, 1604.
37844: BALMBRA, JOHN - Centenary of Alnwick Savings Bank. Historical Sketch. Reprinted from the "Alnwick Guardian," Saturday, January 27th, 1917.
40211: BALMFORTH, OWEN - History of Fifty Years' Progress, 1860-1910. The Huddersfield Industrial Society Limited.
29491: BANKOWSKY, HEATHER (TRANSCRIBED BY). - Census of Norwich 1851. Parish or Township of St Swithin.
29490: BANKOWSKY, HEATHER (TRANSCRIBED BY). - Census of Norwich 1851. Parish of St Lawrence.
29489: BANKOWSKY, MISS H (TRANSCRIBED BY). - Census of Norwich 1851. Parish or Township od St Michael at Thorn.
18464: BANKS, J. A. - Prosperity and Parenthood: a study of family planning among the Victorian middle classes.
34033: BANKS, F R. - The Borders.
28039: BANKS, W. S. - Walks in Yorkshire: Wakefield and its neighbourhood.
32556: BANNERMAN, W BRUCE (EDITED BY). - The Registers of St Olave, Hart Street, London. [The Publications of the Harleian Society, Registers Volume XLVI for the year MDCCCCXVI].
34400: BANNERMAN, W BRUCE (EDITED BY). - The Registers of St Mildrid, Bread Street, and of St Margaret Moses, Friday Street, LOndon. [Publications of the Harleian Society Vol XLII].
20282: BARBER, GILES (EDITOR, INTRODUCTION AND NOTES). - Anecdotes Typographiques ... by Nicholas Contat dit Le Brun . [with] La Misere des Apprentis Imprimeurs by Dufresne .
29585: BARBER, JOHN B & GEORGE ATKINSON. - Lakeland Passes. Including some charming walks through the district. Foreword by Norman Birkett.
35707: BARBER, REV HENRY. - British Family Names. Their origin and meaning, with lists of Scandinavian, Frisian, Anglo-Saxon and Norman names.
21003: BARBERA, JACK; WILLIAM MCBRIEN. - Stevie: a biography of Stevie Smith.
19334: BARBOUR, JOHN GORDON. - Unique Traditions, chiefly of the West and South of Scotland.
20054: BARBOUR, PHILIP L. - The Three Worlds of Captain John Smith.
17854: BARCLAY, C. N. (EDITOR). - The History of the Duke of Wellington's Regiment 1919-1952.
34030: BARCLAY-HARVEY, SIR MALCOLM. - A History of the Great North of Scotland Railway.
35489: BARCLAY, JOHN F. - Arthur & Company Limited. One Hundred Years of Textile Distribution.
22890: BARDSLEY, CHARLES W. - The Romance of the London Directory.
29049: BARDSLEY, CHARLES WAREING. - Memorials of St. Ann's Church, Manchester. In the last century: an attempt to rectify several popular errors; to which is added a short history of church building and Sunday school work in the same town.
22064: BARING-GOULD, S. - Strange Survivals: some chapters in the history of man.
27906: BARING, FRANCIS HENRY. - Domesday Tables for the County of Hertford.
41601: BARING-GOULD, S. - Devonshire characteristics and strange events. With 55 full-page illustrations reproduced from old prints, etc.
40925: BARING, MAURICE. - Robert Peckham.
23585: BARKER, W. G. M. JONES. - Historical and Topographical Account of Wensleydale and the Valley of the Yore in the North Riding of Yorkshire.
37070: BARKER, THOMAS M. - The Slovene Minority of Carinthia.
40679: BARKER, A. AURIOL, REV. - The afflictions and consolations of ministers useful to their people. A sermon preached in Chesterfield church ... on the occasion of the death of the late Mrs. Hill, ...
36578: BARKLEY, HENRY C. - Between the Danube and Black Sea, or, Five Years in Bulgaria.
26393: BARKLEY, HENRY C. - A Ride Through Asia Minor and Armenia: giving a sketch of the characters, manners and customs of both the Mussulman and Christian inhabitants.
28243: BARLEY, ALFRED H. - The Drayson Problem. His Important Astronomical Discovery. An astronomical survey of the whole question, in the form of a reply to a recent article in the journal of The British Astronomical Association entitled " The Draysonian Fallacy"
21746: BARLOW, PETER. - An Investigation into the Power of Locomotive Engines, and the Effect produced by that Power at different Velocities. [Taken from the Transactions of the Institute of Civil Engineers. Volume 3, 1840].
22322: BARLOW, H. C. - Dante: small collection of items - the six main works [Il Conte Ugolino e l'Arcivescova Ruggieri; a sketch from the Pisan chronicles; Letteratura Dantesca. Remarks on the reading of the 114th verse of the VIIth canto of the Paradise of the Divina Commedia; The Young King and Bertrand de Born; Francesca da Rimini, her lament and vindication; with a brief notice of the Malatesti, ...; Il Gran Refiuto, what it was, who made it, and how fatal to Dante Allighieri; La Divina Commedia. Remarks on the reading of the fifty-ninth verse of the fifth canto of the "Inferno."] being presentation copies to Professor G. Stephens, in original wraps, variously printed with relevant ephemera loosely inserted. Also two copies of Reason and Faith printed on the death of H.C.B.'s father, and with a memoir written by H.C.B. 8 items + ephemera.
18483: BARNARD, E. A. B. - A Seventeenth Century Gentleman (Sir Francis Throckmorton, 1640-80).
25885: BARNARD, MARJORIE. - A History of Australia. 'Australian Classics Series.'
41467: BARNARD, M. R. - Sport in Norway, and where to find it. Together with a short account of the vegetable productions of the country. To which is added, a list of the alpine flora of the Dovre Fjeld and of the Norwegian ferns, etc.
31608: BARNARDISTON, K W. - Clare Priory. Seven Centuries of a Suffolk House. Edited with introductory note by Norman Scarfe.
18758: BARNES, WINSTON F. - The Philosophical Predicament.
36324: BARNES, MRS J & MRS K PHENIX. - 1851 Census of Cheshire. Surname Index Vol 6 - Runcorn District.
22769: BARNES, P. E. - Unbeaten Tracks around Bristol, Bath and Weston-Super-Mare.
28478: BARNETT, T. RATCLIFFE. - The Road to Rannoch and the Summer Isles.
28195: BARON, REV W R N. - The Story of the Church of St Michael the Archangel at Kirkby Malhamdale (Craven, Yorkshire).
35789: BARR, AMELIA E. - Scottish Sketches.
41852: BARR, SAMUEL. - The art of singing at sight simplified.
34607: BARRACLOUGH, KENNETH C. - Steelmaking before Bessemer - the importance of the North East of England. Research Report of the Cleveland Industrial Archaeology Society Number 1.
31220: BARRATT, C. R. B. - Essex: highways, byways, and waterways. Second Series.
34814: BARRETT, C R B. - The History of the Society of Apothecaries of London.
36653: BARRIE, D S & C R CLINKER. - The Somerset & Dorset Railway. [The Oakwood Library of Railway History].
37748: BARRIE, J. M. - An Edinburgh Eleven. pencil portraits from college life. '"British Weekly" Extras, No. III.'
38404: BARRINGTON, RUSSELL, MRS. - A retrospect and other articles.
30397: A BARRISTER. - A Tour in Quest of Genealogy, through several parts of Wales, Somersetshire, and Wiltshire. In a series of letters to a friend in Dublin; interspersed with a description of Stourhead and Stonehenge; together with various anecdotes, and curious fragments from a manuscript collection ascribed to Shakespeare.
16803: BARROW, ANDREW. - The Flesh is Weak: an intimate history of the Church of England.
29954: BARROW, J. - The Life of Peter the Great.
21120: BARRY, HERBERT. - Ivan at Home; or, pictures of Russian life.
30210: BARRY, P. - Wealth and Poverty Considered [Bound With] The Workman's Wrongs and the Workman's Rights. A Plea for the People.
25482: BARTHOLDY, FELIX MENDELSSOHN. - Letters from Italy and Switzerland. Translated ... by Lady Wallace.
19184: BARTLETT, CHARLES H. - Memorial Day Address ... before Fred. Smyth Post, No. 10, G. A. R., at Newport, N. H., May 30th, 1889.
27931: BARTLETT, WILLIAM A. - The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Wimbledon, Surrey. With sketches of earlier inhabitants.
34874: BARTLETT, REV JOHN B. - A sermon preached in Christ Church, Weston Super Mare, on Sunday June 27th, 1875; and in the Parish Church, Llanllwni, on Sunday July 18th, 1875.
27468: BARTLETT, MARY. - Gentians.
30610: BARTON, B. T. - History of the Borough of Bury and Neighbourhood, in the County of Lancaster.
33576: BARTON, D. B. - A Historical Survey of the Mines and Mineral Railways of East Cornwall and West Devon.
41937: BARTRAM, SAM. - Sam Bartram. His autobiography.
32784: BASING, PATRICIA. - Parish Fraternity Register. Fraternity of the Holy Trinity and SS Fabian and Sebastian in the Parish of St Botolph without Aldersgate. [London Record Series No 18].
31134: BASTICK, WILLIAM & WILLIAM DICKINSON (EDITED BY). - Annals of Pharmacy and Practical Chemistry. A monthly record of British and Foreign materia medica, pharmacy, and chemistry, theoretical and technical. Volume I. [Published in 3 Volumes from 1852-4. The first 12 Issues in Volume I].
21247: BASTIN, JEREMY. - The History of The 15th/19th, The King's Royal Hussars, 1945-1980.
24358: BASTIN, JEREMY. - The History of The 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars, 1945-1980.
19193: BATCHELLOR, A. S. - The relations of the Town and State. An historical address delivered at the centennial celebration at the incorporation of Littleton, July 4, 1884.
41960: BATEMAN, JOHN FREDERIC LA TROBE. - History and description of the Manchester Waterworks.
18766: BATES, ELY. - Rural Philosophy: or reflections on knowledge, virtue, and happiness; chiefly in reference to a life of retirement in the country.
24137: BATES, H. E.; C. F. TUNICLIFFE (ILLUSTRATOR). - In the Heart of the Country.
25168: BATES, CADWALLADER J. - The History of Northumberland.
27042: BATES, FRANK. - Lights and Landmarks of the Temperance Movement in Northamptonshire.
33047: BATES, M I (COMPILED BY). - Blyth Past and Present.
33819: BATESON, MARY (EDITED BY). - A Narrative of the Changes in the Ministry 1765-1767. Told by the Duke of Newcastle in a series of letters to John White, MP. [Royal Historical Society].
42443: BATESON, WILLIAM. - The methods and scope of genetics: an inaugural lecture delivered 23 October 1908
42059: BATHAM, CYRIL. - Prestonian lecture 1981. The Grand Lodge of England according to the old institutions otherwise known as the Grand Lodge of the antients as the most ancient and honourable society of free and accepted masons as the Atholl Grand Lodge and as the Grand Lodge of the four degrees.
31040: BATTEN, JOHN. - Historical and Topographical Collections Relating to the Early History of Parts of South Somerset. Viz, Barwick, Brympton, Chilton Cantelo, Houndston, Sutton Bingham, Preston, East Cocker, Limington, with notices of West Cocker and Hardington Manderville.
24192: BAUDELAIRE, CHARLES. - Les Fleurs du Mal.
22614: BAUMER, EDWARD. - The Early Days of the Sun Fire Office.
32076: BAWDWEN, REV WILLIAM. - A Translation of the Record called Domesday, so far as relates to the counties of Middlesex, Hertford, Buckingham, Oxford and Gloucester.
29436: BAXTER, COLIN & RAWDON GOODIER. - The Cairngorms. The Nature of the Land.
29852: BAXTER, JAMES. - Properties of Wool Reminiscences, Etc.
24407: BAXTER, COLIN. - Scotland: the nature of the land: photographs of national nature reserves in Scotland.
19574: BAXTER, W. (EDITOR). - Cyclists' Touring Club British Road Book New Series. Vol. II. South-West England.
19265: BAXTER, COLIN; RAWDON GOODIER. - The Cairngorms: the nature of the land.
22069: BAYE, J. DE, BARON. - The Industrial Arts of the Anglo-Saxons. Translated by T. B. Harbottle.
38556: BAYFORD, A. F. (EDITOR). - The judgment of the Right Hon. Stephen Lushington, D.C.L., &c. &c. &c., delivered in the Consistory Court of the Bishop of London in the cases of Westerton against Liddell (Clerk) and Horne and others and Beal against Liddell (Clerk) and Parke and Evans, on 5th December 1855. [And] The judgment of the Right Hon. Sir John Dodson Kt., Dean of Arches, etc. etc. etc., also the judgment of The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, in the cases of Liddell (Clerk) and Horne and others against Westerton, Liddell (Clerk) and Park and Evans against Beal ... (2 Vols).
40891: BAYLE, P (I.E. HENRY PENNECK.) - Apostolical succession, every thing else, and a few things besides. A letter originally addressed to the editor of the Penzance Gazette.
37652: BAYLEY, JOHN. - The History and Antiquities of the Tower of London, with memoirs of royal and distinguished persons ...
32404: BAYLY, M BEDDOW. - The Basic Principles of Health and Disease.
32403: BAYLY, M BEDDOW. - Pernicious Anaemia.
32402: BAYLY, M BEDDOW. - The Problem of Antiseptics.
32400: BAYLY, M BEDDOW. - The Futility of Arguing from Experimental Conditions in Animals to Natural Conditions in Man.
17238: BAYNE-POWELL, ROSAMOND - The English Child in the Eighteenth Century.
31530: BAYNE, C G. - Anglo Roman Relations (Volume 2). Oxford Historical and Literary Studies.
38694: BAZELEY, WILLIAM, REV. - Descriptive and archaeological notes on the Tudor carvings recently discovered in an ancient mansion now 163, Westgate Street, Gloucester in the possession of Mr. J. Ambrose Fisher. With ... sketches by Mr. G. A. Howitt.
34797: BEACHAM, A. - Survey of Industries in Welsh Country Towns.
20783: BEACHCROFT, S. P. (EDITOR). - Clifton College Register, 1862 to 1962.
31573: BEAK, MURIEL L. - A Picture-Book of Malmesbury. With a history by June Badeni and a foreword by John Betjeman.
36709: BEAMAN, A HULME. - M Stambuloff. [Public Men of Today. An International Series].
24826: BEAMISH, DEREK; HAROLD BENNETT; JOHN HILLIER. - Poole and World War II.
22384: BEAN, W. J. - The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: historical and descriptive.
32828: BEAN, PERCY & WILLIAM MCLEARY, - The Chemistry and Practice of Finishing (2 Vols). A practical treatise on bleaching and the finishing of white, dyed, and printed cotton goods.
22373: BEARD, GEOFFREY. - The Work of Robert Adam.
23826: BEARDSLEY, AUBREY. - The Early Work of Aubrey Beardsley. With a prefatory note by H. C. Marillier.
6431: BEARDWOOD, ALICE (EDITOR). - Records of the Trial of Walter Langeton Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield 1307-1312.
28121: BEARE, GERALDINE. - Crime Stories from the Strand. Introduction by H R F Keating. Illustrations by David Eccles.
32449: BEASTALL, T W. - A North Country Estate. The Lumleys and Saundersons as landowners, 1600-1900.
19771: BEATON, CECIL. - Indian Diary and Album.
19764: BEATON, CECIL. - Near East.
5301: BEATSON, ROBERT. - A Political Index to the the Histories of Great Britain and Ireland; or a complete register of the hereditary honours, public offices, and persons in office, from the earliest period to the present time (2 Volumes).
26246: BEATTIE, JAMES. - The Minstrel; or, the progress of genius: in two parts. With some other poems.
33182: BEATTIE, JAMES. - The Minstrel; or, the progress of genius: in two parts with some other poems. [Bound With] The Hermit of Warkworth. A Northumberland Ballad, in three fits by Dr Thos Percy.
38800: BEATTIE, DAVID, JOHNSTONE. - Prince Charlie and the Borderland.
20958: BEATTY, FREDERIKA. - William Wordsworth of Rydal Mount: an account of the poet and his friends in the last decade.
18582: DE BEAUFORT, RAPHAEL LEDOS (TRANSLATOR AND EDITOR). - Napoleon and His Detractors. By his Imperial Highness Prince Napoleon.
15512: BEAUMONT, WILLIAM. - Experiments and Observations on the Gastric Juice and the Physiology of Digestion. Together with a biographical essay 'A Pioneer American Physiologist' by Sir William Osler.
19958: BEAUMONT-VASSY, LE VISCOMTE DE. - Les Suedois depuis Charles XII (2 Vols in 1).
22593: BEAUMONT, WILLIAM. - Henry IV. Part I. Being an attempt to connect some Cheshire persons, circumstances, and places with Shakespere's drama of this name.
29447: BEAUMONT, R M. - The Chapter of Southwell Minster. A Story of 1000 Years. Foreword by the Rt Rev. the Lord Bishop of Southwell.
33897: BEAUVOISON, MARIOT DE. - A collection of anecdotes and stories interspersed with epigrammes, bons-mots, reparties, maxims, etc. In prose and verse. With an explanation of the difficult words, phrases and idioms, at the end.
25584: BEAVER, PATRICK. - A History of Tunnels.
29050: BEAZLEY, F.C. - The Parish Church of S.Saviour, Oxton. Foreword by the Reverend Canon James Bourchier Sayer.
29744: BEAZLEY, F C. - The Parish Church of S. Saviour, Oxton. [Foreword by the Rev Canon James Bourchier Sayer].
32354: BEAZLEY, ELIZABETH; LIONEL BRETT. - North Wales. - (A Shell Guide). Caernarvonshire, Anglesey, Denbighshire and Flintshire.
36492: BEAZLEY, F. C. - Notes on the Parish of Burton in Wirral.
28087: BECKENSALL, STAN. - Life and Death in Prehistoric Northumberland.
16578: BECKFORD, WILLIAM. - Thoughts on Hunting. In a series of familiar letters to a friend.
38244: BECKING, EDUARD (EDITOR). - Fliesen-Böden nach Gemälden des fünfzehnten und fechzehnten jahrhunderts von Jan van Eyck, Hans Holbein ... Hans Memling, Durik Bouts, Meister von St. Severin und Anderen mehr ...
34791: BECKWITH, FRANK. - Yorkshire Historical Fiction. A Reader's Guide.
31814: BECKWITH, FRANK. - Yorkshire Historical Fiction. A Reader's Guide.
28101: BEDE, VENERABLE. - The Lives of the Abbots of Wearmouth.
31577: BEDFORD, HERBERT. - The Heroines of George Meredith.
32463: BEDFORD, REV W K. - Three Hundred Years of a Family Living, being a History of the Rilands of Sutton Coldfields.
21034: BEDFORD, SYBILLE. - Aldous Huxley: a biography. Volume two: 1939-1963.
21033: BEDFORD, SYBILLE. - Aldous Huxley: a biography. Volume one: 1894-1939.
39012: BEDFORD. - A schedule of the records and other documents of the Corporation of Bedford.
39043: BEDFORDSHIRE. - Notes of the Bedfordshire Architectural & Archaeological Society. Vol. I. [Comprising 14 issues] No. 1.-January, 1853. - No. 14, January, 1867. [inclusive.]
40865: BEDFORDSHIRE. - Post Office directory of Bedfordshire.
36682: BEDO, ALEXANDER KALNOKI & GEORGE TORZSAY-BIBER. - Legal Sources and Bibliography of Hungary.
38692: BEECHENO, F. R. - Notes on the Church of Saint Andrew, Norwich. [Extracted from the Author's MS. History of the Church.]
30226: BEECHER, HARRIET. - The Mayflower; or, Tales and Pencilings.
30145: BEECHING, REV H C (EDITED BY). - The Poetical Works of John Milton. [Oxford Complete Edition].
25783: BEECHING, JACK. - An Open Path: Christian missionaries 1515-1914.
40857: BEEK, A. VAN. - Beschrijving van eenen toestel ter verwarming van een uitgestrekt gebouw ...
22474: BEERS, HENRY A. - The Connecticut Wits, and other essays.
33049: BEKE, CHARLES T. - Views in Ethnography, the Classification of Languages, the Progress of Civilization, and the Natural History of Man.
37610: BEKE, CHARLES T. - Views on Ethnography, the Classification of Languages, the Progress of Civilization, and the Natural History of Man.
31114: BELDAM, GEORGE W & P A VAILE. - Great Lawn Tennis Players. Their Methods Illustrated.
5389: BELL, ROBERT. - Wayside Pictures Through France, Belgium, and Holland.
8780: BELL, C. F. (EDITOR). - Annals of Thomas Banks ...
17717: BELL, SAMUEL N[EWELL]. - A Digest of the Laws of New-Hampshire pertaining to Common Schools, with legal decisions, forms, etc. prepared at the request of the secretary of state, aggreeably to a resolution of the Legislative, passed June session, 1853.
18492: BELL, GARY M. - A Handlist of British Diplomatic Representatives 1509-1688.
19175: BELL, LUTHER V. - Eulogy on Gen. Zachary Taylor, Late President of the United States, delivered by the appointment of the city authorities and citizens, conjointly, of the city of Cambridge, August 13, 1850.
21803: BELL, A. C. - History of the Manchester Regiment, First and Second Battalions, 1922-1948.
22066: BELL, STUART. - Paris Sixty-Nine.
22585: BELL, ROBERT (EDITOR). - Early Ballads, illustrative of history, traditions and customs.
25626: BELL, GARY M. - A Handlist of British Diplomatic Representatives, 1509-1688.
25952: BELL, H. IDRIS. - Egypt from Alexander the Great to the Arab Conquest: a study in the diffusion and decay of Hellenism. Being the Gregynog Lectures for 1946.
26331: BELL, H. IDRIS; T. C. SKEAT (EDITORS). - Fragments of an Unknown Gospel, and other early Christian papyri.
26392: BELL, LADY, MRS. HUGH BELL. - At the Works: a study of a manufacturing town.
27209: BELL, VICARS. - To Meet Mr. Ellis: Little Gaddesden in the Eighteenth Century.
27235: BELL, H. IDRIS; T. C. SKEAT (EDITORS). - Fragments of an Unknown Gospel, and other early Christian papyri.
32914: BELL, REV CHARLES C. - The Story of York Minster. Preface by the Dean of York.
28303: BELL, REV. FRED. - Midnight Scenes in the Slums of New York or Lights and Shadows.
32852: BELL, I. LOWTHIAN. - On the preliminary treatment of the materials used in the manufacture of pig iron in the Cleveland district. [Bound with:] HILL, Alfred C. Description of the improved compound-cylinder blowing engines at the Lackenby Iron Works, Middlesbrough.
27986: BELL, WATER GEORGE. - The Great Plague of London in 1655.
33520: BELL, WALTER GEORGE. - The Great Fire of London in 1666.
34521: BELL, THOMAS. - Mines. Report...for the Durham District (no 4), to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under The Coal Mines Act 1887, The Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and The Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882, for the year 1892. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
25877: BELL, AGNES PATON. - Melbourne: John Batman's village.
24424: BELL, ALAN (EDITOR). - Lord Cockburn: a bicentenary commemoration, 1779-1979.
22852: BELL, WALTER GEORGE. - More About Unknown London.
34111: BELL, THOMAS. - Report on the Inspection of Mines in the Durham District, comprising the southern portion of the county of Durham, the county of Westmoreland, and the North Riding of the county of York, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1872, and the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 & 1875, from the 1st day of January to the 31st day of December 1880 inclusive. Mines. Reports of the Inspectors of Mines, to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, for the Year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34159: BELL, THOMAS. - Mines. Report of Thomas Bell, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Durham District (No 4), to her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the year 1888. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34206: BELL, THOMAS. - Mines. Report of Thomas Bell Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Durham District (No 4) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulations Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the Year 1889. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
37584: BELL, ISABELLA, MRS. - The Lost Sailor and Other Chapters, from a Northern Rectory.
37857: BELL, SAMUEL - Dissent and Congregationalism. An Introductory Discourse, delivered at the Ordination of the Rev. Edward Edwards, as Pastor of The Congregational Church of Garstang, on Friday the 12th of June, 1829.
37986: BELL, R. C. - Tyneside Pottery.
38403: BELL, ROBERT. - The Life of the Rt. Hon. George Canning.
38163: BELL, ROBERT. - Outlines of the course of lectures on conveyancing established by the Society of Clerks to the Signet: with a concentrated view of the clauses of deeds.
38622: BELLAM, GEORGE A. - Rambles in the Derwent Valley. A guide to places of interest and beauty in the Derwent Valley with illustrations.
39640: BELLAM, G. .A. - Rambles in the Derwent Valley. [A guide to places of interest and beauty in the Derwent Valley.]
34496: BELLAMY, R L. - Do You Good Ballads for the Young.
21073: BELLOC, HILLAIRE. - The Highway and Its Vehicles. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
26897: BELLOC, HILLAIRE. - The Stane Street: a monograph. Illustrated by William Hyde.
32067: BELLOC, HILAIRE. - Elizabethan Commentary.
18534: BELOFF, MAX. - The Age of Absolutism 1660-1815.
31920: BELSHAM, THOMAS. - A Charge, delivered at the ordination of the Rev. Timothy Kenrick, at Exeter, July 28th, 1785; and the substance of which was afterwards repeated at the ordination of the Rev. William Browne at Wrexham, August 24th, 1785.
40115: BELSON, MARY. - The Orphan Boy; or, a journey to Bath. Founded on fact. [With] The Orphan Girl; or sweets of benevolence. Being a sequel to Orphan Boy.
25567: BENBOW, W. E. (EDITOR). - Steels in Modern Industry. A comprehensive survey by 29 specialist contributors.
36685: BENCZE, IMRE & ERZSEBET V TAJTI. - Budapest an Industrial-Geographical Approach.
36794: BENECKE, ELSE C M & MARIE BUSCH (TRANSLATED BY). - More Tales by Polish Authors.
3503: BENET, SULA. - Song, Dance and Customs of Peasant Poland.
22738: BENFIELD, ERIC. - The Town of Maiden Castle.
22878: BENHAM, WILLIAM; CHARLES WELCH. - Mediaeval London.
22947: BENHAM, CHARLES E. - Colchester Worthies. A bibliographical index of Colchester.
39557: BENHAM, W. GURNEY - Colchester Oyster Feast, its History and its Toast List.
41868: BENNET, WILLIAM HEATH. - Select biographical sketches from the note-books of a law reporter.
18484: BENNETT, H. S. - The Pastons and Their England: studies in an age of transition.
24726: BENNETT, S. BARLOW. - A Manual of Technical Plumbing and Sanitary Science.
34944: BENNETT, ARNOLD. - The Author's Craft.
35203: BENNETT, N.H (EDITED BY). - The Register of Richard Fleming, Bishop of Lincoln 1420-31. [Canterbury & York Society Vol LXXIII].
21626: BENNEY, MARK. - Gaol Delivery. For the Howard League of Penal Reform.
28923: BENNIE, JAMES. - Notes on the Contents of Two Bits of Clay form the Elephant Bed at Kilmaurs in 1817. [Read 20th May 1885, Geological Survey of Scotland].
36516: BENOSCHOFSKY, ILONA; ALEXANDER SCHEIBER (EDITORS). - The Jewish Museum of Budapest.
17815: BENSON, JOSEPH. - The substance of a sermon, preached on the occasion of the death of Mr. Alexander Mather; on Sunday the 31st of August, 1800, at the chapel in Queen-Street, and at the New-Chapel, City-Road, London.
27573: BENSON, EDWARD WHITE. - Cyprian, his life, his times, his work.
31649: BENSON, C E. - Crag and Hound in Lakeland.
32903: BENSON, EDWIN. - Life in a Mediaeval City. Illustrated by York in the XVth Century.
16784: BENT, J. THEODORE. - The Ruined Cities of Mashonland. Being a record of excavation and exploration in 1891.
27950: BENTLEY, RICHARD. - Some Historic Inns of Slough. (These Articles appeared originally in the Slough Observer).
27998: BENTLEY, JOHN & PHIL MCNEILL. - Lions Uncaged (Signed).
33158: BENTLEY, PHYLLIS E. - Carr: being a biography of Philip Joseph Carr, manufacturer of the village of Carr Foot, in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Written by his grand-daughter, Mary Elizabeth Carr.
9191: BENTWICH, NORMAN. - A Wanderer in the Promised Land.
39327: WALKER BEQUEST. - Sir Edward Daniel Walker Bequest.
33069: BER, GERLYVER & CHRISTINE TRURAN. - A Short Cornish Dictionary.
22582: BERANGER, P. J. DE. - Oeuvres Completes (2 Volumes). Contenant les dix chansons nouvelles.
23345: BERESFORD, M. W. - The Leeds Chamber of Commerce.
24525: BERG, BENGT. - Die Seltsame Insel.
20468: BERGER, JOSEPH. - Shipwreck of a Generation: the memoirs ...
26186: BERGMAN, RAY. - Just Fishing.
38437: BERINGTON, JOSEPH, REV. - A letter to The Right Reverend John Douglas, Vicar Apostolic of the London district.
9286: BERKELEY, SIR WILLIAM. - A Discourse and View of Virginia.
20824: BERKELEY, GEORGE F.-H. - My Recollections of Wellington College.
25048: BERNARD, GARETH. - Northumberland Scene.
17064: BERQUE, JAQUES. - French North Africa: the Maghrib between two world wars.
32407: BERRIDGE, CLIVE. - The Almshouses of London.
19744: BERRY, FRANCIS. - I Tell of Greenland: an edited translation of the Saudarkrokur Manuscripts.
25598: BERRY, A. J. - Henry Cavendish: his life and scientific work.
30572: BERRY, JAMES. - The Luddites in Yorkshire.
31509: BERRY, R J & H N SOUTHERN (EDITED BY). - Variation in Mammalian Populations. [Symposia of the Zoological Society of London Number 26].
24897: BERTRAM, ROBERT J. S. - Durham: a sketchbook ...
22888: BESANT, WALTER; JAMES RICE. - Sir Richard Whittington, Lord Mayor of London.
32711: BESANT, WALTER. - London.
17412: BESOMBES, ANDRE; GEORGE DAGEN - Pierre Fauchard: pere de l'art dentaire moderne (1678-1761) et ses contemporains.
23512: BEST, T., REV. (INTRODUCTION). - Memoranda of the Late Ann Harrison, of Weston.
32696: BESWICK, WILFRED. - Industrialist's Journey (Memoirs of a Northern Business Man).
22763: BETJEMAN, JOHN; JOHN PIPER (EDITORS). - Murray's Buckinghamshire Architectural Guide.
26760: BETJEMAN, JOHN. - A Few Late Chrysanthemums.
16134: BETT, HENRY. - English Myths and Traditions.
17284: BETT, W. R. - Sir John Bland-Sutton 1855-1936. Foreword by Lord Webb-Johnson.
8676: BEVAN, REBECCA. - A Testimony from Tottenham Monthly Meeting, concerning Rebecca Bevan, Decased.
35951: BEVAN-EVANS, M. - Guide to the Flintshire Record Office. Flintshire Quarter Sessions and other Official Records.
35328: BEVAN, EDWYN. - Jerusalem Under the High Priests. Five lectures on the period between Nehemiah and the New Testament.
34540: BEVAN, EDWYN. - Hellenism and Christianity.
27277: BEVAN, G PHILLIPS. - Tourists Guide to to the County of Surrey. Containing full information concerning all its favourite places of resort.
39249: BEVERIDGE, WILLIAM, LATE LORD BISHOP OF ST ASAPH. - Private thoughts upon religion, digested into twelve articles; with practical resolutions form'd thereupon. Written in his younger years, for the settling of his principles, and conduct of his life.
26159: BEWICK, THOMAS. - A Memoir of Thomas Bewick, written by himself. Edited with an introduction by Iain Bain.
26160: BEWICK, THOMAS. - A Memoir of Thomas Bewick, written by himself, 1822-1828. With an introduction by Edmund Blunden.
26161: BEWICK, THOMAS. - A Memoir of Thomas Bewick, written by himself.
26175: BEWICK, THOMAS. - The Looking-Glass of the Mind. A reprint of the edition of 1792, with the original illustrations by Bewick. With an introduction by Charles Walsh.
26253: BEWICK, THOMAS. - Bewick's Birds: a selection. Verses by Tessimond.
33039: BEWICK, THOMAS. - A Memoir of Thomas Bewick written by himself. Edited with an introduction by Montague Weekley.
37949: BEWICK, THOMAS. - Waiting For Death: an unfinished wood engraving by Thomas Bewick.
41500: BEWICK, JOSEPH. - Geological Treatise on the District of Cleveland, in North Yorkshire, its ferruginous deposits, lias, and oolites; with some observations on ironstone mining.
40808: BEWICK, JOSEPH. - Geological Treatise on the District of Cleveland, in North Yorkshire, its ferruginous deposits, lias, and oolites; with some observations on ironstone mining.
24133: BEWS, J. W. - Studies in the Ecological Evolution of the Angiosperms. New Phytologist Reprint, No. 16.
22301: BHATTACHARYYA, BENOYTOSH. - The Indian Buddhist Iconography, mainly based on the Sadhanamala and other cognate tantric texts of rituals.
18016: BIAGI, GUIDO. - The Last Days of Percy Bysshe Shelley. New details from unpublished documents.
41435: BIBBERO, PROF. MARQUIS. - Brief hints on swimming.
41271: BIBBY, ROLAND. - Bothal observed: a survey of a Northumbrian castle, village and church.
26722: BIBLIOGRAPHY. - Exposition Internationale du Livre et des Arts Graphiques. Leipzig 1914. Cataloge Officiel de la Section Francaise.
24534: BICKERTON, W. - The Home-Life of the Terns or Sea Swallows.
29517: BICKHAM, GEORGE. - The British Monarchy, or A New Chorographical Description of All the Dominions Subject to the King of Great Britain.
27115: BICKLEY, W. B. (COMPILER). - Inhabitants of Birmingham, Edgbaston and Aston, possessing goods to the value of ten shillings and upwards in the year of 1327. ...
18891: BIDDER, H. F., CAPTAIN (EDITOR). - Two Years on Trek: being some account of the Ryal Sussex Regiment in South Africa. By the late Lt.-Colonel du Moulin. With a preface by Col. J. G. Panton ...
9363: BIDOU, HENRY. - Paris.
36573: BIGELOW, POULTNEY. - Paddles and Politics Down the Danube. 'Fiction, Fact, and Fancy Series.'
27802: BIGMORE, F C AND C W H WYMAN (COMPILED BY). - A Bibliography of Printing with Notes & Illustrations.
27365: BIGNOLD, SIR ROBERT. - Five Generations of the Bignold Family 1761-1947. And there connection with the Norwich Union.
32451: BIGNOLD, SIR ROBERT. - Five Generations of the Bignold Family 1761-1947 and their connection with the Norwich Union.
36932: BIHIKU, KOCU. - An Outline of Albanian Literature. Translated by Ali Cungu.
31616: BILLSON, CHARLES JAMES. - Mediaeval Leicester.
38758: BILLSON, CHARLES JAMES. - Mediaeval Leicester.
33964: BINGHAM, ALD J H. - The Period of the Sheffield School Board 1870-1903. A record of the founding and career of the board, and the progress in educational idea, provision, practice, and administration under the board during that period.
27131: BINNIE, ALEXANDER R. - Lectures. Water supply, rainfall, reservoirs, conduits and distribution. Delivered at the School of Military Engineering, Chatham.
21419: BINNS, P. L., LIEUTENANT-COLONEL. - The Story of the Royal Tournament.
17734: UNITED STATES MILITARY BIOGRAPHY. - Captain Walter Mason Dickinson. Revised and reprinted from The Amherst Record.
22105: BIRCH, SAMUEL. - History of Ancient Pottery, Egyptian, Assyrian, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman.
22877: BIRCH, G. H. - London on Thames in Bygone Days.
22258: BIRD, GEORGE FREDERICK. - The Locomotives of The Great Northern Railway, 1847-1902.
30745: BIRD, VIVIAN. - A Short History of Warwickshire and Birmingham.
21248: BIRDWOOD, LIEUT.-COLONEL LORD. - The Worcestershire Regiment, 1922-1950.
21405: BIRDWOOD, LORD, LIEUT.-COLONEL. - The Worcestershire Regiment, 1922-1950.
34414: LORD COHEN OF BIRKENHEAD. - On the Motion of Blood in Veins. The Harveian Oration of 1970. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1970].
33027: BIRKETT, LORD (EDITED BY). - The New Newgate Calendar.
34834: BIRLEY, MR. - Deaths by Drowning. Return of all deaths by drowning in the inland waters of England and Wales during 1877, distinguishing men, women, and children, and also whether the deaths occurred 1. In rivers or running water. 2. In Canals. 3. Lakes and Ponds.
27817: BIRLEY, MR R N (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of Kendal. Part III. Baptisms: 1596-9. Marriages & Burials: 1591-9. Baptisms: 1607-31.
27818: BIRLEY, R N (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of Kendal Part IV 1606-1631. Marriages & Burials.
28094: BIRLEY, ROBIN. - Vindolanda (Chesterholm). Roman Fort and Settlement.
31862: BIRMINGHAM. - Report of the Medical Officer of Health for the Year 1915.
26587: BIRRELL, AUGUSTINE. - Sir Frank Lockwood: a biographical sketch.
25259: BIRRELL, AUGUSTINE. - In the Name of the Bodleian, and other essays.
8479: BIRRELL, AUGUSTINE, RIGHT HON. (COMPOSER AND EDITOR). - Frederick Locker-Lampson.
20850: BIRT, HENRY NORBERT, DOM. - Downside: the history of St. Gregory's School from its commencement at Douay to the present time.
33573: BIRTWHISTLE, GEORGE. - La Nouvelle Mecanique des Quanta ... 'Collection de Monographies Scientifiques Etrangers.'
23492: BISHOP, R. W. S., DR. - My Moorland Patients. By a Yorkshire doctor. Edited by J. C. Powell.
18824: BISHOP, H. H., REV. - Architecture: especially in relation to our parish churches.
41737: BISHOP, HENRY G. - The practical printer: A book of instruction for beginners; A book of reference for the more advanced. Containing information on all the various parts of the printing business. With diagrams of imposition and useful tables.
41801: BISHOP, H. G. - The Practical Printer. A book of instruction for beginners: a book of reference for the more advanced. Containing information on all the various parts of the printing business, with diagrams of imposition and useful tables.
28010: DU BISSON, RAOUL, COUNT. - Les Femmes, les Eunuques, et les Guerriers du Sondan.
23952: BLACK, GEORGE FRASER. - Scotland's Mark on America.
34432: DOUGLAS BLACK. - Cui Bono? The Harveian Oration of 1977.
26888: BLACK, ADAM AND CHARLES. - Black's Guide to England and Wales, containing plans of the principal cities, charts, maps, and views, and a list of hotels.
25486: BLACKIE, JOHN STUART. - Scottish Song, its wealth, wisdom, and social significance.
23618: BLACKMAN, R. D.; J. RAMSAY. - Deacon's Map of Yorkshire, with a history of the county ... and geological notes.
28422: BLACKMORE, R.D. - Lorna Doone. A Romance of Exmoor. Illustrated by Wilmot Lunt.
29900: BLACKWALL, ANTHONY. - Introduction to the Classics. Containing a short discourse on their excellencies; and directions how to study them to advantage: With an essay on their nature and use of those emphatical and beautiful figures which give strength and ornament to writing.
41732: BLADES, WILLIAM. - Shakspere and typography; Being and attempt to show Shakspere's personal connection with, and technical knowledge of, the art of printing. Also, remarks upon some common typographical errors, with especial reference to the text of Shakspere.
30207: BLAGG, THOS M. (EDITED BY). - Cambridgeshire Parish Registers. Marriages at St Giles Cambridge 1599 to 1837. [Phillimore's Parish Register Series Vol CXCVI. Cambridgeshire Volume VI].
30208: BLAGG, THOS M. (EDITED BY). - Cambridgeshire Parish Registers. Marriages at Milton 1599 to 1837. [Phillimore's Parish Register Series Vol CXCVI. Cambridgeshire Volume VI].
30209: BLAGG, THOS M. (EDITED BY). - Cambridgeshire Parish Registers. Marriages at Willingham 1559 to 1837. [Phillimore's Parish Register Series Vol CXCVI. Cambridgeshire Volume VI].
36343: BLAGG, THOS M & GORDON P PROCTOR (EDITED BY). - Nottinghamshire Parish Registers. Marriages. Vol XX. Thurgarton Wapentake: Final Part. [Parish Register Series Vol CCXXI (Nottingham Vol XX)].
24914: BLAIR, ROBERT (EDITOR). - Catalogue of the Inscribed and Sculptured Stones of the Roman Period, belonging to the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, preserved in the Black-Gate Museum.
25193: BLAIR, R. (EDITOR). - Archaeologia Aeliana, or miscellaneous tracts relating to antiquity. [Containing] The Company of Saddlers of Newcastle ... Notes on Old Glass in St. John's Church, Newcastle ...Benwell Tower ... Architectural History of Tynemouth Priory Church ... The Black Dyke in Northumberland ... Seals of Newcastle ...Mercers' Company ... Goldsmiths' Company ... Durham ...
37631: BLAIR, ROBERT. - North-Country Parish Registers.
4372: BLAIR, PETER HUNTER. - Northumbria in the Days of Bede.
35170: BLAKE, S T & A SAVILLE (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1985 Volume 103. Contents Include: Building excavations in Southgate Street and Quay Street, Gloucester. The excavation of a Romano-British establishment at Barnsley Park, Gloucestershire.
35169: BLAKE, S T & A SAVILLE (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1986 Volume 104. Contents Include: Excavations at Saintbridge Gloucester. Excavations at Winchcombe Glocestershire. A short history of salt marsh reclamation at Slimbridge Wart.
35166: BLAKE, S T & A SAVILLE (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1989 Volume 107. Contents Include: Gloucestershire Barrows. Thornbury Woodlands and deer parks Part I. Abbot Sebrok's Pavement.
31345: BLAKE, WILLIAM. - Robert Blair's The Grave. A study with facsimile by Robert N. Essick and Morton D. Paley.
21613: BLAKE, LORD. - The Office of Prime Minister. Thank-offering to Britain Fund Lectures, 1974.
40751: BLAKE, WILLIAM. - The book of Thel. Reproduced in facsimile from the copy in the British Museum.
17457: BLAKELY, JOHN - The Theology of Inventions: or, the manifestations of deity in the works of art.
22340: BLAKEY, DOROTHY. - The Minerva Press, 1790-1820.
37648: BLAKISTON, HERBERT E. D. (EDITOR). - Some Durham College Rolls. [Extracted from Collectanea?]
18602: BLANC, LOUIS. - 1848. Historical Revelations: inscribed to Lord Normanby.
28388: BLANCH, LESLEY. (EDITED BY) - Harriette Wilson's Memoirs.
24966: BLAND, A. L.; MICHAEL CROWDY. - Wilh. Wilhelmsen, 1861-1961: the firm and the fleet.
33724: BLASHILL, THOMAS. - Sutton In Holderness. The Manor, The Berewic and The Village Community.
27989: BLATCHFORD, ROBERT. - Germany and England. [Reprinted from 'The Daily Mail'].
39094: BLAZEBY, W., REV. - "An Old Time Vicar of Rotherham," being a lecture on the memoirs of Master John Shawe. Reprinted from the "Rotherham Advertiser," April 21st & 28th, 1894.
28083: BLESER, CAROL (EDITED BY). - The Hammonds of Redcliffe.
26606: BLIGH, E. W. - Sir Kenelm Digby and His Venetia.
39378: BLIGHT, J. C. - List of antiquities in the hundreds of Kirrier and Penwith, west Cornwall; with references to the works in which they are described and figured.
22572: BLIND, MATHILDE. - The Ascent of Man. With an introduction by Alfred R. Wallace.
40241: BLISS, FREDERICK JONES - The Development of Palestine Exploration. Being The Ely Lectures for 1903.
18532: BLITZER, CHARLES (EDITOR AND INTRO). - The Commonwealth of England: documents of the English Civil Wars, the Commonwealth and Protectorate 1641-1660.
8543: BLOCK, WHITTONEY. - What Innsigns Tell.
22328: BLOCK, ANDREW. - The English Novel, 1740-1850: a catalogue including prose, romances, short stories, and translations of foreign fiction.
22930: BLOOM, J. HARVEY. - Bygone Streatham.
35679: BLOOM, J HARVEY (TRANSCRIBED BY). - Register of the Chapel of the Holy Trinity Knightsbridge 1658-1681.
42387: BLOOM, J HARVEY. - English Seals. [The Antiquary's Books].
35322: BLUMBERG, H.M. - Weizmann. His Life and Times.
35990: BLUNT, CANON A W (EDITED BY). - The See of Derby. Being a souvenir of its foundation. Issued by the Diocesan Committee.
26604: BLUNT, REGINALD. - The Carlyles' Chelsea Home, being some account of No. 5, Cheyne Row.
27157: BLUNT, WILFRED. - The Compleat Naturalist: a life of Linnaeus.
27485: BLUNT, WILFRED. - Of Flowers and a Village: an entertainment for flower lovers. Illustrated by Richard Shirley Smith.
32794: BLUNT, WILFRID. - The Art of Botanical Illustration. [The New Naturalist].
36063: BLUNT, WILFRID. - The Art of Botanical Illustration. [The New Naturalist].
37540: BLUNT, REGINALD. - The Carlyles' Chelsea Home, being some account of No. 5, Cheyne Row.
42319: BLYTH. - Tweedy's illustrated family & maritime almanack, diary, tide & astronomical tables, and local and general year-book for the year 1892 ... (all published?).
21963: BLYTON, ENID ET AL. - The Children's Own Wonder Book.
30429: BOBART, HENRY HODGKINSON (COMPILED BY). - Records of the Basketmakers Company.
9432: BODINGTON, GEORGE. - An Essay on the Treatment and Cure of Pulmonary Consumption.
31645: BODY, W S (COMPILED & EDITED BY). - Birmingham and its Civic Managers. The Departmental Doings of the City Council.
41208: BOESELAGER, BARONESS MAX VON - H.M.S. "Cumberland" - Then and now. An illustrated lecture delivered on January 17th, 1913, to the children of Rocliffe and Cargo.
23422: BOGG, EDMUND. - Lower Wharfeland: the old city of York and the Ainsty ...
30020: BOGG, EDMUND. - A Thousand Miles of Wandering Along the Roman Wall, the Old Border Region, Lakeland, and Ribblesdale.
30449: BOGG, EDMUND. - Beautiful Wensleydale. And by the banks of the Yore, from Shunner Fell to Myton Meadows.
37214: BOGG, EDMUND. - The Wild Borderland of Richmondshire: Between Tees and Yore.
37217: BOGG, EDMUND. - The Golden Vale of Mowbray.
37509: BOGG, EDMUND. - The Charmed Land of Craven; round about Skipton, Grassington, Burnsall, and Kettlewell.
39463: BOGG, EDMUND. - A Thousand Miles of Wandering Along the Roman Wall, the Old Border Region, Lakeland, and Ribblesdale.
36731: BOGZA, GEO. - Land of Stone. The Land of the Motzi.
35298: BOKSER, BEN ZION. - Pharisaic Judaism in Transition.
37865: BOLAM, GEORGE - The Birds of Northumberland and The Eastern Borders.
25747: BOLTON, JOHN. - Geological Fragments of Furness and Cartmel. With a new gazetteer ... by Harry Kellett.
34575: BOLTON, M. P. W. - Letter to T. Collyns Simon, Esq., author of "The philosophical answer to essays and reviews" concerning the doctrine of Hamilton and Mansel.
37753: BOLTON, JOHN. - Wordsworth's Birthplace, being the parochial history and local government of the ancient borough of Cockermouth.
3436: BOMPAS, CECIL HENRY (TRANSLATOR). - Folklore of the Santal Parganas.
42681: BONAVIA-HUNT, NOEL A. - Studies in Organ Tone: a practical, theoretical, historical, and æsthetic treatise on the tonal department of the organ.
42658: BONAVIA-HUNT, NOEL A. - Modern organ stops: a practical guide to their nomenclature, construction, voicing and artistic use, with a glossary of technical terms relating to the science of tone-production from organ pipes.
21094: BOND, HAROLD L. - The Literary Art of Edward Gibbon.
30584: BOND, F BLIGH. - The Central Somerset Gazette Concise Guide to Glastonbury and Neighbourhood.
31638: BOND, FREDERICK BLIGH. - An Architectural Handbook of Glastonbury Abbey. With a historical chronicle of the building.
31639: BOND, FREDERICK BLIGH (REVISED BY). - Guide Book to Glastonbury Abbey. Its history, antiquities and ruins: including an account of recent excavations.
27918: BOND, FRANCIS. - The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, Ely.
33523: BOND, FRANCIS. - English Cathedrals Illustrated.
23353: BOND, ALICE. - Life of a Yorkshire Girl.
22919: BONE, JAMES AND MUIRHEAD. - London Echoing.
27487: BONE, GERTRUDE. - The Hidden Orchis. Decorated by Stephen Bone.
22566: BONER, CHARLES. - Chamois Hunting in the Mountains of Bavaria and in the Tyrol.
29963: BONHOMME, HONORE. - La Societe Galante et Litteraire au XVIIIc Siecle.
36108: BONNARD, G. - La Controverse de Martin Marprelate, 1588-1590. Episode de l'histoire litteraire du puritanisme sous Elizabeth.
18819: BONNEY, T. G., PROF. (EDITOR). - Cathedrals, Abbeys and Churches of England and Wales: descriptive, historical, pictorial (2 Vols).
30138: BONNEY, REV H K. - Historic Notices in Reference to Fotheringhay.
31837: BONNEY, REV H K. - Historic Notices in Reference to Fotheringhay.
27081: BONNYCASTLE, JOHN. - An Introduction to Mensuration and Practical Geometry; with notes containing the reason of every rule.
21666: BONSOR, N. R. P. - North Atlantic Seaway: an illustrated history of the passenger services linking the old world with the new.
42208: BURNLEY & DISTRICT VIEW BOOK. - Album of views of Burnley and neighbourhood.
18905: AUSTRALIAN VIEW BOOK. - Souvenir of Victoria: the garden state of Australia. 42 splendid views of city and country.
21288: FRENCH YELLOW BOOK. - France and the European War. Full Text of Diplomatic Documents. Authorised translation ... of the documents relating to the negotiations which preceded the declaration of war by Germany to Russia (August 1st, 1914) and to France (August 4th, 1914).
25351: PRAYER BOOK. - The Second Prayer-Book of King Edward VI 1552: reprinted from a copy in the British Museum.
25352: PRAYER BOOK. - The First Prayer-Book of King Edward VI 1549: reprinted from a copy in the British Museum.
41255: THE NATURALIST'S NOTE BOOK ... - [Comprising 36 issues (1867-1869) bound in one volume + 4 loose issues of the New Series, in original printed pictorial blue-paper wraps, for February -May inclusive.] (All published).
41629: DURHAM YEAR BOOK. - Durham year book, business directory and diary.
42164: VIEW BOOK. - The New Album of London.
22338: THE BOOKMAN'S JOURNAL. - Bibliographies of Modern Authors (Third Series). [Comprising] George Eliot, Maurice Hewlett, A. A. R. Firbank by P. H. Muir. Mark Rutherford by S. Nowell Smith. Leigh Hunt by Dr. A. Mitchell.
22475: THE HASLEWOOD BOOKS. - Englands Helicon: reprinted from the edition of 1600 with additional poems from the edition of 1614.
32125: NATURAL HISTORY TOY BOOKS. - British Animals. Containing 10 pictures. [No. 5 in Series.]
24612: BOOKWALTER, JOHN W. - Siberia and Central Asia.
35165: BOON, GEORGE C (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1992 Volume 110. Contents Include: Gloucester Archaeology 1900-1990. Traces of Romano-British Christianity in the West Country. The Woodlands of Woodchester - the Charters Reconsidered.
41820: BOOT, W. H. J. - Trees, and how to paint them in water-colours.
33481: BOOTH, P. H. W. - The Financial Administration of the Lordship and County of Chester 1272-1377. 'Remains Historical and Literary connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester Volume 28 - Third Series.'
25078: BOOTHBY, JOSIAH. - Statistical Sketch of South Australia.
23551: BOOTHROYD, DERRICK. - Nowt so Queer as Folk: a book of reminiscences about Yorkshire and Yorkshiremen.
31981: BORDEAUX, RAYMOND. - Les Brocs a Cidre en Faience de Rouen; etude de ceramique Normande.
21661: BORTHWICK, ALASTAIR. - Yarrow and Company Limited: the first hundred years.
35796: BOSH. - A Burst of Feeling; dedicated to Messrs. Soap and Lard, Lather and Grease Agents, Notts., by their much obliged and very dutiful servant ...
22154: LANCASTER. H. BOSWELL. - Liverpool and Her Potters.
26592: BOSWELL, JAMES. - The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. With his correspondence and conversations. Edited with copious notes and biographical illustrations by Edward Malone.
26593: BOSWELL, JAMES. - The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. ... To which is added The Journal of Tour to the Hebrides. Edited by ... Percy Fitzgerald ...
30276: BOSWELL, JAMES ESQ. - The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson. Containing some poetical pieces by Dr Johnson, relative to the tour, and never before published; A series of his conversation, literary anecdotes and opinions of men and books: with an authentic account of the distresses and escape of the grandson of King James II in the year 1746.
30601: BOSWELL, JAMES. - The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Edited, with notes, etc., by William Wallace.
31044: BOSWELL, EDWARD. - The Civil Division of the County of Dorset, Methodically Digested and Arranged. Containing lists of the principal Civil Magistrates and Officers, with their salaries, fees, &c. And a complete Nomina Villarum in four parts: consisting of all the divisions, hundreds, boroughs, liberties, towns, parishes, chapelries, tithings, villages, hamlets. &c and the proportions of land tax and county rate charged on each. Also a list of the county and other bridges with the standing rules of the Quarter Sessions, &c...an appendix: comprizing an abstract of the returns made by the Minister and Churchwardens of every Parish, &c...
36472: BOSWELL, JAMES ESQ. - Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson LL.D. Containing some poetical pieces by Dr Johnson, relative to the tour, and never before published; a series of his conversation, literary anecdotes and opinions of men and books; with an authentic account of the distresses and escape of the grandson of King James II in the year 1746.
36804: BOSWELL, A BRUCE. - Poland and the Poles.
22873: BOTT, ALAN (EDITOR AND COMPILER). - The Londoner's England: contemporary water-colours and drawings of London and the Home Counties ...
28185: BOUCH, C M L. - Prelates and People of the Lake Counties. A history of the Diocese of Carlisle 1133-1933.
22113: BOULE, MARCELLIN. - Fossil Men: elements of human palaeontology.
40567: BOULGER, DEMETRIUS C. - The life of Gordon ...
31358: BOULTBEE, E. F. - Help for the Deaf: what lip reading is.
35486: BOUMAN, P.J. - Anton Philips of Eindhoven. Transalted from the Dutch by Ferdinand G Reiner and Anne Cliff.
16596: BOURG, ROSS DU. - The Australian and New Zealand Thoroughbred.
30849: BOURLIERE, F. - Ecology and management of wild grazing animals in temperate zones.
18980: BOURNE, H. R. FOX. - English Merchants: memoirs in illustration of the progress of British commerce.
25880: BOURNE, H. R. FOXE. - The Story of Some of Our Colonies.
41723: BOURNE, HENRY. - The History of Newcastle upon Tyne.
22110: BOUTELL, CHARLES, REV. - Monumental Brasses and Slabs: an historical and descriptive notice of the incised monumental memorials of the middle ages.
26357: BOUTELL, CHARLES. - Boutell's Manual of Heraldry. Revised and illustrated by V. Wheeler-Holohan.
30305: BOUTELL, REV CHARLES. - Christian Monuments in England and Wales. An historical and descriptive sketch of the various classes of sepulchral monuments which have been in use in this country from about the era of the Norman conquest to the time of Edward the Fourth.
37253: BOWDEN, WILLIAM. - Rhymes of a Tynesider.
26061: BOWEN, E. G. - The Settlements of the Celtic Saints in Wales.
24099: BOWEN, E. G. - Wales: a physical, historical and regional geography.
27952: BOWER, JOHN. - Descriptions of the Abbeys of Melrose and Old Melrose.
24311: BOWLING, A. H. (COMPILER). - The Foot Guard Regiments, 1880-1914. A pictorial album.
38871: BOWLING, HELEN G. (EDITOR). - Some chapters in the history of Whickham, Co. Durham.
33385: BOWMAN, WINIFRED M. - England in Ashton-under-Lyne. Being the history of the whole ancient manor and parish including 'Ashton Town', Alt, Alt Edge, Audenshaw, Bardsley, Crossbank, Hooley Hill, Hurst, Limehurst (with Waterloo), Lees, Littlemoss, Luzley, Mossley, Smallshaw, Stalybridge (Lancashire side), Taunton, Waterhouses, Woodhouses and Wood Park.
17303: BOWMAN, GERALD - The Lamp and the Book: the story of the Rcn 1916-1966.
41515: BOWNAS, WILLIAM. - Boston Spa; A poem. With notes, revised, corrected, and enlarged. By the Oxville poet.
36572: BOWRING, JOHN. - Poetry of the Magyars, preceded by a sketch of the language and literature of Hungary and Transylvania.
25551: BOX, CHARLES E. - Liverpool Overhead Railway, 1893-1956.
23433: BOYD, DONALD; PATRICK MONKHOUSE. - Walking in the Pennines.
26158: BOYD, JULIA. - Bewick Gleanings.
23564: BOYD, DONALD. - On Foot in Yorkshire.
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