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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.
40355: BOYD, R. NELSON. - Coal Pits and Pitmen: a short history of the coal trade and the legislation affecting it.
40397: BOYD, R. NELSON - Coal Mine Inspection. Its history and results.
28104: BOYES, DENNIS. - A Postal History of Bradford to 1884. [Yorkshire Postal History Society Publication Number 12].
26315: BOYLE, J. R. - Durham: its cathedral and surroundings. Part I.
32414: BOYLE, J R. - The Danes in the East Riding. A paper read to the members of the Hull Literary Club, November 11th 1895.
38601: BOYLE, J. R. - The County of Durham: its castles, churches, and manor-houses. With an essay on the place-names of the county, and a glossary of the names.
4427: BOYLE, J. R. - Notes on Corbridge's Actual Survey of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
23259: BOYNE, WILLIAM. - The Yorkshire Library. A bibliographical account of books on topography, tracts... biography, spaws, geology, botany, maps, views, portraits, and miscellaneous literature relating to the county of York, with collations and notes on the books and authors.
27801: BOYNE, WILLIAM. - The Yorkshire Library. A bibliographical account of books on topography, tracts of the Seventeenth Century, biography, spaws, geology, botany, maps, views, portraits and miscellaneous literature, relating to the County of York. With collations and notes on the books and authors.
32934: BOYNE, WILLIAM. - The Yorkshire Library. A bibliographical account of books on topography, tracts of the seventeenth century, biography, spaws, geology, botany, maps, views, portraits, and miscellaneous literature, relating to the county of York.
33732: BOYNTON, JOHN FARNHAM (EDITED BY). - A Reprint of Betham's History, Genealogy and Baronets of the Boynton Family in England, with notes and additional facts. To which is added Burke's Peerage.
39988: BOYS, C.V. - Soap-Bubbles and the Forces which mould them. Being a course of three lectures delivered in the theatre of the London Institution.
37749: BRABROOK, EDWARD W. - The Royal Society of Literature of the United Kingdom. A brief account of its origin and progress.
31317: BRACKETT, OLIVER. - English Furniture Illustrated. Revised and edited by H. Clifford Smith.
36337: BRADBURY, EDWARD. - All About Derbyshire.
24369: BRADDON, RUSSELL. - All the Queen's Men: The Household Cavalry and The Brigade of Guards.
23406: BRADFORD. - The Growth and Development of a Great City, 1847-1947.
23936: BRADLEY, TOM. - The Old Coaching Days in Yorkshire.
26185: BRADLEY, A. G. - The Rivers and Streams of England. ... illustrations by Sutton Palmer.
29582: BRADLEY, A G. - Highways and Byways in the Lake District.
24097: BRADLEY, A. G. - The Romance of Wales.
41393: BRADLEY, JOHN W. (COMPILER) - Jubilee of Girlington Wesleyan Church 1870-1920. History of church and Sunday school. An interesting and wonderful narrative of Methodism at Girlington from its inception.
29147: BRADSHAW, M. E. (EDITOR). - The Natural History of Upper Teesdale.
3553: BRAILSFORD, EDWARD J. - The Spiritual Sense in Sacred Legend.
34428: SIR RUSSELL BRAIN. - Harvey's Third Circulation De Circulo Sanguinis in Corde. The Harveian Oration 1968. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1968].
34427: SIR RUSSELL BRAIN. - William Harvey Neurologist. The Harveian Oration 1959. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1959].
20211: BRAINARD, CHARLES H. - John Howard Payne: a biographical sketch of the author of "Home, Sweet Home" with a narrative of the removal of his remains from Tunis to Washington.
37314: BRAITHWAITE, J.W. - Guide to Kirkby Stephen, Appleby, Brough, Warcop, Ravenstone, Mallerstang, &c, including a map of the district, and chapters on the geology of Westmorland, and the botanical features of the neighbourhood.
41039: BRAITHWAITE, CONSTANCE (PREPARED BY) - Tyneside local government areas. Based on memoranda submitted to the local government commission for England by the Northumberland and Tyneside council of social service.
40651: BRAITHWAITE, T. MILES. - Sudbury Common Lands. A synopsis of the title deeds relating to the lands administered by the common land trustees on behalf of the freemen of the Borough of Sudbury, Suffolk.
17487: BRAKE, GEORGE THOMPSON - Policy and Politics in British Methodism 1932-1982.
8857: BRAMAH, ERNEST. - Kai Lung's Golden Hours.
25522: BRAMLEY, EDWARD. - A Record of the Burgery of Sheffield commonly called the Town Trust from 1848 to 1955.
22818: BRAMSTON, A. R.; A. C. LEROY. - Historic Winchester: England's first capital.
30376: BRAMSTON, A R & A C LEROY. - Historic Winchester. England's First Capital.
40612: THE PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE OF THE NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM BRANCH. - The Auctioneers' & Estate Agents' Institute of The United Kingdom Twenty-first Annual Provincial Meeting, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. June 9th to 12th, 1920.
24048: BRANDER, MICHAEL. - A Hunt Around the Highlands (On the Trail of Colonel Thornton).
37449: BRANDES, GEORGE. - Poland. A Sudy of the Land and People and Literature.
39103: BRANDT, G. H. - Royat (Les Bains) in Auvergne: its mineral waters and climate.
22099: BRANIGAN, KEITH. - Latimer: Belgic, Roman, dark age and early modern farm.
31735: BRAY, WARWICK & DAVID TRUMP. - A Dictionary of Archaeology. Drawings by Judith Newcomer.
32940: BRAY, WILLIAM. - Sketch of a Tour into Derbyshire and Yorkshire, including part of Buckingham, Warwick, Leicester, Nottingham, Northampton, Bedford, and Hertford-Shires.
30472: BRAYLEY, E W. - Velum and St Lancs. From the Seventh Volume of the Beauties of England and Wales.
41512: BREAR - Brear's guide to Bradford and district.
29290: BREARE, W H. - Thorpe's New Guide to Harrogate & District. Entirely new views by our photographers.
42588: BREEZE, LAWRENCE E. - The British experience with river pollution, 1865-1876. 'American university studies. Series IX History vol. 139.'
24375: BRETT, OLIVER. - Wellington.
35323: BREUER, JACOB (EDITED BY). - Fundamentals of Judaism. Selections from the works of Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch and outstanding Torah true thinkers.
22994: BREWER, H. W. (DRAWINGS); HERBERT A. COX (DESCRIPTIVE NOTES). - Old London Illustrated. A series of drawings ... illustrating London in the 16th century.
35344: BREWER, J S & CHARLES TRICE MARTIN (EDITED BY). - Registrum Malmesburiense. The Register of Malmesbury Abbey; preserved in the Public Record Office (2 Vols). Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, or Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages.
18985: BREWSTER, MARGARET MARIA. - Work, or, Plenty to Do and How to Do It.
38870: BREWSTER, JOHN. - The Parochial History and Antiquities of Stockton-upon-Tees; including an account of the trade of the town, the navigation of the river, and of such parts of the neighbouhood as have been connected with that place. In a series of letters; embellished with views of public buildings, &c.
27507: BRICKELL, CHRISTOPHER; FAY SHARMAN. - The Vanishing Garden: a conservation guide to garden plants.
34870: MAC KENZIE MAC BRIDE. - Quaint Alston. A leaf from Border History, with descriptions of Crossfell (2930 Feet), Hartside Pass, Garrigill, the Roman Camp, Kirkhaugh, Ashgill and Nenthead.
22891: BRIDGE, FREDERICK, SIR. - The Old Cryes of London. With numerous illustrations and musical examples.
36491: BRIDGE, JOSEPH C. - Cheshire Proverbs and other Sayings and Rhymes connected with the City and County Palatine of Chester.
22811: BRIDGES, ROBERT. - The Testament of Beauty: a poem in four books.
26976: GERMAN RAILWAY BRIDGES. - Die Donau-Brucke der K.K. Pr. Ost. Staatseisenbahngesellschaft Bei Stadlau. Separat-Adbruck aus der Allgemeinen Bauzeitung, Jahrgang 1870.
29794: BRIGG, WM ANDERTON (EDITED BY). - The Parish Registers of Kildwick In Craven Vols II and III. Baptisms, Marriages and Burials April 1623 to Aug 1678. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Volume LV].
27769: BRIGGS, MARTIN S. - A Short History of the Building Crafts.
27581: BRIGGS, CHARLES AUGUSTUS. - Theological Symbolics. 'International Theological Library.'
33830: BRIGHOUSE, HENRY. - On the Rhythm of Things, and other essays.
16892: BRIGHT, WILLIAM. - Chapters of Early English Church History.
22573: BRIGHT, JAMES WILSON; WILFRED PIRT MUSTARD (INTRO). - Pan's Pipe by Francis Sabie, 1595.
24823: BRISCOE, ROBERT. - Centenary History: a hundred years of co-operation in Plymouth.
3119: BRISTOL. - The New History, Survey and Description of the City and Suburbs of Bristol ...
8671: BRISTOL. - The Twenty-Seventh Report of the Church of England Tract Society, instituted in Bristol, 1811; delivered at the Annual Meeting, held May 1839, with the regulations of the Society, and a list of subscribers and benefactors.
27839: COUNCIL FOR THE PRESERVATION OF ANCIENT BRISTOL. - Ancient Bristol. List of prehistoric and Roman remains and of structures of archaeological and architectural interest in the City of Bristol.
28833: BRISTOW, HENRY WILLIAM. - The Formation of the Chesil Bank, Dorset. [Extracted from the Geological Magazine Vol VI No 10, October 1869].
39815: BRITISH ARCHITECTS' CONFERENCE, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE AND DURHAM. - Programme and handbook: 8th to 11th July, 1925.
35542: BRITTEN, F J. - The Watch & Clock Makers Handbook. Dictionary and Guide.
33660: BRITTON, J. - An Historical and Architectural Essay on Redcliffe Church, Bristol. Illustrated by engraved plans, views, and architectural details: an account of the monuments, and anecdotes of eminent persons interred within the walls: also an essay on the life and character of Thomas Chatterton.
16153: BROADBENT, W. H. - Cancer: a new method of treatment.
42676: BROADHOUSE, JOHN. - The organ viewed from within: a practical handbook on the mechanism of the organ, with a chapter on tuning.
36295: TRADE BROCHURE. - Burlington Slate Quarries, Kirkby-in-Furness, Lancashire.
41600: SALES BROCHURE - Dallas perfection in brass. Designed for the modern brass man. List B2/21
24259: BROCK, WILLIAM, REV. - A Biographical Sketch of Sir Henry Havelock, K.C.B.
33248: BROCK, EDMUND (EDITOR). - Morte Arthure, or The Death of Arthur. Edited from Robery Thornton's MS. ...'Early English Text Society. Original Series, No. 8.'
32051: BROCKETT, JOHN TROTTER (EDITOR). - An Essay on the means of distinguishing antique, from counterfeit, Coins and Medals. translated from the French of M. Beauvais; with notes and illustrations, ...
37342: BROCKLEHURST, R G. - Some Dorset Church Towers. [From Proceedings Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club, Vol XXVIII].
25197: BRODIE, JOHN BUCHAN; ARTHUR ROBERT LAWS. - The Story of the Royal Grammar School, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
27673: BROEKER, PETER W. - Olympic Coins, from antiquity to present.
29446: BROMLEY-DAVENPRT, LENETTE. - The History of Capesthorne Cheshire.
38914: BROMLEY, ROBERT ANTHONY. - A sermon preached at St. Andrew's, Holborn, on Sunday, April 7, and at the Parish Church of Clapham, on Sunday, May 26, 1782, for the benefit of the Humane Society, instituted for the recovery of persons apparently dead by drowning.
36866: BRON, BARWA I. - Wojsko Polskie 1939-1945.
31846: BRONTE, CHARLOTTE. - The Professor.
31847: BRONTE, CHARLOTTE. - Villete.
31848: BRONTE, CHARLOTTE. - Shirley.
19041: BROOK, G. L. - English Dialects.
22627: BROOK, FRED. - The West Midlands: Hereford-Worcester, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands.
41023: BROOK, ROY. - The tramways of Huddersfield. A history of Huddersfield Corporation tramways 1883-1940.
32862: BROOKE, W. AND B., LINCOLN. - A Portion of the Stock of Books, (English, Classical, and Foreign), Pamphlets, Illustrated Works, Prints, Maps, &c., on sale ... A very large Collection of Lincolnshire Prints ...
41220: BROOKE, RICHARD. - Liverpool as it was during the last quarter of the eighteenth century. 1775 to 1800.
27470: BROOKE, JUSTIN. - Peach orchards in England: being an account of how to grow good peaches in this country.
39347: BROOKES, THOMAS, REV. - In memoriam. John Remfry. A life outline and funeral sermon preached ... in the Wesleyan Chapel, Clapham, S.W. Sunday, January 11th, 1885.
35530: BROOKS, C HARRY. - The Practice of Autosuggestion. By the method of Emile Coue.
32389: BROOKS, F W. - Domesday Book and the East Riding. E Y Local History Series No 21.
23554: BROOKS, A. G. (EDITOR). - North Country Stories.
31931: BROTHWELL, DON R. - Digging Up Bones: the excavation, treatment and study of human skeletal remains. British Museum (Natural History.)
34689: BROUGH, BENNETT H. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 73. No. I. 1907. [Including] Presidential Address of Sir Hugh Bell [containing a chronological table of ... important events connected with iron and steel during the past hundred years.]
29738: BROUGH, WILLIAM. - Lalla Rookh; or, the princess, the peri, & the troubadour. A burlesque and pantomime, in one act.
34683: BROUGH, BENNETT H. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 62. No. II. 1902. [Including] The Progress and Manufacture of Pig Iron in Germany since 1880. By W, Brugmann. Visits and Excursions at the Dusseldorf Meeting.
34686: BROUGH, BENNETT H. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 67. No. I. 1905. [Including] Presidential Address [on the history of metallurgy] By Sir Bernard Samuelson.
34688: BROUGH, BENNETT H. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 70. No. II. 1906. [Including] Quaternary Steels. By Leon Guillet.
37601: BROUGH, REV ROBERT. - A Dissertation on the Importance of Natural Religion. [Published in compliance with the Will of the Rev John Hulse, as have obtained the Annual Prize instituted by him in the University of Cambridge].
37603: BROUGH, REV ROBERT. - No valid argument can be drawn from the incredulity of the Jews against the truth of the Christian Religion. An Essay.
19170: BROWN, S. G. - A Eulogy on the Life and Character of Henry Clay, delivered before the students of Dartmouth College, Oct. 15, 1852.
20840: BROWN, JOHN. - On the Products of the Soda Manufacture. Communicated by Dr. R. D. Thomson. [included in The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, and Journal of Science. Third Series. No. 226. Vol. 34. January 1849].
22050: BROWN, G. BALDWIN. - The Art of the Cave Dweller: a study of the earliest artistic activities of man.
35696: BROWN, JAMES WALTER. - Kinmont Willie in Ballad and History.
23129: BROWN, IVOR. - Balmoral: the history of a home.
23335: BROWN, M. - Sheffield as seen by a Mistress Cutler. October, 1930 to October, 1931.
23695: BROWN, ALFRED J. - Broad Acres: a Yorkshire miscellany.
23696: BROWN, ALFRED J. - Broad Acres: a Yorkshire miscellany.
24858: BROWN, PAUL. - The Friday Book of North Country Sketches. Being a selection of 'Friday Articles' from the 'Newcastle Journal.'
24859: BROWN, PAUL. - The Second Friday Book of North Country Sketches. Being a further selection of 'Friday Articles' from the 'Newcastle Journal.'
24860: BROWN, PAUL. - The Third Friday Book of North Country Sketches. Being a further selection of 'Friday Articles' from the 'Newcastle Journal.'
24861: BROWN, PAUL. - The Fourth Friday Book of North Country Sketches. Being a further selection of 'Friday Articles' from the 'Newcastle Journal.'
33525: BROWN, R. ALLEN. - English Medieval Castles. 'The New Heritage Series.'
32483: BROWN, P HUME. - A Short History of Scotland.
31384: BROWN, BEATRICE CURTIS - Southwards from Swiss Cottage.
30559: BROWN, JAMES WALTER. - Kinmont Willie in Ballad and History.
28921: BROWN, ROBERT. - Geological Notes on the Noursoak Peninsula, Disco Island, and the Country in the Vicinity of of Disco Bay, North Greenland. [Reprinted from the Transactions of teh Geological Society of Glasgow, Vol V Part I Page 55].
28834: BROWN, DR ROBERT. - Remarks on the Formation of Fjords and Canons. [From the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, 1871].
28419: BROWN, DR. JOHN. - Rab and his friends Marjorie Fleming.
33055: BROWN, REGINALD W. - The Washington and Franklin Country, Northamponshire, England.
27779: BROWN, IVOR. - Balmoral: the history of a home.
33947: BROWN-MORISON, JOHN BROWN. (OF FINDERLIE). - A Monograph on the nonice of the ancient family of Broun of Colstown in Crawfords MS. Baronage.
25184: BROWN, PAUL J. - 'Canny' Newcastle: some scattered threads of a romantic story. Collected and tied in a bunch ...
24879: BROWN, RAYMOND LAMONT. - A New Book of Epitaphs.
36087: BROWN, G. BALDWIN. - The Arts in Early England. Volume 5. The Ruthwell and Bewcastle Crosses, the Gospels of Lindisfarne, and other Christian Monuments of Northumbria. With philological chapters by A. Blyth Webster ...
36487: BROWN, JOHN. - In Memoriam: a collection of war-time verses. In aid of the Trimdon War Memorial Fund.
37971: BROWN, THOMAS, CAPTAIN. - The Conchologist's Text-Book, embracing the arrangements of Lamarck and Linnaeus, with a glossary of technical terms.
38305: BROWN, JAMES WALTER. - Carlisle in ballad and story. 'Carlisle Scientific and Literary Society and Field Naturalists' Club. Lectures printed by request of the members. No. 4.'
38302: BROWN, JAMES WALTER. - A gossip about Carlisle in the early sixties. 'Carlisle Scientific and Literary Society and Field Naturalists' Club. Lectures printed by request of the members. No. 2.'
38303: BROWN, JAMES WALTER. - A gossip about Carlisle in the early sixties. 'Carlisle Scientific and Literary Society and Field Naturalists' Club. Lectures printed by request of the members. No. 2.'
40897: BROWN, M.M.; L. STILL. - Cleveland history from the air.
26321: BROWNE, JOHN. - The Marchants Avizo.
26903: BROWNE, MATTTHEW. - Chaucer's England (2 Vols).
30121: BROWNING, ELIZABETH BARRETT. - The Poetical Works ... With two prose essays.
31127: BROWNING, ROBERT H K. - Golf in Kent. [Series No 12].
17748: BRUCE, JOHN (EDITOR) - The Works of Roger Hutchinson, Fellow of St John's College, Cambridge, and afterwards of Eton College, A.D. 1550.
25027: BRUCE, J. COLLINGWOOD, REV. - The Hand-Book to the Roman Wall: a guide to tourists traversing the barrier of the lower isthmus. Revised by the late by Robert Blair.
25191: BRUCE, J. COLLINGWOOD, DR. - Old Newcastle: lectures ... With a preface by Thomas Hodgkin.
25954: BRUCE-MITFORD, R. L. S. (EDITOR). - Recent Archaeological Excavations in Britain. Selected excavations 1939-1955 with a chapter on recent air-reconnaissance.
33810: BRUCE, JOHN (EDITED BY). - Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, during his government of the low Countries, in the years 1585 and 1586. Camden Old Series Volume XXVII.
35773: BRUCE, DR J COLLINGWOOD. - Old Newcastle: Lectures. Preface by Thomas Hodgkin.
24033: BRUCE, GEORGE. - Sea Talk. Poetry Scotland Series.
38565: BRUCE, JOHN (EDITOR). - Letters and Papers of the Verney Family down to the end of the year 1639 ... [Camden Society No. LVI.]
40874: BRUCE, WILLIAM DOWLING. - An account of a Roman tomb, in Ripon Cathedral: and Virgil's tomb, near Naples. With plans, elevations, &c.
40471: BRUNSKILL, JAMES. - Illustrated price list of musical instruments, strings and fittings, manufactured and imported by James Brunskill ...
25115: BRUTON, F. A. - A Short History of Manchester and Salford.
37205: BRUTON, F. A.; J. R. WILKINSON. - Glimpses of the Mineral Wealth of Wild Wales. Notes for the [second] Llangynog camp ...
33708: BRYAN, MRS MARY GIVENS. - Catalogue of the Georgia Society D A R Library in the Georgia Department of Archives and History, Rhodes Memorial Hall, 1516 Peachtree, N.W, Atlanta, Georgia.
19828: BRYCE, JAMES. - South America: observations and impressions.
25274: BRYCE, JAMES. - The Geology of Arran and the Other Clyde Islands, with an account of the botany, natural history, and antiquities, notices of the scenery and an itinerary of the routes.
22714: BUCHAN, JOHN. - The Novel and the Fairy Tale.
23171: BUCHAN, JOHN. - Montrose.
26500: BUCHAN, JOHN. - Francis and Riversdale Grenfell: a memoir.
28461: BUCHAN, JOHN; GEORGE ADAM SMITH. - The Kirk in Scotland, 1560-1929.
36759: BUCHAN, JOHN (EDITED BY). - Bulgaria and Romania. The Nations of Today. A new history of the world.
42579: BUCHAN, WILLIAM. - Domestic medicine, or, A treatise on the prevention and cure of diseases, by regimen and simple medicines: ... The twentieth edition, with considerable additions, and various notes. By A.P. Buchan, M.D.
25128: BUCHANAN, JAMES, BARON WOOLAVINGTON. - Sporting Pictures at Lavington Park. {With] A Supplementary Catalogue of Lord Woolavington's Collection of Paintings by Sporting Artists ... (2 Vols).
36625: BUCHANAN, REV J R. - Memorials of Herne, Kent.
42442: BUCHANAN, ROBERTSON. - Practical and descriptive essays on the economy of fuel, and management of heat. Essay first, in three parts. Part I. On the effects of heat, means of measuring it, fuel, &c. Part II. On heating mills, dwelling-houses, and public buildings, by steam. Part III. On drying and heating by steam.
23677: BUCK, SAMUEL. - Samuel Buck's Yorkshire Sketchbook. Reproduced in facsimile from Lansdowne MS. 914 in the British Library with and introduction by Ivan Hall.
8456: BUCK, M. S. - The Mimes of Herondas.
22713: BUCKINGHAM, GEORGE VILLIERS, DUKE OF. - The Rehearsal. Edited by Montague Summers.
37514: BUCKINGHAM, JAMES SILK. - Mr. Buckingham's Lectures On the Eastern World.
15901: BUCKLAND, JAMES M. - Practical suggestions for a national system of annual agricultural statistics, with observations on the experiments made in October and November, 1853, and the parliamentary reports in March, 1854, by Sir John Walsham, Bart., Mr. Hawley, and Mr. Maxwell ...
35526: BUCKLAND, A R (EDITED BY). - Empire Annual for Boys.
32110: BUCKLAND, W E. - Kent Records. The Parish Registers and Records in the Diocese of Rochester. A summary of information collected by the Ecclesiastical Record Committee of the Rochester Diocesan Conference.
20934: BUCKLER, GEORGE. - Twenty-two of the Churches of Essex, architecturally described and illustrated.
41219: BUCKLER, GEORGE. - Colchester Castle, a Roman building, and the oldest and the noblest monument of the Romans in Britain. With illustrative plans and sketches.
36384: BUCKLEY, FRANCIS. - Cumberland Glasshouses. Extract from the 'Transactions of the Society of Glass Technology 1926 Vol 10'.
28103: BUCKLEY, ERIC. - Wakefield Postal History. With Historical Information. [Yorkshire Postal History Society Publication Number 5].
34082: BUCKNALL, RIXON. - Boat Trains and Channel Packets. The English Short Sea Routes.
16598: BUCKNILL, JOHN A. - The Birds of Surrey.
6801: BUCKNILL, JOHN A. - The Birds of Surrey.
36701: BUDAY, DR LADISLAUS. - Dismembered Hungary.
25010: BUDDLE, JOHN. - Notice of the Whin Dyke lately discovered in the Fenham Division of Benwell Colliery. Read, January 19, 1830. [Extracted from] Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. I - Part I.
38667: BUDDLE, JOHN. - On making the Society a Place of Deposit for the Mining Records of the District ... Read December 23, 1834. [Extracted from the Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. II. 1834.]
38668: BUDDLE, JOHN. - Narrative of the Explosion which occurred at Wallsend Colliery on the 18th of June, 1835 [38pp with plan, text illustrations and tables]. [With] Chemical Examination of the Fire Damp, from the Coal Mines, near Newcastle, by Edward Turner ...[10pp with text table]. [With] Description and Analysis of a Variety of Hatchetine, found in Urpeth Colliery, near Newcastle, by James. F. W. Johnston ... [7pp with text tables]. [With] Supplement to a Catalogue of the Land and Fresh-water Testaceous Mollusca, found in the Vicinity of Newcastle. By Joshua Alder [6pp]. [With] On the Effects produced by the Greenstone Dyke upon the Coal, in passing over Cockfield Fell, in the County of Durham, by H. T. M. Witham ... [3pp with text figure]. [Extracted from the Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. II. 1835.]
17485: BUDGE, FRANCES ANNE - Annals of the Early Friends; a series of biographical sketches.
22097: BUDGE, E. A. WALLIS. - The Rosetta Stone.
22165: BUDGE, E. A. WALLIS. - Egyptian Ideas of the Future Life.
26372: BUDGE, E. A. WALLIS. - A Short History of the Egyptian People, with chapters on their religion, daily life, etc.
38676: BUDGE, FRANCES ANNE. - The Barclays of Ury, and other sketches of the early Friends. Reprinted from "Friends' Quarterly Examiner," with some additions, including a sketch of Samuel Watson and Roger Hebden.
39962: BUDGE, REV. EDWARD - The Christian Naturalist.
37883: SCOTTISH SHIP BUILDING. - Two Centuries of Ship Building by the Scotts at Greenock. [Partly reprinted from "Engineering."]
39154: BULL, FREDK. WM. - A History of Free Masonry with Historic Reference to the Province of Warwickshire and Guy's Lodge 395.
23800: BULLAMORE, COLIN P. - History of Whitby's Post. No. 10 in the Yorkshire Postal History Society Series.
40931: BULLAMORE, COLIN P. - History of Whitby's post. No. 10 in the Yorkshire postal history society series.
28880: BULLEID, ARTHUR. - The Lake Villages of Somerset.
32279: BULLEID, ARTHUR. - The Lake/Villages of Somerset. The Somerset Folk Series, No.16.
20084: BULLEN, A. H. (EDITOR) - Lyrics from the Dramatists of the Elizabethan Age.
20083: BULLEN, A. H. (EDITOR) - More Lyrics from the Song-Books of the Elizabethan Age.
24041: BULLOCH, JAMES. - Adam of Dryburgh.
37392: BULLOCK, W H. - Polish Experiences during the Insurrection of 1863-4.
32003: BULMAN, CECIL. - Guide to Torpenhow Church.
23687: BULMER, GEORGE BERTRAM. - Architectural Studies in Yorkshire.
30814: BULSTRODE, H. TIMBRELL. - Supplement in continuation of the Report of the Medical Officer of the Board for 1909-10, containing a report on Shellfish other than Oysters in relation to Disease ... A report on the conditions under which certain shellfish other than oysters are grown, collected, cleansed and stored, and the relation of such treatment to the prevalence of enteric fever and other illness. 'Thirty-Ninth Annual Report of the Local Government Board.'
18821: BUMPUS, T. FRANCIS. - The Cathedrals of England and Wales.
18822: BUMPUS, T. FRANCIS. - The Cathedrals of England and Wales.
28256: BUNYAN , JOHN. - The Pilgrim's Progress. With Biographical Introduction and New Index. Illustrated by George Cruikshank.
19723: BURDEN, W. DOUGLAS. - Look to the Wilderness.
25113: BURDETT, P. P. - A Survey of the County Palatine of Chester ... 1777. Reprinted in facsimile with an introduction by J. B. Harley and P. Laxton.
22941: BURFORD, E. J. - Royal St James's: being a story of kings, clubmen and courtesans.
20818: BURGESS, MARION ARDERN. - A History of Burlington School.
28143: BURGESS, J TOM. - Historic Warwickshire. Edited and revised by Joseph Hill.
20963: BURGESS, ANTHONY. - You've Had Your Time: being the second part of the confessions of ...
8496: BURGOYNE, JOHN M., LIEUT-COL. SIR. - Regimental Records of the Bedfordshire Militia from 1759 to 1884.
35652: BURKE, SIR BERNARD. - Family Romance; or episodes in the domestic annals of the aristocracy.
38700: BURKE, EDMUND. - A letter from the right honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord, on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present sessions of Parliament.
25775: BURKILL, J. - Reminiscences and Personal Experiences, descriptive, historical, antiquarian, topographical, satirical, poetical ...
3121: BURN, JOHN SOUTHERDEN. - Registrum Ecclesiae Parochialis. The history of parish registers in England ... of Scotland, Ireland, the East and West Indies, the Dissenters, and the Episcopal Chapels in ... London ...
35605: BURN, JAMES, SOUTH SHIELDS. - The History of the Great Pyramid (Dead yet Speaketh.) [Treatise on Modern Science and Psychic Phenomena.]
23536: BURN, ANDREW, MAJOR-GENERAL. - Memoirs of the Late Major-General Andrew Burn, of the Royal Marines; collected from his journals.
41805: BURNAND, ROSIE (EDITOR). - "Happy Thoughts" Birthday Book. Selected and arranged from "Mr. Punch's" pages ...
19137: BURNAP, GEORGE W. - Commemorative Discourse, delivered in the First Independent Church of Baltimore, September 17, 1843, on the occasion of the decease of the Rev. F. W. P. Greenwood, D. D.
40792: BURNBY, JOHN. - A historical description of the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Christ, Canterbury. Containing an account of its antiquities, and of its accidents and improvements since the first establishment.
22313: BURNE, ALFRED H., LIEUT.-COLONEL. - The Woolwich Mess. An abridgement and revision of "The Royal Artillery Mess, Woolwich, and its Surroundings."
33715: BURNE, S A H. - Excursions into Staffordshire History.
39462: BURNE, S. A. H. - Excursions into Staffordshire History.
19027: BURNET, JOHN. - A Treatise on Painting in Four Parts, consisting of [1]an essay on the education of the eye with reference to painting, and practical hints on [2]composition, [3]chiaroscuro, and [4]colour.
16748: BURNETT, GILBERT, BISHOP OF SALISBURY. - Some Letters, containing an account of what seemed most remarkable in travelling through Switzerland, Italy, some parts of Germany, etc. In the years 1685, and 1686.
19270: BURNS, CHARLES (EDITOR). - Calendar of Papal Letters to Scotland of Clement VII of Avignon 1378-1394. Annie I. Dunlop (1897-1973): a memoir by Ian B. Cowan.
24014: BURNS, ROBERT. - Catalogue of Robert Burns Collection in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow.
24748: BURNS, THOMAS. - Visions From Nature ...
25874: BURR, MALCOLM. - A Fossicker in Angola.
29487: BURROWS, JOHN WM. - Southend Pier and its Story 1829-1835-1935. [Reprinted from the Southend Standard July 25th, 1935].
31915: BURROWS, HAROLD. - Surgical Instruments and Appliances Used in Operations. An illustrated and classified list, with explanatory notes.
32674: BURROWS, TOM. - The Text-Book of Club-Swinging.
19211: BURTON, JOHN HILL. - The Scot Abroad.
34896: BURTON, SIR RICHARD (TRANSLATED BY). - The Perfumed Garden of the Shaykh Nefzawi. Edited with an introduction and additional notes by Alan Hull Walton.
26184: BURTON, ANTHONY. - The Changing River.
28201: BURTON, F M. - The Shaping of Lindsey by the Trent.
27289: BURTON, CAPT N. - Official Guide and History of Lancaster Castle.
27391: BURTONSHAW, MR. - Specimens of Justice, Humility, and Uniformity in Another Letter to the Right Honourable, the Earl of Mansfield.
21742: BURTT, F. - SE and CR Locomotives 1874-1923.
22695: BURY, BLAIZE, MADAME. - Racine, and the French Classical Drama.
26154: BURY, PATRICK. - The College of Corpus Christi and of the Blessed Virgin Mary: a history from1822 to 1952.
18273: BUSH, JAMES. - The Choice: or lines on the beatitudes.
23984: BUSHNELL, NELSON S. - William Hamilton of Bangour: poet and Jacobite.
40328: BUTLER, DAVID M. - Quaker Meeting Houses of the Lake Counties.
21614: BUTLER, D. E. - The Electoral System in Britain, 1918-1951.
26064: BUTLER, E. M. - The Myth of the Magus.
28140: BUTLER, REV D. - The Tron Kirk of Edinburgh or Christ's Kirk at the Tron.
23753: BUTLER, LIONEL; CHRIS GIVEN-WILSON. - Medieval Monasteries of Great Britain.
36672: BUTLER, CHARLES. - The Life of Fenelon, Archbishop of Cambray.
24672: BUTLER, W. F., MAJOR. - Akim-Foo: the history of a failure.
19505: BUTT, JOHN. - The Industrial Archaeology of Scotland.
41513: BUTTERFIELD, FRANCIS. - The life and sayings of Thomas Worsnop. The great apostle of total abstinence in the north of England.
37553: BUTTERWORTH, HENRY. - Law Books. Valuable and important works just published ...
32379: BUTTERY, DARRELL. - The Vanished Buildings of York.
21365: BUTTS, EDMUND L., CAPTAIN. - Manual of Physical Drill, United States Army.
25809: BUXTON, J. C. - Chiefs and Strangers: a study of political assimilation among the Mandari.
30952: BUXTON, RICHARD. - A Botanical Guide to the Flowering Plants, Ferns, Mosses, and Algae, found indigenous within sixteen miles of Manchester. With some information as to the their agricultural, medicinal, and other uses. Together with a sketch of the author's life, and remarks on the geology of the district.
31554: BUXTON, EDWARD NORTH. - Epping Forest. [With chapters on forest management, geology of the district, prehistoric man and the ancient fauna, entomology, pond life, and fungi of the forest.
40940: BUXTON, A. S. - Mansfield one hundred years ago. Centenary record and souvenir of the passing of the Mansfield improvement act, June, 1823. With a foreword by J. Harrop White.
40939: BUXTON, A.S. - Mansfield in the eighteenth century. With a foreword by J. Harrop White.
17879: BYAM, WILLIAM. - The Road to Harley Street.
40157: BYRON, COLONEL R. - The King's Royal Rifle Corps Chronicle, 1926.
40750: BYWATER, ABEL. - The Sheffield dialect.
37444: CACCAMO, DOMENICO. - Eretici Italiani in Moravia, Polonia Transilvania 1558-1611. Studi E Documenti.
34113: CADMAN, THOMAS. - Report on the Working of the Coal Mines Regulation Act of 1875 and the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Act of 1872 in the South West District, during the year ended the 31st of December 1880. 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].
18404: CADOGAN, LADY ADELAIDE. - Illustrated Games of Patience.
21428: CADOGAN, GEORGE, GENERAL, SIR (ILLUSTRATOR); SOMERSET J. GOUGH CALTHORPE, LT. COL. - Cadogan's Crimea.
22686: CAHILL, PATRICK. - The English First Editions of Hilaire Belloc. A chronological catalogue of 153 works ... including transcripts of the title-pages and a ... description of the pagination, covers, variants, etc.
17829: CAINE, W.S; WILLIAM HOYLE; REV. DAWSON BURNS. - Local Option.
23290: CAINE, CAESAR, REV. - The Martial Annals of the City of York.
32502: CAINE, REV CAESAR. - Some of the Military Associations of the City of York. Published with the approval of the Major General Commanding the North Eastern Military District.
37226: CAINE, REV CAESAR. - The Martial Annals of the City of York. Published with the approval of the Major General commannding the North Eastern Military District.
41511: CAINE, REV. CAESAR - Some of the military associations of the city of York. Published with the approval of the Major-General commanding the North-Eastern military district.
18441: CAIRNES, J. E. - Some Leading Principles of Political Economy Newly Expounded.
20171: CAIRNS, DAVID (EDITOR). - The Memoirs of Hector Berlioz ... including his travels in Italy, Germany, Russia and England 1803-1865.
37845: CALAMY, EDMUND - Sermon Preached to a Society of Catechumens in Jewen Street. On April 22nd, 1717.
24403: CALDER, JENNI (EDITOR). - The Wealth of a Nation, in the national museums of Scotland.
40747: CALDWELL, JON. - History of Brighouse and its Co-operative Society.
40735: RACING CALENDAR. - The pocket racing calendar for the year 1824 Vol IV. Containing a complete account of all the races, run in Great Britain in that year; with various lists, and indexes.
24239: CALFHILL, JAMES. - An Answer to John Martiall's Treatise of the Cross. Edited for The Parker Society by the Rev. Richard Gibbings.
36041: O'CALLAGHAN, SIR DESMOND. - Guns, Gunners, and Others.
24907: CALLAGHAN, THOMAS. - A Lang Way to the Pa'nshop (Hepling to Make Ends Meet). Introduction by Sid Chaplin.
41004: CALLENDAR HOUSE, FALKIRK. - The opening of an historic mansion in the cause of charity.
35455: CALLINAN, ELLEN. - Hendy of Green Ghyll. The Golden Lad. A Story of Teesdale.
32806: CALTHROP, DION CLAYTON. - The Charm of Gardens.
40330: CALVERLEY, WILLIAM SLATER - Notes on the Early Sculptured Crosses, Shrines and Monuments in the present Diocese of Carlisle. Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Extra Series: Volume XI. Edited by W.G. Collingwood.
23749: CALVERT, HUGH. - A History of Kingston upon Hull, from the earliest times to the present day.
24926: CALVERT, W. R. - Just Round the Corner.
26858: CALVERT, ROBERT. - Notes on the Geology and Natural History of the County of Durham.
35104: CALVERT, ROBERT, OF BISHOP AUCKLAND. - Notes on the Geology & Natural History of the County of Durham.
33737: CALVERT, REV W. - The Wife's Manual, or prayers, thoughts, and songs on several occasions of a Matron's life.
39778: CALVERT, CHARLES. - History of Stafford and Guide to the Neighbourhood.
40510: CALVERT, ROBERT. - Notes on the Geology and Natural History of the County of Durham.
18583: CAMDEN, WILLIAM. - Remains Concerning Britain.
24042: CAMERON, ISABEL. - A Highland Chapbook.
27761: CAMERON, D. Y., SIR. - The Etchings and Drypoints of Sir D. Y. Cameron ... Being a lecture delivered to the Print Collector's Club on Thursday, 2nd May, 1946 by Harold J. L. Wright. Publication Number 24.
41209: CAMERON, J. SPOTTISWOODE. - Is my house healthy? How to find out.
38501: CAMERON, [LUCY LYTTLETON], MRS. - The Nosegay of Honeysuckles.
38503: CAMERON, [LUCY LYTTLETON], MRS. - The Mountain of Health; or, the hour improved.
9307: CAMERON, RODERICK. - The Golden Haze. With Captain Cook in the South Pacific.
19008: CAMIC, CHARLES. - Experience and Enlightenment: socialization for cultural change in eighteenth century Scotland.
32496: CAMIDGE, MR WM. - Peter Prison and Ouse Bridges. Description and History.
32555: CAMIDGE, MR WM. - York Parliamentary. Old Time Elections.
29499: CAMP, JOHN. - Discovering Bells and Bellringing.
18374: WORLD WAR II CAMPAIGN. - The 78th Division in the final offensive in Italy. An account of the operations of the 78th Infantry Division during the period 9th to 25th April 1945.
5403: CAMPBELL, THOMAS. - The Poetical Works.
19344: CAMPBELL, MARION. - Argyll: the enduring heartland.
19754: CAMPBELL, DUGALD. - Wanderings in Wildest Africa.
23109: CAMPBELL, NEIL; R. MARTIN S. SMELLIE. - The Royal Society of Edinburgh (1783-1983): the first two hundred years.
24167: CAMPBELL, LEWIS. - Sophocles: the seven plays in English verse.
25556: CAMPBELL, HARRY HUSE. - The Manufacture and Properties of Structural Steel.
8484: CAMPBELL, WILFRED. - Canada.
40855: CAMPBELL, THOMAS. - The poetical works ...
27046: CAMPION, SAMUEL SMITH. - Castle Ashby. A historical and descriptive sketch of the Castle and grounds and the parish church.
18365: GEOGRAPHICAL SURVEY OF CANADA. - Annual Report (New Series). Volume XII. Reports A, B, C, G, I, J, M, O, R, S. 1899.
21306: CANADA. - Canada in World War II: post-war possibilities.
19343: CALEDONIAN CANAL. - Panorama of the Caledonian Canal, Oban to Inverness.
24657: MANCHESTER COMMITTEE ON CANCER. - Lectures on Cancer, given as part of a post graduate course ... October, 1926 - February, 1927; also Special Report on the Results of Operation in cases of Cancer of the Breast.
32803: CANE, FLORENCE DU. - The Canary Islands.
33046: FLORENCE DU CANE. - The Flowers & Gardens of Madeira.
41402: CANNON, RICHARD (COMPILER). - Historical record of the fifteenth, or the Yorkshire East Riding, regiment of foot. Containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1685, and of subsequent services to 1848.
31617: CANSICK, FREDERICK TEAGUE. - A Collection of Curious and Interesting Epitaphs, compiled from the monuments of distinguished and noted characters in the ancient church and burial grounds of Saint Pancras, Middlesex.
41474: CAPE, THOMAS. - Brief sketches descriptive of Bridlington-Quay, and the most striking objects of interest in the neighbourhood. Intended chiefly for visitors.
36837: CAPEK, THOMAS & ANNE VOSTROVSKY CAPEK. - Bohemian (Cech) Bibliography. A finding list of writings in English relating to Bohemia and the Cechs.
34820: CAPEL, GEORGE. - Harrogate As It Was.
22757: CAPES, W. W. - Scenes of Rural Life in Hampshire among The Manors of Bramshott.
29040: CAPES, W.W. - Rural Life in Hampshire. Scenes of Rural Life in Hampshire among the Manors of Bramshott.
18529: CAPGRAVE, JOHN. - The Book of the Illustrious Henries, ... Translated from the Latin by ... Francis Charles Hingeston ...
31455: CAPLIN, J. - The Origin and Use of the Electro-Chemical Bath, for the extraction of mercury and other metallic substances from the human body, and its curative agency in other diseases.
24256: CAREW, TIM. - The Glorious Glosters.
41553: CAREY, HARRY. - Chrononhotonthologos: the most tragical tragedy that ever was tragedized by any company of tragedians. As it is acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden. [With] Namby-Pamby: or, a panegyric on the new versification.
30973: CARGIL, ALEXANDER (EDITED BY). - Memorial of the Celebrations of the Centenary of Savings Banks. Held at Edinburgh 8th, 9th, and 10th June 1910.
33603: CARGILL, THOMAS. - The Strains upon Bridge Girders and Roof Trusses. Including the warren, lattice, trellis, bowstring, and other forms of girders, the curved roof, and simple and compound trusses.
16047: CARLISLE, NICHOLAS. - A Concise Account of the several foreign Orders of Knighthood, and other marks of honourable distinction, ... conferred upon British subjects. Together with the names and achievements of those gallant men, who have been presented with honorary swords, or plate, by the Patriotic Fund Institution.
9420: CARLISLE, NICHOLAS. - A Concise Account of the Several Foreign Orders of Knighthood, and other marks of honourable distinction, especially of such as have been conferred upon British subjects together with the names and achievements of those gallant men, who have been presented with honorary swords, or plate, by The Patriotic Fund Institution.
35687: CARLISLE. - Carlisle in the Past. Annual Meeting Carlisle September 24th & 25th 1940.
38252: CARLISLE (4 ITEMS IN 1 VOLUME). - Rules and regulations of the Carlisle Police. Printed by order of the council. (1.)
33160: CARLTON, C M. - History of the Charities in the City of Durham and its immediate vicinity.
20523: CARLYLE, THOMAS. - Chartism.
39508: CARLYON, CLEMENT. - Precepts for the preservation of health, life, and happiness, medical and moral.
30922: CARNEGIE, MR ANDREW. - Souvenir of the Opening of Kettering Free Library, May 7th 1904.
41198: CARNEGIE, ANDREW. - An American four-in-hand in Britain.
3435: CAROCHAN, F.G.; HANS CHRISTIAN ADAMSON. - The Empire of the Snakes.
34350: CAROCHAN, F.G.; HANS CHRISTIAN ADAMSON. - The Empire of the Snakes.
27075: CARPENTER, THOMAS. - The Scholar's Spelling Assistant ...
42409: CARPENTER, WILLIAM. - The angler's assistant; comprising practical directions for bottom-fishing, trolling, &c. With ample instructions for the preparation & use of tackle and baits; a descriptive account of the habits and haunts of fish, and a geographical and ichthyological account of the principal rivers & streams in England. By Willam [sic] Carpenter.
37350: CARR, GEOFFREY. - Tales from the Mines. Sketches by John Creber.
35255: CARR, SIR CECIL. - The Mission of the Selden Society. Selden Society Lecture delivered in the Unitet States Court House, Washington DC, August 30th 1960.
24064: CARR, HERBERT R. C.; GEORGE A. LISTER (EDITORS). - The Mountains of Snowdonia, in history, the sciences, literature and sport.
39152: CARR, H - The Mason and The Burgh. An examination of the Edinburgh Register of Apprentices and the Burgess Rolls.
42242: CARR, HARRY. - Harry Carr's World of freemasonry: the collected papers and talks of Harry Carr.
32954: CARRICK, THOMAS. - Border Wars and Mosstroopers. [Reprinted from the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science No XVII 1891-1892].
32005: CARRICK, T.W. - Willy Carrick's Cummerlan' Teals
19883: CARRIGHAR, SALLY. - Moonlight at Midday.
18630: CARRITT, E. F. (EDITOR). - Philosophies of Beauty from Socrates to Robert Bridges: being the sources of aesthetic theory.
37191: CARROLL, LEWIS. - Useful and Instructive Poetry. With an introduction by Derek Hudson.
37702: CARROLL, LEWIS. - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. ... illustrated ... by Harry Rountree.
37745: CARROLL, LEWIS. - Feeding the Mind. With a prefatory note by William H. Draper.
29575: CARRUTHERS, F J. - Lore of the Lake Country.
34104: CARRUTHERS, R G & G A BURNETT & W ANDERSON. - The Geology of the Alnwick District. [Department of Scientific and Industrial Research. Memoirs of the Geological Survey England & Wales, Explanation of Sheet 6].
35748: CARSON, W E. - Historic Shrines of Virginia. In collaboration with H J Eckenrode.
3161: CARTER, JOHN; GRAHAM POLLARD. - The Firm of Charles Ottley, Landon & Co.: footnote to an enquiry.
20617: CARTER, JOHN: GRAHAM POLLARD. - An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Nineteenth Century Pamphlets.
25875: CARTER, JAMES. - In the Wake of the Setting Sun.
26905: CARTER, GEORGE GOLDSMITH. - Forgotten Ports of England.
31046: CARTER, EDMUND. - The History of the County of Cambridge, from the earliest account to the present time. Wherein is given an account of the inhabitants, Kings, air, rivers, soil, produce, dimensions, hundreds, deaneries, seats of the gentry, members of Parliament, High Sheriffs, &c. Also a particular account of the ancient and modern Cambridge, with the City of Ely, and the several parishes therein; likewise an account of the several towns and villages in alphabetical order.
33538: CARTER, JOHN; GRAHAM POLLARD. - The Firm of Charles Ottley, Landon & Co.: footnote to an enquiry.
35289: CARTER, JOHN & GRAHAM POLLARD. - The Firm of Charles Ottley, Landon & Co. Footnote to an Enquiry.
8440: CARTER, JOHN. - Taste and Technique in Book-Collecting.
41933: CARTER, RAICH. - Footballer's progress. Edited by Edward Lanchbery.
31022: CARTHUSIAN, A. - Chronicles of Charter House.
18431: CARTON, RONALD. - England.
33037: CARTON, RONALD. - England.
42060: CARTON, R.C. - Souvenir of Mr. Preedy & the Countess. 200th performance. Some scenes out of the play by Hassall.
34794: CARTWRIGHT, ROGER. - A Guide to the Craven Dales.
30533: CARTWRIGHT, ROBERT. - A Guide to the Craven Dales. 800 miles on foot in the Craven Area scheduled in the Dower Report as a future National Park.
31817: CARTWRIGHT, J. - The Iphigenia in Aulis of Euripides. Translated into English blank verse.
40578: CARVER, M. O. H. (EDITOR). - Sutton Hoo Research Committee Bulletins 1983-1993.
30731: CARYLON-BRITTON, P. W. P.; L. A. LAWRENCE; W. J. ANDREW (EDITORS). - The British Numismatic Journal and Proceedings of the British Numismatic 1906. First Series, Volume III.
31102: CASS, FREDERICK CHARLES. - The Parish of South Mimms [bound with] The Parish of Monken Hadley. [2 Works in 1 Volume].
20481: CASSELS, JOHN M. (DIRECTOR). - The Sterling Area: an American analysis.
21754: CASSERLEY, H. C. - London and South Western Locomotives.
22265: CASSERLEY, H. C. - Britain's Joint Lines.
21424: CASSIN-SCOTT, JOHN; JOHN FABB. - Military Bands and Their Uniforms.
38566: CHIRK CASTLE. - A memoir of Chirk Castle. From original documents.
17989: EXHIBITION CATALOGUE. - Miniatures de la Renaissance. Cinquieme centenaire de la Biblioteque Vaticane
18102: EXHIBITION CATALOGUE. - The Eric George Millar Bequest of Manuscripts and Drawings 1967: a commemorative volume.
22020: MAGICAL CATALOGUE. - L. Davenport & Co. and Maskelyne's Mysteries Present the Very Latest in Practical Magic. Demon Series.
25267: JAMES BOHN CATALOGUE. - Catalogue of Ancient and Modern Books, in all languages, on sale by James Bohn ...
26045: AUCTION CATALOGUE. - The Estelle Doheny Collection ... Part 4. Printed books and manuscripts including early printing, literature and fine bindings.
26046: AUCTION CATALOGUE. - The Estelle Doheny Collection ... Part 5. Printed books and manuscripts including Americana, literature and fine bindings.
26047: AUCTION CATALOGUE. - The Estelle Doheny Collection ... Part 6. Printed books and manuscripts concerning William Morris and his circle.
26947: TRADE CATALOGUE. - William Dibben and Sons, Ltd. Builders' Merchants and Wholesale Ironmongers, Southampton ....
29077: ZENITH CARBURETTER TRADE CATALOGUE. - The Correct Proportion and how the Zenith maintains it.
30676: TRADE CATALOGUE. - Tweedales & Smalley (1920), Ltd., makers of machinery for opening, preparing, spinning & doubling cotton, etc., Castleton, Rochdale.
31987: TRADE CATALOGUE. - Wilkinson, Heywood & Clark Ltd. Monograms and Heraldic Designs. Manufacturers of High Class Varnishes, Japans and Colors. Head Office: 7 Caledonian Road, London.
32189: TRADE CATALOGUE. - The "Pural" Seamless Aluminium Ware: Cooking Utensils, Table Ware, Fancy Goods, etc. The New Aluminium Co, Leicester.
32190: TRADE CATALOGUE. - Ice Cream Manufacturers' Equipment. Catalogue 31. Thos. Mills & Bro. Inc. ... Philadelphia, Pa.
32194: TRADE CATALOGUE. - Queen: famous for Big Hatches of Strong Healthy Chicks that Live and Grow. Queen Incubator Company, Lincoln, Nebraska.
32195: TRADE CATALOGUE. - [A. H. Robbins, Ironmonger and Cycle Agent, ... Malvern Link.]
32201: TRADE CATALOGUE. - Rigby, Battock & Co ... London, Brush Manufacturers & Warehousemen, Illustrated Price List.
32207: TRADE CATALOGUE. - Cast-Iron Enamelled Baths. Forth & Clyde & Sunniside Iron Cos., Ltd., Falkirk.
33543: SOTHEBY'S SALE CATALOGUE. - Catalogue of valuable printed books from the Broxbourne Library illustrating the spread of printing. The property of John Ehrman, Esq. (2 Vols.).
35083: FINE ART CATALOGUE. - Catalogue des Objets d'Art, sieges & meubles anciens, pour la plupart du XVIIIe siecle. Tableaux - Dessins - Gouaches. Boiseries & decorations peintes, porcelaines de Sevres & autres, pendules - lustre en cristal de roche, tapisseries, etc. ... Le tout appartenant a un Amateur et dont la vente aux encheres publiques aura lieu a Paris Galerie Georges Petit ... le Lundi 19 Mai 1913 ...
23464: CATALOGUE. - The Yorkshire Coronation Exhibition of Robes and Regalia. In aid of the Order of St. John and the British Red Cross Branches in the county.
32340: OFFICIAL CATALOGUE. - International Philatelic Exhibition, Manchester, 1899. Under the auspices of the Manchester Philatelic Society. Held at the City Art Gallery, Mosley Street Manchester from June 29th to July 5th 1899. ...
37418: CATCHLOVE, DONALD. - Romania's Ceausescu.
32066: CATHRALL, WILLIAM. - Wanderings in North Wales; A Road and Railway Guide Book. Comprising curious and interesting historical information with a description of the ancient castles and ruins of the northern principality, its churches, towns, mountains, rivers, lakes, railways, etc.
25991: CAULFEILD, S. F. A. - House Mottoes and Inscriptions: old and new.
27379: CAUNTER, F LYDE. - Lyde Records.
28392: CAVANDER, KENNETH. (TRANSLATED BY) - Herodotus. The Struggle for Greece. Introduction by Russell Meiggs. Two-coour wood engravings by Raymond Hawthorn.
34736: CAVE, HENRY W. - The Ceylon Government Railway. A descriptive and illustrated guide mainly extracted from the author's larger work 'The Book of Ceylon'.
24464: CAWLEY, A. C. (EDITOR). - The Wakefield Pageants, in the Towneley Cycle. Old and Middle English Texts Series.
37781: THE LANDS OF CAZEMBE. - Lacerda's Journey to Cazembe in 1798. Translated and annotated by Captain R. F. Burton, F.R.G.S. Also Journey of the Pombeiros ... translated by B. A. Beadle; and a resume of the journey of Mm. Monteiro and Gamitto. By Dr. C. T. Beke.
42685: CELLIER, ALEXANDRE. - L' orgue moderne: les jeux de l'orgue, le me“canisme et les combinaisons, exemples de registration, registration ancienne, l'orgue et l'orchestre, esthetique, etc., suivi d'un supple“ment sur l'orgue expressif ou harmonium.
42437: CENNINI, CENNINO. - A treatise on painting, written by Cennino Cennini in the year 1437; and first published in Italian in 1821, with an introduction and notes, by Signor Tambroni: containing practical directions for painting in fresco, secco, oil, and distemper, with the art of gilding and illuminating manuscripts, adopted by the Old Italian masters. Translated by Mrs. Merrifield. With an introductory preface, copious notes, and illustrations in outline from celebrated pictures.
29172: TYNE AND WEAR TRANSPORT CENTENARY. - Horse Tram to Metro: one hundred years of local public transport in Tyne and Wear.
40107: SOUTH SHIELDS CENTENARY. - The South Shields centenary: 1850-1950.
37421: CETERCHI, IOAN (EDITED BY). - The Political System of the Socialist Republic of Romania.
17973: CETTO, ANNA MARIA. - Miniatures du Moyen Age.
5285: CHALLINOR, JOHN. - The History of British Geology. A bibliographical study.
34770: CHALMERS-HUNT, B.L. - Morris 1000 Owner's Handbook & Maintenance Manual. All Models 1956 1971.
33556: CHALMERS, PATRICK R. - Birds Ashore and A-Foreshore. With ... illustrations ... by Winifred Austen ...
36680: CHALOUPECKY, VACLAV. - The Caroline University of Prague. Its foundation, character and development in the fourteenth century.
28078: CHAMBERLAIN, ALFRED. - A Guide and Description of Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell, Northamptonshire.
25888: CHAMBERLAIN, SAMUEL (EDITOR). - Fair is Our Land. Introduction by Donald Moffat.
40730: CHAMBERLAIN, ALFRED. - A guide and description of Holy Trinity Church, Rothwell, Northamptonshire.
18612: CHAMBERS, R. W. - Thomas More.
29832: CHAMBERS, ROBERT (EDITED BY). - Cyclopędia of English Literature (2 Volumes). A history, critical and biographical, of British authors from the earliest times.
29026: CHAMBERS. W. - Stories of Old Families.
32094: CHAMBERS, ROBERT. - Chambers's Cyclopedia of English Literature (2 Vols). A history, critical and biographical, of numerous authors with specimens of their writings. Revised by Robert Carruthers.
37535: CHAMBRIER, MARIE DE. - Henri de Mirmand, et les refugies de la revocation de l'edit de Nantes.
27678: CHAMOT, M. - English Mediaeval Enamels. 'University College (London) Monographs on English Mediaeval Art No. 2.'
41349: CHAMPLIN, JOHN DENISON - Chronicle of the coach. Charing Cross to Ifracombe. Illustrated by Edward L. Chichester.
30721: CHANCELLOR, E. BERESFORD - London Recalled. Being a topographical description of the collection of water-colour drawings by W. Alister Macdonald in the Guildhall Art Gallery.
32713: CHANCELLOR, E. BERESFORD. - The XVIIIth Century in London: an account of its social life and arts.
38167: CHANCELLOR, F.B. (COMPILER). - Around Eden. An anthology of fact and legend from and around the Eden valley.
37432: CHANDAN, K.S. - Le Reveil Du Paysan Bulgare.
17731: CHANDLER, WM. E. - Reply of Mr. Wm. E. Chandler to the slanders of Honorable Bainbridge Wadleigh, lately U. S. Senator; together with a request for explanation of some acts of Mr. Wadleigh while Senator.
23319: CHANDLER, CHARLES H. - More Rambles Round Sheffield.
26584: CHANDLER, GEORGE. - William Roscoe of Liverpool.
29481: CHANDLER, W B H. - An Account of the Parish Church of Seething.
31005: CHANDLER, GEORGE. - Liverpool Under James I. Transcriptions by Eveline B Saxton.
33261: CHANDLER, GEORGE. - Four Centuries of Banking, as illustrated by the bankers, customers and staff associated with the constituent banks of Martins Bank Limited (2 Vols).
38720: CHANDLER, JOSEPH R. - Masonic Addresses: containing an inaugural and valedictory address as grand master, and addresses on occasions of grand visitations.
33254: CHANNING, WILLIAM E. - Slavery.
38033: CHANNING, WILLIAM E. - Lectures on the elevation of the labouring portion of the community.
41899: CHANNING, W.E. - Remarks on the character of Napoleon Bonaparte, occasioned by the publication of Scott's life of Napoleon. From the Christian Examiner, Vol. IV., No. V.
41693: CHAPBOOK. - The Highland piper's advice to drinkers: to which are added Home, sweet sweet home Wallace's lament. Connel and Flora. Here is the glen. Oh hey Johny lad, and Charlie is my darling.
41694: CHAPBOOK. - A new song called Auld Scotia free, to which are added O Helen thou art my darling, The lovely lass of Allan-down, Will ye go to the ewe bughts, and a Lamentation for the death of McKay.
41695: CHAPBOOK. - Watty's Travels to Carslile, in Search of a Place. To which are added. Will Ye Go to the Trosachs. Blue Bonnets over the Border. Down the Burn Davie.
40963: CHAPBOOK. - The fish and the ring; or, the fortunate farmer's daughter. A tale founded on facts.
19358: CHAPBOOKS. - John Cheap, The Chapman's Library: the Scottish chap literature of last century classified. Fairy tales, romances and histories.
37832: OTLEY CHAPBOOKS. - [The full series of 16 chapbooks comprising:] 1). The History of Cinderella. 2). The History of Tom Thumb. 3). Hare and many Friends. 4). Entertaining Views. 5). Robinson Crusoe. 6). Jack the Giant Killer. 7. Little Red Riding Hood. 8). Scenes from Nature. 9). Dame Trot. 10). Mother Hubbard. 11). Capitals of Europe. 12). The House that Jack built. 13). Death & Burial of Cock Robin. 14). Cock Robin and Jenny Wren. 15). Old Man and his Ass. 16). Peter Brown.
6068: CHAPMAN, ABEL. - Bird-Life of the Borders. On moorland and sea with faunal notes extending over forty years.
6069: CHAPMAN, ABEL. - Retrospect. Reminiscences and impressions of a hunter-naturalist in three continents 1851-1928.
18604: CHAPMAN, BRIAN. - The Prefects and Provincial France.
20268: CHAPMAN, R. W.; ALLEN T. HAZEN. - Johnsonian Bibliography: a supplement to Courtney.
24427: CHAPMAN, R. W. (EDITOR). - Johnson's 'Journey to the Western Island of Scotland' and Boswell's 'Journal of A Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D.'
25627: CHAPMAN, HESTER W. - Great Villiers: a study of George Villiers, Second Duke of Buckingham, 1628-1687.
26385: CHAPMAN, ABEL. - Memories of Fourscore Years Less Two, 1851-1929. With a memoir by George Bolam.
26386: CHAPMAN, ABEL. - Retrospect. Reminiscences and impressions of a hunter-naturalist in three continents 1851-1928.
26387: CHAPMAN, ABEL. - Bird-Life of the Borders: records of wild sport and natural history on moorland and sea.
28268: CHAPMAN, HENRY.T. - Chapman on Varicose Veins. Varicose veins: Their Nature, Consequences and Treatment, Palliative and Curative.
28771: CHAPMAN, MAVE & BEN. - The Pierrots of the Yorkshire Coast.
33162: CHAPMAN, ABEL. - Wild Norway: with chapters on Spitsbergen, Denmark, etc. Illustrated by the author, assisted by Chas Whymper and P CH Trench.
40336: CHAPMAN, W.R.; R.A. MOTT. - The Cleaning of Coal. With an introduction by Prof. R.V. Wheeler.
21617: CHAPMAN, RICHARD A.; MICHAEL HUNT (EDITORS). - Open Government: a study of the prospects of open government within the limitations of the British political system.
39160: CHAPMAN, WILLIAM. - Report on the proposed navigation between the east and west seas, so far as extends from Newcastle to Haydon-Bridge, with observations on the separate advantages on the north and south sides of the River Tyne.
43593: CHAPMAN, W.G. - 'Cheltenham Flyer' : a new railway book for boys of all ages. Great Western Railway "Boy of all Ages" Series.
43592: CHAPMAN, W.G. - Track topics : a book of railway engineering for boys of all ages. Great Western Railway "Boy of all Ages" Series.
43591: CHAPMAN, W.G. - "The 10.30 limited" A railway book for boys of all ages. Great Western Railway "Boy of all Ages" Series.
43589: CHAPMAN, W.G. - The "King" of railway locomotives : the book of Britain's mightiest passenger locomotive. Great Western Railway "Boy of all Ages" Series.
34421: SIR JOHN CHARLES. - The Contrivance of Collegian. The Harveian Oration of 1955.
26582: CHARLES, ELIZABETH. - Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family.
30228: CHARLES, GEORGE. - From England to Iceland: A Summer Trip to the Arctic Circle.
42883: CHARLES, RICHARD, SURGEON, OF WINCHESTER. - An essay on the treatment of consumptions. In which the causes and symptoms are considered; and a new mode of treatment proposed.
34911: CHARLESWORTH, JOHN (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of Wragby in the County of York. Vol II 1704-1812. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol CVII].
41010: CHARLETON, R. J. - The Picture of the King, a tale of old Newcastle.
41949: CHARLETON, J. R. - Newcastle Town.
41950: CHARLETON, R. J. - Charlton's History of Newcastle upon Tyne, from the earliest records to its formation as a city in 1882.
41951: CHARLETON, R. J. - A History of Newcastle-on-Tyne, from the earliest records to its formation as a city.
25320: CHARTER, JOHN, REV. - Poems For Our Boys and Girls.
36608: CHARVERIAT, E. - Les Affaires Religieuses en Boheme au seizieme siecle ...
40877: LE CHATELIER, M.L. - Railway economy. Use of counter-pressure steam in the locomotive engine as a brake. Translated from the author's manuscipt by Lewis D.B. Gordon.
31865: CHATTERJEE, SUNJEEB CHUNDER. - Bengal Ryots; Their Rights and Liabilities. Being an elementary treatise on the law of landlord and tenant.
21658: CHATTERTON, E. KEBLE. - Sailing the Seas: a survey of seafaring through the ages.
31467: CHATTOCK, RICHARD S & W WIGHTMAN WOOD - Sketches of Eton. Etchings and vignettes by Richard S Chattock, and descriptive notes by W Wightman Wood.
38834: CHATWIN, PHILIP B. - A history of Edgbaston.
16862: CHAUVEL, CHARLES & ELSA. - Walkabout.
18677: CHECKLAND, S. G. - The Rise of Industrial Society in England 1815-1885..
22920: CHERNICHEWSKI, VLADIMIR, PROFESSOR. - Anthropological Report on a London Suburb. Edited by Charles Duff.
32675: CHESHIRE. - An Act for making the Chapelry of Nether Knutsford, in the Parish of Rosthern, and County of Chester, a separate and distinct Parish; and for erecting a Parish Church therein ...
32639: CHESTER, COL JOSEPH LEMUEL. - Allegations for Marriage Licenses issued by the Bishop of London 1520-1828 (2 Vols). [Publications of the Harleian Society Volumes XXV & XXVI for the Years 1887]. Edited by Geo J Armytage.
32640: CHESTER, COL JOSEPH LEMUEL. - Allegations for Marriage Licenses issued by the Dean and Chapter of Westminster 1558 to 1699. Also for those issued by the Vicar General of the Archbishop of Canterbury 1660 to 1679. [Publications of the Harleian Society Volume XXIII for the Year 1886]. Edited by Geo J Armytage.
34486: CHESTER, GREVILLE JOHN. - Statute Fairs: their evils and their remedy.
38410: CHESTERFIELD, PHILIP DORMER STANHOPE, EARL OF. - Letters of Philip, second Earl of Chesterfield, to several celebrated individuals of the time of Charles II., James II., William III., and Queen Anne, with some of their replies.
35517: CHESTERTON, G.K. - The Father Brown Stories.
36659: CHETWYND-STAPYLTON, H E. - The Chetwynds of Ingestre, being a history of that family from a very early date.
20973: CHEW, SAMUEL C. - Swinburne.
33773: CHIBNALL, MARJORIE (EDITED BY). - Select documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec. Camden Third Series Volume LXXIII.
8617: CHICHESTER, HENRY MANNERS; GEORGE BURGES-SHORT. - The Records and Badges of Every Regiment and Corps in the British Army.
38495: CHICKEN, EDWARD. - The Collier's Wedding, a poem. [With preface, notes, and life of the author, by William Cail.]
8531: CHILDERS, J. SAXON (EDITOR). - Histories, or Tales of Past Times, told by Mother Goose. With Morals.
25379: CHILDREN'S ANNUAL. - The Monster Book for Children.
25380: CHILDREN'S ANNUAL. - Topping Book for Girls.
25382: CHILDREN'S ANNUAL. - Happy Holidays: the greatest stories for children in the world.
25381: CHILDREN'S ANNUAL. - Holiday Book for Girls.
25378: CHILDREN'S ANNUAL. - The Little Ones' Budget.
16237: CHILDS, GEORGE W. - Recollections.
28159: CHILDS, W M. - Holidays in Tents.
9322: CHILVERS, HEDLEY A. - The Seven Wonders of Southern Africa.
9345: CHILVERS, HEDLEY A. - Out of the Crucible. Being the romantic story of the Witwatersrand Goldfields; and of the great city which arose in their midst.
19980: CHILVERS, HEDLEY A. - The Seven Wonders of Southern Africa.
25384: CHISHOLM, EDWIN (EDITOR). - The Jolly Book for Girls.
24512: CHISLETT, RALPH. - Northward Ho! - For Birds. From wild moorlands of England to moorland and marshes of Scotland and Shetland, Oland and Lapland.
36075: CHISLETT, RALPH. - Yorkshire Birds.
24824: CHITTY, JEAN. - The River Is Within Us: a maritime history of Lymington.
19145: CHOATE, RUFUS. - A Discourse delivered before the Faculty, Students, and Alumni of Dartmouth College, on the day preceding commencement, July 27, 1853, commemorative of Daniel Webster.
18498: CHRIMES, S. B. - An Introduction to the Administrative History of Mediaeval England.
34413: CHRISTIE, RONALD V. - Medical Education and the State. The Harveian Oration of 1969. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1969].
41620: CHRISTIE-MURRAY, DAVID. - Armorial bearings of British schools. Plates by Dan Escott.
26018: CHURCH, ARTHUR HERBERT, ET AL. - Some Minor Arts as Practised in England.
28914: CHURCH, JOHN A. - The Heat of the Comstock Mines. Presented to the American Institute of Mining Engineers at the Chattanooga meeting, May 1878, by permission og Lieut George M Wheeler.
35405: CHURCH, REV C M. - Notes on the Buildings, Books, and Benefactors of the Library of the Dean and Chapter of the Cathdral Church of Wells. [From Archaeologia Vol LVII].
37345: CHURCH, REV C M. - Four Somerset Bishops 1136-1242. From the documents in possession of the Dean and Chapter of Wells.
32625: CHURCHILL, WINSTON SPENCER. - London to Ladysmith via Pretoria.
34821: CHURCHILL, RANDOLPH S & HELMUT GERNSHEIM (EDITED BY). - Churchill. His Life in Photographs.
42080: CHUTE, ROBIN. - Shooting flying. A bibliography of shooting books 1598-1950.
36968: CIESLAK, EDMUND & CZESLAW BIERNAT. - History of Gdansk. Translated by Bozenna Blaim and George M Hyde.
33463: CLACK, PETER. - The Book of Durham City.
17784: CLANAHAN, REV. SAMUEL - Discourses.
17414: CLAPESATTLE, HELEN - The Doctors Mayo.
26337: CLAPHAM, JOHN, SIR. - An Economic History of Modern Britain: free trade and steel, 1850-1886.
19014: CLAPP, B. W. - John Owens, Manchester Merchant.
21031: CLARK, RONALD W. - Freud: the man and the cause.
21639: CLARK, RONALD W. - The Life of Bertrand Russell.
22983: CLARK, J. W. - Cambridge: brief historical and descriptive notes.
26488: CLARK, GEO. T. - Mediaeval Military Architecture in England (2 Vols).
31641: CLARK, JOHN. - The Avalonian Guide: A History and Description of the Town and Abbey of Glastonbury.
33898: CLARK, HUGH & THOMAS WORMULL. - A short and easy introduction to heraldry, in two parts. Part I. The use of arms and armoury, rules of blazon and marshalling coats of armour, with engraved tables upon a new plan, for the introduction of those who with to learn the science. Part II. A dictionary of heraldry, with an alphabetical list of its terms in English, French, and Latin: also the different degrees of the nobility and gentry of England, with tables of precedency.
19655: CLARK-KENNEDY, A. E. - The Art of Medicine in relation to the Progress of Thought. A lecture in the History of Science course in the University of Cambridge February 10, 1945.
8885: CLARKE, CHARLES COWDEN (EDITOR). - The Poetical Works of James Thomson.
34434: SIR CYRIL CLARKE. - Nature the Old Nurse. The Harveian Oration of 1979.
27473: CLARKE, C. C., REV. - A Popular Display of the Wonders of Nature, exclusively selected from the Transactions of the Royal Society of London.
29105: CLARKE, JAMES. (COMPILED BY) - History of Football in Kendal From 1871 to 1908.
30453: CLARKE, REV THOMAS. - Specimens of the Dialects of Westmorland. [3 Parts in 1].
31099: CLARKE, MAUD U. - Nature's Own Gardens.
31335: CLARKE, HENRY LOWTHER; W. N. WEECH. - History of Sedbergh School 1525-1925.
32557: CLARKE, A W HUGHES (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Registers of St Michael Bassisham, London. 1626-1733 Part II. Baptisms: 1626-1733. Marriages: 1626-1733. Burials: 1626-1735 [The Publications of the Harleian Society, Registers Volume LXXIII for the year MDCCCCXLIII].
32636: CLARKE, A W HUGHES (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Registers of St Mary Magdalen Milk Street 1558-1666 and St Michael Bassishaw 1538-1625. Part I. [Publications of the Harleian Society Volume LXXII for the Year MDCCCCXLII].
32937: CLARKE, STEPHEN. - Clitheroe in the Old Coaching Days [bound with] Clitheroe in the Railway Days.
34565: CLARKE, EDWIN (EDITOR). - Modern Methods in the History of Medicine.
34586: CLARKE, J. F.; J. W. LEONARD (COMPILERS). - The General Strike, 1926: an archive teaching unit for the study of a great industrial dispute with particular reference to coal mining in the North East. 'University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Department of Education. Archive Teaching Units; No.7.'
35020: CLARKE, W. K. LOWTHER. - A History of the S.P.C.K. With an epilogue by F. N. Davey.
42714: CLARKE, THOMAS HUTCHINGS. - The domestic architecture of the reign of Queen Elizabeth and James the First : illustrated by a series of views of English Mansions, with brief historical and descriptive accounts of each subject.
38324: CLARKSON, T. - Thoughts on the necessity of improving the condition of the slaves in the British colonies, with a view to their ultimate emancipation; also on the practicability, the safety, and the advantages of the latter measure.
38104: RIPON & CLARO. - Household Almanac and Annual. 1938.
38105: RIPON & CLARO. - Household Almanac and Annual. 1939.
35507: 'CLAVERHOUSE'. - Gretna Green and its Traditions.
31306: CLAY, FELIX, SIR. - Modern School Buildings, Elementary and Secondary. A handbook on the planning, arrangement, and fitting of day and boarding schools ...
34044: CLAY, JOHN F. - Jubilees of the LMS.
36099: CLAY, REGINALD S.; THOMAS H. COURT. - The History of the Microscope, compiled from original instruments and documents, up to the introduction of the achromatic microscope.
23275: CLAY, C. T. - Notes on the Chronology of the Early Deans of York. [Extracted from The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal.]
40081: CLAY, JOHN WILLIAM (EDITOR). - Abstracts of Yorkshire wills ... illustrative of Sir William Dugdale's visitation of Yorkshire in 1665-6. 'The Yorkshire Archaeological and Topographical Association. Record Series. Vol. IX. for the year 1890.'
41501: CLAYTON, MURIEL. - Victoria and Albert Museum ... Catalogue of Rubbings of Brasses and Incised Slabs, classified and arranged in chronological order.
41353: CLAYTON, HOWARD. - Coaching city. A glimpse of Georgian Lichfield.
8520: CLELAND, JOHN. - Memoirs of a Coxcomb.
24075: CLEMENT, MARY (EDITOR). - Correspondence and Minutes of the S.P.C.K. relating to Wales, 1699-1740. Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales History and Law Series No. 10.
29062: CLEMESHA, H.W. - A History of Preston in Amounderness. Historical Series No. XIV.
41544: CLEMOES, PETER (CHIEF EDITOR). - Anglo-Saxon England 15.
41546: CLEMOES, PETER (CHIEF EDITOR). - Anglo-Saxon England 1.
41547: CLEMOES, PETER (CHIEF EDITOR). - Anglo-Saxon England 2.
20593: CLEPHAN, ROBERT COLTMAN. - The Defensive Armour and the Weapons and Engines of War of Mediaeval times, and of the "Renaissance."
25019: CLEPHAN, ROBERT COLTMAN. - The Effigies in Redmarshall Church. [Overprint from Proc. Soc. Antiq., Newc vol. x., pp. 104-106.]
4429: CLEPHAN, ROBERT COLTMAN. - Ancient Egyptian Beads and Symbols Represented in my Collection.
32041: CLIFF, HAROLD. - The Romance of Oldham.
25647: CLIFFORD, JAMES L. (EDITOR). - Man Versus Society in Eighteenth-Century Britain: six points of view.
32790: CLINTON-BADDELEY, V C. - Devon. Illustrated by Sutton Palmer.
3512: CLODD, EDWARD. - Tom Tit Tot an essay in savage philosophy in folk-tale.
36865: CLOSE, ELIZABETH. - The Development of Modern Rumanian. Linguistic Theory and Practice in Muntenia 1821-1838.
23549: CLOUDESLEY, HUBERT, PSEUD [I.E. JOHN WRIGGLESWORTH.] - Idylls of Yorkshire.
18386: CLOUGH, ROBERT T. - The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales: their architectural character, construction and place in the European tradition.
32836: CLOUGH, ROBERT T. - The Lead Smelting Mills of the Yorkshire Dales. Their architectural character, construction and place in the European tradition. Foreword by Norman Culley.
29379: PHOTOS OF CLOVELLY - Snap-shots of Clovelly.
34823: CLOVER, R.D. - Dim Corridors.
22592: MANCHESTER LITERARY CLUB. - Bibliography of Lancashire and Cheshire. Publications issued in the two counties during 1876.
24026: SPALDING CLUB. - Notices of the Spalding Club, with the annual reports, list of members and works printed for the Club, 1839-71.
29559: THE SPALDING CLUB. - A Breiffe Narration of the Services Done to Three Noble Ladyes, by Gilbert Blakhal, ... 1631-1649.
33387: TYNESIDE NATURALISTS' FIELD CLUB. - Transactions of the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club. 1851-1854 Vol II.
25892: AUCKLAND LYCEUM CLUB. - Silhouettes of the Past, a century ago.
23555: YORKSHIRE COUNTY CRICKET CLUB. - fIFTY-nINTH aNNUAL rEPORT. sEASON 1957.
38332: LAURAL ESSAY CLUB. - A Little Book of Remembrance. Being a selection from the writings of past and present members ...
40807: VALE OF DERWENT NATURALISTS' FIELD CLUB. - 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.
19721: CLUNE, FRANK. - Journey to Canberra. By road from Sydney, with deviations in search of history, geography and curiosa along the Canberra highway.
20214: CLUTTON, CECIL; AUSTIN NILAND. - The British Organ.
42472: CLUTTON, CECIL. - Livery hall of the Worshipful company of Merchant Taylors in the city of London 'Offprint from The organ vol.46, no.183, January 1967, p.97-105.'
18036: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Bedfordshire.
18037: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Berkshire.
18039: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Cambridgeshire.
18042: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Dorsetshire.
18047: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Huntingdonshire.
18050: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Oxfordshire.
18051: PIGOT AND CO. - A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Somersetshire.
22023: L. DAVENPORT & CO. - Catalogue of Magical Apparatus, New Conjuring Tricks, and latest amusing jokes, puzzles and novelties.
42129: JOHN K. ROGERS & CO. - Supplementary specimen sheets, from the Boston type foundry. Founded in 1817.
5347: COAL. - Our Coal and Our Coal-pits; The people in them, and the scenes around them. By a traveller underground.
33075: COATES, RICHARD. - The Place Names of West Thorney. E P N S Supplementary Series No 1.
31469: COATES, REV CHARLES. - The History and Antiquities of Reading.
36797: COATES, W P & ZELDA K. - Six Centuries of Russo-Polish Relations.
33526: COBB, RUTH. - A Sussex Highway.
23189: COBB, BELTON. - Murdered on Duty: a chronicle of the killing of policemen.
18304: COBBETT, WILLIAM. - A Grammar of the English Language, in a series of letters; intended for the use of schools and of young persons in general, but more especially for the use of soldiers, sailors, apprentices, and plough-boys. To which are added six lessons, intended to prevent statesmen from using false grammar, and from writing in an awkward manner.
35467: COBLEY, FRED. - On Foot through Wharfedale: descriptive & historical notes of the Towns and Villages of Upper & Lower Wharfedale.
42038: COBLEY, FRED. - Upper & Lower Wharfedale: illustrated. Comprising descriptive & historical notes of Harewood, Otley, Farnley hall, Ilkley, Bolton, Barden, Burnsall, Grassington, Buckden, &c.
8730: COBURN, F. D. - Swine Husbandry. A practical manual for the breeding, rearing, and management of swine, and the prevention and treatment of their diseases.
23781: COBURN, ALVIN LANGDON. - More Men of Mark.
26689: COCHRANE, CHARLES H. - Modern Industrial Progress.
32851: COCHRANE, CHARLES. - On Steam Boilers with small water-space, and Roots' Tube Boiler.
33236: COCKBURN, HENRY. - Memorials of His Time.
26814: COCKBURN, J. S. (EDITOR). - Western Circuit Assize Orders, 1629-1648: a calendar. Camden Fourth Series. Volume 17.
26542: COCKELL, TEESDALE (COMPILER). - Clarke's New Law List; being a list of the Judges and Officers of the different Courts of Justice ...
26543: COCKELL, TEESDALE (COMPILER). - Clarke's New Law List; being a list of the Judges and Officers of the different Courts of Justice ...
36076: COCKERELL, DOUGLAS. - Bookbinding and the care of books. A text-book for book-binders and librarians, with drawings by Noel Rooke.
18008: COCKROFT, BARRY. - Sunley's Daughter: the ways of a Yorkshire dale.
8869: COCKTON, HENRY. - The Life and Adventures of Valentine Vox, the Ventriloquist.
24272: CODRINGTON, GEOFFREY, COLONEL SIR. - An Outline of the History of the Leicestershire (Prince Albert's Own) Yeomanry.
38373: CODRINGTON, A., LIEUT.-GEN. SIR. - Responsibility in the Army.
20490: COE, N. E.; M. E. OGBORN. - The Practice of Life Assurance: a text-book for actuarial students.
39636: COGGINS, DENIS (EDITOR). - People and patterns: the carpet weaving industry in 19th century Barnard Castle.
18912: COGHLAN, T. A. - The Wealth and Progress of New South Wales 1900-01.
36621: COKAYNE, ANDREAS EDWARD. - Illustrated Handbook to Bakewell & its Vicinity. A day in the Peak: being a brief description of Bakewell Church, Baddon Hall, and Chatsworth; with some mention of places in the immediate neighbourhood.
37353: COKAYNE, G E. (CONTRIBUTED BY). - Pedigree of Castillion.
32622: COKE, EDWARD. - The Complete Copy-Holder; being a learned discourse of the antiquity and nature of manors and copy-holds, with all things thereto incident. Whereto is added a supplement by way of additions to, and amplifications of the fore-going treatise. Both of them necessary as well for Lord as Tenant.
36739: COLAKOVIC, RODOLJUB. - Winning Freedom. Translated by Alec Brown.
30913: COLBECK, MAURICE. - Queer Folk. A comicality of Yorkshire characters.
23629: COLBECK, MAURICE. - Yorkshire History Makers.
23628: COLBECK, MAURICE. - Yorkshire Moorlands.
18999: COLE, G. D. H. - The Life of William Cobbett. With a chapter on 'Rural Rides' by the late F. E. Green.
24370: COLE, HOWARD N., LIEUT.-COLONEL. - Coronation and Commemorative Medals, 1887-1953.
27124: COLE, F. J. - An Analysis of the Church of St. Mary, Cholsey, in the County of Berkshire. 'University College, Reading Studies in Local History.'
31244: COLE, G. D. H. (EDITOR, INTRO & NOTES.) - Letters from William Cobbett to Edward Thornton written in the years 1797 to 1800.
32520: COLE, ROBERT (COMPILED BY). - Rental of all the Houses in Gloucester AD 1455. From a Roll in the possession of the Corporation of Gloucester. Edited with a translation by W H Stevenson. [Issued under the authority of the Corporation of Gloucester].
35219: COLE, CHARLES AUGUSTUS (EDITED BY). - Memorials of Henry the Fifth, King of England. [Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, or Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages].
20554: COLE, MARGARET (EDITOR). - Beatrice Webb's Diaries 1924-1932.
40830: COLE, ROBERT (COMPILER). - Rental of all the houses in Gloucester A.D. 1455 from a roll in the possession of the corporation of Gloucester. Edited, with a translation, by W. H. Stevenson.
40887: COLE, JOHN. - The history and antiquities of Filey in the county of York.
34548: COLEBROOK, LEONARD. - Almroth Wright, provocative doctor and thinker.
25789: COLEMAN, KENNETH (GENERAL EDITOR). - A History of Georgia.
42710: COLENSO, JOHN WILLIAM. - Arithmetic, designed for the use of schools: to which is added a chapter on decimal coinage. New edition, thoroughly revised, with the addition of notes and examination-papers and an explanation of the metric system of weights and measures.
39860: COLENSO, J. W., REV. - Geometrical problems, as given in the edition of Euclid's elements.
29158: COLERIDGE, HARTLEY. - Biographia Borealis; or, Lives of Distinguished Northerns.
30910: COLES, V S S. - Instructions given at S Cyprian's Kimberley.
34096: COLGRAVE, HILDA. - Saint Cuthbert of Durham. With a foreword by the very Rev C A Alington.
21727: COLLARD, WILLIAM. - Proposed London and Paris Railway. London and Paris in 2 hours 45 minutes.
41082: COLLARD, WILLIAM. - Architectural and picturesque views in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Engraved by William Collard. With historical and descriptive notes by M. Ross. With a new introduction by Sydney Middlebrook.
25458: FORSTER COLLECTION. - A Catalogue of the Paintings, Manuscripts, Autograph Letters, Pamphlets, etc. bequeathed by John Forster ...
25085: FORSTER COLLECTION.. - A Catalogue of the Printed Books bequeathed by John Foster ... with index. Science and Art Department of the Committee of Council on Education, South Kensington Museum.
43354: A COLLECTION OF FIVE VOLUME 1 NO. 1 MAGAZINES, ALL IN ORIGINAL WRAPPERS: - The Minster, January 1895. George Gissing contributes.; The Windsor Magazine, January 1895. Henry Seton Merriman;Guy Boothby; Pall Mall Gazette, May 1893. A G Swinburne, I Zangwill.; The Newbery House Magazine, July 1889. 'A monthly magazine for clergy and laity.'; The New Review, June 1880. Henry James.
19144: BOWDOIN COLLEGE. - Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Bowdoin College, and the Medical School of Maine, April, 1836.
19178: DARTMOUTH COLLEGE. - Catalogus Senatus Academici Collegii Dartmuthensis ...
41430: COLLEN, GEORGE WILLIAM. - Britannia Saxonica. A map of Britain during the Saxon octarchy, accompanied by a table shewing the contemporary sovereigns of each state; and the mutations in the Saxon kingdoms: the genealogies of the Anglo-Saxon kings, with chronological notices relative to the Saxon period.
20685: COLLET, LEON W. - Les Lacs: leur mode de formation - leur eaux, leur destin.
22266: COLLIER, ROBERT ALFRED HARDCASTLE, BARON MONKSWELL. - The Railways of Great Britain.
25780: COLLIER, PRICE. - The West in the East, from an American point of view.
28315: COLLIER, W.F. - William Robert Hicks of Bodmin. A Memoir.
33586: COLLIER, FRANCES. - The Family Economy of the Working Classes in the Cotton Industry, 1784-1833. Edited by R. S. Fitton.
26135: COLLIER, RICHARD. - The Great Indian Mutiny: a dramatic account of the Sepoy Rebellion.
40341: COLLIER, JEREMY. - An essay upon gaming, in a dialogue between Callimachus and Dolemedes. Edited. by Edmund.Goldsmid. 'Collectanea adamantaea.-VIII.'
39124: COLLIER, FRANCES. - The family economy of the working classes in the cotton industry, 1784-1833.
34749: COLLINGWOOD, STUART DODGSON. - The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Rev C.L Dodgson).
34760: COLLINGWOOD, W.G. - Angels Danes and Norse in the District of Huddersfield. [The Tolson Memorial Museum Handbook 2 Second Edition].
29710: COLLINGWOOD, W. G. - Northumbrian Crosses of the Pre-Norman Age.
35847: COLLINGWOOD, W. G. - The Lake Counties ... illustrations by A. Reginald Smith.
18703: COLLINS, F. HOWARD. - An Epitome of The Synthetic Philosophy. With a preface by Herbert Spencer.
28033: COLLINS, HERBERT C. - Lancashire Plain and Seaboard. Illustrated by H. Harte.
30416: COLLINS, FRANCIS (EDITED BY) & REV B WARD WOOD (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Parish Register of St Mary Bishophill Junior York 1602-1812. [Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol LII].
33614: COLLINS, WILLIAM. - The Poetical Works of William Collins, enriched with elegant engravings. To which is prefixed a life of the author, by Dr. Johnson.
31292: COLLIS, MAURICE (INTRODUCTION.) - Alva Paintings & Drawings.
30897: COLLISON-MORLEY, KATHLEEN. - The History of the Brendon Hills, Tiverton, Bampton, Milverton & Wiveliscombe.
24606: COLQUHOUN, ARCHIBALD R. - China in Transformation.
24613: COLQUHOUN, ARCHIBALD R. - The Africander Land.
29272: COLTHORPE, MARION. - Royal Cambridge. Royal Visitors to Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth I - Queen Elizabeth II.
30474: COLUMBUS, LESSER. - Greater Bristol.
26140: COLVILLE, JOHN. - The Portrait of a General: a chronicle of the Napoleonic Wars.
39674: CAMILLA COLVILLE. - Camilla Colville. A Tradition of the County of Durham.
25983: COLWELL, STELLA. - Family Roots: discovering the past in the Public Record Office.
22789: COLYER, S. W. (PHOTOGRAPHER). - The Isle of Wight: a book of photographs.
22773: COLYER, S. W. (PHOTOGRAPHER). - Lorna Doone Country: a book of photographs.
20302: COMBE, ANDREW. - The Principles of Physiology Applied to the Preservation of Health, and the improvement of physical and mental education.
20305: COMBE, GEORGE. - The Constitution of Man considered in relation to external objects.
26655: COMBE, ANDREW. - The Principles of Physiology, applied to the preservation of health, and to the improvement of physical and mental education.
23387: COMBER, A. W. - A Lecture on Magnesite.
39653: BEDE COMMEMORATION. - The Venerable Bede, 735-1935. Commemoration. Suggestions for children's celebrations.
23421: HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION. - Report on the Manuscripts of the Corporation of Beverley.
26485: IMPERIAL WAR GRAVES COMMISSION. - Their Name Liveth. Volume I. Some pictures of Commonwealth War Cemeteries 1914-1918 1939-1945.
36286: CHARITY COMMISSION. - Sedbergh United Charities and Widows' Hospital Scheme 1891.
40744: HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION. - Report on the manuscripts of the corporation of Beverley.
40646: NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY HISTORY COMMITTEE. - The Roman Frontier from Wallsend to Rudchester Burn. Overprint from Vol. XIII. of A History of Northumberland.
2747: MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT JOINT TOWN PLANNING ADVISORY COMMITTEE. - Report upon the Regional Scheme (2 Vols).
25396: STOCKTON-ON-TEES RAILWAY CENTENARY COMMITTEE. - The Centenary of Public Railways at their Birthplace, Stockton-on-Tees, with a brief history if the town prior to and since 1825.
41769: CITY OF MANCHESTER RIVERS COMMITTEE. - Report of the deputation from the rivers committee which recently visited various towns.
17956: BRITANNIA COMPANY. - Screws and Screw-Making, with a chapter on the Milling Machine. A complete treatise on screw-making in all its branches, embracing most recent methods, and containing the reports which originated modern standard screw-threads.
19186: AMOSKEAG MANUFACTURING COMPANY. - Resolution adopted relating to the retirement of Hon. E. A. Straw as agent and clerk of the company, and remarks upon the same at the annual meeting of the proprietors ... held at Manchester, N. H., Oct. 8, 1879.
22701: PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. - Roll of Honour - The Great War, 1914-1918.
27974: TIMKEN AXLE COMPANY (DETROIT). - Timken Axle Primer. A Non Technical Treatise on the Design and Constructio of Motor Car Axles. The Timken Detroit Axle Company, Michigan USA. Sole representatives in the British Isles: Automotive Products Company, London.
43033: COMRIE, JOHN D. - History of Scottish medicine (2 Vols).
18074: CONAN DOYLE, A. - The Tragedy of the Korosko.
38954: CONDER, C. R. - The Hittites and their language.
16465: CONGREVE, GEORGE THOMAS. - On Consumption of the Lungs, or Decline; and its successful treatment: showing that formidable disease to be curable in all its stages. With observations on coughs, colds, asthma, chronic bronchitis, etc., etc.
21102: CONGREVE, WILLIAM. - The Way of the World. An unexpurgated edition, including an original signed etching by A. R. Middleton Todd ... foreword by Malcolm C. Salaman.
21293: CONGREVE, WILLIAM. - The Way of the World and Love For Love. Two Comedies ... With illustrations and decorations by John Kettelwell.
34845: CONINGHAM, MAJOR H. - No CXCVI. Report...on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred in the Mixing Shed of the Ammunition Factory of the Birmingham Metal and Munitions Company Limited at Streetly, near Birmingham, in the County of Stafford, on the 5th August 1910. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
32605: CONINGTON, JOHN. - The Aeneid of Virgil. Translated into English Verse.
32691: CONNEL, JIM ALEXANDER (COMPLIER). - Islington Heritage. The Agricultural Hall.
31545: CONNON, J WREGHITT. - Bardsley Cum Rigton. The Church and Village.
40221: O'CONNOR, BARRY - Con O'More. A Huddersfield Romance.
34815: CONSITT, FRANCES. - The London Weaver's Company. Volume I from the Twelth Century to the close of the Sixteenth Century.
16543: CONWAY, MARTIN, SIR. - The Bolivian Andes: a record of climbing and exploration in the Cordillera Real in the years 1898 and 1900.
26650: CONWAY, MARTIN, SIR. - The Crowd in Peace and War.
32292: CONWAY, MARTIN. - Rambles on the Riviera. Reprinted from the Daily Telegraph. Rome France - The old and new Riviera with practical suggestions.
38168: CONWAY, R. S. (EDITOR). - Melandra Castle: being the report of the Manchester and District Branch of the Classical Association for 1905.
6419: CONWAY, MARTIN, SIR. - Mountain Memories: a pilgrimage of romance.
6420: CONWAY, WILLIAM MARTIN. - Climbing and Exploration in the Karakoram-Himalayas.
43239: CONYBEARE, JOHN, BISHOP OF BRISTOL. - Calumny refuted: or, An answer to the personal slanders published by Dr. Richard Newton, in his letter to Dr. Holmes, vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford, &c. In which also, the conduct of the Lord Bishop of Exeter, and of the Society of Exeter-College, in relation to Hart-Hall, is vindicated.
18066: COOK, CLARENCE (INTRO). - A Girl's Life Eighty Years Ago: selections from the letters of Eliza Southgate Bowne.
19261: COOK, A. S. - Old-Time Traders and Their Ways.
23034: COOK, WALTER W. S.; JUAN AINAUD. - Spain: Romanesque paintings.
29017: COOK, G.H. - Portrait of Salisbury Cathedral.
17132: COOK, STANLEY A. - The Old Testament: a reinterpretation.
33960: COOK, ROBERT BEILBY (EDITED BY). - The Parish Registers of Holy Trinity Church Goodramgate York1573-1812. [Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol XLI].
2882: COOKE, G. A. - Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Gloucester ... copious travelling guide ... complete county itinerary ...
2890: COOKE, G. A. - A Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Monmouth; ... a copious travelling guide ... complete county itinerary ...
2903: COOKE, G. A. - A Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Cumberland; ... a copious travelling guide ... a complete county itinerary. [Bound with] The Lakes of Cumberland.
2906: COOKE, G. A. - Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Warwick; ... a copious travelling guide ... complete county itinerary.
24373: COOKE, ALFRED H. - Life and Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington.
32464: COOKE, R BEILBY. - Some Early Civic Wills of York.
32513: COOKE-HURLE, NORAH L. - A Handlist of the Records of the Board of Guardians in the County of Somerset. Preserved in the Somerset Record Office, Shire Hall, Taunton. [Somerset County Council Records Committee].
37416: COOKE, G A. - Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of York; containing an account of its, situation, extent, towns, rivers, lakes, mines, fisheries, manufactures, trade, commerce, agriculture, curiosities, antiquities, natural history, civil and ecclesiastical jurisdiction, &c. To which is prefixed, the direct and principal cross roads, distances of stages, inns, and noblemen and gentlemen's seats: Also a list of markets and fairs, and an index table, exhibiting at one view, the distances of all the towns from London, and of other towns from each other. The whole forming a county itinerary.
39437: COOKE, G. A. - Topographical and statistical description of the county of Buckingham [Bedford & Hertford] ... copious travelling guide ... complete county itinerary ... (3 Vols in 1).
35012: COOKES, C. E. - Cookes' Guide to Richmond, Easby, and other places of interest.
31300: COOMBS, DAVID (COMPILER.) - Churchill: his paintings ...
20837: COOPER, DANIEL; ROBERT COOPER. - On the Luminosity of the Human Subject after Death, with Remarks and Details of Experiments made with a view of determining the nature of the fact. [included in The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, and Journal of Science. Third Series. No. 76. Vol. 12. May 1838].
21397: COOPER, LEONARD. - British Regular Cavalry, 1644-1914.
35493: COOPER, BRIAN. - Transformation of a Valley. Photographs by Neville Cooper.
23502: COOPER, GEORGE H. - Fifty Years' Journalistic Experiences and Chronicles of a Typical Industrial Area.
23611: COOPER, A. N. - East Yorkshire: a historical guide for young and old.
25849: COOPER, A. N., REV. - The Tramps of 'The Walking Parson.'
28271: COOPER, WILLIAM WHITE. - Cooper on Sight. On near sight, aged sight, impaired vision and the means of assessing sight.
32390: COOPER, T P. - Some Old York Inns with special reference to the Star Stongate. Reprinted from the Associated Architectural and Archaeological Societies Reports and Papers Vol 39 Pt 2 1929.
30839: COOPER, ANTHONY (EDITED BY) - Primrose Hill to Euston Road. A Survey of the Streets of West Camden.
28899: COOPER, ERNEST READ. - Memories of Bygone Bunwich.
32926: COOPER, T P. - The Old Inns and Inn Signs of York.
34470: COOPER. A.N. - The Curiosities of East Yorkshire.
36333: COOPER, T P. - Literary Associations of the City of York. Some Shrines, Haunts & Memories.
37682: COOPER, LEONARD. - Great Men of Durham. 'Men of the Counties Series No. 9.'
18531: COOTE, HENRY CHARLES. - A Neglected Fact in English History.
41187: COPE, REV. F. L. - A north-country preacher: sermons ... With a memoir by the Dean of Lichfield.
33650: COPEMAN, W. S. C. - Doctors and Disease in Tudor Times.
34180: COPPER-KEY, MAJOR A. - No CXXXII. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an explosion of Percussion Caps in course of manufacture at the factory of the Birmingham Metal and Munitions Company Limited, at Streetly, near Birmingham, on the 11th April 1899. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
19476: CORBALLIS, JAMES HENRY. - Forty-Five Years of Sport. Edited by Arthur T. Fisher.
40922: CORBETT, JOHN STUART. - Glamorgan. Papers and notes on the Lordship and its members. Edited by D.R. Paterson. With a memoir.
41361: CORBETT, EDWARD. - An old coachman's chatter. With some practical remarks on driving. With eight full page illustrations on stone, by John Sturgess.
32839: CORBIN, THOMAS W. - Aircraft Aeroplanes Airships &c.
41221: M'CORMAC, HENRY. - On pulmonary consumption. On the nature, treatment, and prevention of pulmonary consumption, and incidentally of scrofula, with a demonstration of the cause of the disease.
24491: CORNABY, WILLIAM ARTHUR. - China under the Search-Light.
39561: CORNISH, REV. G.J. - Come to the Woods. And other poems.
32690: CORNWALL. - An Act for confirming the sale and conveyance to John Feilden ... of certain estates in the County of Chester, devised by the will of Thomas Hint .... certain estates of Anna Maria Hunt, in the County of Cornwall ...
36627: PARKWAY MACHINE CORP. - Parkway Machine Corp Baltimore. 1951 Wholesale Coin Machine Catalogue. Illustrating the newest and finest amusement games and vendors that dispense all types of merchandise.
29116: GLASGOW CORPORATION. - Act of the Magistrates and Council of the city of Glasgow relative to the Burgess oath. (Report for the Committee.).
9426: CORREVON, HENRY. PHILIPPE ROBERT. - The Alpine Flora. Translated into English by E.W. Clayforth.
35825: CORRIE, J. M. - The Dumfries Post Office, 1642-1910. [Contained within] 'The Transactions and Journal of Proceedings of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society. N.S. Vol. XXIV.'
26156: COSTE, M. - Instructions Pratiques sur la Pisciculture, suivies de memoires et de rapports sur le meme sujet.
16541: COSTELLO, DUDLEY. - A Tour through the Valley of the Meuse with the Legends of the Walloon Country and the Ardennes.
33193: COSTELLO, DUDLEY. - A Tour Through the Valley of the Meuse: with the legends of the Waloon Country and the Ardennes.
35330: COTESWORTH, L.E. (COLLECTED BY). - Records of the Cotesworths of Egglesburne.
36983: COTTAM, KAZIMIERA JANINA. - Boleslaw Limanowski 1835-1935. A Study in Socialism and Nationalism.
24344: COTTERELL, ANTHONY. - R.A.M.C.
35402: COTTERELL, HOWARD HERSCHEL. - Bristol and West-Country Pewterers. With illustrations of their Marks.
9424: COTTON, RICHARD PAYNE. - On Consumption: its nature, symptoms, and treatment. An essay, to which was awarded the Fothergillian Gold Medal of The Medical Society of London.
19436: COTTON. - Official Report of the Visit of the Delegation of the International Federation of Master Cotton Spinners' and Manufacturers' Associations to Egypt (October-November, 1912) and Report by the Secretary on his subsequent tour in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (November-December, 1912) ... also Cotton Growing in Egypt, a re-issue of the report by the Secretary on his visit to Egypt in 1911, with some additions.
35730: COTTON, HENRY. - Hints on Play with Steel Shafts.
39738: COTTON, WILLIAM; JAMES DALLAS. - Notes and Gleanings: a monthly magazine. Devoted chiefly to subjects connected with the Counties of Devon & Cornwall. (5 Vols in 2 - all published.).
39745: COTTON, WILLIAM; JAMES DALLAS. - Notes and Gleanings: a monthly magazine. Devoted chiefly to subjects connected with the Counties of Devon & Cornwall. (5 Vols in 2 - all published.).
25806: COTTRELL, LEONARD. - The Tiger of Ch'in: how China became a nation.
28168: COUCH, JONATHAN. - The History of Polperro. A Fishing Town on the South Coast of Cornwall. Being a description of the place, its people, their manners, customs, modes of industry, etc.
40523: COUCH, JONATHAN - History of Polperro. A fishing town on the South Coast of Cornwall. Being a description of the place, its people, their manners, customs, models of industry, etc.
40720: COULSON, WILLIAM LISLE B. - Musings on moor and fell.
21512: COULTON, G. G. - The Chronicler of European Chivalry. "Studio" special winter number.
25346: GOSFORTH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. - Bye-laws made by the Urban District Council of Gosforth, with respect to New Streets and Buildings, 1905.
28552: LINDSEY COUNTY COUNCIL. - The Lincolnshire Wolds, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty: statement of intent.
28553: LINDSEY COUNTY COUNCIL. - Tealby Conservation Area
42419: COURAGE, JOHN, PSEUD. [I.E. RICHARD GOYNE.] - The buccaneer's parrot. Illustrated by Glossop. [With a jig-saw puzzle.]
34561: COURT, S. D. M. (EDITOR). - The Medical Care of Children: an attempt to relate the experience of a group of paediatricians to the needs of doctors in family practice.
16105: COURTNEY LEWIS, C. T. - George Baxter (colour printer): his life and work. A manual for collectors.
21391: COUSINS, GEOFFREY. - The Defenders: a history of the British volunteer.
24278: COUSINS, GEOFFREY. - The Defenders: a history of the British volunteer.
39957: COUTTS, REV. JAMES - In Memoriam, James Hampton Brown, Banker, Ellon. Born 4th April, 1851; died 16th August, 1902.
39394: COVE, MORGAN. - An essay on the revenues of the Church of England.
38703: COVENTRY, ANDREW. - A method of economizing our currency. Read before the Royal Society, on 3rd January 1870.
36293: COWAN, CHARLES. - Report of the Reading Dispensary, for the years 1841, 1842, 1843, 1844. Read before the Reading Pathalogical Society.
36493: COWARD, T. A. - Picturesque Cheshire. Illustrated by Roger Oldham.
27342: COWELL, HENRY J. - John Winthrop. A 17th Century Puritan Romance.
18593: COWLES, VIRGINIA. - The Russian Dagger: cold war in the days of the Czars.
24664: COWLING, GEOFFREY C. - The History of Easingwold and the Forest of Galtres.
30030: COWLING, G. H.; W. J. HALLIDAY (EDITORS). - Transactions of the Yorkshire Dialect Society. Part XXIV. Volume IV. [Including]: Scandinavian Influence in Yorkshire Dialects, by E. V. Gordon ... A Glossary of Mining Terms in Common Use among the Miners of Greenhow Hill in Yorkshire, by H. J. L. Bruff ... The Holderness Dialect in 1392, by J. R. Witty ...
38854: COWLING, C.H. - A History of The Salopian Lodge of Charity No.117 Of the antient order of Free and Accepted Masons.
30561: COWPER, L I & E M J. - The Priory Church of St Mary Lancaster.
38953: COWPER, H. S. - The Hill of the Graces: a record of investigation among the trilithons and megalithic sites of Tripoli.
40766: COWPER, WILLIAM. - The diverting history of John Gilpin. Illustrated by Chas. E. Brock.
18825: COX, J. CHARLES. - The English Parish Church: an account of the chief building types and of their materials during nine centuries.
18827: COX, J. CHARLES. - Pulpits, Lecterns, and Organs in English Churches.
18844: COX, J. CHARLES. - English Church Fittings, Furniture and Accessories.
20552: COX, PETER C. - Demography.
32899: COX, JANE. - The Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury and the Death Duty Registers.
29056: COX, THOMAS. - Magna Britannia. Lincolnshire.
29060: COX, THOMAS. - Magna Britannia. Huntingdonshire.
29063: COX, THOMAS. - Magna Britannia. Warwickshire.
29053: COX, THOMAS. - Magna Britannia. Devonshire.
33616: [COX, THOMAS, REV. - A History of Durham, from Magna Britannia et Hibernia, Antiqua et Nova].
34288: COX, J. STEVENS; G. STEVENS COX (EDITORS). - The Thomas Hardy Year Book 1970-1996 (23 Vols). [Comprising Issues] No. 1 - 23.
8481: COX, J. CHARLES; ALFRED HARVEY. - English Church Furniture.
23221: COXE, ANTONY D. HIPPISLEY. - Haunted Britain: a guide to supernatural sites frequented by ghosts, witches, poltergeists, and other mysterious beings.
30235: CRABB, GEORGE. - English Synonymes Explained in alphabetical Order; with copius illustrations and examples drawn from the best writers. To which is now added an index to the words.
35335: CRABBE, REV GEORGE. - Tales of the Hall (2 Vols).
30534: CRAGG, ROWLAND. - Molly Pinch and other Craven Stories.
36246: CRAIG, AILSA. - The Design and Spacing of Lettering.
28481: CRAIG, STERLING. - Secrets of the Hills, and how Ronald read them.
34312: CRAIG, W. S. - John Thomson: pioneer and father of Scottish Paediatrics, 1856-1926.
30612: CRAIK, GEORGIANA M. - My First Journal; a book for the young.
28413: CRAIK, MRS. - John Halifax, Gentleman.
6121: CRAIK, MRS. - John Halifax, Gentleman. Illustrated by Hugh Riviere.
33815: CRAMER, REV J A. - The second book of the travels of Nicander Nucius, of Corcyra. Camden Old Series Volume XVII.
32376: CRAMP, ROSEMARY. - Anglican and Viking York. [Borthwick Papers No 33].
21889: CRASTER, H. H. E. - A History of Northumberland. Volume X. The Parish of Corbridge.
25052: CRASTER, JOHN, SIR. - North Country Squire: the reminiscences of a Northumbrian.
38806: CRASTER, H. H. E. (COMPILER). - Inventory of books & papers preserved in the Diocesan Registry, Durham, with notes of similar documents in other depositories.
38359: CRAUFURD, HARRY J., LIEUT. - Suggestions for the military training of a company of infantry.
40129: CRAVEN, JOSEPH - A Brontė Moorland Village and its People.
25328: CRAW, JAMES HEWAT. - Early Types of Burial in Berwickshire. Address delivered to the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club at Berwick, 6th October 1920.
22051: CRAWFORD, O. G. S. - Archaeology in the Field.
29959: CRAWFORD, F. MARION. - The Heart of Rome (2 Vols). A Tale of "Lost Water."
31522: CRAWFORD, BARBARA E (EDITED BY). - Essays in Shetland History.
38151: CRAWFORD, O. G. S. - Archaeology in the Field.
26702: CRAWFURD, GEORGE. - The History of the Shire of Renfrew. Containing a genealogical hitory of the Royal House of Stewart, with a genealogical account of the illustrious House of Hanover ... Also, a genealogical history of the nobility and gentry of the county of Renfrew ... an exact survey of the county; together with the present state of the public buildings, manufactures, different religions ... continued to the present period, by William Semple.
31118: CRAWHALL, JOSEPH (EDITED BY). - A Collection of Right Merrie Garlands for North Country Anglers.
37368: CRAWHILL, JOSEPH (COLLECTED BY). - A Beuk o' Newcastle Songs.
21982: CRAYFORD, CHARLES. - New and Original Conjuring Tricks for Private and Public Entertainments.
22996: CREIGHTON, MANDELL, D.D., LORD BISHOP OF LONDON. - The Story of Some English Shires. [Comprising: Northumberland, Durham, Yorkshire, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancashire, Cheshire, Shropshire, Stafford, Derby, Worcester, Gloucester, Hereford, Warwick, Leicester, Northampton and Huntingdon.]
29608: CREIGHTON, M. - Historic Towns. Carlisle.
33748: CREIGHTON, LOUISE. - Life and Letters of Thomas Hodgkin.
22744: CRESSWELL, BEATRIX F. - Rambles in Old Exeter.
30443: CRESSWELL, BEATRIX F & P H W ALMY. - The Homeland Guide to Dartmoor. Bovey Tracey...Okehampton...Ashburton and their surroundings.
25323: CRICKET. - How's That? Including 'A Century of Grace' by Harry Furniss ... Cricket Sketches by E. B. V. Christian.
31448: CRIPPS, ERNEST C. - Plough Court: the story of a notable pharmacy, 1715-1927.
31492: CRISP, FREDERICK ARTHUR (EDITED BY). - Visitation of England and Wales. Notes Volume 8.
31494: CRISP, FREDERICK ARTHUR (EDITED BY). - Visitation of England and Wales. Volume 14.
31495: CRISP, FREDERICK ARTHUR (EDITED BY). - Visitation of England and Wales. Volume 15.
34532: CRITCHETT, CHARLES (EDITOR). - Reports of Artisans selected by a committee appointed by the Council of the Society of Arts to visit the Paris Universal Exhibition, 1867.
34997: CROFTON, HENRY JOHN. - Songs and Verses.
22569: CROFUTT, GEO. A. - Crofutt's New Overland Tourist and Pacific Coast Guide ... (Vol. 2 - 1879-80).
29344: CROMBLEHOLME, ROGER (COMPILER). - Steam '75: a complete enthusiast's handbook to railway preservation activities and minor railways in the British Isles. Stockton & Darlington 150th Anniversary Souvenir. 'The Official A.R.P.S. Year Book & Steam Guide 1975.'
27196: CROMPTON, JOHN. - The Hunting Wasp.
30917: CROOK, L. - Lancaster Castle.
26624: CROOKES, WILLIAM; ERNST ROHRIG. - A Practical Treatise on Mettalurgy, ... Vol. II. Copper, Iron.
36023: CROPPER, MARGARET. - Shepherds and Wayfarers. A history for children of the diocese of Carlisle.
31852: CROPPER, MARGARET. - The End of the Road. With 'Little Mary Crosby' and other poems.
30577: CROPPER, MARGARET. - Anthony Broom.
29174: CROSBY, JUNE H. - Durham in old picture postcards.
39529: CROSBY, JUNE (COMPILER). - Durham in Old Photographs.
39513: CROSBY, JUNE H. - Ignatius Bonomi of Durham, Architect.
41614: CROSBY, JUNE. (COLLECTED BY) - Weardale in old photographs.
27318: CROSLAND, R W (EDITED BY). - Ryedale. A Report on the District by the Ryedale Branch of the Council for the Preservation of Rural England.
32609: CROSLAND, R W (EDITED BY). - Ryedale. A report on the district by the Ryedale Branch of the Council for the preservation of Rural England. Edited by Colonel C W E Duncombe.
1236: CROSSING, WILLIAM. - A Hundred Years on Dartmoor: historical notices of the forest and its purlieus during the nineteenth century.
22241: CROSSLEY, FRED H. - English Church Monuments, A.D. 1150-1550: an introduction to the study of tombs and effigies of the medieval period.
32853: CROSSLEY, WILLIAM. - On the manufacture of Haematite Iron.
23870: CROUCHER, TREVOR. - Boots and Books: the work and writings of Arthur Raistrick.
25656: CROUZET, F.; W. H. CHALONER; W. M. STERN (EDITORS). - Essays in European Economic History 1789-1914.
18645: CROW, CARL. - Master Kung: the story of Confucius.
24969: CROWDY, MICHAEL. - Leif Hoegh and Co, Oslo: the firm and the fleet, 1928-1968.
27846: CROWSON, N J (EDITED BY). - Fleet Street, Press Barons and Politics. The Journals of Collin Brooks, 1932-1940. [Camden Fifth Series Volume 11].
17185: CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE (ILLUSTRATOR) - Peter Schlemihl: from the German of Adelbert von Chamisso: translated by Sir John Bowring.
36152: CRUMP, W. B. - Huddersfield Highways Down the Ages.
39467: CRUMP, W. B. (EDITOR). - The Leeds Woolen Industry. 'Publications of the Thoresby Society. Volume XXXII for the year 1929.'
37095: CSATKAI, ANDRE. - Old Trade Signs in Hungary.
23516: CUDWORTH, WILLIAM. - Yorksher Speyks, and Bradfurth Dialect Sketches.
26308: CUDWORTH, WILLIAM. - Rambles Round Horton: historical, topographical, and descriptive.
35447: CUDWORTH, WM. - Rambles Round Horton: Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive.
19643: CULBERTSON, H. - Excision of the Larger Joints of the Extremities. Prize Essay.
23587: CULLEY, NORMAN. - Huddersfield: a sketch-book.
28534: CULLINGFORD, C. H. D. - Exploring Caves.
21101: CUMBERLAND, RICHARD. - The Note of Hand; or, Trip to Newmarket. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
29563: CUMING, G. J. (EDITOR). - The Durham Book: being the first draft of the revision of the Book of Common Prayer in 1661.
33166: CUMMINGS, D C. - A Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers and Iron and Steel Ship Builders Society from August 1834 to August 1904. With a brief sketch of the life and work of its leading officials, comparisons between boilermaking, shipbuilding, and bridgebuilding in early days of its history and of modern times; and interesting arbitration awards and agreements.
37945: CUMMINGS, D. C. - A Historical Survey of the Boiler Makers' and Iron and Steel Ship Builders' Society from August, 1834, to August, 1904. With a brief sketch of the life and work of its leading officials; comparisons between boilermaking, shipbuilding, and bridgebuilding in the early days of its history and of modern times; and interesting arbitration awards and agreements.
16612: CUNDALL, H. M. (INTRODUCTION). - Birket Foster R.W.S. Sixteen examples in colour of the artist's work.
31298: CUNDALL, H. M. (INTRODUCTION.) - Masters of Water-Colour Painting.
8490: CUNDALL, H. M. - Birket Foster R.W.S.
34193: CUNDILL, LIEUT-COL. - Explosion of Gunpowder on board the 'Auchmountain' on the River Clyde. No C. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of gunpowder which occurred on board the Sailing Barque 'Auchmountain', on the 3rd September 1892. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34273: CUNDILL, CAPTAIN J.P. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred on premises occupied by Mr William Raley, Albumen Manufacturer, Drysalter &c in Henry Street, Castleton, near Manchester, on the 19th April 1882. No XL. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
34274: CUNDILL, CAPTAIN J.P. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred in the factory of Nobel's Explosives Company Ltd, at Ardeer near Stevenston, in the County of Ayr, on the 8th June 1882. No XLI. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
22078: CUNLIFFE, BARRY. - Excavations at Fishbourne, 1961 - 1969 (2 Volumes). [Comprising] Volume 1: the site; volume 2: the finds.
37477: CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES. - What I Saw in Hungary.
39776: CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM, R. B. - Notes on the district of Menteith. For tourists and others.
38612: CUPPLES, GEORGE, MRS. - The Children's Voyage, or, A Trip in the Water Fairy. Illustrated with chromographs from the original in water-colours, By Edward Duncan ...
29700: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - An Historical Relation of the Conspiracy of John Lewis, Count de Fieschi, against the City and Republick of Genoua, in the year 1547 (2 Vols). Done into English by ... Hugh Hare ...
29702: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - Thespis on Tryal, or The Moralitie of Playes Considered. Translated out of the Latin of John Geier, by A. C. Gent. 1685.
29703: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - The Chieftains of Vendee: cathelineau, La Roche-Jacquelein, Charette, Stofflet, and Sombreuil. translated from the French of the Baron de Barante. Edited by Edmund Goldsmid ...
29704: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - Govenor Johnston's Speech on American Affairs, on the address in answer to the King's speech. 1776.
29705: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - The Hearse of the Renowned ... Robert Earle of Essex ... as it was represented in a sermon preached ... at Westminster, at ... his funerall. Octob. 22. 1646.
36174: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - The Ballad Book. Edited by George Ritchie Kinloch and revised by Edmund Goldsmid ...
36175: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - The Apologie of George Brisset. Edited by Edmund Goldsmid ...
36178: BIBLIOTHECA CURIOSA. - The Life and Times of Cristopher Columbus (2 Vols.) Translated from the French of A. de Lamartine.
21484: CURREY, R. N.; R. V. GIBSON (EDITORS). - Poems From India by Members of the Forces.
23052: CURSITER, STANLEY. - Scottish Art, to the close of the nineteenth century.
21280: CURTIS, CHARLES H. - Orchids: their description and cultivation.
26276: CURTIS, WILLIAM. - Curtis's Flower Garden Displayed. 120 plates from the years 1787-1807 with new descriptions by Tyler Whittle and Christopher Cook.
27501: CURTIS, CHARLES H. - Orchids, their description and cultivation.
38659: CURTIS, JOHN, REV. - A Topographical History of the County of Leicester, the ancient part compiled from parliamentary and other documents, and the modern from actual survey: Being the first of a series of the counties of England and Wales, on the same plan.
40006: CURTIS, W. P. S., COLONEL. - A Rifle Brigade Register 1905-1963. Part 1. A roll of Regular Officers who have served in the Regiment from 1905-1963.
36929: CUSACK, DYMPHNA. - Illyria Reborn.
8744: CUSHING, HARVEY. - The Life of Sir William Osler.
41685: CUSSANS, JOHN EDWARD. - History of Hertfordshire. Containing an account of the descents of the various manors: Pedigrees of families connected with the county; antiquities, local customs, &c., &c. Hundred of Edwinstree.
41682: CUSSANS, JOHN EDWARD. - History of Hertfordshire. Containing an account of the descents of the various manors: Pedigrees of families connected with the county; antiquities, local customs, &c., &c. Hundred of Odsey.
25810: CUTHILL, JAMES. - Culture of the Strawberry, as practised by the Author; shewing how to obtain early and large crops, off a small piece of ground
41223: CUTLER, THOMAS. - The surgeon's practical guide in dressing, and in the methodic application of bandages. Illustrated with numerous engravings.
33857: CUTTINO, G P (EDITED BY). - The Gascon Calendar of 1322. Camden Third Series LXX.
23909: DALE, DAVID (ARBITRATOR). - National Society of Amalgamated Brassworkers. Minimum Rate. Arbitration, July, August, September, and October, 1900.
41466: DALE, BRYAN. - Yorkshire puritanism and early nonconformity. Illustrated by the lives of the ejected ministers, 1660 and 1662. Edited by T. G. Crippen.
41606: DALLAS, JAMES; HENRY G. PORTER. - The note-book of Tristram Risdon. 1608-1628.
29068: DALYELL, JOHN GRAHAM. - A Tract chiefly relating to Monastic Antiquities. With some account of a recent search for the remains of the Scottish Kings interred in the Abbey of Dunfermline.
25084: DAMPIER, WILLIAM JAMES. - A Memoir of John Carter.
30011: DAMPIER, WILLIAM JAMES. - A Memoir of John Carter.
39913: DAMPIER, THOMAS. - A sermon preached before the Honourable and Right Reverend Shute, Lord Bishop of Durham, the Right Honourable Sir Archibald Macdonald, Lord Chief Baron, and the Honourable Sir Alexander Thompson, one of the Barons of His Majesty's Exchequer, at the Assizes, holden at Durham, the twenty-third of July, M DCC XCIII.
26932: DANA, CHARLES A. (TRANSLATOR). - Nut-Cracker and Sugar-Dolly, and other stories and legends for children. Illustrated by woodcuts after designs by Lewis Richter.
9338: DANDLIKER, DR. KARL. - A Short History of Switzerland.
16795: DANIEL, JOHN. - The Life and Astonishing Adventures of John Daniel.
29495: DANIEL, CLARENCE. - Pinnacles of Peak History.
42013: DANIEL MARSHALL, LTD., LONDON. - "Jack Frost" Leap Year Programme, being the 1896 Spring Issue of Marshall's Cash Price List.
30446: DANIELL, JOHN J. - The History of Warminster.
23224: DANIKEN, ERICH VON. - Miracles of the Gods: a hard look at the supernatural.
31452: DANN, GEORG EDMUND. - Einfuhrung in die Parmaziegeschichte.
32024: DANSON, J.T. - Statistical Observations on the Growth of the Human Body (Males) in Height and Weight from Eighteen to Thirty years of age. Read before The Statistical Society, January 18th, 1881.
36545: DARANYI, IGNATIUS, DR. - The State and Agriculture in Hungary. Report of the Minister of Agriculture ...
23756: DARBY, H. C.; G. R. VERSEY. - Domesday Gazetteer.
42975: DARBY, JOHN, BOOKSELLER. - Books sold by John Darby in Bartholomew-Close, London.
33719: DARE, M PAUL. - Charnwood Forest and its Environs.
29848: DARE, PAUL M. - Northamptonshire by the Camera, Pen and Pencil.
40539: DARE, PAUL M. - Northamptonshire, by the camera, pen and pencil.
27188: DARLING, F. FRASER. - A Naturalist on Rona: essays of a biologist in isolation.
28586: DARLING, F. FRASER. - Bird Flocks and the Breeding Cycle: a contribution to the study of avian sociality.
36069: DARLING, F FRASER. - A Naturalist on Rona. Essays of a Biologist in Isolation.
35968: DARLINGTON, IDA (EDITED BY). - London Consistory Court Wills 1492-1547. [London Record Society Publications Vol III].
9256: DARTON, F.J. HARVEY (EDITOR). - The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen.
22766: DARTON, F. J. HARVEY. - The Marches of Wessex.
19977: DAUDET, ALPHONSE. - Tartarin in den Alpen ...
22464: DAUDET, ALPHONSE. - Tartarin sur les Alpes: nouveaux exploits du heros tarasconnais.
30114: DAUDET, ALPHONSE. - Les Femmes d'Artiste. "Collection Lemerre Illustree."
21795: DAVENPORT, CYRIL. - Royal English Bookbindings.
22749: DAVENPORT, PERCY. - Old Stanmore, records chiefly manorial.
25256: DAVENPORT, CYRIL. - Cameo Book-Stamps Figured and Described.
39609: DAVENPORT, CYRIL. - English heraldic book-stamps, figured and described.
32897: DAVEY, C R (EDITED BY). - Education in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

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