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33998: DAVEY, C R (EDITED BY). - The Hampshire Lay Subsidy Rolls 1586. With the city of Winchester Assessment of a fifteenth and tenth, 1585. Hampshire Record Series Volume IV.
35970: DAVEY, HERBERT. - Poor Law Settlement and Removal.
24511: DAVIDSON, ARTHUR. - A Bird Watcher in Scandinavia: some observations of the rarer British visitors in their native haunts.
22080: DAVIDSON, D. - A Connected History of Early Egypt, Babylonia, and Central Asia: an original co-ordination of the evidences of modern methods of graphical analysis and narrative sequence.
36793: DAVIES, NORMAN. - Poland, Past and Present. A select bibliography of works in English.
19725: DAVIES, JOHN PATON JNR. - Dragon by the Tail: American, British, Japanese, and Russian encounters with China and one other.
20231: DAVIES, DAVID. - The Last of the Tasmanians.
20799: DAVIES, REES JOHN. - The First Fifty Years: a history of Ystalyfera County School.
21542: DAVIES, MARTIN; JOHN GOLDFINCH (EDITORS). - Vergil: a census of printed editions, 1469-1500.
22270: DAVIES, W. J. K. - The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway.
22874: DAVIES, G. M. - Geology of London and South-East England.
23269: DAVIES, ROBERT. - Extracts from the Municipal Records of the City of York, during the reigns of Edward IV. Edward V. and Richard III., with notes illustrative and explanatory; and an appendix, containing some account of the celebration of the Corpus Christi Festival at York in the fourteenth, fifteenth, and sixteenth centuries.
23276: DAVIES, ROBERT. - Walks Through the City of York. Edited by his widow.
24102: DAVIES, E. T. - An Ecclesiastical History of Monmouthshire. Part I. Down to the beginnings of the Reformation.
24816: DAVIES, J. C. - Bowden to Harborough: the story of the town of Market Harborough and its two villages, Great Bowden and Little Bowden.
27121: DAVIES, L. TWISTON. - Men of Monmouthshire.
34341: DAVIES, C COLLIN (EDITED BY). - The private correspondence of Lord Macartney, governor of Madras, 1781-1785. Camden Third Series Volume LXXVII.
33065: DAVIES, DEWI. - Welsh Place Names and their Meanings.
28495: DAVIES, HUNTER. - Wainwright, the biography.
31398: DAVIES, R. & GRANT, M.D. - London and its Railways.
30528: DAVIES, R K. - Companion to the Fylde.
30614: DAVIES, ALFRED T., SIR. - The Lloyd George I Knew: some side-lights on a great career. Supplemented by The Story of the Welsh Department.
29881: DAVIES, F GWENDOLEN. - The Old High Church of St Mary Morpeth. Foreword by the Bishop of Newcastle.
29173: DAVIES, RANDALL. - The Railway Centenary: a retrospect.
38180: DAVIES, A. (EDITOR). - Polish Studies.
36971: DAVIES, NORMAN. - Sobieski's Legacy: Polish History 1683-1983. A Lecture.
39905: DAVIES, WILLIAM. - For the Heroes of Shotton. Memorial erected 1920, unveiled Sept. 3rd, 1921, by the parishioners and federated workmen of Shotton, to the memory of the 152 men who fell in The Great War, 1914-1919.
41722: DAVIES, ROBERT. - Walks through the City of York. Edited by his widow.
19127: DAVIS, JOHN, CAPTAIN (COMPILER). - Historical Records of the Second Royal Surrey, or Eleventh Regiment of Militia, with introductory chapters.
19181: DAVIS, WM. V. W., REV. - Memorial Services on the Death of President Garfield. Franklin-St. Church, Manchester, N. H., Sept. 25 and 26, 1881.
19438: DAVIS, N. - Ruined Cities within Numidian and Carthaginian Territories.
19781: DAVIS, HASSOLDT. - Nepal, Land of Mystery: adventures in Burma, China, India and the kingdom of Nepal.
22720: DAVIS, WILLIAM C.; BRIAN C. POHANKA; DON TROIANI (EDITORS). - Civil War Journal: The Leaders.
30468: DAVIS, JOHN (COMPILED BY). - Historical Records of the Second Royal Surrey, or Eleventh Regiment of Militia, with Introductory Chapters.
17421: DAVIS, LOYAL - Surgeon Extraordinary: the life of J. B. Murphy. With a foreword by A. J. Cronin.
34138: DAVIS, F N. - Rotuli Ricardi Gravesend Episcopi Lincolniensis AD MCCLXXIX. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 20].
27826: DAVISON, A W. - Derby: Its Rise and Progress.
29088: DAVY, COLIN. - Shrimp Harris.
29308: DAWES, FRANK. - Afoot in Hertfordshire. For the walking enthusiast in search of history and natural beauty in Hertfordshire.
28830: DAWKINS, W BOYD. - The Distribution of the British Postglacial Mammals. [From the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society for May 1869].
1337: DAWSON, THOMAS. - Memoirs of St. George ... and of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.
23325: DAWSON, W. NEWTON. - History on Your Doorstep. Facts and thoughts around and about Toothill, Rastrick, Brighouse, Almondbury, Huddersfield and Halifax.
33656: DAWSON, C B. - The Mirror of Oxford.
28922: DAWSON, J W. - Notes on the Post-Pliocene Geology of Canada. With especial reference to the conditions of accumulation of the deposits and the marine life of the period. [From the Canadian Naturalist, New Series Vol VI].
30042: DAWSON, WARRINGTON (COMPILER). - The Speeches of the Hon. Hugh C. Wallace, American Ambassador to France, 1919-1921. With a foreword ...
32928: DAWSON, W HARBUTT. - History of Skipton.
41525: DAWSON, W. HARBUTT. - History of Skipton.
40451: DAWSON, A. J.( DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION). - Educational problems in the County of Durham, with a suggested scheme for solving them. (Education Act, 1918.)
16289: DAY, DAVID T. - Mineral Resources of the United States. Calendar Year 1905.
16965: DAY, SAMUEL PHILLIPS - Monastic Institutions; their origin, progress, nature and tendency.
18370: DAY, E. HERMITAGE; G. M. ELLWOOD. - Some London Churches.
30269: DAY, JAS. - A Practical Treatise on the Construction and Formation of Railways. Containing the most approved systems of excavating, haulage, embanking, permanent waylaying, &c. &c. Also the method of estimating the gross load and useful effect produced by mechanical or other motive power upon a level, and upon any inclination; illustrated with diagrams and original useful tables. To which is added, comprehensive earthwork tables.
37391: DAY, W A. - The Russian Government in Poland. With a narrative of the Polish Insurrection of 1863.
41098: DAY, LEONARD G (EDITOR). - Registers of the parish of Northfield in the county of Worcester (2 Vols).
33312: DAYNES, GILBERT W. - The Birth and Growth of the Grand Lodge of England, 1717-1926.
39979: DAYNES, GILBERT W. - The Birth and Growth of the Grand Lodge of England 1717 - 1926.
25000: DAYSH, G. H. J. (INTRODUCTION.). - Scientific Survey of North-Eastern England. Prepared for the meeting held in Newcastle upon Tyne 31st August to 7th September 1949.
27383: DEACON, LOIS. - A Plymouth Pen. With a foreword by the Right Honourable Isaac Foot.
31842: DEALLER, STEPHEN. - Wild Flowers in the Garden. Drawings by Annie Baikie.
22634: DEAN, A. C. (COMPILER). - Some Episodes in the Manchester Association of Engineers. A series of extracts from the early minute books of the association.
33051: THE DEAN. - The Story of Carlisle Cathedral. Views by E W Tassell & Son. Sketches by Mrs A E MacLeod.
20219: DEANE, BASIL. - Albert Roussel.
25742: DEANE, EDMUND. - Spadacrene Angelica, or, The English Spa Fountain. The first work on the waters of Harrogate ... with introduction by James Rutherford ... and biographical notes by Alex. Butler.
31090: DEANESLY, MARGARET. - The Pre Conquest Church in England. An Ecclesiastical History of England.
9248: DEARMER, PERCY. - Highways and Byways in Normandy.
36073: DEBENHAM, FRANK. - The Way to Ilala. David Livingstone's Pilgrimage.
16281: DEBUS, ALLEN G. - Science and Education in the Seventeenth Century: the Webster-Ward debate.
23650: DECKER, THOMAS. - The Gull's Hornbook. Edited by Charles Hindley.
35980: DEEDES, CECEIL. J E STOCKS & J L STOCKS (COMPILED BY). - A Catalogue of the Old Town Hall Library of Leicester.
17406: DEELMAN, H. T. (EDITOR) - Surgery: a hundred years ago. Extracts from the diary of Dr. C. B. Tilanus ...
22538: DEKKER, THOMAS. - The Seven Deadly Sinnes of London.
16254: DELACOUR, JEAN. - The Pheasants of the World.
21627: DELACY, MARGARET. - Prison Reform in Lancashire, 1700-1850: a study in local administration.
24523: DELAMAIN, JACQUES. - Why Birds Sing ...
30532: DELANY, M J (EDITED BY). - Yorkshire Mammals.
33943: DELDERFIELD, ERIC R. - The Lynmouth Flood Disaster.
29451: DELDERFIELD, E R (COMPILED BY). - Cotswold Sketches. A pictorial summary of a charming English countryside.
28854: DELDERFIELD, E R (COMPILED BY). - Brief Guide to Somerset, Mendip and Avalon. [No 17 of the Grey Series Guides].
35191: DELL, RICHARD F (EDITED BY). - Rye Shipping Records 1566-1590. [Sussex Record Society Volume LXIV].
19462: DELLENBAUGH, FREDERICK S. - Breaking the Wilderness: the story of the conquest of the Far West, from the wanderings of Cabeza de Vaca, to the first descent of the Colorado by Powell, and the completion of the Union Pacific Railway, with particular account of the exploits of trappers and traders.
18700: DELONDRE, ADRIEN. - Doctrine Philosophique de Bossuet sur la Connaissance de Dieu.
21482: DEMETER, KARL. - The German Officer-Corps in Society and State, 1640-1945.
32369: DEMOCRITUS, PSEUD. [I.E. HENRY GLASFORD POTTER?] - A Medical, Moral, and Christian Dissection of Tee-Totalism.
33957: DENCH, SUSAN (EDITED BY). - Index to the Wills proved in the Consistory Court of Carlisle 1661-1750. [The Index Library].
26221: DENHAM, M. A. (COMPILER AND EDITOR). - Denham Tracts, or a few pictures of olden times in connection with the North of England.
26841: DENHOLM-YOUNG, N. - The Country Gentry in the Fourteenth Century, with special reference to the heraldic rolls of arms.
32573: DENNEY, A H (EDITED BY). - The Sibton Abbey Estates. Select Documents 1325-1509.
33954: DENNY, REV H L L. - Manor of the Rectory, Bishop's Stortford, and its owners. [Reprinted from Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica].
40700: DENNYS, JOYCE (ILLUSTRATOR); HAMPDEN GORDON & M. G. TINDALL (TEXT). - Our Hospital A[nzac] B[ritish] C[anadian].
20218: DENT, EDWARD J. - Foundations of English Opera: a study of musical drama in England during the seventeenth century.
32857: DENTON, J. BAILEY. - Water Supply in connection with Land Drainage; a paper ... read before the Midland Farmers' Club ... in Birmingham, on the seventh of June, 1866.
39945: DYFED CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT. - Carmarthen and The Lower Tywi Valley. In Old Photographs.
34811: DERBY. - Derby Crown Porcelain Company Limited Catalogue.
34898: DERBY, J.C. - Fifty Years among Authors, Books and Publishers.
30496: DESBOROUGH, CAPTAIN A P H. - Explosion of Corning House at Factory No 40, Lancashire. Accident No 193, 1900. No CXLII. Report...on the circumstances attending the explosion which destroyed the Corning Houses of Messrs F C Dickson & Company Gunpowder factory at Blackbeck, Haverthwaite, Lancashire, on the 27th August, 1900. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
22905: DESEBROCK, JEAN. - The Book of Bond Street Old and New.
36780: DEVEREUX, ROY. - Poland Reborn.
33781: DEVLIN, SISTER MARY AQUINAS (EDITED BY). - The sermons of Thomas Brinton, bishop of Rochester, 1373-1389. Vol II. Camden Third Series Volume LXXXVI.
15888: DEWAR, DOUGLAS. - Game Birds.
31875: DEWAR, GEORGE A B. - Life and Sport in Hampshire.
39117: DEWDNEY, JOHN C. (EDITOR). - Durham County and City with Teeside.
30847: DEWE, MICHAEL & SANSOM, ANN. - A Guide to Brent Street Names. Form Bacon lane to Yuletide Road.
36154: DEWHIRST, IAN. - A History of Keighley.
31646: DEWS, NATHAN (COMPILED BY). - The History of Deptford in the Counties of Kent and Surrey.
29502: DEXTER, T F G. - Fire Worship in Britain. [New Knowledge Series No 4).
41414: YORKSHIRE DIALECT - Specimens of the Yorkshire dialect, by the way of dialogue. Containing a dialogue between Gulwell, a London register office keeper and Margery Moorport, a country girl, Awd Daisy, an eclogue, a cock and bull story, the hireing, the bellman of Ripon, the Yorkshire tyke, &c. To which is added a copious glossary, and the life of William Nevison.
25790: SOUHAMI. DIANA. - Selkirk's Island.
5337: DIBDIN, T. - The Last Lays of the Last of the Three Dibdins: containing fifty new songs, poems, &c. And one hundred and fifty selections from his published and unpublished productions.
16230: DIBDIN, REV. T. F. - The Library Companion; or, a young man's guide, and old man's comfort, in the choice of a library.
16765: DIBDIN, T. (COLLECTED AND ARRANGED). - Songs of the Late Charles Dibdin; with a memoir.
17579: DIBDIN, THOMAS FROGNALL (INTRO AND NOTES). - Of the Imitation of Christ, translated from the latin original ascribed to Thomas A'Kempis.
18511: DIBDIN, T. - The Last Lays of the Last of the Three Dibdins: containing fifty new songs, poems, &c. And one hundred and fifty selections from his published and unpublished productions.
25301: DIBDIN, JAMES C. - Scottish Border Life: a series of original sketches.
27964: DICK, STEWART. - The Pageant of the Forth.
18450: DICKENS, CHARLES. - Oliver and the Jew Fagin from the Oliver Twist of Charles Dickens.
18663: DICKENS, A. G. - Lollards and Protestants in the Diocese of York 1509-1558.
30549: DICKENS, R F & W R MITCHELL. - Birdwatching in Yorkshire.
24602: DICKENS, CHARLES. - American notes for general circulation. With a frontispiece by C. Stanfield.
26026: NONESUCH DICKENSIANA. - Retrospectus and Prospectus. The Nonesuch Dickens.
34841: DICKENSON, JOSEPH. - Home Farm Colliery Accident. Proceedings at an Inquiry before Joseph Dickinson Esquire Inspector of Mines, conducted in the Court Room, Burgh Buildings, Wishaw, on Thursday and Friday 28th and 29th 1877. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34842: DICKENSON, JOSEPH. - Report on the Home Farm Colliery Inundation. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
39298: DICKINSON, FRANKIE. - The Castle on Devil's Water: the legends and history of Dilston Castle, Northumberland and the tragedy of James Radcliffe, Third Earl of Derwentwater.
17934: DICKINSON, H. W. - Sir Samuel Morland: diplomat and inventor 1625-1695.
32930: DICKINSON, JOE (COMPILED BY). - York on Old Postcards. The city and its people in the twentieth century.
34161: DICKINSON, JOSEPH. - Mines. Report of Joseph Dickinson, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Manchester District (No 6), to her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the year 1888. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34204: DICKINSON, JOSEPH. - Mines. Report of Joseph Dickinson Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Manchester and Ireland District (No 6) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulations Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the Year 1889. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34227: DICKINSON, JOSEPH, THOMAS E WALES & THOMAS CADMAN. - Joint the Right Hon Sir WM Vernon Harcourt on the Coalbed or Coalfield in which the workings at Risca Colliery are situated. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
33872: DICKINSON, ROBERT (EDITED BY). - Marriage Bonds for the Deaneries of Lonsdale Kendal Furness Copeland & Amounderness in the Archdeaconry of Richmond, now preserved at Preston. Part IV 1746-1755. [The Record Society of Lancashire & Cheshire Volume CXV].
42265: DICKSON, ROBERT. - Introduction of the art of printing into Scotland.
24426: DICKSON, TONY (EDITOR). - Capital and Class in Scotland.
42678: DICKSON, W. E. - Practical organ-building.
20478: DILLARD, DUDLEY. - The Economics of John Maynard Keynes: the theory of a monetary economy.
42383: DINGLEY, PAULINE (COMPILER). - Historic books on veterinary science and animal husbandry: the Comben Collection in the Science Museum Library.
41610: DINGWALL, PATRICIA. - Weardale.
23807: DINSDALE, JOHN. - Sketches of Whitby, drawn from nature...
28501: DINSDALE, N. V. - The Old Clockmakers of Yorkshire.
19900: DIOSY, ARTHUR. - The New Far East.
30927: [JONES, GERAINT] MUSICAL DIRECTOR. - The Lake District Festival 1972 Souvenir Programme. 1st to 13th May 1972.
30925: [JONES, GERAINT] MUSICAL DIRECTOR. - The Lake District Festival 1968. Concerts, Recitals and Films 6 May to 24 May 1968.
40767: NATIONAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY. - Durham, Northumberland, Yorkshire.
8861: DISRAELI, B. - Lothair.
25045: 'OUR OWN DISTRICT' SERIES. - Durham and Northumberland.
38431: DITCHER, JOSEPH, REV. - A statement of the proceedings in the case of Ditcher v. Denison; illustrating the present condition of the Church of England; and the dangers which threaten the maintenance of sound doctrine in that church from the operation of the church discipline act.
29527: DITCHFIELD, P. H. (EDITOR). - Bygone Berkshire.
31199: DITCHFIELD, REV P H. - The Quarterly Journal of the Berks Archaeological and Architectural Society (2 Vols).
37117: DIVALD, KORNEL. - Old Hungarian Art.
21977: FOREIGN AREA STUDIES DIVISION. - U.S. Army Handbook for Korea.
27579: DIX, GREGORY, THE REV. - The Treatise on the Apostolic Tradition of St Hippolytus of Rome, Bishop and Martyr. Volume I. Historical introduction, textual materials and translation, with Apparatus Criticus and some critical notes.
37618: DIXON, ROBERT A. - Clothing Factories. [A paper read before the Institute of Yorkshire, 19th February 1906].
37617: DIXON, G K. - Motor Car Works. [A paper read before the Insurance Institute of Birmingham, 9th March 1906].
40323: DIXON, ERNEST - Tees Lodge No. 509 Centenary 1845-1945.
20236: DIXON, DAVID DIPPIE. - Whittingham Vale, Northumberland: its history, traditions, and folk lore.
24607: DIXON, WILLIAM HEPWORTH. - White Conquest (2 Vols).
26259: DIXON, S. F. - History of the Saxon Royal Town of Corbridge-on-Tyne.
28577: DIXON, CHARLES. - The Migration of Birds: an attempt to reduce avian season-flight to law.
29276: DIXON-SCOTT, J. - The Beauty of Hampshire. Camera Pictures of the County.
23392: DIXON, STANLEY. - The Relation of Food to Disease.
36086: DIXON, S. F. - History of the Saxon Royal Town of Corbridge-on-Tyne.
23719: DIXON-SCOTT, J. - Yorkshire: a book of new photographs.
8090: DIXON, CHARLES. - The Game Birds and Wild Fowl of the British Islands: being a handbook for the naturalist and sportsman.
40144: DIXON, ROGER - The Geological Society of Norfolk. 50th Anniversary Jubilee Volume.
34755: DIXON-SCOTT, J. - The Beauty of Somerset. Camera Pictures of the County.
37448: DJORDJEVIC, DIMITRIJE. - Revolutions Nationales Des Peuples Balkaniques 1804-1914. [Institut D'Histoire Beograd].
38631: DOBBIN, E. - Bellingham Northumberland The Official Guide. With map and 6 illustrations.
27549: DOBELL, BERTRAM (EDITOR). - A Prospect of Society. By Oliver Goldsmith. Being the earliest form of his poem The Traveller. Now reprinted from the unique original with a reprint of the first edition ...
41088: DOBROWOLSKI, TADEUSZ. - Polish painting from the Enlightenment to recent times.
30569: DOBSON, BOB & ERIC TOPPING (EDITED BY). - Living Lancashire. An anthology of Lancashire dialect, verse and stories.
31633: DOBSON, WILLIAM. - Rambles by the Ribble. [First Series].
28098: DOBSON, BRIAN & DAVID J BREEZE. - The Army of Hadrian's Wall. [Northern History Booklet No 28].
37271: DOBSON, AUSTIN; HUGH THOMSON (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Story of Rosina, and other verses.
37272: DOBSON, AUSTIN; HUGH THOMSON (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Ballad of Beau Brocade, and other poems of the XVIII century.
41865: DOBSON, B. A. - The principles of carding cotton, the manufacture of card wire, and the grinding of cards. A paper read before the New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association ... 1888 ...
40882: DOBSON, WILLIAM. - A history and description of the ancient houses in the market place, Preston; with notices of their successive owners, &c., from their erection to their demolition.
40885: DOBSON, WILLIAM. - A history and description of the ancient houses in the market place, Preston; with notices of their successive owners, &c., from their erection to their demolition.
40884: DOBSON, WILLIAM. - A history and description of the ancient houses in the market place, Preston; with notices of their successive owners, &c., from their erection to their demolition.
6006: DODD, JAMES J. - The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor, with occasional references to Kirk Merrington, Middlestone, Westerton, Byers Green, Page Bank, Croxdale and Ferryhill.
17775: DODD, WILLIAM - Thoughts in Prison; in five parts, viz. the imprisonment, the retrospect, public punishment, the trial, futurity. To which are added, his last prayer, written in the night before his death; the convict's address to his unhappy brethren; and other miscellaneous pieces: with some account of the author.
24063: DODD, A. H. (EDITOR). - A History of Wrexham, Denbighshire.
24104: DODD, A. H. - A History of Caernarvonshire, 1284-1900.
40333: DODD, A.H. - The Industrial Revolution in North Wales.
40111: DODD, CHARLES R. - The Parliamentary Companion, for 1848. Sixteenth year.
40112: DODD, CHARLES R. - The Parliamentary Companion, for 1853. Twenty-first year.
40121: DODD, JAMES J. - The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor, with occasional references to Kirk Merrington, Middlestone, Westerton, Byers Green, Page Bank, Croxdale and Ferryhill.
26779: DODDRIDGE CHAPEL, NORTHAMPTON. - A History of Northampton Castle Hill Church, now Doddridge, and its pastorate, 1674-1895, from original documents and contemporary records; with reports of the bicentenary services ... Appendices of special papers ... by ... T. Gasquoine ... Illustrated, etc.
42231: DODDS, JOSEPH, ET AL. - Probate, Administration, and Legacy Duties. Speeches by Mr. Joseph Dodds, M.P., Mr. Gregory, M.P., the Right Hon. W. E. Baxter, the Right Hon. Sir Stafford Northcote, etc. House of Commons, Tuesday, May 20, 1879 ...
17730: DODGE, ARTHUR P. - A Sketch of the Life of the Hon. Phinehas Adams, of Manchester, New Hampshire.
31812: DODSLEY, ROBERT. - The Economy of Human Life.
32485: DODSON, JOHN. - A report on the judgement, delivered in the Constitutional Court of London, on the sixteenth day of July, 1811, by the right honourable Sir William Scott, Chancellor of the Diocese, in the cause of Dalrymple the wife, against Dalrymple the husband. With an appendix containing the depositions of the witnesses, the letters of the parties, and other papers exhibited in the cause.
22307: DOHERTY, RICHARD. - A Noble Crusade: the history of the Eighth Army, 1941 to 1945.
18027: DOKE, CLEMENT M. - The Lambas of Northern Rhodesia: a study of their customs and beliefs.
34437: SIR RICHARD DOLL. - Prospects for Prevention. The Harveian Oration of 1982.
27406: DONALDSON, JOHN WILLIAM. - The Theatre of the Greeks. A treatise on the history and exhibition of the Greek drama, with various supplements.
31782: DONALDSON, JOHN WILLIAM. - The Theatre of the Greeks. A series of papers relating to the history and criticism of the Greek drama.
43595: DONCASTER. - Photographic view album of Doncaster. 'The "Dainty" Series'
17273: DOOLIN, WILLIAM - Wayfarers in Medicine.
34566: DOOLIN, WILLIAM. - Wayfarers in Medicine.
30457: DORAN, DR. - In and About Drury Lane and Other Papers (2 Volumes). [Reprinted from the pages of the Temple Bar Magazine].
16276: [MASSON, ALEXANDER FREDERICK JAMES]; CLAUDE JOSEPH DORAT. - Delia Bathing ( Zelis au Bain) by the Marquis de Pezay; Celia's Doves (Les Tourterelles de Zelmis) by C. J. Dorat.
16899: DORESSE, JEAN. - The Secret Books of the Egyptian Gnostics. An introduction to the Gnostic Coptic manuscripts discovered at Chenoboskion.
24345: DORLING, H. TAPRELL, CAPTAIN. - Ribbons and Medals: naval, military, air force and civil.
27356: DORLING, CAPTAIN H TAPRELL. - British & Foreign Ribbons. Naval, Military, Air Force and Civil.
5427: DORLING, H. TAPRELL, CAPT. - Ribbons and Medals: naval, military, air force and civil.
28262: DORMER, ERNEST.W. - Erleigh Court and its Owners
41084: DORMER, ERNEST W. - The parish and church of Saint Peter, Earley.
3519: DORSON, RICHARD M. - Buying the Wind regional folklore in the United States.
33071: DORWARD, DAVID. - Scotland's Place Names.
40728: DOUBLEDAY, H. ARTHUR. (EDITOR) - A history of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Part 3, Zoology.
26515: DOUGAN, DAVID. - Newcastle - Past and Present.
24870: DOUGAN, DAVID; FRANK GRAHAM. - Northumberland and Durham: a social miscellany.
36157: DOUGHTY, CHARLES M. - Arabia Deserta. Newly edited and excerpted by H. L. MacRitchie.
37349: DOUGLAS-KAY, FREDA M. - Our Sedbergh.
19282: DOUGLAS, JOHN. - The Chronicles of The Caladonian Society of London 1905-1921.
20816: DOUGLAS, M. A.; C. R. ASH (EDITORS). - The Godolphin School 1726-1926.
20875: DOUGLAS, M. A.; C. R. ASH (EDITORS). - The Godolphin School 1726-1926.
20879: DOUGLAS-SMITH, A. E. - The City of London School.
25367: DOUGLAS, SYLVESTER. - A Treatise on the Provincial Dialect of Scotland. Edited by Charles Jones.
34593: DOUGLASS, DAVID. - The Miners of North Durham. 'Socialist Union Pamphlet No. 3.'
19300: M'DOWALL, WILLIAM. - Chronicles of Lincluden: as an abbey and a college.
25997: DOWNIE, R. ANGUS. - Frazer and the Golden Bough.
39824: DOWNING, H. P. BURKE. - Notes on architectural relics in Cornwall. With illustrations by the author.
25601: DOWSING, WILLIAM. - The Timber Merchant's and Builder's Companion, containing new and copious tables of the reduced weight and measurement of deals and battens, of all sizes, from one to a thousand pieces, ...
31443: DOWSON, WALTER. - The Wellcome Physiological Research Laboratories, founded 1894.
27414: DRAGE, CHARLES. - Family Story. The Drages of Hatfield.
37021: DRAGNICH, ALEX N. - The Development of Parliamentary Government in Serbia.
31311: DRAKE, SAMUEL ADAMS. - Our Colonial Homes.
37902: DRAUGHTS. - George O'Connor, Glasgow, V. Samuel Cohen, London. Match Games played in Glasgow, April 5th-15th 1926, for a stake of £200 (£100 aside). ...
35503: DRESSER, HORATIO W. - The Open Vision. A study of psychic phenomena.
38496: DREW, S. - Scriptural and philosophical arguments, to prove the divinity of Christ, and the necessity of his atonement.
36066: DREWITT, F DAWTREY. - The Romance of the Apothecaries Garden at Chelsea.
21656: DROGHEDA, KATHLEEN, COUNTESS OF. - Catalogue of Paintings and Prints of the Earliest and Latest Types of Aircraft under the auspices of the Army Council and the Air Board in aid of the Flying Services Hospitals and Viscount French's war charities.
20986: DROUET, MINOU. - First Poems. Translated by Margaret Crosland, with an introduction by Rene Julliard.
32595: DRUCKER, MISS LUCY (EDITED BY). - Administrations in the Archdeaconry of Northampton 1667-1710. Now preserved in the District Probate Registry in Birmingham. Extracted by the late Rev Henry Isham Longden. [The Index Library].
31075: DRUETT, WALTER W. - Pinner through the Ages.
36061: DRUMMOND, WILLIAM. - A Cypress Grove by William Drummond of Hawthornden. Introduction and notes by Samuel Clegg.
22606: DRUMMOND, J. C., PROFESSOR, ET AL. - Historic Tinned Foods.
27111: DRYDEN, ALICE (EDITOR). - Memorials of Old Northamptonshire.
31459: DRYDEN, HENRY E. L. - On Church Music and the fitting of Churches for Music. A paper read at the Public Spring Meeting of the Architectural Society of the Archdeaconry of Northampton. 1853, with additions read at other places. [Transactions. Vol. II.]
22378: DUBY, GEORGES. - Rural Economy and Country Life in the Medieval West. Translated by Cynthia Postan.
16889: DUCHAUSSOIS, REV. P. - Mid Snow and Ice: the apostles of the North-West.
42271: DUFF, E. GORDON. - The printers, stationers and bookbinders of London and Westminster in the fifteenth century. A series of four lectures delivered at Cambridge in the Lent term 1899. 'The Sandars Lectures 1898-1899.'
35096: DUFF, JOSEPH. - Notes and Investigations of the Coal Fields, carboniferous and magnesian limestones, millstone grits, etc., of South Durham, with geological map of the county.
35097: DUFF, JOSEPH. - Notes and Investigations of the Coal Fields, carboniferous and magnesian limestones, millstone grits, etc., of South Durham, with geological map of the county.
40614: DUFFERIN, LORD - Letters from High Latitudes. Being some account of a voyage, in 1856, in the schooner yacht "Foam," to Iceland, Jan Mayen, and Spitzenbergen.
29842: DUGDALE, JAMES. - [Derbyshire Section of] The New British Traveller; or, a modern panorama of England and Wales. Exhibiting at one comprehensive view, an ample, accurate and popular account, historical, topographical, and statistical, of this most important portion of the British Empire. Descriptive of its several counties, cities, towns, and other subdivisions; their situation, extent, climate, soil, and productions, natural and artificial: improvement and present state of the arts, sciences, manufactures, agriculture, commerce, population, and society. Forming a complete survey of South Britain; comprising authentic information on every subject of a local or general matter, and interspersed with biographical particulars of eminent and remarkable persons. (Volume II).
39305: DUGDALE, WILLIAM. - The antiquities of Warwickshire illustrated. Reprint of the part relating to Birmingham and Aston juxta Birmingham, with notes and additions by W. F. Carter.
29870: DUKE, JOHN A. - The Columban Church.
26951: DUMMELOW, JOHN. - 1899-1949.
29858: DUMONT, P J. - Narrative of Thirty-Four Years Slavery and Travels in Africa. Collected from the account delivered by himself, by J S Quesne.
16956: DUNBABIN, JEAN - A Hound of God: Pierre de la Palud and the fourteenth-century church.
9292: DUNBAR, WILLIS F. - Kalamazoo and how it grew...and grew.
21862: DUNCAN, W. (EDITOR). - The Stephenson Centenary, 1881.
26418: DUNCAN, W. (EDITOR). - The Stephenson Centenary, 1881.
28785: DUNCAN-JONES, CAROLINE M. - S Richard of Chichester.
33541: DUNCAN, JAMES, REV. - The Story of Easington Church.
35589: DUNCAN, J. B. - A List of the Bryophytes of Northumberland. [Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne (New Series) Vol. X,- Part I.]
9194: DUNCAN, J. S. R. - The Sudan. A record of achievement.
38561: DUNCAN, JAMES, REV. - [Seaham Souvenir:] Story of an Air Raid.
9282: DUNCAN, J.S.R. - The Sudan's Path to Independence.
40439: DUNCAN, REV. JAMES. - The Story of Easington Church. With a foreword by the Bishop of Durham.
27274: DUNCOMBE, KATHERINE. - Ryedale and its Historical Associations.
36661: DUNDAS, KENNETH R. - The Wawanga and other Tribes of the Elgon District, British East Africa. [Reprinted from the Royal Anthropological Institute Journal Vol XLIII].
36660: DUNDAS, CHARLES. - History of Kitui. [Reprinted from the Royal Anthropological Institute Journal Vol XLIII].
16719: DUNLOP, ALEXANDER. - A letter to the Earl of Aberdeen on the Correspondence recently published by his Lordship.
33147: DUNN, MATTHIAS. - An Historical, Geological and Descriptive View of the Coal Trade of the North of England: comprehending its rise, progress, present state, and future prospects. To which is appended a concise notice of the peculiarities of certain coal fields in Great Britain and Ireland; and also a general description of the coal mines of Belgium, drawn up from actual inspection.
8737: DUNNING, JAMES. - The Roman Road to Portslade.
20817: DUNNING, BEATRIX (EDITOR). - Graham Street Memories. Francis Holland Church of England School for Girls.
33933: DUNSTON. - Dunston On Tyne War Memorial Service of Unveiling and Dedication. Sunday 15th April 1923.
26212: DURHAM. - List of the Knights and Burgesses who have represented the County and City of Durham in Parliament.
41275: DURHAM. - Durham and District Year Book and Business Directory 1952-53.
40913: DURHAM. - Durham County rugby football union. Season 1910-1911. Official guide.
40613: DURHAM. - A Sketch of Durham for the use of Visitors and Others.
42847: DUTTON, FRANCIS. - South Australia and its mines, with an historical sketch of the colony, under its several administrations, to the period of Captain Grey's departure
40155: DWELLY, E. - Dwelly's Parish Records. Vol. 9. Bishop's transcripts at Wells, Vol.6. Bath 1768-1802, Durston, Chipstable, Raddington, Northover, Ilchester and Broadway 1598-1628.
32365: DWERRYHOUSE, A. R. - Glaciation of Teesdale, Weardale, and the Tyne Valley. [From the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society for August 1902, Vol. lviii.]
35981: O'DWYER, E J. - Thomas Frognall Dibdin. Bibliographer & Bibliomaniac Extraordinary 1776-1847.
8482: DYCE, ALEXANDER, REV. - Recollections of the Table-Talk of Samuel Rogers. To which is added Porsoniana.
17448: DYER, T. F. THISLETON - Church-Lore Gleanings.
38716: DYER, THOMAS H. - A History of the City of Rome: its structures and monuments. From its foundation to the end of the middle ages.
24117: DYMOND, JONATHAN. - Essays on the Principles of Morality, and on the private and political rights and obligations of mankind.
36844: DYMOND, T S (COMPILED BY). - Agricultural Industry and Education in Hungary, being an account of the visit of the Essex Farmers' Party to Hungary in May and June 1902.
32482: DYSON, VERNE. - Whitmanland. West Hills Memories of the Poet & his Ancestors.
36973: DZIECIOL, WITOLD. - The Origins of Poland.
9437: EARLE, JAMES. - The Chirurgical Works of Percivall Pott. To which are added a short account of the life of the author, a method of curing the hydrocele by injection, and occasional notes and observations. (3 Vols).
21138: EARLE, JOHN. - Micro-Cosmographie. Editio princeps, 1628. With additional characters from the fifth edition of 1629; and the sixth edition of 1633. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
28988: EARLE, JOHN. - Micro-Cosmographie. Editio princeps, 1628. With additional characters from the fifth edition of 1629; and the sixth edition of 1633. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
35011: EARLE, J., REV., RECTOR OF SWANSWICK. - A Sketch of the History of the English Language, being a lecture delivered to the Bath Deanery Schoolmasters' & Schoolmistresses' Association, at Bathford, June 30th, 1860.
26991: EARLE, JOHN. - Micro-Cosmographie ... Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
37220: EARLE, REV A. - Essays upon the History of Meaux Abbey and some principles of Mediaeval Land Tenure. A consideration of the Latin Chronicles of Meaux AD 1150-1400.
34999: EARNSHAW, C. - The Wreath: or miscellaneous poetical gleanings; including originals; from respectable sources.
35226: EARWAKER, J P (EDITED BY). - The Constables' Accounts of the Manor of Manchester from the year 1612 to the year 1647, and from the year 1743 to the year 1776. (3 Vols). [Printed under the superintendence of a committee appointed by the municipal council of the city of Manchester, from the original books of accounts in their possession].
28905: EARWALKER, J P (EDITED BY). - The Recent Discoveries of Roman Remains found in repairing the North Wall of the City of Chester. [A series of papers read before the Chester Archaeological and Historic Society, etc. And reprinted by permissino of the Council].
26379: EASTLAKE, CHARLES L. - Hints on Household Taste in Furniture, Upholstery, and other details.
26380: EASTLAKE, CHARLES L. - Hints on Household Taste in Furniture, Upholstery, and other details.
30785: EASTMAN, ROSEMARY. - The Kingfisher.
20244: EASTMEAD, W., REV. - Historia Rievallensis: containing the history of Kirkby Moorside, and an account of the most important places in its vicinity ... to which is prefixed a dissertation on the animal remains, and other curious phenomena, in the recently discovered cave at Kirkdale.
27213: EASTMENT, WINIFRED (S. O. GREEN). - Down at the Vicarage. Illustrated by John Clarke.
20658: EASTWOOD, T. - Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: the geology of the Maryport district. Explanation of sheet 22.
18610: ECCLESTON, JAMES. - An Introduction to English Antiquities; intended as a companion to the history of England.
21074: NORTHERN ECHO. - The Durham Thirteen: biographical sketches of the Members of Parliament returned for the City, Boroughs, and County of Durham, at the general election of 1874.
36160: NORTHERN ECHO. - The Northern Echo Railway Centenary Supplement 1825-1925.
5981: [C, J. W.], THE GERMAN CORRESPONDENT OF "THE CONTINENTAL ECHO". - The German Reformation of the Nineteenth Century; or, a sketch of the rise, progress, and present position of those who have recently separated themselves from the Church of Rome; with a short notice of the state of protestantism in Prussia, Austria, Bavaria and the Prussia Baltic Provinces.
26744: ECTON, JOHN. - Thesaurus Rerum Ecclesiasicarum: being an account of the valuations of all the ecclesiastical benefices in the several dioceses in England and Wales ... To which are added the names of the patrons ... and the dedications of the churches. Together with an account of procurations and synodals extracted from the records in the reign of Henry VIII ... proper directions and precedents relating to presentation, institution, induction, dispensations, etc.
39779: ECTON, JOHN. - Liber Valorum & Decimarum. Being an account of the valuations and yearly tenths of all such ecclesiastical benefices in England and Wales.
25290: EDDINGTON, ALEXANDER. - Castles and Historic Homes of the Border. Their traditions and romance.
41272: EDDINGTON, ALEXANDER. - Castles and historic homes of the border: their traditions and romance.
25546: EDE, GEORGE. - The Management of Steel.
30774: EDEES, E. S. - Flora of Staffordshire: flowering plants and ferns.
34961: EDEL, LEON; DAN H. LAURENCE. - A Bibliography of Henry James. 'The Soho Bibliographies VIII.'
34963: EDEL, LEON (EDITOR). - Selected Letters of Henry James.
34964: EDEL, LEON (EDITOR). - The Diary of Alice James.
40647: EDINBURGH. - Old Edinburgh Pedlars, Beggars and Criminals. With some other odd characters, their effigies in colour & their characters in type. The whole adorned with head pieces & tail pieces curiously cut in wood.
23163: EDINBURGH. - Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac and National Repository for 1928 ...
23986: EDINBURGH. - The Edinburgh Scene. Catalogue of prints and drawings in the Edinburgh Room, Central Public Library.
34888: MISS EDLESTON (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of Coniscliffe, in the County of Durham. Baptisms 1590-1812. Marriages 1590-1812. Burials 1591-1812. [Issued to the Subscribers by the Durham and Northumberland Parish Register Society Vol XVIII]
38484: EDLESTON, ROBERT HOLMES. - Letters from Rome in 1903, with appendix and an itinerary, and a few illustrations from photographs by the writer.
42417: EDMONDSON, JOSEPH. - Precedency by Joseph Edmondson ... Mowbray Herald.
36499: EDMUNDS, FLAVELL. - Traces of History in the Names of Places. With a vocabulary of the roots out of which names of places in England and Wales are formed.
37861: EDMUNDS, JAMES - Jubilee Address on Alcoholic Beverages, delivered at the Temperance Jubilee Conversazione, Market Harborough. on Wednesday, November 17th, 1886.
34181: DIRECTOR GENERAL OF MILITARY EDUCATION. - Fifth Report on the Education of Officers. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34184: DIRECTOR GENERAL OF MILITARY EDUCATION. - Fifth Report on Army Schools 1893. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
36747: EDWARDS, LOVETT FIELDING. - Danumbe Stream.
19013: EDWARDS, MICHAEL M. - The Growth of the British Cotton Trade 1780-1815.
23693: EDWARDS, WILLIAM. - The Early History of the North Riding.
23796: EDWARDS, WILFRED; G. H. MITCHELL, T. H. WHITEHEAD. - Geology of the District North and East of Leeds. (One-inch Geological Sheet 70, New Series.)
27427: EDWARDS, A C. - A History of Essex With Maps and Pictures Cartography by P S Russell.
29239: EDWARDS, K C (EDITED BY). - Nottingham and its Region. [Prepared for the meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science].
30220: EDWARDS, M BETHAM. - Little Red Bird and Little Blue Bird. A Tale of the Woods. Illustrated by T R Macquoid.
30379: EDWARDS, E. - Personal Recollections of Birmingham and Birmingham Men. [Reprinted from the Birmingham Daily Mail with revisions, corrections, and additions].
35201: EDWARDS, KATHLEEN. - The Registers of Roger Martival, Bishop of Salisbury 1315-1330 Vol IV. [Canterbury & York Society Vol LXVIII].
24294: EDWARDS, T. J., MAJOR. - Miltary Customs.
23747: EDWARDS, MERVYN (EDITOR). - Scarborough, 966-1966.
35761: EELES, H H. - Dressing Flies for Trout and Salmon. An introduction to the art of dressing all types of artificial flies.
31845: EELES, FRANCIS C. - Oare and Culbone.
31790: EELES, F C & REV J E BROWN (EDITED BY). - The Edwardian Inventories for Bedfordshire. [Alcuin Club Collections VI].
33814: PHILIP DE MALPAS GREY EGERTON. - A commentary of [sic] the services and charges of William Lord Grey of Wilton, K.G., by his son Arthur Lord Grey of Wilton, K.G. Camden Old Series Volume XL.
35862: EGERTON, F. CLEMENT C. - African Majesty: a record of refuge at the Court of the King of Bangangte in the French Camaroons.
39942: EGERTON, HUGH EDWARD - Selected Speeches of Sir William Molesworth; On questions relating to Colonial policy.
40924: EGGAR, J. ALFRED. - Remembrances of life and customs in Gilbert White's, Cobbett's, & Charles Kingsley's country. With illustrations of considerable local interest.
39750: EGGLESTONE, W. MORLEY. - All around Stanhope. An historical and descriptive sketch of Stanhope's surroundings, County of Durham...second section of Stanhope and its neighbourhood.
39319: EGGLESTONE, WILLIAM MORLEY. - Betty Podkins Visit to Auckland Flower Show: an amusing narrative in the Weardale dialect.
41077: EGGLESTONE, W. MORLEY. - Stanhope and its neighbourhood: an historical and descriptive study of Stanhope-in-Weardale, County of Durham. First section.
41104: EHRLICH, LUDWIK. - Works of Paul Wladimiri. A selection. Vol. 3.
21236: EIMER, G. H. THEODOR, DR. - Organic Evolution as the result of the inheritance of acquired characters according to the laws of organic growth.
30850: EISENBERG, JOHN F.; DEVRA G. KLEIMAN (EDITORS). - Advances in the study of Mammalian behaviour. Special Publication, the American Society of Mammalogists: vol 7.
28016: EISLER, MAX, DR. - Josef Israels. 'Special Spring Number 1924.'
40787: EISSLER, M. - The Metallurgy of Argentiferous Lead. A practical treatise on the smelting of silver-lead ores and the refining of lead buillion. Including reports on various smelting establishments and descriptions of modern smelting furnaces and plants in Europe and America.
40993: ELDER, MARC. - Le Chateau des Ducs de Bretagne.
38549: WESTMINSTER ELECTION. - A poll taken on Wednesday the 26th of July, 1837, for the election of two members to represent the City of Westminster in parliament.
37910: NOTTINGHAM ELECTION. - An alphabetical list of the burgesses and freeholders, who polled before Calverley Huish & Alfred Thomas Fellows, gentlemen, sheriffs ... June, 1818. for the election of two burgesses to represent the town of Nottingham in parliament ...
39472: CHESTER ELECTION. - History of the late Contested Election, for the office of Sheriff of the Commonalty of the City of Chester, with all the authorised papers, squibs, songs, addresses &c. &c. published by the two parties; also the poll book at large, etc.
42440: ELEY, VINCENT. - A monk at the potter's wheel: the story of Charnwood-Cistercian ware. With a preface by Bernard Rackham.
16328: ELIOT, ELIZABETH. - Portrait of a Sport: a history of steeplechasing.
22715: ELIOT, T. S. - Charles Whibley: a memoir.
28570: ELIOT, WILLARD AYRES. - Birds of the Pacific Coast ...
34674: ELIOT, T. S. - The Confidential Clerk, a play.
38400: ELIOT, GEORGE. - The Spanish Gypsy.
37210: ELLENBOGEN, EILEEN. - English Vinaigrettes.
31474: ELLICE, ROBERT (EDITED BY). - Songs for the Nursery: A Collection of Children's Poems, Old and New.
38256: ELLIOTT & SONS, LTD. - Barnet Price List. Plates, papers and films, 1909.
18527: ELLIS, GEORGE AGAR. - Historical Enquiries respecting the Character of Edward Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, Lord Chancellor of England.
21716: ELLIS, HAMILTON. - The London, Brighton and South Coast Railway. A mechanical history ... from 1839 to 1932.
21750: ELLIS, HAMILTON. - Some Classic Locomotives.
22275: ELLIS, HAMILTON. - Four Main Lines.
22977: ELLIS, COLIN D. B. - History in Leicester, 50 B.C. - A.D. 1900.
24652: ELLIS, E. S. - Ancient Anodynes: primitive anśsthesia and allied conditions.
28125: ELLIS, WILLIAM SMITH. - The Parks and Forrests of Sussex, ancient and modern, historical, antiquarian and descriptive, with biographical notices of some of the former owners.
29365: ELLIS, JOHN. - Eye-Deep in Hell. The Western Front, 1914-18.
30103: ELLIS, THOMAS EVELYN SCOTT, 8TH BARON HOWARD DE WALDEN. - Some Feudal Lords and Their Seals, 1301 ...
32524: ELLIS, REV JOHN HENRY. - The Registers of Stourton, County Wilts, from 1570 to 1800. [The Publications of the Harleian Society Registers Volume XII].
33813: ELLIS, SIR HENRY (EDITED BY). - The obituary of Richard Smyth, secondary of the Poultry Compter, London; being a catalogue of all such persons as he knew in their life; extending from A.D. 1627 to A.D. 1674. Camden Old Series Volume XLIV.
34031: ELLIS, HAMILTON. - The South Western Railway. Its Mechanical History and Background 1838-1922.
34032: ELLIS, HAMILTON. - Four Main Lines.
21739: ELLIS, C. HAMILTON. - Popular Carriage: two centuries of carriage design for road and rail.
21738: ELLIS, C. HAMILTON. - Royal Journey: a retrospect of royal trains in the British Isles.
21732: ELLIS, C. HAMILTON. - The Flying Scotsman 1862-1962: portrait of a train.
36675: ELLIS, GEORGE. - Specimens of the Early English Poets; to which is prefixed, an historical sketch of the rise and progress of the English poetry and language, with a biography of each poet. (3 Vols).
39102: ELLIS, GEORGE ALFRED. - The History and Antiquities of the Borough and Town of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis.
35205: ELRINGTON, C R (EDITED BY). - The Registers of Roger Martival, Bishop of Salisbury 1315-1330 Vol II. [Canterbury & York Society Vol LVIII]
18674: ELTON, G. R. - Studies in Tudor and Stuart Politics and Government. Papers and reviews 1946 -1972. Volume Two. Parliament/Political Thought.
33988: ELVEY, G R (EDITED BY). - Luffield Priory Charters Part II. [The Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society Volume XXVI].
24948: ELWIN, MALCOLM. - Lord Byron's Wife.
27646: ELWIN, MALCOLM. - Lord Byron's Family: Annabella, Ada and Augusta, 1816-1824. Edited ... by Peter Thomson.
21868: EMBLETON, RONALD (ILLUSTRATOR); FRANK GRAHAM. - Hadrian's Wall in the Days of the Romans.
25043: EMBLETON, D. - The Tyne, The Lort Burn, The Skerne. [Extracted from] Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. 8, 1880-1889.
28942: EMBLIM, ROBERT. - A History of Cumbria. From primeval mud to the present day.
25280: EMERSON, RALPH WALDO. - Mr. Choate's Address at the Passmore Edwards Institute, June 15th, 1903.
27048: EMERSON, WILLIAM. - The Elements of Geometry; in which, the principal propositions of Euclid, Archimedes, and others are demonstrated after the most easy manner. To which is added, a collection of useful geometrical problems. (4 Volumes in 2).
21845: EMETT, CHARLIE. - Bishop Auckland.
40520: EMMERSON, JOAN STUART - Translations Of Medical Classics. A List. Publications No. 3.
18775: EMMET, DOROTHY M. - The Nature of Metaphysical Thinking.
24837: EMMISON, F. G. - Elizabethan Wills of South-West Wessex.
34003: EMMISON, F G (EDITED BY). - Catalogue of Maps in the Essex Record Offiice 1566-1855
41225: ENGEL, CARL. - Reflections on church music. For the consideration of churchgoers in general.
6415: ENGEL, CLAIRE ELAINE (COMPILER). - Mont Blanc: an anthology.
25512: THE NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. - Transactions of the Associates' and Students' Section. Vol. 1.
25541: INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS.. - Proceedings. 1903. Parts 3-4. [Topics covered include: Diesel Engine; High-Speed Tools; Friction Clutch; Newcomen Engine]
25559: INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. - Proceedings. 1869. [Containing: Blast-Furnace Waste Gas; Hydraulic Swing Bridge over River Ouse; Hydraulic Corn Warehousing Machinery; Revolving Furnace for Chemical Works; Velocity of Projectiles; Shaping Machinery for Nuts; Mechanical Firing of Steam Boilers; Steam Road Roller, used in Paris; Towing on Canals and Rivers; Guibal's Ventilating Fan at Homer Hill Colliery; Ventilation of Mines; Well-Boring and Pumping Machinery.].
29394: CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. - Proceedings December 19, 1892. Session 1892-93, No. 2. [Including] Paper on "The Desulpherisating of Iron and Steel by the Calcium Oxy-Chloride Process," by Mr. E. H. Saniter, Wigan.
29393: CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. - Proceedings November 14, 1887. Session 1887-88, No. 1. [Including] Paper on "The Effect of Dissociation on Combustion," by Mr. Edward Crowe, Middlesbrough.
29392: CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. - Proceedings May 17, 1886. Session 1885-86, No. 6. Paper on "Material Economy in House Girders and Permanent Way," by Mr. R. H. Graham, Greenwich. Discussion ...
29391: CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. - Proceedings November 16, 1885. Session 1885-86, No. 1. [Including] Paper on "Modern Practice in Slide-Valves," by Mr. Tom Westgarth, Middlesbrough.
29395: CLEVELAND INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS. - Proceedings January 16, 1899. Session 1898-99, No. 3. [Including] Paper on "Water Cooling as Applied to Condensing," by Mr. H. W. Jarvis, Middlesbrough.
1373: (BIOGRAPHY) MEN OF THE PERIOD. ENGLAND. - The Records of a Great Country. Illustrated with views of British national edifices, portraits and pen pictures of leading men.
2917: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Cambridge and the Isle of Ely (Volume One). Edited by L. F. Salzman.
2918: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Cambridge and the Isle of Ely (Volume One). Edited by L. F. Salzman.
2919: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Cambridge and the Isle of Ely (Volume Three): The City and University of Cambridge.
2925: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Cumberland (2 Volumes). Edited by James Wilson.
2928: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Dorset (Volume Three) with Index to Volume 2. Edited by R. B. Pugh.
2931: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Essex (Volume One). Edited by H. Arthur Doubleday and William Page.
2937: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Gloucester (Volume Six). Edited by C. R. Elrington.
2939: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Hampshire and the Isle of Wight (Volume Two). Edited by H. Arthur Doubleday.
2949: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Northampton (Volume One). Edited by W. Ryland, D. Adkins and R. M. Serjeanton.
2952: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Oxford (Volume Five): Bullingdon Hundred.
2955: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Shropshire (Volumes 1 - 4, 8 and 11). Edited by A. T. Gaydon and G. C. Baugh.
2961: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Surrey (Volume One). Edited by H. E. Malden.
2962: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Surrey (Volume One). Edited by H. E. Malden.
2963: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Surrey (Volume Two). Edited by H. E. Malden.
2965: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Surrey (Volume Two). Edited by H. E. Malden.
2975: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - Wiltshire (Volume Three). Edited by R. B. Pugh and E. Crittall.
2981: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - York East Riding (6 Volumes). Edited by K. J. Allison.
2983: THE VICTORIA HISTORY OF THE COUNTIES OF ENGLAND. - City of York. Edited by P. M. Tillott.
17822: ENGLAND, CHURCHES AND RELIGIOUS BODIES - WESLEYAN METHODIST CHURCH- CONFERENCE. - Observations on the importance of adopting a plan of instruction for those preachers who are admitted upon trial, in the Methodist Connexion.
34648: ENGLAND, F. E. - Kant's Conception of God: a critical exposition of its metaphysical development together with a translation of the 'Nova Dilucidatio.'
29343: NORTH EAST ENGLAND. - Three Rivers' Heritage.
30325: ENGLEFIELD, SIR HENRY C. - A Walk through Southampton. To which is added, some account of the Roman Station, Clausentum.
29246: ENGLISH, J S. - Gainsborough's Industrial History.
27920: THE ENTOMOLOGIST - A Summary of the Present Knowledge of the Protura by C B Williams. Butterflies Near Venice by Gerard H Gurney. Two New Species of the Genus Ischnura (Odonata) from North India by F F Laidlaw. Descriptions of Three New Species of Lema, and of a few New Speices of Criocerni by F W Bowditch. [The Entomologist August 1913 Volume XLVI No 603].
32136: ENTOMOLOGY. - Ier Congres International d'Entomologie, Bruxelles, 1-6 Aout 1910 (2 Vols). Volume I. Historique et Proces-verbaux .... Volume II. Memoires.
36688: ENYEDI, GY (EDITED BY). - Rural Transformation in Hungary.
39708: ENYS, J. D.; THURSTAN C. PETER; H. M. WHITLEY. - List of mural paintings and other remains in colour decoration now or formerly existing in Cornish churches. Reprinted from No. XLVIII Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall.
42415: EPPS, JOHN. - Domestic Homúopathy, or rules for the domestic treatment of infants, children and adults, and for the conduct and the treatment during pregnancy, confinement, and suckling.
26552: ERICKSON, CHARLOTTE. - British Industrialists: Steel and Hosiery, 1850-1950. 'The National Institute of Economic and Social Research. Economic and Social Studies 18.'
32788: ERIKSON, KAI (EDITED BY). - Encounters.
24187: EROTICA. - Denkwurdigkeiten eines Vielgereisten, oder; Abenteuer im Gebiete der Venus.
19329: ESDAILE, ARUNDEL (EDITOR). - The Journals, Letters, and Verses of Marjory Fleming, in collotype facsimile from the original manuscripts in the National Library of Scotland.
25808: ESKELUND, KARL. - Indonesian Adventure.
28926: ESPINASSE, FRANCIS. - Lancashire Worthies.
34843: W.N ATKINSON ESQUIRE. - Mossfields Colliery Explosion. Report to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion at Mossfields Colliery, near Longton, on the 16th October 1889. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
18941: ESQUIROS, ALPHONSE. - Religious Life in England.
37969: WESTGARTH PRIZE ESSAYS. - Essays on the re-alignment, reconstruction, and sanitation of central London, and the re-housing of the poorer classes. To which prizes offered by William Westgarth were awarded by the Society of Arts, 1885.
25620: ESSEX. - The Art of the Map-Maker in Essex, 1566-1860.
32019: ESSL, GRAHAM; LAWRENCE, PETER. (COMPILERS) - A Pictorial Review of Old Woodford. 1900 - 1930. Volume 1.
31600: L'ESTRANGE, REV A G. - Royal Winchester. Wanderings in and about the ancient capital of England.
41121: ETEROVICH, FRANCIS H. (EDITOR) - Croatia, land, people, culture. Vol. 2.
24473: ETHIOPIA. - Guide Book of Ethiopia.
25879: EULLER, JOHN. - Arctic World.
29262: EUSTACE, REV JOHN CHETWODE. - Answer to the charge delivered by the Lord Bishop of Lincoln to the Clergy of that Diocese, at the triennial visitation in the year 1812.
24084: EVAND, THEOPHILUS. - Drych y Prif Oesoedd: yn ddwy ran: ...
35329: EVANS, JOAN. - The Conways. A History of Three Generations.
24066: EVANS, D. EMRYS. - The University of Wales: a historical sketch.
24080: EVANS, WILLIAM DAVIES. - Dros Gyfanfor a Chyfandir: sef Hanes Taith o Gymru at Lanau y Mor Tawelog, ac yn ol, Trwy brif Dalaethan a Thiriogaethan yr Andeb Americanaidd.
35163: EVANS, JOAN & H S GRACIE (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archeological Society for 1957 Volume LXXVI. Contents Include: The Last of the Brimpsfield Giffards. A Short Study in Valor Ecclesiasticus.
35162: EVANS, JOAN (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archeological Society for 1955 Volume LXXIV. Contents Include: Parliamentary Burgesses for Bristol and Gloucester 1422-1437. The Casseys of Wightfield in Deerhurst.
35161: EVANS, JOAN (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archeological Society for 1954 Volume LXXIII. Contents Include: The Roman Villa at Witcombe. Deerhurst Reconsidered. Kingswood Abbey, its land and mills.
35160: EVANS, JOAN (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archeological Society for 1953 Volume LXXII. Contents Include: New Light in the Iron Industry. Old Catholic Families of Gloucester Part II. The Marshfield Barrows.
35159: EVANS, JOAN (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archeological Society for 1952 Volume LXXI. Contents Include: Whittingham Court Roman Villa Excavations. Old Catholic Families of Gloucester. Paper Mills in Gloucestershire.
35158: EVANS, JOAN (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1951 Volume LXX. Contents Include: Excavations in the City of Bristol. Recent discoveries in Local History. The beginnings of Trade Unionism in the Gloucestershire Woollen Industry.
25706: EVANS, SAMUEL J. (EDITOR). - Drych y Prif Desoedd.
34492: EVANS, S (EDITED BY). - The Cradle of the British Press, a distinction held by a Lincolnshire Journal.
25907: EVANS-PRITCHARD, E. E., ET AL (EDITORS). - Essays Presented to C. G. Seligman.
27148: EVANS, BERGEN. - The Natural History of Nonsense. [An ... assault upon some of the more preposterous errors and legends that mankinkind insists on believing.]
31557: EVANS, ALAN W. - The Economics of Residential Location.
30150: EVANS, JOHN. - Lancashire Authors and Orators: a series of literary sketches of some of the principal authors, divines, members of Parliament, &c, connected with the County of Lancaster.
24956: EVANS, G. E. - So Hateth She Derknesse: a biography of Edith A. Willey, 1895-1970.
37079: EVANS, JOHN D E. - Belgrade Slant. Preface by Major General A C Temperley.
38523: EVANS, MAY GARRETTSON. - Music and Edgar Allan Poe: a bibliographical study.
41908: EVANS, JOHN.; EDWIN CHAPMAN; JAMES GILCHRIST, DAVID EATON. - Four lectures, delivered at worship-street meeting-house, near Finsbury Square, London. During the month of March, 1826, on the history, the subjects and mode, the perpetuity, and the practical uses of Christian baptism.
22677: EVEREST, ARTHUR E. - Fifty Years of Chemistry, 1885-1935.
1360: EVERETT, WILLIAM. - Address in Commemoration of the Life and Services of Charles Francis Adams, delivered in the Stone Temple at Quincy, 4 July, 1887.
28160: EVERITT, REV WILLIAM (EDITED BY). - Devonshire Scenery: Its Inspiration in the Prose and Song.
27074: EVES, C. AND G. - Key to the School Examiner.
28120: EWALD, ALEX CHARLES. - Paper and Parchment. Historical Sketches. Includes: Domesday Book. A Companion to Domesday. The Fleet Marriages and Oyr Archives.
41066: EWALD, ALEXANDER CHARLES EWALD. - The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., and his times (5 Vols).
25258: EWARD, SUZANNE MARY (COMPILER). - A Catalogue of Gloucester Cathedral Library.
20161: EWEN, DAVID. - Music Comes to America.
25600: EWING, J. A. - The Steam-Engine and Other Heat-Engines.
25236: NEWCASTLE EVENING CHRONICLE AND NORTH MAIL EXCURSIONS. - [To] Sheffield for Sheffield Wednesday v. Newcastle United Cup-Tie, Saturday, Jan. 25, 1936. [Plus 25 other issues, all in 1936, including] ... to see the Cunard Ehite Star Liner Queen Mary leave the Clyde... London ...Holland ... Blackpool ... Northern Ireland ... Oxford ... to visit Cunard-White Star Liner 'Queen Mary' and Bournemouth ... Kyles of Bute, Loch Long and the Clyde ...
22496: PARIS EXHIBITION. - Report of Her Majesty's Commissioners for the Paris International Exhibition, 1900 (2 Volumes). [Command 630.]
29758: AN OFFICER OF THE EXPEDITION. - Letters Written During the Late Voyage of Discovery in the Western Arctic Sea.
31313: EYLES, DESMOND; RICHARD DENNIS. - Royal Doulton Figures, produced at Burslem c 1890-1978.
34656: D'EYPERNON, TAYMANS, FR. - Le Blondelisme. 'Museum Lassianum Section Philosophique No. 15.'
1244: EYRE-TODD, GEORGE. - Byways of the Scottish Border: a pedestrian pilgrimage.
31744: EYRE-TODD, GEORGE. - Loch Lomond, Loch Katrine and the Trossachs.
37990: EYRE-TODD, GEORGE. - Byways of the Scottish Border: a pedestrian pilgrimage.
39351: EZEKIEL, SOLOMON. - The life of Abraham, being the first, second, and third of a series of lectures on the lives of the patriarchs, delivered at the Penzance Hebrew society for promoting the diffusion of religious knowledge.
20267: FABES, GILBERT H.; WILLIAM A. FOYLE. - Modern First Editions: points and values (second series).
20273: FABES, GILBERT H.; WILLIAM A. FOYLE. - Modern First Editions: points and values (second series).
30370: FAGERSTEN, ANTON. - The Place Names of Dorset. Inaugural Dissertation by Anton Fagersten.
42899: FAIRBAIRN, J. E. - Melrose's old customs and worthies.
20058: FAIRFAX. - A Century of Journalism: the Sydney Morning Herald and its record of Australian life 1831-1931.
23567: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, J. - Yorkshire Village Life, Humour and Characters.
25151: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, NOEL (EDITOR). - The Memoirs of Jack Fairfax-Blakeborough, 'J.F-B'.
23557: FAIRFAX-BLAKEBOROUGH, NOEL (EDITOR). - The Memoirs of Jack Fairfax-Blakeborough, O.B.E., M.C. "J. F-B".
38409: FAIRHOLME, GEORGE. - A General View of the Geology of Scripture, in which the unerring truth of the inspired narrative of the early events of the world is exhibited, and distinctly proved, by the corroborative testimony of physical facts, on every part of the earth's surface.
33489: FAIRHOLT, FREDERICK WILLIAM. - Rambles of an Artist: being papers on art, in relation to antiques, paintings, art-decorations, and art-manufacture.
5554: FAIRLESS, MICHAEL. - The Roadmender. Illustrated by E. W. Waite.
25813: FAIRLEY, WILLIAM. - The Colliery Manager's Calculator: containing practical rules and tables, with various information, for the use of colliery agents and others.
27572: FAIRWEATHER, WILLIAM. - Jesus and the Greeks, or early Christianity in the tideway of Hellenism.
23134: FALCONER, WILLIAM. - The Shipwreck. A poem ... with a sketch of his life.
26547: FALCONER, THOMAS. - On Surnames and the Rules of Law Affecting Their Change. With comments on the corresponence of the lord-lieutenant of Monmouthshire and certain officials respecting a change of surname.
29896: FALCONER, WILLIAM. - The Shipwreck, a Poem. In Three Cantos. With a life of the author.
34530: FALCONER, WILLIAM. - The Shipwreck, a poem ... With a sketch of his life.
22894: FALK, BERNARD. - The Berkeleys of Berkeley Square and Some of Their Kinsfolk.
39465: FALLOW, T. M.; H. B. MCCALL. - Yorkshire Church Plate (2 Vols). 'The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Extra Series. Vol. III & IV.'
16234: LE FANU, W. R. - John Hunter: a list of his books.
17507: O'FAOLAIN, SEAN - Newman's Way: the odyssey of John Henry Newman.
19806: O'FAOLAIN, SEAN. - A Summer in Italy.
31039: FARBROTHER, JOHN E. - Shepton Mallet: Notes on its History, Ancient, Descriptive, and Natural.
35419: FARJEON, ELEANOR. - Kaleidoscope. Illustrated by Edward Ardizzone
32819: AN EXPERIENCED FARMER [YOUNG, ARTHUR]. - The Farmer's Kalendar; or a monthly directory for all sorts of country business: containing plain instructions for performing the work of various kinds of farms, in every season of the year, respecting particularly...
18839: FARRAR, FREDERICK W.; W. C. E. NEWBOLT, AND OTHERS. - The Cathedrals of England (2 Vols).
38978: FARRAR, C. F. - "Ouse's Silent Tide."
40242: FARRAR, F.W. - The Bible. Its meaning and supremacy.
27463: FARRER, REGINALD. - The Rock Garden. 'Present-Day Gardening Series.'
40912: FARRER, J.W. - Yorker's charity, Oxburgh. Scheme for the administration of the charity property, approved by the report of J.W. Farrer, one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery.
40911: FARRER, J.W. - Hammond's charity, Oxburgh. Scheme for the administration of the charity property, approved by the report of J.W. Farrer, one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery.
34734: AL-FARSY, FOUAD. - Modernity and Tradition.
36294: FAVELL, CHARLES FOX. - On Grinders' Asthma.
39263: FAWCETT, JOSHUA, REV. - "The Flood Came and Took Them All Away;" a sermon on the Holmfirth Flood. To which is added a detailed account of the awful disaster at Holmfirth; obtained from correct sources.
40444: FAWCETT, J. W. - Brooke Foss, Dunelm. A memorial. 'The Publications of the Durham Historical Society. Vol. I.'
41416: FAWCETT, STEPHEN. - Bradford legends. A collection of poems.
40135: FAWCETT, C.B. - British Association Leeds Meeting 1927, General Handbook.
34407: FAWTIER, ROBERT. MOSES TYSON. FRANK TAYLOR - Hand List of Charters, Deeds, and Similar Documents in the Possession of John Rylands Library. I. Documents of which the provenance has been ascertained. With an index of names of persons and places. II & III Miscellaneous Documents aquired by gift of purchase with index.
31592: FAY, EDWARD FRANCIS. - Unsentimental Journeys. East Anglian and French Interest.
39821: FAYERS, THOMAS. - Labour among the Navvies.
35465: FEDERER, CHARLES A (EDITED BY). - Yorkshire Chap-Books. First Series: comprising Thomas Gent's tracts on legendary subjects...
31303: FEIBUSCH, HANS. - The Revelation of Saint John the Divine.
31910: FEIFFER, JULES. - Sick, Sick, Sick. Introduction by Kenneth Tynan.
20524: FEILING, KEITH. - A History of the Tory Party 1640-1714.
31060: FEILING, KEITH. - Sketches in Nineteenth Century Biography.
30885: FELL, JOHN. - Some Illustrations of Home Life in Lonsdale North of Sands, in the 17th and 18th Centuries. [Reprinted from the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society].
42382: FELVER, CHARLES S. - Joseph Crawhall, the Newcastle Wood Engraver (1821-1896).
16848: FENNER, PHYLLIS R. - Cowboys, Cowboys, Cowboys. Stories of Round-ups and Rodeos Branding and Bronco-busting.
43223: FENNINGS, ALFRED. - Every Mother's Book, or the Child's Best Doctor.
32846: FENWICK, JOHN. - York in Picture 1800-1900.
35013: FENWICK, JOHN. - A Sketch of the Ship-boy Life of John Fenwick, F.S.A.
26125: FENWICK, KENNETH (EDITOR). - Voice from the Ranks: a personal narrative of the Crimean campaign by a sergeant of the Royal Fusiliers ...
23169: FENWICK, HUBERT. - Scotland's Abbeys and Cathedrals.
40331: FERGUSON, R.S. (EDITED BY) - Old Church Plate in the Diocese of Carlisle. (with 1908 Supplement) With the makers marks to which is added an account of the Municipal Insignia and the Corporation and Guild Plate of Carlisle.
21630: FERGUSON, T. - The Young Delinquent in his Social Setting: a Glasgow study.
24236: FERGUSON, RICHARD S. - Early Cumberland and Westmorland Friends: a series of biographical sketches of early members of the Society of Friends in those counties.
32002: FERGUSON, R.S. - The Formation of Cumberland. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Cumberland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science. Part IV, 1879.
29112: FERGUSON, R.S. - A Guide to Carlisle. And chief places of interest in the neighbourhood.
30526: FERGUSON, R S (EDITED BY). - Description of the County of Cumberland by Sir Daniel Fleming of Rydal. [Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Tract Series No 3].
34897: FERGUSON, RICHARD S. - A History of Cumberland. [Popular County Histories].
36020: FERGUSON, REV JOHN. - Ecclesia Antiqua; or, the history of an ancient parish, St Michael's Linlithgow. With an account of its chapels, chantries and endowments.
21539: FERGUSON, W. CRAIG. - The Loan Book of The Stationers' Company, with a list of transactions, 1592-1692.
39097: FERGUSON, R. S. (EDITOR). - Description of the County of Cumberland by Sir Daniel Fleming of Rydal, A.D. 1671. 'Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Tract Series, No. 3.'
42245: FERGUSON, RICHARD S. (EDITOR). - Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society. Volume III. [Including:] The Archaeology of the West Cumberland Coal Trade. By Isaac Fletcher [and] Whitehaven: its Streets, its principal Houses and their Inhabitants. By William Jackson.
21454: FERGUSSON, BERNARD (EDITOR). - The Business of War: the war narrative of Major-General Sir John Kennedy ...
35571: FERGUSSON, JAMES. - Morpeth: from the accession to the Jubilee of Queen Victoria (1837-1887.)
19881: FERRAND, HENRI. - Nice to Evian by the Route des Alpes.
31407: FERRY, JOHN W. - Panorama of Pinner Village, Middlesex.
31073: FERRY, JOHN W (COMPILED BY). - Panorama of Pinner Village Middlesex.
41445: FETIS, FRANCIS JAMES. - Music explained to the world: or, how to understand music and enjoy its performance. From the French ...
40472: FETTES, JAMES. - Zuleika, the Christian's Bride; a Ballad: and the Dream, a Poem. With other miscellaneous pieces.
29574: FFINCH, MICHAEL. - Portrait of Kendal and the Kent Valley.
31524: FIELD, JOHN. - Place Names of Great Britain and Ireland.
31510: FIELD, JOHN. - Place Names of Greater London.
41204: FIELD, W. - To the members of the Kenilworth congregation.
5280: FIELDING, HENRY ? - An Apology for the Life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews.
36064: FIELDING, HENRY ESQ. - The Journal of a Voyage to Lisbon by the late Henry Fielding Esq.
22332: FIFOOT, RICHARD. - A Bibliography of Edith, Osbert and Sacheverell Sitwell.
30091: FIGUIER, LOUIS. - Scenes et Tableaux de la Nature. 'Biblioteque des Ecoles et des Familles.'
30129: FIGUIER, LOUIS. - Les Insectes. 'Tableau de la Nature ... La Vie et Les Moeurs des Animaux.'
37133: FILIPOWICZ, TYTUS (EDITED BY). - Confidential Correspondence of the British Government respecting the Insurrection in Poland 1863.
31347: FINBERG, ALEX. J. - Turner's Water-Colours at Farnley Hall.
37936: FINCH, A.T. - The Ancient Church at Clerke. Now called Kingsclere.
39156: FINCHAM, H.W. - The Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem and its Grand Priory of England. With a chapter on the present day work of the order by W.R. Edwards.
20867: FINDLAY, J. J. (EDITOR). - Arnold of Rugby: his school life and contributions to education.
39981: FINGEL, J.G. - The History of Freemasonry. From its origin down to the present day. Preface by D. Murray Lyon.
19937: FINLAY, GEORGE IRVING. - Colorado Springs: a guide book describing the rock formations in the vicinity ...
41944: FINN, RALPH L. - My greatest game.
17500: FINNEMORE, WILLIAM - The Story of a Hundred Years 1823-1923, being the centenary booklet of the Birmingham Auxiliary of the Baptist Missionary Society.
20991: FINNEY, BRIAN. - Christopher Isherwood: a critical biography.
19451: CHICAGO FIRE. - Report of the Chicago Relief and Aid Society of disbursement of contributions for the sufferers by the Chicago fire.
37544: RICETTARIO DI FIRENZE. - El Ricettario del l'Arte, et Universita de Medici, et Spetiali della Citta di Firenze [Florence - 1550]. 'Opera Pharmaceutica Rariora. Vol. VII.'
19877: FIRSOFF, V. A. - The Tatra Mountains.
37078: FISCHER-GALATI, STEPHEN (EDITED BY). - Man, State, and Society in East European History.
42411: FISH, HENRY. - Chapters on the teaching of the Roman Church, proving it to be unscriptural, absurd, and scandalous: with remarks on the recent movements and present character of that church in England.
42277: FISHER, LEONARD EVERETT. - The Printers. 'Colonial American Craftsmen Series.'
17012: FISHER, JAMES; R. M. LOCKLEY. - Sea Birds.
35737: FISHER, SAM (EDITED BY). - Malvolio Mogg: His Book.
26051: FISHER, ANNE. - The Pleasing Instructor or Entertaining Moralist, consisting of select essays, relations, visions, and allegories collected from the most eminent English authors to which are prefixed new thoughts on education. A new edition.
28309: FISHER, GEORGE. - The Instructor or Young Man's Best Companion
30141: FISHER, PAUL HAWKINS. - Notes and Recollections of Stroud, Gloucestershire.
30356: FISHER, REV JOHN. - A History of the Town of Berkeley, its Church, Castle Etc, Etc.
36014: FISHER, M. - Scenes from Scripture and other Poems.
9214: FISHER, JOHN. - The Australians. From 1788 to Modern Times.
39438: FISHER, MARY. - Tales, local and legendary: with miscellaneous poems.
40570: FISHER, SON, & CO. - Fisher's Drawing Room Scrap-Book, 1838. With poetical illustrations by L. E. L.
28582: BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. - Leaflets re: The Kestrel; The Short-Eared Owl; Titmice; The Lapwing; The Starling; Water Wagtails; The Barn Owl; The Spotted Flycatcher; The Swallow; The House-Sparrow. [A further 24 leaflets on a variety of agricultural topics are bound in.]
32583: FISHWICK, LIEUT COLONEL HENRY (EDITED BY). - Pleadings and Depositions in the Duchy Court of Lancaster time of Henry VII and Henry VIII. [The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire Vol XXXII].
33883: FISHWICK, CAROLINE (EDITED BY). - A Calendar of Lancashire and Cheshire Exchequer. Depositions by Commission from 1558 to 1702. [Lancashire & Cheshire Record Society Volume XI].
37506: FISKE, JOHN. - Outlines of Cosmic Philosophy, based on the doctrine of evolution, with criticisms on the positive philosophy (2 Vols).
34876: FITCH, DR J.G. - Resume of Lectures by Dr J G Finch and others. Darlington Student Association. Proceedings Session 1893-94.
36285: FITCH, S. EDWARD, REV. - The Luck of Edenhall, &c.
28930: FITZGERALD, EDWARD. - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. The Astronomer Poet of Persia. Rendered into English Verse. The four editions with the original prefaces and notes.
35450: FITZMAURICE, LORD EDMOND. - Charles William Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick. An Historical Study 1735-1806.
9196: FITZROY, V. M. - When the Slave Bell Tolled.
41421: FLEAY, F.G. (TRANSLATOR) - The master pieces of the Breton ballads.
20913: FLEMING, G, H. - That Ne'er Shall Meet Again: Rosetti, Millais, Hunt.
28502: FLEMING, J. S. - The Old Ludgings of Stirling: being the ancient residences of the nobility, clergy, and civic dignitaries not hitherto delineated and described.
40915: FLEMING, J.S. - The old castle Vennal of Stirling and its occupants, with the old brig of Stirling. Illustrated by 80 pen and ink and other drawings by the author. With an introductory chapter by John Honeyman.
25763: FLEMWELL, G. - Alpine Flowers and Gardens.
33923: FLETCHER, W G D (EDITOR). - Register of Wem, Chapel Street Independent Chapel. 1785-1836. [Shropshire Parish Register Society]. Nonconformist Registers Part II.
33919: FLETCHER, W G D (EDITOR). - Register of Hadnall and Clive Independent Chapels. 1798-1837. [Shropshire Parish Register Society]. Nonconformist Registers Part II.
33920: FLETCHER, W G D (EDITOR). - Register of Llanyblodwel, Smyrna Independent Chapel. 1825-1836. [Shropshire Parish Register Society]. Nonconformist Registers Part II.
33921: FLETCHER, W G D (EDITOR). - Register of Ludlow, Corve Street (and Old Street) Independent Chapel. 1802-1836. [Shropshire Parish Register Society]. Nonconformist Registers Part II.
33918: FLETCHER, W G D (EDITOR). - Register of Clee Hill (Parish of Caynham) Wesleyan Chapel. 1796-1829. [Shropshire Parish Register Society]. Nonconformist Registers Part II.
32719: FLETCHER, C R L. - A Handy Guide to Oxford.
32409: FLETCHER, CANON J M J . - A Little Guide for Visitors and Pilgrims to Wimborne Minster.
31858: FLETCHER, J S. - Sheffield. The Story of the English Towns.
30844: FLETCHER, GEOFFREY. - Offbeat in London.
28886: FLETCHER, REV CANON J M J. - The Ancient Church of St Nicholas of Myra, Worth Matravers in the Isle of Purbeck.
28339: FLETCHER, REV. CANON J.M.J. - The Ancient Church of St. Nicholas of Myra, Worth Matravers in the Isle of Purbeck with the Chapel of St. Aldhelm on the St. Aldhelm's Head.
38343: FLETCHER, J. R., CANON. - Short History of St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. Edited and completed by D. John Stephan.
32795: FLEURE, H J. - A Natural History of the Man in Britain. Conceived as a study of changing relations between man and enviroments. [The New Naturalist].
20556: FLINT, ROBERT. - Socialism.
21495: FLINT, W. RUSSELL (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Book of Tobit and the History of Susanna. Reprinted from the revised version of the apocrypha with an introduction by Dr. Montague R. James ...
19086: FLOM, GEORGE T. - The Phonology of the Dialect of Aurland, Norway.
3784: FLORIAN. - Oeuvres (24 vols in 9).
42427: FLORUS, LUCIUS ANNAEUS. - L. Annśi Flori epitome rerum Romanarum cum versione Anglic‚, in qu‚ verbum de verbo, quantum per utriusque linguś genium fieri licuit, redditur. Or, a compendious history of Rome, by L. Florus. With an English translation as literal as possible. By John Clarke, Master of the Publick Grammar-School in Hull.
17146: FLOWER, NEWMAN - ? .........? (What Shall the Title Be?) A Book written by Newman Flower and illustrated by Charles Grave.
18057: FLOWER, ROBIN; HUGH SMITH (EDITORS). - The Parker Chronicle and Laws (Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, MS. 173) a facsimile.
23479: FLOWER, LAMOROCK, CAPTAIN. - Historical Record of the 3rd Royal Surrey Regiment of Militia, No. 118. Raised in 1798 - revived in 1853. ... with which is incorporated a short sketch of the history of the militia.
42088: FLOWER, WILLIAM HENRY (EDITOR) - Recent memoirs on the Cetacea. By professors Eschricht, Reinhardt and Lilljeborg.
40711: FLOWER, WILLIAM HENRY. - A further contribution to the knowledge of the existing ziphioid whales.
41413: FLOWER, ROBERT. - The legend of Saint Robert, the hermit of Knaresborough.
33267: FONBLANQUE, ALBANY DE. - How We are Governed: a handbook of the constitution, government, laws, and power of the British Empire. Revised and re-edited by W. J. Gordon.
42895: FORBES, WILLIAM. - A methodical treatise, concerning bills of exchange. Wherein is an account of the rise and progress of exchange; the nature and kinds of it explained; the prevailing custom of merchants, illustrated and confirm'd from civil law, the authority of lawyers and writers, ancient and modern, forein statutes, and sentences of courts, acts of Parliament, and decisions of the Lords of Session; and all curious and useful cases, questions and controversies touching bills fairly stated and discuss'd, according to the analogy of the Scots Law. By William Forbes advocat.
16711: FORBES, ALEXANDER. - Is Free Trade Sound Policy for Great Britain? An address delivered to the members of the Aberdeen Philosophical Society, on the 4th April 1882.
31417: FORBES, ROBERT. - Sixty Years of Medical Defence.
24646: FORBES, ROBERT. - Sixty Years of Medical Defence.
25634: FORD, P; G. FORD. - A Breviate of Parliamentary Papers, 1900-1916: The Foundation of the Welfare State.
29403: FORD, DR TREVOR. - Ingleborough Cavern. Including notes on Gapping Gill and the Geology of Ingleborough.
35061: FORD, JOHN (EDITOR). - Memoir of Thomas Pumphrey, for twenty-seven years superintendent of Ackworth School.
34175: FORD, COLONEL A. - Explosion of Carbo-Gelatine at Factory No 7, Kent, Accident No 61 1899. Report No CXXXIII. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an explosion of Carbo-gelatine in course of manufacture which occurred at the factory of the Cotton Powder Company Limited, at Uplees Marshes, near Faversham, on the 5th May 1899. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34176: FORD, COLONEL A. - Ignition of Cordite at Factory No 176 Essex. Accident No 82 1899. Report No CXXXIV. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an ignition of Cordite which occured in the Blending and Packing House of the factory of Messrs. Kynoch Limited at Holehaven, Essex on the 8th June, 1899. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34179: FORD, COLONEL A. - Explosion at the Kurtz Chemical Works of the United Alkali Company Limited at St Helens. Report No CXXXV. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred at the Kurtz Chemical Works of the United Alkali Company Limited at St Helens, on the 12th May, 1899. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34222: FORD, MAJOR A. - Report to the Right Hon Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of Gunpowder and Blasting Cartridges, which occurred at Messrs John Hall & Sons Cartridge Factory at Eastwood, near Nottingham, on the 14th January 1881. No XXXII. Explosives Act 1875 (38 Vict c 17). Fifth Annual Report of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Explosives; being their Annual Report for the year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34224: FORD, MAJOR A. - Report to the Right Hon Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of Gunpowder at a Press House of a Gunpowder Factory at Gatebeck, near Kendal, on the 21st July 1881. No XXXII. Explosives Act 1875 (38 Vict c 17). Fifth Annual Report of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Explosives; being their Annual Report for the year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34228: FORD, MAJOR A. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an Explosion of dynamite which occurred on the River Clyde, off Garvel Point, near Greenock, on the 16th April 1881. No XXXV. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34233: FORD, MAJOR A. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of Nitroglycerine (from Dynamite) which occurred at a railway cutting, near Montrose, on the 5th March 1880. No XXX. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34277: FORD, LIEUT-COLONEL A. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an accident which occurred in the Potentite Company Ltd, at Melling, near Liverpool, on the 15th July 1882. No XLV. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
18257: FORD, TREVOR D.; J. H. RIEUWERTS (EDITORS). - Lead Mining in the Peak District. Compiled by members of the Peak District Mines Historical Society.
32448: FORDE, DARYLL. - Marriage and the family among the Yako in South Eastern Nigeria.
20327: FORDHAM, HERBERT GEORGE, SIR. - Maps, their History, Characteristics and Uses. A hand-book for teachers.
21808: FORDHAM, HERBERT GEORGE, SIR. - Catalogue des Guides-routiers et des Itineraires Francais, 1552-1850.
25416: FORDHAM, HERBERT GEORGE, SIR. - An Address on the 'Evolution of the Maps of the British Isles' delivered in the Whitworth Hall of the University of Manchester, January 26th, 1923 ...
38776: FORESTER, ORLANDO WATKIN WELD. - A letter to the Rev. Canon Harper in reply to his pamphlets on the capitular position of the non-residentiary canons in York cathedral, &c.
38030: SOCIETY OF INDIAN FORESTERS. - Symposium on Man Made Forests in India June 8 to 10, 1972 (2 Vols).
35606: FORMAN, H. BUXTON. - The Shelley Library. An Essay in Bibliography. I. Shelley's own books, pamphlets & broadsides, posthumous separate issues and posthumous books wholly or mainly by him. 'The Shelley Society's Publications. Fourth Series. Miscellaneous. No. 1.'
21294: FORREST, H. EDWARD. - The Vertebrate Fauna of North Wales.
24842: FORRESTER, HARRY. - The Timber-Framed Houses of Essex: a short review of their types and details, 14th to 18th centuries.
41991: FORSHAW, CHAS. F. (EDITOR) - Holroyd's collection of Yorkshire Ballads. With some remarks on ballad lore by W.J. Kaye, and a life of Abraham Holroyd by William Scruton.
25014: FORSTER, MICHAEL. - Notice on the Effects of a Basaltic Dyke, at Butterknowle Colliery, two Miles North West of Cockfield ... Read March 16, 1830. [With] Observations on the Nature and Properties of several Specimens of Coal, Basalt and Coke, from the Vicinity of the Basaltic Dyke, at Butterknowle Colliery, ... By Mr. Francis Forster, Colliery Viewer ... Remarks on the Distribution of indigenous Plants of Northumberland and Durham, as connected with the Geological Structure of those Counties. By Nat. John Winch ... Notice of a Bed of Whin, at Stanhope, in Weardale. By W. C. Trevelyan, ... Notes on the New Red Sandstone of the County of Durham, below the Magnesian Limestone. By Wm. Hutton, ... Postscript to Mr. Hutton's Notes ... [Extracted from] Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. I - Part I.
26672: FORSTER, PETER. - Britannic Majesty: a set of woodengravings.
27751: FORSTER, ANN M.C. (EDITOR). - Selections from The Disbursments Book (1691-1709) of Sir Thomas Haggerston, Bart. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society. Vol. 180.'
32898: FORSTER, G C F. - A Descriptive Catalogue of the Records in the Possession of the Corporation of Scarborough.
35103: FORSTER, WESTGARTH. - A Treatise on a Section of the Strata from Newcastle-upon-Tyne to the mountain ofCross Fell, in Cumberland; with remarks on mineral veins. Also, tables of the strata in Yorkshire, Derbyshire, etc.; to which is added, a treatise on the discovery, the opening, and the working of lead mines; with the dressing and smelting of lead ores.
24954: FORSTER, MARGARET. - Elizabeth Barrett Browning: a biography
39095: FORSTER, THOMAS. - Observations on the brumal retreat of the swallow. To which is added a copious index to many passages relating to this bird, in the works of ancient and modern authors.
31673: FORSYTH, J. S. - The Antiquary's Portfolio, or Cabinet Selection of Historical & Literary Curiosities, ... the manners, customs, and morals; civil, military, and eccelesiastical government, etc. etc. of Great Britain, during the middle and latter ages (2 Volumes in 1.)
36535: FORTER, NORMAN L.; DEMETER B. ROSTOVSKY. - The Roumanian Handbook.
24328: FORTESCUE, J. W. - The County Lieutenancies and the Army, 1803-1814.
22010: FORTY, GEORGE. - At War in Korea.
8731: FOSBROKE, THOMAS DUDLEY. - British Monachism; or, manners and customs of the monks and nuns of England ...
19683: FOSBROKE, THOMAS DUDLEY. - British Monachism; or, manners and customs of the monks and nuns of England ...
22370: FOSKETT, DAPHNE. - John Harden of Brathay Hall, 1772-1847.
39572: FOSKETT, EDWARD - Hugh Trebarwith. A Cornish Romance.
20924: FOSS, MICHAEL. - The Age of Patronage: the arts in society, 1660-1750.
35339: FOSTER, MICHAEL. - Masters of Medicine. Claude Bernard.
25011: FOSTER, FRANCIS. - Observations on the Geology of Ratcheugh Crag, near Alnwick. Read May 18, 1830. [Extracted from] Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. I - Part I.
25013: FOSTER, FRANCIS. - Observations on the South Welsh Coal Basin. Read June 15, 1830. [With] On the discovery of a Number of Hazel Nuts, in working a Lead ore Vein in the Manor of Alston Moor. By Mr. H. L. Pattinson. [Extracted from] Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. I - Part I.
27410: FOSTER, JOSEPH. - Some Feudal Coats of Arms. And others illustrated with 2,000 zinco etchings from the Bayeux Tapestry, Greek Vases, Seals, Tiles, Effigies, Brasses and Heraldic Rolls. (Some Chart Pedigrees).
30747: FOSTER, ALBERT J. - The Chiltern Hundreds.
30961: FOSTER, JOSEPH. - A Tudor Book of Arms. Tricked by Robert Cooke being Harleian Manuscript No 2169. Blasoned by Joseph Foster.
34525: C LE NEVE FOSTER. - Mines. Report...for the North Wales & Isle of Man District (no 9), to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under The Coal Mines Act 1887, The Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and The Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882, for the year 1892. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
24656: FOSTER, W. D. - Pathology as a Profession in Great Britain, and, The Early History of the Royal College of Pathologists.
34147: FOSTER, C W & KATHLEEN TURNER (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Vol IV. With a memoir of Canon Foster. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 32].
34148: FOSTER, C W (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Vol III. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 29].
34151: C. LE NEVE FOSTER. - Mines. Report of C Le Neve Foster, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the North Wales & Isle of Man District (No 9) to her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the year 1888. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34211: CE LE NEVE FOSTER. - Mines. Report of C Le Neve Foster Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the North Wales & Isle of Man District (No 9) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulations Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the Year 1889. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
40860: FOSTER, JOAN; DR. MICHAEL SMITH (TRANSCRIBERS). KRISTENSEN, HILARY (EDITOR). - The diaries of William Brewis of Mitford. 1833-1850.
40770: FOTHERGILL, G. A. - Hunting, Racing, Coaching & Boxing Ballads.
31985: FOUCART, GEORGE (EDITOR.) - Memoires publies par les membres de l'Institut Francais d'Archeologie Orientale du Caire. Tome Quarante et Unieme. [Comprising 6 sections by Lesquier et al on] L'Armee Romaine d'Egypte ...
34309: NUFFIELD FOUNDATION. - Children in Hospital: studies in planning. A report of studies made for the Division for Architectural Studies of the Nuffield Foundation.
42130: BRUCE'S NEW YORK TYPE FOUNDRY. - A priced list of printing types and materials. Containing exact weights and prices of job and fancy fonts, price of everyday articles required in the printing office, with engravings and descriptions of printing presses and other machinery; estimates of newspapers, &c.
16882: FOWLER, DAVID C. - The Bible in Early English Literature.
17488: FOX, GEORGE - A Memoir of the Life, Travels, and Gospel Labours of George Fox, an eminant minister of the Society of Friends.
20664: FOX, CYRIL S., SIR. - The Geology of Water Supply: a treatise dealing with the engineering geology aspects of water supply for all enquiring readers.
27997: FOX, SIR CYRIL. - Life and Death in the Bronze Age. An Archaeologists Field Work.
29675: FOX-DAVIES, ARTHUR CHARLES. - Heraldry Explained. 'The Shilling Scientific Series.'
30735: FOX, H. B. EARLE. (EDITOR). - The British Numismatic Journal 1917 including the Proceedings of the British Numismatic for the year 1916 Volume XIII. Second Series, Volume III.
33044: FOX, SIR FRANK. - Switzerland.
27883: FOX, GEORGE E. - A Guide to the Roman City of Uriconium, at Wroxter, Shropshire.
25858: FOX, DAVID SCOTT. - Mediterranean Heritage.
37574: FOX, CYRIL, SIR. - Pattern and Purpose: a survey of early Celtic art in Britain.
39563: FOX, GEORGE CROKER - The Prometheus of ∆schylus, and the Electra of Sophocles. Translated from the Greek. With notes, intended to illustrate the typical character of the former. Also, a few original poems.
36323: FOXCROFT, DOREEN & JACK. - 1851 Census of Cheshire. Surname and Location Indexes. Vol 10: Chester District, Chetser & other Townships.
42156: FOXWELL, E.; T. C. FARRER. - Express Trains, English and Foreign: being a statistical account of all the express trains of the world.
42759: FRAMPTON, GEORGE (EDITOR). - The poll taken at the election of two knights for the county of Dorset, ... November, 1806, ... copied ... by George Frampton.
17141: FRANCE, ANATOLE - Marguerite.
17171: FRANCE, ANATOLE - Rabelais. Translated by Ernest Boyd. Illustrations by Edy Legrand cut on wood by A. and P. Baudier.
28903: FRANCE, R SHARPE. - Guide to the Lancashire Record Office.
36991: FRANCIS, M E. - Idylls of Old Hungary.
30008: FRANCIS, RENE. - The Story of the Tower of London. [Illustrated] ... by Louis Wierter ...
28389: FRANCIS, PHILIP. (EDITED BY) - John Evelyn's Diary.
23570: FRANK, GEORGE. - Rydale and North Yorkshire Antiquities.
31749: FRANK, GEORGE. - Ryedale and North Yorkshire Antiquities.
39093: FRANK, ROBERT. - Native Poetry, being the works of Robert Frank, Gawber, near Barnsley, a Yorkshire poet, comprising both sentimental and satirical poems and songs..
35694: FRANKLAND, EDWARD. - The Murders at Crosby. [Proof Copy].
20303: FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN. - The Life and Miscellaneous Writings of Benjamin Franklin. Greatly extended and improved.
29679: FRANKLYN, JULIAN. - Shield and Crest: an account of the art and science of heraldry.
30921: FRANKS, A W. - Kirkstall Abbey Indexed Historical Ground Plan.
19675: FRANZ, J. CH. AUGUST. - The Eye: a treatise on the art of preserving this organ in a healthy condition, and of improving the sight; to which is prefixed, a view of the anatomy and physiology of the eye; with observations on its expression as indicative of the character and emotions of the mind.
9370: FRASER, J. NELSON. - In Foreign Lands. Some sketches of travel in Asia, Africa, and Oceania.
19965: FRASER, JOHN FOSTER. - L'Australie comment ce fait une nation.
22290: FRASER, GEORGE MACDONALD. - The Steel Bonnets: the story of Anglo-Scottish Border Reivers.
34423: SIR FRANCIS R FRASER. - The Challenge to the Medical Profession. The Harveian Oration 1960. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1960].
29572: FRASER, MAXWELL. - Companion into Lakeland.
27929: FRASER, MAXWELL. - Somerset.
24101: FRASER, MAXWELL. - Introducing West Wales.
18618: FRAZER, J. G. - Phsyche's Task: a discourse concerning the influence of superstition on the growth of institutions ... to which is added 'The Scope of Social Anthropology' an inaugural lecture.
19345: FRAZER, G. M. - The Lone Shieling, or the authorship of the "Canadian Boat Song" with other literary and historical sketches.
20425: FRAZER, E. H., H.M. DIVISIONAL INSPECTOR OF MINES. - Report on the causes of and circumstances attending the explosion which occurred at Houghton Main Colliery, Yorkshire, on the 12th December, 1930.
34556: FRAZER, W. M. - Duncan of Liverpool: being an account of the work of Dr. W. H. Ducan, Medical Offices of Health of Liverpool 1847-63.
18011: FREEMAN, A. MARTIN. - Thomas Love Peacock: a critical study.
24163: FREEMAN, KENNETH J. - Schools of Hellas: an essay on the practice and theory of ancient Greek education. Edited by M. J. Rendall.
36615: FREEMAN, EDWARD A. - The Ottoman Power in Europe, its nature, its growth, and its decline.
39742: FREEMAN, EDWARD A. - Historical Essays.
42621: FREEMAN, REV. G. J. - Sketches in Wales; or a diary of three walking excursions in that principality, in the years 1823, 1824, 1825.
41628: FREEMAN, PHILIP. - The architectural history of Exeter Cathedral.
23254: FREEMANTLE, W. T. - A Bibliography of Sheffield and Vicinity. Section 1 to the end of 1700 (all published).
22436: FREEMASONRY. - Masonic Catalogue of the Library of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania Free and Accepted Masons.
41210: FREMANTLE, REV. W. H. (EDITOR). - Presentation of the town hall to the city of Ripon by the Marquess of Ripon. Being a full account of the proceedings on the 31st July, 1897; The speeches at the commemorative luncheon; and the sermon by the Dean of Ripon on the following Sunday.
22601: FRENCH, GILBERT J. - Life and Times of Samuel Crompton, with an introduction by Stanley D Chapman.
28130: FRENCH, GILBERT J. - The Life and Times of Samuel Crompton. Inventor of the spinning machine called the Mule.
6137: FRENCH, E. G., LIEUT-COLONEL THE HON. - Good-Bye to Boot and Saddle, or, the tragic passing of British cavalry. Illustrations by the Earl of Ypres and a foreword by General Sir Hubert de la Poer Gough.
40706: FRENCH, G.J. - Hints on the arrangements of colours in ancient decorative art. With some observations on the theory of complementary colours.
43240: FREND, WILLIAM. - Appendix to Thoughts on subscription, by William Frend, M.A. Fellow of Jesus College, containing 1. His Appeal to the Visitor of the College, on occasion of his removal by the Master from the office of Tutor. 2. The Master's Answer to the Appeal. 3. His Reply to the Answer, and 4. The Judgement of the Visitor.
22103: FRERE, SHEPPARD. - Britannia: a history of Roman Britain.
36195: FRETTON, W. G. - Trading Guilds of the City of Coventry.
37090: FREUDENBERGER, HERMAN. - The Industrialization of a Central EUropean City. Brno and the fine woollen industry in the 18th Century.
31582: FREWIN, ANTHONY. - The Book of Days.
36684: FRIEDMAN, OTTO. - The Break Up of Czech Democracy. Preface by Dr Gilbert Murray, OM.
33249: FRIEDMAN, ALBERT B.; NORMAN T. HARRINGTON (EDITORS). - Ywain and Gawain. 'Early English Text Society. No. 254.'
23373: FRIEDUS, ABRAHAM SOLOMON. - Studies in Jewish bibliography and related subjects in memory of Abraham Solomon Freidus (1867-1923).
5800: FRIEND, HILDERIC, REV. - Flowers and Flower Lore. (2 vols)
20109: YORK MONTHLY MEETING OF FRIENDS. - Statement of Charitable Funds and other property belonging to York Monthly Meeting or its constituent meetings.
23396: YORKSHIRE QUARTERLY MEETING OF FRIENDS. - Statement of Charitable Funds, and other properties.
23790: FRIENDS, SOCIETY OF. - A Collection of Testimonies concerning several Ministers of the Gospel amongst the People called Quakers, deceased: with some of their last expressions and exhortations.
31912: FRITZ, E., DR. - Etude Clinique sur Divers Symptomes Spinaux Observes dans la Fievre Typhoide.
32339: FRITZ, PSEUD. [I.E. FREDERICK ALTONA BINNEY]. - Where are the Dead? or, Spiritualism explained. An account of the astounding phenomena of spiritualism, affording positive proof by undeniable facts that those we mourn as dead are still alive, ..
35830: FR÷LICH, LORNZ (ILLUSTRATOR.) - The Lord's Prayer: illustrated by a series of etchings ...
29865: FROUDE, JAMES ANTHONY. - Oceana or England and her Colonies.
41789: FROUDE, JAMES ANTHONY. - Short studies on great subjects.
28139: FRY, FREDERICK M. - A Historical Catalogue of the Pictures, Herse-Cloths and Tapestry at Merchant Taylors' Hall, with a list of the sculptures and engravings by Frederick M Fry, Master of the Company for 1895-6.
32518: FRY, GEORGE S & EDW ALEX FRY (EDITED BY). - Abstracts of Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem. Returned into the Court of Chancery in the Reign of King Charles the First. [The Index Library].
32985: FRY, EDW ALEX (EDITED BY). - Abstracts of Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem, returned into the Court of Chancery in the reigns of Henry III, Edward I, and Edwrad II. AD 1242-1326. [The Index Library].
41639: FRY, JOHN. - A serious and affectionate address to the people called Quakers. Containing some remarks on the present state of the people, and some reasonaable advice relating there-to. With exhortations to the gay and unstable amongst them. To seek the Lord before it be too late.
24881: FRYER, MARTIN. - A Newcastle Century, 1886-1986. One hundred years of Newcastle P and I Association.
17168: FUJIMOTO, T. - The Nightside of Japan.
40194: FULKE, WILLIAM. - Stapleton's Fortress Overthrown. A Rejoinder to Martiall's Reply. A Discovery of the Dangerous Rock of the Popish Church Commended by Sanders. "The Parker Society". Edited by the Rev Richard Gibbings.
40248: FULKE, WILLIAM. - A defence of the sincere and true translations of the holy scriptures into the English tongue, against the cavils of Gregory Martin. Edited for The Parker Society by the Rev. Charles Henry Hartshorne.
8882: FULLARTON, JOHN. - Historical Memoir of the Family of Eglington and Winton, together with relative notes and illustrations.
23124: FULTON, E. S. - A Few Remembrances in Song and Verse.
21342: ROYAL FUSILIERS. - The Royal Fusiliers in an Outline of Military History, 1685-1932.
23985: FYFE, JANET (EDITOR). - Autobiography of John McAdam (1806-1883).
30946: FYLDES, REV W. - Dove Dale and Other Dales; or, from the Charles Cotton to the Izaak Walton, with descriptive notes of Beresford Dale, The Manyfold Valley, Lathkiln Dale...and other places in the neighbourhood of Hartington.
40181: FYNES, RICHARD. - The Miners of Northumberland and Durham. A history of their social and political progress.
25876: GADEN, HENRI. - Le Popular Dialecte du Fouta Senegalais. Tome second: lexique popular-Francais. Collection de la Revue du Monde Musulman.
22268: GADSDEN, E. J. S. - Metropolitan Steam.
31399: GADSDEN, E.J.S. - Panorama of Pinner Village. A pictorial history.
35222: GAIRDNER, JAMES (EDITED BY). - Historia Regis Henrici Septimi, a Bernardo Andrea Tholosate Conscripta; Necnon Alia Quaedam ad Eundem Regem Spectantia. [Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, or Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages].
37481: GALANTAI, MARIA. - The Changing of the Guard. The Siege of Budapest 1944-5.
33412: GALE, JOAN. - The Blaydon Races.
33619: GALL, H. R., CAPTAIN. - Modern Tactics.
18058: THE WALTERS ART GALLERY. - Illuminated Book of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. An exhibition held at the Baltimore Museum of Art January 27 - March 13.
33054: LAING ART GALLERY. - Laing Art Gallery. Catalogue of the Exhibition of Works by Artists of the Northern Counties, May 1905.
8853: GALLOWAY, J. - William Harley: a citizen of Glasgow.
41387: GALLOWAY, MRS. F.C. - Twilight Musing. A volume of poems.
22327: GALLUP, DONALD. - T. S. Elliot: a bibliography, including contributions to periodicals and foreign translations.
33407: GALLYON, MARGARET. - The Early Church in Northumbria.
36648: GALSWORTHY, JOHN. - The Plight of the Miners. A National Danger, Mr Galsworthy's Suggestions. [Reprinted from the Manchester Guardian October 5th 1928]. Leaflet No 1.
35725: GALSWORTHY, JOHN. - International Thought.
29022: GALSWORTHY, JOHN. - International Thought.
37746: GALSWORTHY, JOHN. - Two Forsyte interludes: A Silent Wooing; Passers by.
41190: GANDERTON, H. Y. - Durham Cathedral Chorister School, 1929 - 1957. Speech Day Reports.
41328: GANDERTON, H. Y. - Durham Cathedral Chorister School, 1929 - 1957. Speech Day Reports.
32634: GANDY, WALLACE (EDITED BY). - Calendar of Wills at Ipswich 1751-1793.
21175: GANSON, LEWIS. - Unconventional Magic.
26950: GANTILLON, CHRISTOPHE-ELIE. - Traite Complet sur la Fabrication des Etoffes de Soie ....
35692: GARBUTT, JOHN & HARVEY LEESON. - The Books of Furness and Cartmel.
26519: GARD, ROBIN (EDITOR). - Northumberland at the Turn of the Century.
33805: GARDINER, SAMUEL RAWSON (EDITED BY). - Letters and other documents illustrating the relations between England and Germany at the commencement of the Thirty Years' War [First series:] From the outbreak of the revolution in Bohemia to the election of the Emperor Ferdinand II. Camden Old Series Volume XC.
36771: GARDNER, MONICA. - Poland. A Study in National Idealism.
36890: GARDNER, MONICA M. - Queen Jadwiga of Poland.
19203: GARDNER, ARTHUR. - The Peaks, Lochs and Coasts of the Western Highlands ...
20086: GARDNER, GEORGE; SYDNEY H. NICHOLSON (EDITORS). - A Manual of English Church Music with an appendix bringing it up to date.
24692: GARDNER, RALPH. - England's Grievance Discovered in Relation to the Coal Trade; the tyrannical oppression of the Magistrates of Newcastle; their charters and grants; the several tryals, depositions, and judgements obtained against them
36796: GARDNER, MONICA M. - The Patriot Novelist of Poland. Henryk Sienkiewicz.
36808: GARDNER, MONICA M. - Adam Mickiewicz. The National Poet of Poland.
36875: GARDNER, MONICA M. - Kosciuszko. A Biography.
22830: GARELL, PETER. - Chelsea Charm. With illustrations in line by A. V. Vereker.
29654: GARETH DAVIES, D. & SAUNDERS, CHRIS. - Verulamium.
22504: GARIN, FRANCOYS. - Complainte et Enseignements de Francoys Garin.
20210: GARLAND, HENRY JAMES. - Henry Francis Lyte and the Story of "Abide With Me".
25856: GARNETT, EVE. - To Greenland's Icy Mountains: the story of Hans Egede, explorer, coloniser, missionary.
37828: GARNETT, THOMAS. - A treatise on the Mineral Waters of Harrogate, containing the history of these waters, their chemical analysis, medicinal properties, and plain directions for their use. With an appendix, by John Jaques ...
16679: GAROOD, J. R. - Archaeological Remains.
28961: GARRAD, LARCH S. - The Naturalist in the Isle of Man. "The Regional Naturalist Series."
19800: GARRETT, PAT. F. - The Authentic Life of Billy, the Kid, the noted desperado ...
31023: GARRETT, JOHN HENRY. - The Idyllic Avon. Being a simple description of the Avon from Tewkesbury to above Stratford on Avon, with songs and pictures of the river and neighbourhood.
40712: GARROD, A.H. - On the brain of the Sumatran rhinoceros.
28990: GASCOIGNE, GEORGE. - 1. Certayne Notes of Instruction in English Verse. 1575. [with] 2. The Steele Glas ... [with] 3. The Complaynt of Philomene ... 1576. Preceded by George Whetstone's A Remembrance of the well imployed Life, and godly end of George Gascoigne Esquire ... 1577. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
25266: GASKELL, PHILIP. - A Bibliography of the Foulis Press. 'The Soho Bibliographies Series.'
27798: GASKELL, PHILIP. - A Bibliography of The Foulis Press.
33024: GASQUET, ABBOT. - English Monastic Life. [The Antiquary's Books].
33025: GASQUET, H E CARDINAL. - English Monastic Life. [The Antiquary's Books].
9296: GATTI, ATTILIO. - Black Mist.
29910: GATTY, ALFRED, MRS. - Parables From Nature. With notes on the natural history ... Third and Fourth Series.
30358: GATTY, REV ALFRED. - The Noble and Illustrious Family of Howard: A Lecture Delivered in Sheffield in 1879.
31024: GATTY, CHARLES T. - Mary Davies and the Manor of Ebury (2 Volumes).
31973: GATTY, CHARLES T. - Mary Davies and the Manor of Ebury (2 Vols.)
33133: GATTY, REV ALFRED. - Supper of the Lord. A sermon preached in Ecclesfield Parish Church.
4401: GAULD, H. DRUMMOND. - Brave Borderland
26097: GAULTIER, BON., PSEUD. [I.E. SIR THEODORE MARTIN.] (EDITOR). - The Book of Ballads. ... illustrated by Doyle, Leech and Crowquill.
16114: GAUNT, W. - English Rural Life in the Eighteenth Century.
26664: GAUNT, W. - London Promenade.
29319: GAUNT, ARTHUR. - Its Odd - Its Yorkshire. Drawings by Leslie A Scott and Frank Varty.
31304: GAUNT, WILLIAM. - Stubbs.
41516: GAUNT, J. - Eventide. A collection of original poems.
27077: GAUSSEN, SAMUEL ROBERT LOUIS. - The World's Birthday. A book for the young. Translated by Mrs. Campbell Overend.
23201: GAUTE, J. H. H.; ROBIN ODELL. - The Murderers' Who's Who: outstanding international cases from the literature of murder in the last 150 years.
20582: GAWTHORN, E. E. - Old Rhineland: through an Englishman's eyeglass.
16152: GAY, JOHN. - The Aspects of Medical Science. A oration delivered March 8, 1860, before the Medical Society of London, on its eighty-seventh anniversary.
25573: GAYDON, A. G.; H. G. WOLFHARD. - Flames: their structure, radiation and temperature.
32592: GAYLER, J L. IRENE RICHARDS & J A MORRIS. - A Sketch Map Economic History of Britain.
40881: GEDDES, SIR. WILLIAM DUGUID. - Historical characteristics of the Celtic race. An address to the University Celtic Society. Published by request.
38730: GEDDIE, JOHN. - Souvenir of the Opening of the North British Station Hotel, Edinburgh, 15th October 1902. Contents - Old and New Edinburgh, North British Hotel, North British Railway.
34867: GEE, REV HENRY. - A Day in Durham, with a plan of the route.
23416: GEE, H. L. - Folk Tales of Yorkshire.
24462: GEE, STEPHEN. - Old Halifax.
24381: GEEN, PHILIP. - Days Stolen For Sport.
34802: GEERLIGS, H C PRINSEN. - On Cane Sugar and the Process of its Manufacture in Java.
20629: GEIKIE, JAMES. - Earth Sculpture, or the origin of land-forms.
20709: GEIKIE, ARCHIBALD. - Text-Book of Geology.
34738: GEIL, WILLIAM EDGAR. - Ocean and Isle.
9383: GELFAND, MICHAEL. - Livingstone the Doctor. His life and travels a study in medical history.
25865: GELL, WILLIAM, SIR. - Reminiscences of Sir Walter Scott's Residence in Italy, 1832. Edited with notes by James C. Corson ...
32392: GELL, JOHN. - Conversational Manx. A series of graded lessons in Manx and English with phonetic pronunciation.
42522: GELL, WILLIAM. - A tour in the lakes made in 1797 by William Gell. Edited by William Rollinson.
9245: GELLHORN, ELEANOR COWLES. - McKay's Guide to the Far East and the Middle East.
42416: ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE. - Rules and regulations for the formations, field-exercise, and movements, of His Majesty's Forces.
26815: GENET, JEAN-PHILIPPE (EDITOR). - Four English Political Tracts of the Later Middle Ages. Camden Fourth Series. Volume 18.
36186: SOCI…T… DES ARTS DE GEN»VE. - Bulletin de la Classe d'Agriculture. Nos. 1-24. [Comprising 24 issues.]
40813: GENLIS, STEPHANIE FELICITE, COMTESSE DE, 1746-1830. - Les veillees du chateau, ou cours de morale a l'usage des enfans (4 Vols).
16542: A WALKING GENTLEMAN [GRATTON, T. C]. - High-Ways and By-Ways; or Tales of the Roadside, picked up in French Provinces.
20690: GEOLOGY. - Chambers's Mineralogical Dictionary.
28951: SCOTTISH GEOLOGY. - Transactions of the Edinburgh Geological Society (3 Vols). [Comprising] Vols. 7-9, 1893-1910.
37000: GEORGESCU, VLAD. - Political Ideas and the Enlightenment in the Romanian Principalities 1750-1831. [East European Monographs I].
26614: GERNSHEIM, HELMUT. - Lewis Carroll, Photographer.
34509: GERRARD, JOHN. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the North and East Lancashire and Ireland District (no 6) to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1896, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1897. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34523: GERRARD, JOHN. - Mines. Report...for the Manchester and Ireland District (no 6), to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, under The Coal Mines Act 1887, The Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and The Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882, for the year 1892. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34262: GERRARD, JOHN. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Manchester and Ireland District (No 5) to his Majesty's Secretary of Stae for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1908, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1910. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty].
25955: GESSNER-SIEGFRIED, A., DR. - Katalog des Kantonalen Antiquariums in Aarau.
22492: GESSNER, SOLOMON. - The Works of Solomon Gessner, translated from the German, with some account of his life and writings (3 Volumes).
31314: GIBBERD, FREDERICK. - Report of the Oxford University Drama Commission with Supplementary Architectural Report.
26652: GIBBONS, J. S. - The Banks of New-York, Their Dealers, the Clearing House, and the Panic of 1857. With a financial chart.
30554: GIBBONS, E JOAN. - The Flora of Lincolnshire. Lincolnshire Natural History Brochure No 6.
31256: GIBBONS, J. S. - The Public Debt of the United States. Its organization: its liquidation: adminstration of the treasury: the financial system.
34345: GIBBS, MARION (EDITED BY). - Early Charters of the cathedral church of St. Paul, London. Camden Third Series Volume LVIII.
26318: GIBRALTAR. - Gibraltar and Its Sieges. With a description of its natural features.
37612: GIBSON, H S. - The Utilisation of Peat. [A paper read before the Insurance Institute of Ireland, 19th February 1907].
15521: GIBSON, GEORGE ALEXANDER. - Life of Sir William Tennant Gairdner ... with a selection of papers on general and medical subjects.
19635: GIBSON, ALEXANDER GEORGE. - The Physician's Art: an attempt to expand John Lock's fragment de arte medica.
24635: GIBSON, ALEXANDER GEORGE. - The Physician's Art: an attempt to expand John Lock's Fragment de Arte Medica.
26248: GIBSON, WILLIAM SIDNEY. - Descriptive and Historical Notices of Northumbrian Castles, Churches, and Antiquities: third series, comprising visits to Naworth Castle, Lanercost Priory, and Corby Castle, in Cumberland; the ruined monasteries of Brinkburn, Jarrow, and Tynemouth; Bishop Middleham and the town of Hartlepool; Newcastle-on-Tyne and Durham Cathedral.
27432: GIBSON, JOHN. - Hexham Abbey. {Notes on Famous Churches and Abbeys)/
37493: GIBSON, WILLIAM SYDNEY. - Descriptive and Historical Notices of Some Remarkable Northumbrian Castles, Churches and Antiquities: in a series of visits to the ruined priory of Finchdale, the Abbey Church of Hexham...with biographical notices of eminent persons.
38617: GIBSON, REV. J. GEORGE (EDITED BY) - The Registers of Ebchester, in the County and Diocese of Durham. 1619-1812.
43566: GIBSON, WILLIAM RALPH. - History of Dore.
36633: GIDDEN, H W (EDITED BY). - The Steward's Books of Southampton. Vol I 1428-1434. Vol II 1434-1439. [Publications of the Southampton Record Society].
33986: GIFFORD, DAPHNE H & THE LATE W T MELLOWS. - Elizabethan Peterborough. The Dean and Chapter as Lords of the City (Part III of Tudor Documents). [The Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society Volume XVIII].
27819: GIFFORD, DAPHNE H & THE LATE W T MELLOWS. - Elizabethan Peterborough. The Dean and Chapter as Lords of the City (Part III of Tudor Documents). [The Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society Volume XVIII].
22709: GILBERT, W. S.; W. RUSSELL FLINT (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Gondoliers, or, The King of Barataria.
31972: GILBERT, BERNARD. - Bly Market: moving pictures of a market-day.
34655: GILBERT, KATHERINE. - Maurice Blondel's Philosophy of Action. 'University of North Carolina Studies in Philosophy, No. 1.'
22333: GILCHER, EDWIN. - A Bibliography of George Moore.
21253: GILES, W. B. AND G. D. - Yeoman Service. Contemporary cartoons of the Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry, 1870-1910. Compiled by P. J. R. Mileham.
23291: GILES, WILLIAM (COMPILER). - Catalogue of the Charters, House Books, Freemen's Rolls, Chamberlains', etc., Accounts, and other books, deeds, and old documents, belonging to the Corporation of York; together with report on their renovation.
35502: GILES, REV CHAUNCEY. - The Spiritual World, and our children there.
19330: CUNNISON J.; J. B. S. GILFILLAN (EDITORS). - The Third Statistical Account of Scotland [Vol. V]: Glasgow.
31047: GILFILLAN, REV GEORGE. - The Poetical Works of Goldsmith, Collins, and T Warton. With lives, critical dissertations, and explanatory notes.
37694: GILFILLAN, GEORGE, REV. (EDITOR). - A memoir of Thomas Ebenezer Taylor, (who died, aged 21 years.) by his father. With selections from his literary remains.
28572: GILL, E. LEONARD. - A First Guide to South African Birds.
32077: GILL, CONRAD & A S A BRIGGS. - History of Birmingham (2 Vols). Volume I: Manor and Borough to 1865. Volume II: Borough and City 1865-1938.
28249: GILL, ARTHUR A.R. - English Cathedral Churches Founding of York Minster
33600: GILL, CLAUDE S. (EDITOR). - The Old Wooden Walls: their construction, equipment, etc. Being an abridged edition of Falconer's celebrated Marine Dictionary.
37400: GILL, HARY. - The Village Church in the Olden Time.
38099: GILL, THOMAS. - Vallis Eboracensis: comprising the history and antiquities of Easingwold and its neighbourhood.
39037: GILL, RICHARD. - The Hanging Bridge, Manchester. Reprinted from the"Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society," 1890.
39829: GILLESPIE, WILLIAM HONYMAN. - The necessary existence of God. Prepared on behalf of the trustees of Mrs. Honyman Gillespie ... by James Urquhart ... With a supplementary chapter giving the views of modern philosophers regarding space, contributed by Rev. H. R. Mackintosh.
23575: GILLETT, EDWARD. - A History of Grimsby.
27158: GILLHAM, MARY E. - A Naturalist in New Zealand.
31553: GILLIES, STEWART & PAMELA TAYLOR. - Hendon. Child's Hill, Golders Green and Mill Hill. A Pictorial History.
35685: GILLIGAN, PROFESSOR ALBERT. - The Geology of the Appleby District.
27882: GILLIS, WILLIAM E (EDITED BY). - The Unpublished Poems of Robert Fergusson.
20469: GILMAN, NICHOLAS PAINE. - Profit Sharing between Employer and Employee: a study in the evolution of the wages system.
23167: GILMOUR, DAVID. - Paisley Weavers of Other Days, the Pen Folk, etc.
39287: GILMOUR, J. S. L. (EDITOR). - Thomas Johnson: botanical journeys in Kent & Hampstead. A facsimile reprint with introduction and translation of his Iter Plantarum 1629, Descriptio Itineris Plantarum 1632. 'Hunt Facsimile Series No. 3.'
26698: GILPIN, WILLIAM. - The Life of Bernard Gilpin, collected from his life, written by George Carleton, bishop of Chichester, from other printed accounts of the times he lived in, from original letters, and other authentic records.
22251: GILSON, ETIENNE. - L'Esprit de la Philosophie Medievale.
32031: GIRAUD, S. LOUIS - Bookano Zoo, Animal Life in Fact, Fancy and Fun. Living Models Series No.1.
32034: GIRAUD, S. LOUIS - Bookano Stories with pictures that spring up in model form. No. 9.
24924: GIRDLESTONE, C. M. - Essays Presented to C. M. Girdlestone.
27225: GIROUARD, MARK. - Life in the English Country House: a social and historical history.
28912: GISBORNE JUN, THOMAS. - An Address to the Electors of Derbyshire on the Recent Ministerial Crisis.
22842: GISSING, ALGERNON. - The Footpath-Way in Gloucestershire. With head and tail pieces by John Garside.
17281: GITTINGS, ROBERT - Memorials of John Flint South.
18018: GITTINGS, ROBERT. - John Keats: the living year 21 September 1818 to 21 September 1819.
36313: GIUDICE, GIUSEPPE. - An Italian Grammar for the Forces. [Not to be Sold].
30672: GIUSEPPI, M. S. - Guide to the Contents of the Public Record Office (3 Vols). [Comprising] Vol. 1. Legal Records, etc. Vol. 2. State Papers and Departmental Records. Vol. 3. Documents Transferreed, 1960-1966.
8687: GLADSTONE, W. E. - Authentic Report. Address delivered at the Distribution of Prizes in the Liverpool College, Dec 21, 1872.
33442: GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. - Inaugural Address. [To the principal, professors, and students of the University of Edinburgh.]
38318: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - Facts relating to slavery in the West Indies and America, contained in a letter addressed to ... Sir Robert Peel ...
38381: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - Corn Law repeal and our monetary system. ... To the editor of the "Montrose Standard."
38382: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - The exportation of gold. To the Lord Ashburton ... London.
38383: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - Tea duty. Copy of a letter addressed to the Editor of the Morning Post newspaper, London, on the 12th December, 1846 ...
38385: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - Colonial poverty and ministerial economy. To the Editor of the Montrose Standard.
38386: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - Protection for British navigation and native industry. To the Worshipful the Mayor of Liverpool.
38415: GLADSTONE, JOHN. - A statement of facts, connected with the present state of slavery in the British sugar and coffee colonies, and in the United States of America, together with a view of the present situation of the lower classes in the United Kingdom, contained in a letter addressed the The Right Hon. Sir Robert Peel ...
38354: GLADSTONE, W. E. - Speech delivered in the house of commons on the motion of Sir George Strickland, for the abolition of the negro apprenticeship, Friday, March 30, 1838. With an appendix.
40872: GLADSTONE, HUGH S. - Record Bags and Shooting Record. Together with some account of the evolution of the sporting-gun, marksmanship and the speed and weight of birds.
18981: GLADWIN, IRENE. - The Sheriff: the man and his office.
29385: GLASBERGEN, W. - Inventaria Archaeologica. The Netherlands. Graves containing beakers with protruding foot.
41432: GLASS, MATTHEW. - Some legends, traditions, and superstitions of Northumberland. A paper read ... before the Alnwick and District Association in London, at their monthly meeting on February 10th. 1896.
38365: GLASTONE, W. E. - An address delivered at the Saturday evening assembly of the working men of Chester, December 27, 1862, ... by the ... Chancellor of the Exchequer.
24471: GLEICHEN (CAPT. [ALFRED EDWARD WILFRED], COUNT) - Report on the Nile and Country between Dongola, Suakin, Kassala, and Omdurman ... Compiled in the Intelligence Division, War Office, by Capt. Count Gleichen ...
35715: GLENDINING, DOUGLAS (EDITED BY). - The Military and Naval Medal Magazine and Bric-A-Brac Journal. Vol II.
22015: GLENISTER, A. G. - The Birds of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore and Penang ...
26894: GLOAG, JOHN. - The Englishman's Castle: a history of houses, large and small, in town and country, from A.D. 100 to the present day. With drawings by Marjory Whittington.
31736: GLOVER, MICHAEL. - Rorke's Drift. A Victorian Epic.
26129: GLOVER, MICHAEL (EDITOR). - A Gentleman Volunteer: the letters of George Hennell from the Peninsular War, 1812-1813.
26143: GLOVER, MICHAEL. - A Very Slippery Fellow: the life of Sir Robert Wilson, 1777-1849.
36068: GLOVER, ALAN (COMPILED BY). - Gloriana's Glass.
21427: GLUBB, JOHN BAGOT, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR. - A Soldier with the Arabs.
18993: GOADBY, EDWIN. - The England of Shakespeare.
41232: GODART, JUSTIN. - L'Albanie en 1912. Preface de M. D'Estournelles de Constant.
20873: GODBER, JOYCE. - The Harpur Trust, 1552-1973.
35894: GODDARD, FRANK. - Lakeland Fells.
22442: GODDARD, WILLIAM. - A Satirycall Dialogue, or a sharplye-invective conference betweene Allexander the Great and that truely woman-hater Diogynes... ocvpyed from a unique copy in the British Museum. Edited by John S Farmer.
35272: GODDARD, T RUSSELL. - A Guide to the Farne Islands.
24055: GODDARD, EDWARD HUNGERFORD (COMPILER). - Wiltshire Bibliography: a catalogue of printed books, pamphlets and articles bearing on the history, topography and natural history of the county ...
30015: GODDARD, T. RUSSELL. - History of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne 1829-1929.
38211: GODDARD, DWIGHT - Principles and Practice of Mahayana Buddism. An interpretation of Professor Suzuki's translation of Ashvaghosha's awakening of faith.
39612: GODDEN, GEOFFREY A. - Stevengraphs, and other Victorian silk pictures.
27330: GODFREY-TURNER, L. - Old Temple Bar. Rambles and Reflections.
35422: GODFREY, JOHN T (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - Manuscripts relating to the County of Nottingham in the possession of Mr James Ward, Nottingham. Illustrated with portraits and facsimiles of original letters, documents and autographs.
31032: GODING, JOHN. - Norman's History of Cheltenham.
21346: GODON, JULIEN. - Painted Tapestry and Its Application to Interior Decoration. Practical lessons in tapestry painting with liquid colour. Translated by B. Bucknall, architect.
30806: GODSAL, PHILIP THOMAS, MAJOR. - The Storming of London and the Thames Valley Campaign: a military study of the conquest of Britain by the Angles.
31310: VAN GOGH, VINCENT. - Portrait of Provence. With introduction and descriptive notes by David Piper.
37332: GOLBORNE, JOHN. - The Report of John Golborne, Engineer, concerning the drainage of the North Level of the Fens and the Outfal of the Wisbeach River.
33317: GOLDING, HARRY (EDITOR). - The Wonder Book of Why & What?: answers to children's questions. 'Wonder Books Series.'
38818: GOLDNEY, FREDERICK HASTINGS. - A History of Freemasonry in Wiltshire. Including an account of the Provincial Grand Lodge and its subordinate lodges, and a roll of the Grand Officers of the province, and lists of the Worshipful Masters ... Also an account of the Provincial Grand Royal Arch Chapter and its dependent chapters, etc.
33741: GOLDONI, CARLO. - The Liar. A Comedy in Three Acts. Translated from the Italian by Grace Lovat Fraser.
33754: GOLDRING, DOUGLAS. - A Tour of Northumbria.
1900: GOLDSMID, EDMUND (ED). - Lucina sine concubitu. A letter addressed to the Royal Society; in which is proved, by most uncontestable evidence, drawn from reason and practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man.
34800: GOLDSMID, EDMUND (EDITED BY). - Lucina Sine Concubitu. A letter addressed to the Royal Society; in which is proved, by most incontestable evidence, drawn from reason and practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed, without any commerce with man. Collectanea Adamantaea VII.
37605: GOLDSMID, EDMUND (EDITED BY). - Edward Webbe, Chief Master Gunner, His Trauailes 1590. [Bibliotheca Curiosa].
23923: GOLDSMITH, OLIVER. - The Traveller. With thirty illustrations expressly designed for The Art-Union of London.
36821: GOLEA, TRAIAN. - Transylvania. An answer to US Senator Moynihan and to John Lukacs and all other Hungarian Revisionists.
33270: GOLLANCZ, ISRAEL (EDITOR). - The Love Letters of Dorothy Osborne to Sir William Temple, newly edited from the original MSS. 'The King's Classics Series.'
16673: GOMME, GEORGE LAURENCE. - Ethnology in Folklore.
24814: GOMME, GEORGE LAURENCE (EDITOR). - The Gentleman's Magazine Library: being a classified collection of the chief contents of the Gentleman's Magazine from 1731 to 1868. English Topography.
35865: GOMME, GEORGE LAURENCE (EDITOR.) - The Gentleman's Magazine Library: ... English Topography, Part III. (Derbyshire [Devonshire] Dorsetshire.)
25878: GONCHAROV, IVAN. - The Voyage of the Frigate Pallada. Edited and translated by N. W. Wilson.
29921: DE GONCOURT, E. AND J. - Premiere Amoreuse. [With] Un Aqua-fortiste; La Revendeuse de Macon; Le Passeur de Maguelonne; L'Organiste de Langres. Illustrations by A Calbet. "Collection Lotus Bleu."
42432: GONSON, SIR JOHN. - Sir John Gonson's five charges to several grand juries viz. I. To the Grand Jury of the City and Liberty of Westminster, &c. at the General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace, held the Twenty fourth Day of April, 1728. II. To the Grand Jury of the said City and Liberty, at the General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace, held the Eleventh Day of July, 1728. III. To the Grand Jury of the Royalty of the Tower of London, and the Liberties and Precincts thereof, at the General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace, held for the said Royalty, the Sixteenth Day of July, 1728. IV. To the Grand Jury of the City and Liberty of Westminster, &c. at the General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace, held the Ninth Day of October, 1728. V. To the Grand Jury of the said City and Liberty, at the General Quarter-Sessions of the Peace, held the Third Day of July, 1729. Printed at the Desire of the Justices of the Peace in both the said Commissions, and of the respective grand juries.
29018: GOOCH, G.P. - British Foreign Policy Since The War. Historical Association Pamphlet, No. 102.
23303: GOOD, RONALD. - The Old Roads of Dorset (new enlarged edition).
26480: GOOD, RONALD. - A Geographical Handbook of the Dorset Flora. Including a chapter on The Soils of Dorset by K. L. Robinson...
28832: GOODCHILD, J G. - The Carboniferous Conglomerates of the Basin of the Eden. [From the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society for November 1874].
38298: GOODCHILD, J. G. (EDITOR). - Transactions of the Cumberland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science. Part V. - 1879-80. [Including] Distribution of Boulders in West Cumberland [and] The Influence of Geological Structure on Scenery. By J. D. Kendall.
38299: GOODCHILD, J. G. (EDITOR). - Transactions of the Cumberland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science. Part VI. - 1880-81. [Including:] The Grasses of Mid-Cumberland. By Archibald Kitchin; Observations on the Flowering Plants of West Cumberland. By J. Adair; The Lichens of Cumberland. By the Rev. W. Johnson.
38301: GOODCHILD, J. G. (EDITOR). - Transactions of the Cumberland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science. Part XIV. - 1888-89. [Including:] Recollections of the Keswick Post Office, Past and Present. By J. Fisher Crosthwaite. The History of the River Eden and of some Rivers adjacent. By J. G. Goodchild.
30003: GOODFELLOW, JAMES. - The Print of His Shoe: forty years' missionary experience in the Southside of Edinburgh. With an introductory note by Alexander Smellie.
22976: GOODLAND, NORMAN. - Thicways and Athirt: a countryman's diary.
22554: GOODWIN, JAMES (EDITOR). - Six Ballads, with burdens. From MS. No. CLXVIII. in the library of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
26847: GOODWIN, A. (EDITOR). - The European Nobility in the Eighteenth Century: studies of the nobilities of the major European states in the pre-Reform era.
27766: GOODWIN, GORDON. - British Mezzotinters: James McArdell.

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