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42571: GRAHAM, WILLIAM, PROFESSOR OF JURISPRUDENCE, ETC., IN QUEEN'S COLLEGE, BELFAST - Idealism: an essay, metaphysical and critical.
38852: GRAHAM, ALEXANDER - A History of Freemasonry in the Province of Shropshire. And of the Salopian Lodge, 262, with an introduction by Bro. W.J. Hughan.
41612: GRAHAM, FRANK. - Hexham and Corbridge. A short history and guide.
41624: GRAHAM, FRANK. - The old halls and inns of Northumberland.
40508: GRAHAM, G. GORDON. - The Flora and Vegetation of County Durham. Watsonian Vice-County 66.
21796: GRAHAME, GEORGE. - Claude Lorrain: painter and etcher.
27775: GRAHAME, CLEMENTINA STIRLING. - Mystifications. Edited by John Brown.
23260: GRAINGE, WILLIAM. - The Castles and Abbeys of Yorkshire: a historical and descriptive account of the most celebrated ruins in the county.
26228: GRAINGE, WILLIAM. - The History and Topography of the Townships of Little Timble, Great Timble and the Hamlet of Snowden, in the West Riding of the County of York.
30291: GRAINGE, WILLIAM. - Yorkshire Longevity: or, records and biographical anecdotes of persons who have attained to extreme old age within that county.
37755: GRAINGE, WILLIAM. - Yorkshire Longevity: or records and biographical anecdotes of persons who have attained to extreme old age within that county.
41524: GRAINGE, WILLIAM. - Fairfax Dĉmonologia: A discourse on witchcraft as it was acted in the family of Mr. Edward Fairfax. of Fuyston, in the county of York, in the year 1621. Along with two eclogues of the same author known to be in existence, with a biographical introduction, and notes topographical and illustrative.
40541: GRAINGE, WILLIAM. - The Scottish Pedlar; a tale of the Yorkshire moorlands.
19092: GRAND-CARTERET, JOHN. - Galanteries XVIIIe Siecle. Vers, proses, images.
40932: GRANGER, JAMES. - Old Nottingham: its streets, people, &c. Reprinted from the Nottingham Daily Express, November 7th, 1901.-June 2nd, 1902.
20869: GRANT, JULIA M.; KATHERINE H. MCCUTCHEON; ETHEL F. SAUNDERS (EDITORS). - St. Leonards School, 1877-1927.
21657: GRANT, RODERICK. - The Great Canal.
22723: GRANT, U. S. - Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant.
24750: GRANT, J. C. - Plough and Coble.
24751: GRANT, J. C. - The Keeper of the Lodge.
32115: GRANT, FRANCIS J (EDITED BY). - The Manual of Heraldry. A concise description of the several terms used, and containing a dictionary of every designation in the science.
31580: GRANT, NEIL. - Village London. Past and Present. In association with the Francis Frith Collection.
31113: GRANT, JAMES. - Thoughts on the Origin and Descent of the Gael. With an account of the Picts, Caledonians, and Scots; and observations relative to the authenticity of the poem of Ossian.
31570: GRANT, DOUGLAS (EDITED BY). - The Phanseys of William Cavendish Marquis of Newcastle. Addressed to Margaret Lucas and her letters in reply.
28476: GRANT, I. F. - Highland Folk Ways.
24749: GRANT, J. C. - The Preacher on the Moor.
37932: GRANT, WILLIAM - The Pronunciation of English in Scotland.
40902: GRANT-FRANCIS, COL. GEORGE. - The smelting of copper in the Swansea district of south Wales. From the time of Elizabeth to the present day.
24722: GRANVILLE, A. B. - Spas of England, and Principal Sea-Bathing Places. 1: the North. With a new introduction by Geoffrey Martin.
31008: GRANVILLE, A B. - The Spas of England, and Principal Sea-Bathing Places.
37452: GRAPPIN, HENRI. - Pologne Et Lithuanie.
27099: GRAS, NORMAN SCOTT BRIEN AND ETHEL CILBERT. - The Economic and Social History of an English Village (Crawley, Hampshire) A.D. 909-1928. 'Harvard Economic Studies Vol. 34.'
32735: GRAVES, CHARLES & HENRY LONGHURST. - Candid Caddies. Introduced by Bernard Darwin. Illustrated by Bert Thomas.
34442: GRAY, TOM & ARTHUR MILLARD (EDITED BY). - Official Guide to the County of Cumberland 1962-1963. Issued under the authority of the Cumberland County Council.
26507: GRAY, ALEXANDER, PROFESSOR. - Dinner to Professor Alexander Gray on the occasion of his leaving Aberdeen.
26820: GRAY, IRVINE; ELIZABETH RALPH (EDITORS). - Guide to the Parish Records of the City of Bristorl and the County of Gloucester. Publications of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Records Section Volume 5.
30875: GRAY, THOMAS (TRANSCRIBED BY) & ERIC BURLEY (EDITED BY). - Bishop Nicolson's Diary (1703-4) Part II. [Reprinted from the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions Vol L New Series].
30128: GRAY, THOMAS. - An Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard.
32252: GRAY, JOHN EDWARD. - Hand-List of Seals, Morses, Sea-Lions, and Sea-Bears in the British Museum.
24970: GRAY, LEONARD. - Deutsche Dampfschiffahrts-Gesellschaft 'Hansa', 85 years of shipping under the Maltese Cross: portrait of a major German shipping company.
42103: GRAY, F. S.; J. W. WALKER. - A History of Wakefield Cathedral, with a description of the eastern extension and an account of its consecration and octave.
33908: GREATREX, JOAN (EDITED BY). - Account Rolls of the Obedientiaries of Peterborough.
20967: GREBAN, ARNOUL. - The Nativity. Translated by Shelley Sewall.
18989: GREEN, J. R., MRS. - Town Life in the Fifteenth Century (2 Vols).
36204: GREEN, EMANUEL. - Henry Fielding His Works: an independent criticism.
22981: GREEN, HENRY. - Knutsford, Its Traditions and History: with reminiscences, anecdotes, and notices of the neighbourhood.
24691: GREEN, JOHN. - Tales and Ballads of Wearside.
33035: GREEN, DAVID G. - Power and Party in an English City. An account of the Single Part Rule. [New Local Government Series No 20].
30845: GREEN, BRAIN. - Dulwich Village.
29207: GREEN, NIGEL. - More Crimes of Yesteryear: a collection of murders and mysteries from Northumberland and old County Durham.
30384: GREEN, EMANUEL. - On the Poor and Some Attempts to Lower the Price of Corn in Somerset. [From the Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club Proceedings].
32541: GREEN, JAMES T & ROBERT J FLINTOFF. - Rookeries and Roosts and the Desertion of Rookeries. An Ecological Study (2 Items). [Reprinted from the North Western Naturalist for September & December 1939, and December 1940].
35669: GREEN, EMANUEL. - The March of William Orange through Somerset, with a notice of other local events in the time of King James II. AD 1688.
18874: GREEN, SAMUEL G. - Addresses to Children, with introductory suggestions to ministers and teachers.
24820: GREENALL, R. L. (COMPILER AND EDITOR). - Northamptonshire Life 1914-39: a photographic survey.
3787: GREENE, GRAHAM. - It's a Battlefield.
17892: GREENHILL, GUILIELMUS ALEXANDER (EDITOR). - Thomae Sydenham, M.D., Opera Omnia.
34625: GREENHOW, EDWARD HEADLAM. - On Diptheria.
26502: GREENOCK. - A Memorial Record of Men of Greenock who fell in the Great War, 1914-1918.
31488: SCOTTS AT GREENOCK. - Two Centuries of Shipbuilding.
16880: GREENSLADE, REV. S. L. - The Work of William Tindale with an essay on 'Tindale and the English Language' by G. D. Bone.
42739: GREENUP, GWORDIE, PSEUD. - Cumbrian rhymes, a series of stories and scraps in dialect verse.
37241: GREENWELL, WILLIAM. - Durham Cathedral.
24697: GREENWELL, G. C. - A Glossary of Terms Used in the Coal Trade of Northumberland and Durham.
38621: GREENWELL, WILLIAM, REV. (EDITOR). - The Registers of St. Mary in the South Bailey, in the City of Durham. Vol. XVII. Baptisms, 1560-1812. Marriages, 1559-1812. Burials, 1559-1812.
34557: GREENWOOD, MAJOR. - Some British Pioneers of Social Medicine. 'University of London Heath Clark Lectures, 1946 ...'
28174: GREENWOOD, M & C BOLTON. - Bolland Forest and the Hodder Valley. A History.
32734: GREENWOOD, GEORGE W. - Golf Really Explained. [No 3 of Foulsham's Sports History].
34316: GREENWOOD, MAJOR. - Medical Statistics from Graunt to Farr. The Fitzpatrick Lectures for the years 1941 and 1943, delivered at the Royal College of Physicians of London in February 1943.
40163: GREENWOOD, JOHN BESWICKE. - The early ecclesiastical history of Dewsbury, in the West-Riding of the County of York: including a sketch of the introduction of Christianity into Northumbria. To which are added, with notes, Dr. Whitaker's account of Dewsbury, from his "Loidis and Elmete;" and his dissertation on the origin and progress of domestic architecture: from his "History of Whalley:" and an account of the Savile family of Lupset, Thornhill, and Howley.
39393: GREGOR, FRANCIS. - The works of Francis Gregor, of Trewarthennick, Esq.
40937: GREGORY, J. W. - The story of the road from the beginning down to A.D. 1931.
19762: GRELIER, JOSEPH. - To the Source of the Orinoco.
25832: GRENFELL, WILFRED THOMASON. - Northern Neighbours.
21041: GRENFELL, JOYCE; KATHARINE MOORE. - An Invisible Friendship: an exchange of letters 1957-1979.
4562: GRENVILLE, LORD. - Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Grenville, in the House of Lords, November 30, 1819, on the Marquis of Lansdowne's motion, that a select committee be appointed to inquire into the state of the country, and more particularly into the distresses and discontents prevalent in the manufacturing districts ...
8678: GRESLEY, REV. W. - The Real Danger of the Church of England.
8851: GRESWELL, REV. WILLIAM H.P. - Dumnonia and The Valley of the Parret. A Historical Retrospect.
16588: GREY, C., LIEUT-GENERAL. - The Early Years of His Royal Highness, the Prince Consort, compiled under the direction of Her Majesty The Queen.
17169: GREY, ZANE - The Young Lion Hunter.
27155: GREY, SIR EDWARD AND LADY. - The Cottage Book: the undiscovered country diary of an Edwardian statesman.
31238: GREY, HOWARD; GRAHAM STUART. - The Victorians by the Sea.
31246: GREY, CECIL AND MARGERY. - The Bed, or the Clinophile's Vade Mecum. Decorated by Michael Ayrton.
38460: GREY, JOHN, DILSTON. - An account of some experiments with guano and other manures, on turnips, &c. &c.
16571: GRIBBLE, FRANCIS. - The Romance of the Men of Devon.
36018: GRIERSON, ELIZABETH. - Durham. Tales of English Minsters.
31015: GRIERSON, MAJOR-GENERAL J M. - Records of the Scottish Volunteer Force 1859-1908.
32235: GRIERSON, GEORGE ABRAHAM, SIR. (COMPILER). - Linguistic Survey of India. Vol. I. Supplement II. Addenda et Corrigenda Minora.
32245: GRIERSON, GEORGE ABRAHAM, SIR (COMPILER). - Linguistic Survey of India. Index of Language-Names.
26553: GRIFFIN, ALAN R. - The Miners of Nottinghamshire 1914-1944: a history of the Nottinghamshire Miners' Unions.
41862: GRIFFITH, GEORGE. - Reminiscences and records, during ten years' residence in the midland counties, from 1869 to 1880.
30633: GRIFFITHS, J. F. - A Rainfall Map of Eastern Africa and Southern Arabia. East African Meteorological Department. Memoirs. Vol. III. No. 10 (1963).
42061: GRIMBLE, AUGUSTUS. - Highland sport. Illustrated by Archibald Thorburn.
27961: GRIMES, W F. - The Prehistory of Wales. [Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Cymro National Musuem of Wales].
35863: GRIMES, W. F. - The Excavation of Roman and Mediaeval London.
29577: GRIMSON, JOHN. - The North Sea Coasts of England.
19449: GRIMWOOD, ETHEL ST. CLAIR. - My Three Years in Manipur and Escape from the Recent Mutiny.
26229: GRINLING, CHARLES H. - The History of the Great Northern Railway 1845-1895.
31542: GRINSELL, L V. - Studies in the History of Swindon.
21277: GRISCOM, JOHN H., M.D. - The Uses and Abuses of Air: showing its influence in sustaining life, and producing disease; with remarks on the ventilation of houses, ...
28573: GRISCOM, LUDLOW (TEXT). - Audubon's Birds of America.
16506: GROBER, KARL. - Children's Toys of Bygone Days. A history of playthings of all peoples from prehistoric times to the XIXth Century.
30475: GRONOW, J. - A review of England and Wales in which historical events of every town, village and place are briefly expressed; for the amusement and instruction of those who are interested in the history of times that have passed away.
30491: GROSVENOR, R C. - Hall End Colliery Explosion. Report...on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred at the Hall End Colliery, on the 6th September 1884. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty
39754: DURHAM COUNTY JOINT CURRICULUM STUDY GROUP. - The Architecture of Durham Cathedral.
41572: DURHAM HISTORY CURRICULUM STUDY GROUP. - "Steady as a Rock": the D.L.I. at war, 1939-1945. 'Approaches to History Series.'
30024: GRUNWALD, KURT. - Studies in the History of the German Jews in Global Banking. 'The Jewish Economic History Project.'
39257: COLLIERY GUARDIAN. - Abstract of the report of the Prussian Commission on falls of stone and coal. (... translated from the German ... revised ... with additions ...)
38728: COLDSTREAM GUARDS. - Presentation of the Colours to the First Battalion by His Majesty the King at Buckingham Palace 29th May, 1907. [Including] The Record of the Coldstream Guards. By Major Raymond Marker, D.S.O.
24168: GUERDIN, RENE. - Byzantium: its triumphs and tragedy. Translated by D. L. B. Hartley.
39107: GUEST, JOHN. - Relics and records of men and manufactures at or in the neighbourhood of Rotherham, in the county of York. A paper read on the 27th March, 1865, before the members of the Rotherham Literary & Scientific Society.
19363: SCOTTISH GUIDE. - History of the Abbey and Palace of Holyrood.
26301: DURHAM GUIDE. - A Sketch of Durham for the use of visitors and others.
32697: TOWN GUIDE. - Durham Official Guide and Souvenir. Issued by authority of the Durham City Chamber of Trade.
41052: DURHAM GUIDE. - The illustrated guide to Durham and its vicinity.
41053: DURHAM GUIDE. - The illustrated guide to Durham and its vicinity.
38756: ALGERIA HOLIDAY GUIDE. - Winter in Algiers and Hotel St George.
39660: ILLUSTRATED GUIDE. - The illustrated guide to Durham and its vicinity.
33440: LAKE DISTRICT GUIDE. - [A Guide to the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire; with a sketch of Carlisle.]
41764: DURHAM GUIDE. - A brief sketch of Durham, for the use of visitors and others.
41493: YORK GUIDE. - The stranger's guide through the City of York and its Cathedral.
43034: SCOTTISH GUIDE. - Pearson's gossipy guide to the Western Highlands including Oban, Inverness, Fort William, Portree, etc., etc.
43036: RAILWAY GUIDE. - Handbook to the Highland section of the London Midland and Scottish Railway and to the West Coast, Orkney Islands, &c. Season 1938.
41765: DURHAM GUIDE. - The illustrated guide to Durham and its vicinity.
29946: OFFICIAL GUIDES. - Budleigh Salterton; Combe Martin; Dymchurch; Ilfracombe; Hove.
24112: GUILFORD, EVERARD L. - A History of Abel Collin's Charity, Nottingham; to which are appended notes on Jonathan Labray's and Luke Jackson's charities, and the Bonsall School Trust. With an introduction by A S L Melville and a concluding chapter by Thomas Gallimore ...
8698: GUIZOT, M. - On the Causes of the Success of the English Revolution, 1640-88. With a biographical sketch by the Author.
42699: GULVIN, CLIFFORD. - The Scottish hosiery and knitwear industry: 1680-1980.
21344: GUNNING, FRANCES A. (ILLUMINATOR). - A Sequence of Symbols. [For the chief festivals and seasons of the church].
26620: GUNNIS, RUPERT. - Dictionary of British Sculptors, 1660-1851.
22964: GUPPY, HENRY (INTRODUCTION). - English Incunabula in the John Rylands Library: a catalogue of books printed in England and of English books printed abroad between the years 1475 and 1500 ...
39825: GURNEY, W. B., TAKEN IN SHORT HAND BY. - Report of the proceedings at the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Berks, held at Reading, January 16, 1811, on the appeal of William Kent, against a conviction of William Henry Price, Esq. in the penalty of 20l for teaching and praying in a meeting, or conventicle, held in an unihabited house, in other manner than according to the liturgy of the Church of England, Where five persons or more were present
40935: GURNHILL, REV. J. - A monograph on the Gainsborough parish registers.
30489: GUTHRIE, CHARLES J & J M RONALDSON. - Explosion at Quarter Colliery. Report...on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred in the Quarter Colliery, Denny, Stirlingshire, on the 26th April 1895. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty.
28472: GUTHRIE, CHARLES JOHN. - John Knox and John Knox's House.
37816: GUTHRIE, THOMAS. - Seed-Time & Harvest of Ragged Schools, or a third plea, with new editions of the first & second pleas.
34721: GUTTMANN, DR PAUL. - A Handbook of Physical Diagnosis. Comprising the throat, thorax, and abdomen. [The New Sydenham Society Vol LXXXIV].
37786: GYP, PSEUD. (MME RIQUETTI DE MIRABEAU COMTESSE DE MARTEL DE JANVILLE). - Ohe! Les Dirigeants! Images coloriees du Petit Bob.
20668: HAANEL, EUGENE, SUPERINTENDANT OF MINES. - On the Location and Examination of Magnetic Ore Deposits by Magnetometric Measurements.
22604: HAANEL, B. F. - Report on the Utilization of Peat Fuel for the Production of Power: being a record of experiments conducted at the Fuel Testing Station, Ottawa, 1910-1911.
20471: HABAKKUK, H. J. - American and British Technology in the Nineteenth Century: the search for labour-saving devices.
37174: HABERSHON, ADA R. - The Bible and the British Museum.
25324: HABERSHON, MATTHEW HENRY. - Chapeltown Researches, Archaeological and Historical; including old-time memories of Thorncliffe, its ironworks and collieries, and their antecedents.
5558: HABES, GILBERT H. - The Romance of a Bookshop.
42234: HACKWOOD, FREDERICK WILLIAM. - Staffordshire Curiosities & Antiquities ... Limited issue. Reprinted from the "Staffordshire Chronicle," ...
21785: HADFIELD, ROBERT A., SIR. - The Work and Position of the Metallurgical Chemist, also references to Sheffield and its place in metallurgy. Being an address ... delivered before the Sheffield Association of Metallurgists and Metallurgical Chemists ... on Monday, October 24th, 1921.
25784: HADFIELD, JACK. - Vegetable Gardening in Central Africa.
27266: HADFIELD, ALAN. - Spring in Wensleydale, and other poems, mainly in free rhythm. Illustrated by Marjorie Malins.
37849: HADFIELD, GEORGE - The Expediency of Relieving the Bishops from attendance in Parliament, Illustrated by Episocal Speeches and Votes in the Irish Church Debates of 1868 and 1869 with an Introductory Review by a Manchester Reformer.
42503: HADWEN, WALTER ROBERT. - A reply to Professor Schafer on the subject of "The origin of life". Reprinted from the Abolitionist.
30153: HAGGAR, REGINALD G. - The Masons of Lane Delph, and the origins of Masons Patent Ironstone China.
35674: HAGGARD, LILIAS RIDER. - To Late for Tears.
34315: HAGGERTY, ROBERT J.; KLAUS J. ROGHMANN; IVAN B. PLESS. - Child Health and the Community.
25781: HAILEY, MALCOLM, 1ST BARON. - An African Survey: a study of problems arising in Africa South of the Sahara. Issued by The Committee of the African Research Survey under the auspices of the R.I.I.A.
29025: HAIMAN, MIECISLAUS & KELLY, ERIC.P. - Polish Pioneers of Pennsylvania & The Hopes of All the Poles of the World. 2 Items. Annals of the Polish Roman Catholic Union Archives and Museum Vol. VI.
35949: HAINES, R M. - Calendar of the Register of Adam Orleton, Bishop of Worcester 1327-1333. [Historical Manuscripts Commission JP No 27].
29143: HAIR, JACK; ALAN HARRISON (COMPILERS).. - Around Stanley.
39054: HAIR, T. H. - Sketches of the Coal Mines in Northumberland and Durham.
39055: HAIR, T. H. - Sketches of the Coal Mines in Northumberland and Durham.
21491: HAKE, A. EGMONT (INTRODUCTION AND NOTES). - The Journals of Major-Gen. C. G. Gordon, C.B., at Kartoum. Printed from the original MSS.
23113: HALDANE, A. R. B. - Three Centuries of Scottish Posts: an historical survey to 1836.
34256: HALE, LIONEL. - Hedley of Newcastle. From the accesion of Queen Victoria 1837 to the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1953.
36880: HALICZ, EMANUEL. - Polish National Liberation Struggles and the Genesis of the Modern Nation. Translated from the Polish by Roger A Clarke.
23343: HALIFAX. - Institutions and Charitable Agencies of Halifax.
23314: HALIFAX. - The Story of the Town that Bred Us; the centenary book of Halifax, 1848-1948.
8935: HALL, HUBERT. - Society in the Elizabethan Age.
8936: HALL, HUBERT. - Court Life Under The Plantagenets (Reign of Henry the Second).
20510: HALL, DAVID. - An Epistle to Friends in Great Britain, or elsewhere, ...
20970: HALL, S. C. (EDITOR). - The Book of British Ballads. With preliminary remarks to each ballad, and an introduction by Park Benjamin.
21395: HALL, PAT. - What a Way to Win a War: the story of No. 11 Coy. M.T.C., and 5-0-2 M.A.C., A.T.S., 1940-1945.
23327: HALL, T. WALTER (COMPILER). - A Descriptive Catalogue of Early Charters Relating to Lands in and near Sheffield with illustrations, genealogies and notes.
24206: HALL, TOM S. - Tramping Holidays in Scotland. Twelve walking tours described in detail.
24958: HALL, B. T. - Our Sixty Years: the story of The Working Men's Club and Institute Union. Together with brief impressions of the men of the movement ...
25170: HALL, W, S, - A Historical Survey of the Durham Colliery Mechanics' Association, 1879-1929.
25631: HALL, HUBERT (EDITOR). - A Formula Book of English Official Historical Documents. Part I. Diplomatic Documents: selected and transcribed by a seminar of the London School of Economics.
25964: HALL, MARSHALL. - The Artists of Northumbria: an illustrated dictionary of Northumberland, Newcastle upon Tyne, Durham and North East Yorkshire painters, sculptors, draughtsman and engravers born between 1625 and 1900.
33952: HALL, E VINE. - Testamentary Papers II. Wills from Shakespeare's Town and Time. [Second Series].
27310: HALL, T WALTER. - Etton an East Yorkshire Village. Time 1170 to 1482.
28494: HALL, MARSHALL. - The Artists of Cumbria: an illustrated dictionary of Cumberland, Westmorland, North Lancahire and North West Yorkshire painters, sculptors, draughtsman and engravers born between 1615 and 1900.
29100: HALL, REV. PETER. - Picturesque Memorials of Salisbury. A series of original etchings and vignettes, illustrative of the most interesting buildings, and other remains of antiquity in that city and neighbourhood. T o which is prefixed a brief history of old and new sarum.
30738: HALL, S. C., MR. AND MRS. - The Book of the Thames, from its rise to its fall.
28773: BRAMALL HALL. - Bramall Hall. [Hazel Grove & Bramhall Urban District Council].
32572: HALL, R. - Local Names of Gloucestershire.
32804: HALL, CHARLES A. - Plant Life.
34506: HALL, HENRY. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Liverpool District (no 7) 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].
34522: HALL, HENRY. - Mines. Report...for the Liverpool District (no 7), 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].
35015: HALL, GEORGE ROME, REV. - Memoir on the History and Architecture of Chipchase Castle, North Tynedale. [From the Natural History Transactions of Northumberland and Durham, Vol. V., 1877.]
24620: HALL, IVAN AND ELISABETH. - Historic Beverley.
37484: HALL, T WALTER & A HERMANN THOMAS. - Descriptive Catalogue of the Charters, Rolls, Deeds, Pedigrees, Pamphlets, Newspapers, Monumental Inscriptions, Maps, and Miscellaneous Papers formin the Jackson Collection at Sheffield Public Reference Library.
37487: HALL, T WALTER. - The Aula in Hallam. A Seneschal of Hallamshire, Tickhill Castle, Owlerton Manor in Sheffield. [South Yorkshire Historical Sketches].
34162: HALL, HENRY. - Mines. Report of Henry Hall, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Liverpool District (No 7), 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.
34209: HALL, HENRY. - Mines. Report of Henry Hall Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Liverpool District (No 7) 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.
37551: HALL, B. T. - Hodgson Pratt & his work for the Workmen's Club Movement. Second annual memorial lecture, 1913.
37696: HALL, SPENCER T. - The Peak and the Plain: scenes in woodland, field, and mountain.
41031: HALL, JAMES. - A guide to Glendale.
40078: HALL, T. WALTER (COMPILER). - A descriptive catalogue of ancient charters & instruments relating to lands near Sheffield in the counties of York, Derby, Nottingham & Lincoln with genealogies and notes.
42385: HALL, E VINE. - Testamentary Papers I. Wills from Shakespeare's Town and Time.
41390: HALL, NEWMAN. - Hymns composed at Bolton Abbey, and other rhymes.
23328: HALL, T. WALTER (COMPILER). - Descriptive Catalogue of Charters, Copy Court Rolls and Deeds forming part of the Wheat Collection at ... Sheffield. Also others from private collections, with abstracts of Sheffield wills proved at York from 1560 to 1566 and 285 genealogies deduced therefrom.
40470: HALL, JAMES. - A guide to Wooler, and neighbourhood.
40804: HALL, GLADYS (ILLUSTRATOR); NORA PITT-TAYLOR (TEXT). - The Adventures of Susannah. 'Dean's Grand Prize Sries No. 6'
19874: HALLENDORFF, CARL; ADOLF SCHUCK. - History of Sweden.
3510: HALLIDAY, W.R. - Folklore Studies, ancient and modern.
42050: HALLIDAY, JOSEPH. - Just Ordinary, but ... an autobiography. With a foreword by Charles F. Grey, M.P.
16585: HALLIWELL, J. O. - The Voyage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, KT. Which treateth of the way to Hierusalem; and of marvayles of Inde, with other ilands and countryes, with introduction, additional notes, and glossary.
9309: HALLIWELL, J.O. - The Voyage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile which traeteth of the way to Hierusalem; and of marvayles of Inde, with other ilands and countryes.
22553: HALLIWELL, JAMES ORCHARD (EDITOR). - Poetical Miscellanies from a Manuscript Collection of the Time of James I.
22574: HALLIWELL, JAMES ORCHARD. - An Historical Sketch of the Provincial Dialects of England, illustrated by numerous examples. Extracted from the Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words.
22805: HALLIWELL, JAMES ORCHARD. - An Introduction to Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream.
22813: HALPIN, N. J., REV. - Oberon's Vision in the Midsummer-Night's Dream, illustrated by a comparison with Lylie's Endymion.
20931: HALSBAND, ROBERT. - Lord Hervey, Eighteenth-Century Courtier.
35277: HAMAND, L A. - A Little Guide to Malvern Priory Church.
29413: HAMAND, L A. - A Little Guide to Malvern Priory Church.
21487: HAMER, W. S. - The British Army: civil-military relations, 1885-1905.
32291: HAMER, JOHN L. - The Falls and Caves of Ingleton. Dalesman Pocket Books, No. 2.
30996: HAMER, JOHN L. - The Falls and Caves of Ingleton. [Dalesman Pocket Books 2].
30995: HAMER, JOHN L. - Bentham and Beyond.
27947: HAMER, JOHN L. - The Falls and Caves of Ingleton. [Dalesman Pocket Books 2].
42126: HAMERTON, PHILIP GILBERT. - Drawing & engraving. A brief exposition of technical principles & practice. With numerous illustrations selected or commissioned by the author.
42258: HAMILTON, MILTON WHEATON. - The country printer, New York State, 1785-1830. With a new introduction by Ralph Adams Brown.
15885: HAMILTON, WALTER. - Dated Book Plates (Ex Libris) with a treatise on their origin and development.
8917: HAMILTON, JOSEPH, REV. - Johnson's Dictionary of the English Language, in Miniature. To which are added, an alphabetical account of the heathen deities; a list of cities, boroughs, and market towns, in England and Wales; and a copius chronology.
17115: HAMILTON, JOHN - On Truth and Error: thoughts, in prose and verse, on the priciples of truth, and the causes and effects of error.
21813: HAMILTON, ELIZABETH - Translation of the Letters of a Hindoo Rajah; written to, and during the period of his residence in England. To which is prefixed a preliminary dissertation on the history, religion, and manners, of the Hindoos (2 volumes).
35618: HAMILTON, JAMES. - Memoirs of the Life of James Wilson, Esq. ... of Woodville.
24559: HAMLEY, W. G. - A New Sea and An Old Land: being papers suggested by a visit to Egypt at the end of 1869.
19790: HAMMOND, L. DAVIS (EDITOR). - News from New Cythera: a report of Bougainville's voyage 1766-1769.
33514: HAMMOND, NIGEL. - Rural Life in the Vale of the White Horse 1780-1914. A Berkshire Book.
20283: HAMPSHIRE, GWEN (EDITOR). - The Bodleian Library Account Book 1613-1646.
29740: HAMPSON, CHARLES P. - Salford Through the Ages. The 'Fons et Origo' of an Industrial City. Introduction by the Rev Canon Peter Green.
31929: HANCORN, J. R. - Observations on a New Remedy for Consumption; suggested by Dr. Ulric Palmedo of Berlin.
42898: HAND, CHARLES R. - The old hutte at Halewood.
5380: GEOGRAPHICAL HANDBOOK. - French Equatorial Africa and Cameroons.
27118: HEREFORD HANDBOOK. - Hereford Shopping Week and Industries Exhibition, April 11th to 16th, 1921. Official Handbook.
20271: HANDLEY-TAYLOR, GEOFFREY. - John Masefield, O.M., the Queen's Poet Laureate: a bibliography and eighty-first birthday tribute.
20290: HANDLEY-TAYLOR, GEOFFREY; TIMOTHY D'ARCH SMITH (COMPILERS). - C. Day-Lewis the Poet Laureate: a bibliography. With a letter of introduction by W. H. Auden.
22688: HANDLEY-TAYLOR, GEOFFREY; TIMOTHY D'ARCH SMITH (COMPILERS). - C. Day-Lewis, the Poet Laureate: a bibliography. With a letter of introduction by W. H. Auden.
39604: HANDLEY-TAYLOR, GEOFFREY (COMPILER). - John Masefield, ... a bibliography ... 'Poets Laureate Series No. 1.'
26740: HANET-CLERY, JEAN-BAPTISTE CANT. - Journal de ce qui s'est passe a la tour du temple, pendant la captivite de Louis XVI, Roi de France.
33699: HANKINSON, CYRIL. - My Forty Years with Debrett.
36687: HANN, C M. - Tazlar: A Village in Hungary.
27793: HANNA, JAMES ARTHUR MACCLANNAHAN, THE REV. - A History of the Celtic Church from Its Inception to 1153.
24804: HANNAN, THOMAS. - Famous Scottish Houses: The Lowlands.
16271: HANSEN, AD. - G. Brandes: Naturalismen i England. En anmeldelse.
23043: HANSON, ELIZABETH. - An Account of the Remarkable Captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, her four children and servant-maid, who were taken by the Indians.
25217: HARBOTTLE, GEORGE. - The Quayside Golfing Society, 1910-1985.
32227: HARBOTTLE, GEORGE. - The Quayside Golfing Society, 1910-1985.
24999: HARBOTTLE, GEORGE. - More Random Thoughts in Verse.
24740: HARBOTTLE, GEORGE. - Random Thoughts in Verse.
26972: HARBOURS. - New York, New Jersey Port and Harbor Development Commission. Joint Report with Comprehensive Plan and Recommendations.
16112: HARCOURT-SMITH, SIMON. - The Last of the Uptake; or the estranged sisters.
40192: HARCOURT, CHARLES GEORGE VERNON (EDITOR). - Legends of St. Augustine, St. Anthony, and St. Cuthbert, painted on the back of the stalls in Carlisle Cathedral.
39439: HARDCASTLE, GEORGE. - Wanderings in Wensleydale.
42293: HARDIE, WILLIAM. - Scottish painting, 1837 to the present.
3796: HARDY, THOMAS. - The Songs from The Dynasts. With engravings by Nicholas Parry.
36355: HARDY, CLIVE. - Grimsby at War.
34301: HARDY, EVELYN (EDITOR). - Thomas Hardy's Notebooks, and some letters from Julia Augusta Martin.
32663: HARDY, CHARLES E. - John Bowes and the Bowes Museum.
28962: HARDY, ERIC. - The Naturalist in Lakeland. "The Regional Naturalist Series."
29580: HARDY, CHARLES E. - John Bowes and the Bowes Museum.
29187: HARDY, CLIVE. - Durham City in Focus.
34368: HARDY, THOMAS. - Our Exploits at West Poley. With an introduction by Richard L. Purdy.
34946: HARDY, THOMAS. - Two on a Tower. 'The Wessex Novels Volume 5.'
34949: HARDY, THOMAS. - The Trumpet-Major John Loveday ... and Robert, his brother ... a tale. 'Library Edition.'
36665: HARDY, THOMAS. - Under the Green-Wood Tree. A rural painting of the Dutch School. Illustrated by Keith Henderson.
36666: HARDY, THOMAS. - The Famous Tragedy of the Queen of Cornwall at Tintagel in Lyonnesse. A new version of an old story arranged as a play for mummers in one act requiring no theatre or scenery.
38696: HARDY, JOHN STOCKDALE. - An attempt to appropriate a monument, now remaining in the chapel of the Trinity Hospital in Leicester, to the memory of Mary de Bohun, Countess of Derby, and mother of King Henry the Fifth; with some account of the Castle and Newarke of Leicester and of the Earls and Dukes of Lancaster, previous to those titles merging in the crown.
38765: HARDY, FLORENCE EMILY. - The early life of Thomas Hardy 1840-1891. Compiled largely from contemporary notes, letters, diaries, and biographical memoranda, as well as from oral information in conversations extending over many years.
38798: HARDY, REGINALD, SIR. - A history of the parish of Tatenhill in the county of Stafford (2 Vols.).
36480: HARE, W. LOFTUS. - The Court of the Printers' Guild. With decorations by Lovat Frazer.
25773: HARGROVE, ALFRED F. - A brief description of places of public interest in the County of York, within twenty-six miles of the city.
25916: HARGROVE, ELY. - The History of the Castle, Town and Forest of Knaresborough, with Harrogate and it's medicinal springs: including an account of the most remarkable places, in the neighbourhood; the curious remains of antiquity; elegant buildings; ornamented grounds; and other singular productions of nature and art.
32061: HARGROVE, E. - The History of the Castle, Town, and Forest of Knaresborough, with Harrogate, and its Medicinal Waters. Including an account of the most remarkable places in the neighbourhood. The curios remains of the antiquity. Elegant buildings. Ornamented grounds, and other singular productions of nature and art.
35282: HARGROVE, E. - The History of the Castle, Town, and Forest of Knaresbrough, with Harrogate, and its medicianl waters. Including an account of the most remarkable places in the neighbourhood; the curious remains of antiquity, elegant buildings; ornamented grounds; & other singular productions of nature and art.
19638: HARINGTON, JOHN, SIR. - The School of Salernum, Regimen Sanitatis Salerni. The English version.
22644: HARISCHANDRA, BRAHMACHARI WALISINHA. - The Sacred City of Anuradhapura.
23348: HARKER, BAILEY J., REV. - "The Buxton of Yorkshire." Being a complete guide for tourists to Grassington, in Upper Wharfedale.
26323: HARKNESS, STANLEY B. - The Career of Samuel Butler (1835-1902): a bibliography ...
28843: HARLAND, JOHN & T T WILKINSON (COMPILED & EDITED BY). - Lancahire Folk-Lore. Illustrative of the superstitious beliefs and practices, local customs and usages of the people of the county of Palatine.
42096: HARLAND, JOHN WHITFIELD. - The Printing Arts: an epitome of the theory, practice, processes, and mutual relations of engraving, lithography, & printing in black and in colours.
30880: HARLECH, LORD. - Northern England Volume I. Illustrated Regional Guides to Ancient Monuments under the ownership or guardianship of the Ministry of Works.
36972: HARLEY, J H. - Poland Past and Present. A Historical Study. Preface by Ladislas Mickiewicz.
19785: HARLOW, V. T. (EDITOR). - The Discoverie of the large and bewtiful Empire of Guiana by Sir Walter Ralegh. Edited from the original text ...
23544: HARMAN, MATTHEW. - A Wreath of Rhyme.
17433: HARPER, ALFRED ALEXANDER. - The Control of Gastric and Pancreatic Secretion: a thesis presented to the University of Aberdeen for the degree of doctor of medicine.
22848: HARPER, CHARLES G. - A Londoner's Own London.
25642: HARPER-BILL, CHRISTOPHER; RUTH HARVEY (EDITORS). - Medieval Knighthood IV. Papers from the fifth Strawberry Hill Conference, 1990.
29353: HARPER, CHARLES. - Dick Turpin the Highwayman. Illustrated by Paul Hardy ...
30294: HARPER, CHARLES G. - The Manchester and Glasgow Road. This Way to Gretna Green. (2 Volumes). Volume I - London to Manchester. Volume II - Manchester to Glasgow.
30792: HARPER, CHARLES G. - The Smugglers: picturesque chapters in the story of an ancient craft.
31604: HARPER, CHARLES. - The Tower of London. Fortress, Palace and Prison.
32089: HARPER, CHARLES G. - The Brighton Road. Old Times and New on a Classic Highway.
40524: HARPER, CHARLES G. - The Smugglers: picturesque chapters in the story of an ancient craft.
42041: HARPER, EDITH K. - A Cornish Giant: Richard Trevithick: the father of the locomotive-engine.
32306: HARRADEN, GERTRUDE. - The Abbot's Barn. A Fairy Phantasy of Glastonbury.
19497: HARRIS, HELEN. - The Industrial Archaeology of Dartmoor.
35920: HARRIS, MARY DORMER. - The Ancient Records of Coventry. A paper read before the Dugdale Society at Sy Mary's Hall, Coventry October 25th 1924. [Dugdale Society Occasional Papers No 1].
34429: SIR CHARLES STUART-HARRIS. - The Contribution of Virology to Contemporary Medicine. The Harveian Oration of 1974.
26595: HARRIS, JULIA COLLIER. - The Life and Letters of Joel Chandler Harris.
29316: HARRIS, HELEN. - The Industrial Archaeology of Dartmoor.
26116: HARRIS, RUTH ELWIN. - Billie: the Nevill letters, 1914-1916.
36656: HARRIS, J G. - A Handbook to Reading; with notes on some of the principal neighbouring villages.
41360: HARRIS, STANLEY. - Old coaching days. Illustrated by John Sturgess.
39568: HARRIS-BICKFORD, E.L.T. (EDITED BY) - Poems from many Pens. Being a selection from the works of some present day poets and verse writers.
39570: HARRIS, W. GREGORY - Sketches of the West Countree. Original studies in rural life in Devon and Cornwall, in verse and prose.
41200: HARRIS, STANLEY. - The coaching age. Illustrated by John Sturgess.
18248: HARRISON, ROYDEN (EDITOR). - Independent Collier: the coal miner as archetypal proletarian reconsidered.
22158: HARRISON, HENRY. - The Place-Names of the Liverpool District; or, the history and meaning of the local and river names of South-west Lancashire and of Wirral.
22515: HARRISON, G. B. (EDITOR). - Menaphon by Robert Greene and A Margarite of America by Thomas Lodge.
23268: HARRISON, HELEN. - Nick and Cecilia in York Minster.
23273: HARRISON, FREDERICK. - Life in a Medieval College: the story of the vicars-choral of York Minster.
24812: HARRISON, ALEXANDER JAMES. - An Eventful Life: adventures, incidents, inferences, being autobiographical notes.
25664: HARRISON, FREDERICK. - Life in a Medieval College: the story of the Vicars-Choral of York Minster.
27641: HARRISON, CLIFFORD. - Stray Records, or, personal and professional notes (2 Vols).
29793: THE LATE R BEILBY COOK & MRS F HARRISON (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of St Crux, York. Part I 1539-1716. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Volume LXX].
31222: HARRISON, W. J. - Life in Clare Hall, Cambridge, 1658-1713.
31234: HARRISON, FREDERICK. - Life in a Medieval College: the story of the Vicars-Choral of York Minster.
32333: HARRISON, J. F. C.; DOROTHY THOMPSON. - Bibliography of the Chartist Movement, 1837-1976.
25185: HARRISON, F. - A History of Newcastle-upon-Tyne: for use in schools.
35638: HARRISON, WILLIAM. - Bibliotheca Monensis: A bibliographical account of works relating to the Isle of Man. [Manx Society Vol VIII].
35641: HARRISON, WILLIAM. - Records of the Tynwald and St John's Chapels in the Isle of Man. With an appendix containing an account of the Duke of Athol taking possession of the Isle of Man in 1736, also a Lay of Ancient Mona.
23285: HARRISON, F., REV. - The Windows of York Minster.
37826: HARRISON, SAMUEL. - The Great Sheffield Flood. Its history re-told. Reprint of the original edition ... A complete history of the Great Flood at Sheffield on March 11 and 12, 1864: being a true and original narrative, from authentic sources, comprising numerous facts, incidents, and statistics never before published : to which are added official lists of the dead and missing, giving names, ages, residences of all the victims, when and where found, and where interred : official returns showing the number of buildings and houses destroyed and injured in each locality; and also, Mr. Rawlinson's report to Government on the causes of the flood.
41754: HARRISON, JOSEPH. - The Practice of the Court of Chancery ... enlarged by John Griffith Williams ... and several new precedents, by Wilmot Parker ... (2 Vols.)
41418: HARRISON, WILLIAM. - Fragments in verse.
27977: HARRISSON, T H. - Letter to Oxford.
20477: HARROD, ROY. - Policy Against Inflation.
36518: HARS, EVA; FERENC ROMVARY. - Modern Hungarian Gallery Pecs.
19010: HART, A. TINDAL. - Country Counting House: the story of two eighteenth-century clerical account books.
27037: HART, HENRY GEORGE, LIEUT.-GENERAL. - The New Annual Army List, Militia List, and Indian Civil Service List, for 1876. ...
28355: HART, GEORGE - The Violin and its Music.
28391: HART, KINGSLEY. (EDITED BY) - Dove Cottage. The Wordsworths at Grasmere, 1799-1803. Being the Grasmere Journal by Dorothy Wordsworth together with selections from the correspondance of Dorothy and William Wordsworth.
33268: HART, BERNARD. - The Psychology of Insanity. 'The Cambridge Manuals of Science and Literature.'
18970: HARTE, BRET. - The Luck of Roaring Camp. Illustrated with wood-cuts by Paul Honore. An introductory note by Richard Ellis.
19894: HARTE, BRET. - A Sappho of Green Springs and other tales.
39961: HARTE, BRET - In the Carquinez Woods.
31293: HARTHAN, JOHN. - Books of Hours and their owners.
40393: HARTLAND, EDWIN SIDNEY - Primitive Paternity: the myth of supernatural birth in relation to the history of the family (2 Vols).
22605: HARTLEY, F. W. - Gas Measurement and Gas Meter Testing.
24588: HARTLEY, MARIE; JOAN INGILBY. - Yorkshire Village.
32791: HARTLEY, NORMAN. - Quicksilver.
29323: HARTLEY, MARIE & JOAN INGILBY. - The Yorkshire Dales.
32068: HARTLEY, L CONRAD. - The Spirit of Walt Whitman. (A Psychological Study in Blank Verse).
32994: HARTLEY, JOHN. - The Original Clock Almanack for 1894 in the Yorkshire Dialect. Twenty Eighth Year of Publication.
23426: HARTLEY, MARIE; JOAN INGILBY. - Yorkshire Tour.
16871: HARTON, F. P. - The Elements of Spiritual Life: a study in ascetical theology.
30380: HARTSHORNE, REV CHARLES HENRY. - An Endeavour to Classify the Sepulchral Remains in Northamptonshire, or, a discourse on funeral monuments, in that County. Delivered before the members of the Religious and Useful Knowledge Society, at Northampton.
18087: HARTWELL, R. M. (EDITOR). - The Industrial Revolution.
5296: HARTWIG, DR. G. - Wonders of the Tropical Forests. From "The Tropical Works."
20707: HARTWIG, G. DR. - The Sea and its Living Wonders: a popular account of the marvels of the deep and of the progress of maritime discovery from the earliest ages to the present time.
35394: HARTWRIGHT, HENRY. - The Story of the House of Lancaster.
16470: HARVEY, WILLIAM. - An Anatomical Dissertation upon the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Animals, being a statement of the discovery of the circulation of the blood.
19766: HARVEY, WILLIAM J.; CHRISTIAN REPPIAN. - Denmark and the Danes: a survey of Danish life, institutions and culture.
21139: HARVEY, GABRIEL. - Foure Letters, and certaine Sonnets: especially touching Robert Greene, and other parties by him abused ...
34375: HARVEY, WILLIAM. - Movement of the Heart and Blood in Animals. An anatomical essay ... translated ... by Kenneth J. Franklin ...
32912: HARVEY, JOHN. - York.
34377: HARVEY, WILLIAM. - The Circulation of the Blood. Two anatomical essays ... together with nine letters ... translated ... by Kenneth J. Franklin ...
33965: HARVEY, BARBARA (EDITED BY). - Documents Illustrating the Rule of Walter De Wenlok, Abbot of Westminster 1283-1307. Camden Fourth Series Vol 2.
35559: HARVIE-BROWN, J A. - The Wonderful Trout.
21440: HARVISON, C. W. - The Horsemen.
38263: HARWOOD, J. - Harwood's Illustrations of Great Britain.
35027: HASKELL, ARNOLD; MIN LEWIS. - Infantilia: the archaeology of the nursery. Illustrated by Stanley Lewis.
23712: HASLEHURST, ERNEST W. (ILLUSTRATOR). - Our Beautiful Homeland (5 Volumes of 7). [Comprising] 1. Hereford, Oxford, Chester, Warwick and Leamington. 2. Canterbury, Winchester, Isle of Wight, Swanage. 3. The Thames, Windsor Castle, Hampton Court, Dickens-Land. 4. Exeter, Heart of Wessex, Dartmoor, Bath and Wells. 5. Norwich, Shakespeare-Land, The Peak District, The Dukeries.
33643: HASSAL, JOAN. - The Wood Engravings of Joan Hassall. With an introduction by Ruari McLean.
16103: HASSALL, CHRISTOPHER. - Edward Marsh, Patron of the Arts. A biography.
22006: HASTINGS, MAX. - The Korean War.
27812: HASWELL, COL FRANCIS (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of St Andrews's Parish Church, Penrith. Volume II 1605-1660.
27813: HASWELL, COL FRANCIS (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of St Andrews's Parish Church, Penrith. Volume III 1661-1713.
33503: HATCHER, JANE. - Yorkshire to Humberside. 'Exploring England's Heritage Series.'
29032: HAULLEVILLE, ERIC DE - Belgium, Some Little Known Towns. Watercolours by Nardo Lenaerts, Photographs by E. Sergysels.
43111: HAUTECOEUR, LOUIS. - Histoire de l'architecture classique en France (2 volumes in 4). [v. 1 (in 2). La formation de l'ide´al classique. pt. 1. La renaissance. pt. 2. L'architecture sous Henri IV et Louis XIII -- v. 2 (in 2).]
18006: HAUXWELL, HANNAH; BARRY COCKROFT. - Seasons of My Life: the story of a solitary daleswoman.
18007: HAUXWELL, HANNAH; BARRY COCKROFT. - Daughter of the Dales: the world of Hannah Hauxwell.
22224: HAVERFIELD, F. - The Roman Occupation of Britain: being six Ford Lectures ... now revised by George MacDonald. With a notice of Haverfield's life and a list of his writings.
20156: HAVERGAL, HENRY. - The Harrow Replicas. Number Eight. Selection from Handel's "Messiah".
35882: HAVERGAL, FRANCES RIDLEY. - Life Chords comprising Zenith, Loyal Responses, and other poems.
38020: HAWKES, ARTHUR JOHN. - Sir Roger Bradshaigh of Haigh, Knight and Baronet 1628-1684. With notes of his immediate forbears.
23614: HAWKESBURY, LORD. - East Riding Portraits at Kirkham Abbey, and at 2 Carlton Terrace, Pall Mall, S.W. [Within] The Transactions of the East Riding Antiquarian Society. For the year ending October, 1905. Volume 13 (Part 1.)
29614: [HAWKINS, MRS T S (COMPILED BY). - Specific Examples of the War-Time Value of Rooks in Cornfields and Ploughlands. Firing at nesting birds is a national disgrace punishable in man-trap days.
29616: HAWKINS, T S. - How the Loss of Rooks is Felt.
17294: HAY, IAN - One Hundred Years of Army Nursing: the story of the British Army Nursing Services from the time of Florence Nightingale to the present day.
36402: HAY, REV E F. - Notes on the Parish Church of S Mary the Virgin, Kelvedon (Easterford). Inscriptions and other Records 1903.
21261: HAY, GEORGE JACKSON, COLONEL (COMPILER). - An Epitomized History of the Militia (The "Constitutional Force"), together with the origin, periods of embodied service, and special services (including South Africa, 1899-1902), of militia units existing October 31, 1905.
27510: HAY, THOMAS. - Plants for the Connoisseur.
30869: HAY, THOMAS. - Rosthwaite Moraines and other Lakeland Notes. [Reprinted from the Geographical Journal Vol CIII no 3, March 1944].
30870: HAY, THOMAS. - Mountain Form in Lakeland. [Reprinted from the Geographical Journal Vol CIII no 6, June 1944].
30513: HAY, DANIEL. - Whitehaven. A Short History.
35086: HAY, IAN. - The Lighter Side of School Life. ... With illustrations reproduced from pastel drawings by Lewis Baumer.
35867: HAYES, RAYMOND H. - A History of Rosedale: the story of Yorkshire's most beautiful dale.
26739: HAYTER, CHARLES. - An Introduction to Perspective, Drawing, and Painting, in a series of pleasing and familiar dialogues between the author's children ...
27407: HAYWARD, A. - Autobiography, Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs Piozzi (Thrale) [2 Volumes]. Edited with notes and an introductory account of her life and writings by A Hayward Esq.
41025: HAYWARD, WILLIAM. - James Hall, of Tynemouth: a beneficient life of a busy man of business (2 Vols).
24232: HAZEN, A. T. - A Bibliography of Horace Walpole.
16733: HAZLITT, W. CAREW (EDITOR). - Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England (4 Vols).
5327: HEAD, SIR FRANCIS B. - A Narrative.
21221: HEAD, FRANCIS, SIR. - The Horse and His Rider.
31132: HEAD, CAPTAIN F B. - Rough notes taken during some rapid journeys across the Pampas and among the Andes.
25008: HEADLAM, CUTHBERT, SIR (EDITOR). - The Three Northern Counties of England: being some account of the people, their country and their history.
36639: HEADLAM, SIR CUTHBERT. - The Three Northern Counties of England. Being some account of the people, their country and their history.
38841: HEADLAM, CUTHBERT. - History of the Guards Division in the Great War 1915-1918 (2 Vols).
32413: HEADLEY, REV A A. - A Short Account of New Alresford Church.
34812: HEALEY, GEORGE HARRIS (COMPILED BY). - The Cornell Wordsworth Collection. A catalogue of books and manuscripts presented to the University by Mr Victor Emanuel.
35059: HEALEY, GEORGE HARRIS (EDITOR). - Wordsworth's Pocket Notebook ... with commentary.
23267: HEAPE, R. GRUNDY. - Georgian York: a sketch of life in Hanoverian England.
32505: HEAPE, R GRUNDY. - Georgian York: A Sketch of Life in Hanoverian England.
22909: HEARSEY, JOHN E. N. - Bridge, Church and Palace in Old London.
26609: HEATH, SYDNEY. - Old English Houses of Alms: a pictorial record. With architectural and historical notes.
27821: HEATH, JOHN & ROY CHRISTIAN. - Yesterday's Town: Derby. The Birth of a City.
31635: HEATH, FRANCIS GEORGE (EDITED BY). - Gilpin's Forest Scenery.
36576: HEATHCOTE, DUDLEY. - My Wanderings in the Balkans.
28547: HEATON, MARTHA. - Sun Hill: an imaginary tale of the life of the humble folk who live in the hamlet of Westhouse in the West Riding of Yorkshire in the latter half of the nineteenth century.
31815: HEAVISIDES, M. - Rambles by the River Tees, from its rise to the ocean.
32361: HEAVISIDES, M. - Guide Book to the Walks around Middleton-in-Teesdale.
37230: HEAVISIDES, M. - Rambles by the River Tees, from its rise to the ocean.
37326: HEAVISIDES, M. - Rambles in Cleveland, and Peeps into the Dales; on Foot, Cycle and Rail.
38628: HEAVISIDES, M. - Quaint and Remarkable Occurances in Stockton and District.
38646: HEAVISIDES, M. - Heavisides's Almanack 1922.
38869: HEAVISIDES, M. (EDITOR). - The history of the first public railway, (Stockton & Darlington) the opening day, and what followed.
39136: HEAVISIDES, M. - Guide book to the walks around Middleton-in-Teesdale.
22929: HECKETHORN, CHARLES WILLIAM. - London Souvenirs.
31881: HECKEWELDER, REV JOHN. - History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations who once Inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neighbouring States. Introduction and notes by Rev William C Reichel. [Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania Vol XII].
35718: HEDGE, LEVI. - Elements of Logick; or a summary of the general principles and different modes of reasoning.
27908: HEDGES, A A C. - Bottles and Bottle Collecting.
26797: HEDLEY, J. L., H.M. INSPECTOR OF MINES. - Reports ... for the Newcastle District (No. 3) ... for the year 1900.
34505: HEDLEY, J.L. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Newcastle District (no 3) 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].
34516: HEDLEY, J.L. - Mines. Report...for the Newcastle District (no 3), 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].
21172: HEGGE, ROBERT. - The Legend of St. Cuthbert, with the antiquities of the Church of Durham. Revised and corrected, with explanatory notes and illustrations. To which is prefixed a concise account of ... the author by John Brough Taylor.
19614: HEGGOY, ALF ANDREW. - The African Policies of Gabriel Hanotaux 1894-1898.
31823: HEIGHAM, CHARLES. - Pedigree of the Heigham Family [Compiled by Charles P ell Heigham].
40050: HEIRON, ARTHUR. - Ancient Freemasonry and The Old Dundee Lodge, No. 18 [No. 9; 1755 to 1813] 1722-23 to 1920.
37479: HEISLER, J B & J E MELLON. - Czechoslovakia. Land of Dream and Enterprise. Preface by Wickham Steed.
23125: HEITON, JOHN. - The Castes of Edinburgh.
27782: HELPS, ARTHUR (EDITOR). - Leaves from the Journal of Our Life in the Highlands, from 1848 to 1861. To which are ... added ... an account of earlier visits to Scotland, and tours in England and Ireland, and yachting excursions.
31660: HEMANS, F. - The Poetical Works of Mrs. Hemans. Reprinted from earlier editions. 'The "Chandos Classics" Series.'
25687: HEMBRY, PHYLLIS M. - The Bishops of Bath and Wells, 1540-1640: social and economic problems.
37156: HEMLOW, JOYCE. - The History of Fanny Burney.
34767: HENDERSON, ARTHUR E. - Fountains Abbey then and now.
33009: HENDERSON, ARTHUR E. - Fountains Abbey Then and Now.
28077: HENDERSON, G D. - The Founding of Marischal College Aberdeen. [Aberden University Studies No 123].
31411: HENDERSON, ARTHUR E. - The Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Hilda, Whitby. Yorkshire Abbeys- Then and Now.
30590: HENDERSON, ARTHUR E. - Fountains Abbey. Then and Now.
37222: HENDERSON, WILLIAM. - Homoeopathy Fairly Represented in reply to Dr Simpson's 'Homoeopathy' Misrepresented.
38611: HENDERSON, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS. - The Housekeeper's Instructor; or, universal family cook. Being an ample and clear display of the art of cookery in all its various branches. ... To which is added, the complete art of carving, illustrated with engravings, ...
23147: HENDRIE, ROBERT (TRANSLATION AND NOTES). - An Essay upon Various Arts, in three books, by Theophilus, called also Rugerus, priest and monk, forming an encyclopaedia of Christian art of the eleventh century.
24432: HENDRIE, WILLIAM F. - Linlithgow, Six Hundred Years a Royal Burgh.
31321: HENDY, PHILIP; LUDWIG GOLDSCHEIDER. - Giovanni Bellini.
22953: HENREY, ROBERT. - The King of Brentford.
36642: HENRY, MATTHEW. - N Account of the Life and Death of Mr Philip Henry, Minister of the Gospel at Broad-Oak, near Whitchurch in Shropshire, who died June 24, 1696, in the sixty fifth year of his age.
42423: W[ILSON]., C[HARLES]. HENRY. - Brookiana (2 Vols). [A collection of anecdotes illustrative of the life and opinions of Henry Brooke. With a portrait, and quotations from his writings. The preface signed: C. H. W., i.e. Charles Henry Wilson.]
20206: HENSCHEL, HELEN. - When Soft Voices Die: a musical biography.
36476: HENTZNER, PAUL. - Paul Hentzner's Travels in England, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth, translated by Horace, the late Earl of Orford, and first printed by him at Strawberry Hill: to which is added, Sir Robert Naunton's Fragmenta Regalia; or, observations on Queen Elizabeth's times and favourites, with portraits and views.
19873: HEPBURN, J. D., REV. - Twenty Years in Khama's Country and Pioneering among the Batauana of Lake Ngami. Edited by C. H. Lyall.
35173: HERBERT, N.M (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1981 Volume XCIX. Contents Include: Building excavations at the Cross, Gloucetser. The Excavation at Barnsley Park Part I.
35172: HERBERT, N.M (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1983 Volume CI. Contents Include: Tanner's Hall Gloucester. Frocester Court Roman Villa 3rd Report 1980. The origin of Bristol Migrants in the early 14th Century.
26179: HERBERT, HENRY WILLIAM. - Frank Forester's Fish and Fishing of the United States, and British Provinces of North America.
29488: HERBERT, A P. - The War Story of Sothend Pier. The Battle of the Thames.
36597: HERBERT, WILLIAM V. - The Defence of Plevna 1877 written by one who took part in it.
17810: HERKLESS, JOHN - Francis and Dominic and the Mendicant Orders.
31281: HERKOMER, HUBERT VON, SIR. - The Herkomers.
36700: HERMAN, MAXIME. - Histoire de la Litterature Polonaise (Des Origines A 1961).
40482: ESCOMB HEROES' MEMORIAL. - Service of unveiling and dedication of the war memorial on Sunday, the 2nd October, 1921, ...
29296: HERON, ALASTAIR (EDITED BY). - Towards a Quaker View of Sex. An essay by a group of friends.
20915: HERRMAN, LUKE. - Ruskin and Turner: a study of Ruskin as a collector of Turner, based on his gifts to the University of Oxford; incorporating a Catalogue Raisonne of the Turner drawings in the Ashmolean Museum.
40546: HERSCHEL, J. F. W. , ET AL. - The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science. Third Series. No. 148.-supplement. [Including::] Photographic processes and on the Parathermic Rays of the Spectrum.
8865: HERSEY, JOHN. - The Wall.
37068: HERTZ, ALEKSANDER. - The Jews in Polish Culture. Translated by Richard Lourie.
36922: HERTZ, FREDERICK. - The Economic Problem of the Danubian States. A Study on Economic Nationalism.
33687: HERVEY, SYDENHAM H A. - Sermon Preached in Wedmore Church on Sexagesima Sunday, February 12, 1882.
26836: HERVY, WILLIAM. - The Visitation of Suffolk 1561. Part I. Transcribed and editied by Joan Corder ... The Publications of the Harleian Society New Series Volume 2 for the year 1981.
23893: HESELTINE, G. C. - Great Yorkshiremen.
39655: HESELTON, REV. R. T. (COMPILER). - Stockton parish church. A record, 1235-1950.
28254: HESLINGTON, T.C. - Ancient Spurs and thier manufacture in Ripon A paper read before the Ripon Naturalists' Club & Scientific Association.
42517: HESLINGTON, T. C. - On Roman camps in the neighbourhood of Ripon.
39910: HETTON COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, PHOTOGRAPHIC SECTION. - Hetton: the development of a community.
36691: HETZER, ARMIN & VIOREL S ROMAN. - Albania. A Bibliographic Research Survey with Location Codes. Introductory note by Prof Dr Klaus-Detlev Grothusen.
23631: HEY, DAVID. - Buildings of Britain, 1550-1750: Yorkshire.
37351: HEYNEMANN, MABEL BLUNDELL. - Appletreewick and District.
40655: HEYSHAM, JOHN. - A catalogue of Cumberland animals.
29746: HEYWOOD, T T (COMPILED BY). - New Annals of Rochdale. A short history since 1899, and a chronological view from the earliest times to the end of the year 1930.
24185: HIBBERD, SHIRLEY. - The Amateur's Greenhouse and Conservatory; a handy guide to the construction and management of plant-houses, and the selection, cultivation, and improvement of ornamental greenhouse and conservatory plants.
38053: HIBBERT, JAMES (EDITOR). - Catalogue of the Pictures & Drawings of the Newsham Bequest to the Corporation of Preston ...
40683: HICK, W. D. - The Principles of the English Constitution. ... dedicated to the Grand Master of the Primrose League ...
30790: HICKIN, NORMAN E. - African Notebook: the notes of a biologist in East Africa.
26232: HICKLIN, JOHN (EDITOR). - Excursions in North Wales: a complete guide to the tourist ...
30147: HICKLIN, JOHN. - The Illustrated Handbook of North Wales: a guide for the tourist, the antiquarian, and the angler.
26163: HICKLIN, FRANCES. - Victoria and Albert Museum: Bewick Wood Engravings.
21040: HICKMAN, KATIE. - Daughters of Britannia: the lives and times of diplomatic wives.
31315: HICKMAN, PAUL; TERENCE PITTS. - George Fiske: Yosemite photographer.
28092: HICKMORE, M A S. - St Pauls' Church Jarrow. Foreword by his Grace the Archbishop of York.
20476: HICKS, J. R. - The Social Framework: an introduction to economics.
25772: HICKS, EDWARD BARRY. - The Story of the Virgin Mary Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, from its foundation to the present day. With a brief description of St. Mary's Church.
32111: HICKS, AGNES H. - The Story of the Forestal.
30404: HICKS, J D (EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of Brandsburton 1558-1837. [Publications of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society Parish Register Section Vol CXLII].
32311: HICKS, EDWARD BARRY. - The Story of the Virgin Mary Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, from its foundation to the present day. With a brief description of St. Mary's Church.
29960: HIEOVER, HARRY. - The World: how to square it.
30442: HIGGENS, ROBERT. - Gatherings from the Parish History in the Rural Deanery of Ware, with a record of church building & other works from the year 1837 to 1887. And an account og old and new Haileybury College.
34894: HIGGINS, C.A. - To California, over the Santa Fe Trail.
40363: HIGHAM, A. B. - A plea for the restoration of the tower and spire of the Parish Church of Wakefield.
32085: HIGHSMITH, PATRICIA. - Ripley Under Ground.
39413: NORTHUMBERLAND HIGHWAYS. - Epitome of the New Highway Act, ... so far as relates to Northumberland.
42677: HILES, JOHN. - Catechism of the Organ. ... With ... illustrations.
34780: HILEY, D F P. - Ports and Happy Havens.
25575: HILKEN, T. J. N. - Engineering at Cambridge University, 1783-1965.
20825: HILL, C. P. - The History of Bristol Grammar School.
21530: HILL, WILLIAM THOMSON. - The Martyrdom of Nurse Cavell. The life story of the victim of Germany's most barbarous crime.
23635: HILL, JOHN, M.D. - The Virtues of Sage, in lengthening human life. With rules to attain old age in health and cheerfulness. ... The fourth edition.
24447: HILL, DAVID. - In Turner's Footsteps: through the hills and dales of Northern England.
24920: HILL, FREDERICK. - History of Washington Parish Church. Local Records of Washington Part 1.
25100: HILL, JASON. - The Curious Gardener. With drawings by John Nash.
27351: HILL, ROLAND HILL. - Ships on Stamps. Illustrated with 22 full page plates showing postage stamps and fully indexed.
28884: HILL, C F (COMPILED BY). - Ashby De La Zouch Castle. A Guide.
34123: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol VI. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 64].
34125: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol V [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 60].
34128: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol II. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 43].
34129: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol III. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 48].
34130: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol IV. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 52].
34132: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol VII. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 69].
34133: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol VIII. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 76].
34149: HILL, ROSALIND M T (EDITED BY). - The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton 1280-1299. Vol I. Institutions to benefices and confirmations of heads of religious houses in the Archdeaconry of London. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 39].
42543: HILL, ROWLAND. - Village Dialogues, between Farmer Littleworth and Thomas Newman, Rev. Mr. Lovegood, Parson Dolittle, and others.
40680: HILL, THOMAS, REV. - The testimony of concience to a faithful ministry. A sermon preached in the parish church of Chesterfield ... 1828 ... on the departure of the Rev. Andrew Knox ...
39008: HILLING, JOHN B. - Strike Hard: a bomber airfield at war. RAF Downham Market and its Squadrons, 1942-46.
25980: HILLMAN, THOMAS A. - Catalogue of Census Returns on Microfilm. Catalogue de Recensements sur Microfilm.
20689: HILLS, E. SHERBON. - Elements of Structural Geology.
27481: HILLS, LAWRENCE D. - Alpine Gardening.
18028: HILTON-SIMPSON, M. W. - Among the Hill-Folk of Algeria: journeys among the Shawia of the Aures Mountains.
30944: HILTON, J P. - Britain's First Municipal Savings Bank. The Romance of a Great Achievement.
15879: HILYARD, REV. JAMES. - The Morning Service of the Church, abridgement of, urged in a letter to the Lord Bishop of Ely.
34417: SIR HAROLD HIMSWORTH. - Society and the Advancement of Natural Knowledge. The Harveian Oration of 1962. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1962].
20811: HINCHCLIFFE, GERALD. - A History of King James's Grammar School in Almondbury.
20317: HIND, ARTHUR M. - A History of Engraving and Etching from the 15th century to the year 1914: being the third and fully revised edition of "A Short History of Engraving and Etching."
21799: HIND, C. LEWIS. - Turner's Golden Vision.
31285: HIND, ARTHUR M. - Wenceslaus Hollar and his views of London and Windsor in the seventeenth century.
41013: HIND, ALBERT L. - A countryman's notebook in county of Durham.
28562: HINDE, R. A. (EDITOR). - Bird Vocalizations: their relations to current problems in biology and pschology. Essays presented to W. H. Thorpe.
41753: HINDE, ROBERT. - Modern Practice of the High Court of Chancery, methodized and digested in a manner wholly new, interspersed with variety of the most approved and modern forms of practical precedents incidental to every suit in the progress of it, from the original bill to the decree.
39458: HINDLE, BRIAN PAUL. - Roads and Trackways of The Lake District.
23094: HINDLEY, CHARLES. - Curiosities of Street Literature (2 Volumes). With a new introduction by Leslie Shepard.
26353: HINDLEY, CHARLES. - Tavern Anecdotes and Sayings; including the origin of signs, and reminiscences connected with taverns, coffee-houses, clubs, etc. etc.
18490: HINDS, ALLEN B. - The Making of the England of Elizabeth.
27476: HINE, REGINALD L. (EDITOR). - The Natural History of the Hitchin Region.
28900: HINE, REGINALD L. - A Short History of St Mary's, Hitchin.
35833: HINE, REGINALD L. - Hitchin Worthies: four centuries of English life.
35837: HINE, REGINALD L. (EDITOR). - The Natural History of the Hitchin Region.
35851: HINE, REGINALD L. - Relics of an Un-Common Attorney. Memoir by Richenda Scott.
40943: HINE, THOMAS CHAMBERS. - Nottingham, its castle, a military fortress, a royal palace, a ducal mansion, a blackened ruin, a museum and gallery of art. With notes relating to the borough of Nottingham.
39571: HINGESTON (SON OF FRANCIS HINGESTON.) - The Poems of Francis Hingeston.
42463: HINTON, JOHN WILLIAM. - Modern organ construction: a course of three lectures delivered on April 22nd, 24, and 26th, 1901. by J.W. Hinton [and Philip Armes.] 1901.
42645: HINTON, JOHN WILLIAM. - Organ Construction ... Second edition, revised and enlarged.
18789: HIRD, DENNIS. - A Picture Book of Evolution (2 Vols).
37282: HIROSHIGE. - The Dome: a quarterly containing examples of all the arts [No. 3].
34776: HIRST, REV JOSEPH. - On the Existence of a British People on the Continent, known as the Romans in the First Century. [Reprinted form the Journal of the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Vol XL].
30504: HIRST, STUART (EDITED BY). - The Leeds Tercentenary Official Handbook. Synopsis of all the Birthday Celebrations.
34788: HIRST, STUART (EDITED). - The Leeds Tercentenary Official Handbook. Synopsis of the Birthday Celebrations.
26885: HISSEY, JAMES JOHN. - Untravelled England.
17856: REGIMENTAL HISTORY. - A Short History of the Volunteer Movement in Bolton. By an officer of the 2nd Volunteer Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. (Bolton Rifle Volunteers).
17860: REGIMENTAL HISTORY. - A Brief History of the King's Royal Rifle Corps.
20851: SCHOOL HISTORY. - Loretto's Hundred Years 1827-1927. Issued as a special supplement of the school magazine, The Lorettonian, in commemoration of the first centenary of the foundation of the school.
21410: MILITARY HISTORY. - Short History of the Royal Army Service Corps.
21457: REGIMENTAL HISTORY. - History of 7th Armoured Division, June 1943 - July 1945.
21749: RAILWAY HISTORY. - American Railway-Carriages. [Contained within] Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette. No. 328. Saturday, November 21, 1829.
24932: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Natural History Transactions of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-on-Tyne, being papers read at the meeetings of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, 1887-90. Vol. 10.
26126: MILITARY HISTORY. - Proceedings of the General Court Martial upon the Trial of Captain Wathen, Fifteenth King's Hussars.
26389: U S HISTORY. - The American Annual Cyclopaedia and register of important events of the year 1864 ...
28044: MILITARY HISTORY. - The Army List, for January, 1865 [to] June, 1865 [inclusive - 6 months in total.].
34567: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Natural History Transactions of Northumberland and Durham; being papers read at the meetings of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, 1865-67. Vol. I. [Including] Reports of deep sea dredging on the coasts of Northumberland and Durham, 1862-4. Edited by George S. Brady. On Cyanea imporcata, an undescribed Medusa taken of the Northumberland coast. By the Rev. Alfred Merle Norman [with fine colour plate.] On an ancient British burial at Ilderton, Northumberland, with notes on the skull. By the Rev. W. Greenwell and D. Embleton. On human and other remains found in a cavern near the Ryhope Colliery. By James W, Kirby and George S. Brady. On the opening and examination of a barrow of the British period at Warkshaugh, North Tynedale. By the Rev. Geo. Rome Hall. Note on the excavating sponges, with descriptions of four new species. By Albany Hancock. A monograph of the British Entomostraca belonging to the Families Bosminidae, Macrothricidae, and Lynceidae. By the Rev. A. M. Norman and G. S. Brady
34570: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Natural History Transactions of Northumberland and Durham; being papers read at the meetings of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, 1890-94. Vol. XI. [Including} A revision of the British Species of fresh-water Cyclopidae and Calanidae. By G. S. Brady.
34572: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Natural History Transactions of Northumberland and Durham; being papers read at the meetings of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club, 1890-94. Vol. XI. [Including} A revision of the British Species of fresh-water Cyclopidae and Calanidae. By G. S. Brady.
24315: REGIMENTAL HISTORY. - A Soldier's History. The Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment).
21745: RAILWAY HISTORY. - L.M.S.R. General Utility Locomotives.
21735: RAILWAY HISTORY. - The Handbook of the Bluebell Line.
21743: RAILWAY HISTORY. - British Railways in Peace and War.
37537: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (New Series.) Vol. I. [Including] A Ramble up Burnhope [Weardale]. By the Rev. W. J. Wingate. The Spiders of the Tyne Valley. By A. Randell Jackson. Larval Trematodes of the Northumberland Coast. By Marie V. Lebour.
37997: VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY. - The Victoria History of the County of Gloucester . Volume II.
37998: VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY. - The Victoria History of the County of Gloucester . Volume VIII.
38000: VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY. - A History of Wiltshire Volume II.
38003: VICTORIA COUNTY HISTORY. - A History of Wiltshire Volume IX.
41062: NORTHAMPTON LOCAL HISTORY. - Things Old and New, in questions and answers. Reprinted from the "Northampton Mercury."
38557: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (New Series.) Vol. VI.
39000: MILITARY HISTORY. - History of the 50th Infantry Brigade, 1914-1919.
5425: SCHOOL HISTORY. - Loretto's Hundred Years 1827-1927. Issued as a special supplement of the school magazine, The Lorettonian, in commemoration of the first centenary of the founding of the school.
34573: NORTH EAST ENGLAND NATURAL HISTORY. - Natural History Transactions of Northumberland and Durham; being papers read at the meetings of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and the Tyneside Naturalists' Field Club [1898-1902]. Vol. XIV. [Including] On Copepoda and other Crustacea taken in ireland and on the North East Coast of England [and] Report on Dredging and other Marine Research of the North East Coast of England in 1901. By G. Stewardson Brady. Biographical Notes on the Early Botanists of Northumberland and Durham. By J. G. Baker.
43577: YORKSHIRE LOCAL HISTORY. - Willerby & Kirk-Ella : a survey. Prepared by the senior scholars, Carr Lane School, Willerby.
41957: DURHAM MILITARY HISTORY. - A short history of the units admistered by the Durham Territorial and Auxiliary Forces Association.
25738: NATURAL HISTORY. - An Accentuated List of the British Lepidoptera, with hints on the derivation of names.
42210: CHURCH HISTORY. - Fifty years of the Lauriston church S.J. 1858-1910. Jottings by 'Chatterer'.
22201: HITCHCOCK, HENRY-RUSSELL. - Rococo Architecture in Southern Germany.
40186: HITCHIN, GEORGE. - Pit-Yacker.
25002: HJERLEID, S., MRS.; A. MACPHERSON (EDITORS). - The Cleveland Literary Annual.
37327: HJERLEID, MRS S & MR A MACPHERSON (EDITED BY). - The Cleveland Literary Annual 1873.
40513: HJERLEID, S., MRS.; A. MACPHERSON (EDITORS). - The Cleveland Literary Annual.
22671: HOARE, RICHARD COLT, SIR. - A Tour through the Island of Elba, ... Illustrated with views drawn from nature.
20539: HOBBES, THOMAS. - Leviathan, or the matter, forme and power of a commonwealth, ecclesiasticall and civil.
41853: HOBHOUSE, STEPHEN. - An English prison from within. With a preface by Professor Gilbert Murray.
41404: HOBKIRK, CHAS. P. - Huddersfield. Its history and natural history. A descriptive, historical, geological, botanical, and zoological sketch of the town and neighbourhood.
18667: HOBSBAWM, E. J. - Industry and Empire: an economic history of Britain since 1750.
23457: HOBSON, OSCAR R. - A Hundred Years of the Halifax: the history of the Halifax Building Society, 1853-1953.
23841: HOBSON, G. D. - Thirty Bindings. Selected from the First Edition Club's Seventh Exhibition, held at 25 Park Lane, by permission of Sir Philip Sassoon, Bart.
33510: HOBSON, RICHARD. - Charles Waterton: his home, habits, and handiwork...
5567: HOBSON, JOHN MORRISON. - Some Early and Later Hours of Pity.
33991: HOCKEY, DOM S F (EDITED BY). - The Register of William Edington Bishop of Winchester 1346-1366 Part I & II. [Hampshire Record Series Volumes VII & VIII].
26813: HOCKEY, S. F. (EDITOR). - The Account-Book of Beaulieau Abbey. Camden Fourth Series. Volume 16.
18438: HODDER, EDWIN. - The Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G.
37341: HODDSON, JANET. - Whittington in Lonsdale. Some influences direct and indirect which have affected the Elementary School in the Village in the past.
29573: HODGE, EDMUND W. - Enjoying the Lakes from Post-Chaise to National Park.
16729: HODGES, FREDERIG. - Description of the Exterior and Interior of the Cathedral of Milan.
37714: HODGES, C. C. - Guide to the Priory Church of St. Andrew, Hexham, with an account of the town of Hexham ...
32547: HODGKINSON, R F B (TRANSLATED BY). - The Account Books of the Gilds of St George and St Mary in the Church of St Peter, Nottingham.
36397: HODGKINSON, R F B (TRANSLATED BY). - The Account Books of the Gilds of St George and St Mary in the Church of St Peter Nottingham. Introduction by L V D Owen.
36997: HODGKINSON, HARRY. - West and East of Tito.
26761: HODGKISS, PETER (EDITOR). - Poetry Information Number Nineteen Autumn 1978. Basil Bunting Special.
21886: HODGSON, JOHN CRAWFORD. - A History of Northumberland. Volume VI. The Parish of Bywell St. Peter ... Bywell St. Andrew, with Blanchland, the Chapelry or Parish of Slaley.
25297: HODGSON, J. C. - Notes on the Township of Spittle. [Extracted from a larger work].
32123: HODGSON, N. D. - Heavy Motor Vehicle Factories. [Degree Thesis.]
35879: HODGSON, T. - Egremond's Release or the physical and occult history of Bolton Abbey. In two parts.
36486: HODGSON, J. C. - Ulgham, Longhorsley, and Morpeth. [The Berwick Naturalists' Club 5th Meeting for 1896.]
41480: HODGSON, JOHN. - Textle manufacture, and other industries, in Keighley.
41374: HODGSON, ELLIS. - An account of the disbursements of the West-Riding of the County of York, from January to December, 1855.
42178: HODGSON, JOHN - A History of Northumberland Volume 2. [Elsdon, Wallington, Hartburn, Whalton, Redesdale.]
18458: HOFFMAN, W. G. - The Growth of Industrial Economies. Translated from the German by W. O. Henderson and W. H. Chaloner.
27211: HOFFMAN, ANN. - Bocking Deanery: the story of an Essex Peculiar.
36831: HOFFMAN, GEORGE W (EDITED BY). - Eastern Europe: Essays in Geographical Problems.
42067: HOGAN, BREVET-MAJOR. - An appeal to the public, and a farewell address to the army ... Including some strictures upon the general conduct of our military force.
28786: HOGARTH, R G. - The Trent and I go Wandering By. Stories of over fifty years of my life in Nottingham. Foreword by Lord Webb-Johnson.
22719: HOGG, IAN V.; JOHN H. BATCHELOR. - Armies of the American Revolution.
32820: HOGG, JABEZ. - The Microscope: Its history, construction, and applications. Being a familiar introduction to the use of the instrument and the study of microscopical science.
33399: HOGG, GARY. - Blind Jack of Knaresborough, road buider extraordinary.
34617: HOGG, JAMES, THE ETTRICK SHEPERD. - The History of the Long pack: a Northumbrian legend.
35620: HOGG, JABEZ. - The Microscope: its history, construction, and application, being a familiar introduction to the use of the instrument, and the study of microscopical science
26200: HOLCOMBE, F. D. - Modern Sea Angling.
24649: HOLDEN, LUTHER. - Human Osteology, comprising a description of the bones, with delineations of the attachments of the muscles, the general and microscopic structure of bone and its development. To which is added a brief notice of the unity of type in the construction of the vertebrate skeleton.
39265: HOLDERNESS, CHAS. T. - Some Driffield incidents 117 years ago (and after). Re-printed from the Driffield Observer.
43572: HOLDERNESS, THOMAS. - Some place-names of the East Riding of Yorkshire
26574: HOLDGATE, MARTIN W. - A History of Appleby, County Town of Westmorland.
35275: HOLDSWORTH, L VIOLET. - Grass of Parnassus on Firbank Fell.
26205: HOLDSWORTH, E. W. H. - Sea Fisheries. Salmon Fisheries, by Archibald.Young.
29868: HOLDSWORTH, W A. - The Law of Landlord and Tenant, with a copious collection of useful forms.
16468: HOLLAND, SIR HENRY. - Essays on Scientific and Other Subjects contributed to the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews.
29093: HOLLAND, H.C.CLIVE. - Denmark, The Land of Sea Kings. Illustrated by A.Heaton Cooper.
38267: HOLLAND, CLIVE. - From the North Foreland to Penzance. Illustrated by Maurice Randall.
39262: HOLLAND, JOHN. - Sheffield Park, a descriptive poem.
36990: HOLLAND, CLIVE. - Hungary. The Land and its People.
42524: HOLLAND, DEREK (EDITOR). - Hatfield in history: researches of a W.E.A. local history class held in the village, 1964-1966.
33794: HOLLES, GERVASE (EDITED BY). - Memorials of the Holles Family 1493-1656. Camden Third Series Volume LV.
19960: HOLLEY, GEORGE W. - The Falls of Niagara with supplementary chapters on the other famous cataracts of the world.
31096: HOLLINGBERY, THOMAS. - The History of Great Britain: From the Revolution in 1688 to the Accession of George the First (2 Volumes). Translated from the Latin manuscript of Alexander Cunningham Esq, Minister from George I to the Republic of Venice. To which is prefixed, an introduction, containing an account of the author and his writings, by William Thompson.
32765: HOLLINGWORTH, SYDNEY EWART. - The Glaciation of Western Edenside and adjoining areas and the Drumlins of Edenside and the Solway Basin. [Reprinted from the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, Vol lxxxvii, pp 281-359 and plates xxvi-xxviii, published May 29th, 1931].
24324: HOLLISTER, C. WARREN. - Anglo-Saxon Military Institutions, on the eve of the Norman Conquest.
32766: HOLLOWAY, W H. - The Story of Naseby. With many illustrations of the Battle and Photos of Naseby.
40183: HOLLOWAY, TED. - A Bevin Boy remembers: the drawings of Ted Holloway. Edited by Gill Holloway.
31295: HOLME, CHARLES (EDITOR.) - Portrait Miniatures. Text by Dr. George C. Williamson.
22745: HOLMES, EDRIC. - Wanderings in Wessex: an exploration of the southern realm from Itchen to Otter. ... drawings by M. M. Vigers.
22934: HOLMES, ERIC. - London's Countryside.
35342: HOLMES, TIMOTHY. - Masters of Medicine. Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie.
24755: HOLMES, EMRA. - Tales, Poems, and Masonic Papers. With a biographical sketch of the author by George Markham Tweddell.
25719: HOLMES, R. S., REV. - The History of Yorkshire County Cricket, 1833-1903.
31017: HOLMES, T SCOTT. - A Report on the Convocation of the Province of Canterbury on the Ecclesiastical Record of the Diocese of Bath and Wells to which is attached a short account of the Church Plate now in the custody of the Dean and Chapter of Wells and of the parochial clergy of Somerset.
31665: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. - The Autocrat of the Breakfast-Table. With illustrations by H. M. Brock.
42521: HOLMES, MARTIN. - Appleby and the crown.
41788: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. - The autocrat of the breakfast table. With illustrations by H.M. Brock.
41787: HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL. - The poet at the breakfast table. With illustrations by H.M. Brock.
20978: HOLROYD, MICHAEL. - Bernard Shaw (4 Volumes). Volume I. 1856-1898 The Search for Love. Volume II. 1898-1918 The Pursuit of Power. Volume III. 1918-1950 The Lure of Fantasy. Volume IV. 1950-1991 The Last Laugh.
38047: HOLROYD, ABRAHAM (COMPILER). - A Garland of Poetry; by Yorkshire authors, or relating to Yorkshire.
27841: HOLWORTHY, RICHARD. - Discoveries in the Diocesan Registry Wells, Somerset. A paper read before the Society Genealogists 10th March, 1926.
34560: HOMDAHL, KURT. - Course and prognosis in primary Tuberculosis with Erythema Nodosum in Children.
30466: HOME, GORDON. - What to See in the Channel Islands.
28931: HOME, HON JAMES A (EDITED BY). - Letters of Lady Louisa Stewart to Miss Louisa Clinton.
32799: HOME, GORDON. - Yorkshire Vales and Wolds.
33030: HOME, GORDON. - The People of Egypt. Painted by Lance Thackeray.
33522: HOME, GORDON. - Edinburgh "Mine Own Romatic Town".
23617: HOME, GORDON. - Through Yorkshire, the county of broad acres.
25286: HOMERSHAM, S. C. - London (Watford) Spring-Water Company. Report to the directors.
23202: HONEYCOMBE, GORDON. - The Murders of the Black Museum, 1870-1970.
33332: HONEYMAN, T. J. - Life and Alcohol. A series of lectures delivered under the auspices of the Scottish Band of Hope Union ...
41355: HONEYMAN, A. VANDOREN. - Bright days in merrie England. Four in hand journeys.
25606: HOOD, EDWIN PAXTON. - William Wordworth; a biography.
32539: HOOD, HAROLD & PETER HOOD. - York Historic Pictorial. Together with special articles on the Yorkshire Museum and the Merchant Adventurers Hall by Dr Walter Collinge and Dr Maud Sellers.
34631: HOOD, THOMAS. - The Dream of Eugene Aram, the Murderer. With designs by W. Harvey.
22883: HOOD, DOROTHY. - London is Invincible.
21863: HOOLE, K. - Stockton & Darlington Railway: anniversary celebrations of the world's first steam-worked public railway.
40250: HOOPER, JOHN. - Early Writings of John Hooper, D.D. ... Edited for The Parker Society by the Rev. Samuel Carr.
24910: HOPE, EVA. - Grace Darling, the Heroine of the Farne Islands: her life and its lessons.
26746: HOPE, ANTHONY; ARTHUR RACKHAM (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Dolly Dialogues.
21331: HOPKINS, HARRY. - The Strange Death of Private White: a Victorian scandal that made history.
26908: HOPKINS, R. THURSTON. - Moated Houses of England.
26909: HOPKINS, R. THURSTON. - Old Watermills and Windmills. With an introduction by Arthur Beckett.
31556: HOPKINS, JOHN. - A History of Hendon.
29957: HOPKINS, TIGHE. - An Idler in Old France. 'Collection of British Authors. Vol. 3375.'
6445: HOPKINS, THOMAS. - On the Atmospheric Changes which Produce Wind and Rain, and the fluctuations of the barometer.
34828: MR HOPWOOD. - Contagious Diseases Acts (Portsmouth). Copy of a Memorial from and signed by sixteen Ministers of Religion and thirty-four others resident in Portsmouth and adjacent Parishes subjected to the Contagious Diseases Acts 1866-9, recently addressed to the first Lord of the Admiralty.
25451: HORAN, JAMES D. - Desperate Men: revelations from the sealed Pinkerton files.
20251: HORBLIT, HARRISON D. - The Celebrated Library of Harrison D, Horblit Esq. Removed from Ridgefield, Connecticut. Parts I and 2: Early Science, Navigation and Travel including Americana, with a few medical books A-C [and] D-G. (2 Volumes - all published).
19856: HORN, ALFRED ALOYSIUS. - The Ivory Coast in the Earlies: the narrative of a boy trader's adventures ...
35204: HORN, JOYCE M (EDITED BY). - The Register of Robert Hallum, Bishop of Salisbury 1407-17. [Canterbury & York Society Vol LXXII.
35504: HORN, D.B. - British Public Opinion and the First Partition of Poland.
28113: HORNBY, JOHN. - Forty Country Rambles Round Leeds.
34858: HORNBY, JOHN. - Forty Country Rambles round Leeds.
31372: HORNE, M.A.C. - A Short History of The Victoria Line.
31371: HORNE, M.A.C. - A Short History of The Bakerloo Line.
30968: HORNE, H OLIVER. - A History of Savings Banks.
30834: HORNE, M.A.C. - The Northern Line. A Short History.
30021: HORNE, H. OLIVER. - Ellon Savings Bank 1839-1939.
30904: HORNE, H OLIVER. - Forres Savings Bank 1839-1939.
30905: HORNE, H OLIVER. - Stonehaven Savings Bank 1838-1939.
16957: HORNE, C. SILVESTER - A Popular History of the Free Churches.
40307: HORNE, ALEX - King Solomon's Temple in the Masonic Tradition. Foreword by Harry Carr.
40726: HORNE, H. OLIVER. - Insch and Upper Garioch Savings Bank 1838-1938.
40677: HORNSEY, JOHN. - The pronouncing expositor; or, a new spelling-book; ... To which is added an appendix ...
32053: HORSFALL, JOHN. - The Iron Masters of Penns 1720-1970.
37039: HORSFALL, JOHN. - The Iron Masters of Penns 1720-1970.
9401: HORSMAN, E.A (EDITOR). - The Diary of Alfred Domett 1872-1885.
24923: HORSMAN, E.A (EDITOR). - Dobsons Drie Bobbes: a story of sixteenth century Durham.
37113: HORVATH, PROFESSOR EUGENE. - Responsibility of Hungary for the War. [Publications of the Hungarian Frontier Readjustment League VIII].
36848: HORVATH, DR MICHAEL JOSEPH. - An Annoted Bibliography of Stephen I, King of Hungary, His Reign and His Era.
39560: HOSKEN, J.D. - Phaon and Sappho, A Play. With a selection of poems.
24515: HOSKING, ERIC; HAROLD LOWES (EDITORS). - Masterpieces of Bird Photography.
24518: HOSKING, ERIC J.; CYRIL W. NEWBERRY. - Intimate Sketches from Bird Life. With an introduction by Julian S. Huxley ...
32891: HOSKINS, W G (EDITED BY). - Exeter Militia List 1803.
23194: HOSKINS, PERCY. - Two Men Were Acquitted: the trial and acquittal of Doctor John Bodkin Adams.
37120: HOSKINS, JANINA W. - Early and Rare Polonica of the 15th - 17th Centuries in American Libraries.
16461: EDINBURGH HOSPITAL. - The Rules and Constitutions for Governing and Managing the Maiden-Hospital, founded by the Company of Merchants, and Mary Erskine, in Anno 1695. Allowed and confirmed by an act of parliament of Her Majesty Queen Anne, dated the 25th March 1707, amended and approven in a general meeting of the contributers, upon the 9th February 1708. Ratified by the Lord Provost, Baillies and Town Council, upon the 9th March the said year, except in so far as the same have been altered by an Act of the contributers, dated 10th February 1718.
40428: SHERBURN HOSPITAL - The scheme for the management and regulation of Christ's Hospital, in Sherburn, near Durham in the county of Durham : and for the application of the income thereof, as approved by the Court of Chancery, 21st December, 1857.
19094: HOTSON, J. LESLIE. - The Death of Christopher Marlowe.
33076: HOUGH, CAROLE. - The English Place Name Survey: A Finding List to Addenda and Corrigenda.
22269: HOUGHTON, FREDERICK W.; W. HUBERT FOSTER. - The Story of the Settle-Carlisle Line: being an account of the conception, construction and operation of a main-line railway over the Pennine hills.
26202: HOUGHTON, W., REV. - British Fresh-Water Fishes. Illustrated by A. F. Lydon. Engraved by Benjamin Fawcett.
35586: BOOK OF HOURS. - A Calender for the Year 1923. Containing twelve plates representing the Twelve Ages of Man which appeared in a Book of Hours printed by Thielman Kerver in Paris in MDXXII. ... reprinted by his widow Yolande Bonhomme, from which edition the woodcuts have reproduced.
41226: HOURST, LIEUT. - French enterprise in Africa. The personal narrative of Lieut. Hourst of his exploration of the Niger. Translated by Mrs. Arthur Bell. With 190 illustrations and map.
21948: HOUSE, J. W.; B. FULLERTON. - Tees-side at Mid-century: an industrial and economic survey.
29698: HOUSE, JOHN W. - The North East. 'Industrial Britain Series.'
41035: HOUSE, J.W. - Northumbrian Tweedside, the rural problem.
28338: HOUSEMAN, LAWRENCE. - Bethlehem, A Nativity Play. Performed with music by Joseph Moorat under the Stage directions of Edward Gordon.
43594: HOUSEMAN, J. W. - History of the Halifax parish church organs.
34615: HOUSTON, MARY. - A Dream at the Devil's Water: a pageant play in eight scenes.
18843: HOWARD, F. E. - The Mediaeval Styles of the English Parish Church: a survey of their development, design and features.
19682: HOWARD, L. O. - Mosquitoes: how they live; how they carry disease; how they are classified; how they may be destroyed.
22317: HOWARD, F. E. - The Mediaeval Styles of the English Parish Church: a survey of their development, design and features.
28575: HOWARD, ELIOT. - The Nature of a Bird's World.
38787: HOWARD, FRANK. - Imitative Art; or the means of representing the pictorial appearances of objects, as governed by aerial and linear perspective: being a manual of details, for the amateur sketcher and man of business, with a chapter on finish.
42439: HOWARD, JOHN. - The state of the prisons in England and Wales, with preliminary observations and an account of some foreign prisons and hospitals .
39457: HOWCROFT, A. J. - Tales of a Pennine People.
20264: HOWE, ELLIC. - The British Federation of Master Printers 1900-1950.
32716: HOWE, W H (COMPILED BY). - Everybody's Book of Games (Outdoor). Containing the Laws of all the principal outdoor games played in the British Dominions.
35827: HOWE, HARRIET D'OYLY. - Something to Amuse You. A book for the young.
23018: HOWELLS, ROSCOE. - Cliffs of Freedom: the story of Skomer Island and the last man to farm it.
34763: HOWES, REV A P. - Complete Guide to Bolton Abbey and Woods.
31759: HOWGRAVE-GRAHAM, R P. - Peter Lightfoot - Monk of Glastonbury and the Old Clock at Wells. A poem with an illustrated account of the clock.
1907: HOWITT, WILLIAM. - The Rural and Domestic Life of Germany: with characteristic sketches of its cities and scenery...
25095: HOWITT, MARY. - The Cousins in Ohio.
35881: HOWITT, WILLIAM. - The Book of the Seasons; or the calendar of nature.
42018: HOWITT, WILLIAM. - Visits to remarkable places: old halls, battle fields, and scenes ... in English history and poetry (2 Vols). [First and Second Series.]
35223: HOWLETT, RICHARD (EDITED BY). - Monumenta Franciscana Volume II. Being a further collection of original documents respecting the Franciscan order in England. [Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, or Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages].
27563: HOWORTH, HENRY H., SIR. - Saint Gregory the Great.
25604: HOWSE, RICHARD; J. W. KIRKBY. - A Synopsis of the Geology of Durham and part of Northumberland.
20929: HOWSON, GERALD. - Thief-Taker General: the rise and fall of Jonathan Wild.
17791: HOWSON, J. S. - "Before the Table:" an inquiry, historical and theological, into the true meaning of the consecration rubric in the communion service of the Church of England. With appendix and supplement, containing papers by the Bishop of St. Andrews, and the Rev. R.W. Kennion.
39787: HOYLAND, JOHN - An Epitome of the History of the World. From the creation to the advent of the Messiah, exhibiting the fulfilment of scripture prophecies, particularly in relation to the Jews (2 Vols.)
41019: HOYLE, WILLIAM. - Our national resources and how they are wasted; an omitted chapter in political economy.
41714: HOYOIS, JOS. - Autour de la Presse Caprice.
29571: HOYS, DUDLEY. - English Lakeland in Colour. A collection of colour photographs.
22409: HUBBARD, GEORGE. - On the Site of the Globe Playhouse of Shakespeare, lying to the north of Maiden Lane, Bankside, Southwark.
34695: HUBER, V. A. - The English Universities (2 Vols in 3). An abridged translation, edited by Francis W. Newman.
31352: HUBERT, JEAN. - L'Architecture Religieuse du Haut Moyan Age en France. 'Collection Chretienne et Byzantine.'
19432: HUC, M. - The Chinese Empire: forming a sequel to the work entitled "Recollections of a Journey through Tartary and Thibet." (2 Vols).
34918: HUDE, MRS ANNA. - The Evidence for Communication with the Dead.
34939: HUDLESTON, C. ROY. (EDITOR). - Durham Recusants' Estates 1717-1778. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Vol. 173.'
19496: HUDSON, KENNETH. - The Industrial Archaeology of Southern England (Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Somerset, and Gloucestershire east of the Severn).
20898: HUDSON, DEREK. - Holland House in Kensington.
33032: HUDSON, ROGER (COMPILED BY). - The JubileeYears 1887-1897.
30460: HUDSON, A V & J W WALKER (INDEXED & ARRANGED BY). - Index to the Parish Registers Preserved in the Diocesan Registry York, 1598-1641. [Rossington for 1538, York St Denis from 1558].
28869: HUDSON, ERNEST (COMPILED BY). - Barton Records.
31122: HUDSON, ERNEST (COMPILED BY). - Barton Records.
9354: HUDSON, W.H. - The Purple Land: being the narrative of one Richard Lamb's adventures in the Banda Orientál, in South America, as told by himself.
39179: HUDSON, W. H. - The Book of a Naturalist.
42014: W. A. HUDSON, LONDON. - Nett Price List ... Cornice Poles ... Stair Rods ... Cabinet Ironmongery, Portiere Rods ...
20439: HUDSPETH, H. M., MAJOR, H.M. DIVISIONAL INSPECTOR OF MINES. - Report on the causes of and circumstances attending the shaft accident which occurred at the No. 2 Shaft, Thorne Colliery, Thorne, Yorkshire, on the 15th March, 1926.
21058: HUEBNER, [JOSEPH ALEXANDER] VON, BARON. - Through the British Empire (2 Volumes in 4).
25947: HUELSEN, CHRISTIAN. - The Forum and the Palatine. Translated by Helen H. Tanzer ... from the first German edition, with numerous additions and revisions by the Author.
23195: HUGGETT, RENEE; PAUL BERRY. - Daughters of Cain: the story of eight women executed since Edith Thompson in 1923.
33571: HUGGINS, WILLIAM, SIR. - The Royal Society, or, science in the state and in the schools.
20571: HUGHES, EDWARD. - North Country Life in the Eighteenth Century. Volume II. Cumberland and Westmorland 1700-1830.
25203: HUGHES, EDWARD. - North Country Life in the Eighteenth Century. The North-East, 1700-1750.
25737: HUGHES, JOSEPH, REV. - The History of the Township of Meltham, near Huddersfield; in the West-Riding of the county of York; from the earliest times to the present. Edited with additions by C. H.
32602: HUGHES, HERBERT. - Chronicle of Chester. The 200 Years 1775-1975.
32477: HUGHES, M VIVIAN. - A London Family 1870-1900.
31233: HUGHES, M. VIVIAN. - A London Family 1870-1900: a trilogy ...
30311: HUGHES, HAROLD H & HERBERT L NORTH. - The Old Churches of Snowdonia.
31704: HUGHES, HAROLD H & HERBERT L NORTH. - The Old Churches of Snowdonia.
32553: HUGHES, HAROLD & HERBERT L NORTH. - The Old Churches of Snowdonia.
33163: HUGHES, H D. - A History of Durham Cathedral Library. With an introduction and additional chapter on 'Some Later Durham Bibliophiles'.
23460: HUGHES, GLYN. - Millstone Grit.
42686: HUGHES, BRYAN. - John Laycock, weaver & organbuilder.
41970: HUGHES, THOMAS. - Memoir of the late Rev. W. H. Massie, rector of St. Mary's, Chester, and first ecclesiastical secretary to the Chester architectural, archaeological, and historic society.
42162: HUGHES, THOMAS. - The Great Barrow or Tope of Sanchee, in central India, with illustrations taken on the spot by the late Rev. W. H. Massie.
41205: HUGHES, THOMAS. - The city against the abbey, or disputes between the corporation and cathedral authorities of Chester: Being a peep at some local squabbles between the state and the church, in and prior to the 17th century. Read before a meeting of the Chester archaeological and historic society, December 14th, 1874.
34038: HUGIL, ROBERT. - Castles and Peles of Cumberland and Westmorland. A guide to the Strongholds of the Western English Borderland...and their place in Border History.
26414: HUGIL, ROBERT. - The Castles and Towers of the County of Durham.
24759: HUGILL, ROBERT. - Borderland Castles and Peles. A concise guide to the strongholds of the Anglo-Scottish border, ...
34102: HUGILL, ROBERT. - The Castles & Towers of Durham.
24378: HUGO, A. - Histoire de l'Empereur Napoleon, redigee d'apres les notes et dictees de l'Empereur lui-meme ...
42081: HUGO, THOMAS. - The History of Taunton Priory in the county of Somerset.
8932: HUISH, MARCUS B. - Happy England. Painted by Helen Allingham.
30923: HULBERT, HUGH R. - In the Footsteps of William and Dorothy. An illustrated anthology.
38794: HULBERT, CHARLES AUGUSTUS. - Annals of the church in Slaithwaite, (near Huddersfield), West-Riding of Yorkshire, form 1593 to 1864, in five lectures, with a continuation and notes.
41499: HULL, EDWARD. - The Coal-Fields of Great Britain: their history, structure, and resources, with notices of the coal-fields of other parts of the world.
22087: HULL, R. - Roman Colchester.
34485: HULL, NANCY. - In Memory Street. Dedicated to W.J.K.
35807: HULL, JOHN E., REV. - Catalogue of the Spiders (Araneidea) of Northumberland and Durham. [Contained within] 'Natural History Transactions of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne. Vol. XIII. Part I.'
43578: HULL. - Planning in Action. An account of aims and achievements in Kingston upon Hull. [With illustrations and maps.]
40929: HULL. - Hull Philharmonic Society centenary brochure.
23390: HULTON, H. F. E. - Beer.
36358: HUMBLE, J G & PETER HANSELL. - Westminster Hospital 1716-1974.
26539: HUME, WALTER C. - Report on the Queensland Tin Field.
35433: HUME, DAVID. - The History of England from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the Revolotion in 1688. (6 Vols). To which is prefixed, a short account of his life, written by himself.
42054: HUME, REV. A. - Ancient Meols: or, some account of the antiquities found near Dove Point, on the sea-coast of Cheshire; including a comparison of them with relics of the same kinds respectively, procured elsewhere.
36954: HUMPHREY, GRACE. - Pilsudski. Builder of Poland.
18767: HUMPHREY, WILLIAM. - Conscience and Law or, principles of human conduct.
29568: HUMPHREY-SMITH, CECIL, ET AL (EDITORS). - The Cambridge Armorial ...
30313: OLD HUMPHREY. [GEORGE MOGRIDGE]. - Wanderings in the Isle of Wight.
26900: HUMPHREYS, A. L. - How to Write a Village History.
18546: HUNT, PERCIVAL. - Fifteenth Century England.
18580: HUNT, PERCIVAL. - Fifteenth Century England.
22887: HUNT, LEIGH. - The Town: its memorable characters and events.
35311: HUNT, J ERIC. - The Glass in S Mary's Church Shrewsbury. With a foreword by Bishop Hamilton, Dean of Windsor.
34425: THOMAS C HUNT. - Digestive Disease - The Changing Scene. The Harveian Oration 1972. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1972].
26781: HUNT, C. J. - The Book Trade in Northumberland and Durham to 1860. A supplement to C. J. Hunt's biographical dictionary
33847: HUNT, WRAY. - Essays.
33628: HUNT, C. J. - The Book Trade in Northumberland and Durham to 1860. A bibliographical dictionary of printers, engravers, lithographers, booksellers, stationers, publishers, mapsellers, printsellers, musicsellers, bookbinders, newsagaents and owners of circulating libraries.
40547: HUNT, ROBERT; J. F. W. HERSCHEL; MICHAEL FARADAY, ET AL. - The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science. Third Series. No. 145.
39356: HUNT, BRIAN. - 100 years of Durham County Cricket Club.
39427: HUNT, C. J. - The lead miners of the Northern Pennines in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
40933: HUNT, ROBERT (EDITOR). - Popular Romances of the West of England; or, the drolls, traditions, and superstitions of old Cornwall.
8910: HUNTER, JOSEPH, REV. - The Hallamshire Glossary.
20980: HUNTER, WILLIAM B., JNR (EDITOR). - The English Spenserians: the poetry of Giles Fletcher, George Wither, Michael Drayton, Phineas Fletcher and Henry More.
25265: HUNTER, DAVID. - Opera and Song Books Published in England, 1703-1726: a descriptive bibliography.
34422: DONALD HUNTER. - Harvey and his Contemporaries. The Harveian Oration of 1957.
33804: HUNTER, REV JOSEPH. - Ecclesiastical documents, viz. I, A brief history of the bishopric of Somerset form its foundation to the year 1174; II, Charters from the library of Dr. Cox Macro Camden Old Series Volume VIII.
31084: HUNTER, SIR WILLIAM WILSON. - The Thackerays in India and Some Calcutta Graves.
34860: HUNTER, REV R. - A Sermon, preached in Whitehaven, at the ordination of the Rev R Hogg, on Wednesday, June 27th, 1821. [Published by Request].
36071: HUNTER, SIR WILLIAM WILSON. - The Thackerays in India and some Calcutta Graves.
36465: HUNTER, ROBERT. - A brief account of a tour through some parts of Scotland.
38491: HUNTER, JOSEPH, REV. - Ecclesiastical Documents: viz. I. A brief history of the Bishoprick of Somerset from its foundation to the year 1174. II. Charters from the library of Dr. Cox Macro.
41228: HUNTER, ARCHIBALD. - Hydrotherapy; Its principles and practice. For home use. Chiefly intended for mothers and families.
1522: HUNTINGDONSHIRE. - The Post Office Directory for Huntingdon. E.R. Kelly (Editor).
43241: HUNTINGTON, WILLIAM. - A divine poem upon a spiritual birth.
22755: HURRY, JAMIESON B. - King Henry Beauclerc and Reading Abbey.
41906: HURRY, JAMIESON B. - The rise and fall of Reading Abbey.
38339: HURRY, JAMIESON B. - Sumer is icumen in.
41206: HURTLEY, THOMAS. - Poems on the scenery and natural curiousities of Malhamdale. With two views by J.D. Watson. Edited by Thomas Brayshaw.
38264: HUSKISSON, W. - The question concerning the depreciation of our currency stated and examined.
36683: HUTAK, J B. - With Blood and with Iron. The Lidice Story.
23071: HUTCHESON, ALEXANDER. - Old Stories in Stone, and other papers.
27279: HUTCHINGS, MONICA. - Inside Somerset.
35532: HUTCHINSON, A M. - Hypnotism and Self Education.
24241: HUTCHINSON, ROBERT. - The Works of Robert Hutchinson ... Edited for The Parker Society by John Bruce.
31568: HUTCHINSON, WILL M. - The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham. Volume II.
37779: HUTCHINSON, HORACE. - Golfing. 'The "Oval" Series of Games.'
34681: HUTH, ALFRED HENRY. - The Marriage of Near Kin, considered with respect to the laws of nations, the results of experience and the teachings of biology.
23227: HUTIN, SERGE. - Casting Spells.
9373: HUTTON, CAPTAIN F.W. - Index Faunae Novae Zealandiae.
22849: HUTTON, LAURENCE. - Literary Landmarks of London.
22901: HUTTON, WILLIAM HOLDEN. - Hampton Court.
31567: HUTTON, W. - The History of Birmingham. With considerable additions.
28063: HUTTON, EDWARD. - Giovanni Boccaccio. A biographical study ...
18892: HUTTON, EDWARD, LIEUTENANT-GENERAL, SIR (EDITOR). - A Brief History of the King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1755 to 1915.
19726: HUTTON, EDWARD. - Rome.
5949: HUTTON, STANLEY. - Bristol and its famous Associations.
39253: HUTTON, W. - The Battle of Bosworth-Field, between Richard the Third, and Henry Earl of Richmond, August 22, 1485 ...
18062: HUXLEY, ALDOUS (EDITOR AND INTRO). - The Letters of D. H. Lawrence.
18743: HUXLEY, THOMAS HENRY. - Critiques and Addresses.
27506: HUXLEY, ANTHONY (FOREWORD). - A Vision of Eden: the life and work of Marianne North.
9212: HUXLEY, JULIAN. - From Antique Land. Ancient and modern in the Middle East.
18794: HUXLEY, JULIAN. - Evolution in Action. Based on the Patten Foundation lectures delivered at Indiana University in 1951.
37851: HUXTABLE, REV. A - The "Present Prices."
31055: HUYSHE, WENTWORTH. - The Royal Manor of Hitchin and its Lords Harold and the Balliols. Illustrated by F L Griggs and D Macpherson.
33579: HYDE, FRANCIS E.; J. R. HARRIS. - Blue Funnel: a history of Alfred Holt and Company of Liverpool from 1865 to 1914.
41350: HYDE, JAMES WILSON. - The Royal Mail. Its curiosities and romance.
28855: HYNES, SAMUEL. - William Golding.
31792: HYSLOP, JAMES HERVEY. - A Further Record of Observations of Certain Trance Phenomena. [Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research Part XLI].
34304: ILEY, WALTER R. - Corbridge, Border Village.
34906: ILLING, REV E J (COMPILED BY). - A Historyof the Parish of Middleton and of its Parish Church (St Mary the Blessed Virgin 1846-1971).
30284: M'ILWRAITH, WILLIAM. - The Visitors' Guide to Wigtownshire. With notes historical, antiquarian, & descriptive. Upon the burghs, towns, villages, gentlemen's seats, ruins, and other places of interest in the County.
17002: IMMS, A. D. - Insect Natural History.
41756: IMPEY, JOHN. - The Modern Pleader, containing the several forms of declarations in all actions, with notes thereon: also, a collection of choice and useful precedents, for declarations in the superior courts, in the action of account, and common assumpsit, with those on promissory notes: to which are added, a variety of useful notes and observations, the several cases determined in those actions, with the evidence necessary to support each declaration ...
19808: INDIA. - Report of the Indian Statutory Commission. Volume I - Survey.
29623: INDIA. - The Article on the Colonization and Commerce of British India. From the Westminster Review, No. 22, for October 1829.
42702: INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF COTTON AND ALLIED TEXTILE INDUSTRIES. - Official report of the International Cotton Congress held in Egypt, 1927.
24303: THE KING'S OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. - Bicentenary Commemoration Service The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry ... in York Minster at 11.30 A.M. on Monday, 1st August [Minden Day], 1955.
24302: THE KING'S OWN YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY. - Order of Service and procedure in the Memorial Chapel of The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, York Minster, ... for the dedication of a book of honour and memorial windows in remembrance of members who lost their lives in the war 1939-45, at 11.30 A.M. on Friday, 1st August [Minden Day], 1947.
41956: THE DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. - A Regimental Review for the year 1929.
41958: DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. - The laying up of the Colours ... and memorial to all ranks of the 9th Bn. The Durham Light Infantry (T.A.) ... Gateshead, 5th November, 1949.
39669: DURHAM LIGHT INFANTRY. - Standing orders of 1st Cadet Battalion, The Durham Light Infantry.
26540: BIRMINGHAM INFIRMARY. - A Report of the Out-Patients attended by F. Ryland at the Birmingham Town Infirmary between ... 1835 and ... 1836. [With] A Report of the Out-Patients attended by the late George Parsons at the Birmingham Infirmary between ... 1835 and ... 1836. [With] A Report of Cases Treated at the Birmingham Dispensary, from ... 1837, to ... 1838. By T. Ogier Ward ... [With] [Birmingham Eye Infirmary] Report of the Cases Attended During the Year 1837, by R. Middlemore ...
37518: INGEMAN, W. M. - The Minor Architecture of Worcestershire. 'Domestic Architecture of Old England Series.'
22804: INGLEBY, C. M. - Shakespeare's Centurie of Prayse; being materials for a history of opinion on Shakespeare and his works, A.D. 1591-1693. Revised, with many additions, by Lucy Toulmin Smith.
29743: INGLEDEW, C J DAVISON. - The History and Antiquities of North Allerton, in the County of York.
41391: INGLEDEW, C.J. DAVISON - The ballads and songs of Yorkshire. Transcribed from private manuscripts, rare broadsides, and scarce publications; with notes and a glossary.
19836: INGSTAD, HELGE. - Westward to Vinland. The discovery of pre-Columbian Norse house-sites in North America.
29807: AN INHABITANT [ROBINSON, FRANCES]. - A Glossary of Yorkshire Words and Phrases, collected in Whitby and Neighbourhood. With Examples of their colloquial use, and allusions to local customs and traditions.
20495: INKYO, PSEUD. - The Reflections of Inkyo on The Great Company [i.e. The Hudson's Bay Company].
24227: INNES, C. (EDITOR). - Ancient Laws and Customs of the Burghs of Scotland. Vol. 1. A.D. 1124-1424.
31058: INNES, LIEUT-GENERAL JJ MCLEOD. - Sir Henry Lawrence. The Pacificator.
41627: INNES, SIR THOMAS - Scots Heraldry. A practical handbook on the historical principles and modern application of the art and science.
18516: LONDON ASYLUM INQUIRY. - The Eastern Hospitals Inquiry. Report of evidence ... with reference to the expenditure ... , at the Eastern (Homerton) Hospitals of the Metropolitan Asylums Board.
28588: INTERNATIONAL WILD FOWL INQUIRY. - Volume I: factors affecting the general status of wild geese and wild duck.
5302: INSECTS. - Insect Manufactures.
23183: IMPERIAL INSTITUTE. - Vandium Ores. Monographs on mineral resources with special reference to the British Empire ...
42323: ROYAL SANITARY INSTITUTE. - Souvenir of the 23rd congress held at Bristol, July 9th to 14th, 1906. [Incopororating] The New Guide to Bristol and Clifton, and the Bristol Channel Circuit.
34613: DOCK OPENING INVITATION. - The Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company Ltd., Newcastle-on-Tyne. Invitation. Opening of New Graving Dock. ... Saturday 12th January 1895 ...
36984: IONESCU, GHITA. - Communism in Rumania 1944-1962.
42422: IRBY, CHARLES LEONARD; JAMES MANGLES. - Travels in Egypt and Nubia, Syria, and the Holy Land; including a journey round the Dead Sea, and through the country east of Jordan.
20616: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. - Old London. Papers read at the London Congress, July, 1866.
22928: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. - Old London. Papers read at the London Congress, July, 1866.
24056: ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. - Memoirs illustrative of the history and antiquities of Norfolk and the city of Norwich, communicated to the annual meeting of the Archĉological Institute ... held at Norwich, July, 1847, ...
33545: IRELAND, ALEXANDER. - The Book-Lover's Enchiridion: thoughts on the solace and companionship of books, ...
27413: IRVINE, LYN. - Alison Cairns and her Family.
35010: IRVINE, J. T. - The Architecture of Wells Cathedral: a paper read ... before ... the Somerset Archaeological Society ... on Tuesday, August 19th, 1873. Reprinted from the "Wells Journal" ...
36485: IRVINE, LYN. - Alison Cairns and her family.
5304: IRVING, WASHINGTON. - Bachelors and Bachelor's Confessions. Pictures by Cecil Aldin.
5305: IRVING, WASHINGTON. - Bachelors and Bachelor's Confessions. Pictures by Cecil Aldin.
19296: IRVING, JOSEPH. - The History of Dumbartonshire, Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Territorial; with genealogical notices of the principal families in the county: the whole based on authentic records, public and private.
30110: IRVING, WASHINGTON. - Tales of a Traveller.
31831: IRVING, WASHINGTON. - Stratford Upon Avon from the Sketch Book of Washington Irving. With notes and original illustrations. Edited by Richard Savage and Salt Brassington.
37511: IRVING, WASHINGTON. - Sketch of William Roscoe.
32106: IRWIN, D HASTINGS. - War Medals and Decorations Issued to the British Military and Naval Forces from 1588 to 1889.
37958: ISAAC, PETER (EDITOR). - Bewick and After: wood-engraving in the northeast. A jubilee volume of reprints from the History of the Book Trade in the North.
33909: ISHAM, SIR GYLES (EDITED BY). - The Correspondence of Bishop Brian Duppa and Sir Justinian Isham 1650-1660. Preface by Sir George Clark. [Publications of the Northamptonshire Record Society Vol XVII].
24630: IVANOV-SMOLENSKY, A. G. - Essays on the Patho-Physiology of the Higher Nervous Activity. According to I. P. Pavlov and his school.
36176: COLLECTANEA ADAMANTAEA. - IX. - Narrative of the Events of The Siege of Lyons. Translated from the French. (1794). Edited by Edmund Goldsmid ...
6125: IZZARD, RALPH. - The Abominable Snowman Adventure.
19613: JACK, J. W. - Samaria in Ahab's Time: Harvard excavations and their results with chapters on the political and religious situation.
1270: JACKSON, EDITH. - Annals of Ealing from the twelfth century to the present time, compiled from manorial and parochial documents.
8544: JACKSON, CATHERINE CHARLOTTE, LADY. - The Court of France in the Sixteenth Century. 1514-1559 (2 Vols).
18408: JACKSON, CHARLES JAMES. - English Goldsmiths and their Marks: a history of the goldsmiths and plateworkers of England, Scotland, and Ireland; with over eleven thousand marks, reproduced in fac-simile from authentic examples of plate, and tables of date-letters and other hall-marks employed in the assay offices of the United Kingdom.
30867: JACKSON, WILLIAM. - Gerard Lowther's House. [Reprinted from the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society].
30333: JACKSON, JOHN. - History of the City and Cathedral of Lichfield.
34100: JACKSON, REV CHARLES E. - The Place-Names of Durham.
25582: JACKSON, A. - Steelmaking for Steelmakers.
40934: JACKSON, N.G. - Newark Magnus. The story of a gift.
22668: JAGGARD, W. R. - Plates of Building Construction. With an introduction by Professor A. E. Richardson.
37134: JAGODZINSKI, ZDZISLAW (EDITED BY). - Bibliography of Books in Polish or Relating to Poland, published outside Poland since September 1st 1939. Vol V: 1968-1971 and Supplements to 1939-1967 (No 1-2976).
3786: JAMES, HENRY. - The Real Thing and other tales.
15637: JAMES, D. GERAINT (EDITOR). - Circulation of the Blood.
19172: JAMES, JACOB F. - Inaugural Address of the Hon. Jacob F. James, Mayor, to the City Council of Manchester: delivered before the two branches in convention, January 6, 1857.
20856: JAMES, NORMAN G. BRETT. - The History of Mill Hill School 1807-1907.
22083: JAMES, H., COLONEL SIR. - Domesday Book, or The Great Survey of England of William the Conquerer ... Fac-simile of the part relating to Northamptonshire.
27555: JAMES, JOHN - A Comment upon the Collects appointed to be used in the Church of England, before the epistle and gospel on Sundays and holydays throughout the year.
30557: JAMES, REV EDWARD. - The Parish Church of S Mary, Riccall.
29318: JAMES, CHRISTOPHER J. - M.P. For Dewsbury. One hundred years of Parliamentary Representation.
31614: JAMES, MONTAGUE RHODES. - The Ancient Libraries of Canterbury and Dover. The catalogues of the libraries of Christ Church Priory and St Augustine's Abbey at Canterbury and of St Martin's Priory at Dover. Now first collected and published with an introduction and identifications of the extant remains.
33823: JAMES, G DOUGLAS. - The Town and Country of Haverfordwest and its Story.
26998: JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND, I OF ENGLAND. - The Essayes of a Prentise, in the Divine Art of the Poesie. Edinburgh 1585. A Counterblaste to Tobacco. London 1604. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
25830: JAMES, MARQUIS. - Andrew Jackson: the border captain.
25056: JAMES, BETTY. - A Kingdom by the Sea. An exploration of Northumberland, Durham and the North Riding of Yorkshire.
39009: JAMES, JOHN. - The Paladins: a social history of the RAF up to the outbreak of World War II.
34331: JAMES I, KING OF ENGLAND, 1566-1625. - The Historie and Life of King James the Sext. Written towards the latter part of the sixteenth century. [By John Colville. The editor's preface signed: M. L., i.e. Malcolm Laing.]
31341: JAMES, G. P. R. - Morley Ernstein; or, The Tenants of the Heart.
32850: CLEPHAN. JAMES. - The Story of Stockton Bridge; with also, the canal and the railroad (Stockton and Darlington); and the steamboat on the Tyne. With the author's compliments.
41733: JAMES, JOHN. - History of the Worsted manufacture in England, from the earliest times: with introductory notices of the manufacture among the ancient nations, and during the middle ages.
29861: JAMESON, MRS. - Memoirs and Essays Illustrative of Art, Literature and Social Morals.
34385: JAMESON, M. B. - The Long Day: 1883-1983.
24708: JAMESON, JAMES S. - Story of the Rear Column of the Emin Pasha Relief Expedition. By the late James S. Jameson, naturalist to the expedition. Edited by Mrs. J. S. Jameson.
24208: JAMIESON, JOHN. - Bell the Cat; or, who destroyed the Scottish abbeys?
28866: JAMIESON, MICHAEL. - The Railway Stephensons.
38179: DE JANCSO, BENEDICT. - The Szekelys: a historical and ethnographical essay.
18643: JANET, PAUL. - Final Causes. Translated ... by William Affleck ... preface by Robert Flint.
29834: JAQUES, JOHN. - Croquet: The laws and regulations of the game, thoroughly revised, with a description of the implements, etc, etc.
19024: JAQUET, EUGENE; ALFRED CHAPUIS. - Histoire et Technique de la Montre Suisse de ses origines a nos jours.
22061: JAQUIN, NOEL. - The Hand of Man: a practical treatise of the science of hand reading, dealing in detail with its psychological, sexual, superstitious and medical aspects.
25871: JARVIS, C. S., MAJOR. - Yesterday and To-day in Sinai.
36939: JASNOWSKI, DR JOZEF. - England and Poland in the XVIth and XVIIth Centuries. [Polish Science and Learning].
28359: JAY, BILL & MOORE, MARGARET. (EDITED BY) - Bernard Shaw on Photography.
42527: JAY, EILEEN. - Wordsworth at Colthouse: an account of the poet's boyhood years spent in the remote Lakeland hamlet of Colthouse
31200: JEAFFRESON, JOHN CORDY. - Annals of Oxford (2 Vols).
19633: JEANS, THOMAS. - The Tommiebeg Shootings: or, a moor in Scotland.
37328: JEANS, J S. - Pioneers of the Cleveland Iron Trade.
29837: JEBB, MAJOR-GENERAL SIR JOSHUA. - Report on the Discipline and Management of the Military Prisons, 1861.
29850: JEBOULT, EDWARD. - A General Account of West Somerset, description of the Valley of the Tone, and the history of the town of Taunton.
22889: JEFFERIES, RICHARD. - Nature Near London.
39500: JEFFREY, G. N. - From St. Mary's Tower. The story of the 1935 pageant of St. Mary's and Gateshead Town. Lino cuts by F. C. Merelie.
34844: JEFFREYS, HOWELL & J.T ROBSON. - Reports to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department of an Explosion which occurred at the Morfa Colliery, Port Talbot, on the 10th of March 1890. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
16144: JELLY, OLIVER. - Ditchcraft and Other Essays.
31902: JELLY, OLIVER. - Ditchcraft and Other Essays.
1434: (PENN). JENKINS, HOWARD M. - The Family of William Penn, Founder of Pennsylvania, Ancestry, and Descendants.
18010: JENKINS, ELIZABETH (INTRO). - Collected Reports of the Jane Austin Society 1949-1965.
18078: JENKINS, ELIZABETH. - Jane Austen.
27494: JENKINS, E. H. - The Small Rock Garden. Edited by F. W. Harvey.
39134: JENKINS, W. - Leaves from Consett Iron Company Letter Books, 1887-1893.
28202: JENKINSON, HENRY IRWIN. - Jenkinson's Practical Guide to Carlisle, Gilsland, Roman Wall, and Neighbourhood.
32618: JENNINGS, P H (COMPILED BY). - Festival of Britain Guide to Cannock Chase 1951.
32935: JENNINGS, JAMES. - The Dialect of the West of England. Particularly Somersetshire; with a glossary of words now in use there; also the poems and other pieces exemplifying the dialect.
36002: JENNINGS, PAYNE. - Photo Pictures In East Anglia. With decriptive letterpress by Annie Berlyn.
39930: JENNINGS, BERNARD (EDITOR). - A History of Harrogate & Knaresborough. Written by the Harrogate W.E.A. Local History Group.
33802: JERDAN, WILLIAM. - Rutland papers. Original documents illustrative of the courts and times of Henry VII and Henry VIII. Selected from the private archives of his grace the Duke of Rutland. Camden Old Series Volume XXI.
33803: JERDAN, WILLIAM. - Letters from James, Earl of Perth, Lord Chancellor of Scotland, etc., to his sister, the Countess of Erroll, and other members of his family. Camden Old Series Volume XXXIII.
34365: JERDAN, WILLIAM (EDITOR). - Letters from James Earl of Perth, Lord Chancellor of Scotland, &c., to his sister, the Countess of Erroll, and other members of his family. 'Camden Society. Original Series. No. 33.'
17874: BASTIN. JEREMY. - The History of the 15th/19th the King's Royal Hussars 1945-1980.
27996: JERMYN, STANLEY T. - Flora of Essex. With a section on the Bryophyta by Kenneth J Adams.
34871: JERNINGHAM, SIR HUBERT. - Norham Castle. An abbreviated account.
39118: JERNINGHAM, HUBERT E. H. - Norham Castle.
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