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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.
9317: JEPHSON, LADY. - Notes of a Nomad.
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.
27978: JERROLD, WALTER. - London. Painted by E W Haslehust.
36744: JERROLD, WALTER. - The Danube.
32866: JERSEY. - Map of the Island of Jersey, divided into parishes, with all the roads, lanes, &c. Engraved by Becker's patent process.
39296: JERVOISE, E. - The Ancient Bridges of the North of England.
19042: JESPERSON, OTTO. - Language: its nature, development and origin.
27142: JESSE, EDWARD. - Favorite Haunts and Rural Studies; including visits to spots of interest in the vicinity of Windsor and Eton.
32095: JEWELS, E N. - A History of Archbishop Holgate's Grammar School York 1546-1946.
32983: JEWERS, ARTHUR J (EDITED BY). - The Registers of the Abbey Church of SS Peter and Paul, Bath. Volume II. [The Publications of the Harleian Society, Registers Volume XXVIII].
27827: JOCELYN, CAPTAIN ARTHUR. - Awards of Honour. The Orders, Decorations, Medals and Awards of Great Britain & the Commonwealth from Edward III to Elizabeth II. With a foreword by the Rt Hon the Earl Mountbatten of Burma.
23714: SECUNDUS. JOHANNES. - Kisses, being the Basia of Johannes Secundus, rendered into English verse by Thomas Stanley, 1647.
40648: MOIR. JOHN. - A Brief Explaination of the Catholic Liturgy. Shewing the meaning, the propriety, antiquity, and authority of its component parts, vestments, ceremonies, and doctrines.
16291: JOHN, W. D. - Swansea Porcelain.
29322: JOHN, EDWARD T. - Wales: Its Notable Sons and Daughters. St David's Day Addresses delivered before the Cleveland and Durham Welsh National Society, 1905-1910.
39749: JOHN, ARTHUR H; GLANMOR WILLIAMS (EDITORS). - Glamorgan County History. Volume V. Industrial Glamorgan from 1700 to 1970.
25971: JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY, MANCHESTER. - Catalogue of an exhibition of mediaeval manuscripts and jewelled book covers, shown in the main library from January xii to December MCMXII, including lists of palaeographical works and of historical periodicals ...
27797: JOHNS, FRANCIS A. - A Bibliography of Arthur Waley.
38399: JOHNS, C. A., REV. - The Forest Trees of Britain.
36652: JOHNSON, NORMAN (COMPILED BY). - A Brief Guide to Culross.
18597: JOHNSON, PAUL. - The Offshore Islanders.
19507: JOHNSON, W. BRANCH. - The Industrial Archaeology of Hertfordshire.
19749: JOHNSON, MARTIN. - Congorilla: adventures with pygmies and gorillas in Africa.
35762: JOHNSON, E PAULINE. - Legends of Vancouver.
22213: JOHNSON, RAYNOR C. - The Imprisoned Splendour: an approach to reality, based upon the significance of data drawn from the fields of natural science, psychical research and mystical experience.
22933: JOHNSON, B. H. - Berkeley Square to Bond Street: the early history of the neighbourhood.
24392: JOHNSON, SAMUEL. - A Journey to the Western Island of Scotland in 1773. With a preface by D. T. Holmes, B.A.
25042: JOHNSON, W., REV. - A Catalogue of Mr. N. J. Winch's Lichens, now in the Museum of the Natural History Society, Newcastle-upon-Tyne .... December, 1887. [Extracted from] Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. 8, 1880-1889.
25660: JOHNSON, CHARLES (TRANSLATOR, INTRODUCTION AND NOTES). - The Course of the Exchequer by Richard, Son of Nigel ... [and] Establishment of the Royal Household.
27408: JOHNSON, JOHN. - Private Correspondence of William Cowper Esq, with several of his intimate friends. (2 Volumes). Now first published from the originals in the posession of his kinsman, John Johnson LL.D. Rector of Yaxham with Welborne in Norfolk.
31001: JOHNSON, THOS. - A Gossiping Booklet about Lancaster Castle, its Annals and Associations. How the debtors lived in it, and how some remarkable executions were conducted just behind it, with information for visitors, portraits and illustrations.
32773: JOHNSON, THOS & W H BINGHAM. - All about Lancaster Castle: its annals and associations; and an account of all the remarkable excursions conducted just behind it, with information for visitors, portraits and illustrations.
24645: JOHNSON AND JOHNSON. - Operative Procedure.
22547: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - World Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series No. 8."
22546: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - Empire Lyrics: a coronation garland "The Voice of One Series No. 7."
22545: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - Human Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series No. 6."
22544: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - Nature Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series No. 5."
22543: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - Devotional Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series No. 4."
22542: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - Love Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series No. 2."
22541: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - Labour Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series No. 3."
22540: JOHNSON, H. HARROLD. - I. English Lyrics. "The Voice of One Series."
39977: JOHNSON, MELVIN M. - The Beginnings of Freemasonry in America. Containing a reference to all that is known of Freemasonry in the Western Hemisphere prior to 1750, and short sketches of the lives of some of the Provincial Grand Masters.
41087: JOHNSON, MARGOT (EDITOR). - Northern Notes, Durham City. Its present condition and suggestions for improvement. Two issues, Vol. 1: Part 6 & Vol. 2: Part 1. Compiled by members of the "Durham and its backcloth through the centuries" courses.
42124: JOHNSON, JOHN. - Topographia or the printers' instructor. Including an account of the origin of Printing, with biographical notices of the printers of England, from Caxton to the close of the sixteenth century; a series of ... alphabets, etc. (2 Vols)
40278: JOHNSON, RICHARD. - The ancient customs of the city of Hereford, with translations of the earlier city charters and grants; also some account of the trades of the city and other information relative to its early history.
40315: JOHNSON, G.Y. - The Grand Lodge South of the River Trent. The Prestonian Lecture for 1947.
18443: JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER KEITH. - The Geographical Distribution of Material Wealth. II. Historical notes regarding the Merchant Company of Edinburgh and the Widows' Scheme and Hospitals. [by Mr. A. K. Makie].
20493: JOHNSTON, ALEXANDER KEITH. - The Geographical Distribution of Material Wealth. II. Historical notes regarding the Merchant Company of Edinburgh ... [by Charles LAWSON]
21098: JOHNSTON, DENIS. - In Search of Swift.
33822: JOHNSTON, PHILIP MAINWARING. - A Schedule of Antiquities in the County of Surrey. Prepared under the auspices of the council of the Surrey Archaeological Society.
34216: JOHNSTON, HENRY & THOMAS BELL. - Inquiry under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887 into the fatal accident which occurred at the Mauricewood Colliery, on the 5th September 1889. Supplementary Report to the Secretary of State for the Home Department. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34217: JOHNSTON, HENRY & THOMAS BELL. - Inquiry under the Mines Regulation Act 1887. Mauricewood Colliery. Report to the Secretary of State for the Home Department. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
43567: JOHNSTON, ALFRED WINTLE AND AMY (EDITORS). - Diplomatarium orcadense et hialtlandense : Fornbrefasafn orkneyinga og hjaltlendinga. Orkney and Shetland records ... With introduction and index by Alfred W. Johnston. Vol. 1. 'Old-lore Series Vol. 7
38666: JOHNSTON, GEORGE. - No. X. A Descriptive Catalogue of the recent Zoophytes found on the Coast of Durham ... Read April 16, 1832. [Extracted from the Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. II. 1832.]
43031: JOHNSTON, THOMAS, OF BORROWSTOUNNESS. - The records of an ancient Friendly Society: the Bo'ness United General Sea Box. Two centuries and a half of local history. [Reprinted from the Falkirk Herald.]
30486: JOHNSTONE, HUGH. - Report...on the causes of and circumstances attending an irruption of water, which occurred at Brereton Collieries, South Staffordshire, on the 15th February, 1908. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty.
28411: THE CHEVALIER DE JOHNSTONE. - A Memoir of the Forty-Five. Edited with an introduction by Brian Rawson.
32726: JOHNSTONE, HUGH. - Report...on the causes and circumstances attending an irruption of water, which occurred at Brereton Collieries, South Staffordshire, on the 15th February 1908. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of his Majesty.
23388: JOHNSTONE, SYDNEY J. - Empire Mineral Resources and their Relation to the War Effort.
34265: JOHNSTONE, HUGH. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Midland and Southern District (No 8) to his Majesty's Secretary of Stae for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1908, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1910. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty].
41855: JOHNSTONE, JOHN. - Observations on medical reform.
39127: CARPENTRY AND JOINERY. - An atlas of engravings to accompany and illustrate "Elementary Principles of Carpentry, with a Treatise on Joinery."
37582: JOLLEY, JOHN. - The Head-Constable's-Assistant: or, a Mize-Book for the County-Palatine of Cheshire. The same being tables ready cast up; whereby any township's just proportion of any tax charged by way of the mize, may readily and exactly known.
18696: JONES, HENRY. - Browning as a Philosophical and Religious Teacher.
18705: JONES, W. TUDOR. - An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy.
19256: JONES, S. J. (EDITOR). - Dundee and District.
35963: JONES, PHILIP & RAYMOND SMITH. - A Guide to the Records in the Corporation of London Records Office and the Guildhall Library Muniment Room.
22461: JONES, FRANK, REV. - The Life of Martin Frobisher, Knight, containing a narrative of the Spanish Armada.
22568: JONES, JOHN. - The History and Antiquities of Harewood, in the County of York, with topographical notices of its parish and neighbourhood.
35695: JONES, H LANG. - Caldbeck Calling Again. More verses in various moods.
22991: JONES, J. - A Human Geography of Cambridgeshire: a suggested method of studying and teaching the home area.
24065: JONES, E. D. - Gwaith Lewis Glyn Cothi.
34435: SIR FRANCIS AVERY JONES. - The Emergence of Gastroenterology. The Harveian Oration of 1980.
26898: JONES, SYDNEY R. - England South.
32386: JONES, MARK W. - A Walk around the Snickelways of York.
31584: JONES, DIANA WYNNE. - Mixed Magics.
29475: JONES, S J (EDITED BY). - Dundee and District.
29204: JONES, STEVE. - Northumberland and Durham ... the Sinister Side: crime and punishment, 1837-1914.
30427: JONES, JOHN IDRIS. - Barry Island and Other Poems. Illustrated by Keith Trodden.
32984: JONES, REV W RICH. - Charters and Documents illustrating the History of the Cathedral City and Diocese of Salisbury in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries. Selected from the Capitular and Diocesan Registers, edited by Rev W Dunn Macray.
24103: JONES, R. BRINLEY. - The Old British Tongue: the vernacular in Wales, 1540-1640.
36387: JONES, JOHN. - Rambles Round Chard with a Hammer: or a familiar account of the principal geological facts connected with the district twenty miles round Chard, with notes containing list of fossils, the succession of strata, etc.
21703: JONES, P. K. - South Eastern and Chatham Railway Album.
42528: JONES, GWILYM PEREDUR. - A short history of the manor and parish of Witherslack to 1850. 'Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society. Tract Series No. 18.'
39718: JONES, DAVID. - A sermon against swearing & cursing. Preached upon Trinity-Sunday, at St. Aldate's Church in Oxford, 1699
39734: JONES, JNO. - Notes on the Geology of the Midland Counties.
39775: JONES, JOHN. - Wrexham and its Neighbourhood. Being a history of the town and guide to the principal objects of interest within a circuit of ten or eleven miles.
40682: JONES, DAVID, BAPTIST MINISTER. - The retrospective and prospective view of the Christian. A sermon, occasioned by the death of Mr. Joseph Webster, spirit merchant, Chesterfield
25694: JONGE, ALEX DE. - The Life and Times of Grigorii Rasputin.
26977: JONGLEZ DE LIGNE, M. - Le Port Maritime de la Seine.
29736: JOPLING, JOSEPH. - Letter to Thomas Leverton Donaldson...on the necessity of numerous correct examples of mathematical lines, as specimens of forms to instruct the eye in truth and beauty, and to suggest applications to designs.
29303: JORDAN, ALFRED. - Literature in Relation to Science. A lecture delivered at the Hull Literary Club, December 7th 1891.
32137: JORDAN, K.; H. ELTRINGHAM (EDITORS). - 2nd International Congress of Entomolgy, Oxford, August 1912 (2 Vols). Volume I. Proceedings ... Volume II. Transactions.
37662: JORDAN, WILLIAM LEIGHTON. - The Standard of Value.
39632: JOSLIN, BRIAN. - There's a War on Pet: boyhood memories of County Durham.
18399: JOURDAIN, MARGARET. - Regency Furniture 1795-1820.
29000: JOURDAIN, SILVESTER. - The Discovery of the Barmudas (1610). With an introduction by Joseph Quincy Adams ...
23010: JOURNAL OF THE CHESTER AND NORTH WALES ARCHITECTURAL, ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC SOCIETY. - Vol. 6 - Part 3. [Including:] Discovery of Remains in a Roman Building in Northgate Street, Chester ...; Cheshire Records ...; Side Lights on the Civil War in Cheshire 1643-5 ... Discovery of Roman Remains in Bridge Street, 1899 ...
23009: JOURNAL OF THE CHESTER AND NORTH WALES ARCHITECTURAL, ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC SOCIETY. - Vol. 6 - Part 2. [Including:] Roman Tombstones ...; An Inscribed Roman Fragment from Shoemaker's Row ...; Notes on the "Crewth" and "Pibcorn" ...; Grave Mounds at Penmaenmawr ...; On the Discovery of Two Prehistoric Horn Implements at Lymm, Cheshire ...;On some early deeds relating to the families of Hoton of Hooton, and Stanley of Storeton and Hooton ...: Early Marriages in the Diocese of Chester ...
23008: JOURNAL OF THE CHESTER AND NORTH WALES ARCHITECTURAL, ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC SOCIETY. - New Series - Vol. 17. [Including:] The Reade and Customs of Chester in the 17th and 18th centuries ...; The Frodary's Returns for Cheshire ...; The Story of Ince in the 18th century ...; The Baptistry of the Cathedral ...; Report on the Earwaker MS. Collection ...; Chester Pageant 1910; Inventory of Chester Corporation Plate, Insignia and Regalia ...
23006: JOURNAL OF THE CHESTER AND NORTH WALES ARCHITECTURAL, ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORIC SOCIETY. - New Series - Vol. 29. [Including:] The Roman Theatre at Chester; the S.E. corner of the Roman Fortress, Chester; Early Man in the Cheshire Plain ...
42274: JOURQUIN, JACQUES (EDITOR). - Gutenberg, de l'or au plomb.
30562: JOY, DAVID. - Cumbrian Coast Railways.
21856: JOY, DAVID. - Railways in the North: a pictorial introduction.
18389: JOYCE, J., REV. - Scientific Dialogues; intended for the instruction and entertainment of young people: in which the first principles of natural and experimental philosophy are fully explained.
41478: JUBB, SAMUEL. - The history of the shoddy-trade: its rise, progress, and present position.
33038: JUNGMAN, BEATRIX. - Holland.
8688: JUNIUS. - Peter Spooner: his ancestors, antecendants, and 'Will'.
29970: JUNIUS, PSEUD. - The Letters of Junius.
20558: JUNIUS, PSEUD. - Junius.
37024: KADAR, IMRE. - The Church in the Storm of Time. The history of the Hungarian reformed church during the two World Wars, revolutions and counter revolutions.
35327: KAMM, JOSEPHINE. - The Hebrew People. A history of the Jews from biblical times to the present day.
9247: KAMM, JOSEPHINE. - Explorers into Africa.
19999: KANE, ELISHA KENT. - Arctic Explorations: the second Grinnell expedition in search of Sir John Franklin, 1853,'54,'55 (2 Vols).
35514: KARAKA, D F. - New York with its Pants Down.
22923: KASSER, RODOLPHE ET AL. - Survey Archeologique des Kellia (Basse-Egypte). Rapport de la Campagne 1981 (2 Volumes). Mission Suisse d'archeologie Copte de l'Universite de Geneve. EK8184.
25602: KATER, HENRY, CAPTAIN; REV. DIONYSIUS LARDNER. - Mechanics. 'The Cabinet Cyclopaedia.'
22733: KAY-ROBINSON, DENYS. - Devon & Cornwall.
28698: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of White Waltham. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28697: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of West Hendred. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28696: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Wargrave. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28693: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Sunninghill. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28695: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Waltham St Lawrence. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28694: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Swallowfield. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28691: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Sotwell. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28689: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Sir John Elley's Pension Charity. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28688: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Shottesbrook. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28687: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Sandhurst (including Crowthorne). Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28686: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Ruscombe. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28685: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Remenham. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28684: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Quaker Charities. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28682: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of North Hinksey. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28681: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of New Windsor. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28680: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - The Mary Rowley Annuities for Poor Clergymen's Widows. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28679: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Longworth. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28678: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Long Wittenham. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28677: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Hurley. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28676: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Finchampstead. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28675: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Easthampstead. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28674: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Chilton. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28673: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - The Charity of Bishop Burgess. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28672: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - The Parish of Bisham. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28671: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - The Berks Clergy Charity. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28670: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Barkham. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
28669: KAY, ANDREW C (ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER). - Parish of Ardington. Endowed Charities (County of Berks). Return to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 28th March 1905:- for, Return: (1) 'The Reports made to the Charity Commissioners in the result of an inquiry held in every Parish wholly or partly within the Administrative County of Devon into Endowments, subject to the provisions of the Charitable Trusts Acts 1853 to 1894, and appropriated in whole or in part for the benefit of that County, or of any part thereof, together with the reports on those Endowments of the Commissioners for inquiring concerning Charities, 1818 to 1837' and (2) 'A Digest: showing, in the case of each such Parish, whether any, and, if any, what such Endowments are recorded in the books of the Charity Commissioners in the Parish'.
34914: KAYE, WALTER J (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of Holy Trinity, King's Court (Otherwise Christ Church) York. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol LXXXV].
33962: KAYE, WALTER J (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of Holy Trinity, King's Court (Otherwise Christ Church) York. 1716-1812 with additions from 1631. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Volume LXXXV].
24472: KEANE, AUGUSTUS HENRY. - Asia (2 Volumes). [Comprising] Vol. 1. Northern and Eastern Asia. Vol. II. Southern and Western Asia.
24496: KEANE, AUGUSTUS HENRY. - Africa (2 Vols). Stanford's Compendium of Geography and Travel (new issue).
39724: KEAR, J.A. - Sturges' Guide to the Game of Draughts. With critical situations.
19809: KEARNS, DORIS. - Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream.
43115: KEDDIE, WILLIAM. - Edinburgh & Glasgow to Stirling, Doune, Callander, Lake of Menteith, Aberfoil, Loch Ard, Loch Achray, the Trosachs, Loch Katrine, Loch Lomond, &c. 'Highland Route. No. VII.'
28326: KEEN , ARTHUR. - Charing Cross Bridge. Preface by the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres.
35093: KEEN, B. A. - The Agricultural Development of the Middle East: a report to the Director General Middle East Supply Centre, May, 1945.
19173: M'KEEN, SILAS, REV. - A memorial of Col. George W. Prichard.
25555: KEEP, WILLIAM J. - Cast Iron: a record of original research.
26896: VAN DEN KEERE, PIETER. - Atlas of the British Isles, c. 1605. Introduction by Helen Wallis.
23213: KEESON, C. A. CUTHBERT, MAJOR (COMPILER). - The History and Records of Queen Victoria's Rifles, 1792-1922.
29757: M'KEEVOR, THOMAS. (M.D OF THE DUBLIN LYING-IN HOSPITAL). - A Voyage to Hudson's Bay, during the summer of 1812. Containing a particular account of the icebergs and other phenomena which presents themselves in those regions; also, a description of the Esquimeaux and North American Indians; their manners, customs, dress, language, &c &c &c.
23804: KEIGHLEY, MARION. - Whitby Writers: writers of Whitby and district, 1867-1949.
17417: KEITH, GEORGE S. - Fads of an Old Physician. A sequel to 'Plea for a Simpler Life'.
30031: KELK, JOHN. - The Scarborough Spa, its new chemical analysis and medicinal uses; to which is added, On the Utility of the Bath.
18487: KELLAWAY, WILLIAM (COMPILER). - Bibliography of Historical Works issued in the United Kingdom 1957-1960 compiled for the seventh Anglo-American Conference of historians.
33034: KELLY, R TALBOT. - Egypt.
35640: KELLY, REV JOHN. - A Practical Grammar of the Antient Gaelic, or language of the Isle of Man, usually called Manx. Edited by Rev William Gill.
41994: KELLY'S DIRECTORY. - Kelly's directory of the counties of Cambridge, Norfolk and Suffolk.
27852: KEMP, B R (EDITED BY). - Reading Abbey Cartularies. Part II. Berkshire Documents, Scottish Charters and Miscellaneous Documents. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 33].
24567: KEMP, DENNIS, REV. - Nine Years at the Gold Coast.
29917: KEMPIS, THOMAS A - The Imitation of Christ.
8642: KEMPSTER, F., BRIGADIER-GENERAL; BRIGADIER-GENERAL H. C. E. WESTROPP. - Manchester City Battalions of the 90th & 91st Infantry Brigades. Book of Honour.
25680: KENDALL, PAUL MURRAY. - The Yorkist Age: daily life during the Wars of the Roses.
16705: M'KENDRICK, JOHN G. - A Review of Recent Researches on the Physiology of the Nervous System. Being a paper read before the Royal Medical Society.
35338: M'KENDRICK, JOHN GREY. - Maters of Medicine. Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand Von Helmholtz.
38704: KENNAN, GEORGE. - The Salton Sea: an account of Harriman's fight with the Colorado River.
17904: KENNEDY, W. M. - The "Interpretations" of the Bishops and their influence on Elizabethan Episcopal Policy (with an appendix of the original documents). "Alcuin Club Tracts VIII."
23987: KENNEDY, ALEXANDER W. M. CLARK. - Robert the Bruce. A poem, historical and romantic.
38175: KENNEDY, R. S.; B. J. FARMER. - Bibliography of G. A. Henty & Hentyana.
18467: KENNEDY, PAUL. - Preparing for the Twenty-First Century.
26472: KENRICK, JOHN, REV. - A selection of papers on subjects of Archaeology and History, communicated to the Yorkshire Philosophical Society.
17247: KENT, ROCKWELL - Salamina. Illustrated by the Author.
37609: KENTISH, JOHN. - A discourse written with reference to Mr A Fuller's examination of the Calvinistic and socinian systems, and delivered at Exeter, July 6th 1796 before the Society of Unitarian Christians, established in the West of England, for Promoting Christian Knowledge and the practice of virtue by the distribution of books. [The moral tendency of the genuine Christian Doctrine].
16870: KENYON, RUTH. - The Catholic Faith and Industrial Order. With an introduction by the Rev. R. H. Tribe.
18055: KENYON, FREDERIC G. (EDITOR). - Facsimiles of Biblical Manuscripts in the British Museum.
18371: KENYON, KATHLEEN M. - Excavations at the Jewry Wall Site, Leicester.
22178: KENYON, KATHLEEN M. - Excavations at the Jewry Wall Site, Leicester.
40854: KENYON, FREDERIC G. (EDITOR). - Facsimiles of Biblical Manuscripts in the British Museum.
38510: M'KENZIE, JOHN, - The sealing of the spirit. Being the substance of a sermon from Ephesians I. 13, 14, preached at Trinity Chapel, Alfred-Street, Leicester, September 4, 1842.
20314: KER, N. R. - Records of All Souls Library 1437-1600.
41344: KERMODE, P.M.C.; W.A. HERDMAN. - Manks antiquities.
16279: KERR, J. GRAHAM (EDITOR). - The Work of Samuel Budgett, Balfour Student of the University of Cambridge; being a collection of his zoological papers, together with a biographical sketch by A. E. Shipley, and contributions by Richard Assheton, Edward J. Bles, Edward T. Browne, J. Herbert Budgett and J. Graham Kerr.
33505: KERR, NIGEL AND MARY. - A Guide to Medieval Sites in Britain.
29751: KERR, W J W. - Records of the 1st Somerset Militia (3rd BN Somerset L.I).
18657: KERRIDGE, ERIC. - Agrarian Problems in the Sixteenth Century and After.
33860: KERSHAW, IAN (EDITED BY). - Bolton Priory Rentals and Ministers Accounts 1473-1539. [The Yorkshire Archeological Society Recird Series Vol CXXXII].
22984: KERSTING, A. F. (PHOTOGRAPHS); BRYAN LITTLE (TEXT). - Portrait of Cambridge.
37478: KESSLER, CHARLES (EDITED & TRANSLATED BY). - Prince Lajos Windischgraetz. My Adventures and Misadventures.
22721: KETCHUM, RICHARD M. - Decisive Day: the battle for Bunker Hill ...
31830: KETT, REV HENRY. - Select Beauties of Ancient English Poetry (2 Vols). With remarks by the late Henry Headley.
8775: KEYNES, GEOFFREY (EDITOR). - The Letters of William Blake.
16277: KEYNES, GEOFFREY (EDITOR). - Pencil Drawings by William Blake.
24234: KEYNES, GEOFFREY. - William Pickering, Publisher: a memoir and hand-list of his editions.
34420: GEOFFREY KEYNES. - Harvey through John Aubrey's eyes. The Harveian Oration of 1958.
41608: KEYS, DICK; KEN SMITH. - Down Elswick slipways. Armstrong's ships and people, 1884-1918.
36860: KIADO, CORVINA. - The Art of Dance in Hungary.
37110: KIADO, CORVINA. - A Short History of the Hungarian Cinema.
21751: KICHENSIDE, G. M. - Isle of Wight Album.
26952: KIDD, ARCHIBALD T. (COMPILER). - History of the Tin-Plate Workers and Sheet Metal Workers and Braziers Society.
37789: KIDD, ROBERT BOYD. - A Delineation of the Primary Principles of Reasoning.
34098: KIDNER, R W, - The Southern Railway. [The Oakwood Library of Railway History].
36908: KIENIEWICZ, STEFAN. - The Emancipation of the Polish Peasantry.
29445: KILBUCHO, T T. - Sixty Rural Years. A 20th Century account covering the contiuation throughout several Peebles Parishes...
23413: KILBURN, J. M. - The Scarborough Cricket Festival.
32611: KILLINGBECK, JOHN. - In a Sermon preach'd in the Parish Church of St Peter's in Leeds, December 28 1709. Being Innocents day fro promoting the Charity School erected there.
42125: KILPATRICK, P.J.W. (EDITOR). - Catalogue of the Edward Clark Library. With typographical notes by Harry Carter and an essay on the printing of illustrations by Frank P. Restall. (2 Vols).
28325: KINCH, REV. ARTHUR E. - A History of Farnborough. Chapters of the History of Farnborough, Hampshire.
20181: KING, A. HYATT. - Mozart in Retrospect: studies in criticism and bibliography.
20678: KING, PHILIP B. - The Evolution of North America.
20961: KING, JAMES. - Virginia Woolf.
21895: KING, ROBERT. - North Shields Theatres.
22092: KING, L. W.; H. R. HALL. - Egypt and Western Asia in the Light of Recent Discoveries.
23263: KING, WILLIAM. - The Northern Atlantis: or, York Spy. Displaying the secret intrigues and adventures of the Yorkshire gentry; more particularly the amours of Melissa. With a description... of York... the Minster, Round-Tower, Castle, King's Palace...
23754: KING, NORAH. - The Grimstons of Gorhambury.
25979: KING, NORAH. - The Grimstons of Gorhambury.
27023: KING, JOHN A. (EDITOR). - Biology of Peromyscus (Rodentia). The American Society of Mamalogists Special Publication No. 2.
29885: KING-HALL, MAGDALEN. - The Story of the Nursery.
27166: KING, JUDITH E. - Seals of the World.
41953: KING, ROBERT. - North Shields Theatres: a history of the theatres of North Shields and the adjoining village of Tynemouth from 1765, including an account of the travelling booths, with illustrations from play-bills, etc.
19701: THE KING'S LIBRARY. - Eikon Basilike: or the King's Book. Edited by Edward Almack, F.S.A.
29628: KINGDOM, WILLIAM. - The Secretary's Assistant; exhibiting the various and most correct modes of superscription, commencement, and conclusion of letters to persons of every degree of rank; ...
25967: KINGLAKE, ALEXANDER WILLIAM. - Eothen.
9272: KINGSLEY, CHARLES. - Westward Ho! or, the voyages and adventures of Sir Amyas Leigh...in the reign of her most glorious Majesty Queen Elizabeth. (2 Vols in 1).
9303: KINGSLEY, CHARLES. - At Last: a Christmas in the West Indies (2 Vols in 1).
18067: KINGSLEY, F. E. (EDITOR). - Charles Kingsley: his letters and his life. Edited by his wife.
29892: KINGSLEY, CHARLES. - The Saint's Tragedy; or, the true story of Elizabeth in Hungary, Landgravie of Thuringia, Saint of the Romish Calendar. With a preface by Professor Maurice.
28416: KINGSLEY, CHARLES. - Two Years Ago.
28397: KINGSTON, ELSIE. - The Story of the Calendar.
28904: T W FREEMAN. H B ROGERS. R H KINVIG. - Lancashire, Cheshire and the Isle of Man. [Regions of the British Isles edited by W G East].
25422: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - Departmental Ditties, and other verses.
32786: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - Departmental Ditties and other Verses.
32785: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - The Light that Failed.
32787: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - Al the Puck Stories. Illustrated by H R Millar and Charles E Brock.
33002: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - Many Inventions.
33004: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - Puck of Pook's Hill.
33006: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - The Day's Work.
33007: KIPLING, RUDYARD. - Wee Willie Winkie. Under the Deodars. The Phantom Rickshaw and other stories.
33723: KIPLING, RUDYARD & WOLCOTT BALESTIER. - The Naulahka. A Story of West and East.
42386: KIPLING, RUDYARD, - Life's Handicap, being stories of mine own people.
17175: KIRBY, HELEN - Martingale: the story of a foalish virgin.
31228: KIRBY, ISABEL M. (COMPILER.) - Diocese of Gloucester: a catalogue of the records of the Dean and Chapter including the former St Peter's Abbey.
34766: KIRK, GEORGE E. - The Church of Monk Fryston, Yorkshire.
34765: KIRK, GEORGE E. - The Parish Church of Aberford, with a short notice of Lotherton Chapel, Yorkshire.
30942: KIRK, GEORGE E. - The Parish Church of All Saints, Kirk Deighton, Yorkshire.
30588: KIRK, GEORGE E. - The Church of Monk Fryston Yorkshire.
30552: KIRK, GEORGE E. - The Parish Church of St Andrew, Newton Kyme, Yorkshire.
27275: KIRKBY, BRYHAM. - A Wander-Week in Westmorland. The Report of Two Tramps on Leave.
29862: KIRKBY, B. - Lakeland Words. A collection of dialect words and phrases, as used in Cumberland and Westmorland, with illustrative sentences in the North Westmorland dialect. With preface by Professor Joseph Wright.
24516: KIRKMAN, F. B. - Bird Behaviour: a contribution based chiefly on a study of the black-headed gull.
26846: KIRKUS, A. MARY; A. E. B. OWEN (EDITORS). - The Records of the Commissioners of Sewers in the Parts of Holland 1547-1603 (2 Vols). The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society. Volumes 54 and 63.
30909: KITCHEN, THOMAS BASIL. - The Minster of St Peter, Howden.
27692: KITCHIN, G. W. (EDITOR). - Richard d'Aungerville, of Bury. Fragments of his register, and other documents. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Vol. 119.'
34936: KITCHIN, G. W. (EDITOR). - The Records of the Northern Convocation. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Vol. 113.'
28026: KITE, EDWARD. - The Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire: ... ranging from the thirteenth to the seventeenth centuries; accompanied by notes descriptive of ancient costume, and generally illustrative of the history of the county during this period.
32876: KITSON, ALFRED. - Outlines of Spiritualism. Designed for use of Lyceums in particular, and Spiritualists in particular. To which is added The Children's Progressive Lyceum: what is it? A discourse for teachers and parents.
22693: KITTO, JOHN. - The Lost Senses: Series II.- Blindness.
32270: KITZINGER, E. (INTRODUCTION). - The Coffin of Saint Cuthbert. Drawn by D. McIntyre, Cathedral Architect, Durham.
23228: KLEIN, AARON E. - Science and the Supernatural: a scientific overview of the occult.
37278: KLICKMANN, FLORA; H. M. BROCK (ILLUSTRATOR). - Mystery in the Windflower Wood.
37054: KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN, C. M. - The Political Evolution of the Hungarian Nation (2 Vols).
8893: KNIGHT, CHARLES. - Shadows of the Old Booksellers.
22336: KNIGHT, DAVID M. - Natural Science Books in English, 1600-1900.
25616: KNIGHT, WILLIAM. - Wordsworthiana: a selection from papers read to the Wordsworth Society.
31537: KNIGHT, DAVID M. - Natural Science Books in English 1699-1900.
39386: KNIGHT, FRANCIS A[RNOLD]. - In the West Country. "These sketches are, with alterations and additions, reprinted from the 'Daily News' and the 'Speaker'."
40412: KNIGHT, W. H. - The Masons of Durham, and other miscellaneous verse.
21689: KNOOP, DOUGLAS. - Outlines of Railway Economics.
21453: KNOTEL, RICHARD; HERBERT SIEG. - Handbuch der Uniformkunde, die militarische Tracht in ihrer Entwicklung bis zur Gegenwart.
23541: BRISTOL SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE. - The Publications, of the Bristol Society, for promoting religious knowledge. (Volumes 1 and 2).
33196: THE LIBRARY OF ENTERTAINING KNOWLEDGE. - The British Museum. Elgin and Phigaleian Marbles (2 Volumes).
19040: KNOWLES, L. C. A. - The Industrial and Commercial Revolutions in Great Britain during the Nineteenth Century.
20937: KNOWLES, DAVID; J. K. S. ST JOSEPH. - Monastic Sites from the Air.
8485: KNOWLES, W. PITCAIRN. - Dutch Pottery and Porcelain.
37286: KNOWLSON, JOHN C. - The Yorkshire Cattle-Doctor and Farrier; a treatise on the diseases of horned cattle, calves, and horses ...
24428: KNOX, WILLIAM (EDITOR). - Scottish Labour Leaders 1918-39: a biographical dictionary.
32825: KNOX, THOS W. - The Underground World: a mirror of life below the surface, with vivid descriptions of the hidden works of nature and art. Comprising incidents and adventures beyond the light of day. Interesting sketches of mines an mining in all parts of the world - caves and their mysteries - famous tunnels...volcanoes and their erruptions....buried treasures, etc, etc.
36829: KNYPHAUSEN, ANTON GRAF. - Rumanische Palette. Das Land der Hirten und Bauern.
33239: EASTMAN KODAK. - Photomicrography. An introduction to photomicrography with the microscope.
36400: KOE, S L. - Short Sketch of a Family by S L Koe. Extract from the registry of St James Clerkenwell: Marriage - 1569 May 5th. John Williams to Margery Jump.
34285: KOLVIN, ISRAEL, ET AL. - Continuities of deprivation? : the Newcastle 1000 family study 'Studies in Deprivation and Disadvantage 15.'
35324: KONVITZ, MILTON R. - Nine American Jewish Thinkers.
36976: KORBEL, JOSEF. - Poland between East and West. Soviet and German Diplomacy toward Poland 1919-1933.
36921: KORBONSKI, ANDRZEJ. - Politics of Socialist Agriculture in Poland: 1945-1960.
42062: KORIZMICS, LADISLAS. - A few particulars regarding some of the chief productions of Hungary.
36911: KRAKOWSKI, EDOUARD. - Pologne et Russie.
27486: KREDEL, FRITZ (PLATES). - Glass Flowers from the Ware Collection in the Botanical Museum of Harvard University. Insect Pollination Series.
20265: KRISTELLER, PAUL OSKAR. - Latin Manuscript Books Before 1600: a list of the printed catalogues and unpublished inventories of extant collections.
29201: KRISTEN, CLIVE. - Murder & Mystery Trails of Northumbria. A third tour & explore guide.
19074: KURATH, HANS. - A Phonology and Prosody of Modern English.
19075: KURATH, HANS; RAVEN I. MCDAVID, JR. - The Pronunciation of English in the Atlantic States: based upon the collections of the linguistic atlas of the Eastern United States.
20531: KURIHARA, KENNETH K. - The Keynesian Theory of Economic Development.
20530: KURIHARA, KENNETH K. - Introduction to Keynesian Dynamics.
42576: KYNASTON, ELEANOR C. - St. Cuthbert and his church. A short historical account of the origin of the cathedral church of Durham.
19183: LABAREE, B., REV. - Historical Address at the Dedication of a Monument in Charlestown, N. H.
27373: LABILLIERE, FRANCIS P DE. - History of a Cevenol Family. A paper read before the Huguenot Society of London, January 11, 1888.
20671: DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. - Report of the Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey showing the progress of the work from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1910.
42531: NATIONAL PHYSICAL LABORATORY. - Wage accounting by electronic computer: Report No. 1 of the Inter-Departmental Study Group on the Application of Computer Techniques to Clerical Work.
39443: LACH-SZYRMA, W. S., REV. - A Church History of Cornwall and of the Diocese of Truro.
39608: LACKINGTON, J. - The confessions of J. Lackington, late bookseller, at the temple of the muses, in a series of letters to a friend. To which are added, two letters on the bad consequences of having daughters educated at boarding-schools.
19025: LACROIX, PAUL. - Manners, Customs, and Dress during the Middle Ages, and during the Renaissance Period.
21364: LADD, JAMES D. - The Royal Marines, 1919-1980.
18579: LADURIE, EMMANUEL LE ROY. - Carnival: a people's uprising at Romans 1579-1580.
17409: LAENNEC, R. THEOPHILE H. - Translation of Selected Passages from De l'Auscultation Mediate (First Edition). With a biography by Sir William Hale-White.
21305: LAFFIN, JOHN. - Brassey's Battles: 3,500 years of conflict, campaigns and wars from A-Z.
19637: LAFONT-GOUZI, G. G. - Considerations Critiques sur la Classification des Medicamens, suivies d'un nouveau plan de matiere medicale.
20974: LAFOURCADE, GEORGES, DR. (PREFACE) - Swinburne's Atlanta in Calydon: a facsimile of the first edition.
30341: LAIDLAW, WALTER. - Poetry and Prose. With a biographical sketch by Sir George Douglas, Bart.
3552: LAING, JEANIE M. - Notes on Superstition and Folk Lore.
15903: LAING, S. - Railway taxation.
18712: LAING, S. - A Modern Zoroastrian.
26747: LAING, D. (EDITOR). - Early Metrical Tales; including the history of Sir Egeir, Sir Gryme, and Sir Gray-Steill.
29759: LAIRD, JAMES. - Public Fire Extinguishing Equipment in Scotland. A paper read before the Insurance Institute of Edinburgh, 5th March, 1907.
22257: LAKE, G. H. - The Railways of Tottenham: a detailed description and historical survey of their development.
25568: LAKE, E. F. - Composition and Heat Treatment of Steel.
37402: LAKE, G H (COMPILED BY). - The Railways of Tottenham. A detailed description and historical survey of their development.
37846: LAMBE, CHARLES - Sermon Preached on November 16th, 1715 at St. Katherine Cree-Church and All-Hallows Barkin. The popish plot a fair caution to protestants not to engage in a popish rebellion
23818: LAMBERT, J. MALET, REV. - Two Thousand Years of Gild Life; or an outline of the history and development of the gild system from early times, with special reference to its application to trade and industry; together with a full account of the gilds and trading companies of Kingston-upon-Hull, from the 14th to the 18th century.
26613: LAMBERT, M.; ENID MARX. - English Popular Art.
42215: LAMBERT, JOHN. - Ordinaroum Missae, ...
41441: LAMBERT, ROYSTON. - Sir John Simon, 1816-1904, and English social administration.
41395: LAMPLOUGH, EDWARD. - Hull and Yorkshire Frescoes: A poetical year-book of "Specimen Days."
40217: LAMPLOUGH, EDWARD - Mediaeval Yorkshire. Memorable invasions, battles, revolts, conspiraces and military achievements. Recorded in The Annals of Yorkshire.
30928: LANCASTER. - Royal Archaeological Institute. Programme of the Summer Meeting at Lancaster. Monday 6 July to Saturday 11 July, 1970.
17156: LANCASTER, OSBERT - Drayneflete Revealed.
28992: LANDOR, WALTER SAVAGE. - To the Burgesses of Warwick.
19804: LANDRIEUX, MAURICE. - The Cathedral of Rheims: the story of a German crime.
25430: LANDSTROM, BJORN. - The Quest for India: a history of discovery and exploration from the expedition to the Land of Punt in 1493 B.C. to the discovery of the Cape of Good Hope in 1488 A.D., in words and pictures.
5307: LANE, JOHN (EDITOR). - The Love of an Unknown Soldier Found in a Dug-Out.
17195: LANE, MARGARET - The Tale of Beatrix Potter: a biography.
22380: LANE, ARTHUR. - Early Islamic Pottery: Mesopotamia, Egypt and Persia.
25684: LANE, JEAN. - The Reign of King Covenant.
23186: LANG, ANDREW. - The Valet's Tragedy, and other studies.
25299: LANG, JEAN. - A Land of Romance: the Border, its history and legend.
25312: LANG, JEAN. - A Land of Romance: the Border, its history and legend.
30265: LANG, MARSHALL B. - The Seven Ages of an East Lothian Parish being the Story of Whittingehame from Earliest Times. With a foreword by the Lady Frances Balfour.
39700: LANG, R. T. (AUTHOR); R. S. JACKSON (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Way About Northumberland and Durham. With a comprehensive county gazetteer. 'The Way-About Series of Gazetteer Guides. No. 16.'
25739: LANG, WILLIAM DIXON. - A Handbook of British Mosquitoes.
17301: LANGDON-BROWN, SIR WALTER - Some Chapters in Cambridge Medical History.
26277: LANGDON, BRIAN. - Begonias: the care and cultivation of tuberous varieties. 'Cassell's Illustrated Monographs Series.'
27509: LANGDON, ALLAN G. - The Tuberous Begonia, its development and culture.
27628: LANGLAND, WILLIAM. - The Vision of William concerning Piers the Plowman, together with Vita de Dowel, Dobet and Dobest, Secundum Wit et Resoun, ... (Text B). Edited by W. W. Skeat.
35545: LANGLEY, BOB. - Life on the Tyne. Photographed by Mark K Jackson.
24963: LANGMUIR, GRAHAM E.; GRAEME SOMNER. - William Sloan and Company Ltd.
42238: LANGSHAW, ARTHUR. - How the coaches came to Ribblesdale.
33879: LANGTON, WILLIAM (EDITED BY). - Abstracts of Inquistions Post Mortem, made by Christopher Towneley and Roger Dodsworth. (2 Vols) [Chetham Society Volumes XCV & XCIX].
41443: LANGTON, THOMAS. - Letters of Thomas Langton to Mrs. Thomas Hornby, 1815 to 1818, with portraits and a notice of his life.
20204: LANIER, HARRIET. - Musical Verities.
42236: LANKESTER, EDWIN. - An account of Askern and its mineral springs; together with a sketch of the natural history, and a brief topography, of the immediate neighbourhood.
33769: LAPRADE, WILLIAM THOMAS. - Parliamentary papers of John Robinson, 1774-1784. Camden Third Series Vol XXXIII.
8855: LARDEN, WALTER. - Recollections of an Old Mountaineer.
31976: LARDNER, DIONYSIUS (EDITOR.) - The Museum of Science & Art (2 Vols. in 1.)
22778: LARGE, FREDERICK. - A Swindon Retrospect, 1855-1930.
31689: LARGE, HENRY. - Large's Way About London. Giving a direct route to thousands upon thousands of roads, streets, courts, alleys, etc, etc. In alphabetical order, from six well-known starting points: St Paul's; Hyde Park Corner; Angel, Islington; Marble Arch; Elephant and Castle; and the London Hospital.
8772: LARWOOD, JACOB; JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN. - The History of Signboards, from the earliest times to the present day.
18503: LARWOOD, JACOB; JOHN CAMDEN HOTTON. - The History of Signboards, from the earliest times to the present day. With one hundred illustrations in fac-simile by J. Larwood.
38176: DE LASTEYRIE, R. - L'Architecture Religieuse en France a l'Epoque Romane. ... augmentee d'une bibliographie critique par M. Marcel Aubert.
27227: LATHROP, ELISE. - Historic Houses of Early America.
28310: LATIMER, JOHN. - The Manor of Clifton, Clifton in 1746. Reprinted from the transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Vol XVI & Vol XXIII., pp. 312-322.
26992: LATIMER, HUGH. - Seven Sermons before Edward VI, ... Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
26983: LATIMER, HUGH. - Sermon on the Ploughers ... 1549. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
41049: LATIMER, JOHN. - Local Records; or, historical register of remarkable events, which have occured in Northumberland & Durham, Newcastle Upon Tyne and Berwick Upon Tweed; with biographical notices of deceased persons of talent, influence, &c., in the district. 1832-1857. Being a continuation of the work, under the same title, published by the late Mr. Sykes.
26496: LAUDER, THOMAS DICK, SIR. - Scottish Rivers.
31146: LAUDER, SIR THOMAS DICK. - Memorial of the Royal Progress in Scotland.
35835: LAUDER, THOMAS DICK, SIR. - Scottish Rivers.
19001: LAUGEL, AUGUSTE. - L'Angleterre Politique et Sociale.
16717: LAURENCE, JOHN Z. - Some Observations on the Sensibility of the Eye Colour. (From the Glasgow Medical Journal, July 1, 1861).
8629: LAVER, JAMES. - Macrocosmos. A Poem.
8659: LAVER, JAMES. - A Stitch in Time; or, pride prevents a fall.
8944: LAVER, HENRY. - The Mammals, Reptiles, and Fishes of Essex: a contribution to the natural history of the county.
16535: LAVER, JAMES. - A Stitch in Time; or pride prevents a fall.
18360: LAVER, HENRY. - The Mammals, Reptiles, and Fishes of Essex: a contribution to the natural history of the county.
23237: LAVER, JAMES (INTRODUCTION). - Paintings by James McNeill Whistler.
27640: LAVER, JAMES. - Ladies' Mistakes: Cupid's Changeling; A Stitch in Time; Love's Progress. ... illustrations by Thomas Lowinsky.
31308: LAVER, JAMES (INTRODUCTION); HENRY DAVRAY (PREFACE.) - XIXth Century French Posters.
24177: LAW, HENRY G. D. (TRANSLATOR AND EDITOR). - The Antiquity of the Christian Religion Among the Scots. From the original Latin of George Thomson, Scot., 1594.
32909: LAW, BARRIE. - York Narrow Streets & Passageways.
30123: LAW. - The Public General Acts passed in the first and second years of the reign of ... King George the Fifth ...
31591: LAW, THOMAS GRAVES (EDITED BY). - Catholic Tractates of the Sixteenth Century 1573-1600. Tyrie's Refutation 1573. Hay's Demandes 1580. Hamilton's Catholik Tractise 1581. Burne's Disputation 1581. Canisius Catechism. Hamilton's Facile Traictise 1600. Ane Schort Catholik Confession.
33820: LAW, THOMAS GRAVES. - The Archbishop Controversy. Documents relating to the dissensions of the Roman Catholic Clergy, 1597-1602 (2 Vols). [Royal Historical Society New Series Vols LVI & LVIII].
37995: LAW, W. S., DR. - American reformed practice of medicine: a practical treatise on the prevention and cure of disease, without the use of mineral or vegetable poisons.
30536: LAWRANCE, REV HENRY. - A Short History of the Grey Friars of Richmond Yorkshire.
37838: LAWRANCE, HENRY, REV. - A Short History of the Grey Friars of Richmond, Yorkshire.
21608: LAWRENCE, ROSAMOND. - Charles Napier, Friend and Fighter, 1782-1853.
39023: LAWRENCE, BRO. THE REV. JOHN T. - Masonic Jurisprudence. Illustrated by Grand Lodge decisions from the date of the union. With an introduction by V.W. Bro. Canon Horsley.
16149: LAWSON, GEORGE. - Sympathetic Opthalmia: its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment. With illustrative cases.
30586: LAWSON, JOHN. - The Endowed Grammar Schools of East Yorkshire. [E.Y. Local History Series No 14].
30587: LAWSON, J. - Primary Education in East Yorkshire 1560-1902. [E.Y. Local History Series No 10].
37404: LAWSON, WILLIAM D. - Lawson's Tyneside Celebrities. Kketches of the lives and labours of famous men of the North.
40502: LAWSON, JACK. (M.P. FOR CHESTER-LE-STREET). - A Man's Life.
31141: LAYCEY, A. - The Life of Erasmus, with an account of his writings. Reduced from the larger work of Dr John Jortin.
28595: LEACH, WILLIAM ELFORD. - Leach's Systematic Catalogue of the Specimens of the Indigenous Mammalia and Birds in the British Museum. Edited by Osbert Salvin.
25040: LEACH, D. L. - Cleveland View.
37757: LEADMAN, ALEX. D. H. - Proelia Eboracensia. Battles Fought in Yorkshire: treated historically and topographically.
29080: BOSCH ADVERTISING LEAFLET. - The Bosch Six Sixty Plug-Way.
29078: TRADE ADVERTISING LEAFLET. - Solex F Type Carburettor.
29076: TRADE ADVANCE LEAFLET.. - C.A.V Replacement Batteries for American Equipments. British-built lighting and starting accumulators
42573: THE MALTHUSIAN LEAGUE. - Rules [With] Tract: 7. The bondsmen of these our days; No. 6. Presidential address; [No. 5.] "Great is truth & it will prevail."; [No. 4.] Evils produced by over-childbearing and excessive lactation.; No. 3. The limitation of families.; No. 2. The struggle for enjoyable existence. [With] Objects.
42514: CHURCH ANTIVIVSECTION LEAGUE. - Sermon preached by Rev. R. D. Mondo, at the Annual Service of the League, ... 1904.
37266: THE CHRONICLER OF LEALHOLM. - The Manor and Castle of Danby.
37322: THE CHRONICLER OF LEALHOLM. - The Manor and Castle of Danby.
21564: LEAN, VINCENT STUCKEY. - Lean's Collectanea. Collections ... of proverbs (English and foreign), folk lore, and superstitions, also compilations towards dictionaries of proverbial phrases and words, old and disused (4 Volumes).
24850: LEANING, WILLIAM. - As the Years have Passed by in Nottingham.
38188: LEASK, A. RITCHIE. - Refrigerating Machinery. Its principles and management.
21429: LEASOR, JAMES. - The Red Fort: an account of the siege of Delhi in 1857.
41388: LEATHAM, WILLIAM HENRY. - Sequel to "Lesser Poems."
41389: LEATHAM, WILLIAM HENRY. - Sequel to "Lesser Poems."
41558: LEATHAM, WILLIAM HENRY. - Poems. [Comprising:] A traveller's thoughts; The victim; Sandal in the olden time; Henry Clifforde and Margaret Percy; Siege of Grenada; Emilia Monteiro; Strafford. A tragedy; Oliver Cromwell. A drama.
19642: LEATHES, J. B. - Problems in Animal Metabolism: a course of lectures given ... at South Kensington in the Summer Term, 1904.
25171: LEBOUR, G. A. - Outlines of the Geology of Northumberland and Durham.
36135: LEBOUR, G. A. - Geology of the Redesdale Ironstone District. From the Transactions of the North of Englnd Institute of Mining and Mechanical Engineers, Vol. XXII.
37216: LEBOUR, G A. - Outlines of the Geology of Northumberland.
20497: LECKY, WILLIAM EDWARD HARTPOLE. - Democracy and Liberty (2 Vols).
33255: LECKY, WILLIAM EDWARD HARTPOLE. - Democracy and Liberty (2 Vols).
41713: LECLERC, EMILE. - Nouveau Manuel Complet de Typographie ... 'Manuels-Roret Series.'
28892: LEDBURY. - Illustrated Guide to Ledbury and the District.
36867: LEDNICKI, WACLAW. - Reminiscences. The adventures of a modern gil blas during the last war.
8942: LEE, C. H. - A Cotton Enterprise 1795-1840. A history of M'Connel and Kennedy fine cotton spinners.
20708: LEE, JOHN EDWARD. - Note-Book of an Amateur Geologist.
22808: LEE, SYDNEY (INTRODUCTION AND BIBLIOGRAPHY). - Shakespeares Lucrece, being a reproduction in facsimile of the first edition, 1594, from the copy in the Malone Collection in the Bodleian Library.
22831: LEE, J. M. - Social Leaders and Public Persons: a study of county government in Cheshire since 1888.
28490: LEE, SIDNEY L. - Stratford-on-Avon from the earliest times to the death of William Shakespeare. With forty-five illustrations by Edward Hull.
34389: LEE, EUSTACE. - The Story of S. Bartholomew's Hospital.
39947: LEE, J. - Guide and History of Leeds.
28374: LEECH, ERNEST BOSDIN. - The Parish Registers of Lancashire. Reprinted from the "Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, " Vol. LVII - 1943-1944.
22098: LEEDS, E. T. - Early Anglo-Saxon Art and Archaeology: being the Rhind Lectures delivered in Edinburgh, 1935.
26373: LEEDS, E.T. - Celtic Ornament in the British Isles down to A.D. 700.
40731: LEEDS - Robinson's Leeds ABC guide. No. 304. Railway guide.
34773: LEES, REV T & SIR HENRY DRYDEN BART. - Cresset Stones. Lamp Niches. [Read in the section of Antiquities at the Carlisle Meeting 1882].
32473: LEES, FREDERIC ARNOLD. - The Flora of West Yorkshire. With a sketch of the climatology and lithology in connection therewith. New foreword and bibliography of the author by M R D Seaward.
27341: LEES, WILLIAM E. - The Parish Church of St Clement, Near Eastcheap.
23472: LEES, CLIFFORD (COMPILER). - The Natural History of Elland. Nature survey, 1963. By members of the Halifax Scientific Society.
29602: LEFEBURE, MOLLY. - Cumberland Heritage.
23437: LEFROY, W. CHAMBERS. - The Ruined Abbeys of Yorkshire.
33768: LEGG, L G WICKHAM. - British diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789. Vol. II, France, 1689-1721. Camden Third Series Volume XXXV.
35662: LEGOUIS, EMILE. - Wordsworth in a New Light.
18968: LEHMANN, WALTER. - The History of Ancient Mexican Art. An essay in outline.
31784: LEIGH, W R. - Frontiers of Enchantment. An Artist's Adventures in Africa.
8640: LEIGHTON, JOHN. - Suggestions in Design: being a comprehensive series of original sketches in various styles of ornament. Arranged for application in the decorative and constructive arts. With descriptive and historical letterpress by James K. Colling.
41269: LEIGHTON, HENRY R. (EDITOR). - Memorials of Old Durham. 'Memorial of the Counties of England Series.'
34253: LEITH. - Leith Built Ships on War Service. Being the war time history of the firm of Henry Robb Ltd.
18427: LEJARD, ANDRE (EDITOR). - The Art of the French Book from early manuscripts to the present time.
20252: LEJARD, ANDRE (EDITOR). - The Art of the French Book from early manuscripts to the present time.
30324: LEMON, MARK. - Up and Down the London Streets.
32975: LEMON, ROBERT (COMPILED BY). - Catalogue of a collection of Printed Broadsides in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
39261: LENDERS, J., REV. - History of St. Michael's Parish, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
24395: LENEMAN, LEAH (EDITOR). - Perspectives in Scottish Social History: essays in honour of Rosalind Mitchison.
24431: LEODHAS, SORCHE NIC. - Claymore and Kilt: tales from Scottish history and the Scottish ballads. Illustrated by Victor Ambrus.
38219: L╔ON, DR. HENRI M. - The Psychology of Oriental Peoples. Reprinted from "The Ethological Journal, July, 1926."
26408: LEONARD, JAMES W. - Constantine College.
31116: LEONARD, KATHLEEN (EDITED BY). - A Register of Marriages in the Parish of Hawkshead Lancashire 1754-1837.
24477: LEONG, Y. K.; L. K. TAO. - Village and Town Life in China. [Monographs on Sociology Series. No. 4].
21038: LERNER, GERDA. - The Creation of Feminist Consciousness: from the Middle Ages to Eighteen-seventy.
39342: LESCOEUR, LOUIS. - L'Eglise Catholique en Pologne sous le Gouvernement Russe depuis le premier partage jusqu'a nos jours (1772-1875) (2 Vols in 1).
37474: LESENYI, FRANCIS. - History and Present State of Hungarian Forestry. Concise exposition for the benefit of the 2nd International Forestry Congress to be held in Budapest, September 1936.
33557: LESLIE, ROBERT C. (NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS.) - Life aboard a British Privateer in the time of Queen Anne. Being the journal of Captain Woodes Rogers, Master Mariner.
24367: LESLIE, ANITA. - A Story Half Told: a wartime autobiography.
39264: LESLIE, DAVID S. - Notes on Hutton Parish. To mark Hutton Church centenary, 1st July, 1934.
39984: LESLIE, J.H. - History of the "Stewart" Lodge, No. 1960, E.C. Holding at Rawal Pindi and Murree, under the District Grand Lodge of the Punjab.
39906: DEAN AND CHAPTER OF DURHAM LESSEES. - Public meeting in the City of Durham. Reprinted from the North and South Shields Gazette and Daily Telegraph of the 20th of March, 1871.
21546: LESSEPS, FERDINAND DE. - The History of the Suez Canal: a personal narrative. Translated ... by Sir Henry Drummond Wolff ...
25793: LESSING, PIETER. - The African Kaleidoscope.
19038: LESTER, C. EDWARDS. - The Glory and Shame of England (2 Vols).
18481: LETTS, MALCOLM (TRANSLATOR AND EDITOR). - The Diary of Jorg von Ehingen.
8472: LETTS, MALCOLM. - Sir John Manderville.
35861: LEUPP, FRANCIS E. - Walks about Washington. With drawings by Lester G. Hornby.
33677: LEVERSAGE, PETER & JOHN TAYLOR. - A History of Bristol Cathedral, its antiquities and monuments.
32405: LEVEY, MICHAEL. - Sir Thomas Lawrence 1769-1830.
23978: LEVITT, IAN; CHRISTOPHER SMOUT. - The State of the Scottish Working-Class in 1843. A statistical and spatial enquiry based on the data from the Poor Law Commision Report of 1844.
8757: LEVY, M. C. I. - Wallumetta: a history of Ryde and its district.
18486: LEVY, S. LEON. - Nassau W. Senior 1790-1864: critical essayist, classical economist and adviser of governments.
3145: LEWIS, C.T. COURTNEY - The Baxter Book 1919.
8646: LEWIS, C. T. COURTNEY. - The Picture Printer of the Nineteenth Century, George Baxter, 1804-1867.
8856: LEWIS, WYNDHAM. - Blasting & Bombarding.
17456: LEWIS, W. G. - The Trades and Industrial Occupations of the Bible.
17571: LEWIS, MATTHEW GREGORY - Journal of a Residence among the Negroes in the West Indies. Bound with: Short Sketches of the Wild Sports and Natural History of the Highlands from the journals of Charles ST. JOHN.
17714: LEWIS, TAYLER - The Believing Spirit: a discourse delivered before the New Hampshire Alpha of the Phi Beta Kappa Society, at Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., on the 28th July, 1841.
19066: LEWIS, GEORGE CORNEWALL, SIR. - An Essay on the Origin and Formation of the Romance Languages. Containing an examination of M. Raynouard's theory on the relation of the Italian, Spanish, Provencal and French to the Latin.
23459: LEWIS, PETER; PHILIP N. JONES. - The Humberside Region.
23933: LEWIS, WYNDHAM. - Enemy of the Stars.
27959: LEWIS, EDWARD W. - Lectures on the Geolgy of Leighton Buzzard and its Neighbourhood. Delivered before the Working Men's Club and Institute of that Town.
29362: LEWIS, DAVID.R. - Remembrances of Hell. The First World War diary of naturalist, writer and broadcaster Norman F. Ellison - "Nomad" of the BBC.
28770: LEWIS, PETER & PHILIP N JONES. - The Humberside Region. Industrial Britain.
28352: LEWIS, J.L & COX, F.E.G. (EDITED BY) - Mammal Review. Contains protozoa of small rodents, microparasites, studies on the prevalence of haematozoa of British bats, helminths of rodents and insectivores, population dynamics of helminths, helminth population ecology, nutritional effects on parasites, rhythms in helminths, immunity and parasite survival, interactions between protozoa, obituary of Dr. Henry Neville Southern and book reviews to rear. Vol 17, Number 2-3, June/September 1987.
35292: LEWIS, C.T COURTNEY. - The Baxter Book 1919.
36126: LEWIS, TIMOTHY (EDITOR.) - The Laws of Howel Dda: a facsimile reprint of Llanstephan MS. 116 in the National Library of Wales, Aberystwyth. 'University of Wales Welsh Texts. No.1.'
36163: LEWIS, PAUL. - The Romance of Water-Power.
36920: LEWIS, FLORA. - The Polish Volcano. A Case History of Hope.
28777: LEWIS, C E. - Wharfedale. Maps and photographs by Lewis Crowther
5324: LEWIS, ELIZABETH FOREMAN. - Portrait from a Chinese Scroll. Illustrated by Virginia Hollinger Stout.
40832: LEYBOURNE, WILLIAM. - The ready reckoner; or, Trader's sure guide, ...improved by D. Fenning. Revised and corrected throughout by T. Crosby.
32761: LEYLAND. - A Souvenir of the Leyland Tigers to Wipers Hune 1929.
18104: THE PIERPONT MORGAN LIBRARY. - The First Quarter Century of the Pierpont Morgan Library: a retrospective exhibition in honor of Belle da Costa Greene with a tribute to the library and its first director by Lawrence C. Wroth. New York - April 5 through July 23 - 1949.
18105: THE PIERPONT MORGAN LIBRARY. - Illustrated Catalogue of an Exhibition Held on the Occasion of the New York World's Fair 1939. New York: May through October, 1939.
22491: NATIONAL ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY. - The Buried City of the East, Nineveh: a narrative of the discoveries of Mr. Layard and M. Botta at Nimroud and Khorsabad ...
30049: THE LEISURE HOUR LIBRARY. - Fairly-cum-Forelands; and other village tales and sketches.
35454: BRADFORD PUBLIC FREE LIBRARY. - Catalogue of the Books and Pamphlets relating to Yorkshire in the Central Reference Library.
40528: THE NEW PUNCH LIBRARY 2. - Mr. Punch in Mayfair.
40529: THE NEW PUNCH LIBRARY 3. - Mr. Punch in the Family Circle.
40530: THE NEW PUNCH LIBRARY 6. - Mr. Punch and the Arts.
40531: THE NEW PUNCH LIBRARY 9. - Mr. Punch's Theatricals.
26934: JOHN RYLANDS LIBRARY. - The John Rylands Library, Manchester: a brief description of the building and its contents with a descriptive list of the works exhibited in the main library
26110: LIDDLE, PETER H. - The 1916 Battle of the Somme: a reappraisal.
32670: LIEBIG, JUSTUS, BARON. - Chemistry and Physics in relation to Physiology and Pathology.
25054: LIGHTFOOT, JOSEPH BARBER, LORD BISHOP OF DURHAM. - Leaders in the Northern Church: sermons preached in the Diocese of Durham.
33714: LIGHTFOOT, J B. - Historical Essays. [Published by the Trustees of the Lightfoot Fund].
34052: LIGHTFOOT, JOSEPH BARBER. - Leaders in the Northern Church, sermons preached in the Diocese of Durham. [Published by the Trustees of the Lightfoot Fund].
27799: LILLEY, GEORGE P. - A Bibliography of John Middleton Murry 1889-1957.
23836: DE LIMBOURG, POL; JEAN COLOMBE. - Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry. Calendar. Verve: the French Revue of Art. Nr. 7. Vol. 2, April-July 1940.
31318: LIMBOURG, POL DE; JEAN COLOMBE. - Les Tres Riches Heures du Duc de Berry Calendar. 'Verve: the French review of Art. No. 7. Vol. 2. April-July 1940.'
27904: COLAS PRODUCTS LIMITED. - The Surface that Survives. Colas. The Secret of Preserving Drives and Paths.
37650: PALMERS HEBBURN COMPANY LIMITED. - Six Years' Hard Labour: a record of 1939-45.
37424: LINDEN, RONALD H. - Communist States and International Change. Romania and Yugoslavia in Comparative Perspective.
40231: LINDLEY, E.S. - Wooton Under Edge. Men and affairs of a Cotswold Wool Town.
8636: LINDSAY, CAROLINE BLANCHE ELIZABETH, LADY. - About Robins. Songs, facts, and legends, collected and illustrated by Lady Lindsay. [With a facsimile of one of Thomas Morley's "Canzonets to three voyces."].
22902: LINDSAY, PHILIP. - Hampton Court: a history.
24038: LINDSAY, IAN G. - Georgian Edinburgh.
27790: LINDSAY, JOHN (EDITOR). - Municipal Glasgow, its evolution and enterprises ...
31505: LINDSAY, MAURICE. - The Castles of Scotland.
17787: LINDSAY, THOMAS M. - Luther and the German Reformation.
39359: LINGE, OLIVE (COMPLIER). - Willington. "The Archive Photographs Series."
6136: LINKLATER, ERIC. - The Campaign in Italy.
40173: LINTON, W. J. - The Ferns of the English Lake Country: with tables of varieties. Edited by J. M. Barnes.
25392: LIPSCOMB, H. C., REV. - History of Staindrop Church.
25695: LIS, CATHARINA. - Social Change and the Labouring Poor, Antwerp, 1770-1860.
22149: LISSENDEN, GEO. B. - The Stevedore's Handbook.
29372: ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST. - The Singer in the Home and the Workshop.
28519: ARMY LIST. - A List of the Officers of the Army and Royal Marines, on full, retired, and half-pay: with an index. 1840.
41495: LISTER, JOSEPH. - An historical relation of the life of Mr. Joseph Lister, late of the society at Kippin; containing an authentic account of the siege of Bradford, &c.
28996: OXFORD LITERATURE. - Echoes from the Oxford Magazine, being reprints of seven years.
38436: PERNICIOUS LITERATURE. - Debate in the House of Commons. Trial and conviction for sale of Zola's novels. With opinions of the press.
22756: LITTLE, J. RAYMOND. - Sketches of Georgian Bath.
22777: LITTLE, BRYAN. - Cambridge Discovered.
35075: LITTLE, FERGUS G.; EDMUND T. F. WALKER. - The Story of the Northern Baptists.
21157: LIVERPOOL. - Pictures of Olde Liverpool ...
22150: LIVERPOOL. - The Empire Press Union ... being the itinerary of the delegates on the occasion of their visit to Liverpool on June 20th, 1946.
22160: LIVERPOOL. - Report of the Special Committee as to Corporation Leaseholds. [November, 1887.]
22146: LIVERPOOL. - Report of the Proceedings of the Associated Merchants of Liverpool, who have recently resisted the payment of the town's dues. To which is added, an appendix, containing the bill of exceptions filed in the cause, the Corporation of Liverpool v. Bolton and others.
40741: LIVINGSTON, PETER. - Poems and Songs. With lectures on the genius and works of Burns, and the Rev. George Gilfillan; and letters on Dr. Dick, the Christian philosopher; and Sir J. Franklin & the arctic regions.
19443: LIVINGSTONE, DAVID. - [Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa ...].
20537: LLOYD, JOHN. - Light and Liberty: a history of the EETPU.
21591: LLOYD-VERNEY, COLONEL; LIEUT.-COLONEL J. MOUAT F. HUNT. - Records of the Infantry Militia Battalions of the County of Southampton from A.D. 1757 to 1894 ... and Records of the Artillery Militia Regiments of the County of Southampton from A.D. 1853 to 1894.
21668: LLOYD, ROGER. - Farewell to Steam.
24263: LLOYD, E. M., COLONEL. - A Review of the History of Infantry.
30775: LLOYD, L. C.; E. M. RUTTER. - Handlist of the Shropshire Flora.
29310: LLOYD, J D K. - A Guide to Montgomery.
30494: LLOYD, CAPTAIN M B. - Explosions in Glazing and Corning Houses at Factory No 33, Westmorland. Accident No 79, 903. No CLX. Report...on the circumstances attending explosions of gunpowder which occurred in the Glazing and Corning Houses of the Factory of the Sedgwick Gunpowder Company Limited, at Sedgwick, near Kendal, in the County of Westmorland, on the 30th March, 1903. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Majesty.
34691: LLOYD, GEORGE C. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 84. No. II. 1911. [Including Iron and Steel Industries in Italy.]
34692: LLOYD, GEORGE C. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 86. No. 2. 1912. [Including] Visits and Excursions at the Leeds Meeting. The Iron Ore resources of Chili, with a note on the Corral ... Works. By C. Vattier.
34693: LLOYD, GEORGE C. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 88. No. 2. 1913. [Including] Visits and Excursions at the Brussels Meeting. Historic survey of the metallurgy of iron in Belgium [and] The manufacture of coke in Belgium.
34694: LLOYD, GEORGE C. (EDITOR). - The Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute. Vol. 114. No. II. 1926. [Including] Visits and Excursions at the Autumn Meeting at Stockholm.
34177: LLOYD, CAPTAIN M B. - No CXXXI. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an explosion of detonators on the registered premises of Messrs J.C & C Isaac at Liskeard, Cornwall, on the 5th January 1899. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
37598: LLOYD, GENERAL. - A Rhapsody on the Present System of French Politics; on the projected invasion, and the means to defeat it.
39311: LLOYD, NATHANIEL. - A History of English Brickwork, with examples and notes of the architectural use and manipulation of brick from mediaeval times to the end of the Georgian period. With a foreword by Sir Edward Lutyens, R.A. New and abridged edition, with preface, by Leslie Mansfield.
39958: LLOYD, JOHN - The Early History of the Old South Wales Iron Works (1760 - 1840) From original documents.
18666: LOADES, D. M. - The Oxford Martyrs.
38043: LOBEL, MARY (EDITOR). - A History of the County of Oxford. Volume VII: Dorchester and Thame Hundreds. 'The Victoria History of the Counties of England.'
16964: LOCHET, LOUIS - Apparitions of Our Lady; their place in the life of the church.
25302: LOCHHEAD, MARION. - Portrait of the Scott Country.
38754: LOCK, CHARLES G. WARNFORD. - The Home of the Eddas. With a chapter on the Sprengisandr by Dr. C Le Neve Foster ...
29468: LOCKE, RICHARD. - The Western Rebellion.
8841: LOCKLEY, R. M. - The Seals and the Curragh introducing the Natural History of the Grey Seal of the North Atlantic.
24541: LOCKLEY, R. M. - Shearwaters.
28963: LOCKLEY, R. M. - The Naturalist in Wales. "The Regional Naturalist Series."
16292: LOCKWOOD, LUKE VINCENT. - Colonial Furniture in America (2 Vols).
23439: LOCKWOOD, P. H. - Storm and Sunshine in the Dales.
25154: LOCKWOOD, HENRY F.; ADOLPHUS H. CATES. - The History and Antiquities of the Fortifications to the City of York.
30833: LOCKWOOD, H.H. - Transactions of the Ilford and District Historical Society. Transaction No.1.
31599: LOCKWOOD, EDWARD. - The Early Days of Marlborough College; or public life between forty and fifty years ago. To which is added a Glimpse of Old Haileybury; Patna during the Mutiny; A sketch of the Natural History of the Riviera; and, Life in an Oxfordshire Village.
21672: RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES. - British Locomotive Types. Compiled by The Railway Gazette from official drawings supplied by the chief mechanical engineers of the four main-line railways and by the Ministry of Supply.
36788: LODGE, OLIVE. - Peasant Life in Jugoslavia.
40204: LOEWINSON-LESSING, F. (COMPILER). - Tables for the determination of the rock-forming minerals. Transalted from the Russian by J. W. Gregory ... With a chapter on the petrological microscope by Prof. Grenville A. J. Cole ...
29586: LOFTHOUSE, JESSICA. - Countrygoers North.
37370: LOFTIE, W J. - Lessons in the Art of Illuminating (4 Parts). A series of examples selected from works in the British Museum, Lambeth Palace Library, and the South Kensington Museum. With practical instructions and a sketch of the history of the art.
37513: LOMBARD, H.C. - Statistical account of the in-patients of the medical wards in the Geneva Hospital, for the years 1834, 1835, and 1836; to which are added documents relative to the influence of the seasons on the development of certain diseases amongst the poorer classes of Geneva and its environs. [Extracted from the Transactions of the Provincial Medical Association 1837.] Article XIV.
21919: FRENCH PROTESTANT CHURCH OF LONDON. - Report with evidence and appendices of the committee appointed by the secretary of state for the home department to inquire as to the history and constitution of the French Protestant Church of London.
22857: LONDON. - The City of London. "Strike, but Hear."
22931: THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON. - Notes on Its History and Possessions.
28009: LONDON. - The Chronicles of London from 44 Hen. III to 17 Edw. III. Translated from a MS. in the Cottonian Library by Edmund Goldsmid (3 vols in 1). 'Collectanea AdamantŠa. Vol. 10.'
34473: LONDON. - Views of London. Series I & II. Watercolors on Postcards. I - Tower of London. Westminster Abbey. Piccadilly. Bank of England. II. London Bridge. Trafalgar Square. Cheapside. Houses of Parliament.
16675: LONG, GEORGE. - The Folklore Calendar.
16725: LONG, CHARLES, RIGHT HON. - A Temperate Discussion of the Causes which have Led to the Present High Price of Bread. Addressed to the plain sense of the people.
22567: LONG, W. H. - Medals of the British Navy and How They Were Won. With a list of those officers who for their gallant conduct were granted honorary swords and plate by the committee of the Patriotic Fund.
25016: LONG, BRIAN. - Castles of Northumberland. The mediaeval fortifications of the county.
29225: LONG, E. - Charmouth. The Official Guide.
29578: LONG, BRIAN. - Castles of Northumberland. The Mediaeval Fortifications of the County.
26242: LONG, CATHARINE, LADY. - Sir Roland Ashton: a tale of the times.
27762: LONGDEN, ALFRED A., MAJOR. - Cartoon Wit and Caricature in Britain. Being a lecture delivered to the Print Collector's Club on Tuesday, 2nd March, 1943. Publication Number 22.
29469: LONGDEN, H ISHAM. - The History of the Washington Family. [Reprinted from the Genealogists Magazine].
30085: LONGFELLOW, HENRY WADSWORTH. - The Poetical Works ... With prefatory notice.
21025: LONGFORD, ELIZABETH. - A Pigrimage of Passion: the life of Wilfred Scawen Blunt.
31301: LONGHI, ROBERTO (INTRODUCTION.) - Piero della Francesca Frescoes. 'The Iris Books Series.'
24270: LONGHURST, HENRY. - I Wouldn't Have Missed It.
28012: LONGSTAFFE, W. HYLTON DYER. - The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Darlington, in the Bishoprick.
41472: LONGSTAFFE, W. HYLTON. - Richmondshire, its ancient lords and edifices: a concise guide to the localities of interest to the tourist and antiquary; with short notices of memorable men.
38166: LONGSTAFFE, W. HYLTON DYER. - Durham before the Conquest. [Extracted from the Proceedings of the Archaeological Institute. Vol. I. Miscellaneous Papers.]
34930: LONGSTAFFE, W. HYLTON DYER (EDITOR). - The Acts of the High Commission Court within the Diocese of Durham. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Volume 34.'
1917: LONGUS. - Daphnis and Chloe, a pastoral romance translated from the Greek.
40332: LONSDALE, ROGER - Dr. Charles Burney. A Literary Biography.
27199: LOOMES, BRIAN. - Yorkshire Clockmakers.
27354: LORAINE, H R. - Knapton. Some Notes on the Church and Manor.
16474: LORD, J.; D. J. MUNNS (EDITORS). - Atlas of Breeding Birds of the West Midlands. Based on a field survey covering the counties of Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Staffordshire during the years 1966-1968.
16475: LORD, J.; A. R. M. BLAKE. - The Birds of Staffordshire.
17701: LORD, JAMES. - The Vatican and St. James's; or, England, independent of Rome. With introductory remarks on spiritual and temporal power.
19813: LORIMER, NORMA. - By the Waters of Carthage.
23118: LORIMER, GEORGE. - Leaves from The Buik of the West Kirke.
32429: THE MARQUIS OF LORNE. - The Governor's Guide to Windsor Castle.
24191: LORULOT, ANDRE. - La Flagellation et les Perversions Sexuelles. L'amour, la religion et le fouet ...
30068: LOTI, PIERRE. - Matelot. Illustrations de Myrbach. "Collection Guillaume et Lemerre."
30292: LOUIS, M L. - Gleanings in North Wales, with historical sketches.
25539: LOVELL, ALFRED H. - Generating Stations: economic elements of electrical design.
25650: LOW, D. M. - Edward Gibbon, 1737-1794.
40441: LOW, J. L. - Durham. 'Diocesan Histories Series.'
26556: LOWE, NORMAN. - The Lancahire Textile Industry in the Sixteenth Century. 'Remains Historical and Literary connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester Volume 20 - Third Series.'
27350: LOWE, ROBSON. - The British Postage Stamp. Being the history of the Nineteenth Century postage stamps based on the collection presented to the Nation by Reginald M Phillips of Brighton.
1355: VAN LOWHEN, BARON. - The Analysis of Nobility, in its origin: ... interspersed with several curious monuments of history, relating to the laws of chivalry ... jousts, tournaments, combats etc ...
5553: LOWTH, ALYS (EDITOR) - Doreen Coasting. With some account of the places she saw and the people she encounted.
26071: LOWY, SAMUEL. - Psychological and Biological Foundations of Dream-Interpretation.
21285: LOYD, WILLIAM. - Challengers and Chargers: a history of The Life Guards, 1945-1992.
35751: LOYD, LEWIS C & DORIS MARY STENTON (EDITED BY). - Sir Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals. To which is addended a select list of works of Frank Merry Stenton.
30795: FREDERICK BRABY & CO. LTD. - Braby's General Catalogue No. 19.
27897: CHAS P KINNELL & CO LTD. - Kinnell's Pipes. Hot Water Socket & Expansion Joint Pipes. Flange & Drain Pipes. Smoke, Soil and Rain Water Pipes. No 37P. Chas P Kinnell & Co Ltd. Ironfounders and Manufactures of Boilers, Pipes and Heating Accessories. London.
27252: RUSSELL & CO LTD. - Russell's Walks and Rambles in the Isle of Wight.
8747: LUBBOCK, RICHARD, REV. - Observations on the Fauna of Norfolk, and more particularly on the district of the Broads.
5763: LUBBOCK, JOHN, SIR. - Scientific Lectures.
26895: LUBBOCK, JOHN, BARON AVEBURY. - The Scenery of England, and the causes to which it is due.
26352: LUCAS, EDWARD VERRALL AND ELIZABETH. - Three Hundred Games and Pastimes; or, What Shall We Do Now? A book of suggestions for children's games and employments.
27206: LUCAS, E. V. - The Open Road: a book for wayfarers. ... illustrations in colour by Claude A. Shepperson.
34872: LUCAS, MRS JOSEPH. - The Story of our Opium Trade with China.
40010: LUCAS, E. V. - The Open Road: a book for wayfarers. With ... illustrations in colour by Claude A. Shepperson.
40820: LUCAS, CHARLES, SIR. - Patriotism: an address given in April, 1918.
30098: [HUTCHINSON], LUCY. - Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson, Governor of Nottingham Castle and Town, ... With original anecdotes of many of the most distinguished of his contemporaries, and a summary review of public affairs: written by his widow Lucy ... from the original manuscript by the Rev. Julius Hutchinson. To which is prefixed the life of Mrs. Hutchinson, written by herself, a fragment. (2 vols).
36136: LUCY, W. C. - The Gravels of the Severn, Avon, and Evenlode, and their extension over the Cotteswold Hills.
3539: LUDLOW, JOHN MALCOLM. - Popular Epics of the Middle Ages of the Norse-German and Carlovingian Cycles (2 Vols).
26322: LUEDEKING, LEILA; MICHAEL EDMONDS. - Leonard Woolf: a bibliography.
26907: LUKE, THOMAS DAVY. - Spas and Health Resorts of the British Isles, their mineral waters, climate, and the treatment to be obtained with a section on curative institutions.
24720: LUMLEY, D. - Glooper's Glimpses into North Country History.
32426: LUMLEY, D (TRANSCRIBED BY). - Echoes of Other Days. Some Leaves of Northern Lore.
35788: LUMSDEN, JAMES. - Edinburgh and Country Croonings. Being selections from the shorter poetic writings.
28116: LUND, J W G. - The Algae of the Malham Tarn District.
19786: LUNN, HENRY. - Round the World with a Dictaphone: a record of men and movement in 1926.
36029: LUNN, A G (EDITED BY). - A History of Naturalists in North East England.
40238: LUTHER, MARTIN - A Commentary on St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians. Based on lectures delivered by Martin Luther at the University of Wittenberg in the year 1531.
36900: THE COUNT LUTZOW. - The Life and Times of Master John Hus.
37480: LUTZOW, COUNT FRANCIS. - A History of Bohemian Literature.
27633: LYALL, EDNA, - The Autobiography of a Slander. ... Illustrations from drawings by L. Speed.
37570: LYCETT, JOHN. - The Cotteswold Hills. Hand-book introductory to their geology and palaeontology.
19885: LYDEKKER, JOHN WOLFE. - The Faithful Mohawks.
40361: LYDON, A. F. (ILLUSTRATOR). - English Lake Scenery.
31769: LYNCH-ROBINSON, SIR CHRISTOPHER & ADRIAN LYNCH-ROBINSON. - Intelligible Heraldry. The application of Mediaeval system of record and identification to modern needs.
29677: LYNCH-ROBINSON, CHRISTOPHER, SIR, AND ADRIAN. - Intelligible Heraldry: the identification of a mediaeval system of record and identification to modern needs.
27454: LYONS, C. P. - Trees, Shrubs and Flowers to Know in British Columbia.
39725: LYSON, REV. SAMUEL - Our British Ancestors. Who and what were they? An Enquiry.
35713: LYSTER, GERTRUDE (EDITED BY). - A Family Chronicle, derived from notes and letters selected by Barbarina, the Hon Lady Grey.
33683: LYTE, SIR MAXWELL H C. - Somerset Incumbents AD 1354-1401. [Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Somersetshire Archaeological and natural History Society Vol LXXVIII 1932].
41491: LYTH, JOHN. - Glimpses of early Methodism in York and the surrounding district.
41948: LYTTELTON, ROBERT HENRY. - Out-door games: cricket & golf. 'The Haddon Hall Library Series.'
31327: MAAS, HENRY; J. L. DUNCAN; W. G. GOOD (EDITORS.) - The Letters of Aubrey Beardsley.
26325: 'MAC' (EDITOR). - Holiday Guide for Visitors to Wooler.
39433: MAC KINNON, [DANIEL,] COLONEL. - Origin and services of the Coldstream Guards (2 Vols).
40795: MAC CORMICK, JOHN. - The island of Mull: its history, scenes and legends. An interesting guide to the island.
22062: MACALISTER, R. A. S. - A Century of Excavation in Palestine.
36008: MACAN, T T & JEAN C MACKERETH. - Notes on Gammarus Pulex in the English Lake District. [Separatum Vol IX, 25.2.1957. No 1].
30616: MACANDREW, RONALD M. - Naturalism in Spanish Poetry, from the origins to 1900.
42291: MACARTHUR, IAIN CHARLES. - The Caledonian Steam Packet Co. Limited: an illustrated history.
37002: MACARTNEY, C A. - The House of Austria. The Later Phase 1790-1918.
17572: MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON - Speeches, Parliamentary and Miscellaneous (2 Vols in 1).
9410: MACAULAY, JAMES. - Across the Ferry: first impressions of America and its people.
40793: MACAULAY, THOMAS BABINGTON. - Lays of Ancient Rome: With "Ivry" and "The Armada."
24380: MACCULLOCH, J. A. - The Misty Isle of Skye: its scenery, its people, its story.
21721: MACDERMOT, E. T. - History of the Great Western Railway. Volume I, 1833-1863. Revised by C. R. Clinker.
20479: MACDONALD, DAVID BAIRD. - Industrial Economics.
21528: MACDONALD, R. J., CAPTAIN. - The History of the Dress of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, 1625-1897.
35285: MACDONALD, SIR GEORGE. - The Bath House at the Fort of Chesters (Cilurnum). [Reprinted by permission from Archaeologia Aeliana 4th series Vol III pp 219-304].
23834: MACDONALD, R. J., CAPTAIN. - The History of the Dress of the Royal Regiment of Artillery, 1625-1897.
24039: MACDONALD, HUGH. - Rambles Round Glasgow: descriptive, historical, and traditional.
24422: MACDONALD, HUGH. - Days at the Coast: a series of sketches descriptive of the Firth of Clyde - its watering places, its scenery, and its associations.
34829: MR MACDONALD. - Copy of correspondence between the owners of the Dinas Colliery and the Home Office, or the Inspector of Mines for the South Wales District, in regard to the appointment of a Certified Manager.
31109: MACDONALD, JAMES. - Notes on the Roman Roads of Scotland. [5 Chapters from 3 separate Volumes bound as 1].
18457: MACDONALD, D. F. - The State and the Trade Unions.
39486: MACDONALD, DUNCAN. - The new London family cook; or, Town and country housekeeper's guide. Comprehending directions for marketing ... practical instructions for preparing soups, broths, gravies, sauces, and made dishes ... With the respective branches of pastry and confectionary, the art of potting, pickling, preserving, &c., cookery for the sick, and for the poor; directions for carving ... Also a collection of valuable family recipes,in dyeing, perfumery, &c. Instructions for brewing, making of British wines, distilling, managing the dairy, and gardening. And an appendix, containing general directions for servants relative to the cleaning of household furniture, floor-cloths, stoves, marble chimney-pieces, &c. forming in the whole a most complete family instructor
23045: MACDOUGALL, J., REV. - Folk Tales and Fairy Lore in Gaelic and English. Collected from oral tradition ... Edited ... by Rev. George Calder.
24016: MACDUFF, J. R. - The Parish of Taxwood, and some of its older memories.
37931: MACFARLANE, MALCOLM - The Phonetics of the Gaelic Language and a System of Phonography.
37017: MACGAHAN, JANUARIUS A. - The Turkish Atrocities in Bulgaria. Translation into Bulgarian and Introductory note by Theodore Delchev Dimitrov.
38585: MACGILLIVRAY, WILLIAM. - A History of the Molluscous Animals of Scotland, as found in the north-eastern district, particularly in the shires of Aberdeen, Kincardine, and Banff; to which is appended an account of the cirripedal animals of the same district.
22466: MACGREGOR, JOHN. - The Voyage Alone in the Yawl "Rob Roy," from London to Paris, and by Havre, across the Channel to the Isle of Wight, South coast, etc, etc.
23595: MACGREGOR, JOHN. - The Voyage Alone in the Yawl "Rob Roy," from London to Paris, and by Havre, across the Channel to the Isle of Wight, South coast, etc, etc.
20633: MACGREGOR, M. AND A. G. - British Regional Geology. The Midland Valley of Scotland.
26750: MACHEN, ARTHUR. - Dog and Duck: a London calendar, et caetera.
27892: MARSWELLS WASHING MACHINE. - Marswells Washing Machine Advert.
36870: MACIEJEWSKI, B M. - H M Gorecki. His Music and our Times.
22762: MACINNES, C. M.; W. F. WHITTARD (EDITORS). - Bristol and its adjoining Counties.
22764: MACINNES, C. M. - Bristol: A Gateway to Empire.
25452: MACINTYRE, BEN. - Forgotten Fatherland: the search for Elisabeth Nietzsche.
28468: MACINTYRE, DUGALD. - Nature Notes of a Highland Gamekeeper.
43025: MACINTYRE, PETER. - Odd incidents of olden times or ancient records of Inveraray.
18717: MACIVER, R. M. - The Modern State.
21951: MACK, JAMES LOGAN. - The Border Line: from the Solway Firth to the North Sea, along the marches of Scotland and England.
26010: MACKAIL, JOHN WILLIAM. - The Parting of the Ways. An address ...
33131: MACKAY, REV W S. - A Warning from the East; or, the Jesuits at Missionaries in India. [Reprinted by permission of the editor, from the Calcutta Review No 3].
39909: MACKAY, HUGH. & CO. LTD. - An ancient industry in Durham City: carpets and their manufacture.
17110: MACKENZIE, W. DOUGLAS - The Ethics of Gambling.
36247: MACKENZIE, F. W. (EDITOR). - Screen Process Printing 1951.
29762: MACKENZIE, ROBERT KIRKWOOD. - San Francisco: The Earthquake and Conflagration of the 18th April 1906. A paper read before the Insurance and Actuarial Society of Glasgow, 4th February 1907.
29908: MACKENZIE, KENNETH R. H. - The Marvellous Adventures and Rare Conceits of Master Tyll Owlglass. Newly chronicled and set forth in our English tongue ... and adorned ... by Alfred Crowquill.
31916: MACKENZIE, WILLIAM COLIN. - The Action of Muscles, including muscle rest and muscle re-education.
25682: MACKENZIE, W. J. M. - Explorations in Government. Collected Papers: 1951-1968.
35634: MACKENZIE, REV WILLIAM (EDITED BY). - Legislation by three of the thirteen Stanleys, Kings of Man. [Manx Society Vol III].
37841: MACKENZIE, REV. HUGH M. - Joseph in Egypt. A Second Anniversary Souvenir. Congregational lectures, with illustrations and lessons from the monument.
40784: MACKENZIE, ALEXANDER. - The Isle of Skye in 1882-1883. Illustrated and full report of the trials of the Braes and Glendale Crofters, at Inverness and Edinburgh; and an introductory chapter. Also a full report of the trial of Patrick Sellar.
43352: MACKENZIE, JOHN. - Bechwanaland, the Transvaal and England. A statement and a plea .
24222: MACKIE, EUAN W. - Dun Mor Vaul: an iron age broch on Tiree.
23950: MACKINNON, JAMES. - Culture in Early Scotland.
21501: MACKINTOSH, HAROLD, SIR. - Early English Figure Pottery: a collection of Ralph Wood and contemporary pottery.
16558: MACKLIN, HERBERT W. - The Brasses of England.
32113: MACKLIN, REV HERBERT. - Monumental Brasses. Together with a selected bibliography and county lists of brasses remaining in the churches of the United Kingdom.
31930: MACKMICHAEL, WILLIAM. - The Gold-Headed Cane. A new edition with a foreword by James R. Waring, M.D. and a preface by William J. Kerr, M.D. containing the text and illustrations of the fifth edition, including the introduction by George C. Peachey and his annotations.
21389: MACKSEY, KENNETH, MAJOR. - The Tanks: the history of the Royal Tank Regiment, 1945-1975.
24417: MACLENNAN, JEAN M. - From Shore to Shore: the life and times of the Rev. John MacLennan of Belfast, P.E.I.
42886: MACLEOD, FIONA. - Pharais: a romance of the Isles 'The Regent Library Series.'
27491: MACLEOD, DAWN. - Down-to-Earth Women: those who care for the soil.
4396: MACLEOD, DAWN. - Land of Tweed.
42044: MACLEOD, MARY (EDITOR). - Honour & Arms: tales from Froissart. Illutrated by Gordon Browne.
36320: MACMAHON, K A (EDITED BY). - Beverley Corporation Minute Books 1707-1835. [The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record SeriesVol CXXII for the year 1956].
19679: MACMICHAEL, WILLIAM. - The Gold-Headed Cane. A facsimile of the Author's 1827 copy illustrated and interleaved with his own amendments and additions ...
9184: MACMILLAN, JOHN C., REV. - The Early History of The Catholic Church in Prince Edward Island.
34696: MACMILLAN, DOUGLAS (EDITOR). - Word-Lore, the 'Folk' Magazine (3 Volumes - all published).
24397: MACMILLAN, MICHAEL (TRANSLATOR). - The Bruce of Bannockburn, being a translation of the greater portion of Barbour's 'Bruce.'
25424: MACMUNN, GEORGE, LIEUT. GENERAL SIR, - Kipling's Women.
25272: MACNAB, IAN. - A History and Description of the Isle of Man Railway.
24212: MACNALLY, LEA. - Highland Year.
34399: MACNAMARA, F.N & A STORY-MASKELYNE (EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of Kensington, Co Middlesex from A.D 1539 to A.D 1675. [Publications of the Harleian Society Vol XVI].
25314: MACNAUGHTON, DONALD A. - There's No Town Like Berwick.
28482: MACNEILL, NIGEL. - The Literature of the Highlanders: race, language, literature, poetry and music. Edited, with additional chapter, by John MacMaster Campbell.
31864: MACNISH, ROBERT. - The Philosophy of Sleep.
40046: MACOUN, JOHN. - Catalogue of Canadian Birds (3 Vols.). [Comprising:] Part 1: Water birds, gallinaceous birds and pigeons ... . - Part 2: Birds of prey, woodpeckers, fly-catchers, crows, jays ... . - Part 3: Sparrows, swallows ...
40047: MACOUN, JOHN AND JAMES M. - Catalogue of Canadian Birds.
20766: MACPHERSON, H. A., REV. - A Vertebrate Fauna of Lakeland including Cumberland and Westmorland with Lancashire North of the Sands. With a preface by R. S. Ferguson.
23663: MACQUID, NORMAN AND KATHARINE. - About Yorkshire.
5552: MACQUOID, KATHERINE S. - In the Ardennes.
30441: MADDISON, A R. - A Short Account of the Vicars Choral, Poor Clerks, Organists and Choristers of Lincoln Cathedral. From the 12th Century to the Accesion of Edward 6th.
1919: MADOX, THOMAS. - Firma Burgi, or an historical essay concerning the cities, towns and buroughs of England ...
20245: CYCLING MAGAZINE. - The Rambler. May (1st issue) - Nov, 1897.
26720: SPORTING MAGAZINE. - The Sportsman. Second Series. Vol. 11. July to December, 1844.
28444: ENGLISH WOMAN'S DOMESTIC MAGAZINE. - [8 issues - No. 49 (May) to No. 56 (December) Vol. 9 (1864)].
41229: MAGENDIE, F. - An elementary compendium of physiology; for the use of students. Translated from the French by E. Milligan.
34054: MAGGS, COLIN. - The Bath to Weymouth Line. Including Westbury and Salisbury.
27771: MAGNUSSON, MAGNUS. - The Clacken and the Slate. The story of the Edinburgh Academy, 1824-1974.
25214: MAIDMENT, JAMES (EDITOR). - A North Countrie Garland. ... revised by Edward Goldsmid.
33241: MAIDSTONE, RICHARD DE. - Alliterative Poem on the deposition of King Richard II. Edited by Thomas Wright.
31484: H WILLEBEEK LE MAIR. - Nursie's Rhyme Book. No 4 of Old Nursery Rhymes illustrated by H Willebeek Le Mair.
16884: MAIRET, PHILIP (EDITOR). - Christian Essays in Psychiatry.
29089: MAIS, S.P.B. - This Unknown Island. Illustrated by Leslie Atkinson.
34280: MAJENDIE, COLONEL V.D. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an Explosion of wet tonite or cotton powder during the operation of pressing the same into blasting cartridges, at the works of the Cotton Powder Company Ltd at Uplees Marshes, near Faversham, on the 5th November 1882. No XLIII. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
34197: MAJENDIE, COLONEL V D. - No CVII. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred at the Ammunition Factory of Messrs F Joyce & Co Limited, at Waltham Abbey, on the 22nd December 1893. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34200: MAJENDIE, COLONEL V D. - Explosion at Roslin Gunpowder Factory. No CI. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion which occurred at the Gunpowder Factory at Roslin, near Edinburgh, on the 17th Septemeber 1892. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34223: MAJENDIE, LIEUT-COLONEL V D. - Report to the Right Hon Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of Gunpowder in a glazing house at Messrs John Hall & Sons's Gunpowder Factory at the Marsh, Faversham on the 11th December 1880. No XXXI. Explosives Act 1875 (38 Vict c 17). Fifth Annual Report of Her Majesty's Inspectors of Explosives; being their Annual Report for the year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34234: MAJENDIE, MAJOR V D. - Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of Gunpowder which occurred in Doncaster on the 3rd January 1880. No XXIX. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
36871: MAJKOWSKI, WLADYSLAW. - People's Poland. Patterns of Social Inequality and Conflict. [Contributions in Sociology Number 55].
34118: MAJOR, KATHLEEN (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Volume VIII. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 51].
34120: MAJOR, KATHLEEN (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Volume VII. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 46].
34131: MAJOR, KATHLEEN (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Volume VI. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 41].
34134: MAJOR, KATHLEEN (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Vol X. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 67].
34143: MAJOR, KATHLEEN (EDITED BY). - The Registrum Antiquissimum of the Cathedral Church of Lincoln. Vol V. [The Publications of the Lincoln Record Society Vol 34].
27565: MAKOWER, FELIX. - The Constitutional History and Constitution of the Church of England. Translated from the German ...
33446: MALCOLM, J. P. - First Impressions, or, Sketches from Art and Nature, Animate and Inanimate.
29185: MALDEN, JOHN. - Let Durham Flourish.
17548: MALLESON, G[EORGE] B[RUCE] - Captain Musafir's Rambles in Alpine Lands.
34327: MALONEY, WILLIAM J. - George and John Armstrong of Castleton, Two Eighteenth-century Medical Pioneers.
32054: MALONY, G M O (EDITED BY). - Comparative Physiology of Desert Animals. [Symposia of the Zoological Society of London Number 31].
5330: MALOTKI, EKKEHART. (EDITOR). - The bedbugs' night dance and other hopi sexual tales. Mumuspi'yyungqu Tuutuwutsi.
21872: MALTA. - Report of the Royal Commission on the Finances, Economic Position, and Judicial Procedure of Malta.
27853: MALTBY, JUDITH D (EDITED BY). - The Short Parliament (1640) Diary of Sir Thomas Aston. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 35].
38371: MALTON, WILLIAM D., CAPTAIN. - Sinnott's Military Catechism: adapted to the revised system of the "Field Exercise & Evolutions of Infantry."
36074: AN OLD MAN. - Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau.
35509: MANACEINE, MARIE DE. - Sleep: Its Physiology, Pathology, Hygiene, and Psychology.
38205: LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF MANCHESTER. - Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. Second Series. Volume VIII. [Including:] I. On some of the Microscopical Objects found in the Mud of the Levant ... with remarks on the mode of formation of Calcareous and Infusorial Silicious Rocks. By W. C. Williamson. III. On the Origin of Coal [and] IV. Sketch of the Drift Deposits of Manchester and its Neighbourhood. [and] XVIII. A Glance at the Geology of Low Furness, Lancashire. By E. W. Binney. X. Notes on the employment of Electrical Currents, for ascertaining the Specific Heat of Bodies. By J. P. Joule.
38207: LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF MANCHESTER. - Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. Third Series. Sixth Volume. [Including] A Descent into Elden Hole, Derbyshire. By Rooke Pennington.
38209: LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY OF MANCHESTER. - Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. Third Series. Eighth Volume. [Including] On the Manufacture of Salt in Cheshire. By Thomas Ward. On the Development of the Common Frog [Illustrated by 20 plates]. By Thomas Alcock.
29247: WHITE JON MANCHIP. - The Route of San Romano and Other Poems. [Poems in Pamphlet 1952. V Jon Manchip White].
25318: MANDL, G. T. - Three Hundred Years in Paper.
34899: MANDL, G.T. - Three Hundred Years in Paper.
43576: MANKOWSKA, JOYCE. - Goole. A port in green fields.
31618: MANN, STEPHEN JOHN. - Sketches and Reminiscences, Prose and Verse. Consisting of railway trips, visits to remarkable places, journeys, recollections, etc.
43582: MANN, WALTER. - Christianity in China: an exposure of foreign missions.
21632: MANNHEIM, HERMANN, DR. - Criminal Justice and Social Reconstruction.
27607: MANNING, JAMES ALEXANDER. - The Lives of the Speakers of the House of Commons.
27857: MANNING, JOHN J (EDITED BY). - The First and Second Parts of John Hayward's, The Life and Raigne of King Henrie IIII. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 42].
36065: MANNING, HENRY EDWARD. - The Unity of the Church.
20179: MANNING, BERNARD L. - The Hymns of Wesley and Watts: five informal papers.
20859: MANSBRIDGE, ALBERT. - The Older Universities of England: Oxford and Cambridge. With drawings by John Mansbridge.
28133: MANSFIELD, JOHN. - Shopping in Oxford.
42430: MANSFIELD, WILLIAM MURRAY, EARL OF. - The thistle; a dispassionate examine of the prejudice of Englishmen in general to the Scotch nation; and particularly of a late arrogant insult offered to all Scotchmen, by a modern English journalist. In a letter to the author of Old England, Dec.27, 1747. The rose: being a detection of the pernicious tendency of two libels lately published, viz. in the Old England journal, and a pamphlet entitled, The thistle. Together with Some Considerations for repealing the Heretable Jurisdictions reserved to the Scots, by the 20th Article of the Treaty of Union.
40764: MANT, NEWTON, REV. - A memorial of the first quarter century of the history of St. Martin's-on-the-Hill, Scarborough. With a biographical sketch of the late vicar.
40878: WESTERN DEPOT MANUFACTORY. - The new Royal hat.
36394: MANUFAX. - Manufax Model Book for Nos 1, 1A & 2 Outfits.
32762: MANX. - Manx Music and Drama Festival Leaflet. Forty-Ninth Annual Festival at the Palace Douglas...April 29th, 30th, May 1st, 2nd & 4th.
19946: INDIAN ROAD MAP. - Scale: 1''=50 miles.
29667: HOMING PIGEON MAP - The British Homing Pigeon World Map.
16706: MARCET, W. - On the Mediterranean Coast of the South of France in its Medical Aspect. With a report of a meteorological observations made at Cannes from November 1, 1874, to April 30, 1875.
28551: MARCH & SON, CHEMISTS, STAMFORD. - Pictures of Stamford.
31053: MARCHAM, FRANK (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The King's Office of the Revels 1610-1622. Fragments of documents in the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum. With a preface by J P Gilson.
37066: MARCZALI, HENRY (EDITED BY). - The Letters and Journal (1848-49) of Count Charles Leiningen-Westerburg, General in the Hungarian Army.
20163: MARETZEK, MAX. - Crotchets and Quavers, or, revelations of an opera manager in America.
18916: MARINACK, MARIA MARY (EDITOR). - Selections from the Works of the British Classical Poets from Shakespeare to Shelley. Systematically arranged with biographical and critical notices.
21325: MARKER, R. J., COL.; A. G. C. DAWNAY, MAJOR. - 'Nulli Secundus', the Record of the Coldstream Guards, [1650-1918].
29069: MARKHAM, CHRISTOPHER A. (EDITED BY) - The Liber Custumarum. The book of the ancient usages & customes of the town of Northampton from the earliest record to 1448.
32627: MARKHAM, CHRISTOPHER A & REV J CHARLES COX. - The Records of the Borough of Northampton (2 Vols). Preface by the Bishop of London, introductory chapter on the history of the town by W Ryland Adkins.
36541: MARKHAM, R. H. - Meet Bulgaria.
37934: MARKHAM, CHRISTOPHER A. - History of the County Buildings of Northamptonshire
42232: MARKHAM, CHRISTOPHER ALEXANDER. - The church plate of the county of Northampton.
35926: MARKWELL, F C. - Tracing Your Ancestors in Warwickshire.
30383: MARLES, H. - The Handbook and Guide to Kirkstall Abbey. Comprising an historical, descriptive, and imaginative poem in severn parts; to which is appended a compendious history of the Abbey; a description of the Ruins; and a glossary of the ecclesiastical terms.
9230: MARLOWE, JOHN. - Mission to Khartum. The Apotheosis of General Gordan.
27190: MARR, J. E.; A. E. SHIPLEY (EDITORS). - Handbook to the Natural History of Cambridgeshire.
27880: MARR, J E. - Cumberland. [Cambridge County Geographies].
22339: MARROT, H. V. - A Bibliography of the Works of John Galsworthy.
8849: MARRYAT, JOSEPH. - A History of Pottery and Porcelain, mediaeval and modern.
33461: MARSDEN, JOHN. - The Illustrated Bede.
28068: MARSDEN, ANGELA (EDITOR). - A Raine Miscellany. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Vol. 200.'
30223: MARSH, HERBERT. - A sermon preached in the Cathedral Church of St Paul's London, on Thursday June 13, 1811: being the time of the yearly meeting of the children educated in the charity schools in and about the cities of London and Westminster. To which is added, a collection of notes, containing proofs and illustrations. [The National Religion the Foundation of National Education].
18473: MARSH, DAVID C. - The Changing Social Structure of England and Wales 1871-1961.
16245: MARSHALL, A. J. - Darwin and Huxley in Australia.
18362: MARSHALL, C. F. (EDITOR). - Lectures on the Darwinian Theory delivered by the late Arthur Milnes Marshall ...
36004: MARSHALL, J D. - Common Territory.
26546: MARSHALL, GEORGE W. - The Genealogist's Guide. Being a general search through genealogical, topographical, and biographical works, family histories, peerage claims etc.
26572: MARSHALL, J. D. - Old Lakeland: some Cumbrian social history.
29570: MARSHALL, J D & M DAVIES-SHIEL. - Victorian and Edwardian Lake District, from old photographs.
31620: MARSHALL, EMMA. - Winchester Meads in the time of Thomas Ken, DD.
32614: MARSHALL, CHARLES J & MAUD ROBERTS-WEST. - A History of the Village of Cheam with Local Guide.
30746: MARSON, C. L. - Glastonbury: the historic guide to the "English Jerusalem."
16872: MARSTON, SIR CHARLES. - The Bible comes Alive.
36563: MARTEL, RENE. - La Ruthenie Subcarpathique (Podkarpatska Rus).
25757: MARTIN, T. MOWER; WILFRED CAMPBELL. - Canada.
29565: MARTIN, G. H. (EDITOR). - The Ipswich Recognizance Rolls, 1294-1327: a calendar. 'Suffolk Records Society. Volume 16.'
32763: MARTIN, CH WYKEHAM. - Mediaeval Houses and Castles in England.
34508: MARTIN, JOSEPH S. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the South Western District (no 12) 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].
34526: MARTIN, JOSEPH S. - Mines. Report...for the South Western District (no 12), 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].
34215: MARTIN, JOSEPH S. - Mines. Report of Joseph S Martin Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the South-Western District (No 12) 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.
39025: MARTIN, EDWARD J. - The Trial of the Templars.
41964: MARTIN, WILLIAM. - Figures and descriptions of petrifactions collected in Derbyshire. (Vol. I - all published.) [A systematic arrangement of the petrifactions described in volume the first: with additional remarks on some of the species.]
24572: MARTIN, PERCY F. - Mexico of the Twentieth Century (2 Vols).
37611: MARTINDALE, G E. - The History and Development of Marine Insurance. [A paper read before the Insurance Association of Manchester 21st November 1906].
31526: MARTINE, RODDY. - Scottish Clan and Family Names. Their Arms, Origins and Tartans.
21435: MARTINEAU, GILBERT. - Napoleon's Last Journey. Translated ... by Frances Partridge.
26736: MARTINEAU, HARRIET. - Dawn Island. A tale.
42015: MARTINEAU & SMITH, HOLLOW HEAD, BIRMINGHAM. - Monthly Trade Circular ... No. 40. April 30, 1877.
20684: MARTONNE, EMM. DE; L. AUFRERE. - L'Extension des Regions Privees d'Ecoulement vers l'Ocean.
26649: MARVIN, F. S. (EDITOR). - Science and Civilization. The Unity Series. VI.
19232: MARWICK, W. H. - Economic Developments in Victorian Scotland.
38255: MARWICK, HUGH. - The Place Names of Birsay.
26532: MARZIO, PETER C. - The Democratic Art: pictures for a 19th-Century America. [Chromolithography 1840-1900.]
27830: MASEFIELD, JOHN. - South and East. Illustrated by Jacynth Parsons.
31894: MASERES, FRANCIS. - A View of the Ancient Constitution of the English Parliament. [Read for the Society of Antiquaries, April 30, May 7th, and 14th, 1772].
23347: MASON, ROGER. - The Great Skipton Show.
34927: MASON, A STUART. - George Edwards. The Bedell and his birds.
25800: MASON, PHILIP. - Years of Decision: Rhodesia and Nyasaland in 1960.
8870: MASON, REV. THOMAS. W; REV. B. NIGHTINGALE. - New Light on the Pilgrim Story.
38228: MASON, JOHN. - Self-knowledge; a treatise, showing the nature and benefit of that important science, and the way to attain it ... To which are prefixed, memoirs of the author.
40836: MASON, BENJAMIN BURNETT. - A brief history of the origin and progress of the dock company at Kingston-upon-Hull, being the substance of a speech delivered on the 9th of April, 1884, on the re-opening of the Humber dock, aftre extensive repairs to the lock-pit, &c.
24539: MASSINGHAM, H. J. - Birds of the Seashore. With sixty-nine drawings by J. Abbey, E, Clarke, and Eric Dagish.
27496: MASSINGHAM, BETTY. - A Century of Gardeners.
27385: MASSON, DAVID. - Chatterton: A Story of the Year 1770.
31740: MASSON, ROSALINE. - Edinburgh. Painted by John Fulleylove,
22775: MASTERS, W. CALDWELL. - Some Notes on The Ancient Church of St. Leonard, Stanton Fitzwarren, Wilts.: and otherwise.
27834: MASTERS, W CALDWELL. - Some Notes on the Ancient Church of St leonard, Stanton Fitzwarren, Wilts: And Otherwise.
30979: MASTIN, REV JOHN. (VICAR OF NASEBY). - The History and Antiquities of Naseby, in the County of Northampton.
25428: MATANLE, IVOR (TEXT). - The Splendour of New Zealand.
40029: MATE'S ILLUSTRATED GUIDES. - "Hampshire and Isle of Wight Illustrated." A complete handbook to their history and antiquities.
37329: INCREASE MATHER. - Remarkable Providences. Illustrative of the earlier days of American Colonisation. With introductory preface by George Offor.
18134: MATHER, INCREASE. - Testimony Against Prophane Customs, namely health drinking, dicing, cards, Christmas-keeping, New Year's gifts, cock-scaling, Saints' Days, etc. Reprinted from the 1687 edition, with an introduction and notes by William Peden and a bibliographical note by Lawrence Starkey.
18470: MATHER, F. C. - Public Order in the Age of the Chartists.
28997: MATHEWS, GODFREY W. - The Chester Mystery Plays. (Reprinted from the "Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire," Vol. 76, with an appendix and an additional plate).
31686: MATHEWS, JOSEPH (REVISED BY). - The Bristol Guide. Being a complete ancient and modern history of the city of Bristol,, the Hotwells and Clifton, including a description of the interesting curiosities of their vicinity.
18785: MATHUR, K. S. - Caste and Ritual in a Malwa Village.
40148: MATIER, C. FITZGERALD - The Origin and Progress of the Preceptory of St. George, 1795-1895. With roll of members and preceptors carried down to 1910.
32992: MATTHEWMAN, S. - Gabriel's Hounds.
40149: MATTHEWMAN, J. - Masonic Addresses of Thomas William TEW, J.P. With some account of his life and masonic career.
22952: MATTHEWS, C. M. - Haileybury Since Roman Times: a study of a square mile of England.
31123: MATTHEWS, CANON & JAMES F WHITEHEAD. - History of Appleby. Revised and with a Supplementary Historical Outline.
25984: MATTHEWS, C. M. - Your Family History, and how to discover it.
42680: MATTHEWS, JOHN. - The restoration of organs: a practical guide to the organist in country and isolated churches.
31475: MATTISON, ALFRED & WALTER MEAKIN. - The Romance of Old Leeds. A series of descriptive sketches. Illustrated from photographs by Alfred Mattison. Reprinted from the Yorkshire Daily Observer.
42329: MAUDE, EMILY ALICE. - A difficulty overcome.
22748: DU MAURIER, DAPHNE. - Vanishing Cornwall.
22181: MAVOR, JAMES W., JNR. - Voyage to Atlantis: a firsthand account of the scientific expedition to solve the riddle of the ages.
32823: MAWE, THOMAS & JOHN ABERCROMBIE. - Every Man his Own Gardener: being a new and much more complete Gardener's Calendar and General Directory than any one hitherto published. Containing not only an account of what work is necessary to be done in the kitchen and fruit garden, pleasure ground flower garden and shrubbery, nursery, greenhouse, and hot house, for every month of the year...
33079: MAWER, A & F M STENTON. - The Place-Names of Worcestershire. English Place-Name Society Volume IV.
33081: MAWER, A & F M STENSON. - The Place Names of Bedfordshire & Huntingdonshire. English Place-Name Society Volume III.
33089: MAWER, A & F M STENTON. - The Place-Names of Buckinghamshire. English Place-Name Society Volume II.
23082: MAXWELL, HERBERT, SIR. - The Making of Scotland: lectures on the war of independence ...
27583: MAXWELL, WILLIAM D. - An Outline of Christian Worship, its development and forms.
35550: MAXWELL, DONALD. - A Painter in Palestine. Being an impromptu pilgrimage through the Holy Land with Bible and Sketch-Book. Foreword by the Dean of Rochester.
39181: MAXWELL, MONTGOMERY, COL. - My Adventures (2 Volumes).
37586: MAXWELL, ROBERT (GENERAL EDITOR). - Todor Zhivkov. Statesmans and Builder of New Bulgaria.
30668: MAXWELL, H. W. - Border Tales, and Legends of the Cheviots and the Lammermuir.
40901: MAXWELL, SIR HERBERT. - The place names of Galloway. Their origin and meaning considered. Limited edition reprint 131/500.
41201: MAXWELL, WILLIAM (EDITOR). - First fifty years of St. Cuthbert's Co-operative Association Limited. 1859-1909.
37627: MAY, BASIL & L A PELEZ (EDITED BY). - The Anglo French Alliance Almanac & Monitor 1855 (First Year).
18354: MAYHEW, HENRY AND AUGUSTUS. - The Good Genius that turned everything into gold: or the queen bee and the magic dress, a christmas fairy tale by the brothers Mayhew with illustrations by George Cruikshank.
23960: MAYHEW, RALPH: BURGES JOHNSON. - Second Bubble Book. The Hodder-Columbia Books that Sing. Singing by Simple Simon, Little Bo-Peer, Old King Cole. Pictures by Rhoda Chase.
40607: MAYO, CHARLES HERBERT - The Parish Register of Buckland Newton.
22950: MAYS, SPIKE. - Reuben's Corner.
31884: MCALARNEY, MATHIAS WILSON. - History of the Sesqui Centennial of Paxtang Church, September 18, 1880.
24326: MCALISTER, R. W. L., MAJOR GENERAL. - Bugle and Kukri: the story of the 10th Princess Mary's Own Gurkha Rifles (Volume 2).
32886: MCCALL, H B. - Richmondshire Churches.
33961: MCCALL, H B (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Parish Registers of Kirklington, in the County of York 1588-1812. [Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol 35].
24433: MCCALLUM, NEIL. - A Small Country: Scotland 1700-1830.
40087: MCCARDEL, JAMES. - The Parish of New Kilpatrick.
32063: MCCARTHY, JUSTIN. - A short history of our own times from the accession of Queen Victoria to the general election of 1880.
27466: MCCLINTOCK, DAVID. - The Wild Flowers of Guernsey, with notes of the frequencies of all species recorded for the Channel Islands.
27228: MCCLINTON, KATHARINE MORRISON. - The Chromolithographs of Louis Prang.
20810: MCCONNELL, JAMES. - Treasures of Eton.
21884: MCCORD, NORMAN (EDITOR). - Durham History from the Air.
27504: MCCOSH, SYLVIA MARY. - North Country Tapestry. Written for the love of the land and all that lies therein.

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