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23689: POLLARD, SIDNEY (INTRODUCTION). - The Sheffield Outrages. Report presented to the Trades Unions Commisioners in 1867.
33641: POLLARD, M. - A Dictionary of Members of the Dublin Book Trade 1550-1800, based on the records of the Guild of St Luke the Evangelist, Dublin.
37094: POLLARD, A F. - The Jesuits in Poland. The Lothian Essay 1892. [Oxford Prize Essays].
20852: POLLARD, F. E. (EDITOR). - Bootham School 1823-1923.
42100: POLLARD, ALFRED W. - The Trained Printer and the Amateur, and the pleasure of small books.
41730: POLLEN, JOHN HUNGERFORD. (COLLECTOR AND EDITOR) - Catholic Record Society unpublished documents relating to the English martyrs, Vol.1.,1584-1603. Publications of the Catholic Record Society, Vol. V.
36001: POLLOK, ROBERT. - The Course of Time. A Poem by Robert Pollock.
36872: POLONSKY, ANTONY & BOLESLAW DRUCKIER. - The Beginnings of Communist Rule in Poland.
41119: POLONSKY, ANTHONY (EDITOR). - Polin. A journal of Polish-Jewish studies. Vol. 3.
41120: POLONSKY, ANTHONY (EDITOR). - Polin. A journal of Polish-Jewish studies. Vol. 1.
36940: PONIKOWSKA, M L & MARIA JURKOWA. - Polish Youth. Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.
23669: PONTEFRACT, ELLA. - Wharfedale. In collaboration with and with wood-engravings by Marie Hartley.
5351: PONTEY, W. - The Profitable Planter. A treatise on the theory and practice of planting forrest trees, in every description of soil and situation; more particularly on elevated sites, barren heaths, rocky soils, &c. Including directions for the planting and management of permanent screens; with useful hints on shelter and ornament.
22918: PONTIFEX, BRYAN. - The City of London Livery Companies.
22767: PONTING, K. G. (INTRODUCTION). - Aubrey's Natural History of Wiltshire. A reprint of The Natural History of Wiltshire by John Aubrey.
25596: PONTING, KENNETH G. (INTRODUCTION). - A Memoir of Edmund Cartwright. Documents of Social History Series.
18868: POOLE, GEO. AYLIFFE, REV. - The Testimony of Saint Cyprian against Rome. An essay towards determining the judgement of Saint Cyprian touching papal supremacy.
27650: POOLE, JOHN. - Intrigue: a comic interlude, in one act. As now performed at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
33662: POOLEY, CHARLES. - Notes on Bristol High Cross.
36158: POPE, ALEXANDER. - The Rape of the Lock: an heroi-comical poem in five cantos. Embroidered with nine drawings by Aubrey Beardsley.
16846: POPE-HENNESSY, JAMES. - Sins of the Fathers. A study of the Atlantic Slave Traders 1441-1807.
23495: POPHAM, F. S. - A History of Christianity in Yorkshire.
23408: POPHAM, F. S. (EDITOR). - A History of Christanity in Yorkshire.
32116: PORNY, MR. - The Elements of Heraldry. Containing the definition, origin and historical account of that ancient, useful and entertaining science. The divers sorts of Coats of Arms in use...different kinds of Tinctures, lines, figures, and ornaments...the laws of heraldry...embellished with several fine cuts, and twenty four copper plates...to which is annexed, a dictionary of the technical terms made use of in heraldry, &c.
5317: PORRITT, EDWARD. - The Revolt in Canada against the new feudalism tariff history from the revision of 1907 to the uprising of the west in 1910.
33637: PORTAL, WILLIAM W. - Some Account of the Settlement of Refugees [L'Eglise Wallone] at Southampton, and of the Chapel of St. Julian, attached to the Hospital of God's House [Maison Die] in which they worshiped: also notes on the papermaking industry as practiced by the Southampton refugees.
27304: PORTAL, SIR WILLIAM W. - The Great Hall of Winchester Castle. A Summary.
24184: PORTEOUS, ALEXANDER. - The Town Seals of Scotland: historical, legendary and heraldic.
35490: PORTER, LINDSEY & DUDLEY FOWKES. - Bygone Days in the Peak District.
29024: PORTER, ROBERT.P. - Municipal Ownership. Addresses and Articles.
36376: PORTER, WILLIAM SMITH. - Notes from a Peakland Parish. An account of the church and parish of Hope in the county of Derby.
43409: PORTER, R E (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Memoirs of Sir Daniel Fleming. [Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society Tract Series No XI].
29275: PORTEUS, THOMA CRUDDAS. - Lancashire School Founders; and other famous friends of Lancashire boys & girls
37405: POSTANCE, REV RICHARD. - Old Liverpool. Written in Manuscript.
39244: POSTLETHWAITE, T. N. (COMPILER). - Some Notes on Urswick Church and Parish.
20100: POTSCH, IGO. - Joseph Haydn Memorial Portfolio: twelve original drawings. Text by Rudolf Moissl.
17727: POTTER, C[HANDLER] E[ASTMAN] - An Address, delivered before the Amoskeag Veterans, of Manchester, N.H., February twenty-second, 1855. ... with the proceedings of the association ...
21051: POTTER, OLAVE M. - A Little Pilgrimage in Italy. Illustrations by Yoshio Markino.
30216: POTTER, F SCARLETT. - Tabby's Travels. Told by Herself. [Published under the direction of the Committee of General Literature and Education, appointed by the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge].
38234: POTTER, BEATRIX. - Letters to Children.
19779: POTTLE, FREDERICK A. (EDITOR). - Boswell in Holland 1763-1764 including his correspondence with Belle de Zuylen (Zelide).
22861: POTTLE, FREDERICK A. (EDITOR). - Boswell's London Journal, 1762-1763 ...
27787: POTTLE, FREDERICK A.; CHARLES H. BENNETT (EDITORS). - Boswell's Journal of A Tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson ... Now first published from the original manuscript.
35057: POTTS, ABBIE FINDLAY. - Wordsworth's Prelude: a study of its literary form.
41351: POTTS, WILLIAM. - Banbury in coaching days.
41207: POTTS, DR. TODD. - With the flag of Spain. Christopher Columbus. A biographical history of the discovery and conquest of the new world.
1386: (CORBOULD). POULTER, GEORGE C. B. - The Corbould Genealogy.
29409: POVEY, R O T. - The Bedside Book of Railway History.
28875: POWELL, EDWARD. - The Evolution of the British Drama form the Earliest Times. Historical Survey. A lecture given before the Hebdon Bridge literary and scientific institute at the opening of the winter session 1909-10.
40063: POWELL, JOHN JOSEPH. - An essay upon the learning of devises, from their inception by writing, to their consummation by the death of the devisor.
42020: POWELL, REV. BADEN. - On the theory of parallel lines.
15516: POWER, SIR D'ARCY. - Selected Writings 1877-1930.
17398: POWER, D'ARCY - William Harvey.
35337: POWER, D'ARCY. - Maters of Medicine. William Harvey.
25624: POWER, EILEEN. - The Wool Trade in English Medieval History, being the Ford Lectures.
18622: POWYS, JOHN COWPER. - In Defence of Sensuality.
29620: POWYS, JOHN COWPER. - Letters from John Cowper Powys to Glyn Hughes. Edited by Bernard Jones.
40920: POWYS, THOMAS LITTLETON, (BARON LILFORD). - Notes on the birds of Northamptonshire and neighbourhood. (2 Vols). Illustrated by Messrs. A. Thorburn and G. E. Lodge
1442: PRATT, ELEAZER F. - Phinehas Pratt and Some of His Descendants, a monograph.
32822: PRATT, ANNE. - Our Native Songsters.
23391: PRATT, J. DAVIDSON. - Protection Against Toxic Gases in Industry.
5356: PRATTEN, MARY A. - My Hundred Swiss Flowers, with a short account of Swiss ferns.
27453: PRATTEN, MARY A. - My Hundred Swiss Flowers, with a short account of Swiss ferns.
17054: PRIVATE PRESS. - The Last Letter of Mary Queen of Scotland addressed to her brother in law Henry III King of France on the night before her execution at Fotheringay Castle 8th February 1587.
22985: PRESS, C. A. MANNING. - Middlesex Men of Mark: a portrait gallery.
28993: NONESUCH PRESS. - Nonesuch Books: for Christmas 1925; for the Spring 1926; with a hand-list of books hitherto published by the Press.
23286: PRESSLY, I. P. - A York Miscellany: compiled from records of the past four centuries. Illustrated by Ellen M. McLane.
32507: PRESSLY, I P. - York Miscellany II.
27278: PRESTON, J H. - The Story of Hampstead. Photographs by J Manwaring.
39481: PRETTYMAN, GEORGE. - A charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Lincoln, at the triennial visitation of that diocese in May and June 1803.
23036: PREVOST, JEAN LOUIS. - Bouquets. Eighteen coloured engravings which faithfully reproduce the original watercolours 'Flowers and Fruit' with captions from the original text and an introduction by Emy Pischel.
37439: PREZEZDZIECKI, RENAUD. - Varsovie.
41089: PRIBRAM, DR. ALFRED FRANZIS. - The secret treaties of Austria-Hungary 1879-1914. English edition by Archibald Cary Coolidge. Texts of the treatises and agreements with translations, Vol. 1, by Denys P. Myers and J.G. D'Arcy Paul.
18525: PRICE, CECIL. - Cold Caleb: the scandalous life of Ford Grey, First Earl of Tankerville 1655-1701.
19914: PRICE, M. PHILIPS. - A History of Turkey: from empire to republic.
23334: PRICE, A. C. - The Story of Leeds.
23622: PRICE, A. C. - A History of the Leeds Grammar School from its foundation to the end of 1918.
25429: PRICE, HARRY. - The Royal Tour, 1901, or the cruise of H.M.S. Ophir, being a lower deck account of their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York's voyage round the British Empire.
27958: PRICE, NORMAN. - The Derbyshire Dales.
30348: PRICE, REV G FREDK. - Ulysses and Penelope. Being a tale written for and read to the inhabitants of Bromyard and the adjacent villages.
30391: PRICE, JOHN. - An Historical & Topographical Account of Leominster, and its Vicinity; with an Appendix.
31258: PRICE, E. D. (EDITOR.) - Hazell's Annual for 1890: a cyclopaedic record of men and topics of the day. Containing above 3500 ... articles ... Revised to November 25, 1889.
23740: PRICE, A. C. - The Story of Leeds.
39277: PRICE, T., REV. - An essay on the physiognomy and physiology of the present inhabitants of Britain; with reference to their origin, as Goths and Celts. Together with remarks upon the physiognomical characteristics of Ireland and of some of the neighbouring continental nations.
41863: PRICKETT, MARMADUKE. - History of the priory church of Bridlington ...
22341: PRIDEAUX, W. F., COLONEL. - A Bibliography of the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson. Edited and supplemented by Mrs. Luther S. Livingston.
26536: PRIDEAUX, S. T. - Aquatint Engraving: a chapter in the history of book illustration.
31860: PRIDEAUX, MISS E K. - Illustrated Notes on the Church of St Candida and Holy Cross at Whitechurch Canonicorum, Dorset. [Reprinted from the Archaeological Journal Vol LXIV, No 255].
17509: PRIESTLEY, REV. JOSHUA - Mental and Moral Excellence, and the way to attain it, exhibited in memoirs of the Rev. John Hessel: consisting chiefly of extracts from his journal and correspondence.
42811: PRIESTLEY, JOSEPH. - A description of a chart of biography; with a catalogue of all the names inserted in it. And the dates annexed to them. A new edition, with improvements, and continued to the close of the eighteenth century.
26575: PRIMMER, BRIAN. - The Berlioz Style.
38363: PRIMROSE, E. - Permanent orders, including division, brigade, sub-brigade and district orders, issue to the Brigade of Guards, October 20, 1856, to May 1, 1878.
31111: PRINCE, HENRY HERBERT. - Old West Bromwich, or the Story of Long Ago. Interwoven with incidents connecting the history of the place, with the life and growth on the English nation.
37360: PRINCE, MICHAEL. - God's Cop. The Biography of James Anderton.
20652: PRINGLE, J. - British Regional Geology: the South of Scotland.
35612: CARLISLE PRINTING. - Bye-Laws made by the Council of the Borough of Carlisle, on the 11th day of Dec. 1838.
35826: CARLISLE PRINTING. - A Christian's Gift to a Christian Friend: a selection of religious and perceptive extracts, in prose and verse.
35613: CARLISLE PRINTING. - An act for lighting the streets, lanes, & other public passages & places, within the City of Carlisle, ... and the suburbs of the said city; for paving the footpaths of the streets ... and for otherwise improving the said city.
42135: PRINTING. - Some nineteenth century printing presses. 'Albion Monograph No.3.'
42212: PRINTING. - Examples of students' work. Photography and Printing Crafts Department, session 1910-11.
42116: PRINTING. - Improved model printer's guide. Issue One.
42142: PRINTING. - Printers' trains.
22253: PRINZ, FRIEDRICH; FRANZ-JOSEF SCHMALE; FERDINAND SEIBT (EDITORS). - Geschichte in der Gesellschaft: festschrift fur Karl Bosl ...
27405: PRIOR, MATTHEW. - Poems on Several Occasions. (2 Volumes). By the Late Matthew Prior Esq.
40918: PRIOR, A. H. - Mansfield Parish Church.
30095: PRIOR, MATTHEW. - The Poetical Works ... (2 Vols). 'The Aldine Edition.'
38402: PROCTOR, RICHARD A. - Chance and Luck: a discussion of the laws of luck, coincidences, wagers, lotteries, and the fallacies of gambling: with notes on poker and martingales.
21706: FOOTBALL PROGRAMME. - The Rangers v. Borussia Dortmund (Holders). European Cup-Winners' Tournament. Eighth-Final (first -leg). Souvenir Programme. Wednesday, November 23, 1966, Ibrox Stadium - Glasgow.
29219: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 117th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 14th July, 2001.
29218: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 116th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 8th July, 2000.
29217: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 113th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 12th July, 1997.
29216: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 112th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 13th July, 1996.
29215: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 111th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 8th July, 1995.
29214: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 110th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 9th July, 1994.
29213: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 109th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 10th July, 1993.
29212: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 108th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 11th July, 1992.
29211: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 107th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 13th July, 1991.
29210: SOUVENIR PROGRAMME. - 105th Durham Miners' Gala, Saturday, 15th July, 1989.
39284: SCHOOL PROSPECTUS. - Institut Commercial de Vincennes. [High class boarding school for young gentlemen. Conducted by J. Delaplace ...]
40641: PROUD, P. - Management of Geese and Turkeys.
20172: PRUNIERES, HENRY. - Montiverdi: his life and work.
1379: (CANYNGE). PRYCE, GEORGE. - Memorials of the Canynges' family and their times ... to which is added inedited memoranda relating to Chatterton.
3200: PRYCE, ARTHUR IVOR (COMPILER). - The Diocese of Bangor During Three Centuries (Seventeenth to Nineteenth Century inclusive) being a digest of the registers of the bishops.
21013: PRYCE-JONES, DAVID. - Cyril Connolly: journal and memoir.
35290: PRYCE, ARTHUR IVOR (COMPILED BY). - The Diocese of Bangor during Three Centuries, being a digest of the Registers of the Bishops.
25257: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - Fly Leaves; or, scraps and sketches, literary, biographical and miscellaneous ...
29717: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Vol. 16: containing essays; historical narratives; biographical memoirs; sketches of society; topographical descriptions; novels and tales; anecdotes; select extracts from new and expensive works; poetry, original and selected; the spirit of public journals; discoveries of the arts and sciences; useful domestic hints; etc.
30597: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - The Architectural Review. Congress Number. In connection with the International Congress of Architects, London, 1906. Including the official catalogue. Comprising - A Summary of English Mediaeval Architecture. By Edward S. Prior ... Early Renaissance Architecture in England by J. A. Gotch ... Later Renaissance Architecture in England by Mervyn E. Macartney ... Illustrations of Work by Living Artists ...
31977: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - The English Illustrated Magazine 1887-1888.
34289: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - The Society for the Social History of Medicine. Vol. 1. No. 1 April 1988 - Vol. 9. No. 2 August 1996 [inclusive - 26 issues.]
34302: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - Medical History: a quarterly journal devoted to the history and bibliography of medicine and the related sciences. Volume 5. No. 1, January 1961 - Volume 19. No. 4, October 1975. [Comprising 60 issues.]
35823: NORTH LONSDALE FIELD CLUB PUBLICATION. - Two Reports dealing with finds of Prehistoric Remains in the Furness District. I. Report on some objects of archaeological interest, generally relating to the late Celtic period, recently found at Low Lightburn Park, Ulverston, by John Dobson ... and W. G. Atkinson ... II. Some prehistoric implements recently found in Low Furness, described by John Dobson.
37992: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION. - The Northern Star, or, Yorkshire Magazine: a monthly and permanent register of the statistics, literature, biography, arts, commerce, and manufactures of Yorkshire, and the adjoining counties (2 Vols). [Comprising issue 1-13 of 19 published.]
28297: PUFENDORFF, M.ESAIAS. - Bibliotheca Curiosa. A Dissertation on the Druids.
29564: PUGH, R. B. (EDITOR). - Abstracts of Feet of Fines relating to Wiltshire for the reigns of Edward I and Edward II. 'Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society. Records Branch Volume I.'
24108: PUGHE, D. W. - History of Caernarvon Castle, the birthplace of the first Prince of Wales. Corrected up to 1889, with additions, by the Deputy Constable, Sir Llywelyn Turner.
40900: PUGHE, DAVID WILLIAM. - History of Carnarvon castle and town. Humphrey's Series. Together with excursions to the most romantic spots in the surrounding neighbourhood; embracing the principal objects of interest, topographical, archaeological, and historical.
25697: PULLAN, BRIAN. - Sources for the History of Medieval Europe from the mid-eighth to the mid-thirteenth century.
31776: PULLAN, BRIAN. - Sources for the History of Medieval Europe from the Mid Eighth to the Mid Thirteenth Century.
38588: PULLEYN, WILLIAM. - The Etymological Compendium; or, portfolio of origins and inventions: ... Containing a particular account of London and its public buildings ...
17799: PULMAN, JOHN - The Anti-State Church Association and the Anti-Church Rate League, Unmasked; an exposure of the fallacies and misrepresentations contained in Mr. E. Miall's "Title Deeds of the Church of England to Her Parochial Endowments."
41479: PULMAN, GEORGE P. R. - The book of the Axe; containing a piscatorial description of that stream and historical sketches of all the parishes and remarkable places upon its banks.
18804: PUNNETT, REGINALD CRUNDALL. - Mendelism.
18835: PUREY-CUST, A. P., REV., AND OTHERS. - Our English Minsters. Second Series.
23265: PUREY-CUST, A. P., THE VERY REV. - York Minster. Illustrated by Alexander Ansted.
21372: THE BRITISH WAY AND PURPOSE. - Consolidated Edition of B.W.P. Booklets 1-18, with appendices of documents of post-war reconstruction.
25594: PURVER, MARGERY. - The Royal Society: concept and creation.
23119: PURVES, JOHN (EDITOR). - Selections from Sir Thomas Urquhart of Cromarty.
23271: PURVIS, J. S. (EDITOR). - Tudor Parish Documents of The Diocese of York.
30901: PURVIS, J S (EDITED BY). - The York Cycle of Mystery Plays. A shorter version of the ancient cycle.
40936: PURVIS, J. S. - Bridlington charters, court rolls and papers XVIth-XIXth century. Being a selection of documents illustrating the history of Bridlington under the rule of the lords of Feoffees.
17753: PUSEY, EDWARD BOUVERIE (TRANSLATOR) - The Confessions of Saint Augustine. Edited by Temple Scott, illustrated by Maxwell Armfield with an introduction by Alice Meynell.
20857: PYATT, H. R. (EDITOR). - Fift Years of Fettes: memories of Old Fettesiand 1870-1920.
35519: PYLE, HILARY. - James Stephens. His work and an account of his life.
40803: PYM, HORACE N. (EDITOR). - Memories of old friends: being extracts from the journals and letters of Caroline Fox of Penjerrick, Cornwall from 1835 to 1871.
32798: PYNCHON, THOMAS. - Vineland.
20511: QUAKERS. - The Intention, Manner and Obligation of Keeping Holy both the Old and New Sabbath. By a circumcised Minister of the Gospel.
24235: QUAKERS. - A Collection of Acts of Parliament, and Clauses of Acts of Parliament, Relative to those Protestant Dissenters who are usually called by the Name of Quakers, from the year 1688.
35621: QUAKERS. - Tracts illustrationg the history, doctrine & discipline of the Society of Friends. [Containing: Sketch of the rise of the Society of Friends: their doctrines and character, 1848; Observations on the Christian doctrines and practices of the early Friends ..., 1842; Extracts from approved documents of the religious Society of FRiends ..., 1842; A brief statement on tithes ..., 1845; On the Christian doctrine of the teaching of the holy spirit, as held by the Society of Friends, 1847; The unlawfulness of all wars and fightings ...., 1845; Historical sketch of the origin of the Christian discipline ..., 1845.]
42711: QUARLES, FRANCIS. - Francis Quarle's emblems and hieroglyphicks of the life of man, modernized. In Four Books. Embellished with near an 100 beautiful emblematical Cuts.
33946: QUEBEC. - Grand Lodge of Quebec AF & AM. Thirteenth Annual Communication, held at the city of Quebec, January 31st and February 1st 1883. Ninth Annual Address of the M W the Grand Master, John H Graham.
20883: QUENNELL, PETER. - Romantic England: writing and painting, 1717-1851.
21030: QUENNELL, PETER. - The Wanton Chase: an autobiography from 1939.
21029: QUENNELL, PETER. - The Marble Foot: an autobiography, 1905-1938.
27845: QUESTER, MICHAEL C (EDITED BY). - Newsletters from the Archpresbyterate of George Birkhead. [Camden Fifth Series Volume 12].
22177: QUIBELL, A. A., MRS. - Egyptian History and Art: with reference to museum collections.
38559: JAMES QUIN. - The life of Mr. James Quin, comedian, with the history of the stage from his commencing actor to his retreat to Bath. Illustrated with many curious and interesting anecdotes of several persons of distinction, literature, and gallantry. To which is added a supplement of original facts and anecdotes, arranged from authentic sources. Together with his trial for the murder of Mr. Bowen.
17719: QUINCY, JOSIAH - The memory of the late James Grahame, the historian of the United States, vindicated from the charges of 'detraction' and 'calumny' preferred against him by Mr. George Bancroft, and the conduct of Mr. Bancroft towards that historian stated and exposed.
22054: QUINE, R. H. - The Mystery of the Early British.
32454: QUINE, REV JOHN. - York Illustrated. A Literary, Historical and Scenic Souvenir. [Mate's Illustrated Guides].
22500: RABELAIS, FRANCIS. - Pantagruel's Prognostication. Reprinted from the translation of c. 1660.
36122: RABY, J. T. (EDITOR.) - Bi-Centenary of the Birth of Dr. Samuel Johnson. Commemoration Festival at Lichfield, September 15th to 19th, 1909.
35745: RACKHAM, BERNARD. - Early Staffordshire Pottery.
35528: RADCLIFFE, WINIFRED. - The Saint's Garden. Illustrated by Charles Robinson.
21001: RADER, DOTSON. - Tennessee Williams: an intimate memoir.
35264: RADFORD, C A RALEGH. - Tiles and other Objects found at Frithelstock Priory. [Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Devon Archaeological Exploration Society Vol II Part 3].
35446: RADFORD, GEORGE. - Rambles by Yorkshire Rivers.
41520: RADFORD, GEORGE. - Walks and drives from Ben Rhydding.
40823: RADFORD, GEORGE (TEXT); J. A. SYMINGTON (ILLUSTRATIONS). - Yorkshire by the sea.
21624: RADZINOWICZ, L. (PREFACE). - Detention in Remand Homes: a report of the Cambridge Department of Criminal Science on the use of Sec. 54 of the Children and Young Persons Act, 1933.
20557: RAE, JOHN. - Contemorary Socialism.
22028: RAE, OSWALD. - Original Magic.
25843: RAE, COLIN, REV. - Malaboch, or notes from my diary on the Boer Campaign of 1894 against the Chief Malaboch of Blaauwberg, District Zoutpansberg, South African Republic. To which is appended a synopsis of the Johannesburg crisis of 1896.
36638: RAIKES, ELIZABETH. - Dorothea Beale of Cheltenham.
31768: RAIKES, LIEUT-COLONEL G A (EDITED BY). - The Ancient Vellum Book of the Honourable Artillery Company, being the Roll of Members from 1611 to 1682.
41424: RAIKES, CAPT.G.A. - Historical records of the first regiment of militia; or, the third West York Light Infantry.
33932: LONDON & NORTH EASTERN RAILWAY. - Instructions for Working the Steam Heating Apparatus on Passenger Trains.
24074: GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. - South Wales: the country of castles.
24073: GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. - North Wales: the British Tyrol.
39126: LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY. - Time Tables: May 1st to July 11th inclusive, 1914.
23258: EARLY YORKSHIRE RAILWAYS. - The Knaresborough Railway Report, 1819. A lithographic reprint with notes on the background to the scheme.
39586: RAIMES, REV. CAPT. LANCELOT. - Six Soldier Sermons. Dedicated to the officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 5th Battalion Durham Light Infantry.
23274: RAINE, ANGELO. - History of St. Peter's School: York, A.D. 627 to the present day.
23817: RAINE, JAMES. - Simplicia Florentina. York, A.D. 100. [With a preface by A. P. Purey-Cust.]
24912: RAINE, JAMES (EDITOR). - Historical Papers and Letters from the Northern Registers. 'The Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland During the Middle Ages.'
32458: RAINE, CANON. - The Founding of St Mary's Abbey and St Leonard's Hospital York.
32915: RAINE, JAMES. - York. Historic Towns.
32917: RAINE, JAMES. - Simplicia Florentina York AD 100.
37663: RAINE, JAMES (EDITOR). - Depositions [respecting the Rebellion of 1569, Witchcraft] and other Ecclesiastical Proceedings, from the Courts of Durham, extending from 1311 to the reign of Elizabeth. 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Vol. 21.'
38826: RAINE, JAMES, REV. (EDITOR). - The Obituary Roll of William Ebchester and John Burnby, Priors of Durham, ... 'The Publications of the Surtees Society Vol. 31.'
40914: RAINE, JAMES. - Simplicia Florentina. York, A.D. 100.
18252: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Two Centuries of Industrial Welfare: The London (Quaker) Lead Company 1692-1905. The social policy and work of the "Governor and Company for Smelting down Lead with Pit Coal and Sea Coal", mainly in Alston Moor and the Penines.
35726: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malhamdale.
23419: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malham and Malham Moor.
23692: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR (INTRODUCTION). - The Century's Progress: Yorkshire industry and commerce, 1893.
34786: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR & PAUL F HOLMES. - Archaeology of Malham Moor.
34787: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR & JOHN L ILLINGWORTH. - The Face of North West Yorkshire.
33935: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR & JOHN L ILLINGWORTH. - The Face of North-West Yorkshire.
33577: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Dynasty of Iron Founders: The Darbys and Coalbrookdale.
30998: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malhamdale.
30994: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - The Story of Bolton Priory. Dalesman Pocket Books No 8.
30993: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Grassington and Upper Wharfedale. [Dalesman Pocket Books No 6].
30558: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Grassington and Upper Wharfedale. [Dalesman Pocket Books No 6].
29424: RAISTRICK, ELIZABETH. - Village Schools. An Upper Wharfedale History. Foreword by Sir Alec Clegg.
29415: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malham and Malham Moor.
28331: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malhamdale.
28323: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malhamdale. Dalesman Pocket Books. No. 3.
28194: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Yorkshire Maps and Map-Makers.
27907: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - The Story of the Pennine Walls.
27307: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR & JOHN L ILLINGWORTH. - The Face of North West Yorkshire.
27270: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Pennine Walls.
35749: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Malham and Malham Moor. Illustrated by Constance Pearson.
38577: RAISTRICK, ARTHUR. - Two Centuries of Industrial Welfare: The London (Quaker) Lead Company 1692-1905. The social policy and work of the "Governor and Company for Smelting down Lead with Pit Coal and Sea Coal", mainly in Alston Moor and the Penines.
27431: RAISTRICK, A. - Excavations at Sewell's Cave, Settle, W Yorkshire. [Proceedings of the Durham Philosophical Society Vol IX Part 4].
22505: RAIT, ROBERT S. (EDITOR). - Lusus Regius, being poems and other pieces by King James ye First.
23282: RAIT, R. S. (EDITOR). - English Episcopal Palaces: (Province of York).
19789: RALLING, CHRISTOPHER (EDITOR). - The Voyage of Charles Darwin. His autobiographical writings selected and arranged ...
32893: RALPH, ELIZABETH. - Guide to the Bristol Archives Office. [City and County of Bristol].
31836: RAMAGE, DAVID (COMPILED BY). - A Finding List of English Books to 1640 in Libraries in the British Isles. {Excluding the National Libraries of Oxford and Cambridge). Based on the numbers in Pollard and Redgrave's Short Title Catalogue of books printed...1475-1640.
29494: 'THE RAMBLER'. - Rambles in the Peak District.
36120: RAMELLI, AGOSTINO. - The Various and Ingenious Machines of Agostino Ramelli (1588). Translated ... with a biographical study ... by Martha Teach Gnudi. Technical annotations and a pictorial glossary by Eugene S. Ferguson.
19266: RAMSAY, EDWARD BANNERMAN, DEAN OF EDINBURGH. - Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character. ... With sixteen illustrations in colour by Henry W. Kerr.
31413: RAMSAY, SIR WILLIAM. - Six articles on Germany's Commercial War Machine. Why it is efficent: How it may be met. Reprinted from the Daily Despatch (Manchester) January 1916.
28829: RAMSAY, A C. - The Comparative Value of Certain Geolgical Ages (Or Groups of Formations) considered as items of Geological Time. [From Proceedings of the Ryal Society No 152, 1874].
28816: RAMSAY, A C. - Red Rocks of England of Older Date than the Trias. [From the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society for August 1871].
20318: RAMSDEN, CHARLES. - Bookbinders of the United Kingdom (Outside London) 1780-1840.
5439: RAMSEY, E. B. - Two Lectures on the Genius of Handel, and the distinctive character of his sacred compositions, ... delivered to the members of the Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, in the Music Hall, January 6 and 13, 1862.
28915: DE RANCE, CHARLES. - The Relative Age of Some Valleys in the North and South of England, and of the various and post-glacial deposits occuring in them. [Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Geologists Association Vol IV No 4].
27032: RANDEL, P. B., MAJOR. - A Short History of 30 Corps in the European Campaign. 1944-1945. Edited by Major D. B. Wilson.
32840: RANDELL. W L - Watch Repairing and Adjusting.
9312: RANDOLPH, EDMUND. - Don't Fence them In. Memories of Montana.
31265: RANKE, LEOPOLD VON. - Deutsche Geschichte im Zeitalter der Reformation (6 vols in 3.)
19734: RANKIN, REGINALD, LT.-COLONEL SIR. - A Subaltern's Letters to His Wife.
35321: RANKIN, OLIVER SHAW. - Jewish Religious Polemic of Early and Later Centuries, a study of documents here rendered in English.
27765: RAPHAELIAN, H. M. - Signs of Life: a pictorial dictionary of symbols.
9264: RASHLEIGH, RALPH. - The Adventures of Ralph Rashleigh. A penal exile in Australia 1825-1844.
39313: RASTALL, WILLIAM DICKINSON. - A history of the antiquities of the town and church of Southwell, in the county of Nottingham.
40076: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Delightsome Land. Illustrated by Fred Lawson.
23468: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - The Gone Away: a romance of the dales in three acts.
32808: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Lillilows. Character sketches in prose and verse. Illustrated by Fred Lawson.
32809: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Hazelthwaite Hall and other one-acters. For children's theatres, dramatic societies, schools and women's institutes. Illustrated by Pat McGrogan.
32812: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - News of Persephone. Impressions in Northern and Southern Greece with a car, a kettle and cameras.
32821: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Lady of a Million Daffodils. A Book of Recollections.
39271: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Dale Folk: character sketches in prose and verse. Illustrated by Fred Lawson.
39272: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Fairings: a Yorkshire miscellany. Illustrated by Fred Lawson.
40075: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Up Dale. Illustrated by Fred Lawson.
40077: RATCLIFFE, DOROTHY UNA. - Jingling Lane: a dramatized idyll in a Yorkshire dale. Illustrated by Cecil Walton.
30076: RATHBONE, HANNAH MARY. - So much of the Diary of Lady Willoughby as relates to her Domestic History, & to the Eventful period of the Reign of Charles the First, the Protectorate, and the Restoration.
15509: RATHER, L. J. - Addison and the White Corpuscles: an aspect of nineteenth-century biology.
42039: RATHMELL, MICHAEL, A LEEDS WORKING MAN. - Spring Blossoms and Autumn Leaves: a collection of poems.
35600: RAVENSCROFT, W. - The Comacines: their predecessors and their successors.
40780: RAVENSHAW, THOMAS F. - Antiente Epitaphes. From A.D. 1250 to A.D. 1800.
29231: RAWCLIFFE, DOROTHY M. - Poems by Dorothy Rawcliffe.
5400: RAWLINSON, HENRY, REV. - A Sermon Preached at Allington Church, on Thursday, August 11th, 1859 ... On the occasion of the installation of the Right Worshipful Joseph Gundry, Esquire, as Provincial Grand Master.
27654: RAWLINSON, GEORGE. - The Seventh Great Oriental Monarchy, or the geography, history, and antiquities of the Sassanian or new Persian empire ...
34907: RAWNSLEY, REGINALD GERARD & ALAN DOBSON. - A History of the Church of Saint Oswald Guiseley.
28868: RAWNSLEY, H D. - Round the Lake Country.
28873: RAWNSLEY, H D. - Literary Associations of the English Lakes (2 Vols). Volume I - Cumberland, Keswick and Southey's Country. Volume II - Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth.
28945: RAWNSLEY, ELEANOR F. - Grasmere in Wordsworth's Time.
29595: RAWNSLEY, REV H D. - Chapters at the English Lakes.
31125: RAWNSLEY, H D. - Literary Associations of the English Lakes (2 Vols). Volume I - Cumberland, Keswick and Southey's Country. Volume II - Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth.
34091: RAWNSLEY, REV H D. - A Ramblers Notebook at the English Lakes.
40657: RAWSTORNE, LAW. - The New Husbandry, or a complete code of modern agriculture, ...
16641: RAY, J. A. REV. - Compleat Collection of English Proverbs; also the most celebrated proverbs of the Scotch, Italian, French, Spanish, and other languages ... To which is added ... a collection of English words not generally used ... two alphabetical catalogues; ... such as are proper to the Northern, the other, to the Southern counties. With an account of the preparing and refining such metals and minerals as are found in England.
16642: RAY, J. A. REV. - Compleat Collection of English Proverbs; also the most celebrated proverbs of the Scotch, Italian, French, Spanish, and other languages ... To which is added ... a collection of English words not generally used ... two alphabetical catalogues; ... such as are proper to the Northern, the other, to the Southern counties. With an account of the preparing and refining such metals and minerals as are found in England.
29903: RAY, J. - A Complete Collection of English Proverbs; also the most celebrated proverbs of the Scotch, Italian, French, Spanish and other languages. The whole methodically digested and illustrated with annotations and proper explications. To which is added by the same author, A Collection of English Words, not generally used; With their significations and original in two alphabetical catalogues; the one, of such proper to the Northern, the other, to the Southern Counties. With an account of the preparing and refining such metals & minerals as are found in England
30854: RAY, REV J. - A Complete Collection of English Proverbs; also the most celebrated proverbs of the Scotch, Italian, French, Spanish and other languages. The whole methodically digested and illustrated with annotations and proper explications. To which is added, A Collection of English Words, not generally used; With their significations and original in two alphabetical catalogues; the one, of such as are proper to the Northern, the other, to the Southern Counties. With an account of the preparing and refining such metals & minerals as are found in England
32715: RAYMOND, STUART A. - Cumberland & Westmorland. A Genealogical Bibliography.
32577: RAYMOND, STUART A. - Oxfordshire. A Genealogical Bibliography.
28109: RAYMOND, STUART. - Gloucestershire & Bristol. A Genealogical Bibliography.
23588: RAYNER, SIMEON. - The History and Antiquities of Pudsey. Edited by William Smith.
42148: RAYNOR, P. E. - Printing for amateurs. Practical guide to the art of printing. Containing descriptions of premises and materials, together with details of the processes employed; to which is added a glossary of technical terms.
35783: READ, HERBERT. - A World within a War. Poems by Herbert Read.
37646: READ, MISS. - Friends at Thrush Green. Illustrations by John S. Goodall.
18274: READE, BRIAN; FRANK DICKINSON. - Aubrey Beardsley Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum 1966. Catalogue of the original drawings, letters, manuscripts, paintings; and of books, posters, photographs, documents etc.
25044: NISBET'S COUNTY READERS. - Northumberland and Durham.
24936: ARNOLD'S LOCAL READERS. - The Story of the North Country.
34051: READSHAW, T. - History of the Bishop Auckland Industrial Co-Operative Flour and Provision Society Ltd. From 1860-1910.
22285: REANEY, P. H. - The Origin of English Place-Names.
31528: REANEY, P H. - The Origin of English Surnames.
30511: REANEY, PERCY H. - Records of Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Penrith. [Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Tract Series No X].
33085: REANEY, P H. - The Place-Names of Cambridgeshire. English Place-Name Society Volume XIX.
40218: RECKITT, BASIL N. - Charles The First and Hull, 1639-1645.
28061: POST WAR RECONSTRUCTION. - Resurgam.
24921: DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS. - Durham Records: Calendar of the Cursitor's Records: Chancery Enrolments. [And] Roll of Walter Skirlaw, Bishop of Durham. [Contained within] The Thirty-third Annual Report ...
5371: REDFEARN, P. - Northern England: Northumberland, Durham, Cumberland, Northern Westmorland, Cleveland.
25700: REDFORD, ARTHUR. - Labour Migration in England, 1800-1850. Edited and revised by W. H. Chaloner.
8504: REDGROVE, H. STANLEY. - Alchemy: ancient and modern.
23014: REDHEAD, BRIAN; SHEILA GOODIE. - The Summers of Shotton.
32262: REDMAYNE, R. A. S; A. D. NICHOLSON; H.M. INSPECTORS OF MINES. - Report ... on the causes of and circumstances attending an explosion which occurred at Auckland Park Colliery, Durham, on 27th October, 1912.
20390: REDMAYNE, R. A. S; A. D. NICHOLSON; H.M. INSPECTORS OF MINES. - Report ... on the causes of and circumstances attending an explosion which occurred at Auckland Park Colliery, Durham, on 27th October, 1912.
28510: REDOUTE, P. J. - Lilies and Related Flowers. Text by Brian Mathew ...
42287: REDPATH, HENRY A. - Supplement [to A concordance to the Septuagint and the other Greek versions of the Old Testament].
19898: REED, A. H. - The Story of Otago: age of adventure. To which is appended 'A Journey Through Otago in 1872' by Anthony Trollope.
21936: REED, JAMES. - The Border Ballads.
30237: REED, REBECCA THERESA. - The Nun; or, Six Months Residence in a Convent.
39028: REED, W.H. - Masonry in London & Middlesex. Being the history of the old St. James's Lodge (1740-1813) and the Royal Union Lodge (1825 to recent times), and comprising much information of interest to Masons generally.
21641: REES, RICHARD. - Simone Weil: a sketch for a portrait.
21761: REES, GARETH. - Early Railway Prints: a social history of the railways from 1825 to 1850.
32358: REES, VYVYAN. - Shell Guide to South West Wales: Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.
16835: REES, CORALIE; LESLIE REES. - Spinifex Walkabout. Hitch-hiking in remote North Australia.
40320: REESE, M.M. - The Cease of Majesty. A Study of Shakespeare's History Plays.
26922: REEVE, JOHN; LODOWICK MUGGLETON. - Joyful news from heaven: or, The last intelligence from our glorified Jesus above the stars, wherein is infallibly recorded how that the soul dieth in the body ... Third Edition.
26923: REEVE, JOHN; LODOWICK MUGGLETON. - A remonstrance from the eternal God. Declaring several spiritual transactions unto the Parliament & Commonwealth of England, unto His Excellency, the Lord General Cromwell, ... Fourth edition.
30394: REEVE, W NAPIER. - Chronicles of the Castle and of the Earls of Leicestershire. From the foundations of the castle to the merger of the Earldom in the Crown of England.
40555: REEVE, J. ARTHUR. - A monograph on the abbey of S. Mary of Fountains.
19773: REEVES, AMBROSE. - Shooting at Sharpeville: the agony of South Africa.
35418: REEVES, JAMES & EDWARD ARDIZZONE. - More Prefabulous Animiles.
37184: REEVES, JAMES; EDWARD ARDIZZONE (ILLUSTRATOR). - Titus in Trouble.
37185: REEVES, JAMES; EDWARD ARDIZZONE (ILLUSTRATOR). - Arcadian Ballads.
25864: STATHAM. F. REGINALD. - Paul Kruger and His Times.
39067: SHROPSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS [OSWESTRY]. - Diocese of St. Asaph. Vols. IV, V, VI, VII. (4 Vols). [The Register of Oswestry Vols. I - XII inclusive.]
39068: SHROPSHIRE PARISH REGISTERS. - Diocese of St. Asaph. Vol. II. [The Register of Whittington .]
20328: REGNERY, HENRY. - Memoirs of a Dissident Publisher.
41783: RÉGNIER, HENRI DE. - Les Bonheurs perdus.
41779: RÉGNIER, HENRI DE. - Vestigia flammæ. Poèmes.
19794: REID, JOHN. - Discovery and Exploration: a concise history.
21633: REID, T. WEMYSS. - Life of the Rt Hon. W. E. Forster. With an introduction by Valerie E. Chancellor.
22663: REID, GEORGE. - The River Clyde. Twelve drawings ... reproduced in facsimile by Amand-Durand with an introduction by the Rev. Walter Chalmers Smith.
27073: REID, ALEXANDER. - Key to Rudiments of English Composition.
33056: REID, DUNCAN. - Elementary Course of Gaelic.
31362: REID, EDITH GITTINGS. - The Life and Convictions of William Sydney Thayer, Physician.
32832: REID, C LEO. - North Country Clockmakers of the 17th 18th and 19th Centuries. [Reprinted from Archaeologia Aeliana 4th Series Vol I].
26141: REID, STUART. - Highlander: fearless celtic warriors.
24023: REID, J. M. - A History of the Merchant's House of Glasgow.
38455: REID, T. WEMYSS. - A personal narrative of the appalling catastrophe at Hartley New Pit, January 16, 1862.
38480: REID, J[OHN] P[RINGLE]. - The Skipper's Daughters: an East Lothian tale of the smuggling days.
42634: REID, H. G. (EDITOR). - Middlesbrough and its Jubilee: a history of the iron and steel industries, with biographies of pioneers.
16495: REINHARD, JOSEPH. - Costumes of Schwitzerland.
22212: RENAN, M. ERNEST. - An Essay on the Age and Antiquity of the Book of Nabathaean Agriculture. To which is added an inaugural lecture on the position of the Shemitic nations in the history of civilization.
25791: RENAUD, PIERRE (TEXT). - L'Isle Maurice, Mauritius.
31151: RENSHAW, T LLOYD. - Birmingham. Its Rise and Progress. A Short History.
40970: RENSHAW, C. BINE. - Our Coal Supplies. A paper read before the Paisley Philosophical Society, reprinted from the Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette.
27498: VAN RENSSELAER, MAUNSELL. - Trees of Santa Barbara.
37813: RENSSELAER, SCHUYLER VAN, MRS.; JOSEPH PENNELL (ILLUSTRATOR). - English Cathedrals: Canterbury; Peterborough; Durham; Salisbury; Lichfield; Lincoln; Ely; Wells; Winchester; Gloucester; York; London.
29889: RENWICK, W L. - English Literature 1789-1815.
31094: RENWICK, ROBERT. - Glasgow Memorials.
16231: PARLIAMENTARY REPORT. - Report on the causes of reduced mortality in the French army serving in Algeria.
16307: BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY REPORT. - Twenty-Fifth General Report of the Emigration Commisioners. 1865.
16308: BRITISH PARLIAMENTARY REPORT. - Twenty-Seventh General Report of the Emigration Commisioners. 1867.
21256: MILITARY REPORT. - Report from the Select Committee on Navy and Army Canteens, together with minutes of evidence and appendices ...
37850: REPORT. - First Half-Yearly Report of the Fourth Year of the Winchester Farmers' Club
38071: WHITBY REPORT - Whitby Naturalists' Club. Reports Vol. 2. Reprinted from the "Whitby Gazette" Vol. 2 October 1937, to October, 1938. Includes "The Streets of Whitby and their Associations."
38073: WHITBY REPORT - Whitby Naturalists' Club. Reports Vol. 5. Reprinted from the "Whitby Gazette" Vol. 5 November 1940, to October, 1941. Includes "Whitby 200 Years Ago".
38075: WHITBY REPORT - Whitby Naturalists' Club. Reports Vol. 6. Reprinted from the "Whitby Gazette" Vol. 6 November 1941, to October, 1942. Includes "Herring Fishing at Whitby".
38076: WHITBY REPORT - Whitby Naturalists' Club. Reports Vol. 7. Reprinted from the "Whitby Gazette" Vol. 7 November 1942, to October, 1943. Includes "The Ups and Downs of Birds".
38074: WHITBY REPORT - Whitby Naturalists' Club. Reports Vol. 5. Reprinted from the "Whitby Gazette" Vol. 5 November 1940, to October, 1941. Includes "Whitby 200 Years Ago".
38072: WHITBY REPORT - Whitby Naturalists' Club. Reports Vol. 2. Reprinted from the "Whitby Gazette" Vol. 2 October 1937, to October, 1938. Includes "The Streets of Whitby and their Associations."
26997: ENGLISH REPRINTS. - The Revelation to the Monk of Evesham ... Carefully edited ... by Edward Arber.
32873: REPTON, J. A. - Specimens of Fonts [from the Conquest to Henry 8th], collected from different churches, by John Adey Repton ...
21251: JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY FOR ARMY HISTORICAL RESEARCH. - General Index: Volumes I-XL, 1921-1962.
27610: RETZSCH, FRIEDRICH AUGUST MORITZ. - Retzsch's Outlines to Shakespeare. Second Series. Macbeth, ...
36062: REVESZ, GEZA. - The Human Hand. A Psychological Study. Translated by John Cohen.
22957: THE REVOLUTION CYCLE WORKS, BIRMINGHAM. - [Auction in Liquidation] Catalogue ... 1900.
23842: REY, GUIDO. - The Matterhorn. With an introduction by Edmondo de Amicis.
8443: REY, GUIDO. - The Matterhorn.
18305: REYNOLDS, MICHAEL. - The Model Locomotive Engineer, Fireman, and Engine-Boy: comprising a historical notice of the pioneer locomotive engines and their inventors with a project for the establishment of certificates of qualification in the running service of railways.
26250: REYNOLDS, GRAHAM. - Thomas Bewick: a resume of his life and work.
30463: REYNOLDS, BERNARD. - Whitby Wild Flowers. A complete botanic list of the flowers, grasses, and ferns of the Whitby District (Including Levisham and Scarborough) with notes on their history and habitats.
27249: REYNOLDS, J A. - Alston Moor. The Official Guide.
41605: REYNOLDS, HERBERT. - A short history of the ancient diocese of Exeter. From the conquest to the church congress of 1894, with appendix.
40815: REYNOLDS, BERNARD. - Whitby Wild Flowers: a complete botanic list of the flowers, grasses, and ferns of the Whitby district (including Levisham and Scarborough), with notes on their history and habits.
25580: RHEAD, E. L.; A HUMBOLDT SEXTON. - Assaying and Metallurgical Analysis, for the use of students, chemists, and assayers.
35711: RHINE, J B & J G GRANT. - Parapsychology. Frontier Science of the Mind. A survey of the field, the methods, and the facts of ESP and PK research.
38691: RHOADS, W. W. - When the Railroad came to Reading!
34458: RHODES, JOS. - Half a Century of Co-Operation in Keighley 1860-1910.
36629: RHODES, E. - Peak Scenery, or Excursions in Derbyshire: made chiefly for the purpose of picturesque observation. Part I. Dedicated, by permission, to His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. [Bound With] Peak Scenery, or Excursions in Derbyshire: made chiefly for the purpose of picturesque observation. Part II. Inscribed, by permission, to His Grace the Duke of Rutland.
37863: RHODES, R. CROMPTON - Ancient Charters of Birmingham.
21235: RHYS, JOHN. - Studies in the Arthurian Legend.
22174: RHYS, JOCELYN. - The Reliquary: a collection of relics.
30555: RIBTON-TURNER, C J. - Warwick Castle and Town, together with Guy's Cliffe.
29600: RICE, H A L. - Lake Country Portraits. Foreword by Richard Fulford.
29601: RICE, H A L. - Lake Country Echoes. North Country People and Places.
22903: RICH, E. M. (FOREWORD). - The London Head Teacher's Association, 1888-1938.
24205: RICHARD THE RHYMER, PSEUD. [I.E. HERBERT REID.] - Scots Ballads, Godlie and Ungodlie.
33971: RICHARD, SON OF NIGEL. - The Course of the Exchequer. Translated form the Latin by Charles Johnson.
42717: BROWN RICHARD. - Sacred architecture: its rise, progress, and present state. Embracing the Babylonian, Indian, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman temples, the Byzantine, Saxon Lombard, Norman, and Italian churches, with an analytical inquiry into the origin, progress, and perfection of the Gothic churches in England; and practical directions for restoring these dilapidated Christian edifices to their primitive beauty. Illustrated with sixty-three plates, showing the progressive character of the various styles of sacred architecture. And a glossary of terms. Also, the elements of church design, and an account of the origin of diocesses and parishes, and the founding of their cathedrals and churches, with historical descriptive details of every part belonging to these venerable fabrics; an investigation of the plan best adapted for the voice: and on ventilation, and warming.
21915: RICHARDS, FRED. - Oxford: a sketch-book.
24483: RICHARDS, RICHARD WALTER. - The Ross Sea Shore Party, 1914-17. Scott Polar Research Institute. Special Publication Number 2.
28872: RICHARDS, RAYMOND. - The Manor of Gawsworth, Cheshire.
29269: RICHARDS, MARK B. - The Cotswold Way. A Walkers's Guide.
33378: RICHARDS, RAYMOND. - Old Cheshire Churches: a survey of their history, fabric and furniture with records of the older monuments. with a foreword by J. H. E. Bennett ... and an introduction by F. H. Crossley ...
23706: RICHARDS, T. J. - Explosion of an Air Receiver at the Ryhope Colliery, Sunderland.
34218: RICHARDS, THOMAS J. - Report Respecting the Fatal Bolier Explosion at Batley. 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].
21004: RICHARDSON, JOANNA. - Zola.
23590: RICHARDSON, C. J. - The Englishman's House, from a cottage to a mansion.
25205: RICHARDSON, M. A. (PRINTER). - An Ordinance for raising forces to reduce the town of Newcastle.
34433: SIR JOHN RICHARDSON. - Harvey's Exhortation. The Harveian Oration of 1978.
29748: RICHARDSON, R CHAS. - The 20th Century Eureka Guide to Harrogate and District.
29781: RICHARDSON, HAROLD (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Parish Registers of Askham Bryan Vols 1-6 1695-1837 (Bishops Transcripts 1604-1694) and Askham Richard 1813-1837. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society Parish Register Section Volume CXXXI].
28827: RICHARDSON, RALPH. - The Discovery of Arctic Shells at High Levels in Scotland. [From Vol IV, Part II of the Edinburgh Geological Society Transactions 1882].
38669: RICHARDSON, THOMAS. - Researches upon the Composition of Coal ... Read 16th october, 1837. [With] Upon the Employment of Chromate of Lead in the Analysis of organic Bodies ... [Extracted from the Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle upon Tyne. Vol. II. 1837.]
40262: RICHARDSON, M. A. - The Borderer's Table Book; or, gatherings of the local history and romance of the English and Scottish Border. (8 Vols. in 4.) [Vols. 1-5: Historical division, Vols. 6-8: Legendary division.]
20651: RICHEY, J. E. - British Regional Geology: Scotland: the Tertiary volcanic districts.
23013: RICHMOND, LEGH, REV. - The Dairyman's Daughter; an authentic and interesting narrative.
29423: RICHMOND, I A. - Archaeology and the After Life in Pagan and Christian Imagery. [University of Durham Riddell Memorial Lectures Twentieth Series].
37928: RICKARD, ALBERT HENRY - Draughts, The Dundee Barred Opening.
21508: RICKERT, MARGARET. - The Reconstructed Carmelite Missal. An English manuscript of the late XIV century in the British Museum (additional 29704-5, 44892).
36134: RICKETTS, CHARLES. - The Metamorphic Rocks of the Malvern Range, and the strata derived from them. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society.
36133: RICKETTS, CHARLES. - The Base of the Carboniferous Limestone. From the Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society.
28819: RICKETTS, CHARLES. - Accumulation and Denudation, and their influence in causing Oscillation of the Earth's crust. [Extracted from the Geological Magazine, Decade II Vol X, July and August 1883].
28815: RICKETTS, CHARLES. - Erratics in the Boulder Clay of Cheshire &c and the Conditions of Climate they Denote. [From the Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society for November 1885].
28823: RICKETTS, CHARLES. - Split and Other Boulders. [Abstracted from the Proceedings of the LiverpoolGeological Society 1880-1].
9177: RIDDELL, JAMES. - In the Forests of the Night.
17295: RIDDELL, LORD - Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake.
29566: RIDGARD, JOHN (EDITOR). - Medieval Franglingham: select documents 1270-1524. 'Suffolk Records Society. Volume 27.'
35957: RIDGE, C HAROLD (EDITED BY). - Middlesex Parish Registers. Marriages Vol IX. [Edited by W M Marham & F Marcham]. Phillimore's Parish Register Series Vol CCXXXIX (Middlesex Vol IX).
22005: RIDGWAY, MATTHEW B., GENERAL. - The War In Korea.
25883: RIDGWELL, W. M. - The Forgotten Tribes of Guyana.
18660: RIDLEY, JASPER. - Thomas Cranmer.
32118: RIDLEY, NANCY. - Portrait of Northumberland.
36792: RIEDL, FREDERICK. - A History of Hungarian Literature.
27352: RIGBY-HALL, B. - What is Postal History?
20108: RILEY, FREDERIC. - The Settle District and North-West Yorkshire Dales. A practical guide book for the visitor and tourist.
34758: RILEY, FREDERIC. - Guide to Settle. A practical handbook for the visitor and tourist.
32434: RILEY, FREDERIC. - Guide to Settle. A Practical handbook for the Visitor and Tourist.
32253: RIMBAULT, EDWARD F. - Who was "Jack Wilson," the Singer of Shakespeare's Stage? An attempt to prove the identity of this person with John Wilson, Doctor of Musick, in the University of Oxford, A.D. 1644.
33220: RIMBAULT, EDWARD F. (EDITOR). - Ancient Poetical Tracts of the Sixteenth Century, reprinted from the unique copies formerly in the possession of the late Thomas Caldecott, Esq.
33441: RIMBAULT, EDWARD F. (EDITOR). - Maroccus Extaticus: or, Bankes' Bay Horse in a Trance. From the original tract printed in 1595.
37788: RIMBAULT, E. F. - A Little Book of Songs and Ballads, gathered from ancient musick books, MS. and printed.
1299: RIMMER, ALFRED. - Rambles Round Rugby.
40828: RIMMER, ALFRED. - Stonyhurst Illustrated.
30955: RISSIK, DAVID. - The D.L.I at War. The History of the Durham Light Infantry 1939-1945.
38200: RISSIK, DAVID. - The D.L.I at War: the history of the Durham Light Infantry 1939-1945.
18888: RITCHIE, LEITCH. - Travelling Sketches on the Sea-Coasts of France. With beautifully finished engravings, from drawings by Clarkson Stanfield, Esq.
26719: RITCHIE, LEITCH. - Travelling Sketches on the Rhine, and in Belgium and Holland. With twenty-six ... engravings, from drawings by Clarkson Stanfield.
33181: RITSON, JOSEPH (EDITED BY). - Northern Garlands. The Bishopric Garland; or Durham Minstrel: a choice collection of exellent songs. The Yorkshire Garland: a curious collection of old and new songs. The Northumberland Garland; or Newcastle Nightingale: a matchless collection of famous songs. The North-Country Chorister: an unparalled variety of excellent songs.
39964: RIVAZ, VERA - Talking of Knutsford.
24528: RIVOLIER, JEAN. - Emperor Penguins.
31392: ROBBINS, MICHAEL. - The North London Railway. The Oakwood History of Railway History.
40753: ROBERSON, HAMMOND. - The duty of Volunteers. A sermon, preached before the Birstall and Batley volunteers, on their appearence at church in uniform, on the 22nd April, 1804.
25692: ROBERT, RUDOLPH. - Chartered Companies and their role in the development of overseas trade.
8673: ROBERTS, DANIEL. - Some Memoirs of John Roberts, Written by His Son.
19089: ROBERTS, ALEXANDER, REV.; JAMES DONALDSON (EDITORS). - The Writings of Quintus Sept. Flor. Tertullianus (3 Vols). With the extant works of Victorinus and Commadianus.
20953: ROBERTS, CHARLES. - The Radical Countess: the history of the life of Rosalind, Countess of Carlisle.
23051: ROBERTS, JOHN S. (COMPILER). - The Legendary Ballads of England and Scotland.
24832: ROBERTS, GEORGE (EDITOR). - Diary of Walter Yonge, Esq. Justice of the Peace, and M.P. for Honiton, written at Colyton and Axminster, Co. Devon, from 1604 to 1628. Camden Society No. 41.
25901: ROBERTS, RANDAL, SIR. - Glenmahra; or, the western highlands.
26591: ROBERTS, S. C. - The Story of Doctor Johnson, being an introduction to Boswell's Life.
27114: ROBERTS, H. D. - Matthew Henry and His Chapel, 1662-1900.
32380: ROBERTS, REV W C. - A Baccalaureate Sermon. Youth: Its Importance, Perils and Opportunities. Delivered at Lake Forest, Ill, June 19, 1887.
28568: ROBERTS, AUSTIN, DR. - Roberts Birds of South Africa. Revised by G. R. McLachlan & R. Liversidge.
28974: ROBERTS, JOHN. - The Game of Billiards and How to Play It.
33575: ROBERTS, RICHARD. - Schroders: merchants and bankers.
27858: ROBERTS, MICHAEL (EDITED BY). - Swedish Diplomats at Cromwell's Courts, 1655-1656. The missions of Peter Julius Coyet and Christer Bonde. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 36].
37357: ROBERTS, ELIZABETH GRACE (EDITED BY). - Anglesey Family Letters 1840-1935.
39468: ROBERTS, GEORGE. - Topography and natural history of Lofthouse and its neighbourhood; with the diary of a naturalist and rural notes.
40398: ROBERTS, CHARLES - Tricks With Cards.
41403: ROBERTS, GEORGE. - Topography and natural history of Lofthouse and its neighbourhood. With the diary of a naturalist and rural notes.
41406: ROBERTS, GEORGE. - Topography and natural history of Lofthouse and its neighbourhood. With the diary of a naturalist and rural notes.
6010: ROBERTSON, W. FORD. - Walks from Wooler... Including special articles on angling, geology, plants, birds and animals.
18831: ROBERTSON, T. S. - The Progress of Art in English Church Architecture. With illustrations by the Author.
19285: ROBERTSON, WILLIAM. - An Index, drawn up about the year 1629, of many records of charters, granted by the different sovereigns of Scotland between the years 1309 and 1413, most of which records have been long missing. With an introduction giving the state ... of the ancient records of Scotland, ... in the year 1292 ...
19893: ROBERTSON, T. W.; E. P. HINGSTON (EDITORS). - Artemus Ward's Lecture. (As delivered at the Egyptian Hall, London.)
23173: ROBERTSON, T; J. B. SIMPSON; J. G. C. ANDERSON. - The Limestones of Scotland. Special reports on the mineral resources of Great Britain. Vol. 35.
25869: ROBERTSON, E. ARNOT. - The Spanish Town Papers: some sidelights on the American War of Independence.
28821: ROBERTSON, DAVID. - Notes on the Common Limpet. [Transactions of the Natural History Society of Glasgow]
34085: ROBERTSON, ERIC. - Wordsworthshire. An introduction to a Poet's Counrty.
36378: ROBERTSON, HENRY. - A Hand-Book of the Peak of Derbyshire, and to the use of the Buxton Mineral Waters...A botanical commentary and list of plants by the late Miss Hawkins. An account of sports, amusements, etc, in Buxton and the District; and a directory of the principal inhabitants, hotels, Inns, and lodging houses in Buxton, etc, etc.
41362: ROBERTSON, ALAN W. - Great Britain post roads, post towns, and postal rates 1635-1839.
40786: ROBERTSON, CAPT. J.C. - A New Battalion of the Kings'.
42024: ROBERTSON, W. FORD. - Walks from Wooler... Including special articles on angling, geology, plants, birds and animals.
18255: ROBEY, JOHN A.;LINDSEY PORTER. - The Copper and Lead Mines of Ecton Hill, Staffordshire.
27942: ROBINS, WILLIAM. - Paddington: Past and Present.
5343: ROBINSON, W. - Alpine Flowers in English Gardens.
20472: ROBINSON, JOAN. - Introduction to the Theory of Employment.
23690: ROBINSON, EDITH W, (TEXT); GEORGE HODGSON (ILLUSTRATOR). - The Lay of Saint Jucundus, a legend of York.
25247: ROBINSON, JOE. - The Life and Tmes of Francie Nichol of South Shields.
35023: ROBINSON, KEN. - Ponteland Cricket Club Centenary 1880-1980.
26169: ROBINSON, ROBERT. - Thomas Bewick: his life and times.
28443: ROBINSON, CHARLES BEST, REV. - History of the Priory and Peculiar of Snaith, in the County of York.
38618: ROBINSON, REV. F.G.J. (EDITED BY) - The Registers of St. Margaret's, in the County of Durham. VOL. IX. Marriages: 1558-1812
39269: ROBINSON, FRANK, GENERAL DRAPER, BOYS' AND MENS' CLOTHIER. - Xmas, 1931. Fadther Kersmas' Tour ta Wales and Devon.
40886: ROBINSON, JOHN RYLEY. - The Saxon Cross, church, &c., at Dewsbury. North of England Tractates, No.12.
25839: ROBSON, J. O. - The Uniform of the London Scottish 1859-1959.
26356: ROBSON, JAMES. - Border Battles and Battlefields.
29095: ROBSON, R.J. - The Adventures of Jackie Robinson. 2 Items. Twenty Stories in the Tyneside Dialect and Humourous Stories in Tyneside Dialect (second series.)
34500: ROBSON, JOSEPH T. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the South Wales District (no 13) 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].
34519: ROBSON, JOSEPH T. - Mines. Report...for the South Wales District (no 13), 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].
24050: ROBSON, JOHN. - One Man in His Time: the biography of David James, Laird of Torosay Castle, traveller, wartime escaper, and member of parliament.
34155: ROBSON, JOSEPH T. - Mines. Report of Joseph T Robson, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the South Wales District (No 13), to her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the year 1888. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34214: ROBSON, JOSEPH T. - Mines. Report of Joseph T Robson Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the South Wales District (No 13) 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.
42448: ROBSON, JOHN E. - A Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Part II. - Geometrina. Index and Introduction. 'Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne. Vol. XII. Part II.'
43278: ROBSON, JOHN E. - A Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. (2 Vols in 4 parts). 'Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne.'
42446: ROBSON, JOHN E. - A Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Vol. II. - Micro-lepidoptera. Part I. - Pyralidina and Tortricina. 'Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne. Vol. XV. Part I.'
42447: ROBSON, JOHN E. - A Catalogue of the Lepidoptera of Northumberland, Durham, and Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Vol. II. - Micro-lepidoptera. Part II. - Tineina and Pterophorina. Index to Vol. II. 'Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne. Vol. XV. Part II.'
40125: ROBY, J. - Traditions of Lancashire (4 Vols.). [First and Second Series.]
9330: ROCKEFELLER, JOHN D. - The Colorado Industrial Plan.
26252: ROCOE, S. - Thomas Bewick: a bibliography raisonne of editions of the General History of the Quadrupeds, the History of British Birds and the Fables of Aesop issued in his lifetime.
16823: ROD, FRANCIS RENNELL. - People of the Veil. Being an account of the habits, organisation and history of the wandering Tuareg tribes which inhabit the mountains of Air or Asben in the Central Sahara.
26083: RODD, THOMAS. - Thomas Rodd's Booksellers Catalogue of Tracts and Pamphlets.
37622: RODD, HARIET. - Sketches of Nature and Life, drawn from Private Reflections.
42593: RODDA, JOSEPH TONKIN. - Notes on water supply: containing references, tables, notes, memoranda, and detailed advertisements in relation to water-works engineering; also illustrated description and prices of apparatus, appliances, tools, and material required on a water-works.
20281: RODEL, KLAUS. - Nurnburger Exlibris.
35491: RODGERS, FRANK. - The Peak District on Foot.
21369: ROE, F. GORDON. - The Bronze Cross: a tribute to those who won the supreme award for valour in the years 1940-45.
24319: ROE, F. GORDON. - The Bronze Cross: a tribute to those who won the supreme award for valour in the years 1940-45.
28138: ROE, FRED. - Ancient Church Chests and Chairs in the Home Counties Round Greater London. Being the tour of an antiquary with pencil and camera through the churches of Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Essex, Kent and Surrey. With a foreword by C Reginald Grundy.
37407: ROGER, CHARLES. - A Week at Bridge of Allan, comprising an account of the Airthrey Spa, and a series of six excursions to the interesting scenery around the rising watering-place.
18477: ROGERS, JAMES E. THOROLD. - Six Centuries of Work and Wages: the history of English labour.
18506: ROGERS, JAMES E. THOROLD. - Six Centuries of Work and Wages: the history of English labour.
20505: ROGERS, JAMES E. THOROLD. - Speeches on Questions of Public Policy by John Bright, M.P. (2 Vols).
25487: ROGERS, CHARLES, REV. - The Scottish Minstrel: the songs of Scotland subsequent to Burns.
32378: ROGERS, COLONEL H C B. - Artillery through the Ages.
30388: ROGERS, W H HAMILTON. - West Country Stories and Sketches. Biographical and Historical.
28377: ROGERS, ALAN & ROWLEY, TREVOR. (EDITED BY) - Landscapes and Documents.
33210: ROGERS, H. C. B., COL. - The Pageant of Heraldry: an explanation of its principles & its uses to-day.
39260: ROGERS, JOHN. - A sermon preached in Barrack Street Chapel, Bridport, on Lord's-day evening, January 15, 1860, on the occasion of the decease of Mr. George Edmunds.
24122: ROGERSON, WILLIAM, COL. (COMPILER). - The History of the Corps of the King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Volume II. The 85th (The King's Light Infantry) Regiment, 1759-1881.
40208: ROGERSON, SYDNEY; CHARLES TUNNICLIFFE. - Our Bird Book.
35673: ROLFE, LIONEL MENUHIN. - The Menuhins. A Family Odyssey. Illustrations by Michael Cormier.
41531: ROLLASON, D.W. - The Mildrith legend. A study in early medieval hagiography in England.
26570: ROLLINSON, WILLIAM. - Life and Tradition in the Lake District. ... Drawings by David Kirk.
27153: ROMANES, E. - The Life and Letters of George John Romanes. Written and edited by his wife.
34501: RONALDSON, J M. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the West Scotland District (no 2) 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].
34513: RONALDSON, J.M & HENRY HALL. - Drumpeller Colliery Disaster. Report to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending the accident which occurred in Nos 3 & 4 Pits of the Drumpeller Colliery, Coatbridge, on the 28th January 1898. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34518: RONALDSON, JOHN M. - Mines. Report...for the West Scotland District (no 2), 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].
34158: RONALDSON, JOHN M. - Mines. Report of John M Ronaldson, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the West Scotland District (No 2), to her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the year 1888. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34203: RONALDSON, JOHN M. - Mines. Report of John M Ronaldson Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the West Scotland District (No 2) 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.
25866: ROOK, CLARENCE (TEXT); EFFIE JARDINE (ILLUSTRATIONS). - Switzerland: the country and its people.
31738: ROOM, ADRIAN. - A Concise Dictionary of Modern Place Names in Great Britain and Ireland.
31597: ROOM, ADRIAN. - A Concise Dictionary of Modern Place Names in Great Britain and Ireland.
20585: ROOME, WILLIAM J. W. - Tramping through Africa: a dozen crossing of the continent.
35706: ROOSEBOOM, MARIA. - Microscopium.
38750: ROPER, JOHN S. (COMPILER). - Trades and professions in Wolverhampton 1802: a directory compiled from the 1802 rate book. 'Wolverhampton Local History Pamphlet - No. 3.'
26491: ROPES, JOHN CODMAN. - The Story of the Civil War: a concise account of the war in the United States of America between 1861 and 1865 (2 Volumes). [With] Continuation of the Story ... by William Roscoe Livermore (2 Volumes - 4 Volumes in all.)
27165: RORABACHER, J. ALBERT. - The American Buffalo in Transition: a historical and economic survey of the bison in America.
24598: ROSCOE, S.; R. A. BRIMMELL. - James Lumsden and Son of Glasgow: their juvenile books and chapbooks.
29555: ROSCOE, WILLIAM. - The Life of Lorenzo de' Medici, called The Magnificent. Eighth edition revised by his son, Thomas Roscoe. 'Bohn's Standard Library.'
29913: ROSCOE, THOMAS (EDITOR). - The Remembrance. With additions.
40928: ROSCOE, E. S. - Penn's country and other Buckinghamshire sketches. With illustrations.
42412: ROSCOE, EDWARD STANLEY. - Rambles with a fishing-rod.
28316: ROSCOEE, THOMAS. - My Imprisonment, Memoirs of Silvio Pellico Da Saluzzo. Translated from the Italian.
36975: ROSE, WILLIAM JOHN. - The Rise of Polish Democracy.
20484: ROSE, H. B. - The Economic Background to Investment.
25705: ROSE, H. WICKLIFFE. - The Rayon and Synthetic Fiber Industry of Japan.
33341: ROSE, W. H. (COMPILER). - Historical Review of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, Grand Lodge of England.
27223: ROSE, WALTER. - Good Neighbours: some recollections of an English village and its people. With drawings by John Hookham.
40908: ROSE, SIR GEORGE. - Moseley estate charity, King's Norton, near Birmingham. Scheme for the administration of the charity, approved by the report of Sir George Rose, one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery.
38319: ROSE, G. H., SIR. - A letter on the means and importance of converting the slaves in the West Indies to Christianity.
36947: ROSE, WILLIAM JOHN. - Polish Literature.
36948: ROSE, PROFESSOR WILLIAM. - The Growth of Polish Democracy.
28836: ROSLYN, GUY. - George Eliot in Derbyshire: a volume of gossip about passages and people in the novels of George Eliot. [Reprinted from London Society with alterations and additions, and an introduction by George Barnett Smith.
16512: ROSS, SIR E. DENISON (EDITOR). - The Art of Egypt through the Ages.
22708: ROSS, CHARLES H. - Merry Conceits and Whimsical Rhymes. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans.
23519: ROSS, FREDERICK. - Legendary Yorkshire.
24176: ROSS, CHARLES. - The Traveller's Guide to Lochlomond, and its environs.
40825: ROSS, FREDERICK. - The Ruined Abbeys of Britain (2 Vols). Illustrated ... from drawings by A. F Lydon.
23376: ROSSETI, ANDREA. - Syllabus Scriptorum Pedemontii: Seu, De Scriptoribus Pedemontanis in Quo Brevis Librorum, Patriae, Generis and Monnunguam. Vite Notitia Traditur. Additi Sunt Scriptores Sabaudi, Monserratenses and Comitatus Niciensis
30126: ROSTAND, EDMOND. - Chantecler, piece en quatre actes, en vers ...
18658: ROSTOW, W. W. - British Economy of the Nineteenth Century: essays.
32789: ROTH, PHILIP. - The Anatomy Lesson.
30023: ROTH, HENRY LING. - The Genesis of Banking in Halifax, with side lights on country banking ... With 43 full page collotype plates and one copper plate of local bank notes.
41417: ROTH, H. LING. - Studies in primitive looms. County borough of Halifax. Bankfield museum notes.
33547: ROTHERHAM, ALBERT; MAURICE STEELE (COMPILERS). - A History of Printing in North Staffordshire ...
26873: ROTHSCHILD, BRIAN J. (EDITOR). - Global Fisheries: perspectives for the 1980s.
27144: ROTHSCHILD, NATHANIEL MAYER VICTOR, BARON ROTHSCHILD. - Fertilization.
36985: ROUCEK, JOSEPH S. - Contemporary Roumania and Her Problems. A study in modern nationalism.
19826: ROUGHLEY, T. C. - Wonders of the Great Barrier Reef.
22539: ROULAND, DAVID, OF ANGLESEY (TRANSLATOR). - The Pleasaunt Historie of Lazarillo de Tormes.
40232: ROUSE, RUTH & NEILL, STEPHEN CHARLES (EDITED BY) - A History of the Ecumenical Movement 1517-1948.
17558: LIMITED EDITION ROUSSEAU - The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau now first completely done in English prose by W. Conyngham Mallory with etchings drawn and engraved by Edmond Hedouin (2 Vols).
36753: ROUSSINOV, SPASS. - Bulgaria. Land, Economy, Culture.
20189: ROUTLEY, ERIK. - Hymns and Human Life.
20188: ROUTLEY, ERIK. - The English Carol.
29102: ROWAN, ANDREW SUMMERS & RAMSAY, MARATHON MONTROSE. - The Island of Cuba. A descriptive and historical account of the "Great Antilla".
22676: ROWE, FREDERICK MAURICE. - Two Lectures on The Development of the Chemistry of Commercial Synthetic Dyes (1856-1938).
31091: ROWE, GEORGE STRINGER. - The Life of John Hunt, Missionary to the Cannibals.
42846: ROWE, D. J. - Lead Manufacturing in Britain: a history.
32947: ROWLAND, T H. - Discovering Northumberland. A Handbook of Local History.
29890: ROWLAND, T H. - Bygone Morpeth.
28100: ROWLAND, T H. - The Romans in North Britain. [Northern History Booklets No 10].
41619: ROWLAND, T.H. - The Alemouth or Corn road. Alnwick-Alnmouth. Hexham, Wall, Chollerton and Rothbury.
22414: ROWLANDS, SAMUEL. - The Bride. Reprinted for the first time from a copy of the original edition of 1617 in the library of Harvard College ...
35048: ROWLANDS, SAMUEL. - The Four Knaves: a series of satirical tracts. Edited, with an introduction and notes, by E. F. Rimbault.
27068: ROWLANDSON, THOMAS (ILLUSTRATIONS); WILLIAM COMBE (TEXT). - The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax. In search of 1. The picturesque. 2. Of consolation. 3. Of a wife.
38112: ROWLING, J. K. - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
38582: ROWNTREE, B. SEEBOHM. - Poverty and Progress: a second social survey of York.
25655: ROWSE, A. L. - Reflections on the Puritan Revolution.
32443: ROWSE, A L. - Poems Chiefly Cornish.
36349: RUDDOCK, R P (EDITED BY). - The Parish Register of Thorpe Bassett 1604-1837.
30401: RUDDOCK, R P (EDITED BY) - The Parish Registers of Thorpe Bassett 1604-1837. [Publications of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society Parish Register Section Vol CLV].
25644: RUDE, GEORGE. - Wilkes and Liberty: a social study of 1763 to 1774.
40783: RUFF, H. - The History of Cheltenham and its environs. Including an inquiry into the nature and properties of the mineral waters and a concise view of the County of Gloucester.
18759: RUGGIERO, GUIDO DE. - Existentialism. Edited and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall.
21628: RUGGLES-BRISE, EVELYN, SIR. - The English Prison System.
24951: RULE, CHARLES H. - Out of Doors. Illustrated by R. Peacock.
41431: RULE, GEORGE. - The seige of Norham Castle.
23200: RUMBELOW, DONALD. - The Complete Jack the Ripper.
23181: RUMBOLD, W. G. - Chromium Ore. Monographs on mineral resources with special reference to the British Empire ...
29594: RUMNEY, A W. - The Dalesman.
32444: RUNCIMAN, JAMES. - The ethics of drink and other social questions, or joints in social armour.
36103: RUSH, JAMES. - The Ingenious Beilbys.
33587: RUSHBROOK, FRANK. - Fire Aboard: the problems of prevention and control in ships and port installations.
27927: RUSHEN, PERCY C. - Old Time Invention in the Four Shires. Gloucester, Worcester, Warwick and Oxford.
28937: RUSHFORD, FRANK H. - In and Around Durham.
34878: RUSHFORD, FRANH H. - In and Around Durham.
24865: RUSHFORD, FRANK H. - City Beautiful: a vision of Durham.
39650: RUSHFORD, FRANK H. - Houghton Le Spring: A History.
21112: RUSK, RALPH L. (BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTES). - Poems on Several Occasions. By a Gentleman of Virginia.
32717: RUSKIN, JOHN. - The King of the Golden River or the Black Brothers. A Legend of Stiria. Illustrated by Richard Doyle.
30175: RUSKIN, JOHN. - The Crown of Wild Olive. Three lectures on work, traffic and war.
30177: RUSKIN, JOHN. - The Ethics of the Dust. Ten lectures to little housewives on the elements of crystallisation.
31309: RUSKIN, JOHN. - The Art of England. Lectures given at Oxford ... during his second tenure of the Slade professorship.
18629: RUSSELL, BERTRAND. - Authority and the Individual. The Reith Lectures for 1848-9.
18780: RUSSELL, BERTRAND. - The Scientific Outlook.
21016: RUSSELL, BERTRAND. - The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, 1872-1914.
27981: RUSSELL, JAMES. - Reminiscences of Yarrow. By the Late James Russell. With preface by Professor Campbell Fraser. Edited and annotated by the late Professor Veitch. Illustrated by Tom Scott.
28935: RUSSELL, LADY [CONSTANCE]. - Swallowfield and its Owners.
30537: RUSSELL, THE HON BERTRAND. - Scientific Method in Philosophy. The Herbert Spencer Lecture delivered at the Museum 18 November, 1914.
30974: RUSSELL, RONALD. - Guide to British Topographical Prints.
34959: RUSSELL, BERTRAND. - Education and the Social Order.
34094: RUSTON, ARTHUR G & DENNIS WITNEY. - Hooton Pagnell. The agricultural evolution of a Yorkshire Village.
17820: RUTHERFORD, THOMAS. - The Voice of the Rod. A sermon preached on the general fast day, October 19, 1803, at the methodist-chapel, Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields.
25242: RUTHERFORD, JOHN HUNTER. - Beer Or No Beer: a lecture, delivered in Bath Lane Church, on Sunday afternoon, December 28, 1862, in defence of the seven guardians of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Union who voted against giving beer to the inmates of the workhouse on Christmas Day.
36632: RUTHERFORD, J (EDITED BY). - The Miscellaneous Papers of Thomas Stockwell 1590-1611 & 1597-1614 (2 Vols). [Publications of the Southampton Record Society].
41893: RUTHERFORD, FRANK. (COLLECTOR) - All the way to Pennywell. Children's rhymes of the North East.
43246: RUTHERFURD, JOHN. - Rutherfurd's border hand-book; being a guide to the remarkable places, picturesque scenery, and antiquities of the border. Illustrated with ... engravings ... and a map of the district.
40724: RUTTER, ALFRED E. - History of the penny post. Being a paper submitted at a meeting of the Bishop Auckland Naturalists' Field Club. Reprinted from the "Auckland Times," December 15th, 1905.
24852: RYAN, S. J. - St. Francis Xavier's Church Centenary (Liverpool), 1848-1948.
27175: RYE, ANTHONY. - Gilbert White & his Selborne.
17045: RYLANDS, PETER. - The Pulpit and the People: or an inquiry into the cause of the present failure of Christian agency.
31721: RYLANDS, JOHN PAUL (EDITED BY). - Cheshire and Lancashire Funeral Certificates AD 1600 to 1678. [The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire Vol VI].
32585: RYLANDS, J PAUL (EDITED BY). - Lancashire Inquisitions returned into the Chancery of the Duchy of Lancaster and now existing in the Public Record Office, London. Stuart Period Part I. 1 to 11 James I. [The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire Vol III].
35147: RYLANDS, J PAUL (EDITED BY). - Lancashire Inquisitions returned in the Chancery of the Duch of Lancaster and now existing in the Public Record Office, London. Stuart Period, Part III 20 to 23 James I. [The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire Vol XVII].
20090: SABINE, WALLACE CLEMENT. - Collected Papers on Acoustics.
34346: SACHSE, WILLIAM L (EDITED BY). - The Diurnal of Thomas Rugg, 1659-1661. Camden Third Series Volume XCI.
33766: SACHSE, WILLIAM L (EDITED BY). - The Diurnal of Thomas Rugg, 1659-1661. Camden Third Series Volume XCI.
16038: SADDINGTON, JOHN. - The articles of the true faith, depending upon the commission of the spirit. Drawn up into forty-eight heads by ... , an ancient believer, for the benefit of other believers, ... ; and to confound and disprove all despisers, that say, "We know not what we believe." anno M.DC.LXXV.
19714: SAFRONI-MIDDLETON, A. - A Vagabond's Odyssey: being further reminiscences of a wandering sailor-troubadour in many lands.
20985: SAGAR, KEITH. - The Life of D. H. Lawrence: an illustrated biography.
26044: SAGAR, KEITH; STEPHEN TABOR. - Ted Hughes: a bibliography 1946-1980.
31296: SALAMAN, MALCOLM C. (COMMENTARY.) - Moderrn Woodcuts and Lithographs, by British and French Artists.
24834: SALE, D. M., REV. - The Hymn Writers of Hampshire.
23653: DE SALIS, HARRIET ANNE. - Cakes and Confections a la Mode.
41718: DE SALIS, MRS. [H. A.] - Sweets and supper dishes à la mode.
41720: DE SALIS, MRS. [H. A.] - Entrées à la mode.
16749: SALMON, [THOMAS]. - The Modern Gazetteer: or, a short view of the several nations of the world. Absolutely necessary for rendering the public news, and other historical occurrences, intelligible and entertaining. Containing 1. An introduction to geography ... 2. The situation and extent of all the empires ... 3. The produce, manufactures, forces ... 4. The genealogies and families of emperors, kings ...
41891: SALOMONS, VERA. - Gravelot. Illustrated with 21 photogravures from negatives by the author.
27137: SALT, HENRY S. (TRANSLATOR). - Treasures of Lucretius: selected passages from the De Rerum Naturâ.
24520: SALTER, JOHN H. - Bird Life Throughout the Year.
40316: SALTER, JOHN - By-Laws of the Lennox Lodge No.123. Also interesting extracts from the Lodge history.
30136: SALTMAN, AVROM (EDITED BY). - The Cartulary of Dale Abbey. [Derbyshire Archaeological Society Record Series Volume 2 for 1966].
35198: SALTMAN, AVROM (EDITED BY). - The Cartulaty of Dale Abbey. [Historical Manuscript Commission].
37882: SALTONSTALL, WYE. - Picturae Loquentes. Reprinted from the editions of 1631 and 1635.
18984: SALZMAN, L. F. - English Life in the Middle Ages.
30006: SAMPSON, HENRY (EDITOR). - World Railways 1950-51.
8699: SAMUELSON, B, SIR. - A Report to C. M. Norwood, President of the Association of the Chambers of Commerce of the United Kingdom, on the Railway Goods Tariffs of Germany, Belgium and Holland compared with those of this country.
16738: SAMUELSON, JAMES. J. BRAXTON HICKS. - Humble Creatures; Part 1. The Earthworm and the Common Housefly. In eight letters.
37127: SAMUELSON, JAMES. - Bulgaria Past and Present. Historical, Political and Descriptive.
19176: SANBORN, E. D., PROF. - Mr. Webster in his Letters.
34004: SANDERS, PETER. - The Simple Annals. The history of an Essex and East End family.
19576: SANDFORD, F. B. (EDITOR). - Cyclists' Touring Club British Road Book New Series. Vol. V. North-East England.
29902: SANDHAM, MISS. - The Twin Sisters; or, the advantages of religion.
22972: SANDON, ERIC. - A View Into the Village: a study in Suffolk building.
26041: SANDYS, WILLIAM; SIMON ANDREW FORSTER. - The History of the Violin, and other instruments played on with the bow from the remotest times to the present. Also, an account of the principal makers, English and foreign, with numerous illustrations.
40261: SANDYS, EDWIN. - The Sermons of Edwin Sandys, Archbishop of York. To which are added some miscellaneous pieces by the same author. Edited for The Parker Society by the Rev. J. Ayre.
38218: SANJANA, DARAB DASTUR PESHOTAN - The Age of the Avesta and Zoroaster. From the German of Dr. Wilhelm Geiger & Dr. Fr. Von Spiegel.
25807: SANSOM, GEORGE. - A History of Japan 1615-1867.
9249: SANSOM, WILLIAM. - South. Aspects and images from Corsica, Italy and Southern France.
41904: SANSOM, JOSEPH. - Travels in lower Canada. With the author's recollections of the soil, and aspect; the morals, habits, and religious institutions, of that country.
22312: SARGEAUNT, B. E. - The Royal Manx Fencibles.
23058: SARGENT, HELEN CHILD; GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE (EDITORS). - English and Scottish Popular Ballads. Edited from the collection of Francis James Child.
26623: SARGENT, WINTHROP (EDITOR). - The History of an Expedition against Fort du Quesne, in 1755; under Major-General Edward Braddock ... Publications of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Braddock's Expedition: a monograph.
27631: SARGENT, HELEN CHILD; GEORGE LYMAN KITTREDGE (EDITORS). - English and Scottish Ballads ... from the collection of Francis James Child. 'The Cambridge Edition of the Poets.'
33644: SAROYAN, WILLIAM (INTRO.); ALAN D. GRUSKIN (TEXT). - The Water Colours of Dong Kingman - and how the artist works.
37171: SASSON, SIEGFRIED; LIONEL EDWARDS, ET AL. - My First Horse.
20257: SAUNDERS, WILLIAM. - Ancient Handwritings: an introductory manual for intending students of palaeography and diplomatic.
25686: SAUNDERS, O. ELFRIDA. - A History of English Art in the Middle Ages.
26766: SAUNDERS, W. H. - The Making of Liverpool. An address read before the Liverpool Philomathic Society, ...
28163: SAUNDERS, W R. - History of Watford. [Reprinted from the West Herts and watford Observer].
36495: SAUNDERS, W. R. - History of Watford.
37620: SAUNDERS, ERASMUS. - A Sermon preac'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St Margaret's Westminster, on Friday December 18th, 1721. Being the day appointed by his Majesty, for a general fast and humiliation, for obtaining the pardon of our sins, and averting the heavy judgement we have most justly deserv'd; and particularly the Plague, with which several other countries are at this time visited. A discourse of the dangers of abusing the devine blessings; shewing, that National Calamaties are for sure consequences of Publick and National Iniquities.
41574: SAUNDERS, RICHARD. - The English Apollo: or, useful companion, ... 1756.
29763: SAUVAGE, M EDOUARD. - Recent Locomotive Practice in France. [Translated from the French].
38407: SAVAGE, RICHARD HENRY. - The Masked Venus: a story of many lands.
42139: SAVAGE, WILLIAM. - A dictionary of the art of printing.
40665: SAVAGE, EDWIN SIDNEY, REV.; CHARLES CLEMENT HODGES. - A record of all works connected with Hexham Abbey since January 1899 and now in progress. Also an account of St Wilfrid's Cathedral ...
37073: SAVIC, VLADISLAV R. - The Reconstruction of South-Eastern Europe. Preface by Sir James George Frazer.
22791: SAWYER, JOHN. - Cheltenham Parish Church: its architecture and its history.
22841: SAWYER, JOHN. - The Story of Gloucestershire.
30765: SAWYER, ROGER (EDITOR). - The Island from Within: a composite portrait of the Isle of Wight.
42526: SAWYERS, WILLIAM. - A list of the Cumberland Shipping corrected to February 1840.
25635: SAYLES, G. O. - The Medieval Foundations of England.
23681: BOROUGH OF SCARBOROUGH. - Copy Translations of Charters, etc.
31538: SCARFE, NORMAN. - Suffolk. A Shell Guide.
28001: SCARGILL-BIRD, S R. - A Guide to the Various Classes of Documents Preserved in the Public Record Office.
37020: SCHACHER, DR GERHARD. - Central Europe and the Western World. Translated from the German.
26926: SCHARFF, R. F. - European Animals: their geological history and geographical distribution.
36967: SCHERER-VIRSKI, OLGA. - The Modern Polish Short Story.
22247: SCHNEIDER, REINHARD (EDITOR). - Das Spatmittelelalterliche Konigtum im Europaischen Vergleich.
29621: SCHOENFELD, EMIL CHRISTIAN DAGOBERT. - Erythraa und der agyptische Sudan. Auf Grund eigener Forschung, an Ort und Stelle ...
27255: SCHOFIELD, F. - Urban and Rural Districts of Alnwick. Official Guide. (Published for the Urban District Council).
20220: SCHOLES, PERCY A. - A List of Books about Music in the English Language. Prepared as an appendix to the Oxford Companion to Music.
35646: SCHOMBERG, ARTHUR (EDITED BY). - Some Notes on the Stokes Family (Counties Wilts and Gloucester). [Reprinted (with additions) from Wiltshire Notes and Queries].
32780: SEDBERGH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. - Sedbergh Grammar School Scheme.
41002: CHARTERHOUSE SCHOOL. - List of Carthusians serving in His Majesty's forces and the allied armies August, 1914 - February, 1918.
18559: SCHUCKBURGH, EVELYN (EDITOR AND TRANSLATOR). - The Memoirs of Madame Roland.
31248: SCHUCKING, LEVIN L. - The Puritan Family: a social study from the literary sources. Translated from the German by Brian Battershaw.
23015: BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. - Manchester and its region: a survey prepared for the meeting held in Manchester, August 29 to September 5, 1962.
41724: BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE. - Report of the thirty-third meeting ... ; held at Newcastle-upon-Tyne in August and September 1863.
23902: PERIODICAL PUBLICATION - SCOTLAND. - The Scottish Journal of Topography, Antiquities, Traditions, etc. (2 Volumes - all published - in 1). [Comprising] Vol. I. From September 1847, to February 1848 [26 issues]. Vol. II. From March to July 1848 [22 issues].
23981: SCOTLAND. - Scotia: the journal of the St. Andrew Society. [Volumes 1 and 2, 1907-8.]
24194: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND. - Catalogue of Manuscripts Acquired Since 1925. Volume 5. Manuscripts 6406-7529. Charters and other formal documents 6001-7636.
24196: NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND. - Catalogue of Manuscripts Acquired Since 1925. Volume 8. Manuscripts 8023-9500. Charters and other formal documents 7637-8500.
24226: SCOTLAND. - A Constitution for Scotland. Scottish Secretariat Series No. 78, 1964.
24785: ROYAL COMMISSION ON THE ANCIENT AND HISTORICAL MONUMENTS OF SCOTLAND. - The County of Roxburgh (2 Vols).
26828: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 107 (1975-76).
26829: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 108 (1976-77).
30137: KING JAMES I OF SCOTLAND. - The Kings Quair: together with a ballad of good counsel. Edited by the Rev Walter W Skeat.
26826: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 105 (1972-74).
26827: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 106 (1974-75).
26825: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 104 (1971-72).
26823: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 102 (1969-70).
26824: PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF SCOTLAND. - Volume 103 (1970-71).
19262: SCOTLAND. - Who's Who in Scotland. 2nd edition 1988-89.
40859: SCOTLAND. - The Court guide and Royal blue book of Scotland. A fashionable record, professional register, and general survey.
18541: SCOTT, EDWARD J. L. (INTRO). - Eikon Basilike. The Pourtraicture of His Sacred Majestie in His Dolitudes and Sufferings. A reprint of the edition of 1648, ... with an introduction throwing fresh light upon the authorship of the work.
19163: SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, GEORGE (EDITOR). - The Stones of Scotland.
22940: SCOTT, J. M. - The Book of Pall Mall.
23114: SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, LESLEY. - Scotland's East Coast. A guidebook: from Berwick to Scrabster.
23136: SCOTT, WILLIAM. - An Essay on Drapery, 1635.
25123: SCOTT, WALTER. - Rokeby; a poem.
34431: SIR RONALD BODLEY SCOTT. - The Admirable Faculties of the Blood. The Harveian Oration of 1976.
27499: SCOTT-JAMES, ANNE. - Sissinghurst: the making of a garden.
29887: SCOTT, DAVID. - The Laker's A B C.
31980: SCOTT, JOHN. - Berwick-upon-Tweed. The history of the town and guild.
32259: SCOTT, WALTER, SIR. - The Beauties of the Border: descriptive of its scenery, prospects, agricultural improvements, etc etc. Interspersed with select pieces of poetry, Border anecdotes, etc. and embellished with elegant engravings.
33161: SCOTT, W. - The Beauties of the Border: descriptive of its scenery, prospects, agricultural improvements, &c &c. Interspersed with select pieces of poetry, Border anecdotes
34499: SCOTT, W BEATTIE. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the South Stafford District (no 11) 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].
34515: SCOTT, W BEATTIE. - Mines. Report...for the South Staffordshire District (no 11), 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].
35309: SCOTT, SIR WALTER. - Description of the Regalia of Scotland.
23671: SCOTT, HARRY J. - The Changeless Dale.
36034: SCOTT, EDNA. - A Breath of Coal Dust. Foreword by Frank Atkinson.
23471: SCOTT, HARRY J. - Portrait of Yorkshire.
23132: SCOTT-MONCRIEFF, GEORGE. - Scotland's Dowry.
34153: SCOTT, W BEATTIE. - Mines. Report of W Beattie Scott, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the South Staffordshire District (No 11), to her Majesty's Secretary of State, under the Coal Mines Regulation Act 1887, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Slate Mines (Gunpowder) Act 1882; for the year 1888. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34213: SCOTT, W BEATTIE. - Mines. Report of W Beattie Scott Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the South Staffordshire District (No 11) 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.
41867: SCOTT, A. - The Celts and Druids, and their story from the earliest times.
38058: SCOTT, MICHAEL. - Description of a breakwater at the port of Blyth: and of improvements in breakwaters, applicable to harbours of refuge. 'Excerpt minutes of proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol. XVIII. Session 1858-59.'
39411: SCOTT, WALTER, SIR. - Letters ... addressed to The Rev. R. Polwhele; D. Gilbert, Esq,; Francis Douce, Esq. &c. &c. Accompanied by an autobiographical memoir of Lieut.-General Sir Hussey Vivian, ...
27503: SCOTT-JAMES, ET AL. - A Gardener's Dozen.
40685: SCOTT, ABRAHAM. - The ordinance of baptism: second edition, with some enlargement; in reply to the Rev. J. Barker.
42454: SCOTT, WILLIAM HERBERT. - The West Riding of Yorkshire at the opening of the Twentieth Century. Contemporary biographies. Edited by W.T. Pike. 'Pike's New Century Series. No. 6.'
40715: SCOTT, GEORGE GILBERT. - Restoration of St. Alban's Abbey.
17812: SCOTT, FRANCIS. - Letters from a Layman to one who has left the Church of England for that of Rome.
41438: SCOTT, ANTHONY R. N., CITY PLANNING OFFICER. - Langley Moor Local Plan.
27919: SCOURFIELD, D J. - A New Copepod found in water from Hollows of Tree Trunks. (Read Novemeber 24th 1914). [Reprinted from the the Journal of the Quekett Microscopical Club. April 1915 Volume XII No 76].
29599: THE SCRIBE [GEORGE TOPPING]. - Rambles in Borderland with the Clan.
20603: SCRUTON, WILLIAM. - Pen and Pencil Pictures of Old Bradford.
17895: SCUDAMORE, CHARLES. - A Treatise on the Nature and Cure of Rheumatism; with observations on rheumatic neuralgia, and on spasmodic neuralgia, or tic doloreux: with a new introductory chapter.
41555: SCULLY, D. ELEANOR AND TERENCE. - Early French Cookery: sources, history, original recipes and modern adaptations.
38290: SALTBURN-BY-THE-SEA. - Saltburn-by-the-sea, (in Cleveland) its scenery and climate; and its general capabilities as a watering place.
18866: SEABY, ALLEN W. - British Ponies: running wild and ridden.
33983: SEAMAN, PETER (EDITED BY). - Norfolk Hearth Tax Exemption Certificates 1670-1674. Norwich, Great Yarmouth, King's Lynn and Thetford. [Hearth Tax Series Volume II. Norfolk Record Society Volume LXV].
4415: SEDGEFIELD. - Sedgefield, a social and historical miscellany compiled by members of an evening class on Sedgefield's local history.
34775: SEDGWICK, LEONARD W. - The Personal Factor in Disease. Delivered at the annual meeting of the Metropolitan Counties Branch. [Reprinted for the author from the British Medical Journal, July 28th 1894.
32772: ADAM SEDGWICK. - Adam Sedgwick. A Sermon preached by the Right Rev JJ Pulleine, Lord Bishop of Richmond, at the re-opening of the Parish Church, Dent, after its restoration, on the 14th February 1890.
37785: SEDGWICK, CHARLES F. - A History of the Town of Sharon, Litchfield County, Conn. from its first settlement.
24514: SEEBOHM, HENRY. - The Birds of Siberia: a record of a naturalist's visits to the Petchora and Yenesei.
28792: SEED, THOMAS. - Poems by Thomas Seed.
18792: SEELEY, J. R. - Lectures and Essays.
22408: SEELEY, JOHN ROBERT; WILLIAM YOUNG; ERNEST ABRAHAM HART. - Three Essays on Shakespeare's Tragedy of King Lear. By pupils of the City of London School.
26295: SEELEY, EMMA LOUISA. - Border Lances: a romance of the Northern Marches in the reign of Edward the Third.
28576: SEIGNE, J. W. - A Bird Watcher's Note Book: studies of woodcock, snipe and other birds. ... with drawings by Philip Rickman ...
32462: SEKON, G A. - Locomotion in Victorian London.
8859: SELINCOURT, ERNEST DE. - Dorothy Wordsworth a Biography.
20957: DE SELINCOURT, ERNEST. - Dorothy Wordsworth, a Biography.
32384: SELINCOURT, E DE. - The Early Wordsworth. [The English Association Presidential Address 1936].
32078: SELINCOURT, E DE. - Journals of Dorothy Wordsworth (2 Vols).
17042: SELL, KARL. - The Church in the Mirror of History: studies in the progress of Christianity.
22724: SELLERS, LEILA. - Charleston Business on the Eve of the American Revolution.
24304: SELLS, A. LYTTON (TRANSLATOR). - The Memoirs of James II. His Campaigns as Duke of York, 1652-1660.
27648: SELLS, A. LYTTON. - The Italian Influence in English Poetry: from Chaucer to Southwell.
24280: SELLWOOD, A. V. - The Saturday Night Soldiers.
16613: SELOUS, PERCY. - Travel and Big Game. With two chapters by H. A. Bryden.
28560: SELOUS, EDMUND. - Realities of Bird Life: being extracts from the diaries of a life-loving naturalist.
21854: SEMMENS, P. W. B. - Stockton & Darlington: one hundred & fifty years of British railways.
9436: SEMPLE, ROBERT HUNTER. - Memoirs on Diphtheria. From the writings of Bretonneau, Guersant, Trousseau, Bouchut, Empis and Daviot.
20625: SEMPLE, ROBERT HUNTER (EDITOR). - Memoirs of Diptheria. From the writings of Brettonneau, Guersant, Trousseau, Bouchut, Empis and Daviot. With a bibliographical appendix by John Chatto.
24490: SENIOR, NASSAU WILLIAM. - Conversations and Journals in Egypt and Malta (2 Vols). Edited by his daughter M. C. M. Simpson.
38012: SENN, CHARLES HERMAN - Brown & Poulson's Simple Fish and Vegetable Sauces.
20569: GEOGRAPHICAL HANDBOOK SERIES. - The Belgian Congo. B.R. 522 (Restricted).
24857: MALET LAMBERT LOCAL HISTORY SERIES. - [Comprising] 1. Statement Relative to the Title to the Citadel and Fortifications of Kinston-upon-Hull. 2. Fortified Hull. By J. J. Sheahan. 3. King Edward I and Kingston-upon-Hull. By J. R. Boyle. 4. The Danes in East Riding. By J. R. Boyle. 5. Sculcoates ... with some Notes on Ancient Hessle. By J. Travis-Cook. 6. An Antiquarian Ramble through the Town of Beverley. By J. J. Sheahan. 7. A visit to the Old Burial Ground in Castle Street, Hull, By T. B. Trowsdale. 8. Reminiscences of a Long Experience - The Hull Press Gang. By James Spencer. 9. Some Place-Names of the East Riding of Yorkshire. By Thomas Holderness. 10. Hull Newspapers. By Wm. Hunt. 11. History of Fish Street Congregational Church. By W. C. B. Page. 12. Hull and East Riding College.
32042: THE "COUNTY" SERIES. - Cumberland, its geography and history for use in schools.
42083: NEWS CHRONICLE SPORTS SERVICE. - Mr and Mrs Golfer cut their handicaps.
22499: SETTLE, ELKANAH. - The Preface to Ibrahim. Reprinted from the edition of 1677.
17204: SEWELL, DAISY - A Pilgrimage in Fairyland by a pilgrim ... the fairy painter is Jeannie McConnel.
35487: SEWELL, GORDON. (COMPILED BY). - Echoes of a Century. The Centenary History of Southern Newspapers Limited 1864-1964.
35404: SEYER, REV SAMUEL. - The Charters and Letters Patent, granted by the Kings and Queens of England to the Town and City of Bristol. Newly translated, and accompanied by the original Latin.
35516: SEYMOUR, CHARLES J. - These Things Happen. Evidences of contact with another world.
31270: SEYMOUR, J. B. - The Stamps of Great Britain. Part One. The Line-Engraved Issues 1840 to 1853.
38941: SEYMOUR, WILLIAM W. - The History of The Rifle Brigade in the War of 1914-1918. Vol. II. January 1917 - June 1919.
41567: SHACKLETON, W. - The wool-dealer's calculator; being a new and complete set of tables, so constructed that staplers buying or selling wool by any weight whatever, may find the weight thereof immediately; ...
33269: SHAIRP, J. C. - Culture and Religion, in some of their relations.
22459: SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. - The Merry Wives of Windsor, 1602.
22460: SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM. - Richard the Third, 1597.
29364: SHANNON, KEVIN & WRIGHT, STEPHEN. - One Night in June. The Story of Operation Tonga, the Initial Phase of the Invasion of Normandy, 1944.
9224: SHARIF, WALID (EDITOR). - The Arab Gulf States and Japan. Prospects for co-operation.
28583: SHARLAND, MICHAEL. - Tasmanian Birds: a field guide to the birds inhabiting Tasmania and adjacent islands, including the sea birds.
2729: SHARP, THOMAS. - Exeter Phoenix; a plan for rebuilding.
2753: SHARP, THOMAS. - Oxford Replanned.
2756: SHARP, THOMAS. - Newer Sarum; a plan for Salisbury.
22754: SHARP, THOMAS. - Exeter Phoenix: a plan for rebuilding.
29735: SHARP, GEORGE. - A Lecture on Elementary Drawing.
38636: SHARP, HENRY A. - The Croydon Colliers. An old local industry.
31018: SHARPE, MONTAGU. - Middlesex in British, Roman, and Saxon Times. [Antiquities of Middlesex].
35377: SHARPE, REGINALD R (EDITED BY). - Calendar of Letters from the Mayor and Corporation of the City of London, circa 1350-1370, enrolled and preserved among the archives of the corporation at the Guildhall.
41940: SHARPE, IVAN. - 40 years in football. Foreword by A. Brook Hirst.
5315: SHARPE, A. P. - Spotlight on Hawaii.
32383: SHARROCK, ROGER. - The Figure in a Landscape: Wordsworth's Early Poetry. Warton Lecture on English Poetry.
1941: SHAW, BERNARD. - Buoyant Billions: a comedy of no manners in prose.
9333: SHAW, GRAHAM. - Printing in Calcutta to 1800. A description and checklist of printing in late 18th Century Calcutta.
24092: SHAW, H. R. (INTRODUCTION). - Country Heritage: the stately homes of the North West Counties and North Wales.
26788: SHAW, WILLIAM ARTHUR (EDITOR). - Minutes of the Manchester Presbyterian Classis (3 Vols). Remains Historical and Literary connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester. New series. Vol. 20, 22, 24.
26138: SHAW, JESSE. - Special Force: a Chindit's story.
35391: SHAW, BERNARD. - Translations and Tomfooleries.
25443: SHAW, GRAHAM. - Printing in Calcutta to 1800. A description and checklist of printing in late 18th-century Calcutta.
40805: SHAW, THOMAS. - The history of Wharfdale.
31758: SHEARER, JOHN. - Fact and Fiction in the Story of Bannockburn.
30222: EARL OF SHEFFIELD. - Observations on the impolicy, abuses, and false interpretation of the poor laws; and on the reports of the two Houses of Parliament. [Vol XIII. Pam No XXV H].
24474: SHELDON, CHARLES. - The Wilderness of the North Pacific Coast Islands. A hunter's experiences while searching for wapiti, bears, and caribou on the larger coast islands of British Columbia and Alaska.
3790: SHELLEY, LADY (EDITOR). - Shelley Memorials: from authentic sources. To which is added an essay on Christianity, by Percy Bysshe Shelley: now first printed.
25685: SHENNAN, J. H. - The Parlement of Paris.
31871: SHEPARD, LESLIE. - John Pitts Ballad Printer of Seven Dials, London 1765-1844. With a short account of his predecessors in the Ballad & Chapbook Trade.
24876: SHEPHERD, THOMAS. - London in the Nineteenth Century.
36828: SHEPHERD, GORDON. - Russia's Danubian Empire.
37613: SHEPPARD, JAMES. - The Science of Minimising Fire Waste. [A paper read before the Insurance Association of Manchester 13th March 1906].
21264: SHEPPARD, ERIC WILLIAM, MAJOR. - A Short History of the British Army.
21436: SHEPPARD, ERIC WILLIAM, CAPTAIN. - A Short History of the British Army to 1914.
25506: SHEPPARD, THOMAS. - Geological Rambles in East Yorkshire.
28148: SHEPPARD, THOMAS. - Kingston Upon Hull, Before, During and After the Great War.
38563: SHEPPARD, T. (EDITOR). - Handbook to Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. Prepared for the members of the British Association for the Advancement of Science on the occasion of their visit to Hull in September, 1922.
43573: SHEPPARD, T. (THOMAS) 1876-1945. - The Making of East Yorkshire: a chapter in local geography. [With illustrations.]
8506: SHERIDAN, THOMAS. - A Course of Lectures on Elocution: together with two dissertations on language; and some other tracts relative to those subjects.
19503: SHERLOCK, ROBERT. - The Industrial Archaeology of Staffordshire.
36603: SHERMAN, LAURA BETH. - Fires on the Mountains: the Macedonian revolutionary movement and the kidnapping of Ellen Stone. 'East European Monographs, No. 62.'
25804: SHERRARD, O. A. - Lord Chatham and America.
25653: SHERRARD, O. A. - Lord Chatham and America.
22735: SHERREN, WILKINSON. - The Wessex of Romance.
29327: SHERRY, DESMOND. - Round and About Purbeck. A fieldwork companion book.
40899: SHERWIN-WHITE, A.N. - Racial prejudice in Imperial Rome.
38500: SHERWOOD, MRS. - The Little Negroes.
38502: SHERWOOD, MRS. - The Hidden Treasure.
22377: SHETELIG, HAAKON; HJALMAR FALK. - Scandinavian Archaeology. Translated by E. V. Gordon.
20300: SHEW, JOEL. - Tobacco: its history, nature, and effects on the mind and body.
16106: SHEWRING, WALTER (EDITOR). - Letters of Eric Gill.
39326: PROGRESS IN SOUTH SHIELDS. - 1835-1935: a hundred years of local government. (A century of progress in South Shields.)
40994: SOUTH SHIELDS. - Photographic view album of South Shields. 'The Dainty Series.'
31701: SHILLIBEER, H B. - The Ancient Customs of the Manor of Taunton Deane; collected from the records of the Manor, presented by the Jury at the Law-Day Court, the twenty fourth of April, 1817, and published under their sanction. To which is prefixed, some introductory observations on copyholds in general, and remarks on those of this Manor. In particular, with the origin, history, and nature, of Courts Leet and Courts Baron.
28360: SHIMMIN, A.N. - The University of Leeds. The First Half-Century.
29690: SHIMMIN, A. N. - The University of Leeds: the first half-century.
24728: SHINWELL, EMANUEL. - Conflict Without Malice.
39279: NORTH EAST COAST INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS. - Handbook.
8104: SHIPBUILDING. - Specification No 761 of a Steel Twin Screw Passenger Steamship, to be built for the Khedivial Mail Steamship and Graving Dock Company, Ltd, by Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richardson Ltd, Wallsend-on-Tyne.
8854: SHIPLEY, SIR ARTHUR E. - Cambridge Cameos.
24962: WECO - SHIPPING I/S. - Rederiaktieselskabet Dannebrog, 1883-1973.
31235: SHORE, HENRY N. - Smuggling Days and Smuggling Ways; or, the story of a lost art. Containing some chapters on The Unwritten History of Cornwall and Other Counties, together with an account of The Rise and Development of the Coastguard.
40525: SHORE, HENRY N. - Smugglers of Fowey: containing an authentic account of the exploits of the smugglers in and around the Port of Fowey.
22988: SHOWELL, CHARLES. - Shakespeare's Avon, from Source to Severn.
33992: SHROPSHIRE. - A Guide to the Shropshire Records 1952. Salop County Council.
18797: SHULL, A. FRANKLIN. - Evolution.
18798: SHULL, A. FRANKLIN. - Heredity.
19169: SIDNEY, ALGERNON. - The Administration and the Opposition. Addressed to the citizens of New-Hampshire.
21135: SIDNEY, PHILIP, SIR. - An Apologie for Poetrie. 1595. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
22441: SIDNEY, PHILIP, SIR. - The Defence of Poesie.
28982: SIDNEY, PHILIP, SIR. - An Apologie for Poetrie. 1595. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
26984: SIDNEY, PHILIP, SIR. - An Apologie for Poetrie. 1595. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
24778: SIEMAK, ANDRZEJ. - La Recherch Morale et Esthétique dans le Roman de Crébillon Fils. Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century. Volume 200.
37072: SIGEL, FEODOR. - Lectures on Slavonic Law. Being the Ilchester Lectures for the Year 1900.
19302: SCOTTISH SIGNET. - The Society of Writers to His Majesty's Signet, with a list of the members and abstracts of the minutes of the society, the commissioners and the council and the early history of the Scottish Signet.
28252: SILLETT, E.J. - Quietude. Poems by E.J.Sillett.
31913: SILVESTER, HENRY R. - The Discovery of the Nature of the Spleen, from an investigation of the lateral homologies of the liver, stomach, and intestinal canal.
31575: SIMCOX, G A. - Recollections of a Rambler.
25591: SIME, WALTER. - REPTA Records: a brief history of the Railway Employees' Privilege Ticket Association.
33459: SIMEON, OF DURHAM. - A History of the Church of Durham. Translated from the original Latin by Joseph Stevenson ...
41841: SIMEON, OF DURHAM. - A History of the Church of Durham. Translated from the original Latin by Joseph Stevenson ...
34323: SIMEY, T. S. AND M. B. - Charles Booth, Social Scientist.
24513: SIMMONS, ALBERT DIXON. - Wing Shots: a series of camera studies of American game birds and other birds of field and stream on the wing.
25557: SIMMS, FREDERICK W. - A Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Levelling. Showing its application to purposes of railway engineering and the construction of roads, etc. With the addition of Mr. Law's Practical Examples for Setting Out Railway Curves and Mr. Trautwein's Field Practice of Laying Out Circular Curves.
28564: SIMMS, ERIC. - Bird Migrants: some aspects and observations.
31427: SIMON, JOHN. - General Pathology, as conducive to the establishment of rational principles for the diagnosis and treatment of disease; a course of lectures delivered at St. Thomas's Hospital, during the Summer Session of 1850.
26596: SIMONDS, WILLIAM ADAMS. - Edison: his life, his work, his genius. Illustrated from photographs, documents and letters.
40858: SIMONS, G. - Over de stoomtuigen voor de droogmaking van het Haarlemmer meer.
20240: SIMPSON, ROBERT, REV. - The History and Antiquities of the Town of Lancaster: compiled from authentic sources.
35310: SIMPSON, F GERALD & R C SHAW. - The Purpose and Date of the Vallum and its Crossings. [Reprinted from the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Transactions Vol XXII New Series].
24801: SIMPSON, W. DOUGLAS. - The Historical Saint Columba.
24803: SIMPSON, W. DOUGLAS. - Ravenscraig Castle. Aberdeen University Studies No. 115.
32283: SIMPSON, H. (COMPILED BY) - The Life and Prophecies of Ursula Sontheil, better known as Mother Shipton.
30592: SIMPSON, MARY. - Kirkstall Abbey. Its Story. Its Monks. Its Architecture. Introduction by Professor A Hamilton Thompson.
32469: SIMPSON, J Y. - The Cat-Stane, Edinburghshire. Is it not the Tombstone of the grandfather of Hengist or Horsa?
23403: SIMPSON, MARY. - Kirkstall Abbey: its story, its monks, its architecture.
17423: SIMPSON, EVE BLANTYRE - Sir James Y. Simpson.
29629: SIMPSON, THOMAS. - Select Exercises for young proficients in the Mathematicks... New edition ... revised ... by J. H. Hearding.
41894: SIMPSON, RICHARD. - North Shields and Tynemouth. A pictorial history.
42421: SIMPSON, JAMES. - A visit to Flanders, in July, 1815, being chiefly an account of the field of Waterloo. With a short sketch of Antwerp and Brussels, at that time occupied by the wounded by both armies.
35973: SIMS, J M (COMPILED BY). - London and Middlesex Published Records. A Handlist. [London Record Society Occasional Publications No 1].
36514: SIMSIR, BILAL N. - The Turks of Bulgaria (1878-1985).
37430: SIMSIR, BILAL N. - Contribution A L'Histoire Des Populations Turoues En Bulgarie 1876-1880. [Turk Kulturunu Arastirma Enstituso. Yaymlari: 22. Seri III Sayi A6.
27478: SIMSON, ALFRED. - Garden Mosaics, Philosophical, Moral, and Horticultural.
36482: SIMSON, JAMES. - John Bunyan and the Gipsies, and The Encyclopaedia Britannica on the Viper.
20756: SINCLAIR, ANDREW. - The Better Half: the emancipation of the American woman.
25668: SINCLAIR, IONA (EDITOR AND ILLUSTRATOR). - The Pyramid and the Urn. The life and letters of a Restoration squire: William Lawrence of Shurdington, 1636-1697.
32497: SINCLAIR, ROBERT. - Metropolitan Man. The Future of English.
18382: SINGER, CHARLES. - A Short History of Science to the Nineteenth Century.
18799: SINNOTT, EDMUND W.; L. C. DUNN. - Principles of Genetics.
19799: SIRINGO, CHAS. A. - A Texas Cow Boy or, fifteen years on the hurricane deck of a Spanish pony. Taken from real life ...
38375: SIRLEY, ARTHUR, LIEUT.-COLONEL. - Remarks on the Transport of Cavalry and Artillery: with hints for the management of horses, before, during, and after a long sea voyage.
27623: SISMONDI, J. C. L. SIMONDE DE. - Historical View of the Literature of the South of Europe (2 Vols). Translated from the original, with notes, and a life of the author, by Thomas Roscoe
3710: SITWELL, EDITH - Green Song and other poems.
3934: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL. - Old Fashioned Flowers.
18988: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL. - Morning, Noon and Night in London.
20080: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL. - La Vie Parisienne: a tribute to Offenbach.
23127: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL; FRANCIS BAMFORD. - Edinburgh.
24527: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL (INTRODUCTION AND NOTES). - Audubon's American Birds, from plates by J. J. Audubon.
25946: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL. - The Hunters and the Hunted.
19990: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL. - Valse des Fleurs: a day in St. Petersburg and a ball at the Winter Palace.
38541: SITWELL, FLORENCE. - Mistress Patience Summerhayes' Her Diary, during the seige of Scarborough Castle A.D. 1644-1645.
9357: SITWELL, SACHEVERELL. - La Vie Parisienne. A tribute to Offenbach.
29592: SIZE, NICHOLAS, - The Secret Valley. The real romance of unconquered Lakeland. With a foreword by Hugh Walpole.
26558: SIZER, NELSON. - What to Do, and Why; and how to educate each man for his proper work: describing seventy-five trades and professions, and the talents and temperaments required for each.
24423: SKAE, HILDA T. - The Life of Mary Queen of Scots.
3500: SKEAT, WALTER. - Fables & Folk-Tales from an Eastern Forest.
27643: SKEAT, WALTER W., REV. (EDITOR). - The Student's Chaucer: being a complete edition of his works. Edited from numerous manuscripts.
27644: SKEAT, WALTER W., REV. (EDITOR). - Chaucer: the minor poems.
27645: SKEAT, WALTER W., REV. (EDITOR). - Chaucer: the minor poems.
33151: SKEAT, REV WALTER W (EDITED BY). - Series C Original Glossaries. Cleveland Words. An Alphabet of Kenticisms. Surrey Provincialisms. Oxfordshire Words. South Warwickshire Words.
38811: SKEAT, WALTER W., REV. (EDITOR). - The Complete Works of Geoffrey Chaucer [with Supplement] (7 Vols).
26795: SKEAT, WALTER, REV. - Nine Specimens of English Dialects. Edited from various sources.
17461: SKEATS, HERBERT S. - A History of the Free Churches of England, from A.D. 1688-A.D. 1851.
32072: SKEET, FRANCIS JOHN ANGUS (TRANSCRIBED BY). - Stuart Papers, Pictures, Relics, Medals and Books in the Collection of Miss Maria Widdrington.
18587: SKELTON, R. A.; THOMAS E. MARSTON; GEORGE D. PAINTER. - The Vinland Map and the Tartar Relation.
26030: SKELTON, R. A. - Explorers' Maps. Chapters in the cartographic record of geographical discovery.
34459: SKILLING, M.R. - Hardy's Mellstock on the Map. A topographical and Biographical Notebook for 'Under the Greenwood'.
19205: SKINNER, ROBERT T. - Figures and Figureheads.
23970: SKINNER, ROBERT T. - Figures and Figureheads.
28265: SKINNER, LIEUT.-COL. T.C. - The Ice Age: Its Astronomical Cause. 719 th Ordinary General Meeting, held in committee room B, the central hall, Westminster, on Monday, February 18th, 1929.
31388: SKIPP, VICTOR. - A History of Greater Birmingham- down to 1830.
34795: SKIPTON. - The Seige of Skipton Castle and the Battle of Skipton, re-enacted by the Sealed Knott Ltd 1972.
34729: SLADDEN, JOHN CYRIL. - Boniface of Devon, Apostle of Germany.
24095: SLATER, J. H. - The Established Church in Wales, being a short account of its origin, its development, and its maturity. Specially written for the Anti-Liberation Society's historical church defence leaflet campaign.
37459: SLAWSKI, DR STANISLAS. - L'acces De La Pologne a La Mer. Et Les Interets de la Prusse Orientale.
30553: SLEDGE, W A (EDITED BY). - The Naturalists Yorkshire. Compiled by members of the Yorkshire Naturalists Union.
29293: SLIM, FRANK A (COMPILED BY) & H L GEE (EDITED BY). - Bridlington 1899-1949 [JubileeHandbook].
29787: SLINGSBY, F WILLIAM. (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of the Parish Church of Allerton Mauleverer (bound with ) The Registers of Askham Richard in the Ainsty of York 1579-1812. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Volume XXXI].
22657: SMALL, JOHN WILLIAM. - Scottish Woodwork of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Measured and drawn for the stone ...
26350: SMART, CHRISTOPHER. - A Song to David. Edited by J. B. Broadbent ...
38589: SMART, JOHN. - Tables of Interest, Discount, Annuities, &c.
35801: SMEDLEY, CAROLINE ANNE, MRS. - Ladies Manual of Practical Hydropathy, (not the cold water system,) ... [With an 8pp pamphlet, bound before the main work, on] Matlock Bank Hydropathic Establishment.
23775: SMEE, ALFRED. - My Garden, its Plan and Culture. Together with a general description of its geology, botany, and natural history.
18620: SMEED, J. W. - Jean Paul's 'Dreams'.
18091: SMELSER, NEIL J. - Social Change in the Industrial Revolution: an application of theory to the Lancashire cotton industry 1770-1840.
22629: SMELSER, NEIL J. - Social Change in the Industrial Revolution: an application of theory to the Lancashire cotton industry, 1770-1840.
31615: SMETHAM, HENRY. - History of Strood.
17926: SMILES, SAMUEL. - Robert Dick, Baker, of Thurso, geologist and botanist.
35765: SMILES, SAMUEL. - Self-Help; with illustrations of conduct and perseverance.
37485: SMITH, DAVID M. - A Supplementary Guide to the Archive Collections in the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research. [Borthwick Texts and Calendars: Records of the Northern Province 7].
16481: SMITH, CECIL. - The Birds of Somersetshire.
36712: SMITH, BERNARD. - Poland. A Study in Treachery.
17460: SMITH, GEORGE - Stephen Hislop: pioneer missionary and naturalist in central India from 1844 to 1863.
18802: SMITH, G. ELLIOTT. - The Evolution of Man: essays.
19100: SMITH, THOMAS. - The Young Artist's Assistant in the Art of Drawing in Water Colours, exemplified in a course of twenty-nine progressive lessons, on animals, fruit, flowers, still life, portrait, miniature, landscape, perspective, architecture, and sculpture, calculated to afford those who are unacquainted with the art, the means of acquiring a competent knowledge without the aid of a master; ...
19141: SMITH, ISAAC W. - Eulogy on William Henry Bartlett, late Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire, ... before the alumni of Dartmouth College, at commencement, June 23, 1880.
19298: SMITH, J. STEWART, MRS. - The Grange of St. Giles, the Bass: and the other baronial homes of the Dick-Lauder family.
19625: SMITH, M. F. - Baba of Karo: a woman of the Muslim Hausa.
20272: SMITH, G. C. MOORE. - A Bibliography of the Writings of G. C. Moore Smith ...
20289: SMITH, JOHN RUSSELL. - Bibliotheca Cantiana: a bibliographical account of what has been published on the history, topography, antiquities, customs, and family history of the County of Kent.
20326: SMITH, G. C. MOORE. - A Bibliography of the Writings ...
22743: SMITH, EDWARD H., REV. - Quantock Life and Rambles.
23615: SMITH, GEOFFREY RIDSDILL. - In Well Beware: the story of Newburgh Priory and the Belayse family, 1145-1977.
23779: SMITH, G. ELLIOT; WARREN R. DAWSON. - Egyptian Mummies.
35178: SMITH, B.S (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1973 Volume XCII. Contents Include: Gauls in Gloucestershire. George Bull. An American in Gloucestershire and Bristol. Eight Gloucestershire Pipemakers.
35176: SMITH, B.S (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1976 Volume XCIV. Contents Include: Severn Valley Ware. Archaeology and the M5 Motorway 4th Report. Paper and Board Mills.
35174: SMITH, B.S (EDITED BY). - Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society for 1978 Volume XCVI. Contents Include: The Guild of Kalendars, Bristol. Material from Iron Age Sites in the Northern Cotswolds.
24440: SMITH, WILLIAM. - Morley: ancient and modern
34771: SMITH, W. - A Short History and Guide to Scarborough Castle.
25777: SMITH, GRAFTON ELLIOT, SIR. - The Influence of Ancient Egyptian Civilization in the East and in America ... Reprinted from "The Bulletin of the John Rylands Library," Jan.-March, 1916.
25794: SMITH, ANTHONY. - Throw Out Two Hands.
26669: SMITH, WILLIAM (EDITOR). - Old Yorkshire New Series (3 Volumes - all published).
27120: SMITH, HENRY ECROYD. - Reliques of the Anglo-Saxon Churches of St. Bridget and St. Hildeburga, West Kirkby, Cheshire.
27395: SMITH, TOULMIN. - Memorials of Old Birmingham. Traditions of the Old Crown House, in Der-Yat-End, in the Lordship of Birmingham. With some notes on English Gilds.
33070: SMITH, A S D (CARADAR). - Cornish Simplified. Short lessons for self tuition. Pronunciation. Grammar. Exercises.
27666: SMITH, A. H. - The Place-Names of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Part IV. Barkston Ash, Skyrack and Ainsty Wapentakes. 'English Place-Name Society. Volume 33.'
28067: SMITH, WILLIAM (EDITOR). - Old Yorkshire (5 Volumes).
28561: SMITH, S. BAYLISS. - Wild Wings to the Northlands.
28565: SMITH, L. H. - The Lyrebirds of Sherbrooke.
31396: SMITH, CLIVE. - Golders Green As It Was.
31394: SMITH, CLIVE. - Hendon As It Was. Volume 2.
31393: SMITH, CLIVE. - Mill Hill As It Was.
30459: SMITH, MARGARET E (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Parish Registers of St Martin, Coney Street, York. 1813-1837.

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