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28431: STEEL, DAVID (COMPILED BY) - Birds on The Farne Islands in 2004. Edited by Margaret Patterson. Transactions of the History Society Volume 65, Part 2.
22980: STEEL, DAVID I. E. - A Lincolnshire Village: the parish of Corby Glen in its historical context.
37858: STEEL, THOMAS HENRY - A Letter to the Right Honourable Lord Dacre, to which are prefixed extracts from speeches delivered at the meeting of the Herts Agricultural Society, September 30, 1846.
38580: STEEL, JOHN W. - Early Friends in the North.
40435: STEEL, JOHN W. - Early Friends in the North.
30215: STEELE, SIR RICHARD. - An Account of the State of the Roman Catholick Religion throughout the World. Girton for the use of Pope Innocent XI...now first translated from an authentick Italian MS, never published. To which is added, a discourse concerning the state of religion in England. Written in French, in the time of K Charles I and now translated. With a large dedication to the present Pope; giving him a very particular account of the state of religion amongst protestants; and several other matters of importance relating to Great Britain. London: printed for J Roberts, 1715. [Bound With]. The Roman Ecclesiastical History of Late Years by Richard Steele. London: printed for J Roberts, 1714. [Bound With]. A Compassionate Address to those Papists, who will be prevail'd with to examine the cause for which they suffer. In five letters: in answer to two Popish books entitl'd, The Cafe Re-Stated, and, The Church of Christ shew'd by concurrent testimonies of scripture and primitive tradition by Dr Hutchinson. London: printed for D Midwinter, 1715.
35190: STEER, FRANCIS W (EDITED BY). - Minute Book of the Common Council of the City of Chichester 1783-1826. [Sussex Record Society Volume LXII].
35196: STEER, FRANCIS W (COMPILED BY). - A Catalogue of Sussex Estate and Tithe Award Maps. [Sussex Record Society Volume LXI].
26904: STEERS, J. A. - A Picture Book of the Whole Coast of England and Wales: an account of variety in scenery and its causes ... With an introductory essay by F. Fraser Darling.
31506: STEERS, J A. - The Coastline of Scotland.
30777: STEERS, J. A. - The Coast of England and Wales in Pictures.
33594: STEIN, MILTON F. - Water Purification Plants and Their Operation.
18576: STENTON, FRANK. - The First Century of English Feudalism 1066-1166 being the Ford Lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in Hilary term 1929.
25629: STENTON, F. M. - The First Century of English Feudalism, 1066-1166. Being the Ford Lectures ...
35239: STENTON, DORIS MARY (EDITED BY). - Rolls of the Justices in Eyre, being the Rolls of Pleas and Assizes for Gloucestershire,Warwickshire and Staffordshire, 1221, 1222. [Selden Society Vol LIX].
35240: STENTON, DORIS MARY (EDITED BY). - Rolls of the Justices in Eyre Being the Rolls of Pleas and Assizes for Lincolnshire 1218-9 and Worcestershire 1221 [Selden Society Vol LIII].
27186: STEP, EDWARD. - Wayside and Woodland Trees: a pocket guide to the British silva. 'The Wayside and Woodland Series.'
30937: STEPHAN, DOM JOHN. - Buckfast Abbey. A Short Sketch.
26341: STEPHAN, ALEXANDER. - 'Communazis': FBI surveillance of German emigré writers. Translated by Jan van Heurck.
36565: STEPHANOVE, CONSTANTINE. - The Bulgarians and Anglo-Saxondom.
15506: STEPHENS, J. W. W. - Blackwater Fever. A historical survey and summary of observations made over a century.
23718: STEPHENS, J. V., ET AL. - Geology of the Country between Bradford and Skipton. (One-inch geological sheet 69, new series.)
23839: STEPHENS, EDGAR, SIR (COMPILER). - The Clerks of the Counties, 1360-1960. With a foreword by... Viscount Kilmuir.
29407: STEPHENS, WILSON. - Windsor 1955. A Background to the Three Day European Horse Trials.
29567: STEPHENS, EDGAR, SIR (COMPILER). - The Clerks of the Counties, 1360-1960.
28162: STEPHENS, THOMAS. - Welshmen: A sketch of their history form the earliest times to the death of Llywelyn, the last Welsh Prince.
38748: STEPHENS, THEO. A. - A simple method for increasing milk production.
17517: STEPHENSON, ANTHONY A. - Anglican Orders. With appendices by Walton Hannah and Hugh Ross Williamson.
44836: STEPHENSON, WALTER. - Norwich and the Pilgrim Fathers: The Mayflower Tercentenary.
40909: STEPHENSON, REV. NASH. - No. II on the rise and progression of the movement for the abolition of statutes, mops, or feeing markets. A paper read before the national association for the promotion of social science, at their fourth annual meeting, Glasgow, 1860.
41083: STEPIEN, HALINA. - Malarstwo Maksymiliana Gierymskiego.
26924: STERNDALE, ROBERT ARMITAGE. - Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon ... With illustrations, etc.
41946: STERNE, HAROLD E. - Catalogue of nineteenth century bindery equipment.
41945: STERNE, HAROLD E. - Catalogue of nineteenth century printing presses.
16255: STEUART, SIR HENRY. - The Planter's Guide; or, a practical essay on the best method of giving immediate effect to wood, by the removal of large trees and underwood; ...
32816: STEUART, J A. - Robert Louis Stevenson Man and Writer. A Critical Biography (2 Vols).
18577: STEVENS, JOAN. - Victorian Voices: an introduction to the papers of Sir John le Couteur, Q.A.D.C., F.R.S.
35315: STEVENS, FRANK. - Stonehenge Today & Yesterday.
25473: STEVENS, DENIS. - Thomas Tomkins, 1572-1656.
28566: STEVENS, LYLA. - Birds of Australia in Colour. Illustrated by Anne Lissenden.
28402: STEVENS, FRANK - Stonehenge. Today and Yesterday Curator of the Salisbury Museum with plans and illustrations by Heywood Sumner.
19831: STEVENS, A. DE GRASSE. - Old Boston: an American historical romance.
16140: STEVENSON, J. J. - A Restoration of the Mausoleum at Helicarnassus.
9396: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS. - Island Nights' Entertainments. Consisting of The Beach of Falesa, The Bottle Imp, The Isle of Voices.
20669: STEVENSON, JOHN J. - The Carboniferous of the Appalachian Basin.
26706: STEVENSON, R. L. - Cameos.
27674: STEVENSON, JANET H. (EDITOR). - The Edington Cartulary. 'Wiltshire Record Society Volume 42.'
29434: STEVENSON, C BERNARD (COMPILED BY). - George Stephenson Centenary Exhibition. Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, 12th - 21st August, 1948.
32336: STEVENSON, ALLAN. - The Problem of the Missale Speciale.
36067: STEVENSON, ROBERT LOUIS. - Virginibus Puerisque and other papers.
23223: STEVENSON, R. SCOTT. - Famous Illnesses in History.
37482: STEVENSON, SYLVIA. - Ride to Battle.
17280: STEVENSON, R. SCOTT - Morell Mackenzie: the story of a Victorian tragedy.
9320: STEWART, GEORGE R. - The California Trail. An epic with many heroes.
36030: STEWART, W K. - Brown's Signalling. How to learn the international code of visual and sound signals.
20475: STEWART, WM. M., HON. - Silver and the Science of Money. [Extracts from speeches in the 53rd Congress.]
21019: STEWART, DESMOND. - T. E. Lawrence.
23126: STEWART, ALEXANDER M. - The Chronicles of the Stickleback Club: annals of the countryside round Paisley.
34296: STEWART, J. I. M. - Thomas Hardy: a critical biography.
29882: STEWART, KATHLEEN. - A Short History of St Robert's Church, Morpeth.
29507: STEWART, WILLIAM. - John Lennox and the Greenock Newsclout. A fight against the taxes of knowledge.
30217: STEWART, D. - The Life and Surprising Exploits of Rob Roy Macgregor. With an historical sketch of the celebrated Clan Macgregor.
34576: STEWART, ALEXANDER, F.R.C.S. - Our Temperaments: their study and their teaching. A popular outline.
35141: STEWART-BROWN, R (EDITED BY). - Lancashire and Cheshire Cases in the Court of Star Chamber. Part I. [The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire Vol LXXI].
44420: STEWART, ALEXANDER. - Our temperaments: their study and their teaching. A popular outline. Carefully revised; indexes and additional illustrations including chromo-lithographs from drawings by Lockhart Bogle.
42401: STEWART, SIR JAMES OF GUTTERS, HER MAJESTIES ADVOCAT. - An index or abridgement, of the acts of Parliament and convention, from the reign of King James the first including the former index or abridgement, and continuing the same to the ninth session of the current Parliament. Digested into Head, in the Order of the Alphabet.
22025: STICKLAND, WM. G. - "It": a book of novel and original interesting tricks.
27649: STIFTER, ADALBERT. - Brigitta. With illustrations by Peter Emmerich. Translated from the German by Edward Fitzgerald.
34881: STILEMAN, MR FRANK. - Barrow Docks and Approches by Land and Sea.
3930: STILLWELL, MARGARET BINGHAM (EDITOR). - Incunabula in American Libraries: a second census of fifteenth-century books owned in the United States, Mexico, and Canada.
38790: STILWELL, GEORGE. - Observations on the surgical treatment of in-growing toe-nail. With a pamphlet by Dr. Cotting ...
25595: STIMSON, DOROTHY. - Scientists and Amateurs: a history of the Royal Society.
28470: STIRLING, R. M'D. - Inveresk Parish Lore from Pagan Times.
34093: STIRLING, A M W. - Coke of Norfolk and his friends. The life of Thomas William Coke, first Earl of Leicester of Holkham, containing an account of his ancestry, surroundings, public services & private friendships, including many unpublished letters from the men of his day, English & American.
34248: STIRLING, A M W. - Annals of a Yorkshire House, from the papers of A Macaroni & his kindred (2 Vols).
38340: STIRLING-MAXWELL, WILLIAM, SIR. - Miscellaneous Essays and Adresses. Also biographical note and bibliography.
41990: STIRLING, WILLIAM. - Some apostles of physiology: being an account of their lives and labours. Labours that have contributed to the advancement of the healing art as well as to the prevention of disease.
44798: STIRLING, THOS. B. - History of the Vale of Leven Co-operative Society Limited, 1862-1912, together with the report of jubilee celebrations and a brief sketch of Bonhill Parish.
35497: STITCH, WILHELMINA. - Tapestries.
43569: STOBO, T. GORDON. - Dunscore : an inland parish and its neighbourhood
36010: STOCK, H A. - Lake Sonnets & Poems.
38562: STOCK, H. A. - Lake Sonnets & Poems.
40749: STOCK, PASTOR JOHN. - History of the baptised independent and congregational church, meeting in Salendine Nook Chapel, Huddersfield.
31041: STOCKDALE, F W L. - Excursions in the County of Cornwall. Comprising a concise historical and topographical delineation of the principal towns and villages, together with descriptions of the residences of the nobility and gentry, remains of the antiquity, and every other interesting object of curiosity; forming a complete guide for the traveller and tourist.
20575: STODDARD, FREDERICK WOLCOTT ("DOLOMITE"). - Tramps through Tyrol: life, sport, and legend.
27482: STOKER, FRED. - A Grdener's Progress. Illustrated ... by H. A. Thomerson.
34436: DR JOHN STOKES. - Foreign Affairs. The Harveian Oration of 1981.
30895: STOKES, H F SCOTT. - Glastonbury Abbey before the Conquest.
32517: STOKES, ETHEL (ABSTRACTED BY). - Abstracts of Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem. Returned into the Court of Chancery in the Reign of King Edward III AD 1327-1377. [The Index Library].
34504: STOKES, ARTHUR H. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Midland District (no 8) 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].
34527: STOKES, ARTHUR H. - Mines. Report...for the Midland District (no 8), 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].
34720: STOKES,WILLIAM. - A Treatise on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Chest. Part I. Diseases of the Lung and Windpipe. With a Memoir by Dr Acland. Edited for the New Sydenham Society by Alfred Hudson.
25986: STOKES, H. G. - English Place-Names.
34163: STOKES, ARTHUR H. - Mines. Report of Arthur H Stokes, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Midland District (No 8), 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.
34210: STOKES, ARTHUR H. - Mines. Report of Arthur H Stokes Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Midland District (No 8) 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.
41897: STOKES, REV. H.P. - Outside the Barnwell Gate. Publications: Octavo series No. XLVII.
41721: STOKES, HENRY SEWELL. - The Vale of Lanherne, and other poems.
35343: STOKES, WILLIAM (HIS SON). - Masters of Medicine. William Stokes, his life and works 1804-1878.
18267: STONE, HERBERT. - The Timbers of Commerce and their Identification.
30263: STONE, MRS. - Gods's Acre: or, Historical Notices Relating to Churchyards.
33028: STONE, CHRISTOPHER. - Eton. Painted by E D Brinton.
16487: STONEHILL, CHARLES (EDITOR). - The Complete Works of George Farquhar (2 Vols).
19772: STONOR, CHARLES. - The Sherpa and the Snowman.
32546: STOREY, T H. - York in 1837.
39131: STOREY, ARTHUR. - Hull Trinity House History of Pilotage and Navigational Aids of the River Humber (1512-19008).
39852: STORR, WILLIAM. - Native poetry: composed by William Storr, grocer, Stinnington, and S. Langdale, schoolmaster, Kirby Knowle ...
26577: STORY, ALFRED T. - Historical Legends of Northamptonshire.
22904: STOUGHTON, JOHN, REV. - Windsor: a history and description of the castle and town.
30340: STOUGHTON, JOHN. - Notices of Windsor in the Olden Times.
31002: STOUGHTON, REV JOHN. - Windsor: A History and Description of the Castle and Town.
32708: STOUGHTON, JOHN. - Shades and Echoes of Old London.
41708: STOWER, CALEB. - The Printer's Manual, an Abridgement ... [With] GRATTAN, Edward. The Printer's Companion: ... 'Nineteenth-Century Book Arts and Printing History Series No. 17.'
18423: STRACHEY, WILLIAM. - The Historie of Travell into Virginia Britania (1612). Edited by Louis B. Wright and Virginia Freund.
20901: STRACHEY, BARBARA; JAYNE SAMUELS (EDITORS). - Mary Berenson: a self-portrait from her letters and diaries.
9186: VAN STRAELEN, H. - The Far East Must be Understood.
42467: STRAKER, G.C. - A history of the organs at the cathedral of St. Alban.
31316: STRANGE, E. F. (EDITOR). - Old Furniture: a magazine of domestic ornament. Volume One, June-September, 1927.
27308: VAN STRAUBENZEE, COL P T. (EDITED BY). - An Invaluable Guide to the Yorkshire Dales. Walking in the Dales. Wensleydale, Coverdale, Waldendale, Swaledale, Bishopdale & Arkengarthdale.
35262: STREATFEILD, FRANK. - Preparing the Way. The influence of Judaism of the Greek period on the earliest developments of Christianity.
36031: STREETEN, ROBERT J N. - The Address of the Council of the Worcestershire Natural History Society, delivered at their first Anniversary Meeting, on Friday, May 16th, 1834.
37512: STREETEN, ROBERT J. N. - Report upon the influenza or epidemic catarrh of the winter of 1836-37. With observations upon the meteorological phenomena, by Wm. Addison... [Extracted from the Transactions of the Provincial Medical Association 1837.] Part V. Article XV.
22291: STRIEDER, JAKOB. - Zur Genesis des modernen Kapitalismus. Forschungen zur Enstehung der grossen burgerlichen Kapitalvermogen am Ausange des Mittelalters und zu Beginn der Neuzeit, zunachst in Augsburg.
17300: STRONG, L. A. G. - Dr. Quicksilver 1660-1742: the life and times of Thomas Dover, M.D.
28539: STRUTT, JOHN WILLIAM, BARON RAYLEIGH. - Scientific Papers. Vol. II. 1881-1887
28541: STRUTT, JOHN WILLIAM, BARON RAYLEIGH. - Scientific Papers. Vol. IV. 1892-1901.
28542: STRUTT, JOHN WILLIAM, BARON RAYLEIGH. - Scientific Papers. Vol. V. 1902-1910.
36965: STRYIENSKI, CASIMIR (EDITED BY). - Memoirs of Countess Potocka. Translated by Lionel Strachey.
37442: STRZESZEWSKI, CZESLAW. - Handel Zagraniczny Krolestwa Kongresowego 1815-1830.
35518: STUART, MURIAL. - Fool's Garden.
23520: STUART, J. A. ERSKINE. - The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire: the literary pilgrim in the dales.
24169: STUART, J. A. ERSKINE. - The Bronte Country: its topography, antiquities and history.
29983: STUART, J. A. ERSKINE. - The Bronte Country: its topography, antiquities and history.
32710: STUART, CAMPBELL, SIR. - Memorial to a King.
39255: STUART, THOMAS, LODGE 125 (EDITOR AND COMPILER). - Book of the Centenary. Including the official catalogue. [Masonic Female Orphan School of Ireland Grand Centenary Celebration, Dublin, May 17 to 21, 1892.]
40223: STUART, J.A. ERSKINE - The Literary Shrines of Yorkshire. The Literary Pilgrim in the Dales.
25480: STUBBINGS, G. W. - A Dictionary of Church Music.
18560: STUBBS, WILLIAM. - Germany in the Middle Ages, 476-1250.
18572: STUBBS, WILLIAM. - Seventeen Lectures on the Study of Medieval and Modern History and Kindred Subjects. Delivered at Oxford under statutory obligation in the years 1867-1884.
35724: STUBBS, FREDK J. - The Corncrake in Essex. [Reprinted from the The Essex Naturalist Vol XVIII 1918].
31449: STUBBS, S. G. BLAXLAND; E. W. BLIGH. - Sixty Centuries of Health and Physick: the progress of ideas from primitive magic to modern medicine.
28400: STUBBS, FRANK.J. - The Corncrake in Essex. Reprinted from "The Essex Naturalist," Vol. XVIII.
27916: STUBBS, FREDK J. - The Mammals of the London District. [Reprinted from 'School Nature Study' 1917].
27915: STUBBS, FRED. - A List of the Mammals of the Oldham District. [Re Printed from the Oldham Microscopical Society's Report, 1905-6-7]
27914: STUBBS, FREDERICK J. - The Mechanism of Plumage in Water Birds. [The Zoologist 4th Series Volume XIV No 828].
41065: STUBBS, WILLIAM. - Registrum Sacrum Anglicum: an attempt to exhibit the course of episcopal succession in England from the records and chronicles of the church. With an appendix of Indian, colonial, and missionary consecrations collected and arranged by E. E. Holmes ...
41357: STUBBS, LAURA. - Stevenson's shrine. The record of a pilgrimage.
36637: STUDER, P. - The Oak Book of Southampton of c AD 1300. Vol I. The Anglo-French ordinances of the Ancient Guild Merchant of Southampton. Vol II. A Fourteenth Century version of the Mediaeval Sea Laws known as the Rolls of Oleron. Supplement to the Oak Book of Southampton of c AD 1300, containing, notes on the Anglo-French Dialect of Southampton (Early Fourteenth Century, Glossary and Indexes. [Publications of the Southampton Record Society].
23764: STURGE, H. WINIFRED; THEODORA CLARK. - The Mount School, York, 1875 to 1814, 1831 to 1931.
28370: STURGE, H. WINIFRED & CLARK, THEODORA. - The Mount School, York. 1785 - 1814. 1831 -1931.
35996: STURLEY, D M. - The Study of History.
34578: STURMER, FREDERICK JOHN. - The Plagues of Egypt, a poem, and other pieces.
44941: STURT, CHARLES. - Report of the cause between Charles Sturt, , plaintiff, and the Marquis of Blandford, defendant, for criminal conversation with the Right Hon. Lady Mary Ann Sturt, tried in the Court of King's Bench, Westminster, on Wednesday, the 27th May 1801, before Lord Kenyon, and a special jury. With an appendix ... a preface, and notes.
28126: STYAN, K E. - A Short History of Sepulchral Cross Slabs, with reference to other emblems found thereon. With notes and illustrations of examples found in the British Isles.
34080: STYLES, DOROTHY (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY) - Ministers Accounts of the Collegiate Church of St Mary Warwick 1432-85. With a memoir of Philip Boughton Chatwin. [Dugdale Society Vol XXVI].
44847: SUFFLING, ERNEST R. - The Land of the Broads. A practical and illustrated guide to the extensive but little-known District of the Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk...
1593: SUFFOLK. - Post Office Directory of Suffolk.
18017: SUGDEN, K. A. R. - A Short History of the Brontes.
41755: SUGDEN, EDWARD BURTENSHAW. - A practical treatise of the The Law of Vendors and Purchasers of Estates.
34731: SUKLOFF, MARIE. - The Life Story of a Russian Exile. The remarkable experience of a young girl: being an account of her peasant childhood in prison, her exile to Siberia and escape from there. [Translated by Gregory Yarros].
23188: SULLIVAN, ROBERT. - Goodbye Lizzie Borden.
20266: SUMMERS, MONTAGUE. - A Bibliography of the Restoration Drama.
23711: SUMMERS, MONTAGUE (EDITOR). - The Complete Works of Thomas Otway (3 Volumes.)
32827: SUMMERS, MONTAGUE. - A Bibliography of Restoration Drama.
8455: SUMMERS, REV. MONTAGUE (EDITOR). - Covent Garden Drollery.
17713: SUMNER, CHARLES - Violations of International Law and Usurpations of War Powers. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, on his St. Domingo resolutions; delivered in the Senate of the United States, March 27, 1871.
44578: SUNMAN, W.R. - Memorials of Mr. Councillor George Mills, of Sheffield. With addenda by Rev. James Caughey, and Rev. John Guttridge.
22942: SURREY. - List of Antiquities in the Administrative County of Surrey ...
37355: A SON OF SURREY. - Ramblers Guide to Dorking and the Surrounding District. A footpath guide with maps.
41047: SURREY - Shere and neighbourhood.
21590: SURTEES, R. S. - Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities. The hunting, shooting, racing, driving, sailing, eccentric and extravagant exploits of that renowned sporting citizen, Mr. John Jorrocks.
26035: SURTEES, R. S. - Mr. Facey Romford's Hounds.
26036: SURTEES, R. S. - 'Ask Mamma;' or, the richest commoner in England.
26566: SURTEES, ROBERT. - The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham; compiled from original records, preserved in public repositories and private collections: and illustrated by engravings of architectural and monumental antiquities, portraits of eminent persons, etc. etc. etc. (4 Vols).
27060: SURTEES, H. CONYERS, BRIGADIER-GENERAL. - The History of the Village and Church of Escombe, Co. Durham.
37495: SURTEES, REV SCOTT F. - Waifs and Strays of North Humber History.
37673: SURTEES, ROBERT. - The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, compiled from original records preserved in public repositories and private collections. Sunderland and District Section.
40559: SURTEES, H. CONYERS, BRIGADIER-GENERAL. - The History of the Parish of Witton-le-Wear, in the County Palatine of Durham.
40366: SURTEES, ROBERT. - The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, compiled from original records preserved in public repositories and private collections. Sunderland and District Section.
40099: SURTEES, BRIGADIER-GENERAL H. CONYERS. - The History of the Village and Church of Escombe, Co. Durham.
40100: SURTEES, BRIGADIER-GENERAL H. CONYERS. - The History of the Parishes of S. John's Chapel and Heathery Cleugh, in the County Palatine of Durham.
42222: SURTEES, BRIGADIER-GENERAL H. CONYERS. - The History of Durham Castle.
42393: SURTEES, BRIGADIER-GENERAL H. CONYERS. - The history of the parish of Brancepeth: together with the civil and ecclesiastical parish and township of Brandon with Byshottles, including East and West Brandon, Holywell, Langley Moor, Littleburn, Browney, Sleetburn and Waterhouses with Hareholm and NewHouse.
41806: [HARRIS,] SUSAN, COUNTESS OF MALMSBURY; VIOLET BROOKE-HUNT (EDITORS). - Golden String: a day book for busy men and women.
22286: SUTCLIFFE, PETER. - The Oxford University Press: an informal history.
23666: SUTCLIFFE, HALLIWELL. - By Moor and Fell: landscapes and lang-settle lore from West Yorkshire.
23667: SUTCLIFFE, HALLIWELL. - By Moor and Fell: landscapes and lang-settle lore from West Yorkshire.
26043: SUTCLIFFE, PETER. - The Oxford University Press: an informal history.
29072: SUTCLIFFE, HALLIWELL. - By Moor and Fell in West Yorkshire. Landscapes and Lang-Settle Lore from West Yorkshire. Illustrations by George Herring.
40140: SUTCLIFFE, HALLIWELL - By Moor and Fell. Landscapes and lang-settle lore from West Yorkshire. With seventy seven illustrations by George Herring.
23672: SUTCLIFFE, HALLIWELL. - The Striding Dales.
39426: SUTCLIFFE, JOHN. - Report on the Line of Navigation from Hexham to Haydon-Bridge, proposed as a continuation of the Stella and Hexham Canal; with comparative observations on the proposed canals on each side of the River Tyne: and a report on the line from Newcastle to Haydon-Bridge, on the north side of the river; together with full estimates of the expence of execution.
41560: SUTCLIFFE, R. J. AND EDWARD D. - Richard Sutcliffe: the pioneer of underground belt conveying.
21438: SUTHERLAND, DOUGLAS. - Tried and Valiant: the history of the Border Regiment, (The 34th and 55th Regiments of Foot), 1702-1959.
40862: SUTHERLAND, W. BRUCE. - Ju-jitsu self-defence. The Bruce Sutherland system. A selection of ju-jitsu and other secret holds, locks and throws.
37862: SUTOR, LIEUT. ALLAN - Two Speeches on Military Discipline and Efficiency, during Court-Marshall at Tynemouth Castle.
39922: SUTTON, FREDERICK HEATHCOTE. - A letter to the Very Rev. The Dean of St. Paul's, printed at the request of the executive committee, for the completion of St. Paul's Cathedral.
16118: SWAIN, WILLIAM PAUL. - On Recent Improvements in Surgery. A paper read before the members of the South-Western branch of the British Medical Association.
44577: SWAIN, W. T. - Popular guide to Boroughbridge and the surrounding district: including Ripon, York, Harrogate, Knaresborough, Skelton, Myton, Hackfall, Helmsley, Coxwold, Whixley, Marston Moor, Aldborough, &c.: and containing descriptive sketches of the principal places of interest.
40611: SWALLOW, HENRY J. - The Battle of Nevill's Cross. Reprinted from "De Nova Villa."
17978: SWARZENSKI, HANNS (INTRO). - Early Medieval Illumination.
29453: SWEETING, REV W D. - The Cathedral Church of Ely. A history and description of the building with a short account of the former monastery and the sea.
21329: SWEETMAN, JOHN. - War and Administration: the significance of the Crimean War for the British Army.
36887: SWICZ, V. - Poland Still Unknown.
23652: SWINBURNE, ALGERNON CHARLES. - A Note on Charlotte Bronte.
32285: SWINTON, GEORGE S. C. - London, Her Traffic, Her improvement and Charing Cross Bridge.
17117: SYKES, JOHN - The Quakers: a new look at their place in society.
39125: SYKES, ALAN JOHN (COMPILER). - Concerning the Bleaching Industry.
34039: SYLVESTER, CHARLES. - Report on Rail Roads and Locomotive Engines. E & W Railway Classics No 3.
37358: SYLVESTER, DOROTHY. - A History of Gwynedd (Anglesey, Caernarvonshire, Merioneth). [The Darwen County History Series]. Drawings by Grace Corbett. Cartography by James Hogan.
16145: SYME, JAMES. - Three Letters on Medical Legislation.
22690: SYMINGTON, JOHN ALEXANDER (COMPILER). - The Brotherton Library: a catalogue of ancient manuscripts and early printed books collected by Edward Allen, Baron Brotherton of Wakefield.
40214: SYMINGTON, J. ALEX (COMPILED BY) - Catalogue of the Museum & Library, The Bronte Society.
5295: SYMONDS, W. S., REV. - Records of the Rocks; or, notes on the geology, natural history, and antiquities of North and South Wales, Devon, and Cornwall.
30344: SYMONDS, REV W S. - The Severn Straits or Notes on Glacial Drifts, Bone Caverns, and Old Glaciers. Some within reach of the Malvern Hills.
28795: SYMONDS, H H. - Walking in the Lake District.
38038: SYMONDS, R. W. - Thomas Tompion, His Life & Work.
38266: SYMONS, JELINGER COOKSON. - William Burke the author of Junius: an essay on his era.
32817: SYNGE, PATRICK M. - Dictionary of Gardening. A practical and scientific encyclopedia of horticulture. (5 Vols). Edited by Fred J Chittenden. [The Royal Horticultural Society].
24817: SYRETT, NETTA. - Magic London. The Royal Road Library Series. No. 8. Illustrated by Helen Jacobs.
36979: SYROP, KONRAD. - Poland in Perspective.
36978: SYROP, KONRAD. - Poland. Between the Hammer and the Anvil.
36799: SZAJKOWSKI, BOGDAN. - Nex to God...Poland. Politics and Religion in Contemporary Poland.
37049: SZASZ, ZSOMBOR DE. - The Minorities in Roumanian Transylvania.
36933: SZTREM, EDWARD SZTURM DE. - Statistical Atlas of Poland.
37001: SZULDRZYNSKI, J. - The Pattern of Life in Poland. XVI. The Situation of the Catholic Church.
39259: TAFT, Z. (EDITOR). - Original letters, never before published, on doctrinal, experimental, and practical, religion. By eminent ministers and others.
19435: TALBOT, F. A. - The New Garden of Canada. By pack-horse and canoe through undeveloped New British Columbia.
27855: TALBOT, C H (EDITED BY). - Letters from the English Abbots to the Chapter at Citeaux 1442-1521. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 4].
20855: TALBOYS, R. ST. C. - A Victorian School: being the story of Wellington College.
36674: TALFOURD, T N. - Supplement to 'Vacation Rambles' consisting of recollections of a tour through France, to Italy, and homeward by Switzerland, in the vacation of 1846.
30970: TAMAKI, NORIO. - The Life Cycle of the Union Bank of Scotland 1830-1954. Foreword by S G Checkland.
22911: TAMES, RICHARD. - City of London Past.
4366: TANCRED, GEORGE. - The Annals of a Border Club (The Jedforest) and biographical notices of the families connected therewith.
32491: TANDY, W A. - The Chained Library in Wimborne Minster.
18496: TANNER, J. R. - English Constitutional Conflicts of the Seventeenth Century 1603-1689.
20501: TANNER, J. R. - English Constitutional Conflicts of the Seventeenth Century 1603-189.
26817: TANNER, NORMAN P. - Heresy Trials in the Diocese of Norwich, 1428-31. Edited ... from Westminster Diocesan Archives MS. B.2. Camden Fourth Series. Volume 20.
33993: TANNER, NORMAN P. - Heresy Trials in the Diocese of Norwich 1428-31. [Camden Fourth Series Volume 20].
28780: TANNER, J R. - English Constitutional Conflicts of the Seventeenth Century 1603-1689.
30275: TANSWELL, JOHN. - The History and Antiquities of Lambeth.
29363: TAPERT, ANNETTE. (EDITED BY) - Despatches from the Heart. An anthology of letters from the Front during the First and Second World Wars.
38486: TAPPING, THOMAS. - The Rhymed Chronicle of Edward Manlove concerning the lead mines within the wapentake of Wirksworth, Derbyshire. The second edition reprinted from the text of the original edition of 1653, ... to which is affixed a glossary of the principal mining and other obsolete terms occuring in the poem, ... and a list, ... of all the causes relative to the Derbyshire lead mines tried in the duchy court of Lancaster ...
26483: TASKER, DAVID. - Readings, Recitations, and Sketches.
23626: TATE, W. E.; F. B. SINGLETON. - A History of Yorkshire, with maps and pictures.
29429: TATTERSALL, C E C. - Notes on Carpet Knotting and Weaving. [Victoria and Albert Museum].
8511: TAULFOURD, T. N. - Vacation Rambles and Thoughts; comprising the recollections of three continental tours, in the vacations of 1841, 1842 and 1843.
16758: TAULFOURD, T. N. - Vacation Rambles and Thoughts; comprising the recollections of three continental tours. In the vacations of 1841, 1842, and 1843. (2 Vols).
5350: TAVERNER, P. A. - Birds of Western Canada.
18302: TAYLOR, WILLIAM. - A Key to the Arithmetician's Guide; containing the solutions at full length of all the questions proposed in that work; being very necessary for all tutors, who make use of the guide.
18628: TAYLOR, HENRY. - Notes from Life in Six Essays. Money, humility and independence, wisdom, choice in marriage, children, the life poetic.
21904: TAYLOR, CHARLES C. - Historical and Descriptive Notes on the Parish Church of St. Mary, Heworth.
34900: TAYLOR, ERNEST E. - The Ryedale Guide. Helmsley and Rievaulx, Pickering, Kirbymoorside and Lastingham, Coxwold, Malton and Castle Howard, with many other centres and objects of interest. [The Handy Guide Series 1].
26096: TAYLOR, ISAAC, REV. - The Mine ... 'The Little Library Series.'
26619: TAYLOR, BASIL. - Stubbs.
27502: TAYLOR, J. E. - Flowers, their origin, shapes, perfumes, and colours.
28317: TAYLOR, A.G. - Memories of Village Life 1804-1913. And Truth in Poetry.
32230: TAYLOR, HUGH A. - Tynemouth - in Ralph Gardner's Day: a fragment of local government in the seventeenth century.
29596: TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER D. - Portrait of Windermere
29484: TAYLOR, ERNEST E. - Wensleydale with Coverdale, Bishopdale and Semerwater. (Handy Guide Series 4). With full directions for the best walks to waterfalls, Castles, Abbeys, and other objects of interest, and fell rambles.
29901: TAYLOR, JOSEPH. - Naturales Curiosae; curiosities in natural history. Taken from authentic reports of eminent travellers.
28312: TAYLOR, REV. C.S. - The Old Church of St. Thomas the Martyr, Bristol. Reprinted from the Tranactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, Vol. XXVII., pp. 340-351.
33211: TAYLOR, ISAAC. - Words and Places: or, etymological illustrations of history, ethnology, and geography.
27838: TAYLOR, REV C S. - The Religious Houses of Bristol and their Dissolution. [Reprinted from the Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society Vol XXIX pp 81-126].
34300: TAYLOR, RICHARD H. (EDITOR). - The Personal Notebooks of Thomas Hardy, with an appendix including the unpublished passages in the original typescripts of 'The Life of Thomas Hardy.'
27455: TAYLOR, H. C.; ROY GENDERS. - Primroses and Polyanthus.
35334: TAYLOR, MRS. - The Family Mansion. A Tale.
23110: TAYLOR, WILFRED. - Scot Free: a book of Gael warnings.
38017: TAYLOR, HUGH A. - Tynemouth - In Ralph Gardner's Day. A fragment of Local Government in the Sevententh Century.
40188: TAYLOR, W. LANCASTER, REV. - The History of Sadberge ...
36891: TAYLOR, J. - The Economic Development of Poland 1919-1950.
39629: TAYLOR, T. J. - The Archaeology of the Coal Trade.
27305: TAYLOR, W T. - Simple Guide to the Priory Church of Hexham.
43571: TAYLOR, JOHN STEPHEN. - Two Humber Keels and their Captain one hundred years ago : an essay.
41230: TAYLOR, ISAAC. - Saturday evening.
39715: TAYLOR, P. A. - Current fallacies about vaccination. A letter to Dr. W. B. B. Carpenter, C.B., etc. : ... with additional remarks on Dr. Carpenter's article on disease-germs ...
43580: TAYLOR, JOHN STEPHEN. - An Essay on the History of Thorne and Parish Affairs in Thorne during the Reigns of George II and George III.
44797: TAYLOR, FRANK. - Johnstone and co-operation: a record of circumstances and events that will be helpful to an intelligent appreciation of the Co-operative movement in Johnstone and of the co-operative movement as a whole.
27480: TEALE, EDWIN WAY. - Springtime in Britain: a journey through the land.
44781: TEDDER, ALAN. - Sunderland East End.
20203: TEETGEN, ADA B. - The Waltz Kings of Old Vienna.
32316: TEGNER, HENRY. - Rhymeside.
34037: TEGNER, HENRY. - Natural History in Northumberland and Durham.
39600: TEGNER, HENRY. - Across the Hills and Far Away: being the account of a cross-country ride by a Northumbrian gentleman.
41050: TEGNER, HENRY. - The Long Bay of Druridge.
41270: TEGNER, HENRY. - The Charm of the Cheviots.
4382: TEGNER, HENRY. - A Border County, being an account of its wild life and field sports.
40503: TEGNER, HENRY. - The Old Man Hunts, by a Northumbrian Gentleman.
21092: [SHORE, JOHN], LORD TEIGNMOUTH. - Memoirs of the Life, Writings and Correspondence of Sir William Jones.
28108: TEMPERLEY, GEORGE W (COMPILED BY). - The Status of the Squirrel in Northumberland and Durham. [Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne (New Series) Vol X No 4].
42052: TEMPERLEY, GEORGE W. - A History of the Birds of Durham. [Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne (New Series) Vol IX.]
36755: TEMPEST, E V. - The New Life in Rumania.
44417: N[ELSON], W[ILLIAM], OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE. - The office and authority of a justice of peace: collected out of all the books, whether of common or statute law, hitherto written on that subject. Shewing also the duty of constables, commissioners of sewers, coroners, overseers of the poor, surveyors of the highways, church-wardens, and other parish officers: digested under alphabetical titles. To which are added, precedents, of indictments and warrants, never before printed. Very useful for justices of the peace, coroners, sheriffs, clerks of the assizes, and of the peace, and of all others concern'd in such matters.
35923: TEMPLEMAN, GEOFFREY. - The Sheriffs of Warwickshire in the Thirteenth Century. [Dugdale Society Occasional Papers No 7].
24040: TENNANT, CHARLES. - The Radical Laird: a biography of George Kinloch, 1775-1833.
44979: TENNYSON, ALFRED. - Crossing the bar.
35769: TERRY, JEAN F. - Northumberland Yesterday and Today.
35546: TERRY, JEAN F. - Northumberland Yesterday and Today.
31788: TERRY, CHARLES SANFORD (EDITED BY). - The Chevalier de St George and the Jacobite Movements of 1701-1720. [Scottish History from Contemporary Writers No IV].
23372: TESSMAN, GUNTER. - Die Bubi auf Fernando Poo: Volkerkundliche Einzelbeschhreibung eines Westafrikanischen Negerstammes.
17189: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE - The History of Samuel Titmarsh and the Great Hoggarty Diamond. Illustrations by Hugh Thomson.
29756: THACKERAY, W M. - The Four Georges.
37274: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE; HUGH THOMSON (ILLUSTRATOR). - The History of Samuel Titmarsh and The Great Hoggarty Diamond.
8635: THIRSTRAM, H. B., REV. - Scenes in the East. Consisting of twelve coloured photographic views of places mentioned in the Bible, with descriptive letter-press.
41851: THOM, M.D. - Tricky golf rules. Illustrated by MALC of the "Evening Standard."
19895: THOMAS, H. B.; ROBERT SCOTT. - Uganda.
22630: THOMAS, MAURICE WALTON. - The Early Factory Legislation: a study in legislative and administrative evolution.
26274: THOMAS, GRAHAM STUART. - The Complete Flower Paintings and Drawings ... With an essay and notes by the artist ...
33578: THOMAS, JOHN. - The West Highland Railway. The history of the railways of the Scottish Highlands - Vol. 1.
32475: THOMAS, EDWARD. - Oxford. Painted by John Fulleylove.
26134: THOMAS, DONALD. - Charge! Hurrah! Hurrah! A life of Cardigan of Balaclava.
35094: THOMAS, DAVID. - Agriculture in Wales during the Napoleonic Wars: a study in the geographical interpretation of historical sources.
34164: THOMAS, HAROLD. - Pendwll Colliery Explosion 1889. Report to the Right Hon. The Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an accident at the Penwll Pitt of the Brynmally Colliery at Moss, on the 13th March 1889. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
39180: THOMAS, EDWARD. - Oxford. Painted by John Fulleylove.
44348: THOMAS BIGG, AGRICULTURAL AND VETERINARY CHEMIST. - Sheep & lamb-dipping composition ...
42152: THOMAS, ALFRED. - In the Land of Harp and Feathers: a series of Welsh village idylls.
35373: THOMAS, A H (EDITED BY). - Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls preserved among the archives of the corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall. Rolls A1a - A9.
35372: THOMAS, A H (EDITED BY). - Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls preserved among the archives of the corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall. AD 1364-1381.
35375: THOMAS, A H (EDITED BY). - Calendar of Select Pleas and Memoranda of the City of London preserved among the archives of the corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall. AD 1381-1412.
35376: THOMAS, A H (EDITED BY). - Calendar of Plea and Memoranda Rolls preserved among the archives of the corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall. AD 1413-1437.
44527: THOMLINSON, WILLIAM (EDITOR). - Thomas Whitwell. A biographical sketch with appendices.
1318: THOMPSON, BEEBY. - The Middle Lias of Northamptonshire. Considered: 1. Stratigraphically. 2. Palaeontologically. 3. Economically. 4. As a source of water supply. 5. As a mitigator of floods.
8921: THOMPSON, THOMAS. - Researches into the History of Welton and its Neighbourhood: with a few remarks, chiefly of an antiquarian nature, about some adjacent places in Yorkshire and about the Yorkshire Language.
16888: THOMPSON, A. HAMILTON. - The English Clergy and their organization in the later middle ages. The Ford Lectures for 1933.
18471: THOMPSON, DOROTHY. - The Early Chartists.
18836: THOMPSON, A. HAMILTON. - The Cathedral Churches of England.
22872: THOMPSON, F. M. L. - Hampstead: building a borough, 1650-1964.
23767: THOMPSON, EDWARD MAUNDE, SIR. - An Introduction to Greek and Latin Palaeography.
23928: THOMPSON, FRANCIS. - The Mistress of Vision. ... Now reprinted with an introduction by Joseph Jerome and an essay on Francis Thompson by Henry Williamson.
25262: THOMPSON, ALEXANDER HAMILTON. - An Address Presented to Alexander Hamilton Thompson, with a bibliography of his writings.
34418: SIR ARTHUR THOMPSON. - The Consummation of William Harvey. The Harveian Oration of 1961. [Reprinted from the Medical Journal 1961].
26751: THOMPSON, JOHN. - The Ready Reckoner; or trader's sure guide: adapted for the use of all persons who buy or sell any sort of commodities, wholesale or retail ...
28901: THOMPSON, JOHN. - Francis Thompson, the Preston Born Poet. (With notes on some of his works).
29500: THOMPSON, GEORGE. - Warkworth and its Castle.
29869: THOMPSON, W H. - The Speech of Holderness and East Yorkshire.
30323: THOMPSON, JAMES. - The History of Leicestershire, from the time of the Romans to the end of the Seventeenth Century.
33260: THOMPSON, STANBURY. - John Gabriel Stedman: a study of his life and times.
33824: THOMPSON, REV W. - The History and Antiquities of the Collegiate of St Saviour, Southwark.
23983: THOMPSON, FRANCIS. - The Highlands and Islands. The Regions of Britain Series.
21969: THOMPSON, RALPH. - The 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars: a pictorial history.
40870: THOMPSON, THOMAS. - Researches into the history of Welton and its neighbourhood: With a few remarks, chiefly of an antiquarian nature, about some adjacent places in Yorkshire and about the Yorkshire language.
41401: THOMPSON, MAJOR-GENERAL T. PERRONET. - Catechism on the ballot; A list of fallacies and the answers.
44410: THOMPSON, THOMAS. - Essays & sketches on men and things.
42193: THOMSON, THOMAS. - Rhymes and Songs for Printers.
17275: THOMSON, A. M. WRIGHT - The Life and Times of Dr William Mackenzie: founder of the Glasgow Eye Infirmary.
20233: THOMSON, JAMES. - The Seasons. With five pictures by Jaquier and an introduction by John Beresford.
21095: THOMSON, J. C. (EDITOR). - Tennyson's Suppressed Poems: now for the first time collected.
22074: THOMSON, JAMES. - A Great Free City: The Book of Silchester (2 Volumes). The dramatic complemental history of the remarkable Atrebatian stronghold which became the imperial municipality called Calleva Atrebatum, the third free city of the Romano-Britannic province more commonly known as the ruins of Silchester.
22343: THOMSON, J. C. (EDITOR). - Bibliography of the Writings of Alfred, Lord Tennyson.
26481: THOMSON, W. M. - The Land and the Book; or, biblical illustrations drawn from the manners and customs, the scenes and scenery of the Holy Land.
30842: THOMSON, L.A. - By Bus, Tram and Coach in Walthamstow. Monograph (new series) No. 11.
29924: THOMSON, JAMES. - The Seasons. To which is prefixed The Life of the Author, by Patrick Murdoch.
23957: THOMSON, JAMES. - The Seasons, with his life, an index, and glossary ... and notes to the seasons by Percival Stockdale.
21876: THOMSON, J. W.; D. BOND (INTRO AND COMMENTARY). - Victorian and Edwardian Northumbria from old photographs.
34173: THOMSON, CAPTAIN J H. - Earl's Court Exhibition - Explosion of Gunpowder Accident No 99, 1898. No CXXIX. Report to the Reight Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an explosion of gunpowder which occured at the Earl's Court Exhibition, Kensington, on the 18th July 1898. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34178: THOMSON, CAPTAIN J H. - No CXXVIII. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department, on the circumstances attending an explosion of detonators (Percussion Caps) on board the SS Manitoba, in the Royal Albert Docks, London, on 6th July, 1898. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
34198: THOMSON, CAPTAIN J H. - Sutton Harbour (Plymouth) Explosion. No CVI. Report to the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Home Department on the circumstances attending an explosion of dynamite which took place at Sutton Harbour, Plymouth, on the 13th December 1893. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of her Majesty.
37773: THOMSON, GEORGE MALCOLM. - A Kind of Justice: two studies in treason. [The Gowrie Conspiracy and The Skin of the Red Fox.]
44467: THOMSON, JAMES. - Selections from original contributions by James Thomson to "Cope's Tobacco Plant."
40674: THOMSON, JAMES. - The seasons.
41999: THORN, W. - Eight lectures on the Christian Sabbath.
31000: THORNBER, NORMAN. - The Three Peaks. [Dalesman Pocket Books No 7].
28320: THORNBER, NORMAN. - The Three Peaks. Dalesman Pocket Books. No. 7.
18994: THORNBURY, G. W. - Shakespere's England; or, sketches of our social history in the reign of Elizabeth (2 Vols).
22697: THORNE, JAMES. - Rambles by Rivers. The Avon.
35256: THORNE, SAMUEL E. - Sir Edward Coke 1552-1952. Selden Society Lecture delivered in the Hall of Lincoln's Inn 17th March 1952.
24867: THORNE, H. S. - Northumbria: a selection of photographs of Northumberland, Durham and Yorkshire.
29604: THORNE, H S. - Northumbria in Colour. Foreword by Professor W Fisher Cassie.
26293: THORNE, H.S. - Northumbria. A selection of photographs of Northumberland, Durham and Yorkshire.
17038: THORNTON, WILLIAM. - Speech of Lieutenant General William Thornton in the House of Commons, on Thursday, the 7th of May, 1818, on his motion to repeal the declarations, against the belief of transubstantiation, and asserting the worship of the Church of Rome to be idolatrous ...
39446: THORNTON, RON. - The River Tyne from Sea to Source.
27205: THORPE, T. E. - A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry (3 Vols).
28000: THORPE, MARY & CHARLOTTE. - London Church Staves. With some notes on their surroundings. With a preface by Edwin Freshfield.
19866: THORSTEINSSON, THORSTEINN (EDITOR). - Iceland 1930: a handbook published on the fortieth anniversary of Landsbanki Islands (National Bank of Iceland).
34799: THUANUS, JOCOBUS AUGUSTUS. - A True Narration of that Horrible Conspiracy against King James and the whole Parliament of England, commonly called the Gunpowder Treason. [Faithully rendered into English]. Collectanea Adamantaea XI.
23266: THURSTAN, W. P. - The Faith of York: a souvenir of the thirteenth centenary of the founding of York Minster, A.D. 627.
22607: TILDEN, WILLIAM A., SIR. - Chemical Discovery and Invention in the Twentieth Century.
32487: TILLETT, EDWARD A. - St George Tombland Past and Present. A contribution to the history of a Norwich parish.
27123: TILLEY, JOY. - A Catalogue of the Donations made to Norwich City Library, 1608-1565. 'Libri Pertinentes no. 6.'
21297: TINDAL, WILLIAM. - The History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Borough of Evesham: compiled chiefly from MSS. in the British Museum.
29591: TINNE, E D. - The Lure of Lakeland.
28779: TINNE, E D. - The Lure of Lakeland. Illustrated by the Author.
40910: TINNEY, W.H. - Hartlebury free school. Scheme for the administration of the charity property, approved by the report of W.H. Tinney, one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery.
27226: TINNISWOOD, ADRIAN. - Country Houses From the Air. Photographs by Jason Hawkes.
27233: TINNISWOOD, ADRIAN. - Life in the English Country Cottage.
36720: TISSOT, VICTOR. - Unknown Hungary. (2 Vols in 1). Translated form the fourth edition by Mrs A Oswald Brodie.
29899: TITMARSH, MR M A. - Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo, by way of Lisbon, Athens, Constantinople, and Jerusalem: performed in the steamers of the Peninsular and Orient Company.
28028: TOBIN, ISABEL. - The Parish of Eastham ...
30524: TODD, HUGH. - The City and Diocese of Carlisle. [Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Tract Series No 5].
44557: TODD, THOMAS. - My life as I have lived it. Autobiography of Thomas Todd of Middleton in Teesdale. Compiled by George Reginald Parkin.
23451: TOLLEMACHE, MARGUERITE, MRS. - French Jansenists.
22803: TOMLINSON, WILLIAM WEAVER. - Denton Hall and Its Associations.
22856: TOMLINSON, H. M. - London River.
26377: TOMLINSON, WILLIAM WEAVER. - The North Eastern Railway: its rise and development.
30501: TOMLINSON, MISS (REVISED). - A Guide to Heysham. With a description of its antiquities. Illustrated with photographs kindly supplied by W O Rober Esq and Mrs Baldwin Bent.
29043: TOMLINSON, WILLIAMWEAVER. - The North Eastern Railway. Its Rise and Development.
32767: TOMLINSON, MISS. - A Guide to Heysham. With a description of its Antiquities.
34953: TOMLINSON, H. M. - Thomas Hardy.
35771: TOMLINSON, W W. - Comprehensive Guide to the County of Northumberland.
36019: TOMLINSON, CHARLES. - The Frozen Stream. An account of the formation and properties of ice in various parts of world.
40748: TOMLINSON, J. - Some interesting Yorkshire scenes.
44513: TOMLINSON, MISS. - A guide to Heysham with a description of its antiquities.
31376: TONKIN, W.G.S. (COMPILED BY) - Victorian and Edwardian Waltham Forest. Photographs of the Period. 1846-1910. Monograph (New Series) No. 13.
25618: TOOLEY, R. V. - Maps and Map-Makers.
40360: TOPHAM, W. F. - The Lakes of England. Illustrated with eighteen coloured etchings.
33848: TORQUAY. - Picturesque Torquay.
24925: TOULMIN, DAVID. - Travels Without a Donkey: windscreen memories of Scotland and Northumbria.
9397: TOWER, CHARLES. - The Moselle.
32729: TOWNEND, WILLIAM (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - The Parish Registers of Crofton, Co York 1615-1812. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol LXII].
38191: TOWNER, DONALD. - The Leeds Pottery.
41126: TOWNSEND, JAMES. - A history of Abingdon.
30362: TOWNSHEND, DAVID. - A Lecture on the Ancient Geography of Babylonia, delivered by David Townshend, before the Mutual Instruction Society, at Kettering, June 14th, 1839.
20190: TOYE, FRANCIS. - Rossini: a study in tragi-comedy.
37860: TRACTS. - Manchester Bicentenary Tracts. The Act of Uniformity, its antecedents and results, illustrated in a series of extracts from standard authors.
34498: TRAHERNE, REV JOHN MONGOMERY. - Historical Notices of Sir Mathew Cradock, Knt. of Swansea, in the reigns of Henry VII and VIII.
19012: TRANTER, N. L. (EDITOR). - Population and Industrialization: the evolution of a concept and its practical application.
39764: TREFFRY, RICHARD (EDITED BY) - Select Remains of the Rev. Francis Truscott. Comprising biographical sketches, outlines of sermons, essays, letters and poetry.
25900: TREGENZA, L. A. - The Red Sea Mountains of Egypt.
25089: TRELAWNY, EDWARD JOHN. - Records of Shelley, Byron, and the Author (2 Vols).
39562: TREMENHEERE, HUGH SEYMOUR - Translations from Pindar into English Blank Verse.
19005: TREMLETT, GEORGE. - Clubmen: history of the Working Men's Club and Institute Union.
30099: TRENCH, RICHARD CHENEVIX, ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN. - On the Study of Words: lectures ... at the diocesan training-school, Winchester.
34779: TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULEY. - The Middle Marches. Illustrated by Robert Bertram.
25453: TREVELYAN, CHARLES PHILIPS. - Letters from North America and the Pacific, 1898. With a foreword by Leonard Woolf. [Edited by Pauline Dower].
24727: TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULEY. - Clio, a Muse, and other essays.
22992: TREVELYAN, G. M. - Trinity College, an historical sketch.
17795: TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULEY - England in the Age of Wycliffe.
5401: TREVILIAN, M. C. - A Letter on the Antichristian Character of Freemasonry, to The Rev. W. M. Cartwithen, Deputy-Provincial Grand Master for the county of Devon; together with an appendix addressed to the public ...
31440: TREVOR-ROPER, PATRICK (EDITOR.) - The Bowman Lectures: a selection to mark the hundredth birthday of the Opthalmological Society of the United Kingdom.
36528: HUNGARIAN SHOW-TRIAL. - The Trial of Jozsef Grosz and His Accomplices.
36529: BULGARIAN SHOW-TRIAL. - The Trial of the Fifteen Protestant Pastor-Spies.
44427: TRIBE, TOM; PHILIP WHATMOOR. - Dorset clocks and clockmakers: with a supplement on the Channel Islands.
44778: TROBRIDGE, ARTHUR. - The Sheffield smallpox epidemic, 1887-8. A critical examination of Dr. Frederick W. Barry's report to the local government board.
22725: TROIANI, DON (ILLUSTRATOR); BRIAN C. POHANKA (TEXT). - Don Troiani's Civil War.
27388: TROLLOPE, ANTHONY. - Ralph the Heir.
32445: TROLLOPE, ANTHONY. - An Autobiography by Anthony Trollope. With an introduction by Charles Morgan.
31903: TRUDEAU, EDWARD LIVINGSTON, M.D. - An Autobiography.
35693: TRUDGILL, PETER. - The Dialects of England.
25492: TRUMBULL, H. CLAY. - Kadesh-barnea: its importance and probable site, including studies of the route of the exodus and the southern boundary of the holy land.
32800: ROBERT OGILBY TRUST (COMPILED BY). - Index to British Military Costume Prints 1500-1914.
33528: BOURNEVILLE VILLAGE TRUST. - When We Build Again: a study based on research into conditions of living and working in Birmingham.
16464: TUBERCULOSIS. - Transactions of the Fourth Annual Conference held at the Milton Hall, Deansgate, Manchester June 5, 6, and 7, 1912 ...
39410: TUDOR, RICHARD. - Alms-giving in relation to church finance, considered in two sermons preached in St. Michael's Church, Helston.
42594: TUDSBERY, J. H. T.; A. W BRIGHTMORE. - The principles of waterworks engineering.
28300: TUER, ANDREW W. - Old London Street Cries. And the cries of to-day with heaps of quaint cuts.
30470: TUKE, HENRY. - The Faith of the People called Quakers, in our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, set forth in various extracts from their writings.
21852: TUPLIN, W. A. - Great Northern Steam.
33259: TURBERVILLE, A. S. - English Men and Manners in the Eighteenth Century. An illustrated narrative ...
44985: TURNER, DENIS. - The old gods: echoes from Lucretius and from Greek lyrics and other sources.
18083: TURNER, H. A. - Trade Union Growth, Structure and Policy. A comparative study of the cotton unions.
19022: TURNER, WILLIAM. - The Ceramics of Swansea and Nantgarw: a history of the factories. With biographical notices of the artists and others, notes on the merits of the porcelains, the marks thereon, etc. Also an appendix on the mannerisms of the artists, by Robert Drane F.L.S.
23475: TURNER, J. HORSFALL (EDITOR). - Yorkshire Bibliographer (Volume 1 - all published). Bound with: Yorkshire Folk-Lore Journal: with notes comical and dialectic (Volume 1 - all published)
23487: TURNER, J. HORSFALL. - Haworth - Past and Present: a history of Haworth, Stanbury, and Oxenhope.
25562: TURNER, J. HORSFALL (EDITOR). - Yorkshire Folk-Lore Journal (Volume 1 - all published).
26391: TURNER, J. HORSFALL (EDITOR). - Yorkshire Notes and Queries (2 Vols); Yorkshire Genealogist (2 Vols); Yorkshire Folk-Lore Journal; Yorkshire Bibliographer. (6 Vols in all).
27590: TURNER, CUTHBERT HAMILTON. - Studies in Early Church History: collected papers.
28828: PROFESSOR TURNER. - The Bones of a Seal found in Red Clay near Grangemouth, with remarks on the species. [Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Session 1869-70].
28825: PROFESSOR TURNER. - The Species of Seal found in Scotland in beds of Glacial Clay. [From the Journal of Anatomy and Physiology Vol IV].
31045: TURNER, A H. - Lepidoptera of Somerset. [Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society].
34391: TURNER, G. GREY. - The Paget Tradition.
27253: TURNER, NORAH & AUDREY FINLAY. - The Isle of Mull. A Short Guide to the Island.
35479: J HORSFALL TURNER (EDITED BY). - Yorkshire County Magazine, with which are incorporated the Yorkshire notes & queries, Yorkshire Folk-lore Journal, Yorkshire Genealogist, and Yorkshire Bibliographer. Vol II.
35480: J HORSFALL TURNER (EDITED BY). - Yorkshire County Magazine, with which are incorporated the Yorkshire notes & queries, Yorkshire Folk-lore Journal, Yorkshire Genealogist, and Yorkshire Bibliographer. Vol III.
40162: TURNER, J. HORSFALL. - Ancient Bingley: or, Bingley, its history and scenery.
35355: TURNER, G J & WILLIAM CRADDOCK BOLLAND (EDITED BY). - Selden Society. Year Books of Edward II. Vol XIX. 9 Edward II. AD 1315-1316. [Selden Society Volume XLV].
35350: TURNER, G J (EDITED BY). - Selden Society. Year Books of Edward II. Vol X. 5 Edward II. AD 1311. [Selden Society Volume 63].
35363: TURNER, G J (EDITED BY). - Selden Society. Year Books of Edward II. Vol IX. 4 Edward II. AD 1311. [Selden Society Volume XLII].
8613: TURTON, ROBERT BELL. - The History of the North York Militia, now known as the Fourth Battalion, Alexandra, Princess of Wales, Own (Yorkshire Regiment).
41411: TURTON, ROBERT BELL. - The history of the North York Militia. Now known as the Fourth Battalion Alexandra Princess of Wales's own (Yorkshire Regiment).
18829: TUTHILL, WILLIAM BURNET. - The Cathedral Church of England.
22509: TUTIN, J. R. (EDITOR). - Thomas Trahearne: Selected Poems. Thomas Vaughan ("Eugenius Philathes"): English Verse-Remains. John Norris of Bemerton: Selected Poems.
22510: TUTIN, J. R. (EDITOR). - Sir Philip Sidney: Sonnets and Miscellaneous Verse. Mary Sidney, Countess of Pembroke: Hymn to Astraea, etc. Matthew Royden: Friend's Passion for his Astrophel.
22511: TUTIN, J. R. (EDITOR). - Nicholas Breton: Pastoral Poems. George Wither: Selected Poetry. William Browne (of Tavistock): Pastoral Poetry.
22514: TUTIN, J. R. (EDITOR). - Thomas Lodge: Songs and Sonnets. Robert Greene: Lyrics from Romances, etc. Samuel Daniel: Selected Verse.
37403: TWAMLEY, LOUISA ANNE. - The Annual of British Landscape Scenery. An Autumn Ramble on the Wye.
24943: TWEDDELL, GEORGE MARKHAM, MR. AND MRS. (EDITORS). - Tweddell's North of England Illustrated Annual for 1879-1880.
37321: TWEDDELL, MRS G M. - Rhymes & Sketches to illustrate the Cleveland Dialect.
40560: TWEDDELL, GEORGE MARKHAM. - A memoir of John Jackson, of Rudby School, with his song on the Cleveland 60 miles foxchase. Embellished with two engravings by Thomas Bewick.
41409: TWEDDELL, GEORGE MARKHAM. - Cleveland Sonnets. North of England tractates, No.35, second series.
18286: TWEEDIE, CHARLES, JUNIOR. - The Conduct of Great Britain, vindicated against the calumnies of foreign enemies and domestic conspirators; since the æra of the commencement of the present war with France.
27941: TWEEDIE, GEORGE R. - Hampshire's Glorious Wilderness. Some rambles and reflections in and about the New Forest.
1950: TWISLETON, EDWARD, HON. - The Tongue not Essential to Speech; with illustrations of the power of speech in the African confessors.
18933: TWISS, TRAVERS. - The Letters Apostolic of Pope Pius IX. considered, with reference to the law of England and the law of Europe.
17616: TWISS, TRAVERS - The Letters Apostolic of Pope Pius IX. Considered with reference to the law of England and the law of Europe.
40088: TWOPENY, WILLIAM. - English Metal Work: ninety-three drawings. With a preface by Laurence Binyon.
23879: TWYFORD, A. W.; MAJOR ARTHUR GRIFFITHS. - Records of York Castle: fortress, court house, and prison.
32102: TWYFORD, A W & MAJOR ARTHUR GRITTITHS. - Records of York Castle: Fortress, Court House and Prison.
32902: TWYFORD, A W & MAJOR ARTHUR GRIFFITHS. - Records of York Castle: Fortress, Court House, and Prison.
44361: TWYM, PSEUD. ALEXANDER STUART BOYD. - Childe Ronald's Pilgrimage per S.S. "Columba"
27991: TYACK, REV GEO S. - Lore and Legend of the English Church.
29041: TYACK, REV. GEO.S. - The Cross in Ritual, Architecture and Art.
21390: TYLER, R. A. J., MAJOR. - Bloody Provost: an account of the Provost Service of the British Army and the early years of the Corps of Royal Military Police.
38226: TYMMS, W. R.; M. D. WYATT. - The Art of Illuminating as practiced in Europe from the Earliest Times. Illustrated by borders, initial letters, and alphabets ...
38459: TYNAN, JOHN. - On the history, cultivation, composition, and feeding properties of mangold wurzel. [... extracts from the "Journal of the Chemico-Agricultural Society of Ulster," (No. 12, New Series).]
34742: TYNDALL, JOHN. - Six Lectures on Light delivered in America 1872-1873.
35112: TYNDALL, JOHN. - The Galciers of the Alps. Being a narrative of excursions and ascents, an account of the origin and phenomena of glaciers, and an exposition of the physical principles to which they are related.
41017: NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE. - Souvenir and daily programme of the royal show, Newcastle-on-Tyne. July ... 1935.
33351: TYRELL-GREEN, E. - Parish Church Architecture. 'The Historic Monuments of England Series.'
18917: TYRWHITT, R. ST. JOHN, REV. - A Handbook of Pictorial Art. With a chapter on perspective by A. Macdonald.
20536: TYSON, GEOFFREY. - 100 Years of Banking in Asia and Africa.
34744: TYSON, J C & J P TUCK. - The Origins and Development of the Training of Teachers in the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
28989: UDALL, NICHOLAS. - Roister Doister ... Carefully edited ... by Edward Arber.
26996: UDALL, NICHOLAS. - Roister Doister ... Carefully edited ... by Edward Arber.
44392: ANTI-SOCIALIST UNION. - Where socialism has failed.
17733: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, DEPARTMENTS OF STATE AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. - Acts passed by the Legislature of the State of Vermont, at their October session, 1826.
27129: UNWIN, GEORGE. - Samuel Oldknow and the Arkwrights: the Industrial Revolution at Stockport and Marple. With chapters by Arthur Hulme and George Taylor. 'Publications of the University of Manchester. Economic History Series No. 1.'
40237: UNWIN, GEORGE (EDITED BY) - Finance and Trade Under Edward III.
28282: URBAN, SYLVANUS. - Gentleman's Magazine. 2 items, Dec1757 & Supplement. Contains the loss of the Doddington took from the journal of a surviving officer.
28284: URBAN, SYLVANUS. - Gentleman's Magazine. Feb1767. Contains an interesting Mathematical Table for calculating the distance from one day to another.
32050: URBAN, SYLVANUS, PSEUD. - The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle. Volume 12. For the Year 1742.
44896: URBAN, SYLVANUS, PSEUD. - The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle. Volume 15. For the Year 1745.
33709: URLIN, ETHEL L H. - Memorials of the Urlin Family. Compiled from original unpublished documents. With pedigrees of all the well-known branches of the family traced and prepared by Percival Lucas.
33710: URLIN, ETHEL L H. - Memorials of the Urlin Family. Compiled from original unpublished documents. With pedigrees of all the well-known branches of the family traced and prepared by Percival Lucas.
28386: USHERWOOD, STEPHEN. (EDITED BY) - The Great Enterprise. The History of the Spanish Armada.
17188: UTTLEY, ALISON - Recipes from an Old Farmhouse. Illustrated by Pauline Baynes.
35793: UTTLEY, ALISON. - Hare Goes Shopping. Pictures by Margaret Tempest.
22962: UZANNE, OCTAVE. - Les Moeurs Secretes du XVIIIe Siecle.
30960: VAILE, G B. - River Scenes of Merrie England.
36825: VALI, FERENC A. - Rift and Revolt in Hungary. Nationalism versus Communism.
16300: VALLANCE, AYLMER. - Old crosses and lychgates.
26147: VALLANCE, AYMER. - William Morris: his art, his writing and his public life.
31350: VALLANCE, AYLMER. - Old Crosses and Lychgates.
28393: VALLANCE, ROSALIND. (ESSAYS SELECTED BY) - Dickens' London. Engravings by George Cruikshank.
34029: VALLANCE, H A. - British Branch Lines.
22641: VALLERY-RADOT, RENE´. - Louis Pasteur: his life and labours. By his son-in-law.
25112: VAMBERY, ARMINIUS. - Arminius Vambery: his life and adventures. Written by himself.
29980: VANE, W. L. - The Durham Light Infantry...
37777: VARDON, A.; E. W. J. WILSON. - Golfing Hints.
32933: VARDY, WINIFRED I (COMPILED BY). - King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham 1883-1925.
28369: VARDY, WINIFRED I. (COMPILED BY) - King Edward VI High School for Girls, Birmingham. 1883 - 1925.
42115: VARIOUS. - Bibliographical society library transactions and extracts.
35998: VARLEY, W J. - Cheshire before the Romans. [Volume One of a History of Cheshire].
20230: VATCHER, WILLIAM HENRY, JNR. - White Laager: the rise of Afrikaner nationalism.
21715: VAUGHAN, ADRIAN. - Signalman's Morning.
29474: VAUGHAN, RICHARD. - Birds of the Yorkshire Coast.
39607: VAUGHAN, HERBERT MILLINGCHAMP. - Catalogue (with notes) of the Aneurin Williams collection of book plates.
40138: VAUX, REV. J. EDWARD - Church Folk Lore. A record of some post-reformation usages in the English Church now mostly obsolete.
38341: VEITCH, JOHN. - The History and Poetry of the Scottish Border: their main features and relations.
41954: VEITCH, NORMAN. - The People's: being a history of The People's Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1911-1939.
31426: VENABLES, ROBERT. - Gregory's Conspectus. A literal interlinear translation of the first twenty-three chapters of Gregory's Conspectus Medicinae Theoriticae; ... comprehending the fundamental principles and general doctrines of physiology and pathology ...
33206: VENABLES, L. S. V. AND U. M. - Birds and Mammals of Shetland.
26190: VENIARD, JOHN. - Fly Dressers' Guide.
20797: VENN, JOHN. - Caius College.
31527: VEREY, DAVID & DAVID WELANDER. - Gloucester Cathedral.
32356: VEREY, DAVID. - Gloucestershire. - (A Shell Guide).
44609: VERIFIER, PSEUD. [I.E. JOHN MURRAY, THE YOUNGER.] - Scepticism in geology, and the reasons for it.
33703: VERNEY, FRANCIS PARTHENOPE & MARGARET M VERNEY. - Memoirs of the Verney Family during the Seventeenth Century (2 Vols). Compiled from papers and illustrated by the portraits at Claydon House.
26174: VERNEY, PETER (EDITOR). - The Batsford Book of Sporting Verse.
24505: VERNON, ANNE. - Three Generations: the fortunes of a Yorkshire family.
31804: VERNON, MR JOHN. - On the Construction of Iron Ships. [I M E Proceedings].
25872: VERRILL, A. HYATT. - Islands and Their Mysteries.
25521: VERSEY, H. C. - Geology and Scenery of the Countryside round Leeds and Bradford.
32779: VERSEY, DR H C. - The North Sea Earthquake of 1931 June 7. [Reprinted from the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. Geophysical Supplement Vol 4 No 6.
31925: VESALIUS, ANDREAS. - The Illustrations from the Works of Andreas Vesalius of Brussels. With annotations and translations, a discussion of the plates and their background, authorship and influence, and a biographical sketch of Vesalius by J. B. deC M. Saunders ... and Charles D. O'Malley.
28529: VESEY-FITZGERALD, BRIAN. - Rivermouth. Illustrated by C. F. Tunnicliffe.
18558: JOINVILLE; VILLEHARDOUIN. - Chronicles of the Crusades. Translated with an introduction by M.R.B. Shaw.
26990: VILLIERS, GEORGE. - The Rehearsal ... With illustrations from previous plays, etc. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
16246: VINCENT, J. E. - The Land Question in South Wales. A defence of the landowners of South Wales and Monmouthshire.
34008: VINCENT, JOHN A C (EDITED BY). - Lancashire Lay Subsidies, being an examination of the Lay Subsidt Rolls remaining in the Public Record Office, london from Henry III to Charles II. Volume I. Henry III to Edward I 1216-1307. [Record Society of Lancashire & Cheshire Volume XXVII].
37076: VINECOUR, EARL. - Polish Jews. The Final Chapter. Photographs by Chuck Fishman.
42263: DE VINNE, THEODORE LOW. - The invention of printing: a collection of facts and opinions descriptive of early prints and playing cards, the block-books of the fifteenth century, the legend of Lourens Janszoon Coster of Haarlem, and the work of John Gutenberg and his associates.
42131: DE VINNE, THEODORE L. - A treatise on title-pages. With numerous illustrations in facsimile and some observations on the early and recent printing of books.
42118: DE VINNE, THEODORE L. - Manual of printing office practise. Reprinted from the original edition of 1883, with an introductory note by Douglas C. McMurtrie.
35360: VINOGRADOFF, SIR PAUL & LUDWIK EHRLICH (EDITED BY). - Selden Society. Year Books of Edward II. Vol XIII. 6 Edward II. AD 1312-1313. [Selden Society Volume XXXIV].
35359: VINOGRADOFF, SIR PAUL & LUDWIK EHRLICH (EDITED BY). - Selden Society. Year Books of Edward II. Vol XIV Part I. 6 Edward II. AD 1312-1313. [Selden Society Volume XXXVIII].
24188: VIRMAITRE, CHARLES. - Les Flagellants et les Flagelles de Paris, et autre chroniques clandestines.
36998: VITCU, DUMITRU. - Diplomats of the Union. [Bibliotheca Historica Romaniae Monographs XXVI].
42325: VITLCHKOVSKY, S. - Tsarskoe Selo.
42157: VIVIAN, A. PENDARVES. - Wanderings in the Western Land.
24557: VIVIAN, HERBERT. - Tunisia and the Modern Barbary Pirates.
29425: VOITI, HERBERT (EDITED BY). - The Study of the Personal Names of the British Isles. Proceedings of a working conference at Erlangen 21-24 September 1975.
33058: VOITL, HERBERT (EDITED BY). - The Study of the Personal Names of the British Isles. Proceedings of the Working Conference at Erlangen 21-24 September 1975.
31512: VOITL, HERBERT (EDITED BY). - The Study of the Personal Names of the British Isles. Proceedings of a Working Conference at Erlangen 21-24 September 1975.
34658: VULLIAUD, PAUL. - Les Paroles d'un Croyant de Lamennais. 'Les Grands Evenements Litteraires Premiere Serie.'
33402: WADDINGTON-FEATHER, JOHN. - Leeds: the heart of Yorkshire. A history and guide to the city and its surroundings.
30896: WADDINGTON. - Waddingons Practical and Pictorial Guide to Helmsley, Rievaulx Abbey, and Kirbymoorside.
21728: WADE, WILLOUGHBY FRANCIS. - Report on a Case of Railway Injury.
35895: WADE, H O. - The Pennine Way in Twenty Days.
23616: WADE, B. - Yorkshire's Ruined Abbeys.
30430: WADE, CHRISTOPHER (COMPILED BY). - The Streets of Hampstead. A survey of their origins and names, their historic houses and famous residents.
30392: WADE, JAMES A. - History of St Mary's Abbey, Melrose, the Monastery of Old Melrose, and the Town and Parish of Melrose.
28102: WADE, H O. - On Foot in Northumberland. Part Two - Further Exploration of the National Park and the Nurthumbrian Coast.
19490: WADIA, ARDASER SORABJEE N. - A Thousand Miles up the Amazon: being impressions of a pleasure cruise to North Brazil via Oporto, Lisbon, and Madeira.
24886: WAGGOTT, ERIC. - Jackson's Town: the story of the creation of West Hartlepool and the success and downfall of its founder, Ralph Ward Jackson. Including the Battle for Christ Church.
35543: WAGGOTT, ERIC. - Jackson's Town. The story of the creation of West Hartlepool and the success and downfall of its founder, Ralph Ward Jackson.
26837: WAGNER, ANTHONY RICHARD. - English Genealogy.
37123: WAGNER, LIEUTENANT HERMENEGILD. - With the Victorious Bulgarians.
28276: WAILES, THOMAS.W. - On The Raising of the Wrecked Steamship " Peer of the Realm."
8716: WAINWRIGHT, JOHN W. - The Medical Surgical Knowledge of William Shakespere. With explanatory notes.
32148: WAINWRIGHT, A. - Walks in Limestone Country.
8848: WAITE, ARTHUR EDWARD. - The Holy Grail its Legends and Symbolism. An explanatory survey of their embodiment in romance literature and a critical study of the interpretations placed thereon.
32289: WAITE, W. HALLSWORTH - Shakespeare's Stratford. A Pictorial Pilgrimage.
16713: WAKE, JOAN. - How to Compile a History and a Present-Day Record of Village Life: written for the Women's Institutes of Northamptonshore.
24775: WAKEFIELD, MARY. - Jacobite Essays.
41864: WAKEFIELD. - Proceedings of the Wakefield Farmers' Club, for the year 1846.
35743: WAKELAM, CAPT H B T. - Twickenham Calling. A book for players and spectators of Rugby Football. Foreword by Adrian Stoop.
29752: WALBRAN, JOHN RICHARD. - A Guide to Ripon, Fountains Abbey, Harrogate, Bolton Priory, and Several Places of Interest in the Vicinity. [Revised by the Rev Canon Raine and Mr William Fowler Stephenson].
20935: WALCOTT, MACKENZIE E. C. - Traditions and Customs of Cathedrals.
33664: WALCOTT, MACKENZIE E C. - Memorials of Bristol.
40714: WALCOTT, MACKENZIE E.C. - Memorials of Lincoln and the Cathedral.
36021: WALDIE, GEORGE. - A History of the Town and Palace of Linlithgow, with notices, historical and antiquarian, places of interest in the neighbourhodd.
22079: WALDSTEIN, CHARLES. - Essays on the Art of Pheidias.
42198: NORTH WALES. - Black's Picturesque Guide to North Wales.
24106: THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES. - Bibliotheca Celtica. A register of publications relating to Wales and the Celtic Peoples and languages for the years 1927 and 1928.
24107: THE NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES. - Bibliotheca Celtica. A register of publications relating to Wales and the Celtic Peoples and languages for the years 1924-26.
41045: OWEN OF WALES. - Sketches about Wales. Containing how a Queen of England fell in love with a Welshman. The march of "Cambria's five hundred." A visit to the last resting place of Prince Llewellyn, the last native Prince of Wales. Iolo Morganwg.
32108: WALFORD, EDWARD. - Tales of our Great Families.
33725: WALFORD, EDWARD. - Chapters from Family Chests (2 Vols).
37159: WALFORD, CORNELIUS. - Fairs, Past and Present: a chapter in the history of commerce. 'Antiquary's Library Series.'
36934: WALISZEWSKI, K. - Poland the Unknown. Translated from the French.
8755: WALKER, JAMES. J. (EDITOR). - The Natural History of the Oxford District.
9344: WALKER, J. HUBERT. - Walking in the Alps.
20096: WALKER, ERNEST. - A History of Music in England. Revised and enlarged by J. A. Westrup.
20559: WALKER, FRANCIS A. - Political Economy.
20917: WALKER, R. A. (EDITOR). - The Best of Beardsley.
21398: WALKER, G. GOOLD. - The Honourable Artillery Company, 1537-1926.
21399: WALKER, G. GOOLD. - The Honourable Artillery Company, 1537-1926.
22771: WALKER, GEORGE GRAHAM. - Churches of the Banbury Area. Drawings of the churches in the Deanery of Deddington and some others.
23801: WALKER, DORA M. - They Labour Mightily: a tale of inshore fishing in war and peace.
24699: WALKER, T. E. C.; SYDNEY WARNER. - Durham Twixt Tyne and Tees. The King's England Series.
24724: WALKER, T. E. C.; SYDNEY WARNER. - Durham Twixt Tyne and Tees. The King's England Series.
27236: WALKER ART GALLERY, LIVERPOOL. - Foreign Catalogue: paintings, drawings, watercolours, tapestry, sculpture, silver, ceramics, prints, photographs (2 Vols).
28034: WALKER, T. E. C.; SYDNEY WARNER. - Durham Twixt Tyne and Tees. 'The King's England Series.'
30918: WALKER, JOHN W. - Saint Helen Church Sandal Magna. A brief architectural and historical description.
28894: WALKER, JOHN W. - Saint Helen's Church Sandal Magna. A brief architectural and historical description.
29823: WALKER, GEORGE. - Craigdam and its Ministers the Rev William Brown and the Rev Patrick Robertson.
33202: WALKER, T. E. C.; SYDNEY WARNER. - Durham Twixt Tyne and Tees. 'The King's England Series.'
23350: WALKER, J. E. S. (COMPILER). - Hull and East Riding Clocks and Watches, and their London origins, including a directory of their makers before 1900.
36610: WALKER, MRS. - Untrodden Paths in Roumania.
37324: WALKER, H AND J AND BM. - Recollections: Sixty Years Ago and Onwards.
34258: WALKER, W. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Scotland District (No I) to his Majesty's Secretary of Stae for the Home Department, under the Coal Mines Regulation Acts 1887 to 1908, the Metalliferous Mines Regulation Acts 1872 and 1875, and the Quarries Act 1894. For the year 1910. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty].
38956: WALKER, ALEXANDER. - Disblair 1634-1884, or, An Old Oak Panel and something thereon.
39040: WALKER, THOMAS. - The Original. [Comprising 29 issues] No. I. Wednesday, May 20, 1835 - No. XXIX. Wednesday , Dec. 2, 1835. [inclusive.]
44856: WALKER, BENJAMIN. - Saint Philip's Church Birmingham, and its groom-porter architect. 'Reprinted from The Central Literary Magazine, Vol.xxx.'
44364: WALKER, JOHN. - Essays on natural history and rural economy.
42324: WALKINGHAME, FRANCIS. - The tutor's assistant; being a compendium of arithmetic and a complete question-book ...
20112: WALL, J. CHARLES. - The Monastic Church of Lestingham.
9219: WALL, BERNARD. - Italian Art, Life and Landscape.
35452: J CHARLES WALL. - The Monastic Church of Lestingham. Introduction by Rev J S Salman.
9185: WALLACE, H. FRANK. - Hunting Winds.
19989: WALLACE, D. MACKENZIE. - Russia (2 Vols).
32073: WALLACE, H FRANK. - A Stuart Sketch Book 1542-1746.
33444: WALLACE, GEORGE. - The Nature and Descent of Ancient Peerages, connected with the State of Scotland, the origin of tenures, the succession of fiefs, and the constitution of parliament in that country: a discourse addressed to the Rt. Hon. William Earl of Mansfield, Lord Chief Justice of England.
20534: WALLACE, WILLIAM. - Enterprise First: the relationship of the state to industry, with particular reference to private enterprise.
38212: WALLACE, J.W. - Walt Whitman and The World Crisis.
41604: WALLING, R.A.J. - A sea-dog of Devon. A life of Sir John Hawkins. With introduction by Lord Brassey and John Leyland.
5372: WALLIS BUDGE, SIR E. A. - The Dwellers on the Nile. Chapters on the life, history, religion and literature of the ancient Egyptians.
17537: WALLIS, J. P. R. (EDITOR) - The Matabele Mission: a selection of the correspondence of John and Emily Moffat, David Livingstone and others, 1858-1878.
17541: WALLIS, J. P. R. (EDITOR) - The Southern African Diaries of Thomas Leask 1865-1870.
17543: WALLIS, J. P. R. (EDITOR) - The Zambesi Journal of James Stewart 1862-1863. With a selection from his correspondence.
23217: WALLIS, WHITWORTH; ALFRED ST. JOHNSTON (COMPILERS). - Official Catalogue of the contents of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, with notes upon the industrial exhibits, and short biographical notices of deceased artists.
31696: WALLIS, WHITWORTH & ARTHUR BENSLEY CHAMBERLAIN. - City of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery. Illustrated Handbook to the Permanent Collections of Industrial Art Objects.
40650: WALLSEND. - Incorporation of the Borough of Wallsend, 9th November, 1901.
21650: WALMSLEY, EDWIN. - 1). Charles Darwin. His Life. 2). Charles Darwin's Work and Teaching. 3). How Darwin became an Agnostic. [contained within] The Month, a Catholic Magazine and Review. Vol. 62, January - April 1888.
5416: WALPOLE, HUGH. - Cathedral Carol Service.
39399: WALPOLE, HORACE. - Anecdotes of painting in England; with some account of the principal artists and incidental notes on other arts. Also a catalogue of engravers who have been born or resided in England . Collected by the late George Vertue; digested and published from his original mss. by Horace Walpole; with additions by the Rev. James Dallaway ... with additional notes by Ralph N. Wornum (3 Vols).
29064: WALSH, REV. R. - An Essay on Ancient Coins, Medals and Gems. As illustrating the progress of Christianity in the early ages.
44357: WALTER, J. CONWAY. - Records of Woodhall Spa and neighbourhood; historical, anecdotal, physiographical, and archæological, with other matter.
21396: WALTERS, JOHN. - Aldershot Review.
23491: WALTERS, J. CUMING. - The Spell of Yorkshire. Illustrated from original drawings by Frank Greenwood.
26569: WALTERS, J. CUMING. - The Charm of Lancashire. ... illustrations ... by Frank Greenwood.
31036: WALTERS, CHARLES. - The History of the Town, Church, and Episcopal Palace of Bishop's Waltham, from the earliest period to the present time. In a lecture, delivered before the Literary Institution of that Town.
41962: WALTERS, WILLIAM, BAPTIST MINISTER. - The history of the Newcastle-on-Tyne Sunday School Union: from its formation, to the close of its fiftieth year: compiled from documents in the possession of George Fife Angas, Esq., First Secretary of the Union.
44372: WALTERS, W. (EDITOR). - Twiss & Sons' illustrated guide to Ilfracombe and North Devon. Special chapters by well-known local authorities, with plans and maps.
18834: WALTON, W. H. - Cathedrals, Abbeys and Shrines of History and Romance.
30772: WALTON, JOHN. - An Introduction to the Study of Fossil Plants.
35469: WALTON, D.C. - The Squared Circle Postmarks of Yorkshire.
40244: WALTON, ISAAC - The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine, Mr. Richard Hooker. With and account of his life and death.
39843: WALTON, JOHN. - Geography of the County of Durham. Adapted to the new code. 'Collins' County Geographies Series.'
36649: WARBIS, ALFRED T. - Fragments of South Somerset. Montacte.
41901: WARBURTON, JOHN - Mercies of a covenant God, being an account of some of the Lord's dealings in providence and grace with John Warbuton, minister of the gospel, Trowbridge. Together with an account of the author's last days.
41902: WARBURTON, JOHN - Mercies of a covenant God, being an account of some of the Lord's dealings in providence and grace with John Warbuton, minister of the gospel, Trowbridge. In three parts. Part three " A testimony to the loving-kindness and faithfulness of a covenant god,....."
8769: WARD, JOHN. - Romano-British Buildings and Earthworks.
16321: WARD, JOHN. - Pyramids and Progress: sketches from Egypt.
19817: WARD, F. KINGDON. - Modern Exploration.
21259: WARD, S. G. P. (EDITOR). - The Hawley Letters: the letters of Captain R. B. Hawley, 89th, from the Crimea, December 1854 to August 1856.
22798: WARD, ARTEMUS. - The Complete Works of Charles F. Browne, better known as "Artemus Ward."
23405: WARD, JOHN, REV. - Skipton Castle: including sketches of its noble owners, and its historical associations.
23657: WARD, JOHN. - The Young Mathematician's Guide: being a plain and easie introduction to the mathematicks. In five parts, ...
23799: WARD, RONALD. - The Postal History of Bridlington and Bridlington Quay...
24291: WARD, S. G. P. (EDITOR). - The Hawley Letters. The letters of Captain R. B. Hawley, 89th from the Crimea, December 1854 to August 1856. The Society for Army Historical Research Special Publication No. 10.
24828: WARD, ARTHUR WALBURGH. - Shrewsbury: a rich heritage.
25814: WARD, JOHN, WESLEYAN MINISTER. - Skipton Castle: including sketches of its noble owners, and its historical associations.
26833: WARD, WINEFRIDE (TRANSCRIBER). - The Registers of St. Margaret's, Westminster, Part III. Burials (March 1666-March 1673), Christenings (June 1681-March 1688), Weddings (February 1681-September 1699). The Publications of the Harleian Society Volume 89 for the year 1977.
28826: WARD, J CLIFTON. - The Lower Silurian Lavas of Eycott Hill, Cumberland. [Read before the Royal Microscopical Society, April 4, 1877].
28796: WARD, E M. - Days in Lakeland. Past and Present.
32635: WARD, WINEFRIDE (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Registers of St Margaret's Westminster. Part III. Burials March 1666 - March 1673. Christenings June 1681 - March 1688. Weddings February 1681 - September 1699. [Publications of the Harleian Society Volume LXXXIX for the Year MCMLXXVII].
32863: WARD, J. CLIFTON. - Literary and Scientific Education. Presidential Address delivered before The Keswick Literary and Scientific Society, on the opening of the sixth session, 1874-5.
34877: WARD, H SNOWDEN. - Durham. [Where to go, and what to take No 8].
26808: WARD, W. R. (EDITOR). - The Early Correspondence of Jabez Bunting, 1820-1829.Camden Miscellany. Vol. 24. Camden Fourth Series. Volume 9. Camden Fourth Series Volume 11.
9227: WARD, BARBARA. - Turkey.
38297: WARD, J. CLIFTON (EDITOR). - Transactions of the Cumberland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science. Part I. - 1875-6. [Including] Harbours and Docks. By J. E. Williams, Resident Engineer, Dock Works, Whitehaven (with plan).
38604: WARD, ARTHUR WALBURGH. - Shrewsbury: a rich heritage.
34108: WARDEL, FRANK N. - Report on the Inspection of Mines in the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire District, during the year ended 31st December 1880. Mines. Reports of the Inspectors of Mines, to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, for the Year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
34510: WARDELL, FRANK N. - Mines and Quarries. Reports...for the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire District (no 5) 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].
34524: WARDELL, FRANK N. - Mines. Report...for the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire District (no 5), 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].
39662: WARDELL, JOHN W[ILFORD]. - A short history of Stockton-on-Tees.
34160: WARDELL, FRANK N. - Mines. Report of Frank N Wardell, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire District (No 5), 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.
34205: WARDELL, FRANK N. - Mines. Report of Frank N Wardell Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Yorkshire and Lincolnshire District (No 5) 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.
44493: WARDELL, JAMES. - The municipal history of the borough of Leeds, in the county of York, from the earliest period to the election of the first mayor under the provisions of the Municipal Corporations Act .. 1836; including numerous extracts from the court books of the corporation, and an appendix, containing copies and translations of charters and other documents relating to the borough.
30848: WARE, EDWIN. M. - Pinner in the Vale. Part One. An alphabetical history of Pinner.
20839: WARINGTON, ROBERT. - Observations on the Green Teas of Commerce. [included in The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine, and Journal of Science. Third Series. No. 162. Vol. 24 Supplement. July 1844].
29879: WARN, C R. - Buses in Northumberland and Durham. Part I 1900-1930. [Northern History Booklets No 82].
28093: WARN, C R. - Buses in Northumberland and Durham. Part 1: 1900-1930. [Northern History Booklets No 82].
30743: WARNE, ARTHUR. - Church and Society in Eighteenth-Century Devon.
18054: WARNER, GEORGE F.; HENRY J. ELLIS (EDITORS). - Facsimiles of Royal and other Charters in the British Museum. Vol. I William I - Richard I.
18287: WARNER, FERDINAND. - A Full and Plain Account of the Gout; from whence will be clearly seen, the folly, or the baseness, of all pretenders to the cure of it: in which every thing material by the best writers on that subject is taken notice of; and accompanied with some new and important instructions for its relief, which the author's experience in the gout above thirty years hath induced him to impart.
33629: WARNER, REBECCA (EDITOR). - Epistolary Curiosities; series the first; consisting of unpublished letters, of the seventeenth century, illustrative of the Herbert family, and the reigns of James I, Charles I, Charles II, James II and William III ...
26124: WARNER, PHILIP (EDITOR). - The Fields of War: a young cavalryman's Crimea campaign.
44928: WARNES, JOHN. - Flax versus cotton; or, The two-edged sword against pauperism and slavery.
33337: WARR, HARRY (COMPILER). - A Short Account of Bradford Abbas.
40240: WARRACK, ALEXANDER (COMPILED BY) - A Scots Dialect Dictionary. Comprising the words in use from the latter part of the Seventeenth Century to the present day. Introduction and dialect map by William Grant.
36481: WARREN, P. J. K., COLONEL. - The Story of Holt School, [Dorset].
23456: WARWICK, ARTHUR. - Spare Minutes; or resolved meditations and premeditated resolutions.
5766: WARWICK, EDEN. - The Poets' Pleasaunce: or, garden of all sorts of pleasant flowers, which our pleasant poets have, in past time, for pastime planted.
30522: WASHINGTON, GEORGE S H L. - Early Westmorland M.P.s [Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society Tract Series No XV].
25681: WASS, DOUGLAS. - Government and the Governed. BBC Reith Lectures 1983.
16253: WATERFIELD, MARGARET (NOTES AND ILLUSTRATIONS). - Garden Colour: Spring by Mrs C.W. Earle; Summer by E.V.B.; Autumn by Rose Kingsley; Winter by Hon Vicary Gibbs.
1465: WATERS, HENRY F. - An Examination of the English Ancestry of George Washington, setting forth the evidence to connect him with the Washingtons of Sulgrave and Brington.
28367: WATKINS, LESLIE. - The Story of Shakespeare's School. 1853 - 1953.
35016: WATKINS, CHARLES. - A Treatise on Copyholds (2 Vols. in 1). Revised ... and with notes of the more recently adjudged cases ... by Robert Studley Vidal ... also added a very large appendix of manorial customs, &c.
43579: WATKINSON, WALTER REGINALD. - South Holderness : folk facts and fancies.
41741: WATNEY, JOHN. - Some account of the hospital of St. Thomas of Acon, in the cheap, London, and of the Plate of the Mercers' company.
16709: WATSON, R., BISHOP OF LANDAFF. - An Address to Young Persons after Confirmation.
36354: WATSON, M R & M HARRISON. - Brereley. A History of Brierley.
18480: WATSON, ANDREW G. - The Manuscripts of Henry Savile of Banke.
22152: WATSON, WILLIAM. - Epigrams of Art, Life, and Nature
25119: WATSON, WHITE. - The Strata of Derbyshire (1811). with a new introduction by Trevor D. Ford.
26020: WATSON, ANDREW G. - The Manuscripts of Henry Savile of Banke.
27474: WATSON, J. A. SCOTT. - The History of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1839-1939.
28273: WATSON, GEORGE. - The Roxburghshire Word-Book. Being a record of the special vernacular vocabulary of the County of Roxburgh, with an appendix of specimens.
31576: WATSON, ALFRED W. - An account of an investigation of the sickness and mortality experience of the I.O.O.F Manchester Unity during the five years 1893-1897. Followed by tables setting forth the deducted rates of sickness and mortality in divisions governed by occupations and geographical situation...life tables...and by monetary tables...with commutation columns. [Independent Order of Oddfellows, Manchester Unity Friendly Society].
31644: WATSON, JAMES. - Jedburgh Abbey: Historical and Descriptive. Also the Abbeys of Teviotdale as showing the development of Gothic Architecture.
31895: WATSON, REV JOHN. - Druidical Remains in or near the Parish of Halifax in Yorkshire, discovered and explained by the Rev Watson. [Read for the Society of Antiquaries, Nov 21, 1771].
36161: WATSON, GEOFFREY G. - Early Man in the Halifax District.
37747: WATSON, WILLIAM. - The Eloping Angels: a caprice.
35331: WATSON, JOHN A.F. - Savills. A Family and a Firm 1652-1977.
24307: WATTEVILLE, H. DE, COLONEL. - The British Soldier: his life from Tudor to modern times.
18840: WATTS, W. W. - Catalogue of Pastoral Staves. Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Metalwork.
22416: WATTS, ALARIC A. (EDITOR). - The Literary Souvenir.
25087: WATTS, ISAAC, REV. - Divine and Moral Songs for Children. Illustrated by anecdotes and reflections by the Rev. Ingram Cobbin ...
32450: WATTS, STEPHEN. - The Ritz.
29605: WATTS, S J & SUSAN J WATTS. - From Border to Middle Shire Northumberland 1586-1625.
35877: WATTS, ISAAC. - Logick: or, the right use of reason in the enquiry after truth. With a variety of rules to guard against error, in the affairs of religion and human life, as well as in the sciences.
36484: WATTS, ARTHUR. - Betty: the biography of Betty Watts.
37242: WATTS, I. - The World to Come; or discourses on the joys and sorrows of departed souls at death, and the glory or terror of the resurrection.
37625: DR WATTS. - Dr Watts Divine Songs, in easy language, for the instruction of Christian Children.
38837: WATTS, FRANCIS. - An Introductory Manual for Sugar Growers.
39760: WATTS, ELIZABETH - Flowers and the Flower Garden. With instructions on the culture of ornamental trees, shrubs, etc.
24172: WAUGH, JOSEPH LAING. - Thornhill and Its Worthies.
29610: WAUGH, EDWIN. - Rambles in the Lake Country and other Travel Sketches. Edited by George Milner.
35824: WAUGH, EDWIN. - Lancashire Songs.
31850: WAVELL, EDMUND MINSON. - Jubilee of the Incorporation of the County Borough of Halifax June 9th 1898. Reprint of the Growth of our Borough from its incorporation in 1948 to the present time.
36329: WAY, DEREK H (EDITOR). -
36328: WAY, DEREK H (EDITOR). - 1851 Census of Cheshire Surname & Street Indexes. Vol 2 Stockport Reg Dist. Stockport, Brinnington & 8 other Townships.
36326: WAY, DEREK H (EDITOR). - 1851 Census of Cheshire. Surname and Street Index. Vol 4 - Macclesfield Rg District.
36325: WAY, DEREK H (EDITOR). - 1851 Census of Cheshire. Surname and Street Indexes. Vol 1 - Stockport Reg Dist Heaton Norris, Hyde and 6 other Townships.
28879: WAYNE, W H F. - A Guide to the Parish Church of S Mawgan-in-Pydar.
32838: WEALE, JOHN. - A Dictionary of Terms used in Architecture, Building, Engineering, Mining, Metallurgy, Archaeology, The Fine Arts, etc. With explanatory observations on various subjects connected with applied science and art. Edited by Robert Hunt.
32633: WEARE, G E. - A Collectanea relating to the Bristol Friars Minors (Grey Friars) and their Convent, together with a concise history of the dissolution of the houses of the four orders of Merchant Friars in Bristol.
33743: WEARMOUTH, R F. - Methodism and the Struggle of the Working Class 1850-1900.
17442: WEATHERHEAD, LESLIE D. - Psychology, Religion and Healing: a critical study of all the non-physical methods of healing ...
32074: WEAVER, FREDERICK WILLIAM (EDITED BY). - Somerset Incumbents. From the Hugo MSS 30, 279-80, in the British Museum.
17236: WEBB, MRS. - Loyal Charlie Bentham. [with ] The Children's Island. A true story. Edited by L. NUGENT.
34411: WEBB, JOHN (EDITED BY). - Poor Relief in Elizabethan Ipswich. [Suffolk Records Society Vol IX].
28079: WEBB, MARIA. - The Penns and Penningtons of the Seventeenth Century. Illustratd by original family letters: also notices of their friend Thomas Ellwood.
30377: WEBB, SIDNEY & BEATRICE. - English Local Government from the Revolution to the Municipal Corporations Act. The Manor and the Borough. [Part II only but complete in itself].
35999: WEBB, A N (TRANSCRIBED & EDITED BY). - An Edition of the Cartulary of Burscough Priory.
37401: WEBB, SIDNEY & BEATRICE. - The History of Liquor Licensing in England Principally from 1700 to 1830.
27004: WEBBE, WILLIAM. - A Discourse of English Poetrie. 1586. Carefully edited by Edward Arber.
30143: WEBBE, EDGAR W. - The Oddfellows' Companion to Derby.
26544: WEBBER, SAMUEL. - An Account of a Scheme for preventing the Exportation of our Wool ... To which is added, an examination [by John London] of a scheme offered by another hand [i.e. S. M.], shewing the defects and mischievous consequences of it; as also, several material extracts from Sir Walter Ralegh and Sir Francis Brewster, concerning the consequences of the woollen trade, and the fatal effects arising to this nation from the exportation of our wool.
34292: WEBER, CARL J. - Hardy of Wessex: his life and literary career.
37168: WEBER, HERMANN, SIR. - On means for the prolongation of life. ... founded on a lecture delivered before the Royal College of Physicians on December 3rd, 1903.
1324: WEBSTER, A.D. - Greenwich Park: its history and associations.
20346: WEBSTER, GRAHAM. - Boudica: the British revolt against Rome AD 60.
27995: WEBSTER, A D. - London Trees. Being an account of the trees that succeed in London, with descriptive account of each species and notes on their comparative value and cultivation. With guide to where the finest London trees may be seen.
31451: WEBSTER, J. H. DOUGLAS. - The Periodicity and Cause of Cancer, Leukaemia and Allied Tumours, with chapters on their treatment.
24922: WEDGEWOOD, IRIS. - Northumberland and Durham.
25988: WEEKLEY, ERNEST. - Surnames.
26172: WEEKLEY, MONTAGUE. - Thomas Bewick.
26254: WEEKLEY, MONTAGUE. - Thomas Bewick.
36498: WEEKLEY, ERNEST. - Surnames.
26038: WEINER, JOEL H. - A Descriptive Finding List of Unstamped British Periodicals 1830-1836.
21798: WEIR, R. W., REV. - The History of the 3rd. Batt. King's Own Scottish Borderers, 1798-1907.
26016: WEIS, FREDERICK LEWIS. - Ancestral Roots of Sixty Colonists who came to New England between 1623 and 1650, the lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and some of their descendents. [With] Supplement. (2 Vols).
20549: WEISS, R. - Humanism in England during the Fifteenth Century.
25468: WEISS, DAVID G. - Samuel Pepys, Curioso.
32131: WEISS, R. - Humanism in England During the Fifteenth Century.
16885: WELCH, ADAM C. - The Psalter in life, worship and history.
27840: WELCH, F B A & R CROOKALL. - British Regional Geology: Bristol and Gloucester District. [Department of Scientific and Industrial Research Geological Survey and Museum].
40810: WELCHMAN, EDWARD. - XXXIX articuli Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ, textibus sacræ scripturæ et patrum primævorum testimoniis confirmati, brevibusque notis illustrati. Adjectis insuper nominibus auctorum, locisque in quibus doctrina in articulis contenta fussius explicatur. Editio nova. Auctore Edvardo Welchman, ...
41036: BRITISH NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL WELFARE. - Welfare state and welfare society. Adjustments to changing conditions and needs. A report by a study group in Newcastle Upon Tyne of the Northumberland and Tyneside council of social service.
30148: WELFORD, RICHARD (EDITED BY). - History of Newcastle and Gateshead. Volume III Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. [3rd Volume of a three volume set complete in itself].
36181: WELFORD, RICHARD (COMPILER.) - A Descriptive and Historical Account of the Monuments & Tombstones in the Church of St. Nicholas, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
39741: WELFORD, RICHARD - History of Newcastle and Gateshead. In the 14th and 15th Centuries.
35774: WELLDON, J E C & JAMES WALL. - The Story of Durham Cathedral.
25403: WELLESZ, EGON. - A History of Byzantine Music and Hymnography.
33684: WELLS. - The Wells Miscellany No IX November 1854. Contents Include: The Holy Places. Rough Sketches of Ireland. The Lions Feast, a fable.
35728: WELLS, H G. - The Misery of Boots. [Reprinted with alterations from the Independent Review, December 1905].
35449: WELLS, IDA CAROLINE. - Lionel De L Wells. Letters and Recollections.
39836: WELSH, JAMES C. - Songs of a Miner.
41740: WELSH, CHARLES. - A bookseller of the last century. Being some account of the life of John Newbury, and of the books published, with a notice of the later Newberys.
32833: WENHAM, EDWARD. - Old Clocks for Modern Use. With a guide to their mechanism.
30861: WENHAM, LESLIE P. - Richmond North Yorkshire. The Churchyard.
38846: WERNER, FRIEDRICH LUDWIG ZACHARIAS - The Brethren of the Cross. A Dramatic Poem. Translated from the German by E.A.M. Lewis. Knights Templar/ Masonic Interest.
42150: WESSELHOEFT, FREDERIC - Choice novelties for printers.
20761: WEST, E. G. - Education and the State: a study in political economy.
39109: WEST, JAMES F. - On wounds of the heart.
33997: WEST, JOHN. - Town Records.
32420: WESTCOTT, G F (COMPILED BY). - The British Railway Locomotive. A brief pictorial history of the first fifty years of the British steam railway locomotive 1803-1853.
25836: WESTLAKE, RAY. - English and Welsh Infantry Regiments: an illustrated record of service.
33837: WESTLAKE, H F. - St Margaret's Westminster. The Church of the House of Commons.
29311: WEYMAN, HENRY T. - Ludlow in Bye-Gone Days.
26327: WHALE, THOMAS WILLIAM, REV. - Analysis of Somerset Domesday, Terræ occupatæ and Index, with a reprint from Transactions of Bath Field Club, containing Principles of the Domesday, and Analysis in Hundreds.
34962: WHARTON, EDITH. - Ethan Frome.
17506: WHATELY, RICHARD - Essays [second series] on some of the difficulties in the writings of the Apostle Paul, and in other parts of the New Testament.
32092: WHATNALL, PERCY G (EDITED BY). - Links with Old Nottingham. Historical notes by J Holland Walker.
17898: EAST INDIA WHEAT. - Papers regarding the Impurity of Indian Wheat and the establishment of warehouses for cleaning and grading wheat, or for storage. 1885-90.
35462: WHEATER, WILLIAM. - A Guide to and History of Harrogate: Its Story, Grave, and Gay, from and before the times when plantagenet Kings and Queens hunted and sported on its stray and its groves...
41033: WHEATLY, CHARLES. - A rational illustration of the book of common prayer of the Church of England. Being the substance of every thing luturgical in Bishop Sparrow, Mr L'Estrange, Dr. Comber, Dr. Nichols, and all former ritualists, commentators, and others, upon the same subject.
28035: WHEATON, S. W., DR. - Preliminary Report on Enteric Fever in the County of Durham.
24087: WHEELER, R. E. M. - Prehistoric and Roman Wales.
28173: WHEELER, MRS ANN. - The Westmoreland Dialect in Four Familiar Dialogues, in which an attempt is made to illustrate the provincial idiom. To which is added a copius glossary.
32374: WHEELER, SIR MORTIMER. - A Short Guide to Roman York.
39041: WHEELER, ANN, MRS. - The Westmoreland Dialect in Four Familiar Dialogues, in which an attempt is made to illustrate the provincial idiom ... To which is added a copious glossary of Westmoreland and Cumberland words.
37409: WHELER, R B. - History and Antiquities of Straford Upon Avon: comprising a description of the Collegiate Church, the life of Shakspeare, and copies of several documents relating to him and his family, never before printed; with a biographical sketch of other eminent characters, natives of, or who have resided in Stratford, in honour of our immortal Bard.
40276: WHELLAN, FRANCIS, & CO. - History, Topography, and Directory of the County Palatine of Durham, comprising a general survey of the county and the history of the city and diocese of Durham, with separate historical, statistical, and descriptive sketches of all the wards, towns, boroughs, parishes, villages, hamlets, and manors. Also articles on the geology, pre-historic remains, and Roman roads and a variety of archaeological, architectural, agricultural, and biographical information, to which is subjoined a list of seats of the nobility and gentry.
22880: WHELPTON, ERIC AND BARBARA. - The Intimate Charm of Kensington.
18281: WHISTLER, JAMES ABOTT MCNEILL. - The Gentle Art of Making Enemies: as pleasingly exemplified in many instances, wherein the serious ones of this earth, carefully exasperated, have been prettily spurred on to unseemliness and indiscretion, while overcome by an undue sense of right.
26969: WHISTLER, REX AND LAURENCE. - Aha.
31332: WHISTLER, LAURENCE. - Sir John Vanbrugh, Architect & Dramatist, 1664-1726.
30367: WHITAKER, WILLIAM. - List of Works on the Geology of Hertfordshire. [From the transactions of the Watford Natural History Society, March 1876].
30345: WHITAKER, W. - List of Works on the Geology, &c, of Cornwall. [Reprinted from No XVI of the journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall].
17501: WHITE, REV. F. O. - Lives of the Elizabethan Bishops of the Anglican Church.
21705: WHITE, BRUNEL. - Original Mysteries for Magicians.
22306: WHITE, PETER. - With the Jocks: a soldier's struggle for Europe, 1944-45.
23691: WHITE, HERBERT. M. - Old Ingleborough Pamphlets. No. I. Old Ingleborough. Talks by the Lonsdale hermit.
23892: WHITE, WALTER. - A Month in Yorkshire.
24754: WHITE, JOHN W. - 'The Charms of Durham' and other poems.
26211: WHITE, [THOMAS]. - Mr White's account of his plantation at Butsfield, in Durham. Received, Feb. 2, 1786. With SMEATON, John. [Material] concerning the hydraulic engine, invented by Mr. William Westgarth of Colecleugh in the County of Northumberland, for raising water by water. [Both contained in] Transactions of the Society instituted at London, for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce; with the premiums offered in the year 1787. Vol. V.
26351: WHITE, GLEESON. - English Illustration, 'The Sixties': 1855-70.
26486: WHITE, ARTHUR S. (COMPILER). - A Bibliography of Regimental Histories of the British Army. With a foreword by Field Marshal Sir Gerald W. R. Templer ...
27172: WHITE, GILBERT. - The Natural History of Selborne. Edited and with an introduction by James Fisher. Illustrated with wood engravings by Claire Oldham.
29241: WHITE, JON MANCHIP. - Salamander.
31751: WHITE, WALTER. - Northumberland and the Border.
31986: WHITE, W. HALE (EDITOR.) - A Description of the Wordsworth & Coleridge Manuscripts in the possession of Mr T. Norton Longman.
35513: REV GILBERT WHITE. - The Natural Hisory of Selborne, and the Naturalist's Calendar.
21875: WHITE, PETER A. - Portrait of County Durham.
40031: WHITE, W. HALE (EDITOR.) - A Description of the Wordsworth & Coleridge Manuscripts in the possession of Mr T. Norton Longman.
44827: WHITE, ROBERT. - Atlas ouranios: the coelestial atlas; or, a new ephemeris for the year of our Lord 1770. ...
42406: WHITE, JOHN W.; ROBERT SIMPSON. - Jubilee History of West Stanley Co-operative Society Limited. 1876 to 1926.
35389: WHITE, EDWARD ARTHUR (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Baptismal, Marriage and Burial Registers of the Cathedral Church of Christ and Blessed Mary the Virgin at Durham 1609-1896. [Harleian Society Volume XXIII].
31471: WHITEHEAD, THOS. - History of the Dales Congregational Churches. With a foreword by Rev Prof Price.
23470: WHITEHEAD, PHYLLIS. - The Brontes Came Here.
37499: WHITEHEAD, MR J. - The District Flora. As compiled by the Ashton Under Lyne Linnaean Botanical Society, including a list of the Mosses of the District. To this added the Hepaticae of the district round Manchester arranged by Mr G A Holt.
44639: WHITEHEAD, W. - Poems on several occasions, with the Roman father, a tragedy.
41396: WHITEHEAD, THOS, - Illustrated guide to Nidderdale and a history of its congregational churches. With a foreword by Rev. Prin. Ernest. J. Price.
20911: WHITEHOUSE, J. HOWARD. - Vindication of Ruskin.
21752: WHITEHOUSE, P. B.; JOHN ADAMS. - Welsh Narrow Gauge Album.
39953: WHITEHURST, MARY - Marazion: A Cornish Tale.
35296: WHITELEY, D.E.H. - The Theology of St Paul.
40518: WHITELEY, DEREK (EDITED BY) - The Natural History of the Sheffield Area and the Peak District.
44702: WHITESIDE, JAMES. - The past and the present: an address delivered at a meeting to the Working Classes' Association, in the Music Hall, on October 22, 1849.
25815: WHITHAM, ALFRED. - Whitham's Illustrated Historic Almanac and Barnsley Commercial Advertiser, for 1881 ...
29783: WHITING, REV PROF C E (TRANSCRIBED, EDITED & INDEXED BY). - The Parish Register of St Wilfrid's Hickleton 1626-1812. [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Volume CIX].
35314: WHITING, REV C.E (TRANSCRIBED BY). - The Parish Registers of Hooton Pagnell (1538-1812). [The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society Vol LXXXVII].
30312: WHITLEY, REV HENRY. - History of the Parish of Sapcote in the County of Leicestershire.
24864: WHITTAKER, NEVILLE; URSULA CLARK. - Historic Architecture of County Durham.
44431: WHITTAM, W. G. - Some of the wonders of plant life. A lecture delivered in ... Settle, ... 1884.
32702: WHITTING, PHILIP D (EDITOR). - A History of Hammersmith based upon that of Thomas Faulkner in 1839.
38657: WHITWORTH, CHARLES. - The succession of parliaments; being exact lists of the members, chosen at each general election, from the restoration, to the last general election, 1761, with other useful matters.
23665: WHONE, HERBERT. - The Essential West Riding: its character in words and pictures. Foreword by J. B. Priestley.
35548: WHYTE, ADAM GOWANS. - The Religion of the Open Mind. With a foreword by Eden Phillpots.
21576: WHYTT, ROBERT. - An Essay on the Virtues of Lime-Water in the Cure of the Stone. With an appendix, containing the case of the Honourable Horatio Walpole, Esquire, written by himself.
35855: WIDGERY, FREDERICK J. (ILLUSTRATIONS); LADY ROSALIND NORTHCOTE (TEXT). - Devon: its moorlands, streams and coasts.
19879: WIENER, LEO. - An Interpretation of the Russian People.
24400: WIGAN, MICHAEL. - Scottish Highland Estate: preserving an environment. Photographs by Glyn Satterley.
41076: WIGGEN, W. R. - Esh Leaves: being drafts upon the memory of an old parishioner.
35924: WIGHTMAN, CLARE (COMPILED BY). - Women at Work in Society. University of Warwick Library Occasional Publications No 7. Modern Records Centre Sources Booklet No 1.
33155: WILCOCK, REV PETER. - Lives of the first five Abbots of Wearmouth and Jarrow: Benedict, Ceolfrid, Eosterwine,Sigfrid, and Hubert. Translated from the Latin of the Venerable Bede. To which is prefixed a life of the author by Rev Peter Wilcock.
40504: WILCOCK, PETER, REV. - The Lives of Benedict, Ceolfrid, Easterwine, Sigfrid, and Huetbert, the First Five Abbots of the United Monastery of Wearmouth and Jarrow. Translated from the Latin of Venerable Bede. To which is prefixed a life of the Author.
8761: WILCOX, D. - Historical and Biographical Sketches of My Mother Lodge of Freemasons.
17806: WILCOX, REV. JOHN C. - John Kensit: Reformer and Martyr. A popular life.
23739: WILD, H., REV. - Holiday Walks in the North-Countree.
28177: WILD, REV H. - Holiday Walks in the North Countree.
22893: WILD, HANS (PHOTOGRAPHY); POPE-HENNESSY, JAMES (INTRODUCTION). - The Houses of Parliament.
34406: WILDRIDGE, T TINDALL (EDITED BY). - The Hull Letters. Printed from a collection of original documents found among the Borough Archives in the Town Hall, Hull 1884, during the process of the work of indexing. Period: The Reign of Charles I until his imprisonment 1625-1646.
18127: WILKES, WETENHALL, REV. - Hounslow-Heath. A poem. The second edition. Carefully corrected and enlarged.
29888: WILKES, LYALL & GORDON DODDS. - Tyneside Classical. The Newcastle of Granger, Dobson & Clayton.
8945: WILKINS, H. J. - Was John Wycliffe a Negligent Pluralist? also John De Trevisa, his life and work.
24669: WILKINSON, JOHN H. - Leeds Dialect Glossary and Lore ...
33839: WILKINSON, REV RAYMOND S. - The Church and Parish of Abbots Langley.
32955: WILKINSON, K E T. - A New Guide to the City of York.
31583: WILKINSON, GERALD. - Epitaph for the Elm.
28114: WILKINSON, A M. - Ripon Five Hundred Years Ago.
33756: WILKINSON, H B. - Old Hanging Ditch. Its Trades, its Traders, and its Renaissance.
37426: WILKINSON, LAURENCE. - No Fruit More Bitter.
39644: WILKINSON, MICHAEL. - Random notes on St. Oswald's and Durham.
39691: WILKINSON, JAMES (COMPILER). - The Victoria Legal Friendly Society's Business & Domestic Almanack for 1865, ...
35406: WILKS, BRIAN. - Jane Austen.
31529: WILLARD, BARBARA (COMPILED BY). - Field and Forest.
31004: WILLCOCK, JOHN. - A Scots Earl in Covenanting Times: Being Life and Times of Archibald 9th Earl of Argyll 1629-1685.
31268: WILLCOCKS, R. M. - England's Postal History to 1840. With notes on Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
23389: WILLCOX, WILLIAM H., SIR. - The Influence of Chemical Research on Medicine and Forensic Medicine.
26059: WILLETTS, PAMELA J. - Handlist of Music Manuscripts Acquired 1908-67.
34864: WILLIAM, LORD ARCHBISHOP OF YORK. - The National Church. A sermon preached at the opening of the Cathedral of St Albans, on October 21st, 1885.
3142: WILLIAMS, FREDRICK. - Our Iron Roads: their history, construction and social influences.
16828: WILLIAMS, CHARLES THEODORE. - The Climate of the South of France as Suited to Invalids: with notices of Mediterranean and other Winter stations. With an appendix on Alpine Summer quarters for invalids, and on the mountain cure.
18228: WILLIAMS, C. W. - The Combustion of Coal and the prevention of smoke chemically and practically considered. Part the first.
18461: WILLIAMS, DAVID. - John Frost: a study in Chartism.
18889: WILLIAMS, H. NOEL. - Five Fair Sisters: an Italian episode at the court of Louis XIV.
19136: WILLIAMS, CHAUNCY K., COMPILER. - Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of Rutland, VT., October 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th, 1870, including the addresses, historical papers, poems, responses at the dinner table, etc.
35947: WILLIAMS, C J & J WATTS-WILLIAMS (COMPILED BY). - Cofrestri Plwyf Cymru. Parish Registers of Wales.
24067: WILLIAMS, A. H. - An Introduction to the History of Wales. Volume I. Prehistoric times to 1063 A.D.
34551: WILLIAMS, HOWARD E. - From Charity to Teaching Hospital: Ella Latham's presidency 1933-54, The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne.
26251: WILLIAMS, GORDON. - Bewick to Dovaston: letters 1824-1828. Introduced by Montague Weekley.
34040: WILLIAMS, STEWART. - Saints and Sailing Ships. [The Vale Series Vol IV].
28235: WILLIAMS, CHAS. - Souvenir of Sir Thomas Browne.
30872: WILLIAMS, M E. - Verses by M E Williams.
29315: WILLIAMS, STANLEY A. - The Official Guide to Windsor Castle. The town and neighbourhood of Windsor.
31088: WILLIAMS, I NEWTON. - The Rogers Turfler Family. A Search for Ancestors.
31329: WILLIAMS, J. D. - Audley End: the restoration of 1762-1797. 'Essex Record Office Publications, No. 45.'
33585: WILLIAMS, NEVILLE. - Contraband Cargoes: seven centuries of smuggling.
35216: WILLIAMS, GEORGE (EDITED BY). - Memorials of the Reign of King Henry VI. Official correspondence of Thomas Bekynton, secretary to King Henry VI., and Bishop of Bath and Wells. (2 Vols). [Rerum Britannicarum Medii Aevi Scriptores, or Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages].
23447: WILLIAMS, W. A. - Rubber.
22344: WILLIAMS, I. A. (COMPILER). - Bibliographies of Modern Authors No. 4. John Collings Squire and James Stephens.
37706: WILLIAMS, FOLKESTONE. - Lives of the English Cardinals; including historical notices of the papal court ... (2 Vols.).
41900: WILLIAMS, DAVID. - Royal recollections on a tour to Cheltenham, Gloucester, Worcester, and places adjacent, in the year 1788.
44787: WILLIAMS, FREDERICK S. - The Midland Railway: its rise and progress. A narrative of modern enterprise.
35362: WILLIAMS, C H (EDITED BY). - Selden Society. Year Books of Henry VI. 1 Henry VI. AD 1422. [Selden Society Volume L].
3794: WILLIAMSON, HENRY. - Salar the Salmon.
16449: WILLIAMSON, GEORGE. - Memorials of the Lineage, Early Life, Education, and Development of the Genius of James Watt.
20313: WILLIAMSON, HUGH. - Methods of Book Design: the practice of an industrial craft.
27180: WILLIAMSON, HENRY. - Tales of Moorland & Estuary. Drawings by Broom Lynne.
29660: WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM. - Hydracarina from Strathearn. The Colour of Huitfeldtia Rectipes Sig Thor. Reprinted from "The Scottish Naturalist."
29074: WILLIAMSON, DR. G.C. - Guildford Castle. A Chronological Survey.
28887: WILLIAMSON, DR G C. - The Guilford Caverns.
31149: WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM CRAWFORD. - Reminiscences of a Yorkshire Naturalist. [Edited by his Wife].
34621: WILLIAMSON, H. G., REV. - Palestine Past and Present.
35286: WILLIAMSON, HENRY. - Salar the Salmon.
23546: WILLIAMSON, STANLEY (EDITOR). - The Third Northcountryman: a selection of items broadcast on the "Northcountryman" programme from the North of England.
23545: WILLIAMSON, STANLEY; KENNETH BROWN (EDITORS). - The Northcountryman: a selection of items broadcast on the "Northcountryman" programme from the North of England.
5739: WILLIAMSON, HENRY. - The Lone Swallows and other essays on boyhood and youth. Illustrated by C. F. Tunnicliffe.
34101: WILLIES, LYNN. - Lead and Lead Mining.
26027: WILLINSKY, JOHN. - Empire of Words: the reign of the OED.
32096: WILLIS, RONALD. - York as it Was.
30984: WILLIS, REV R. - The Architectural History of Glastonbury Abbey. Read at the annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, at Dorchester, August 4, 1865.
31601: WILLIS, REV R. - The Architectural History of Glastonbury Abbey. Read at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland at Dorchester, August 4th 1865.
31844: WILLIS, ARTHUR J (COMPILED BY) - Hampshire Marriage Licences 1669-1680 from the records in the Diocesan Registry Winchester.
33785: WILLIS, DOROTHY (EDITED BY). - The estate book of Henry de Bray, of Harleston, Co. Northants, c. 1289-1340. Camden Third Series Volume XXVII.
33999: WILLIS, ARTHUR J. - Wills, Administrations and Inventories with the Winchester Diocesan Records.
34109: WILLIS, JAMES. - Report on the Inspection of Mines in the Newcastle On Tyne District, comprising the North part of the County of Durham, the counties of Northumberland and Cumberland, and the detached part of North Lancashire, for the year ending 31st December 1880. Mines. Reports of the Inspectors of Mines, to Her Majesty's Secretary of State, for the Year 1880. [Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty].
25977: WILLIS, ARTHUR J. - Genealogy for Beginners.
36620: WILLIS, ARTHUR J (COMPILED BY). - A Calendar of Southampton Apprenticeship Registers 1609-1740. [Southampton Record Series Vol XII]. Introduction by A L Merson.
34157: WILLIS, JAMES. - Mines. Report of James Willis, Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Newcastle District (No 3), 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.
34207: WILLIS, JAMES. - Mines. Report of James Willis Esq, H.M Inspector of Mines for the Newcastle District (No 3) 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.
39147: WILLMORE, FREDERIC W. - A History of Freemasonry in the Province of Staffordshire.
41680: WILLMORE, W. BRO. F. W. - Memorials of St. Matthew's Lodge, No. 539, and the Vernon Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, No. 539.
30012: WILLMOTT, ROBERT ARIS (EDITOR). - Poems of William Wordsworth. Illustrated with one hundred designs by Birket Foster, J. Wolf, and John Gilbert, engraved by the brothers Dalziel.
17437: WILLS, GEOFFREY - Candlesticks.
36113: WILLS, F. ALEX., THE VAGABOND. - According to Matthew. A reconstruction ... of Anglo-Saxon England of the four counties between the cities of Edinburgh and York ....
39950: WILLYAMS, H.V. - Down West. Extracts from the Log-Book of a Single-Hander.
18611: WILSON, CHARLES. - England's Apprenticeship 1603-1763.
18676: WILSON, CHARLES. - England's Apprenticeship 1603-1763.
18793: WILSON, JOHN M., REV. - Earth, Sea, and Sky; or, the hand of god in the works of nature.
18973: WILSON, MONA. - The Life of William Blake.
20262: WILSON, EDWARD M.; DON W. CRUIKSHANK. - Samuel Pepys's Spanish Plays.
20294: WILSON, FREDERICK RICHARD. - An Architectural Survey of the Churches in the Archdeaconry of Lindisfarne, in the County of Northumberland. Containing plans and views of seventy-nine fabrics and sketches of the principal antiquities in them.
23230: WILSON, COLIN. - Mysteries: an investigation into the occult, the paranormal, and the supernatural.
24698: WILSON, THOMAS. - The Pitman's Pay, and other poems.
30570: WILSON, TOM. - Let's go for a Walk. Round about Keswick.
28845: WILSON, JOSEPH. - Memorabilia Cantabrigiae: or, an account of the different colleges in Cambridge; biographical sketches of the founders and eminent men, with many original anecdotes, views of the colleges and portraits of the founders.
30272: WILSON, THOMAS. - The Pitman's Pay, and other poems. With a memoir of the author.
31242: WILSON, CHARLES. - First with the News: the history of W.H. Smith, 1792-1972.
32305: WILSON, BOURDON. - Siskiyou County, California.
33167: WILSON, FREDERICK RICHARD. - An Architectural Survey of the Churches in the Archdeaconry of Lindesfarne, in the County of Northumberland. Containing plans and views of seventy nine fabrics and sketches of the principal antiquities in them.
26473: WILSON, DUDLEY. - The Wilson Collection: a catalogue of part of a small private library.
35499: WILSON, GEORGE HENRY. - A Manual of Dental Prosthetics.
35599: WILSON, JAMES GLENNY, MRS. - Themes and Variations.
41518: WILSON, BENJAMIN. - Our Village: A sketch of history and progress of Bramley during seven centuries.
40506: WILSON, THOMAS. - The Pitman's Pay, and other poems. With a memoir of the author.
41476: WILSON, BENJAMIN. - Our Village: a sketch of the history and progress of Bramley during seven centuries.
40179: WILSON, JOHN. - A History of the Durham Miners' Association, 1870-1904.
19333: WINCHESTER, CHARLES, ADVOCATE. - Memoirs of the Chevalier de Johnstone. ... Translated from the original French M.S. of the Chevalier. Volume First (of 3 volumes but complete in itself).
26942: WIND, LUDWIG. - [The Munich Collection of Ornament.]
44354: WINDHAM, W. - Speech ... in the House of Commons, June 13, 1809, on Lord Erskine's bill for the more effectual prevention of cruelty towards animals.
33026: WINDLE, BERTRAM C A. - Remains of the Prehistoric Age in England. [The Antiquary's Books].
32399: WINDROW, MARTIN & GERRY EMBLETON. - Military Dress of North America 1665-1970.
16573: WINDT, H DE. - From Pekin to Calais by Land.
24495: DE WINDT, HARRY. - The New Siberia: being an account of a visit to the penal island of Sakhalin, and political prison and mines of the Trans-Baikal district, Eastern Siberia.
31877: WINGFIELD, SIR CHARLES. - Observations on Land Tenures and Tenant Right in India.
41709: VAN WINKLE, CORNELIUS S. - The Printers' Guide; or, An introduction to the art of printing ... 'Nineteenth-Century Book Arts and Printing History Series No. 18.'
31089: WINTHROP, ROBERT C. - A Memoir of Robert C Winthrop. Prepared for the Massachusetts Historical Society.
22334: WISE, THOMAS J. (EDITOR). - A Complete Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of John Ruskin LL.D., with a list of the more important Ruskiniana. Compiled by Thomas J. Wise and James P. Smart (2 Volumes).
24233: WISE, THOMAS J. - A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of George Henry Borrow.
31647: WISE, C. - The Montagus of Broughton and their Northamptonshire Homes.
23941: WITHARD, PHILIP. - Illuminating and Missal Painting on Paper and Vellum.
28798: WITHERS, PERCY. - In a Cumberland Dale.
9353: WITHROW, REV. W.H. - The Catacombs of Rome, and their testimony relative to primitive Christianity.
22698: WITTICH, W. - Curiosities of Physical Geography. Series II. Earthquakes and Volcanoes.
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