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|AINSLIE Kathleen Catharine Susan's Calendar 1911.|
Castell Brothers Ltd, London (1910)
28pp. 1st ed., lacking card covers otherwise fine with later string binding.
|AINSLIE Kathleen Tut-tut Richard II A New Edition.|
Castell Brothers Ltd, London (1910 (circa))
24pp. 1st ed., slight browning otherwise clean in worn and slightly damaged card covers.
|AINSLIE Kathleen At Great-Aunt Martha's.|
New York: Merrimack Publishing (1950)
Facsimile reprint of 1905 ed., fine in heavily creased pictorial boards.
|AIREBOROUGH AND HORSFORTH MUSEUM SOCIETY More of Old Aireborough.|
M.T.D. Rigg Publications (1986)
x + 150pp. 1st ltd. deluxe ed., very fine in original quarter calf binding with marbled boards. 7 x 10in
History of Aireborough through old photographs.
|ALAUX G. and t'SERSTEVENS A. The memoirs of a Buccaneer. - The adventures and amours of Louis Le Golif.|
George Allen & Unwin (1954)
236pp. 2nd impression. Clean in D/W.
|ALBION Robert Greenhalgh The Rise of New York Port, 1815-1860.|
Charles Scribners Sons (1939)
XIV + 485pp + plates. 1st ed., minor toning in margins otherwise clean in original cloth.
|ALDERMAN H.M. The charm of old Surrey.|
Trefoil Pub. Co. (1931 (circa))
205pp + index. 2nd revised ed., clean in slightly worn orig. blue cloth.
Illustrated with attractive line drawings in text.
|ALMANACK The Paragon Almanack for the year 1835.|
One folded sheet on linnen with Gothic design in full decorated green calf binding. Fine.
|AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY Numismatic literature.|
179pp. Nos. 10 - 13. Clean in black cloth.
|AMY P.E. Sunny Jersey. - An historical and descriptive guide.|
Jersey Commercial Assoc. (1900)
94 large pp, oblong folio. 1st ed., minor water staining to edge of rear pages, clean in orig. worn card covers.
Well illust. guide with attractive folding panoramic view of St Helier harbour.
|ANDERSEN and Hans Christian Contes.|
Editions Nilsson, Paris (1930 (circa))
254pp + plates. Fine in half calf with marbled boards.
|ANDRE Rev. P. de S. Marie, C.D. Dans l'Inde Malabare. - Souvenirs & recits de nos missionnaires Belges.|
245pp. 1st ed., fine but loose in orig. worn and damaged blue paper binding.
Well illust. account of Belgium missionary work in India.
|ANDREWS B. The guide to Swaziland.|
Winchester Press, Johannesburg (1970)
194pp + folding map. 1st ed., clean in pictorial card covers.
|ANON The History of Ripon: - with descriptions of Studley-Royal, Fountains Abbey, Newby, Hackfall, &c. An analysis of Aldfield Spaw: and lists of the rarer indigenous plants found in the neighbourhood.|
Ripon. Printed and sold by W. Farrer (1806)
314pp + engraved frontispiece and one engraved plate. 2nd ed., very fine in fine modern quarter green calf with marbled boards.
|ANON The Life of John Metcalf, - commonly called Blind Jack of Knaresbro' containing many entertaining anecdotes of his exploits in hunting, card playing, &c., also an amusing account of his elopement and marriage to Miss Benson. His career as a soldier; also a full account of his contracts for making roads, errecting bridges, and other undertakings, which brought him into public notice as a most extraordinary character.|
J. Johnson, Leeds (1870 (circa))
30pp +  1st ed., fine in original illustrated paper covers.
A very scarce work.
|ANON The Legend of Saint Robert, - the Hermit of knaresborough.|
Knaresborough: Printed by J.D. Hannam, High Street (1877)
8pp. 1st ed., slightly soiled. Pamphlet.
|ANON The identification of the writer of the anonymous letter to Lord Monteagle in 1605.|
Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd., London (1916)
ix + 26pp + 5 plates. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn original boards. 8 x 10.5in
Analysis of the letter sent to warn Lord Monteagle not to attend Parliament on the day of the Gunpowder Plot with photo plates of the letter and an explanation of who the writer probably was.
|ANON The narrative of Captain David Woodward and four seamen, - who lost their ship while in a boat at sea, and surrendered themselves up to the Malays in the island of Celebes.|
Dawsons of Pall Mall, London (1969)
xxxii + 235pp + 2 folding maps. Facsimile reprint of 1805 second ed., very fine in cloth.
|ANON Facts about Nepal.|
Department of Information, Nepal (1970)
53pp + two plates. 2nd ltd. ed. of 2000 copies. Clean in card covers.
|ANON Table of Distances - between Stations, Junctions, &c., on London Brighton and South Coast Railway. January 1901.|
Ian Allan Ltd. (1990 (circa))
29 large pp. Facsimile reprint, fine in original black cloth. 11 x 10in
Contains many detailed coloured maps.