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The Burning Bush. The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book.

By: DRURY, John.

Price: £3.00

Publisher: London: Fount Paperbacks, 1990. 0006272339:

Seller ID: 5324

ISBN: 0006272339


1st.ed. "Lent is a time for devout self-criticism, for seeing ourselves as others see us and as we are before the mystery of God." Pp.110, name to front free endpaper. Paperback. VG. View more info

Felsted Parish Council 1894-1944.

By: DRURY, John.

Price: £10.00

Publisher: Privately published, 1994.:

Seller ID: 39861


A review of the first 50 years of parish business on the occasion of the centenary of the parish council, with some notes on interesting personalities and places. Pp.69, black & white photos and facsimile advertisements throughout. Paperback, uneven sunning. G+. View more info

A History of Upminster and Cranham.

By: DRURY, John.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Romford: Ian Henry, 1986. 0860254054:

Seller ID: 39301

ISBN: 0860254054


"A brief history of the villages going back to the Domesday Book of the 11th century to include what I feel will be of interest to local residents, old andnew."(Author's preface). Pp.168, occasional black & white illustrations, photos and maps. Paperback. VG. View more info

Domesday Havering.

By: DRURY, John.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: Upminster: Farthings Publications, 1989. 0951549502:

Seller ID: 39300

ISBN: 0951549502


The London Borough of Havering in the eleventh century as described in the Domesday Book if 1086. "Whereas much of the general detail about the period and the Domesday entries are factual, the interpretation of the information into figures and percentages are my own conclusions. Similarly the maps are my own interpretation based on the limited data to hand."(Author's preface). Pp.viii/87, black & white photos and illustrations + maps throughout. Paperback. VG. View more info

The Pot and the Knife.

By: DRURY, John.:

Price: £3.00

Publisher: London: SCM, 1979.:

Seller ID: 9398


1st.ed. "Here is a book for those round the fringes of the church....who keep worrying away at some of the basic irreligous questions of our time." 114, page edges slightly toned. P/b. G+. View more info