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Publisher: Lincoln: City of Lincoln Education Committee, 1939.:
Seller ID: 30492
1st ed. Pp.231, b/w frontis. + 11 further b/w plates, many line drawings by Austin Garland and Herbert Steadman, maps to endpapers + 4 further maps, gift inscription to inner free endpaper. Green cloth, gilt title and heraldic shield motif to front, gilt title to spine. VG. View more info
By: ADAMS, Eddie.
Publisher: London: Gloucester Court Reminiscence Group, 2004. 0953821234:
Seller ID: 43504
1st edition. "Grave Matters is designed as a walk of about two hours which will take the participants to a cross section of the interesting and famous people buried in Kensal Green. The aim is to provide information about the times and the lives of those whose graves are visited - be they famous or infamous". 21cms x 24cms. Ring binding. Pp.52, black & white and colour photos and illustrations throughout. Paperback. VG. View more info
By: ANNETT, D.M.
Publisher: Almely: Logaston Press, 1999. 1873827261:
Seller ID: 42369
1st edition. "Herefordshire is peculiar amongst English counties, along with Cornwall, in having many churches dedicated to Celtic saints, and brief biographies of these, as well as of biblical and legendary saints, are included. The illustrations (with one exception) are taken from stained glass in churches in the diocese of Hereford." Pp.xii/68, occasional black & white photo illustrations. Paperback. VG. View more info
Publisher: Tunbridge Wells: C.Baldwin Ltd(printers), nd. (c.1950's). 0:
Seller ID: 36576
Penhurst Place stands close to its village on gently rising ground on the north bank of the upper Medway. It has been the seat of the Sidney family since 1552. Pp.28, 8 black & white plates + double page genealogical table of the Sidney family to centre. Red card cover with armorial shield to front, rusting to staples. G+. View more info
Publisher: Matlock: The Arkwright Society, 1984.:
Seller ID: 42174
Facsimile reprint of a guide book to the Health Resorts of Derbyshire. "There were many guide books to the Matlock area printed in the nineteenth century but this one is remarkable in its wide view of local, commercial and industrial activity, combined with a detailed and often personalised description of the hotels, hydros and local attractions and in the range of illustrations." 28cms x 21.5cms. Pp.81, black & white photos and illustrations throughout. Paperb... View more info
Publisher: Jersey: publisher unknown, nd. (c. 1994.):
Seller ID: 29811
nd. "This is a true account of my life as a schoolgirl in the Bailiwick of Jersey from 1940 to 1945." Pp. 40, portrait frontis, 21 b/w photographs, signed by author 'Audrey Falle, 1994' to inside rear cover. P/b. VG. View more info
By: ARSCOTT, David.
Publisher: Seaford: S.B.Publications, 1994. 1857700570:
Seller ID: 35374
"In 1894 Gladstone's Liberal government replaced the ancient rule of squire and church in English village life with democraticallly elected parish councils. David Arscott's colourful account of a century of grass-roots politiking highlights many of the amusing incidents, bitter struggles and impressive achievements along the way." Pp.98, black & white photos throughout. Pbk. VG. View more info
Publisher: London: Printed for the Camden Society, 1847. 0:
Seller ID: 33845
With an Historical Introduction, and Incidental Notices of the Castle, Town, and Neighbourhood. 22.5cms x 17.5cms. Pp.30/112, gift bookplate to inside front board(George Hildreth Goldsbrough, Wakefield). Green blind-stamped boards, gilt title to spine. VG. View more info
By: AVERY, Margaret.
Publisher: Bishop's Stortford: Ellis & Phillips Ltd(printers), 1973.:
Seller ID: 41873
"The visitor to Pleshey is quickly aware that it is a place full of history: a Roman fortification, a mediaeval castle, a college of priests, many links with the national life, and now the House of Retreat..." Pp.56, signed by the author to title page, black & white photographs throughout + map and occasional black & white illustrations. Paperback. VG. View more info
Publisher: Bury: Bury Times, 1974.:
Seller ID: 13160
1st ed. History of local government. Pp. 10/140, 9 b/w illustns. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, illustd. d/w slightly chipped. G+/G. View more info
By: BELL, L.H.
Publisher: Rochester: The Printing Co.Ltd, 1926.:
Seller ID: 41921
1st edition. A Tudor charity house founded by the Elizabethan MP Richard Watts to provide board and lodgings for six poor travellers (and continued to do so right up to the Second World War). The house and charity are immortalised in Dickens' Christmas short story entitled The Seven Poor Travellers. Pp.57, 20 black & white plates, inscribed "3rd June 1927 from the author" to front free endpaper, browning to title page and some toning to pages. Dark red cloth, gi... View more info
By: BISHOP, C.H.
Publisher: Folkestone: C.H.Bishop, 1973. 0:
Seller ID: 34108
"To those who know the town, it will present a fascinating picture of bygone days, past customs and more recent growth." Pp.vi/153, b/w frontis.plate + 32 further b/w plates, 9 figure illustrations in the text + 2 plans of Folkestone, signed by author to front free endpaper. Turquoise cloth with gilt roundels to front and gilt title to spine, d/w rubbed with tears and small losses. G+/G-. View more info
By: BLYTH, Henry.
Publisher: Brighton: Henry Blyth Ltd, nd.:
Seller ID: 42076
1st edition. Pp.72, signed by author to title page, black & white photos and line illustrations throughout, map to rear inside cover. Paperback, spine slightly scuffed. G+. View more info
By: BOREHAM, P.W.
Publisher: Dartford: Dartford Borough Council, 1990. 0951586009:
Seller ID: 44808
1st edition. Provides "a basic core of information identifying the most important trends in the history of the town at different points in time..." P29.5cms x 21cms. Pp.84, 8 pages of colour photos + numerous blue monochrome illustrations throughout. Paperback. VG. View more info
Publisher: Privately published, 1969.:
Seller ID: 31986
Chapters include: 1. Prehistoric Times by H.L.Robson; 2. Anglo Saxon Monkwearmouth by Mary A.S.Hickmore; 3. The Middle Ages by Helen G.Bowling; 4. The Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries by Helen G.Bowling; 5. The Ancient Borough of Sunderland by H.L.Robson; 6. Rowland Burdon and Sunderland's First Bridge by Helen G.Bowling; 7. Sunderland and the Railways by Tom Corfe; 8.The Building of the Sunderland Docks by Anthony Rivett; 9. Dock Politics and Unholy Alliances 1832-18... View more info
Publisher: St Ives: Burn-Murdoch, B./Norris Museum, 1999.:
Seller ID: 44722
Vol.3. No.7. Oliver Cromwell Anniversary Issue 1599-1999. Contents include: The Last Ceremony of Honour by Alan Richardson; Yours Oliver Cromwell by John Goldsmith; The First Cromwell Museum in Huntingdonshire by John Goldsmith; The James Nayler Affair by David Cozens; Family Loyalties by David Cozens; Some Fit Memorial by Bob Burns-Murdoch; The Farmer of St Ives by Rev. Edwin Paxton Hood; and The Huntingdonshire Local History Society. Pp. 56, occasional black & white i... View more info
Publisher: Chester: Cheshire Libraries, 1985.:
Seller ID: 32605
1st ed. 14.5cms x 21cms. Composed entirely of postcards from the Macclesfield area. 147 b/w reproduction of photographic postcards. Pbk, crease to front corners. G+. View more info
By: CAMPBELL, P.D.A.
Publisher: Durham: Durham Union Society, 1952.:
Seller ID: 39013
Published ten years after the Hundredth anniversary of the founding of the senior debating and social club in the University of Durham (delayed by World War II). Pp.17, black & white photo frontispiece + 1 further photo plate. Cream boards a little dusty, with brown cloth spine. G+. View more info
By: COOK, A.M.
Publisher: Lincoln: The Subdeanery, 1956. 0:
Seller ID: 38069
Contents: I. Captain John Smith; II. The Pilgrim Fathers; III.Massachusetts: i. The Planters; ii. The Plantation. Pp.xii/90, frontispiece map (John Smith's Map of New England) + 7 portrait plates + other illustrations throughout. Paperback, minor edge wear. VG. View more info
Publisher: NelsonL Hendon Publishing, 1973.:
Seller ID: 32543
1st ed. "Wycoller is one of three hamlets forming Trawden Forest and lies between Pendle Witch country to the west, and Bronte country to the east... It is perhaps best known for its unique Hall, the home of the Cunliffes for over 200 years." 14.5cms x 22cms. Pp.48, b/w photo illustrations throughout, signed by both authors to the title page. Pbk, crease to lower front corner. G+. View more info