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Image for The Norfolk Tour: Or, Traveller's Pocket Companion. Being a Concise Description of All the principal Towns, Noblemens' and Gentlemens' Seats, And other Remarkable Places. In the County of Norfolk...

The Norfolk Tour: Or, Traveller's Pocket Companion. Being a Concise Description of All the principal Towns, Noblemens' and Gentlemens' Seats, And other Remarkable Places. In the County of Norfolk...

By: BEATNIFFE, R. - With original map engraved by Neele

Price: £250.00

Publisher: Norwich, Norfolk: Printed For And Sold By R. Beatniffe, MDCCCVIII. [ 1808 ] . 0:

Seller ID: 40500


A very good copy with a fold-out map. 8vo. pp.8/pp.391/[1p. - Corrections]. Original half leather binding, over marbled boards. Smooth spine with blind-stamp decoration and titles: "Norfolk Tour"; "1808." Previous owners name to both front free-endpapers: "John Lubbock, Wells, Norfolk 12th Aug. 1826". Fold-out map of Norfolk (Neele sculp. Strand), with hand coloured outline. Folds carefully strengthened. It measures 9.50" x 6.75" . Printed title page. Colophon to verso: "Kitton, Printer, Norwich." Followed by an "Advertisement" for the sixth edition. Clean text throughout. A well preserved c... View more info

Freston Tower, Or, The Early Days Of Cardinal Wolsey By The Rev. Richard Cobbold, A.M., R.D. Rector Of Wortham, &c. Author Of "Margaret Catchpole," "Mary Ann Wellington," &c. In Three Volumes.

By: COBBOLD, Richard (1797-1877) .

Price: £180.00

Publisher: London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street, 1850 . 0:

Seller ID: 44949


An historical novel inspired by the tower which still stands across the Orwell estuary from the Cobbold family home and brewery. First edition. 3 volume set in very good matching modern half leather bindings, with all six etched plates by Alfred Ashley. Tan calf spine and corners over light tan cloth covered boards. Spines with 5 raised bands, red leather title labels, and black leather volume labels. Later marbled endpapers. Purple library stamp to top corner of p.1 (of Vols. I. & III.): "Church Of England Institute, Loughborough". Vol. II. with top edge of p.1 removed without loss of... View more info

Mary Anne Wellington, The Soldier's daughter, Wife, And Widow. By The rev. Richard Cobbold, rector of Wortham, And rural Dean. Author Of "The History Of Margaret Catchpole." In Three Volumes.

By: COBBOLD, Richard (1797-1877) .

Price: £180.00

Publisher: London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street, 1846 . 0:

Seller ID: 44950


An historical novel inspired by a true story of Mary Anne Wellington who had married a soldier in the gallant 48th, and accompanied him through all the Peninsular campaigns... First edition. 3 volume set in very good matching modern half leather bindings, with all eight etched plates. Tan calf spine and corners over light tan cloth covered boards. Spines with 5 raised bands, red leather title labels, and black leather volume labels. Later marbled endpapers. Colophon to verso of title-page and at the base of last leaf) : "London: Printed by Schulze and Co., 13, Poland Street." . All fro... View more info

The History of Margaret Catchpole, A Suffolk Girl. With Illustrations. In Three Volumes.

By: COBBOLD, Richard (1797-1877) .

Price: £300.00

Publisher: London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street, 1845 . 0:

Seller ID: 44951


A fictionalized account of a servant girl transported to New South Wales in Australia for stealing a horse. First edition. 3 volume set in very good matching modern half leather bindings, with all eight etched plates by Richard Cobbold. Tan calf spine and corners over light tan cloth covered boards. Spines with 5 raised bands, red leather title labels, and black leather volume labels. Later marbled endpapers. Colophon to verso of title-page and at the base of last leaf) : "Frederick Shoberl, Junior, Printer To His Royal Highness Prince Albert, 51, Rupert Street, Haymarket, London." . A... View more info

Zenon, the Martyr, A Record Of The Piety, Patience, And Persecution Of The Early Christian Nobles. By The Rev. Richard Cobbold, A.M., R.D., Rector Of Wortham; Author Of The Histories Of Margaret catchpole, Mary Anne Wellington, &c. In Three Volumes.

By: COBBOLD, Richard (1797-1877) .

Price: £180.00

Publisher: London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, Great Marlborough Street, 1847 . 0:

Seller ID: 44952


First edition. 3 volume set in very good matching modern half leather bindings, with all eight etched plates by Richard Cobbold. Tan calf spine and corners over light tan cloth covered boards. Spines with 5 raised bands, red leather title labels, and black leather volume labels. Later marbled endpapers. Colophon to verso of title-page and at the base of last leaf) : "London: Harrison And Co., Printers, St. Martin's Lane." Clear English text with a few blemishes to the margins due to previous use. Vol. I. : [2pp.]/pp.12/pp.243/[1p.] Vol. II. : [4pp.]/pp.235/[1p.] . Vol. III. : [2pp.]... View more info

History And Description of the Ancient Town And Borough Of Colchester, In Essex: By Thomas Cromwell. Illustrated With Engravings.

By: CROMWELL, Thomas .

Price: £100.00

Publisher: London: Published for the proprietors, P. Youngman and John Greig, By Robert Jennings, Poultry: And Swinborne And Walter, Colchester, 1825 . 0:

Seller ID: 45331


First edition, complete with all engravings and maps. Two volumes in later tan leather binding, and red leather title label to each spine. 8vo. 8" x 5.5" x 1.75" [22.5cm x 13.7cm x 2.2cm] . Later plain endpapers, lightly foxed. Vol. I.: pp.10/[2pp.]/pp.235 ; with engraved frontis, double-page map, folding plan of the town and a further 14 engraved plates. Vol. II. 5pp./[2pp.]/pp.237 - 474; with 12 engraved plates (including two folding plates: facsimiles of handwritten receipts and lists of officers). Clear English text throughout. Deckled page edges. Pages toned and foxed. G+ View more info

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The People's Penny Library. One Hundred Tales Number III. Salvator Rosa And The Last Of The Chittimachas / Fulcher's Additional Tables 1857 - 1859 .

By: FULCHER, George Williams (1795-1855) .

Price: £75.00

Publisher: [ Sudbury, Suffolk: Fulcher, 1856 - 1859 ] . 0:

Seller ID: 40380


A scarce book containing information relating mostly to Sudbury in Suffolk from 1857 to 1859. 6.60" x 4.25" x 0.50". A small book full of local adverts stories poems and useful information. Contents include: The People's Penny Library. One Hundred Tales Number III. Salvator Rosa And The Last Of The Chittimachas. pp.63-pp.104 (followed by a leaf of adverts for the Penny Library; Fulcher's Additional Tables [Sudbury, Suffolk], 1857 pp.84; Fulcher's Additional Tables [Sudbury, Suffolk], 1858 pp.84; Fulcher's Additional Tables [Sudbury, Suffolk], 1859 pp.84Each of the Fulcher's Additional Tables ... View more info

John H. Steggall: A Real History Of A Suffolk Man, who has been a gipsy, a sailor, a soldier, a surgeon, a fellow-commoner of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and is now a clergyman - a curate of many years' standing in the Church of England .

By: [ COBBOLD, Richard 1797-1877 ] .

Price: £80.00

Publisher: London: Simpkin, Marshall, And Co. MDCCCLVII. [ 1857 ] . 0:

Seller ID: 44953


First edition. Tan calf spine and corners over light tan cloth covered boards. Spine with 5 raised bands, red leather title label, and black leather volume label. Later marbled endpapers. Colophon to The base of last leaf : "J. M. Burton And Co., Printers, Ipswich." Clear English text with a few blemishes to the margins due to previous use. Vol. I. : [4pp.]/pp.2/pp.312 . *** "Richard Cobbold was born in 1797 in the Suffolk town of Ipswich, to John (1746–1835) and the poet and writer Elizabeth (née Knipe) Cobbold (1764-1824). The Cobbolds were a large and affluent family who m... View more info