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Josiah Ober (1989; First Edition), “Mass and Elite in Democratic Athens: Rhetoric, Ideology, and the Power of the People” (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in near fine condition. Pp xviii, 390.

M. Cary and H. H. Scullard (1986; Third Edition, Fifth Printing), “A History of Rome Down to the Reign of Constantine” (London: Macmillan & Co) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xxvii, 694. With maps and illustrations in b&w.

M. Tulli Cicerone (1967: Reprint), “Orationes [vol III]” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £16.00 £14.40
Hard back, in protected d/w. Dark blue cloth/ gilt, minor shelf wear, previous owner's signature to front paste down, o/w in very good condition, with no other internal markings. D/w also in very good condition. Approx 430 pp. Edited by William Peterson. 8th reprint of the 2nd edition.

Nancy H. Demand (1982; First Edition), “Thebes in the Fifth Century – Heracles Resurgent” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete, with sunning to spine otherwise fine. Dark blue / gilt to spine. Volume is in fine condition. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 196; with bibliography and index.

Antony Powell (1988), “Athens and Sparta - Constructing Greek Political and Social History from 478 BC” (London: Routledge) £12.00 £10.80
Softback. Pictorial wraps. Single light crease to spine, otherwise fine. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp [10], 423; with index.

Robin Seager (1979), “Pompey - a Political Biography” (London: Blackwell Publishers) £10.00 £9.00
Softback. Slight sunning to spine, otherwise fine. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 209; with bibliography and index.

Art, Art Theory & Design

Peter Abbs [ed] (1989; First Edition), “The Symbolic Order: a Contemporary Reader on the Arts Debate” (Lewes: Falmer Press) £15.00 £13.50
Light shelfwear, but internally clean and bright with no markings or inscriptions. Pp. xviii, 300.

Sheila Adam (1966; First Edition), “The Technique of Greek Sculpture in the Archaic and Classical Periods” (London: Thames and Hudson) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w very light shelf-wear. Book in fine condition. Pp 137, with 72pp of b&w plates.

Frank Althaus and Mark Sutcliffe [eds] (2006; First Edition), “The Triumph of Eros: Art and Seduction in 18th Century France” (London: Fontana) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition, in French card wraps. Pp 143. Illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. Catalogue of an exhibition held in the Hermitage Rooms, Nov. 2006 to Apr. 2007.

Rasheed Araeen (1987: First Edition), “From Modernism to Postmodernism: Rasheed Araeen - a Retrospective: 1959 – 1987” (Birmingham: Ikon Gallery) £40.00 £36.00
Midnight blue card wraps, white titles to front cover. Light shelf-wear ; light pencilled annotations. Exhibition catalogue from the Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, 21 November 1987 to 9 January 1988. Unpaginated [ pp 38 ]. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Texts by Antonia Payne, Angela Kingston, Patricia Bickers, John Roberts and Desa Philippi.

“At One Remove” (1997; First Edition) (Leeds: Henry Moore Institute) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Unpaginated [64pp]. Published to coincide with the exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, 25 September 1997 - 4 January 1998. Penelope Curtis curator.

Mark Bain and James Beckett (2007; First Edition), “Museum of Noise” (Kehrer) £10.00 £9.00
Card wraps. Book in fine condition. Pp 63. Illustrated in colour and b&w. Text in English/German.

Pierre Bazin [ed] (Limited & Numbered Edition), “Braque Donation Laurens [2 Volume set]” (Dieppe: Chateau-Musee De Dieppe) £30.00 £27.00
Two “Catalogues des Estampes” in plain white card wraps, with pictorial d/w's. French text. Illustrated mainly in b&w. #1: pp 45; 50 illustrations; published 2nd February 1973; number 1068, of an edition of 2,000. #2: pp 45; 50 illustrations; published 31st July 1974; number 1189, of an edition of 2,000.

Britta Benke (2001; Reprint), “Georgia O'Keeffe 1887-1986 Flowers in the Desert” (Midpoint Press) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 95. Fully illustrated in colour.

T. L. J. Bentley (1964; First Edition), ”Newnes Complete Guide to the Miniature Camera” (London: Newnes) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Pictorial dust wrapper somewhat worn and creased along all edges. Maroon textured paper / gilt. Slight wear head and foot of spine, otherwise very good. Previous owner's signature on fep. Pp viii, 376; illustrated throughout with photographs.

Walther Bernt (1970; First English Edition), “The Netherlandish Painters of the Seventeenth Century: 3 Volume Set” (London: Phaidon Press) £100.00 £90.00
Hardbacks, in d/w's. Volume 1: d/w poor, with considerable loss; book almost fine condition; pp 52, with 489 b&w plates; Achtschellinck - Heda. Volume 2: d/w fair to good, with minor chips and tears, spine faded; book has light shelf-wear to lower edge; pp 53 - 98, with plates 490 - 978; Heem - Rombouts. Volume 3: d/w as vol 2; book almost fine; pp 99 - 167, with plates 979 - 1457; Romeyn - Zyl; with index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

Ronald Blythe (First Edition), “John Nash at Wormingford” £30.00 £27.00
Stapled, pictorial, card warps, in almost fine condition. Undated [1992]. Pp 24. Illustrated throughout in b&w. Published privately ; printed by The Aldgate Press, London. Signed by author to title page

“BP Portrait Award 1990-2001” (2001; First , Limited and Signed) (London: National Portrait Gallery) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp 63. Introduced by Martin Gayford. Illustrated in full colour.

Christopher Le Brun (1985; First , Limited and Signed), “Paintings 1984-1985” (Edinburgh: The Fruitmarket Gallery) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. White card covers, slightly dusty, with coloured print to front. Pp 19 plus 12 black & white, and 8 coloured plates.

Graham Button [comp] (First Edition), “The Sykes Style of Design” (Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University) £15.00 £13.50
Pictorial French card wraps, in almost fine condition. Undated [2009] Unpaginated [20pp]. Illustrated in full colour. Inner wraps decorated with “The Minerva Frieze”. A celebration of Sheffield artist Godfrey Sykes (1824 - 1866.

Roger Cardinal (1984; First Edition), “Expressionism” (London: Paladin) £12.00 £10.80
Shelf-worn paper-back in the Paladin “Movements and Ideas” series. Pp. 151. Thirteen, mainly wood-cut, b/w illustrations. Signed, dedicated and dated on fep by author.

Cyril Connolly (ed) (1947; First Edition), “Horizon Nos. 93 - 4; October 1947: Art on the American Horizon” (London: Horizon) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Spine browned, edges slightly worn, edges foxed. Internaly very good condition. Double issue. Illustrated in b&w.

Tony Cragg (1999; First , Limited and Signed), “New Works: Taurus, Ferryman, Turbo” (London: Royal Academy of Arts) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Unpaginated [pp 64].

Rainer Crone (1987; First Edition), “Andy Warhol: a Picture Show By the Artist” (New York: Rizzoli) £50.00 £45.00
Hardback, in d/w. Gold d/w chipped and slightly worn along all edges. Book blue cloth, gilt to spine, in very good to fine condition. Pp x, 279. Illustrated throughout in colour and b&w. Heavy item will require extra postage.

George Cunningham (1994; First Edition), “More George!” (Sheffield: The Hallamshire Press) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w in almost fine condition. Book lightly shelf-worn along lower edge. Pp 139. Signed and dedicated on htp: “To Dorothy, Happy Birthday, George Cunningham, 1994 ”.

Thomas Dalmahoy Barlow (1950; Published for the Roxburghe Club), “The Medieval World Picture and Albert” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £150.00 £135.00
Maroon cloth, gilt titles, faded down spine. Illustrated with frontis and 3 other woodcuts. Pp 23. Includes hand-written note on a postcard of the Atheneum Club from the author to Michael Maclagen.

Wolfgang Denk & Heinz Cibulka (1993), “Rany a Mysteria Verwundungen Und Mysterien” (Preklad: Jitka Jilkova) £15.00 £13.50
Softback. Light edgewear and crease to spine. Pp 119; copiously illustrated throughout with b&w and full-colour photographic illustrations. Exhibition catalogue. Text in Czech.

“Willy Dreifuss: An Appreciation” (First , Limited and Signed) (London: Gestetner) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Stitched cream card wraps. Undated [1959/60 ?]. Book in fine condition. Two page introduction, with frontis and 24 full-page sketches. “Reproductions from a selection of sketches from the folio of Dr. Willy Dreifuss being impressions and comments of celebrities in the world of music and other important people in the world around us”.

Ray Evans (1993: First , Limited and Signed), “How to be a Successful Illustrator: a Practical Guide” (London: Batsford) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Fep bears name of previous owner (Pauline Shearstone, FRSA). Pictorial boards. Pp 93 [3].

Antonio De Felipe (1197; First Edition), “Lo + Pop” (Cadiz: Fundacion Provincial De Cultura / Diputacion De Cadiz ) £70.00 £63.00
Pictorial French card wraps, in almost fine condition. Light shelf-wear only. Unpaginated full colour exhibition catalogue: 24th July to 31st August, 1997. Spanish text. HTP bears a full page sketch of a cherub (or naked child with wings) holding a flower; with dedication, signed by the artist, de Felipe, himself.

John E. Ferneley Sr. (1996; Reprint), “Thomas Wilkinson, MFH, with the Hurworth Foxhounds 1846” (Hurworth Hunt Supporters Committee) £10.00 £9.00
This is a reprint of John Ferneley's original painting, number 30 of a limited edition of 50 prints, signed by the chairman, the two joint masters and the huntsman of 1996. Actual picture size is 37cm x 22cm.

Jean Fisher [ed]; Rasheed Araeen [founding Ed.] (1995; First Edition), “Third Text No 32; Autumn 1995” (London: Kala Press) £10.00 £9.00
Card wraps, light shelf-wear only. Pp 112. Third world perspectives on contemporary art and culture, incorporating Black Phoenix.

James Fletcher-Watson (1997; First , Limited and Signed), “The Secret of Watercolour: Essential Skills for Successful Painting” (London: Batsford) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has finger nail marks down side of spine, otherwise would be in fine condition. Book is in fine condition. Pp 127. Illustrated throughout in colour. SIGNED and DEDICATED on htp : “To Pauline - Best Wishes, S. Fetcher-Watson”: (“Pauline” being Pauline Shearstone, F.R.S.A.). Loosely inserted is a 4-page leaflet/catalogue of an exhibition of Fletcher-Watson's works held at Windrush House, 28th September to 19th October 1997, to coincide with the launch of this book.

James Fletcher-Watson (2000; First , Limited and Signed), “Soldier Artist in Wartime India 1941- 1945” (Windrush: Country Heritage) £45.00 £40.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 160. Illustrated throughout in full colour and b&w. Maps as ep's. SIGNED and DEDICATED on tp: “Best Wishes to Pauline, James Fletcher-Watson” - “Pauline” being a well-known Sheffield artist Pauline Shearstone F.R.S.A. Loosely inserted is an envelope, addressed to Ms P. Shearstone, containing an invitation to an exhibition of paintings by James Fletcher-Watson, Valerie Petts and Judi Whitton at Burford, October 2001, together with a post card from Windrush House, hand-written by James F-W, personally inviting Pauline to the exhibition, and enquiring about her own paintings.

“General Description of Sir John Soane's Museum, with Brief Notices of Some of the More Interesting Works of Art” (1910; Ninth Edition) (Oxford: Horace Hart) £10.00 £9.00
Grey paper-covered boards. Spine darkened, with 3 cm loss to tail ; front board creased across upper right-hand corner. Internally very good condition. Ninth edition revised and enlarged. With 8 illustrations in the text and 32 full page plates.

Ingo Giezendanner (2011; First Edition), “Iskandariyah Skan” (Nieves) £20.00 £18.00
French card wraps, in near fine condition. Unpaginated. No text : story told in pictures. GRR47.

David Godbold (2005; First Edition), “Forwards, Not Backwards”” (London: Booth-Clibborn Editions) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, in translucent pictorial d/w. D/w has very slight wear to lower right-hand front corner, otherwise both d/w and book in fine condition. Pp 40. Colour illustrations throughout. SIGNED, with sketch (of a man weeping?) to front d/w flap.

Marco Goldin [ed] (2007; First Edition), “America! Storie Di Pittura Dal Nuovo Mondo [2 Volume Boxed Set]” (Treviso: Linea d'ombra Libri) £15.00 £13.50
Hardbacks, in pictorial slip case. Four small bumps to an otherwise fine slip case. Books in fine condition. Exhibition catalogue from Museo di Santa Giulia, Brescia : 24th Nov. 2007 - 4th May 2008. Volume 1: pictorial laminated boards; pp 551, lavishly illustrated throughout in colour and b&w; ITALIAN TEXT. Volume 2: dark blue laminated boards; pp 151; ENGLISH TEXTS to accompany volume 1. Heavy item will require extra postage.

Marie Hartley (1992; First Edition), “Forms and Colours” (Otley: Bradford) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp xiv, 107. Colour and b&w illustrations.

Raoul Hausmann (1993; First , Limited and Signed), “Photographic Works” (Munich: Goethe-institut) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Black and white card covers, red lettering to front cover ; fine condition, with no creases, markings, or inscriptions. Pp 60. Black and white photographs throughout; text in German, French and English. Appeared in conjunction with the exhibition: “Raoul Hausmann. Photo works: Photographs - Photomontages - Photograms - Photo Texts”, of the Goethe - Institute for promoting the study of the German language abroad and for International Cultural Cooperation, Munich, 1993.

David Hockney (1993; First , Limited and Signed), “That's the Way I See It” (London: Thames and Hudson) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Pp 248.

Geoffrey Holme (editor) (1923; First Edition), “Figure Painting in Water-Colours By Contemporary British Artists” (London: The Studio) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Decorative blind-stamped cyan-coloured cloth / gilt. Some wear to spine and hinges and edges. Head and foot of spine and corners worn. Front paste-down has sustained some blemishing and damage due, presumably, to clumsy removal of inscription. A slice of 2in x one quarter inch has been removed from upper edge and corner of the f.e.p. Apart from all that, the volume is good. Pp xiv, [all other leafs are unpaginated]; with twenty-four full colour tipped-in illustrations, with captioned tissue guards.

Ken Howard (2002; First , Limited and Signed), “A Vision of Venice in Watercolour” (London: Royal Academy of Arts) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, no d/w. Pictorial boards. Book in fine condition. Pp 96.

Ken Howard (1998; First , Limited and Signed), “Inspired By Light: a Personal View” (Newton Abbot: David and Charles) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Pp 128.

Pamela Johnson (1999; First Edition), “Bodyscape: Caroline Broadhead” (Nottingham & Sunderland: Angel Row Gallery & Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art) £15.00 £13.50
Pictorial covers. Pp 32. Ilustrated in colour and b&w. Exhibition catalogue with text by Pamela Johnson.

Gabriel Josipovici (1987; Second Edition), “The Lessons of Modernism and Other Essays” (Basingstoke: Macmillan) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xv, 208.

“Yves Klein: 3 Mars - 23 Mai 1983” (1983; First Edition) (Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, Musee National D'art Moderne) £50.00 £45.00
Paperback, no d/w . Slight shelf-wear. Pp 424. Exhibition catalogue, illustrated in b&w and full colour. French text. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“Wyndham Lewis Annual 1994” (1994; First Edition) (Wyndham Lewis Society) £20.00 £18.00
White pictorial card wraps, slightly shelf-worn. Pp 64. Illustrated in b&w.

Ramon Llorens Barber (1992; First Edition), “Vida y Obra De Un Escultor Alteano; Antonio Molto y Such (Altea , 1841 - Granada, 1901)” (Alicante: Caixa De Credit D'Altea) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp 534. Dedicated, signed and dated by Ramon [Barber] in Spanish to copyright page. Spanish text. Diccionario de altea y sus cosas; biografias.

Richard Lorenz (2001; First Edition), “Arthur Tress: Fantastic Voyage - Photographs 1956-2000” (Boston, USA: Bullfinch Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 200. With 55 colour plates, 180 duotone plates and 39 b&w illustrations.

Hugh MacAndrew (1990; First Edition), “Old Master Drawings from the National Gallery of Scotland” (Washington: NGA, Washington, USA.) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Spine slightly faded, otherwise book almost fine condition. Pp 191.

Henry Moore (1981; First Edition), “Henry Moore at the British Museum” (London: British Museum) £15.00 £13.50
Brand new hardback in protected d/w. Pp 128. Fully illustrated with photographs by David Finn.

Alberto Moravia [ed] (1980; First French Edition), “Tout L'oeuvre Peint De Picasso Periodes Bleue et Rose” (Paris: Flammarion) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 120. With 64 colour plates and 460 illustrations in b&w. French text.

“Paul Nash: Paintings and Watercolour” (1975; First Edition) (London: Tate Gallery) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly worn at head of spine, creased along top edge. Book slight shelf-wear to head and tail of spine. Pp 116. With 14 colour, and many b&w, plates. Published for an exhibition of 12 Nov. - 28 Dec., 1975 at the Tate Gallery.

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Jose Luis Gordo Porfirio [ed] (2003; First Edition), “Museu Nacional De Arte Antiga Lisbon” (Munich: Hirmer Verlag) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Lavishly illustrated throughout. Pp 381. English text exhibition catalogue. Heavy item will require extra postage.

M. R. Poynter (1989; First, Limited and Signed), “M.R. Poynter: Basel, Bradford, Amsterdam” (Bradford: Nicholas Treadwell Gallery) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled card wraps, with 2” split down card spine, otherwise in fine condition. Unpaginated [ pp 12 ]. Pictorial wraps, full-page b&w and colour illustrations. Catalogue of exhibition held at Basel, 14-19 June 1989 ; Bradford, 10 Nov - 8 Dec, 1989 ; Amsterdam, Feb - Mar 1990.

Leland Rice (1991; First Edition), “Up Against it: Photographs of the Berlin Wall” (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly stretched along top edge. Book slightly faded at tail of spine. Internally fine condition. Bright blue ep's. Pp xiii, 141. Illustrated throughout in full colour. Essay by Charles E. McClelland; foreword by Van Deren Coke. Quite a heavy item: p&p to UK £5.50; to Europe £12.50; to rest of world £20.

Francesca Richer and Matthew Rosenzweig [eds] (2006; First , Limited and Signed), “No.1 : First Works By 362 Artists (London: Thames and Hudson) £16.00 £14.40
Limp cloth covers. Two small stains to rear cover, otherwise fine condition. Pp 421.

Rose Rose (1992; First Edition), “Evolving Habits” (Leeds: Leeds Polytechnic Gallery) £20.00 £18.00
White card wraps in translucent d/w. D/w has 6mm stain to front. Exhibition catalogue : an installation in 3 parts at Leeds Poly. 9th Sept to 10th Oct 1992, curated by Claire Slattery. Unpaginated [pp 20.] With 8 tipped-in colour plates. Facsimile of a newspaper review loosely inserted.

Gerald Scarfe (2003; First Edition), “Heroes and Villains at the National Portrait Gallery” (London: National Portrait Gallery) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Pp 160. Over 50 celebrities, writers and experts debate famous Britons. Lavishly illustrated in colour with photos, and caricatures by Gerald Scarfe. SIGNED BY SCARFE on htp.

“Seven Arts, Volume 3 Number 8, March 1960” (1960; First Edition) (London: Hansom Books) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Six magazines ( including covers ) bound in illustrated paper wraps. Internally in fine condition. All issues from March 1960. Books and Bookmen, pp 40; Dance and Dancers, pp 36; Fims and Filming, pp 36; Music and Musicians, pp 40; Plays and Players, pp 36; Records and Recording, pp 52.

Michael Spender (1990: First , Limited and Signed), “Visions of Venice: Watercolours By Members of the Royal Watercolour Society” (Newton Abbot: David and Charles) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card covers. Book has only the lightest of shelf-wear. Pp 127. Illustrated in colour and b&w.

Barbara Maria Stafford (1996; First Edition), “Good Looking: Essays on the Virtue of Images” (London: MIT Press) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xv, 259. Illustrated throughout in b&w.

Mary Taubman (1985; First , Limited and Signed), “Gwen John” (London: Scolar Press) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has very light fading to spine, otherwise both d/w and book in fine condition. Pp 136. With 72 plates, mainly in colour.

Teal Tiggs [ed] (1995; First , Limited and Signed), “Communicating Design: Essays in Visual Communication” (London: Batsford) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 128.

“The Turner Collection in the Clore Gallery” (1987; First Edition) (London: Tate Gallery) £8.00 £7.20
Fine condition paperback. Pp 128. ” An illustrated Guide” [ lavishly, in full colour ] . Published to celebrate the opening of the Gallery by Her Majesty The Queen 1 April 1987.

Sheena Wagstaff [ed] (2000; First Edition), “Juan Munoz: a Retrospective” (London: Tate Gallery) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition in French card wraps. Pp 176. Illustrated throughout.

David Weston (1995; First , Limited and Signed), “Epic Onwards: Falmouth Penzance St ves” (Mevagissey: David Weston Gallery) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has tiny tear to rear top edge, book has previous owner's name to fep, otherwise both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 93.

Colonialism

Shirley Chew and Anna Rutherford (1993; First Edition), “Unbecoming Daughters of the Empire (Sydney: Dangeroo Press) £9.00 £8.20
Paperback, as new. Pp. 207. Twenty seven women give personal accounts, through stories, poems and autobiographical essays, of the British Commonwealth. Illustrated in black and white.

Leo A. Despres (1967; First Edition), “Cultural Pluralism and Nationalist Politics in British Guiana” (Chicago: Rand McNally) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Some page corners creased, but in very good condition; no markings or inscriptions. Pp xxx, 310. Fold-out map of British Guiana loosely inserted.

Isaac Dookhan (1986; Eleventh Impression), “A Pre-Emancipation History of the West Indies” (London: Collins) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Lightly scuffed covers; internally fine condition. Pp 160. Covers the years 1492 - 1865.

Isaac Dookhan (1985; Sixth Impression), “A Post Emancipation History of the West Indies” (London: Collins) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Covers creased, internally fine condition. Pp 191. Covers the years 1838-1975.

Anthony D. King (1976; First Edition), “Colonial Urban Development: Culture, Social Power and Environment” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul) £48.00 £43.20
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xvi, 328. Illustrated in b&w.

C.W. Leadbetter (1916; First Edition), “Australia and New Zealand: The Home of a New Sub-race” (Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House) £6.00 £5.40
Grey paper wraps with tape-repaired spine. Pp 67. Four lectures delivered at Sydney, August 1915.

Ham Mukasa (1998; First Thus), “Uganda's Katikiro in England” (Manchester: Manchester University Press) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Spine faded, top edge slightly dirty. Light pencillings throughout. Pp xvii, 211. Notes and introduction by Simon Gikandi.

Jill Seddon and Suzette Worden [eds] (1994; First Edition), “Women Designing: Redefining Design in Britain Between the Wars” (Brighton: University of Brighton) £40.00 £36.00
Decorated card wraps, with light shelf-wear only. Pp 140. Illustrated in b&w.

Herbert Strang [ed], “Early Days in Australia: Stories of Discovery and Settlement” (London: Henry Frowde & Hodder & Stoughton) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. Pale blue cloth, titles in red and black to front and spine. Spine bumped at head & tail, but with no tears; coloured plate laid down, with slight wear and small loss to top left corner; very slight wear to lettering. Front board has slight wear to corners; with 3/4 page coloured embossed plate in very good condition. Rear board is spotted with water-damage, but not too seriously. Block edges blue. Illustrated ep's. Previous owner's inscription to verso of fep, dated 1922. Some foxing to prelims and last few pages. Pp vii, 320. With 8 full page colour illustartions and 2 maps.

Cultural History

Cultural Review

Noel Blandin [ed] (1987; First Edition), “Dionysos; Detours D'ecriture 9” (Paris: Sillages) £15.00 £13.50
French card wraps. Black & white covers slightly dirty, lower edge lightly bumped. Pp 181, [10]. With b&w illustrations. Loosely inserted is an ALS by the editor, on publisher's note-paper.

“Andy Warhol's Interview #26” (1972) (New York: Inter/View Inc) £20.00 £18.00
Newspaper format, worn along edges and creased. Pp 56. Peter O'Toole, King Vidor, Bette Midler, Ginger Rogers, Zandra Rhodes, Marc Bolan et al.

Cyril Connolly [ed] (1947; First Edition), “Horizon: Vol. XVI, No. 96; December 1947” (London: Horizon) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Spine darkened, slightly worn, with minor loss to tail. Covers lightly foxed. P 299 - 369 plus adverts. Illustrated with 8pp reproductions of lithographs by Picasso. Articles include “In Country Sleep” by Dylan Thomas, “On the Place of the Intellect and the Pretensions of the Intellectual” by Ignazio Silone, “Where Shall John Go? XIII - Jamaica” by Ian Fleming, and 6 others.

Kaufmann, Roulin, Amrein, Sauser-Hall, Van Singer [eds] (1997; First Edition), “Furor No. 28; Lecons” (Furor: Geneva) £10.00 £9.00
French card wraps. Whit covers slightly marked. Pp 102, [8]. French text.

Dance

Cyril W. Beaumont (1944; First , Limited and Signed), “The Ballet Called Giselle” (London: Self-published) £5.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. D/w loss to corners and head and tail of spine. Book in good condition. Illustrated ep's. B & w photos. Pp 140. Fold-out plan to rear. SIGNED by author on copyright page.

Kaufmann, Roulin, Amrein, Sauser-Hall, Van Singer [eds] (1997; First Edition), “Furor No. 28; Lecons” (Geneva: Furor) £10.00 £9.00
French card wraps. White covers slightly marked. Pp 102, [8]. French text.

Drama/ Theatre

Michael Van den Heuvel (1991: First , Limited and Signed), “Performing Drama/Dramatizing Performance” (Univ. of Michegan) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, in d/w. Two tiny ink spots to lower edge of text block, otherwise both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 262.

Terry Johnson (1982; First Edition), “Insignificance” (London: Methuen) £12.00 £10.80
Stapled paper wraps, rubbed along edges. 1/4” spot on front cover. Pp 30. Royal Court Writer's Series.

Christopher Marlowe (1903), “Doctor Faustus” (London: Ballantyne Press) £120.00 £108.00
Olive green cloth, blind stamped art nouveau decoration to front and rear boards, gilt to spine, in very good-to-fine condition. Internally fine. Pp 51 + colophon. Colophon reads: “This edition of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe has been seen through the press by John Masefield. Decorated by Charles Ricketts under whose supervision the book has been printed for the benefit of the Romantic Stage Players by the Ballantyne Press M.D.C.C.C.C.III. Sold by Hacon and Ricketts, London & John Lane, New York.”

Stephen Orgel & Roy Strong (1973), “Inigo Jones: The Theatre of the Stuart Court” (London: Sotheby Parke Bernet/ Berkeley, CA: University of California Press) £100.00
Sotheby Parke Bernet/ University of California Press,USA, 1973. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Two Volumes. [Subtitle]: Including the complete designs for productions at court for the most part in the collection of the Duke of Devonshire together with their texts and historical documentation , 1973. Hardcover. Two volumes with dust jacket & boxed. Size: 9.5”x 13.5”, 843pp., several colour plates plus 482 black & white illustrations. Box lightly stained, else near fine, clean & tight condition. Number 51 of a limited edition of 2000 copies. Very heavy item - please ask for shipping cost!

Peter Shaffer (1973; First Edition), “Equus” (London: Andre Deutsch) £20.00 £18.00
Hard back, in protected d/w. D/w slightly worn at extremities, creased along top 1”; not p/c. Book slightly foxed on edges. Pp.105. Nice copy.

Film/ Cinema

Noel Burch (1979; First Edition), “To the Distant Observer: Form and Meaning in the Japanese Cinema” (London: Scolar Press) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. White covers, turning yellow; spine creased and worn at head and tail; corners creased. Internally very good condition, with no markings or inscriptions. Pp 387. Illustrated in b&w. Revised and edited by Annette Michelson.

Caux, Field, De Meredieu, Pilard & Nyman (1987; First Edition), “Peter Greenaway” (Paris: Dis Voir) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Front cover and first few pages slightly stretched along lower edge, otherwise very good condition. Pp 127. Illustrated throughout in b&w. French text.

P. J. O'Connell (1992; First Edition), “Robert Drew and the Development of Cinema Verite in America” (Southern Illinois University Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w . D/w slightly faded down spine, pulled along top edge. Book in fine condition. Pp xiv, 289.

Jonathan Lake Crane (1994; First , Limited and Signed), “Terror and Everyday Life” (Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications) £20.00 £18.00
Unread paperback, in pristine condition. Pp viii, 183. “Singular moments in the history of the horror film.”

Teresa De Lauretis and Stephen Heath [eds] (1980; First Edition), “The Cinematic Apparatus” (London: Macmillan) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w creased along edges. Book in almost fine condition. Pp x, 213. With b&w plates.

Rachael Low (1985; First Edition), “Film Making in 1930's Britain: The History of the British Film 1929 – 1939” (London: George Allen and Unwin) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w creased along top edge, and at foot of spine. Book bumped at head and foot of spine, very light shelf-wear to bottom edge. Pictorial ep's. Pp xv, 452. Illustrated in b&w. Volume VII in the History of the British Film series.

Christian Metz (1974; First Edition), “Film Language: a Semiotics of the Cinema” (New York: OUP) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w creased along top edge, and price-clipped. Book dusty along top edge, otherwise almost fine condition. Pp xiv, 268.

Tom Ryall (2001; First Edition), “Britain and the American Cinema” (London: Sage) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Grey- blue cloth, gilt to spine and front board. Book in fine condition. Bright blue ep's. Pp 179.

Enzo Ungari (1987; First Edition), “Bertolucci By Bertolucci” (London: Plexus) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card wraps lightly shelf-worn. P 303. Illustrated throughout in colour and b&w.

Arnold Wesker (1997; First Edition), “The Birth of Shylock and The Death of Zero Mostel” (London: Quartet Books) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Creased down spine, light shelf-wear. Pp xviii, 382. Signed and dedicated on tp: “For Sheila & Harry, Arnold Wesker, London, 18.XI.97.”

Foreign & Classical Languages

Joannis Jahn (1820), “Elementa Aramaicae Seu Chaldaeo – Syriacae Linguae, Latine Reddita, et Nonnullis Accessionibus Aucta Ab Andrea Oberleitner. Mit Der Vorrede Zur Deutschen Ausgabe Vom Jahre 1793” (Vienna: Antonii Schmid) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, with only the rear board surviving. Text block tightly bound, stitching sound, occasional foxing, minor loss to corners of prelims. 3 fold-out tables badly creased, but no loss. 135mm x 210mm. Pp xvi, [4], 196, xxx, [1]. Aramaic to Latin primer, with 30 page German language foreword at end.

Thomas Price (1943; First Edition), “The Elements of Nyanja for English Speaking students” (Blantyre Nyasaland: Church of Scotland Mission) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, no d/w. Dark brown cloth, red stamped lettering, scuffed front board and spine. Internally good. Previous owner's signature and lib. stamp of the “Orderly Room, 30th Bn. K.A.I.” on fep.; old insect hole to rep. Pp xiv, 304. 3 fold-out tables.

General History

“Acht Um Thiarnai Tighe Agus Tionontaithe, 1931/ Landlord and Tenant Act 1931” (1976; Reprint) (Dublin: The Stationery Office) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled paper covers, in very good condition. Pp 103. Text in both English and Gaelic. This is a 1976 reprint of the 1931 original. Saorstat Eireann, number 55 of 1931.

Derek H. Aldcroft and Anthony Sutcliffe [eds] (1999; First , Limited and Signed), “Europe in the International Economy 1500-2000” (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp xi, 289.

Bede (1930; Limited Edition), “The History of the Church of Englande: Compiled By Venerable Bede Englishman” (Oxford: Basil Blackwell) £250.00 £225.00
Hardback, no d/w. Printed by the Shakespeare Head Press at Stratford-upon-Avon. 1/4 calf with feather-patterned paper-covered boards; gilt titles to spine. Surface of leather slightly scuffed here and there, but not affecting titles; boards very lightly shelf-worn. Internally in fine condition. Pp xx, 479. Wood engraved illustrations and map of England. Printed in black, with some titles in red. Loosely inserted is a slip concerning the leather binding. 475 copies were printed, of which 450 were for sale. Translated by Thomas Stapleton. Heavy item will require extra postage.

J. M. Blaut (1992: First Edition), “1492: The Debate on Colonialism, Eurocentrism and History” (New Jersey: Africa World Press) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp xi, 124.

Hugh Bodey (1975; First , Limited and Signed), “Factories: A Batsford History Kit” (London: Batsford) £10.00 £9.00
Card slip-case in very good condition. Contents in fine condition. The “kit” comprises 40 laminated, double-sided cards, a 16 page booklet for teachers, and a chronological wall-chart. The history of factories and industrialization, 1750 to 1950, designed for 13 to 16 year-olds.

Jack Bradshaw, “The True History of the Australian Bushrangers” (Sydney: The Worker Trustees) £200.00 £180.00
Paperback, no d/w. Undated. Original pictorial grey-green card wraps, considerably browned. 2cm loss to head, and 1cm loss to tail of spine; faded title hand-written down spine; front cover slightly creased across corners. Internally very good condition with occasional foxing: fep, with previous owner's name, has “Extract from Yass Courier, August 18, 1924”. Pp 156. With photo portrait frontis, and 13 b&w plates. Two blank pages to rear bear the following hand-written pencilled inscriptions: #1: “On Mabel ……. My sweetest flower - You possess the power to win my heart and love - God protect you all through life - Until we meet in Heaven above……..(signed) Jack Bradshaw, The Last of the Australian Bushrangers, born 9th May 1846, now 83 years of age.” #2: “Presented to Mrs. Carberry by Jack Bradshaw with my very best regards. May she always live as long as she wants and never want while she lives ….(signed) Jack Bradshaw, The Last of the Australian Bushrangers, Sydney, 22nd June 1929 ”. POST FREE everywhere.

Christine Carpenter [ed] (1996; First Thus), “Kingsford's Stonor Letters and Papers” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Black cloth with maroon/gilt titles to front and spine. Top edge stained with tea (?), which, fortunately, has not permeated into the text block; otherwise in very good condition. Pp xii, 519.

Cipolla/ Borchardt (1985), “Europaische Wirtschafts-Geschichte; Band 3” (Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition, slightly foxed along top edge. Pp vii, 418. Fontana Economic History of Europe. German text. With book plate of Sidney Pollard inside front cover.

Cipolla/Borchardt (1985), “Europaische Wirtschafts-Geschichte; Band 4” (Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp viii, 554. Fontana Economic History of Europe. German text. Bookplate of Sidney Pollard inside front cover.

Cipolla/Borchardt (1986), “Europaische Wirtschafts-Geschichte; Band 5” (Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Slightly foxed along top edge. Pp x, 505. Fontana Economic History of Europe. German text. Bookplate of Sidney Pollard inside front cover.

Neil Cogswell [ed] (1998; First Edition), “1757: The Defence of Prague” (Guisborough: Gralene Books) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Spine slightly faded, otherwise fine condition. Pp xii, 261, with 40 pages of plates. The Journal of Horace St. Paul from 7th May to 28th June, including the Campaign of Marshal Daun. Seven Years War Source material, translated and edited with additional material by Neil Cogswell.

“Concise Dictionary of National Biography (2 Volume set)” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £10.00
Hardback with protected dust wrappers. Volume one: book is very good. Dark grey cloth/ gilt. Dust wrapper is slightly stained and discoloured. Published 1979; Pp vii, 1503. 'Being an Epitome of the Main Work and its Supplement: From the Beginnings to 1900'. Volume two: 1901-1950; book has two-inch square water-stain on front board, otherwise very good. Dust wrapper is spotted and stained. Published 1974; Pp 528. 'Being an Epitome of the Twentieth Century D. N. B. down to the end of 1950'. Please contact seller for shipping rates.

Brig-Gen. F. P. Crozier (1930; 3rd Impression), “A Brass Hat in No Man's Land” (London: Jonathan Cape) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no d/w. Red cloth binding, gilt to spine. Head and tail of spine, and lower corners, bumped. Spine slightly darkened, cloth rather grubby, 2 small indentations to rear board. Internally very good. Binding sound. Small previous owner's signature to front paste-down, along with armorial book plate of “Pocklington of Chelsworth”. Pp 254, illustrated with 12 plates. Scarce First World War recollections. This is the 3rd impression of the first edition. [All 3 first impressions were published in April 1930].

Patrick Delaforce (1998; First Edition), “Churchill's Secret Weapons: The Story of Hobart's Funnies” (London: Hale) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 256. Illustrated in b&w.

Milovan Djilas (1962; First Edition), “Conversations with Stalin” (London: Rupert Hart-Davis) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w . D/w worn and chipped along all edges, but with no loss. Book red cloth, silver to spine, foxed around edges. Pp 192. English text, translated from the Serbo-Croat by Michael B. Petrovich. Loosely inserted are several relevant newspaper cuttings from the 1960's & 70's.

Julio Farrando (1990; First Edition), “That Magnificent Tango” (West Sussex: Self-published) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Orange pictorial card wraps, in very good condition. Pp 84, [4].

Ray Flint (1985; Facsimile reprint), “The March of the History Animal” (Braunton, Devon: Merlin Books Ltd) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 226. Signed, dedicated and dated on tp. Loosely inserted full page ALS to Chris Searle, and publisher's promo material.

Leslie Frewin (editor) (1963; First Edition), “The Cafe Royal Story: A Living Legend” (London: Hutchinson Benham) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback with dust wrapper and cardboard slip case. Dust wrapper is glassine with original price of five guineas inside front wrap-around. Volume has highly decorative cream and maroon design on front board. Illustrated throughout with b&w line drawings and photographs. Foreword is by Graham Greene. Pp 151. The whole is in a maroon slip case, battered at corners. Please contact us for shipping rates.

Jean Froissart (1927; Limited & Numbered First Edition), “Froissart's Cronycles [8 Vol. set]: [Froissart's Chronicles]” (Oxford: Blackwell) £1300.00 £1260.00
8 volume set in fine condition. Printed at The Shakespeare Head Press, Stratford-upon-Avon, 1927-8, and published for the press by Basil Blackwell, Oxford. Number 7, of a limited edition of 350 (of which only 320 were for sale). Bound in original 1/4 cream cloth, blue paper-covered boards, paper label to spine. All volumes in fine condition, illustrated throughout with hand-coloured armorial shields. Translated out of the French by Sir John Bourchier, Lord Berners. Hand-made paper, slightly foxed to edges. Extra tipped-in labels to rear of each volume: the set was intended to be more elaborately bound by the original purchaser. Vol 1, part 1 comprises chapters 1 - 153; vol 1, pt 2, chs 154 - 261; vol 1, pt 3, chs 262 - 367; vol 1, pt 4, chs 368 - 451: vol 2, pt 1, chs 1 - 52; vol 2 pt 2, chs 53 - 149 ; vol 2 pt 3, chs 150 - 199 ; vol 2 pt 4, chs 200 - 249 plus indexes and armorial, and 5 hand-coloured maps. Two Shakespeare Head Press leaflets laid-in. Vol 1 pt 4, vol 2 pt 2, vol 2 pt 3, and the Armorial have uncut pages - i.e. have never been opened. A beautiful set. Heavy item will require extra postage.

Philip H. Godsell (First UK Edition), “They Got Their Man: On Patrol with the North West Mounted” (London: Robert Hale) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback in protected d/w. D/w has minor loss to all edges and corners. Book has light wear to head and tail of spine, and lower edge. Red cloth, gilt to spine. With frontis and 14 b&w photos. Undated: author's foreword dated Jan. 15th 1940. Scarce title.

Galia Golan (1971; First Edition), “The Czechoslovak Reform Movement: Communism in Crisis, 1962 – 1968” (London: Cambridge University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xi, 169. Edited by Colin White & Lorraine McWilliams. SIGNED and dedicated by Author to verso of fep.

Francis Green (Compiler) (First Edition), “Calendar of Deeds & Documents [3 Vol]” (Aberystwyth: National Library of Wales) £40.00 £36.00
Hardbacks, no d/w's. Original brown cloth, gilt to spines; volumes II & III have gilt crest to front board; volume II has small stains to lower edge; all volumes slightly foxed edges: otherwise in fine condition. All volumes first editions. Volume I: The Coleman Deeds; pp 466; published 1921. Volume II: The Crosswood Deeds; pp 478; published 1927. Volume III: The Hawarden Deeds; pp 477; published 1931. Only 500 copies published. Heavy set may require extra postage.

J. Leslie Hotson (1925; First Edition), “The Death of Christopher Marlowe” (London: Nonesuch Press) £35.00 £31.50
Brown buckram, gilt to spine. Very slightly cockled, otherwise in fine condition. Pp 76. Fold-out frontis and 4 other illustrations.

Sydney Hudson-Reed (comp) (1970; First Edition), “1820 Settlers Stories” (Johannesburg: Macmillan & Co) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, in d/w. Pictorial d/w minor loss to head and tail of spine and corners, slightly darkened spine. Book slightly worn at head & tail of spine and at lower front right-hand corner. Previous owner's name to fep. Pp 127. Full page b&w illustrations to recto; text to verso.

George Katkov (1980; First Edition), “The Kornilov Affair: Kerensky and the Break-up of the Russian Army” (London: Longman) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback, no d/w. Book white cloth, shiny red titles to spine, in almost fine condition. Pp xiv, 210.

Martin Kitchen (1978; First Edition), “The Political Economy of Germany 1815 – 1914” (London: Croom Helm) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in almost fine condition. Pp 304.

Adolph Koeppel (1976; First Edition), “The Stamps That Caused the American Revolution: The Stamps of the 1765 British Stamp Act for America” £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, no d/w. Bright red cloth, gilt to spine. Upper corners and head and tail of spine bumped. Internally in fine condition. Pp 193. Published under the auspices of the Town of North Hempstead (New York) American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, at the Town of North Hempstead, Manhasset, New York, 1976. Line drawings by Gardner Tyrell.

Landlord and Tenant Commission (1968; First , Limited and Signed), “Report on Certain Questions Arising Under the Landlord and Tenant Acts, 1958 and 1967 [Prl. 59].” (Dublin: The Stationery Office) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled card wraps, in very good condition. Pp vi, 50.

Peter Lane (1975: First , Limited and Signed), “Health and Housing : A Batsford History” (London: Batsford) £10.00 £9.00
Card slip-case in very good condition. Contents in fine condition. Kit consists of 40 double-sided, laminated cards, a 16 page booklet for teachers and a chronological wall-chart. History of Health and Housing, 1750 to 1950, designed for 13 to 16 year-olds.

Deborah E. Lipstadt (1993; First Edition), “Denying the Holocaust: The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory” (New York: The Free Press) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Book 1/4 grey cloth, red titles to spine, with black paper covered boards; red ep's. Pp ix, 278.

David M. Malone (2006; First Edition), “The International Struggle Over Iraq” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Unread, mint condition hardback, in mint, protected, d/w. Pp xiv, 398. “Politics in the UN Security Council 1980-2005.”

Robert D. Mattley (1899; First Edition), “Annals of Rochdale: a Chronological View from the Earliest Times to the End of the Year 1898” (Rochdale: James Clegg/The Aldine Press) £85.00 £76.50
Hardback, no d/w. Olive green cloth, with black titles and rules to spine and front cover. Lettering to spine slightly faded; head and tail of spine slightly worn; occasional light spotting to rear cover. Previous owner's signatures to fep; otherwise in lovely condition: binding perfectly sound, no markings or inscriptions. Pp 178. Map of Rochdale as frontis. Scarce item.

Henry Metelmann (1997; First Edition), “A Hitler Youth: Growing Up in Germany in the 1930's” (London: Caliban Books) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly faded down spine; book has very light occasional pencillings; otherwise both book & d/w in fine condition. Pp 237.

Roger Middleton (2000; First , Limited and Signed), “The British Economy Since 1945: Engaging with the Debate” (London: Macmillan) £12.50 £11.25
Hardback, no d/w. Book as new. Laminated boards. Pp xix, 198.

Richard H. Mitchell (1976; First , Limited and Signed), “Thought Control in Prewar Japan” (London: Cornell Univ. Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 226.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol II; Nos 3 & 4; Summer 1942” (1942; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £4.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale blue wraps, spine darkened and slightly worn, covers foxed. Pp 97 - 180, vii.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol III; Nos 1 & 2; Summer 1943.” (1943; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £4.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale blue wraps, darkened spine, light edge-wear. Pp 68.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol IV; Nos 1 & 2 - Summer 1945 AND Nos 3 & 4 -Summer 1946: In two Parts.” (First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £16.00 £14.40
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Pale blue wraps, spines darkened, covers slightly foxed. Part 1: pp 96 + plates, pub'd 1945; part 2: pp 97 - 216 + plates. Two separate issues containing both parts of “The Church in Wales”. Heavy item may require extra postage.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Volume V; Nos 1, 2, 3, 4: Summer & Winter, 1947, Summer & Winter 1948; 4 Issues” (First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £10.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Pale blue wraps, spines darkened, numbers written on spine, covers occasionally foxed. No 1: pp 80 + plates, Summer 1947. No 2: pp 81- 164 + plates, Winter 1947. No 3: pp 165 - 232 + plates, Summer 1948. No 4: pp 233 - 303 + plates, Winter 1948. Set of 4 : heavy item will require extra postage.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Volume VI; Nos 1, 2, 3, 4; 1949/1950” (First edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £10.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Pale blue wraps, Darkening and slight loss to spines, covers slightly foxed. Part 1: pp 116 + plate, Summer 1949. Part 2: pp 117 - 196 + plates, Winter 1949. Part 3: pp 197 - 308 + plates, Summer 1950. Part 4: pp 309 - 395 + plates, Winter 1950. Set of 4 issues; heavy item will require extra postage.

“The National Library of Wales Journal: Volume VII; No 1 Summer 1951” (1951; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale blue wraps, spine darkened, written number on spine. Pp 84 + plates.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Volume VII; No 2; Winter 1951” (1951; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £6.00 £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale blue wraps, spine darkened with written number added. Pp 85 - 164 + plates.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol VII; No 4; Winter 1952” (1952; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale blue wraps, spine has slight loss to head and tail, with written number. Pp 277 - 387 + plates.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol XIV; Nos 1,2,3,4; 1965/66” (First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Pale grey wraps, slight edge-wear. No 1: pp 128 + plates, Summer 1965. No 2: pp 129 - 252 + plates, Winter 1965. No 3: pp 253 - 376 + plates, Summer 1966. No 4: pp 377 - 502 + plates, Winter 1966. All four issues: heavy item will require extra postage.

“The National Library of Wales Journal: Vol. XV, No. 1; Summer 1967” (1967: First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale green wraps in very good condition. Pp 112.

“The National Library of Wales Journal: Vol XV, No 2; Winter 1967” (1967; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale green wraps in very good condition. Pp 113 - 235 + b&w plates.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol XVI; No 1; Summer 1969” (1969; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff card wraps in very good condition. Pp 104 + plates.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol XVI; No 2; Winter 1969” (1969; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff wraps in very good condition. Pp 105 - 192 + plates.

“The National Library of Wales Journal; Vol XVIII; No 1; Summer 1973” (1973; First Edition) (Aberystwyth: Nat. Lib. Of Wales) £2.00
Paperback, no d/w. Grey wraps, faded to spine, cover slightly creased. Pp 148.

Patrick H. O'Neil [ed] (1997; First Edition), “Post-Communism and the Media in Eastern Europe” (London: Frank Cass) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 144.

Walter Phelps Hall (1976; Reprint), “British Radicalism 1791 – 1797” (New York: Octagon Books) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback, no d/w. Brick-red cloth, gilt to spine and front cover. Head and tail of spine slightly bumped, o/w fine condition. Edges lightly foxed, but internally fine. Pp 262. Reprint of the author's thesis, first published in 1912.

Graham Platts (1985; First Edition), “Land and People in Medieval Lincolnshire” (Lincoln: History of Lincolnshire Committee) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback in protected d/w. Top edge slightly dusted, o/w both book and d/w in excellent condition. Pp [12], 340. Illustrated throughout with maps, plans and b&w photographs. Volume IV in the “History of Lincolnshire” series, ed. by Maurice Barley.

Candice E. Proctor (1990; First , Limited and Signed), “Women, Equality, and the French Revolution” (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press) £22.00 £19.80
Hardback, no d/w. Book as new, except for a dozen lines highlighted in pink on pages 22 & 23. Externally in fine condition, with no other markings or inscriptions. Pp xiii, 210.

Rents and Leaseholds Commission (1954; First , Limited and Signed), “Report on Reversionary Leases Under the Landlord & Tenant Acts [Pr. 2532 ]” (Dublin: The Stationery Office) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled card wraps in very good condition. Pp vi, 61.

”The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire, Sept 1913, No. 12” (1913; First Edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Spine darkened, with some loss; boards worn; edges foxed. Pp 585 - 773. With index to Vol III.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire June 1914, No. 15” (1914; First Edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Minor loss to spine, boards slightly worn. Pp 391 - 590.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire December 1914, No. 17” (1914; First Edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Some loss to spine, boards worn. Pp 1 - 302.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire September 1915, No. 20” (1915; First Edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Minor loss to spine, boards edge-worn. Pp 707 - 905.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire June 1916, No. 23” (1916; First edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Boards worn along edges, spine has minor loss. Pp 391 - 606.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire December 1916, No. 25” (1916; First edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Edges of boards worn, 50% loss to spine. Internally very good, sound copy. Pp 1 - 194.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire March 1917, No.26” (1917; First edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.50
Grey paper-covered boards, titles to spine, contents to front board. Minor loss to spine, boards worn along edges. Pp 195 - 407.

“The Round Table: a Quarterly Review of the Politics of the British Empire December 1919, No. 37” (1919; First edition) (London: Macmillan) £2.00
Grey card wraps, edge-worn; lacks spine; still intact, but becoming disbound. Pp 1 - 219.

D. J. Taylor (2007; First Edition), “Bright Young People: The Rise and Fall of a Generation: 1918 – 1940” (London: Chatto and Windus) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xiv, 322, with pictorial ep's and 39 b&w plates.

F. Taylor (1955; First Thus), “Hand-list of the Bagshawe Muniments Deposited in the John Rylands Library” (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £6.00 £5.40
Paperback, no d/w. Brown card wraps, titles to front cover, very good condition. Pp 143. Reprinted from the library's Bulletin, Vols 36 - 37 (1953 - 1955), with the addition of an Index of Persons and Places.

Mikulas Teich and Roy Porter [eds] (First , Limited and Signed), “The Industrial Revolution in National Context: Europe and the USA” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £35.00 £31.50
Hardback, no d/w, as issued. Pictorial laminated boards. Brand new book still in unopened shrink-wrap.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume I; Jan 12 to Mar 27, 1886; in Two Parts” (1886; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardbacks, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Head and tail of spine bumped, light edge-wear. Internally fine condition. Part 1: pp [24], 1 to 368; Jan 12 - Mar 5, 1886. Part 2: pp [20], 369 to 659, + 24 page index; Mar 8 - Mar 26, 1886. 2 vol set; heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume II; Mar 29 to Jun 25 1886; 2 Parts” (1886; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardbacks, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Rear board, part 2, has some water damage; part 1 slightly scuffed. Part 1: pp xiv, 1 to 396; Mar 29 - May 7 1886. Part 2: pp 397 to 963 + 28 page index. 2 volume set; heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Vol VI, Part 2; Jul 29 to Aug 25 1887” (1887; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Head and tail of spine slightly worn, covers lightly scuffed. Pp 387 to 758. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume VII; Feb 9 to Mar 27, 1888; 2 Parts” (1888; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardbacks, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spines. Head and tails of spines bumped, boards lightly scuffed. Part 1: pp [36 - incl index], 1 to 342; Feb 9 - Mar 1, 1888. Part 2: pp 343 to 748; Mar 1 - Mar 27, 1888. 2 vol set; heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume VIII; Apr 5 to Jun 15, 1888; 2 Parts” (1888; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardbacks, no d/w's. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Head and tails of spines worn, covers slightly scuffed. Part 1: pp 32 [index], 1 to 484; Apr 5 - May 4, 1888. Part 2: pp 485 to 916; May 4 - Jun 15, 1888. 2 volume set; heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume X; Nov 6 to Dec 24, 1888” (1889; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. External hinges worn in places, all edges shelf-worn. Book-plate [Lees Knowles, Lincoln's Inn] to front paste-down. Pp ix, 753, 28 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XI; Feb 21 to Apr 16, 1889” (1889; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Head and tail of spine worn, spine scuffed; front cover creased. Internally fine. Pp x, 867, 28 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XII; Apr 29 to Jul 12, 1889” (1889; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Slightly edge-worn. Internally fine. Pp iv, 824, 33 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XIV; Feb 11 to Apr 1, 1890” (1890; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Head and tail of spine worn, front cover scuffed. Book-plate to front paste-down , hinges cracked but sound. Pp iv, 24 - index, 797. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XV; Apr 14 to Jun 20, 1890” (1890; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Minor stains to covers, light edge-wear. Pp iii, 30 - index, 861. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XVI; Jun 23 to Aug 18, 1890” (1890; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Edges bumped, light spotting to covers. Pp xiii, 714, 32 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XVIII Mar 16 to Jun 12, 1891” (1891; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Spine bumped at head and tail; 1” tear to upper edge of front cover; slightly shelf-worn. Pp iii, 778, 30 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Commons; Volume XIX; Jun 15 to Aug 5, 1891” (1891; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt titles to spine. Head and tail of spine bumped, half-inch tear to front hinge, boards scuffed. Pp xi, 648, 29 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates, House of Lords, Vol 1; Jan 12 to Jun 25, 1886” (1886; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth binding, gilt titles to spine. Head and tail of spine slightly worn, covers scuffed. Internally fine condition. With index. Pp v, 284, 8. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates, House of Lords, Volume II, Aug 1886 to Sept 1886 and Jan 1887 to Sept 1887” (1887; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt to spine. Head and tail of spine worn, corners bumped. First section missing [26 pages ] - starts Sept 23rd, 1886. Pp vii, 27 - 494, 12 - index. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates, House of Lords, Volume III, Feb to Dec, 1888” (1889; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt to spine. Head and tail of spine worn, corners bumped. Book plate to front paste-down (Lees Knowles, Lincoln's Inn ). Pp vi, [4], 494, 12. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Lords, Volume IV; Feb to Aug 1889” (1889; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt to spine. Boards slightly bumped and scuffed. Pp iv, 312, 10, viii. Heavy item will require extra postage.

“The Times Parliamentary Debates; House of Lords, Volume VI, Nov 1890 to Aug 1891” (1891; First Edition) (London: George Edward Wright at the Times) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt to spine. Boards lightly scuffed. Pp iv, 321, 10 - index. States Vol VI on title page - vol 7 on spine. Heavy item will require extra postage.

Leonid Vladimirov (1968; Second Printing), “The Russians” (New York: Frederick A. Praeger) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w worn along all edges, with repaired tears. Book red cloth, gilt to spine, which is worn at head & tail. Front ep foxed. Pp vi, 249. Loosely inserted are several relevant newspaper cuttings from the 1960's & 70's.

G. W. Waine and Rev. W. Oliver [eds] (1936; First Edition), “The Register of the Civil Marriages, 1653 - 1660 Belonging to Richmondshire in the County of York AND An Index to the Parish Register Transcripts Belonging the Archdeaconry of Richmond (the Ancient Deaneries of Boroughbridge, Catterick and Richmond)” (The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Maroon cloth, gilt to spine. Ex-lib. Spine has Dewey number removed, head of spine bumped. University library plates present, and occasional stamps. Pp xvii, 94, xxii, with tipped-in key to abbreviations. Fold-out map of Richmondshire.

Jarlath Waldron (1992: First Edition), “Maamtrasna: The Murders and the Mystery” (Dublin: Edmund Burke Publisher) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly creased at head of spine, book bumped at head of spine, otherwise both in fine condition. Pp 335. Illustrated in b&w, with maps as ep's. Introduction by Robert Kee. Inscription on title page, above the title, to previous owner by family or friends. Inscribed below the title: “With every good wish, Jarlath Waldron”. Scarce first edition.

John Warr (1992; First Thus), “A Spark in the Ashes: The Pamphlets” (London: Verso) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Spine very lightly faded; light pencillings throughout. Pp xii, 116. Edited and with an introduction by Stephen Sedley and Lawrence Kaplan; foreword by Christopher Hill.

Herman Van Der Wee (1984), “Geschichte Der Weltwirtschaft Im 20 Jahrhundert; Band 6: Der Gebremste Wohlstand; Wiederaufbau, Wachstum, Und Strukturwandel Der Weltwirtschaft Seit 1945” (Munich: Deutscher Taschenbuch) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp 645. Signed and dedicated on title page: “For Sidney, with my sincerest admiration, Pinto, 4/5/1990, Herman.” Loosely inserted is a compliments slip from Prof. Dr. Van Der Wee. Pasted inside front cover is the bookplate of Sidney Pollard.

Nick Winder (2000; First Edition), “The Path-Finder as Historian: An Essay of Modernism, of the Emerging Science of Cultural Ecodynamics and the Mathematics of History” (Kiruna, Sweden: SMC) £35.00 £31.50
Paperback, no d/w. Almost folio size, pictorial card wraps. Pp [6], 212.

Michael Wood (2000; First Edition), “Conquistadors” (London: BBC) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 288. Illustrated throughout. SIGNED by author and dedicated on tp to “Pauline” - i.e. Pauline Shearstone, a well-known Sheffield artist.

Language/ Literary Criticism

Aijaz Ahmad (1992; First , Limited and Signed), “In Theory: Classes, Nations, Literatures” (London: Verso) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has light creases to edges, book lightly bumped at head and tail of spine, with light pencillings to text. Pp x, 358.

Martin Atkinson, David Kilby and Iggy Roca (1982; First Edition), “Foundations of General Linguistics” (London: George Allen and Unwin) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in almost fine condition. Pp xiii, [5], 388.

Lyle F. Bachman and Adrian S. Palmer (1996; Reprint), “Language Testing in Practice” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelfwear only. Pp vi, 377.

Roland Barthes/ Nick Davies [trans] (2011; Limited Edition), “The Pleasure of the Text: A Cultural Experiment into Sociolinguistic Values” (London: Vernacular Publications) £30.00 £27.00
Yellow card wraps, in fine condition. Pp 9, 70, 20. Number 105 of 160 copies.

Joan C. Beal (2006; First Edition) “Language and Region” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp viii, 117.

Elisabeth Brewer (1993; Second Edition Reprint), “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight - Sources and Analogues” (Cambridge: D S Brewer) £15.00 £13.50
Hard back in protected d/w. Book in fine condition. D/w price-clipped, o/w also fine. Pp 184.

Julie A. Carson (1999), “The South Atlantic Quarterly - Summer 1999 - Volume 98 - Number 3: Special Issue - Domestic / Tragedy” (Durham, North Carolina: S.A.Q.) £6.00 £5.40
Softback. As good as new. Pp iv, 293. Articles by: Samuel Weber, D. Vance Smith, Karen Bassi, Richard Helgerson, Molly Ierulli, Joe Cleary, Lisa A. Freeman, Louise O. Fradenburg, Tom McCall, and introduction by Julie A. Carson.

C. B. Cox and A. E. Dyson [eds] (1966; First edition), “The Critical Quarterly; Vol 8, No 1; Spring 1966” (London: The Critical Quarterly) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Corners bumped, light shelf-wear. Pp 96. Contributions by Ted Hughes (5 poems), R.S. Thomas (3 poems), Gary Snyder (3 poems), and many others.

C. B. Cox and A. E. Dyson [eds] (1969; First Edition), “The Critical Quarterly; Vol 11, No 1; Spring 1969” (London: The Critical Quarterly) £6.00 £5.40
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 96.

C. B. Cox and A. E. Dyson [eds] (1971; First edition), “The Critical Quarterly; Vol 13, No 2; Summer 1971” (London: The Critical Quarterly) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 99 to 192. Includes 3 poems by R.S. Thomas, and an article on Sylvia Plath by Ted Hughes.

David Crystal (1976; First Paperback Edition), “Prosodic Systems and Intonation in English” (London: Cambridge University Press) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback no d/w. Front cover creased across lower right-hand corner ; previous owner's name to verso of front cover. Pp viii, 381.

R. M. W. Dixon (1972; First Edition), “ Dyirbal Languages of North Queensland” (London: Cambridge University Press) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback. no d/w. Previous owner's name to verso of front cover. Pp xxiv, 420.

Wilis Edmondson (1981; First Edition), “Spoken Discourse: a Model for Analysis” (London: Longman) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Pp 217.

Suzanne Eggins and Diana Slade (2004; Reprint), “Analysing Casual Conversation” (London: Equinox) £35.00 £31.50
Paperback, no d/w. As new. Pp xiv, 333.

Barbara A. Fox (1993; First Paperback Edition), “Discourse Structure and Anaphora: Written and Conversational English” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £16.50 £14.85
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp viii, 173.

D. B. Fry (1979; First Edition), “The Physics of Speech” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pp 148.

Nancy M. Grace and Ronna C. John (2004; First , Limited and Signed), “Breaking the Rule of Cool: Interviewing and Reading Women Beat Writers” (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. as new. Pp xiii, 295.

Nigel Gray (1973: First , Limited and Signed), “The Silent Majority: a Study of the Working Class in Post-war British Fiction” (London: Vision Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w have light shelf-wear along edges. Pp 227. Loosely inserted is a 3 page type-written contemporary review of the book.

Eliza Haywood (1998; First Thus), “The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless” (Peterborough, Ontario, Canada: Broadview Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book has the lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp 652, [3]. Edited by Christine Blouch. With introduction, notes, list of works, and bibliography.

F W J Hemmings (1953; First Edition), “Emile Zola” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth/gilt. Tiny unobtrusive water mark to spine, otherwise in very good condition. Light foxing to front paste-down; previous owner's inscription to fep. Pp 308.

Raphael Ingelbien (2002; First Edition), “Misreading England: Poetry and Nationhood Since the Second World War” (Amsterdam: Rodopi) £28.00 £25.20
Paperback, no d/w. Slight crease down spine, otherwise appears unread. Pp 252. Costerus New Series 142.

David Johnson and Elaine Treharne (2005; First Edition), “Readings in Medieval Texts: Interpreting Old and Middle English Literature” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp ix, 400.

Gary Kelly (1990; Second Impression), “English Fiction of the Romantic Period 1789-1830” (London: Longman) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book in very good condition, but some page corners turned down [ now straightened ]. Pp xii, 330.

John Kinsella [ed] (First Edition), “A Salt Reader” (Applecross, Western Australia: Folio [Publishers - NOT Folio Society]) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp 336. Represents issues 5, 6 and 7 of Salt Literary Journal.

Krafft, Duyfhuizen and Tololyan [eds] (1994: First , Limited and Signed), “Pynchon Notes 30 - 31; Spring - Fall 1992” £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 231.

Julia Kristeva (1980; First , Limited and Signed), “Desire in Language: a Semiotic Approach to Literature and Art” (Oxford: Blackwell) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. Black cloth, gilt to spine; fine condition. Pp xi, 305.

Geoffrey Lester [ed] (1999; First Edition), “Chaucer in Perspective: Middle English Essays in Honour of Norman Blake” (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 406.

Sydney Levy & Michel Pierssens (1979), “Sub-Stance 22” (Madison, Wisconsin: Sub-Stance Inc.) £9.00 £8.10
Softback. Slight shelf grubbiness. No wear or markings to covers, except for some wear to head of spine. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 126. Includes articles by: Wladimir Krysinski, Peter Lock, Dalia Judovitz, Allen S. Weiss, Michael J. Bell, Eric Gould, Linda Klieger Stillman, Jacqueline Urla & Leonard Orr.

John J. McCarthy [ed] (2004; First Edition), “Optimality Theory in Phonology” (Oxford: Blackwell) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Head of spine slightly bumped. Pp xvi, 603.

Deborah L. Madsen (1991; First , Limited and Signed), “The Postmodernist Allegories of Thomas Pynchon” (Leicester: Leicester University Press) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w has light shelf-wear only. Book - black cloth/gilt - in fine condition, apart from occasional light pencil annotations. Pp vi, 146.

Paul Maltby (1991; First , Limited and Signed), “Dissident Postmodernists: Barthelme, Coover, Pynchon” (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press) £65.00 £58.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 215.

Toril Moi [ed] (2002; Reprint), “The Kristeva Reader” (Oxford: Blackwell) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp vii, 327.

Diego Munoz (1948; First Thus), “Las Tres Etapas De La Lirica Nerudian: Esbozo Historico Social De Su Evolucion” (Chile: Ediciones “Lastarria”) £20.00 £18.00
Stapled paper wraps, in very good condition. Pp 27. Text in Spanish.

Anaïs Nin (1969; First Edition), “The Novel of the Future” (London: Peter Owen) £7.50 £6.75
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is rubbed at the edges and has some shelfwear grubbiness, but is complete. Pale blue / gilt to spine. Slight bumps to corner. No other wear to boards or spine. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 214; with index.

David B. Pisoni and Robert E. Remez [eds] (2005; First Edition), “The Handbook of Speech Perception” (Oxford: Blackwell) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in almost fine condition. Pp xi, 708. Review copy - slip enclosed.

Randolph Quirk and Sidney Greenbaum (1975; Fourth Impression), “A University Grammar of English” (London: Longman) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in very good condition. Previous owner's inscription to fep.Pp xi, 484.

Quirk, Greenbaum, Leech and Svartvik (1974) “A Grammar of Contemporary English” (London: Longman) £16.00 £14.40
Very good condition hardback in very good, price-clipped d/w. Pp xii, 1120. Fifth impression ( corrected ). Heavy book may incur extra postage.

Margaret Reynolds (2003; First Edition), “The Sappho History” (Basingstoke: Palgrave) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w bumped along top edge, otherwise in fine condition. Pp xii, 311. With frontis, 13 figs, and 15 plates.

Iggy Roca [ed] (1997; First Edition), “Derivations and Constraints in Phonology” (Oxford: Clarendon Press) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp xii, 601.

Jacqueline Rose (1996; First Edition), “States of Fantasy: The Clarendon Lectures in English Literature 1994” (Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press) £36.00 £32.40
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly pulled along top edge. Book slightly bumped at head of spine. Previous owner's name to fep removed, with hardly a trace left. Otherwise both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp viii, 188.

Jean Louis Schefer [ed] (1983; First Edition), “Cafe Librairie No. 1” (Paris: Editions De La Difference, Diffusion Presses Universitaires De France) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card wraps, slightly grubby. Internally very good condition. Pp 111.

Bernard A. Schopen (1990; First Edition), “Ross MacDonald” (Boston, Mass.: Twayne) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback in protected d/w. Book : blue cloth, gilt to spine, in fine condition. D/w scuffed and creased along all edges. Pp xiv, 149. Ross Macdonald was the pseudonym of Kenneth Millar. A volume in Twayne's United States Authors Series.

Daniel R. Schwarz (2008; First , Limited and Signed), “In Defense of Reading: Teaching Literature in the Twenty-First Century” (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. As new. Pp xvii, 198.

Mack Smith (1995; First Edition), “Literary Realism and the Ekphrastic Tradition” (Univ. Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp x, 269.

Leslie C. Staples [ed] (1963; First edition), “The Dickensian; Vol LIX, Part II; May, 1963; No 340” (London: The Dickens Fellowship) £6.00 £5.40
Stapled green card wraps in fine condition. Pp 67 to 128. Photo frontis.

Leslie C. Staples [ed] (1966; First Edition), “The Dickensian; Vol LXII, Part III; Sept 1966; No 350” (London: The Dickens Fellowship) £6.00 £5.40
Stapled green card wraps, lightly shelf-worn. Pp 131 to 192. Photo frontis.

“Tel Quel; No. 70, Summer 1977” (1977; First Edition) (Paris: Seuil) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. 1 cm tear to front cover, spine darkened. Pp 104. French text.

Geoff Thompson (1997; Reprint), “Introducing Functional Grammar” (London: Arnold) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp viii, 262.

Walter Truett Anderson [ed] (1996; Reprint), “The Fontana Post-Modernism Reader” (London: Fontana) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp 235.

Andrew J. Welburn (1986; First Edition), “Power and Self-Consciousness in the Poetry of Shelley” (New York: St Martin’s Press) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete but with a little wear to the head and foot of spine, otherwise very good. Pale blue / gilt. Some minor wear to head and foot of spine. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp xiv, 234; with index.

Charles Williams and C. S. Lewis (1952; Second Edition), “Arthurian Torso Containing the Posthumous Fragment of the Figure of Arthur and a Commentary on the Arthurian Poems Of Charles Williams” (London: OUP) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Red cloth, gilt to spine. Spine slightly rubbed, bumped at head and tail. Top edge red. Light pencil annotations. Pp 200.

Peter Wolfe (1976; First Edition), “Dreamers Who Live Their Dreams: The World of Ross MacDonald's Novels” (Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, no d/w. Bright blue cloth with black titles to spine, portrait sketch to front cover. Two small marks to rear cover, otherwise book in fine condition. Pp 346.

Local Histories/ Interest

Isabel Harriet Anderson (1984; Reprint), “Inverness Before Railways” (Inverness: Charles Leakey/ the Inverness Bookshop) £10.00 £9.00
Soft back, no d/w. Book has only the lightest of shelfwear. Pp 193. Limited edition of 2,000. Reprint of the 1885 edition, originally published by A. and W. Mackenzie.

Anneke Bambery [compiler] (1978; First Edition), “Joyce R. Himsworth: Sheffield Silversmith” (Sheffield: Sheffield City Museums) £10.00 £9.00
White card stapled wraps, blue titles to front. Covers slightly soiled. Pp 19. Illustrated in b&w. Foreword by John Bartlett. Catalogue no.36, of an exhibition held on 8th July - 3rd September 1978.

H. O. Bannister and J. Turner [eds] (1908; First Edition), “Picturesque Hastings: Souvenir of the Conference of the National Union of Teachers, Easter 1908” (London: Henry Frowde for Hodder and Stoughton) £16.00 £14.40
Hardback, no d/w. Plum-coloured imitation snakeskin, with gilt titles and design to spine, crest to front cover. AEG. Spine faded and worn, corners and edges scuffed. Marbled ep's. Pp 250, plus large advertisement section to rear. Illustrated throughout in black and white ; some ads in colour.

I. S. W. Blanchard [ed] (1971; First Edition), “The Duchy of Lancaster's Estates in Derbyshire 1485 – 1540” (Ripley: Derbyshire Archaeological Society) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, silver titles to spine. Almost fine condition. Previous owner's name sticker to front paste-down. Pp 124. Society Record Series volume 3 for 1967.

Elizabeth Ann Biddulph (1999; First , Limited and Signed), “Leek's Forgotten Centuries: It's Ancient History Unearthed” (Leek: Spellcraft Books) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. As new. Pp 121. Illustrated throughout in black and white.

Eric Birley [ed] (1951; First Edition), “Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society , Volume L” (Kendal: CWAAS) £3.00
Hardback, no d/w. Brown cloth, with gilt titles to spine, and the society's crest to front board. Gilt faded, corners bumped, edge-worn. Volume L: new series. Pp 261, [5]. With photographs, plans and fold-out maps.

Eric Birley and C. M. Lowther Bouch [eds] (1952; First Edition), “Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, Volume LI” (Kendal: CWAAS) £3.00
Hardback, no d/w. Brown cloth, gilt titles to spine, society's crest to front board. Spine faded, extremities bumped, edges foxed. Pp 255, [5]. Volume LI: new series. With photos, plans, fold-outs etc.

Brian Bonsall (1960; First Edition), “Sir James Lowther, and Cumberland & Westmorland Elections 1754 - 1775” (Manaton, Devon: Manchester University Press) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in d/w. Very light foxing to d/w, and page edges. Book in almost fine condition: dark green cloth, gilt to spine. Pp x, 161.

Bert Broomhead (1980: First Edition), “The Golden Flower” (Bakewell: Self-published) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in new condition. Pp [10], 96. with fold-out map and genealogical table to rear. Illustrated in b&w. Scarce history of Broomhead Hall and family.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 33; No 1; Sept, 1950” (1950; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Brown paper wraps; yapp fore-edges crushed; small number written on front cover. Internally fine condition - unread/uncut pages. Pp 187.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 35; No 1; Sept 1952” (1952; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Brown paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; name and number written on front cover. Internally fine condition. Pp 271, with plates.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 36; Nos 1 & 2; Sept 1953 and Mar 1954; Two Issues.” (First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Brown paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; covers browned, slightly stained, with previous owner's inscriptions. No 1: pp 280 + plates. No 2: pp 281 - 593 + plates. Two issues; heavy item may require extra postage.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 38; No 2; Mar 1956” (1956; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Brown paper wraps; yapp edges crushed, small mark to front cover; internally in very good condition. Pp 271 - 563 + plates.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 39; No 1; Sept 1956” (1956; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Brown paper wraps; covers creased; an item of the contents has been underlined. Internally fine condition. Pp 276 + plates.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 40; No 2; Mar 1958” (1958; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Grey paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; front cover slightly marked; internally in fine condition. Pp 259 - 558 + plates.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 41; No 1; Sept 1958” (1958; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Grey paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; item of contents high-lighted ; internally in fine condition. Pp 268 + plates.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 51; No 1; Autumn 1968” (1968; First Edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback no d/w. Grey paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; small inscription to front cover; internally fine condition. Pp 261.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 54; No 2; Spring 1972” (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps; edges bumped; internally fine condition. Pp 241 - 478.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library Manchester; Vol 55; Nos 1 & 2; Autumn 1972 and Spring 1973; Two Issues” (First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Buff paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; small annotation to front of No 1; internally in fine condition. No 1: pp 252 + plates. No 2: pp 253 - 482. Two issues; heavy item may require extra postage.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 56; Nos 1 & 2; Autumn 1973 and Spring 1974; Two Issues” (First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Buff paper wraps, yapp edges crushed, no 2 foxed; internally in fine condition. No 1: pp 246. No 2: 247 - 491, 17.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 57; No 1; Autumn 1974” (1974; First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps, slightly edge-worn. Internally in fine condition. Pp 246.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands Library Manchester; Vol 58; No 1; Autumn 1975” (1975; First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps, small annotation to front; internally fine condition. Pp 237.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester; Vol 59; Nos 1 & 2; Autumn 1976 and Spring 1977; Two Issues.” (First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Buff paper wraps; yapp edges crushed; under-linings to contents on front covers. Internally in fine condition. No 1: pp 246. No 2: pp 247 - 485, 17. Two issues; heavy item may require extra postage.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester: Vol 60; Nos 1 & 2; Autumn 1977 and Spring 1978; Two Issues” (First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Buff paper wraps; bumped edges; cup ring to no 2. Internally fine condition. No 1: pp 268. No 2: pp 269 - 526, 16. Two issues; heavy item may require extra postage.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester; Vol 63; No 2; Spring 1981” (1981; First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps, slightly grubby; internally in fine condition. Pp 253 - 504, 16, + plates.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester; Vol 64; No 2; Spring 1982” (1982; First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps, slightly grubby; internally in fine condition. Pp 279 - 548.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester; Vol 65; Nos 1 & 2; Autumn 1982 and Spring 1983; Two Issues” (First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £8.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Buff paper wraps, lightly shelf-worn, otherwise both issues in fine condition. No 1: pp 264. No 2: pp 286. Two issues; heavy item may require extra postage.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester; Vol 66; No 1; Autumn 1983” (1983; First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £4.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps in very good condition; internally in fine condition. Pp 277.

“Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester; Vol 67; No 1; Autumn 1984” (1984; First edition) (Manchester: John Rylands Library) £4.00
Paperback, no d/w. Buff paper wraps, slightly creased; internally in fine condition. Pp 285 - 559 + plates.

John Charlesworth [ed] (1917; First Edition), “The Parish Register of Kirkleatham, Co. York 1559 – 1812” (Wakefield: The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Black cloth, with gilt titles to spine and front board. Fine condition: NOT ex-lib. Pp 156. Printed privately for the Society and issued to subscribers in 1917. Volume LIX of YPRS publications. Transcribed and indexed by John Charlesworth.

“Chesterfield Education: The Record of Four Years of Experiment and Reconstruction” (1932; First Edition) (Chesterfield: Bales & Wilde, the Acme Press) £20.00 £18.00
1/4 blue cloth over blue paper-covered boards, gilt to spine. Corners slightly bumped, head & tail of spine very slightly worn; couple of small blemishes to front. Pp i - xvi, + 39 plates, 311, xvii - xxxii. With 26 other plans, and further illustrated with wood-cut head and tail pieces.

“Clapham Notre Dame Association Magazine” (1927; First , Limited and Signed) (Clapham, London: Clapham Notre Dame Association) £20.00 £18.00
Grey, pictorial card covers in very good condition. 3 magazines: 8 December 1927 [no 4], 56 stapled pages; 1st November 1928 [no 5], 68 stitched pages; 1st November 1929 [no 6], 70 stitched pages. All internally excellent. Printed on glossy paper, illustrated with photographs, and including advertisements. Evocative annual magazines from the Catholic girls boarding school. Articles on old girls, new girls, school trips, memories of Clapham, games, et al.

Clwyd County Council (First Edition), “Annual Report of the County Archivist [6 Issues]” (Hawarden: Clwyd County Council) £4.00
Pictorial stapled card wraps. All 6 issues in fine condition. Reports from 1979 - 1984, inclusive. 30 to 40 pages for each year.

“Clwyd Historian [6 Issues]” (First Edition) (Ruthin: Clwyd Local History Council) £5.00
Pictorial stapled card wraps. Issue # 18 creased, otherwise all in fine condition. Issues #16 [Spring 1986], #18 to #22 inclusive [April 1987 - April 1989]. Approx 30 - 36 pages per issue.

John Cornwell (2007; First Edition), “Pull Yourself Together: Tales and Poems from Two Yorkshire Cities” (Sheffield: Calvert Wagner Promotions) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card wraps, in fine condition. Pp 120. Illustrated in b&w. Tales and poems from Sheffield and Hull. Signed on tp by the author.

Mienecke Cox (1989; First Edition), “The Story of Abingdon Part II: Medieval Abingdon, 1186 – 1556” (Abingdon, Berks: Self-published) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Book has the lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp 176.

George Denison Lumb [ed] (1916; First Edition), “The Register of the Parish Church of All Saints, Easingwold, Co. York 1599 – 1812” (The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, no d/w. Black pebbled cloth, bevelled edges, black leather label and gilt titles to spine. Fine condition. Black ep's, red ribbon page-marker, rough-cut edges. Internally also in fine condition. Pp 324. Privately printed for the Society, and issued to subscribers, 1916. Volume LVI of the Society's publications. Transcribed and edited by G.D. Lumb. A very handsome volume.

Horace Dobell (1886; Second Edition), “The Medical Aspects of Bournemouth and Its Surroundings” (London: Smith, Elder and Co) £35.50
Red cloth hardback, gilt to spine. Spine faded, boards have odd scuffs and small water stains. New ep's. Internally almost fine condition. Pp xii, 338, 8. Illustrated with 7 chromolithographs (2 fold-out, and 1 slightly damaged) by Hanhart, from sketches by the author. This is the second edition, with 4 additional plates.

R. N. Dore (1972; First Edition), “A History of Hale, Cheshire: From Domesday to Dormitory” (Altrincham: John Sherratt and Son, for Hale Civic Society) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Book in almost fine condition. D/w 2 small tears to lower edge, spine darkened, not price-clipped. No markings or inscriptions. Illustrated ep's. Pp xi, 164. With 64 plates and 2 fold-out maps.

Trevor D. Ford [ed] (1977; First Edition), “Limestones and Caves of the Peak District” (Norwich: Geo Abstracts Ltd) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Spine creased, light shelf-wear. Internally very good condition. Pp xix, 469. With 99 figures, 106 photos and 24 tables.

“A Guide to the City of Leeds” (1961; First , Limited and Signed) (London: Pyramid Press) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Blue card covers, slightly shelf-worn. Internally in fine condition. Undated. Pp 372. Illustrated throughout. Fold-out map. Message from the Lord Mayor, loosely inserted, dated May 1961.

T. Walter Hall (1932; First Edition), “Etton: an East Yorkshire Village: time 1170 to 1482” (Sheffield: J.W.Northend) £10.00 £9.00
Green card wraps in very good condition. Pp 44, [2]. Illustrated in b&w.

T. Walter Hall (1928), “Thundercliffe and the Hermitage of Saint John in the Ancient Parish of Ecclesfield or the Monks of Kirkstede in Yorkshire from Henry II to Henry VIII” (Sheffield: J.W.Northend) £10.00 £9.00
Pale green card wraps in very good condition. Pp 220 to 237. Reprint of part iv from Sheffield Manorial records volume ii.

T. Walter Hall [comp] (1930), “Waldershelf Manor and the Knights Hospitallers of Jerusalem in the Chapelry of Bradfield near Sheffield” (Sheffield: J.W.Northend) £20.00 £18.00
Brown card wraps. Book in very good condition. Pp 77 to 97 + 3. Reprint of part iii, from a catalogue of Yorkshire records. Illustrated in b&w.

T. Walter Hall (1928; First Edition), “Yorkshire Charters from the Lindsay Collection; Translations & Notes” (Sheffield: Privately Published) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Dark brown stapled card wraps, very slightly edge-worn, otherwise in almost fine condition. Internally fine. Pp [2], 25, [2]. Photo frontis. Printed by J.W. Northend Ltd.

“Handlist of the Denbigh Borough Records” (1978; Reprint) (Hawarden: Clwyd Record Office) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled card wraps, cloth strip to spine, in fine condition. Pp 70. Illustrated.

A. Harris (1970; First Edition), “Cumberland Iron: The Story of Hodbarrow Mine, 1855 – 1968” (Truro: D. Bradford Barton Ltd) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in pictorial d/w. D/w has very light shelf-wear to lower edge. Book: black cloth, gilt to spine, in fine condition. Pp 122, [2]. Monographs on metalliferous mining history, volume two.

Norman Higham (1963; First Edition), “A Very Scientific Gentleman: The Major Achievements of Henry Clifton Sorby” (London: Pergamon Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, no d/w. Laminated pictorial boards, with slight wear to edges and corners. NOT ex-lib. Internally very good condition. Pp xiv, 160. Frontis + 2 other plates. The Commonwealth and International Library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Liberal Studies: History of Science and Technology Division, Volume Two.

Henry W. Hodgson [comp] (1968; First Edition), “A Bibliography of the History and Topography of Cumberland & Westmorland” (Carlisle: Joint Archives Committee for Cumberland, Westmorland and Carlisle) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. Plain white d/w, with blue titles to spine, has a few small repaired chips to top edge. Book is in bright blue cloth, silver titles to spine, in fine condition. Pp 301.

J. Howard Hodson (1978; First Edition), “Cheshire, 1660 - 1780: Restoration to Industrial Revolution” (Chester: Cheshire Community Council) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp vii, 160. With 11 plates, 2 figures, and illustrated ep's. A History of Cheshire Volume 9.

E. C. Hudson [ed] (1942; First Edition), “The Parish Register of Gilling, York” (Wakefield: The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £4.00
Paperback no d/w. Cream wraps, going brown, battered edges; red titles to front, faded spine. Pp 152. Rough-cut edges, internally fine condition. Printed privately for the Society and issued to subscribers 1942. Transcribed and edited by E.C. Hudson. Volume CXIII of the Society's publications.

Joseph Hunter (1974: Facsimile edition), “South Yorkshire: The History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster in the Diocese and County of York (2 volume set)” (Wakefield: EP Publishing Ltd) £200.00 £175.00
Red hardback cloth cover. Facsimile Edition. 350mm x 240mm (14” x 9”). xxxiii; xxvii; 406pp; xviii; 498pp. With dust jackets in VG condition and internally immaculate. This is NOT an ex-library set.

William Hutchinson (1823; Second Edition), “The History & Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham, Volume II” (Durham: G. Walker) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, no d/w. Volume 2 only. Dark green cloth - not original - bumped along edges and head & tail of spine. Previous owner's name to fep. Title page (with vignette) becoming detached. Short section has frayed page edges, otherwise text block in very good condition. Pp iv, 783. With full-page plates of East End of the Cathedral, Durham Banks, Finchale Abbey; fold-out plate of Roman antiquities; and many in-text illustrations.

Walter J. Kaye [ed] (1924; First Edition), “The Parish Register of Eston 1590 – 1812” (Wakefield: The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Black cloth, gilt titles to spine and front board. Fine condition: NOT ex-lib. Pp 132. Printed privately for the Society and issued to subscribers 1924. Volume LXXVI of the Society's publications. Transcribed, edited and indexed by Walter J. Kaye.

“Laws of the Sheffield Stock Exchange, Adopted 9th August 1894” (1894; First, Limited and Signed) (Liverpool: Rockliff Bros Ltd) £45.00 £40.50
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt to front cover. Head and tail of spine, and corners, bumped and slightly worn; light shelf-wear to lower edge. Internally in fine condition. Pp 59.

Bob Lincoln (1913; First Edition), “The Rise of Grimsby; Volume 1; Ancient from the 9th Century to 1865” (London: Farnol, Eades, Irvine and Co Ltd) £20.00 £18.00
Dark red morocco, gilt to spine and front board. Corners and edges worn, head and tail of spine worn with minor loss. Pp 426, Illustrated in b&w. Volume 1 only.

Mary Linskill (1991; Limited Facsimile Edition), “Between the Heather and the Northern Sea” (Whitby: Privately By Cordelia Stamp) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale grey/pink card wraps, slightly bumped to head and tail of spine, slightly faded along top edge, otherwise fine condition. Pp 235. Number 25 of a limited edition of 200, signed by the publisher, Cordelia Stamp.

Mary Linskill (1991; Reprint), “Selected Short Stories” (Whitby: Privately By Cordelia Stamp) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pale grey/pink card wraps, very slightly faded along top edge. Pp ii, 200. Number 46 of a limited edition of 200, signed by the publisher, Cordelia Stamp.

Mannix and Whellan (1974; Reprint), “History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Cumberland” (Beckermet, Cumbria: Michael Moon) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w creased along all edges, with minor chips. Book bumped at head and tail of spine, otherwise very good condition; bright red cloth, gilt to spine. Pp xvi, 9 - 630, (strange pagination ), + 1 page appendix. Reprint of the edition of 1847.

“Marriages Recorded in the Register of the Sacrist of the Cathedral Church of Norwich 1697 – 1754” (1902; First Edition) (Norwich: Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society) £6.00
Paperback, no d/w. Cream card covers, slightly dirty, worn at head and tail of spine and along edges; spine cracked, but sound; red & black titles and decorations to front. Rough-cut edges. Internally very good condition. Pp iv, 143. Printed for the Society by Agas H. Goose, Rampant Horse Street, Norwich, issued to subscribers for the year 1901.

“Memories of Grenoside” (1993; First Edition) (Sheffield: First Edition) £10.00 £9.00
Stapled, pictorial, pale green, card wraps in fine condition. Pp 71. Illustrated throughout with maps, photos, and line drawings. Produced by the Grenoside Local History Group.

Rosamond Meredith (First Edition), “Farms and Families of Hathersage Outseats from the 13th to the 19th Century; Parts I & II” (Sheffield: Self-published) £15.00 £13.50
Stapled card wraps, both volumes in fine condition. Part I: pp 28 + addenda dated 1982; Nether Hirst, North Lees, Brookfield, Green's House and Cowclose Farm; ISBN 0950781509. Part II: pp 29 - 56; dated 1983; Gatehouse, Upper Hirst, Thorp, Birley, The Hill, The Old Road from Sheffield to Hope; ISBN 0950781517. Both parts illustrated in b&w.

Roy Millington (1955; First Edition), “A History of the City of Sheffield Training College” (Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield: City of Sheffield Training College) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth, gilt to spine and front board. Spine slightly faded, bumped at tail. Corners very slightly worn. No markings or inscriptions. Pp vii, 103. Illustrated in b&w.

Rev. W. Oliver [ed] (1939; First Edition), “The Parish Register of Wensley, in the County of York; Vol. 1, 1538 – 1700” (Wakefield: The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £5.00
Paperback, no d/w. Cream wraps, going brown, edges bruised; red titles to front cover and spine. Pp 161. Frontis photo of Wensley Church. Printed privately for the Society, and issued to subscribers, 1939. Transcribed by W.J. Kaye; edited by Rev W. Oliver. Volume CVIII of the Society's publications.

Ordnance Survey (1902; First Edition), “City of Sheffield” (London: Ordnance Survey) £120.00 £108.00
TWO adjoining OS maps, glued together horizontally to form a single sheet 6.5 ft. in length. Scale is 1:2500, or approx. 25” to 1 mile. Both sheets are 1901 reprints of the first edition of 1893, mounted on cloth, and hand-coloured. Sheets are numbered CCXCV 5, and CCXCV 6.The area covered extends from Orgreave Colliery and Catcliffe, through Darnall, to Nunnery Colliery and Attercliffe, and shows the proposed route for a new railway line from Darnall to Bawtry. The western sheet bears the legend “CITY OF SHEFFIELD 1902 - PROPOSED RAILWAY TO BAWTRY”. The eastern sheet is signed and inscribed by C.F. Wike, City Surveyor.

“The Parish Registers of York [Volumes 1 - 5]” (First Thus) (York: York Family History Society Publications) £10.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Stapled card wraps, 5 volumes in almost fine condition. #1: St. Martin, Coney St, 1813 - 1837, pp 40, published 1978, transcribed by M.E. Smith. #2: Holy Trinity, King's Court, 1813-1837, pp 63, pub'd 1979, trans. YFHS. #3: St. Giles, Copmanthorpe, 1759-1837, pp 41, pub'd 1979, trans. YFHS. #4: Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, 1813-1837, pp 91, pub'd 1980, trans. S. Hunt. #5: St. Mary, Bishophill Junior, 1813-1837, pp 123, pub'd 1981, trans.YFHS.

Elizabeth R. Perkins (1979; First Edition), “Village Life from Wills & Inventories ; Clayworth Parish 1670 - 1710” (Nottingham: Centre for Local History University of Nottingham) £2.50
White paper wraps, in almost fine condition. Pp [3], 25, xxxix, [4]. Record series 1.

Eric Powell (2007; First Edition), “A Hundred Years of Golf in Norton: A History of the Lees Hall Golf Club 1907 - 2007” (Sheffield: The Lees Hall Golf Club Ltd) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, as new. Pp 254. Illustrated in b&w. Large 4to format.

Derrick Pratt [Compiler] (1983; First Edition), “A Calendar of the Flintshire Quarter Sessions Rolls 1747 - 1752” (Hawarden: Clwyd Record Office) £5.00
Paperback, no d/w. Stapled card wraps; book in fine condition. Pp 186. With map and illustrations.

Derrick Pratt and A. G. Veysey [Compilers] (1977; First Edition), “Handlist of Topographical Prints of Clwyd [Denbighshire, Flintshire and Edeyrnion]” (Hawarden: Clwyd Record Office) £2.50
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card wraps; book as new. Pp 102. Illustrated.

“The Registers of East Rounton and Weston [two volumes in one]” (1916; First Edition) (Wakefield: The Yorkshire Parish Register Society) £4.00
Paperback, no d/w. Cream paper wraps going brown, ragged along edges; red titles to front and spine faded. Internally fine with rough-cut edges. Part 1: The Register of the Chapelry of East Rounton in the Parish of Rudby-in-Cleveland, Co. York 1595 - 1837, transcribed and edited by the Rev. William Thomas Robson; pp 40. Part 2: the Register of the Church of All Saints, Weston, near Otley 1639 - 1812, transcribed, edited and indexed by James Singleton; pp 100, 14.Printed privately for the Society and issued to subscribers, 1916. Volume LIV of the Society's publications.

“The Registers of Haslingden; Baptisms 1603 - 1683; Marriages 1603 - 1698; Burials 1603 – 1679” (1995; First Thus) (Preston: The Lancashire Parish Register Society) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark green imitation leather, gilt titles to spine, gilt crest to front board. Book as new. Pp 245. Volume 139 in the L.P.R.S. series.

“The Registers of the Parish of Prescot 1531 – 1595” (1995; First Thus) (Preston: The Lancashire Parish Register Society) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark green imitation leather, gilt titles to spine and gilt crest to front board. Book as new. Pp 298. Volume 137 in the L.P.R.S. series.

“The Registers of Rivington [1637] - 1702 – 1837” (1994; First Thus) (Preston: The Lancashire Parish Register Society) £5.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark green imitation leather, with gilt titles to spine and gilt crest to front board. Book as new. Pp 242. Volume 136 in the L.P.R.S. series.

Herbert J. Reid (1885; First Edition), “The History of Wargrave, Berks” (Reading: E. Langley, Lovejoy's Library) £115.00 £103.50
Hardback, no d/w. Maroon coloured cloth, blind stamped geometric design to front and rear board, gilt title to front. Spine faded, bumped to head and tail; front cover has 3 very small light spots; rear cover has 2 small dark spots; otherwise lovely condition. Lacks fep. No markings or inscriptions. Light foxing to edges and occasional pages. Pp x, 5 - 137, vi: slightly odd pagination - x pages of prelims, then text starts on page 5; vi pages of appendix at end. Illustrated with 4 laid-in photographic plates: “Wargrave” as frontis; “Ancient Building, called Queen Emma's Palce”; “Lord Barymore's (sic) Theatre at Wargrave”; “Facsimile of Admission Ticket to Lord Barrymore's Masque” . Compiled entirely from original documents in the British Museum, Record Office, &c, in which is included the Legend of Queen Emma, and an Account of the Ancient Monuments in the Parish Church; its Records, and Charities.

R. C. Riley and Philip Eley (1983; First Edition), “Public Houses and Beerhouses in Nineteenth Century Portsmouth” (Portsmouth: Portsmouth City Council) £10.00 £9.00
Pictorial stapled card wraps, in very good condition. Pp 29. Illustrated in b&w. The Portsmouth Papers #38, December 1983.

Pauline Robson (1995; First Edition), “The Demographic History of a Yorkshire Village: Barwick-in-Elmet, 1700 - 1900, a Case Study” (Sale: Northern Writers Advisory Services) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Green card wraps; book in fine condition. Pp 95. Illustrated in b&w.

Beatrice Rodgers (First Edition), ”Sketches of Holmfirth and District” (Holmfirth: Holme Valley Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 dark blue cloth, pictorial pale blue paper-covered boards. Undated. 16 full page b&w drawings, with text to facing page.

Alan Rogers [ed] (1979: First Edition), “Coming Into Line: Local Government in Clayworth 1674 - 1714” (Nottingham: Centre for Local History University of Nottingham) £8.00 £7.20
White paper wraps, in almost fine condition. Pp [3], 25, xxxix, [4]. Record series 1.

Janet R. Rose [ed] (1999; First Edition), “Historic Sandridge Revisited” (Sandridge, Herts.: St. Leonard's Publishing) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp viii, 151. Illustrated in b&w. Revised and updated from the original “Historic Sandridge: the Story of a Hertfordshire Parish” by the Revd. Edward Giles & Richard Thrale, originally published 1952.

Sur. Capt. Basil Roxby Alderson (1965; First Edition), “The Parish Register of Rokeby, Yorks; Vols I - VII, 1598 – 1837” (Wakefield: The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Parish Register Section) £3.00
Paperback, no d/w. Grey card wraps, red titles to spine and front cover ; spine darkened. Pp 87. With frontis and one other plate. Printed privately for the Society. Transcribed by Rev. William Oliver. Volume CXXVIII of the Society's publications.

Rex C. Russell (1964; First Edition), “The Enclosures of Bottesford & Yaddlethorpe 1794 - 7, Messingham 1798 - 1804, and Ashby 1801 – 1809” (Scunthorpe: Scunthorpe Museum) £8.00 £7.20
Pale brown, stapled card wraps in fine condition. Previous owner's name to tp. Pp 40. With 5 fold-out maps, in fine condition.

R. Sharpe France (1985: Third Edition, Fifth Printing), “Guide to the Lancashire Record Office” (Preston: Lancashire County Council) £8.00 £7.20
Hardback, no d/w. Dark green imitation leather, with gilt titles to spine and front board. Book as new. Pp xvi, 399, plus tipped-in errata slip.

Ernest Hugh Smith (1975; First Edition), “A History of Mossley Hill Parish 1875 - 1975” (Self-published) £10.00 £9.20
Pictorial, stapled card wraps, in fine condition. Pp ix, 38. Illustrated with b&w photos. To celebrate the Centenary of the Consecration of the Church of St. Matthew and St. James on 23rd June 1875 by the Bishop of Chester.

“The Suffolk Poll Book 1710” (Reprint) (Exeter: S.A. & M.J. Raymond) £8.00 £7.20
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp iv, 95. One of “Raymond's Original Pollbooks”, reprinted from a copy in the Suffolk Record Office.

“The Suffolk Poll Book 1790” (Reprint) (Exeter: S.A. & M.J. Raymond) £8.00 £7.20
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp iv, 133. One of “Raymond's Original Pollbooks” reprinted from a copy in the Suffolk Record Office.

P.M. Tillott [ed] (1967; First Thus), “The Parish Registers of Frodingham, Lincolnshire: Baptisms and Burials 1751 - 1806; Marriages 1751 - 1753 and 1757” (Sheffield: University of Sheffield Department of Extramaural Studies) £4.00
Green card, stapled wraps. Fine condition. Pp [3], 35. Transcribed by Mrs. I. McIntyre.

“Transactions of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society Volume LXXVII, 1977” (1977; First edition) (Kendal: CWAAS) £6.00 £5.40
Paperback, no d/w. Grey card wraps, black titles to spine and front cover. Book in fine condition. Pp 221, [3]. With photos, plans, fold-outs, etc. We have issues from volume LXVI [1966] to volume LXXXVII [1987], all in good to fine condition, @ £6.00 each plus p&p.

Margery Tranter, Ken Hawker, John Rowley and Mike Thompson (1999; First Edition), “English Local History: The Leicester Approach a Departmental Bibliography and History 1948 - 1998” (Leicester: Friends of the Department of English Local History) £4.00
Paperback, no d/w. Spine faded, otherwise in fine condition. Pp xi, 235.

Edwin Trueman (1880; First Edition), “History of Ilkeston: Together with Shipley, Kirk Hallam, West Hallam, Dale Abbey, and Cossall” (Ilkeston, Derbyshire: John F. Walker) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, no d/w. Original red cloth-covered boards, with black title and design to front. All edges slightly worn, small water spots to cloth. Previous owner's name, in copperplate writing, to front paste-down. Occasional grubby finger marks throughout. Pp viii, 132. Comprises preface, dated March 1, 1880; 118 pages of histories; and a 14 page addenda. Illustrated with b&w line drawings: frontis (small repair), 4 other full-page drawings, 1 fold-out ( small repair), and several drawings in the text. Scarce.

Michael J. Turner (1998; Second Edition), “The History of Bicknacre Priory” (Essex: Woodham Ferrers & Bicknacre Local History Research Library) £12.50 £11.25
Pictorial paper wraps, black plastic spine. Front cover slightly edge-worn, otherwise fine condition. Pp 16 [paginated pages 43 to 57], + title page and copyright page; text to recto only. B&w illustrations in text; also bound in are 3 original colour photos of the priory remains, its surroundings, and “The White Swan” public house. First published 1987: this is the second edition of 1998.

A. G. Veysey [ed] (1984: First Edition), “Guide to the Parish Records of Clwyd” (Hawarden: Clwyd Record Office) £8.00 £7.20
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xi, 123. Fold-out map to rear.

Susan M. Wright (1983; First Edition), “The Derbyshire Gentry in the Fifteenth Century” (Chesterfield: Derbyshire Record Society) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w have only light shelf-wear. Pp vii, 287.

W. C. Wynne-Woodhouse [Ed] (First Edition), “Hel Achau - The Journal of the Clwyd Family History Society [12 Issues]” (Denbigh: Clwyd Family History Society) £6.00
Stapled paper/card wraps - all in very good to fine condition. Between 20 to 40 pages per issue. Issue #10 [Summer 1983] to #19 [Summer 1986] incl. = 10 issues; plus #21 & #22 [Spring & Summer 1987]. Also included is an 8 page folio-size pamphlet by Stewart Blackwell, from 1986, on “Some Main Sources for Family Historians in Clwyd” AND another folio-size, stapled booklet of 64 pages entitled ” Membership List and Member's Interests” of the Society. 14 items in total: will require extra postage.

Music

Howard Boatwright (1960; First , Limited and Signed), “A Handbook on Staff Notation for Indian Music” (Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback in protected d/w. D/w has small loss to head and tail of spine, corners rubbed. Book 1/4 cloth, paper covered boards, with no markings or inscriptions; very good condition. Pp ix, [5], 56. including two full-page b&w illustrations. With exercises for practice, and notated examples of traditional Hindustani pieces.

Havergal Brian (1985: First , Limited and Signed), “The Complete Music for Solo Piano” (Horsham, Sussex: The Havergal Brian Society) £28.00 £25.20
Hardback, no d/w. Pictorial, laminated, hard covers; book as new. Pp 80. Music to the following: “Three Illuminations”, “Four Miniatures”, “Prelude & Fugue in C minor”, “Prelude & Fugue in D minor/major”, Double Fugue in E flat major”, and “John Dowland's Fancy”.

Walter Carroll (Reprint), “Forest Fantasies: Nine Miniatures for Pianoforte. TOGETHER with: First Piano Lessons, Book II, the Countryside [2 volumes]” (London & Manchester: Forsyth Brothers) £20.00 £18.00
Stapled card wraps. “Forest Fantasies” has slight tea stain to front.; slightly edge-worn. Pp 11. 1944 reprint (originally published 1916). Full page cover illustration in b&w by Heath Robinson. “First Piano Lessons” slightly foxed and edge-worn. Pp 15. 1941 reprint (originally published 1913). Full page cover illustration in green & white by Heath Robinson.

Phillip D. Crabtree and Donald H. Foster (2005; Second Edition), “Sourcebook for Research in Music” (Bloomington: Indiana University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xvii, 382. Second edition revised and expanded by Allen Scott.

William Crotch (3rd Edition with Corrections and Additions), “Specimens of Various Styles of Music Referred to in a Course of Lectures Read at Oxford & London and Adapted to Keyed Instruments [3 Volumes in One]” (London: Cramer, Beale & Co.) £200.00 £180.00
Hardback, no d/w. Undated. Spine missing, marbled boards detached and battered; end sections loose. This enlarged edition was published a little after 1835. Volume 1: pp 12, iv, 180. Volume 2: pp [2], 159. Volume 3: pp [2], 164. Very heavy item will require extra postage.

Christopher Fifield (1988; First Edition) “Max Bruch - His Life and Works” (London: Victor Gollancz) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete with no wear. Dark brown/ gilt. Volume is in very good condition with no bumps, wear, markings or inscriptions. Pp 351; with sixteen illustrations, and index.

Lewis Foreman [ed] (1981; First Edition), “The Percy Grainger Companion” (London: Thames Publishing) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w bumped and slightly worn at head and tail of spine; book lightly foxed along top edge. Illustrated ep's. Pp 268. Illustrated in b&w.

Sydney Grew (1922; First Edition), “The Art of the Player-Piano: A Textbook for Student and Teacher” (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Bright green cloth/ gilt. Ex-library. Light shelf wear. Spine rubbed over blind-stamped Dewey number. Library mark removed from reverse of title page. Pp viii, 333.

Stewart Quentin Holmes (1999; First Edition), “An Affinity with Gustav Mahler” (London: Elius Books) £25.00 £22.50
Softback. This book is in almost mint condition, save for a single slight bump to top edge. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp xi, 180; illustrated. Scarce.

Michael Kaye (1987; First Edition), “The Unknown Puccini” (New York: Oxford University Press) £18.00 £16.20
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete, with no wear or markings. Black cloth/ gilt to spine/ black paper to boards. Volume has small tear to paper of rear board. Small amount of shelf wear to lower rh corner. Otherwise volume is very good. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp xxii, 242; with frontispiece and three other illustrations; lots of musical notation; and index. An attractive volume.

Gered Mankowitz (2002; Limited, Numbered and Signed First Edition), “The Stones 65-67” (London: Vision On) £75.00 £67.50
Hardback, no d/w. Light surface scuffs, otherwise mint condition. No. 449 of an edition of 1000. Signed by Mankowitz on front paste-down, (with corresponding mirrored impression on front end paper).

R. Nettel (1945; First Edition), “Ordeal by Music: The Strange Experience of Havergal Brian” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback in protected d/w. D/w worn down spine and creased along top edge. Book: black cloth, gilt to spine; head and tail of spine bumped, light tape marks to boards. New fep; htp slightly damaged; lib. stamp to verso of tp. Pp ix, 147.

“New City Songster, Volume 2” (1969; First Edition) (Beckenham: NCS) £12.00 £10.80
Stapled card wraps, in almost fine condition. Unpaginated [pp 24]. Sept 1969. Words & music by Trevor Lashbrook, Dave Scott, Frankie Armstrong, Ian Stewart, MacColl & Faulkner, Peggy Seeger, D. Hammond, Sandra Kerr.

“New City Songster, Volume 6” (1971; First Edition) (Beckenham: NCS) £12.00 £10.80
Stapled card wraps, in almost fine condition. Pp 40. Words & music by Mahala Nice, Sandra Kerr, Jack Warshaw, John Pole, Ewan MacColl, Sheila Douglas, Peggy Seeger, Colin Meadows, Hazel Dickson, Miles Wooton. May 1971.

“New City Songster, Volume 7” (1972; First Edition) (Beckenham: NCS) £12.00 £10.80
Stapled card wraps, in almost fine condition. Unoaginated [pp 40]. Words & music by John Pole, Graeme Miles, Jimmy Brown, Peggy Seeger, Ewan MacColl, McIlvogue, Paul O'Brien, McCulloch & Lenihan, January 1972.

“ New City Songster, Volume 8” (1972; First Edition) (Beckenham: NCS) £12.00 £10.80
Stapled card wraps, darkened down spine. Pp 40. Words & music by Ewan MacColl, Matt Armour, Graeme Miles, Eric Gooding, Don Henderson, Michael Flood, Ed Pickford, Helen Fullerton, Hamish MacColl, Bob Gale. September 1972.

“New City Songster, Volume 11” (1975; First Edition) (Beckenham: NCS) £12.00 £10.80
Stapled card wraps, in almost fine condition. Pp 32. Words & music by Jim Brown, Fred Rooke, Bob Hudson, Don Lange, Ted Edwards, Ed Pickford, Hamish MacColl, Matt Armour, Miles Wooton, Ian Parr, Peggy Seeger, Ewan MacColl, September 1975.

John Norris and Andrew Neill [eds] (2004; First Edition), “A Special Flame: The Music of Elgar and Vaughan Williams” (Rickmansworth: Elgar Editions) £14.00 £12.60
Hardback, no d/w. Red cloth, gilt to spine and front board. Book as new. Pp vi, 185. Based on the proceedings of an International Symposium jointly organised by The Elgar and RVW Societies held at The British Library, Euston Road, London, Saturday 29 & Sunday 30 March 2003.

Roy Palmer [ed] (1983; First , Limited and Signed), “Folk Songs Collected By Ralph Vaughan Williams” (London: Dent) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback in protected d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Not price-clipped, no markings or inscriptions, probably unread. Pp xxii, 209.

Kathleen Schlesinger (1969; Reprint), “Instruments of the Modern Orchestra and Early Records of the Precursers of the Violin Family” (London: William Reeves) £25.00 £22.50
Hard back, in d/w. D/w spine scuffed and marked, creased at head and tail, slightly grubby. Book dark green cloth, bumped head and tail of spine, light shelf wear to lower edge, otherwise very good indeed. Top edge pale violet. Fep bears previous owner's name and purchasing details. Internally fine. Pp xxxviii, 666. Over 500 illustrations and plates. Unabridged single volume work, reprinted from the original 2 volume edition of 1910.

Paul Williams (1991; First English Edition.), “Bob Dylan, Performing Artist: Book One; 1960 – 1973” (London: Xanadu) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. Top edge of book dusty, otherwise both book and d/w as new. Pp xvii, 310. Black boards, silver to spine. Illustrated in b&w.

Cyril Woodcock (1965; First Edition), “Dictionary of Contemporary Violin and Bow Makers” (Brighton: Amati Publishing Ltd.) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete, but with some repaired small tears to upper edge. Some minor markings to rear of wrapper. Maroon cloth/ gilt. Very slight wear to head and tail of spine, otherwise a fine copy. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp 96, 132 plates; all plates are full-page tinted monochrome photographic illustrations. A beautiful, rare book.

Philosophy

Alexander of Aphrodisias (1931), “Alexander of Aphrodisias on Destiny Addressed to the Emperors” (London: The Scholartis Press) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w darkened down spine, minor chips to edges. Book black cloth, gilt to spine. Slightly bumped at head and tail, slight knock to leading edge. P 163. Translated by A. Fitzgerald; edited by A Souter. Printed at the Alcuin Press. English to recto, Greek to verso.

Andrew Benjamin [ed] (1992; First Edition), “Judging Lyotard” (London: Routledge) £12.50 £11.25
Paperback, no d/w. Single crease down spine, otherwise in fine condition. Pp xii, 211. Warwick Studies in Philosophy and Literature.

Anicii Manlii Severini Boetii (1751), “Consolationis Philosophiae Libri Quinque” (Glasgow: Foulis) £250.00 £225.00
Dark blue full leather binding; five raised bands, gilt titles to 2 panels, gilt ruled around board edges. Slight wear to hinges down side of top panel, 2 raised bands, and very slight wear to corners. Inner square elaborately gilt tooled. Marbled ep's. AEG. Pp [4], 157, [2]. Internaly fine condition. Tp reads: Glasguae: In aedibus Robertus et Andreas Foulis, Academiae Typographi, M.DCC.LI.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1962; First Edition), “Act & Being” (London: Collins) £10.00 £9.00
D/w slightly dusty with few nicks, o/w very good condition. Book lightly bumped at head and tail of spine, o/w in lovely condition .Pp 192.

Roy Boyne (1994; Reprint), “Foucault and Derrida: The Other Side of Reason” (London: Routledge) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 179. With 4 pages of b&w illustrations.

André Breton (1932; First Edition), “Les Vases Communicants” (Paris: Editions des Cahiers Libres) £60.00 £54.00
Paperback, no d/w. Spine darkened, creased. Pp 172. No. 1166, of 2000 copies.

Richard W. Bulliet (2004; First Edition), “The Case for Islamo-Christian Civilization” (New York: Columbia Univ. Press) £4.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly creased along top edge; book has previous owner's name to fep, otherwise both in fine condition. Pp viii, 187.

Edward Carpenter (1921), “Civilization: Its Cause and Cure” (London: George Allen and Unwin) £25.00 £22.50
Stiff card French wraps. Orange paper-covered boards, slightly faded and worn down spine; boards lightly shelf-worn. Name and date to fep. Pp 299, [4]. Cheap, newly enlarged and complete edition; 17th impression.

Drucilla Cornell, Michel Rosenfeld and David Gray Carlson [eds] (1992; First , Limited and Signed), “Deconstruction and the Possibility of Justice” (London: Routledge) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Covers creased, light pencillings throughout. Pp x, 409.

Paul Louis Couchoud (1921; First Edition), “Japanese Impressions, with a Note on Confuscius” (London: John Lane / Bodley Head) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no d/w. Red cloth, gilt to spine, white titles and borders to front board. Spine faded and bumped; front faded along edges; cloth beginning to bubble in places. Internally in very good condition, save for previous owner's name to fep. Pp xxiii, 155, [8]. Translated from the French by Frances Rumsey, with a preface by Anatole France.

Gabrielle Dufour-Kowalska (1973; First Edition), “L'Origine: L'Essence De L'Origine Selon l'“Ethique” De Spinoza” (Paris: Beauchesne) £8.00 £7.20
Some shelf-wear along edges, top rh corner bumped. Internally bright and clean, with no markings or inscriptions. Pp. 300. Text in French.

Gerald F. Gaus (1983; First Edition), “The Modern Liberal Theory of Man” (Beckenham: Croom Helm) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, in protected d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Previous owner's initials to fep. Pp viii, 312.

Theo Grutter (2000; First Edition), “Dancing with Mosquitoes - To Liberate the Mind from Humanism - A Way to Green the Mind” (New York: Vantage Press) £8.00 £7.20
Softback. Small bumps to front corners, otherwise very good. Pp xviii, 386. Ecology/ Natural Science / Philosophy / Poetry - and more.

Erich Gutkind (1937; First , Limited and Signed), “The Absolute Collective: a Philosophical Attempt to Overcome Our Broken State” (London: C.W. Daniel Co Ltd) £75.00 £67.50
Hardback, no d/w. Cream cloth-covered boards, slightly grubby. Previous owner's name to fep. Pp 119. English text translated from the German by Marjorie Gabai

Barry Hallen and J. Olubi Sodipo (1997; Reprint), “Knowledge, Belief, and Witchcraft: Analytical Experiments in African Philosophy” (Stanford: Stanford University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp xvi, 163.

F.R. Leavis (1972; First Paperback), “Nor Shall My Sword: Discourses on Pluralism, Compassion and Social Hope” (London: Chatto and Windus) £8.50 £7.25
Paperback, no d/w. Creased down spine, light shelf-wear. Pp 232.

David Lyons (1994; First Edition), “Rights, Welfare, and Mill's Moral Theory” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £10.00
Hardback, no d/w. Almost near fine condition. Pp 185.

Jan Narveson (1967; First Edition), “Morality and Utility” (Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w spine darkened ; minor repaired tear to head of spine. Book foxed along top edge ; previous owner's name to front paste-down. Pp ix, 302.

K.C. O'Rourke (2001; First Edition), “John Stuart Mill and Fredom of Expression” (London: Routledge) £60.00 £54.00
Hardback, no d/w, in fine condition, except for head of spine bumped.Pp vi, 226. Inscribed on fep: “For Geraint Williams with appreciation. K.C. O'Rourke 25 July 2001”

Zbigniew Pelczynski and John Gray [eds] (1984; First Edition), “Conceptions of Libety in Political Philosophy” (London: Athlone Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in near fine condition. Pp 438.

K. R. Popper (1949; Third Impression), “The Open Society and Its Enemies (complete in Two volumes)” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul) £100.00 £90.00
Hardbacks, no dust wrappers. Both volumes are black cloth / gilt. Both volumes have some shelf wear to lower edges; have some minor wear to heads and tails of spines; and slight wear to the hinges. Very minor shelfwear to surface of boards. Otherwise tight clean copies. Volume two has bumped corners, the upper corners affected mostly. The interiors of both volumes are free of all markings and inscriptions. Vol 1; The Spell of Plato; pp vii, 268. Vol 2; The High Tide of Prophecy: Hegel, Marx, and the Aftermath; pp v, 352; with index.

C. A. F. Rhys Davids (1928; First Edition), “Gotama the Man” (London: Luzac & Co.) £30.00 £27.00
Softback. Card wraps and spine repaired. Previous owner's signature to fep, [George Harrison - the 1930's Buddhist philosopher] Extensive annotations to rear end-paper. Fep also bears compliment slip of the publisher, with “Luzac & Co” crossed out and “author's” inked in. Pencillings throughout. Pp 302; with index. See photo. Obviously this is a complimentary copy from the author to Harrison, with the latter's annotations.

Daryush Shayegan (1992; First Thus), “Cultural Schizophrenia: Islamic Societies Confronting the West” (London: Saqi Books) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w stretched along top edge, bumped at tail of spine. Book bumped at head and tail of spine. Review copy with light pencillings throughout; publisher's letter loosely inserted. Pp vii, 188. Translated from the French into English by John Howe.

H Spiegelberg (1971; Second Edition, Third Impression), “The Phenomenological Movement: Historical Introduction [Vol. set]” £60.00 £54.00
Paperbacks, no d/w's. Laminated card covers, creased spines, otherwise no markings or inscriptions. Vol. 1 pp xxxvi, 1 - 391; vol.2 pp ix, 392 - 765.

Andrew Vincent [ed], “The Philosophy of T.H. Green” (Aldershot: Gower) £85.00 £76.50
Hardback, no d/w. Laminated boards, slightly bumped at upper corners. Previous owner's name to fep. Pp 156.

C. Wade Savage and C. Anthony Anderson [eds] (1989; First Edition), “Rereading Russell: Essays on Bertrand Russell's Metaphysics and Epistemology” (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. D/w slightly stretched along top edge. Book in fine condition. Pp xii, 320.

Michael Weston (1975; First , Limited and Signed), “Morality and the Self” (Oxford: Basil Blackwell) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w sunned along top edge, otherwise both fine condition. Pp vii, 95.

Religion, Theology & Mysticism

Ioannis Arborei [Laudunensis Doctoris Theologi] (1553), “Tertius Tomus Theosophiae Ioannis Arborei” (Paris:Ioannem De Roigny) £300.00 £270.00
Half leather over marbled boards, four raised bands, gilt to spine. Both boards scuffed, worn and detached; some loss to head & tail of spine; no fep. Page edges cropped slighlty, but not affecting text at all; library acquisition stamp to verso of title page, which has the woodcut device of the printer. 5 leaves of prelims; 287 leaves of text; 7 leaves of index. Title page slighlty worn along edges; water staining and minor insect damage to lower right hand corner of last few sections, without affecting the text. Internally very good condition with decorated initail letters; no foxing. Title page reads: “Tertius tomus Theosophiae Ioannis Arborei Laudunensis, doctoris Theologi Parisiensis, complectitur sanam & luculentam in omnes Diui Pauli epistolas explanationem, in qua sacrorum & scholasticorum Doctorum sententiae discutiuntur, & quae ad fidei robur, & Christianorum mores summopere conducunt, abunde tractantur. Ad Christianissimum Galliarum Regem Henricum, huius nominis secundum. Adiectus est huic operi laborio sissimo index rerum arcanarum locupletissimus. Parisiis, Apud Ioannem de Roigny, via Iacobaea, sub insigni quatuor Elementorum. 1553. Cum Privilegio Regis.” Final page colophon reads:“Ioannis de Roigny excudebat Matthaeus David, Anno D. milesimo quingetesimo quinquagesimotertio, decimotertio Calendas Novenbris.”

E.H.Blakeney [ed. and trans. ] (1937), “The Praises of Wisdom: being part 1 of The Book of Wisdom” (Oxford: Basel Blackwell) £18.00 £16.20
Brick-red cloth, gilt to spine and front board, in very good condition. Pp 57. Bookplate of Michael Maclagan, Trinity College, Oxford. Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press.

Sir Thomas Browne (1902; First Thus), “Religio Medici, Urn Burial, Christian Morals, and Other Essays” (London: Vale Press) £95.00 £85.50
Hardback, no d/w.1/4 linen with grey paper covered boards, printed labels to spine and front board. Cream linen spine has turned somewhat brown, paper label has some loss. Corner- tips of boards worn, loss of the word “Medici” to front label. Front paste-down bears the bookplate of John Bradshaw Isherwood. Pp 198. Woodcut border by Ricketts. Limited to 310 copies. “Edited by C.J. Holmes; decorated by C.S. Ricketts, under whose supervision the book has been printed at the Ballantyne Press; sold by Hacon & Ricketts, the Vale Press.”

Martin Buber [ed] (1995; First French Edition), “Confessions Extatiques” (Paris: Bernard Grasset) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 192, [12]. Text in French, translated from the German by Jean Malaplate. In the series “Les Ecritures Sacrees”.

Elisabeth Dutton (2008; First Edition), “Julian of Norwich: The Influence of Late-Medieval Devotional Compilations” (Cambridge: D S Brewer) £20.00 £18.00
New book. Hardback,in d/w. Pp x, 189.

James Fittler [ill] (1795), “Holy Bible, ornamented with engravings by James Fittler from celebrated pictures by Old Masters [2 volume set]” (London: R. Bowyer) £575.00 £517.50
Contemporary full red morocco binding. Five raised bands, gilt decorated panels; boards have gilt decorated borders, edges and inner square; marbled ep's; all edges gilt. Volume I: spine slightly faded; head of spine bumped, with 1/2” split down centre; half headband missing, tailband intact; corners slightly worn, upper corners bumped; darkish semi-circular stain and light scuffing to front; occasional darkish colouring to rear board; 2 ffep's - one loose, both with original and subsequent owner's inscriptions; tp with original owner's name. Unpaginated - Genesis to Psalms, printed in double columns. Volume II: similar condition, but better; head of spine intact; lacking 1/2 of tailband; no scuffing and very little discolouration; ffep original owner's name; small section of binding slightly loose. Unpaginated - Proverbs to Revelations. Printed at the Letter Press by Thomas Bensley. Approx 10” x 6.5”. Together they contain 3 tp's, 2 frontis, and 61 other copperplate engravings by James Fittler after celebrated artists. Only 2 tissue guards missing where required. Occasional light foxing in both volumes. With the spelling mistake in Mark vii, 27. Heavy item may require extra postage.

W. O. Hassall [ed] (1954; Second Edition), “The Holkham Bible Picture Book” (London: Dropmore Press) £180.00 £162.00
Original 1/2 red morocco spine and fore-edge, over blind stamped parchment; 5 raised bands, gilt to spine. Only fault is small area of parchment rubbed away from lower rear board: otherwise fine condition. Pp vii, 191 + colophon. With 84 plates - 8 in colour.

Jan Jaworski (1977; First Edition), “Znaki Zbawienia” (London: Sklad White Eagle Press) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Purple/white/yellow decorated card wraps, in very good condition. Internally in fine condition. Pp 231. Illustrated in b&w with photographs and wood-cuts. POLISH language, with 2 page English resume to rear. The title translates as ” The Signs of Salvation”.

Garth Lean (1964; First , Limited and Signed), “John Wesley, Anglican” (London: Blandford Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in protected d/w. D/w has minor chips to edges, book has slight foxing to edges, otherwise fine condition. Pp 130.

Marion Lochhead (1966; First , Limited and Signed), “Episcopal Scotland in the 19th Century” (London: John Murray) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback in protected d/w. Slight repaired tears along d/w edges, but with no loss, and now in protective sleeve; not price-clipped. Book in very good condition, in pink cloth/gilt to spine. Previous owner's name to fep. Pp xii,278.

Fr. Vincent McNabb [trans] (1934; Limited Edition), “The Akathistos Hymn: Ode in Honour of the Holy Immaculate Most Blessed Glorious Lady Mother of God and Ever Virgin Mary” (Ditchling, Sussex: Pepler & Sewell, St. Dominic's Press) £200.00 £180.00
Cream coarse linen, black to spine and black & red to front. Unpaginated. One of only 200 copies printed. Loosely inserted is a 4 page St. Dominic's Press prospectus with illustration by Eric Gill.

Stephen V. Monsma and J. Christopher Soper (1998; First Edition), “Equal Treatment of Religion in a Pluralistic Society” (Michigan: Eerdmans) £5.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp vi, 211.

Lucille Papin Borden (1938; First Edition), “Once - in Palestine” (New York: Macmillan) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. Front and rear d/w flaps loosely inserted. Book blue cloth, silver titles to spine and front board. Spine slightly darkened. Internally in fine condition. Pp ix, [3], 177. Handwritten dedication, signed and dated (1938) by author on fep.

William Spencer [Gulielmus Spencerus – Editor] (1677; Reprint), “Origenis Contra Celsum, Libri Octo; Origenis Philokalia De Obscuris Sacrae Scripturae Locis; Gulielmi Spenceri Annotationes Ad Origenis Octo Libros Contra Celsum; Notae Davidis Hoeschelii Ad Origenis Contra celsum” (Cambridge: Joan Hayes) £150.00 £135.00
Dark brown leather binding, spine missing, front board detached and damaged, rear board damaged. Text block in very good condition, slightly edge-worn; margins towards page edges darkened. Four items bound as one: Origenis contra Celsum consists of Title Page in red and black, [8], 428 - dated 1677; Origenis Philokalia TP, [4], 110 - dated 1676; Annotations by William Spencer TP, 98; Notes by David Hoeschel pp 38. Reprint of the 1658 edition. Printed in two columns in both Latin and Greek by William Morden.

Jeremy Taylor (1923; First Thus), “Jeremy Taylor: a Selection from His Works Made By Martin Armstrong” (Waltham Saint Lawrence, Berkshire: Golden Cockerel Press) £80.00 £72.00
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 linen, grey paper covered boards, paper label to spine. Grey paper foxed around edges. Internally fine condition. Pp 133. Limited edition of 320 copies. Printed by H. & G.S.Taylor at the Golden Cockerel Press.

Notto R. Thelle (1987; First Edition), “Buddhism and Christianity in Japan: From Conflict to Dialogue, 1854 - 1899” (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback in protected d/w. D/w repaired tears to top edge; 2cms scuff mark to front; 4 cms scuff to rear. Book in almost fine condition. Pp xi, 356.

Social History

Alan Armstrong (1988; First Edition), “Farmworkers in England and Wales: a Social and Economic History 1770 - 1980” (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 302. Illustrated in b&w.

“The Complete Workings of Craft Freemasonry Being a Practical Guide to the Three Degrees in Blue Masonry According to Sound Usage” (1946; London) £20.00 £18.00
Dark blue cloth, gilt to front; rounded corners, blind tooled decoratons, speckled edges. Previous owner's name and address to fep. Pp vi, 316, 40 [ads]. Book in very good condition. Including the “lectures of the three degrees”, with illustrations of the three tracing boards and the installation ceremony with the addresses to the officers”. Privately printed for A. Lewis [Masonic Publishers] Ltd.

Dennis Herbert (2007; First , Limited and Signed), “Birmingham Footplateman: a Job for Life” (Usk: Oakwood Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp 272. Illustrated throughout in b&w. Series RS18. Scarce item.

Lynn F. Pearson (1988; First Edition), “The Architectural and Social History of Cooperative Living” (London: Macmillan Press) £100.00 £90.00
Hardback, in d/w. Book slightly worn at tail of spine; d/w in almost near fine condition. Pp x, 274. Illustrated with 14 figures and 24 plates.

Joan Perkin (1989; First Edition), “Women and Marriage in Nineteenth-Century England” (Chicago: Lyceum Books) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp 342. Signed and dedicated on title page: “For Helen, with best wishes, Joan Perkin, May 1991.”

“The Schools at Work: Being a Pictorial Survey of National Education in England and Wales” (First , Limited and Signed) (London: N.U.T./ Evans Bros Ltd) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Two-tone brown decorated, stapled, card wraps. Covers dirty, somewhat creased, and with repaired tears, but no loss. Staples rusted, centre pages loose, but all pages and illustrations in fine condition. Pp 64, with many sepia photographs. Undated [mid-1930's]. Foreword by The Rt. Hon. Viscount Halifax; published for the National Union of Teachers.

S. W. (1820; Seventh Edition), “A Visit to a Farm House; or an Introduction to Various Subjects Connected with Rural Economy” (London: William Darton) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, no d/w. 1/4 brown leather, gilt titles to spine, marbled paper-covered boards. Head and tail of spine worn, hinges beginning to crack. Marbled paper scuffed, corners worn with some loss of paper. Internally very good with occasional light foxing; fep and presentation page starting to peel away from binding; binding itself sound. Pp [1], iv, 176, [1]. The first page - ffep - is a presentation page, filled in by a copperplate hand and dated 1833, bearing 2 vignettes; pp i - iv are the title page and preface; pp 1 - 168 are the text; pp 169 - 176 is a publisher's catalogue; the very last page is a publisher's advertisement. Embellished with frontis and 9 other full-page wood engraved plates. Seventh edition revised and corrected by “T.H.”.

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