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73622: - The Writers Directory 1980-1982. A reference companion guide to living English language writers and their works.
78582: ‘REUBEN RAMBLE’ (REV. SAMUEL CLARK): - Hampshire. Original Antique Hand Coloured Engraved Map of Hampshire. With decorative surrounding illustrations.
46803: - The Dorset Year Book for 1969 - 1970.
70659: - A Choice of Dorset Churches. Foreword by Sir Owen Morshead.
60277: -
75718: - (46) Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. Vol.46.
75350: - Baily's Hunting Directory 1934-1935 With Diary and Hunt Maps. Official Register of Winners, with meetings, and placed Horses, at Point-to-Point Races, 1934.
75023: - A Large Wall Hanging Tapestry Which Depicts Grape Harvesting
65866: - Weymouth Borough of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis. The English Naples. Weymouth Corporation Guide.
77328: “YOI-OVER”: - Hold Hard! Hounds Please! A discourse on the fox-hound in field, covert and kennel: with hunting yarns, character sketches from life, and some notes on breeding and kennel treatment. With a foreword by The Right Hon. Lord Valentia. Illustrated from wash drawings.
76986: - The Scientific Results of The Royal Geographical Society’s Oman Wahiba Sands Project 1985-1987. The Journal of Oman Studies. Special Report No. 3.
71894: - Motor Touring in Scotland. Illustrated with Road-Maps, Indexed on General Map, and accompanied with suggested series of extended Tours. Also Guide to the Border for Visitors approaching from England and Wales. Reprinted from the Glasgow Herald and since revised and amplified. Eighth Edition, 1953.
72947: - Transactions of the Opthalmological Society of the United Kingdom. 57 volumes.
73104: - A Large Poster of Cliff Richard “As he appears in the Elstree Distributor’s Film, Summer Holiday.”
67131: - View of Lulworth Castle in the County of Dorset.
54142: - The Dorset Year Book, for 1935.
67118: - The Third Country Life Picture Book of Britain. Country Life Picture Book Series.
74375: - PUDDLETOWN View Outside Hawkins Saddler. Antique Photo Printed on Canvas
60662: - The Boy's Own Annual. Vol.56.
61595: “AN AMATEUR”: - Boid’s History of Architecture. A Concise History and Analysis of all the Principle Styles of Architecture; namely Egyptian, Grecian, Roman, that of the Dark Ages, of The Arabians and of the Normans; including a detailed description of the origin, progress and decline of The Gothic. To which is added, a sketch of the Architecture of England, down to the present time. By an amateur.
70823: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plates 1 and 2.
70824: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion.
70816: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion.
70814: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
66367: - Typus Shastoniensis in comitatu Dorset (1615). Town plan of Shaftesbury in Dorset, (1615)
70808: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 3.
70803: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70794: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70756: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 3.
70363: - The Book of Bournemouth. Written for 102nd. Annual Meeting of the Brit. Medical Ass. Held in Bournemouth in July, 1934. President: Dr. S. Watson Smith.
69571: - Corfe Castle 2000. A diary of the village.
78374: “JEHU JUNIOR” - The VANITY FAIR Album. Vol. XII. (12) A Show of Sovereigns, Statesmen, Judges, and Men of the Day. Biographical and Critical Notices by JEHU JUNIOR. Twelfth Series.
74128: - The I-Spy Annual.
73929: - The Dorset Year Book for 1936.
73928: - The Dorset Year Book for 1935.
76419: - (03) Proceedings of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Volume 3.
73397: - The Journal of Oman Studies. Volume I - 1975.
73359: - The Hillier Dictionary of Trees and Shrubs. The Hillier Arboretum.
73305: - A Collection of State Trials and Proceedings, upon High Treason, and other Crimes and Misdemeanours, from the Reign of King Edward VI to the Present Time. The Eight Volume with Tables to the Viith and VIIIth Supplemental Volumes. The Second Edition.
72763: - Wessex. An Annual Record of the Movement for a University of Wessex. Vol III No 2.
72754: - AIDN - INLA, Nuclear Inter Jura ‘91. Nuclear Law and Nuclear Energy for the future. Bath, England. September 1991. Some papers in French or German.
72621: - The Dorset Year Book, for 1945-46.
72577: - East Knoyle Estate, Wilts. Auction sale at the “Red Lion” Hotel, Salisbury, on Tuesday, April 2nd, 1946 at 2.30 P.M.
72575: - The Russian Chronicles. A Thousand Years that Changed the World: From the Beginnings of the Land of Rus to the New Revolution of Glasnost Today.
72560: - The Dorset Year Book, for 1925.
72559: - The Dorset Year Book, for 1927.
72558: - The Dorset Year Book for 1932. With "The Literature of Dorset", by H. F. Johnstone (extensive bibliography of Dorset related books - 18 pp.).
72557: - The Dorset Year Book for 1937.
72556: - The Dorset Year Book for 1935.
63987: - Hidden Dorset. With illustrations by Pip Challenger.
72358: - Minutes of the Examination taken before the Select Committee who were appointed to try and determine the Merits of the Petition of Hans Wintrop Mortimer, Esquire, complaining Of an undue Election and Return for the Borough of Shaston, otherwise Shaftesbury, in the County of Dorset.
72357: - Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, Primo. At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Thirty first Day of May, Anno Dom. 1754 in the Twenty seventh Year of the Reign of our late Sovereign Lord George the Second, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued by several Prorogations to the Eighteenth Day of November 1760, being the Eighth Session of this present Parliament.
72287: - Charley the Chicken.
72215: - Evans and Morris shop front. Evans and Morris, Drapers and Outfitters, 78, 81 and 82, St.Mary Street, Weymouth.
72212: - Original engraving of Vicar’s House, Portland, Dorsetshire. Pub.12 Mar 1784 by S.Hooper. D.L.Sculpt.
63316: - Stourhead. Wiltshire.
72132: - The Children’s Friend. A Monthly Magazine for Boys and Girls. Vol.41 (Jan.-Dec. 1901) .
64391: - The Dorset Year Book, for 1930.
72022: - Vancouver. Western Canada’s Hub of Commerce.
71961: - Haunts and Hints for Anglers. Fresh Water Angling, River, Lake, Mere and Canal. Sea Angling, Boat, Pier, Rock and Shore. Two volumes in one.
62311: - A Choice of Dorset Churches. Foreword by Sir Owen Morshead.
71650: - Hatfield Record 2012.
71603: - Gentleman’s Magazine Fashion Engraving
71602: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion
71587: - The Long-Eared Bat. Plecotus auritus.
71586: - The Goat. Capra Hircus.
71584: - The Brown Bear. Ursus Arctos.
71583: - The Sturgeon. Acipenser Sturio.
71581: - The Giraffe. Camelopardalis Giraffa.
71580: - The Peacock. Pavo cristatus.
71579: - The Ass. Equus Asinus.
71577: - The Harpy Eagle. Harpyia destructor.
71574: - The Woodcock. Scolopax rusticola.
71572: - The Llama. Auchenia Glama.
71570: - The Cassowary. Casuarius Emeu.
71566: - The Striped Hyaena. Hyaena vulgaris.
71563: - The Common Snake. Coluber Natrix.
71550: - The Oxford Library of Words and Phrases. Vol I, Quotations; Vol II, Proverbs; Vol III, Word Origins. Second edition.
70799: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Official Costumes - Military uniforms.
71129: - The Illustrated London News. Christmas Number 1976.
71121: - The Dickens House.
71120: - Charles Dickens. Some Notes on his Life and Writings, with Eight Portraits, Thirty-seven Illustrations, and Facsimiles of his Handwriting and Autographs.
71119: - Corfe Castle. Topographical and Historical Guide to Corfe Castle in the Island of Purbeck, Dorset. Authorized edition.
71104: - An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Dorset. Volume 5. East.
70934: - Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow. A.D.1573-1642.
70871: - Elegant Extracts: or, useful and entertaining pieces of poetry, Selected for the Improvement of Young Persons: being similar in design to Elegant Extracts in Prose.
70825: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion.
70822: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plates 1 and 2.
70821: - Gazette of Fashion.
70820: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion
70819: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70818: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 3.
70817: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70815: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion.
70813: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70812: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 3.
70811: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70810: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70809: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70806: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70805: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70804: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70802: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70801: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70800: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70798: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion.
70797: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 2.
70796: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 1.
70795: - Gentleman’s Magazine of Fashion. Plate 3.
70763: - Progress in Cargo Handling. Papers read at the General Technical Conference of the International Cargo Handling Co-Ordination Association, Naples, 1954.
70718: - Sherborne Abbey Cookbook. A book of traditional recipes produced in aid of the Sherborne Abbey Appeal.
70635: - Critchell House, Dorsetshire.
70626: - Greenwich Hospital. Drawn and Engraved for Dugdale’s England and Wales Delineated.
70493: - A Tour of Wiltshire Churches. Under the Guidance of the Wiltshire Historic Churches Trust.
70046: - Nonconformist Congregations in Great Britain. A list of histories and other material in Dr Williams’s Library.
76688: - The Dorset Year Book for 1939-40. With "The Literature of Dorset", by H. F Johnstone (extensive bibliography of Dorset related books - 23pp.).
69649: - Reden des Fuhrers und seiner Mitarbeiter (The Speeches of the Fuhrer and His Staff.) 1937. Rede des italienischen Regieringschess Mussolini auf dem Maiself in Berlin. Speech by Mussolini about his visit to Berlin.
69325: - City of Edinburgh. The Royal Commission on the Ancient Monuments of Scotland. An Inventory of the Ancient and Historical Monuments of The City of Edinburgh. With the thirteenth report of the Commission.
69035: - A Selection of California Lighthouse Drawings: from Discovering the California Coast, A Sunset Pictorial. From Moments from the P & O Poster Collection sir Jeffrey Sterling.
69034: - P & O Passenger Services. Cover Half The World. From Moments from the P & O Poster Collection sir Jeffrey Sterling.
69033: - BI Discovery Cruises. Nobody else cruises to such varied & interesting places. From Moments from the P & O Poster Collection sir Jeffrey Sterling.
69032: - B.I Best Both Ways. Travel & Freight British Inida Steam Navigation Co Ltd. From Moments from the P & O Poster Collection sir Jeffrey Sterling.
69031: - P & O Cruises BOOK HERE - No Fee Poster From Moments from the P & O Poster Collection sir Jeffrey Sterling.
68908: - A Choice of Dorset Churches. Foreword by Sir Owen Morshead.
61997: - The Dorset Year Book for 1952 - 53.
68871: - Dorset Churches.
68848: - Life in Our Own and Other Lands. With coloured illustrations. Chambers’s Supplementary Readers.
68784: - The Eddystone. Original engraving of The Eddystone Lighthouse.
68782: - Birthplace of Cowper, The Poet. Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire.
68769: - Budleigh Salterton - from the Sea. Engraving.
68765: - Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset. Lithograph.
63996: - Athelhampton.
68574: - Snowdon and District Beauty Spots. 16 Camera Studies produced in Sepia Matt Photogravure.
68165: - The Illustrated Guide to Weymouth the Island of Portland and its Neighbourhood.
68157: - The Illustrated Guide to Weymouth, the Island of Portland and the Adjacent Neighbourhood.
68156: - Weymouth Official Guide. and Melcombe Regis.
68131: - Weymouth. Greetings from Weymouth. The Resort for Sun, Sands, Sea.
67957: - The Kennel Club’s Illustrated Breed Standards. Foreword by His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent. President of the Kennel Club.
67135: - Ilam Hall
61907: - William Camden. William Camden Clarenceux. Obijt A.D.1623. Aetatis Suce LXXIII.
53446: - Time and Adams Court, an Attempt at Reconstruction. Signed limited edition
61975: - Dod’s Parliamentary Companion 2002. 170th Year.
62917: - Original Early Photograph of Puddletown. DORSET View from Church Tower looking over Mill Street & High Street.
58089: - Biggles Publisher’s pamphlet of Biggles books with prices.
62030: - The Dorset Year Book for 1941 - 42.
78259: A FOX: - A Run with The Tyndale Hounds A Romantic Drama, In Two Acts.
77838: A’BECKETT, GILBERT: - The Comic History of England. Illustrated with Twenty Coloured Etchings, and Two Hundred Woodcuts. by John Leech. Two Volumes.
78392: A BRITON: (ANON): - Letter to John Wilkes, Esq. Member of Parliament. 1763.
77464: ABERCONWAY, CHRISTABEL; - The Story of Mr. Korah Illustrated by Rex Whistler.
63055: ABNEY, CAPTAIN W DE W.: - Colour Measurement and Mixture. Romance of Science Series. With numerous illustrations.
74356: ABRAHAM, J. JOHNSTON, - The Surgeon’s Log Being Impressions of the Far East
74026: ACKROYD, PETER: - Thames. Sacred River.
72978: ACKROYD, PETER: - The Clerkenwell Tales.
77510: ADAM & CO.; - The History of Southern & Central Africa: It’s Topography, Geography, Natural Productions, &c., &c. The Whole embracing the results of the travels and researches of the most celebrated and eminent African explorers. In Three Volumes.
77872: ADAMS, THOMAS; HARVEY, WILLIAM J.; WHITSON, THOMAS B.; - Edinburgh 1329 - 1929 Sexcentenary of Bruce Charter.
75280: ADAMS, GEOFFREY PHARAOH; POPHAM, HUGH; - No Time For Geishas Journeys of a Far East Prisoner of War.
78723: ADAMS BECK, L.: - The Splendour of Asia. The Story and Teaching of The Buddha. By the Author of “the Way of The Stars,” “The Treasure of Ho,” etc.
74622: ADAMS, REV. W.; - Sacred Allegories; The Shadow of The Cross. The Old Man’s Home. & The King’s Messengers. Tenth/ Tenth/ Fourth Editions. Three Volumes in One.
78554: ADAMS, WILLIAM: - The Mediterranean Illustrated. Picturesque Views and Descriptions of its Cities, Shores and Islands. By the author of "The Buried Cities of Campania", "Catacombs of Rome", etc;
64428: ADAMS, RICHARD: - The Girl in a Swing.
77020: ADAMS, DOUGLAS: - 'Shada' Doctor Who Serial 5M Episode One. Rehearsal Script BBC1 Colour Project No: 02349/2801
71987: ADAMS, CHRIS: - Circular Coast Walks. Weymouth to Poole Bay. A selection of scenic circular walks. Each walk includes a section of the Coast Path and also includes details of Carparks, Tearooms and pubs, Public transport, and thorough route guides.
69998: ADAMS, JOSEPH: - The Angler’s Guide to the Irish Fisheries. Containing descriptions of Angling Days spent on the Rivers and Principle Loughs throughout the country. Setting forth their True Sporting Quality; with Hints on Flies, Tackle, and other information helpful to Fishermen. With a Preface by the Marquis of Sligo. With sixteen illustrations.
76876: ADAMS, M.; MAYHEW, C.; - Publish It Not... The Middle East Cover-Up. Signed Copy.
76901: ADCO; - Oil, A Dream Comes True.
77921: ADDISON, A. CHRISTOPHER; - The Story of The "Birkenhead" A Record of British Heroism. In Two Parts.
75117: ADDISON, WILLIAM; - The County Books. Suffolk.
77848: ADDISON, JOSEPH; STEELE, RICHARD; - The Spectator. In Eight Volumes. (No.1 - 635, 1710-14.)
67578: ADDISON, JOSEPH: - Essays. Chosen and Edited by John Richard Green.
73883: ADDISON, WILLIAM: - Worthy Dr.Fuller. Illustrated with twelve pages of half-tone plates.
72731: (AESCHYLUS) MURRAY, GILBERT: - The Oresteia. Translated into English rhyming verse.
78021: AESOP; WINDER, BLANCHE; - Aesop’s Fables. Retold by Blanche Winder.
74949: AESOP; DETMOLD, EDWARD J.; - The Fables of Aesop. Illustrated by Edward J. Detmold
75670: AIKEN, JOAN; - A Necklace of Raindrops. Illustrated by Jan Pienkowski.
78588: AIKEN: - Map of Hampshire. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire.
55733: AIKEN, JOHN: - Nightly Deadshade. A Novel of Suspense with Dangerous Drugs and Jokes.
78769: AITKEN W. FRANCES: - Baden-Powell, The Hero of Mafeking With Portrait.
74574: AKEHURST, RICHARD; - Sporting Guns.
65209: AKHMATOVA, ANNA: - The Way of All the Earth. Poems. Translated by D.M.Thomas.
73420: AL-DAFFA, DR. ALI ABDULLAH: - An Introduction to the Arab Israeli Conflict.
74204: ALAN PORTER - Patterns of Greatness
75179: ALCOCK, C. W. (ED.): - Famous Cricketers and Cricket Grounds. 1895.
65771: ALCOCK, FRANK: - A Fiery Eye. Signed copy.
74491: ALDIN, CECIL: - The Romance of the Road. Written & illustrated by C. Aldin. ‘Cheap Edition’
73129: (ALDIN, CECIL) / IRVING, WASHINGTON / STEELE, RICHARD: - Wives. Wives by Washington Irving and The Henpecked Man by Sir Richard Steele. Pictures by Cecil Aldin.
77926: ALDIN, CECIL; - Sleeping Partners. A Series of Episodes.
78072: ALDIN, CECIL; SEWELL, ANNA; - Black Beauty. The Autobiography of a Horse. Illustrated by Eighteen Plates in Colour, specially drawn for this edition by Cecil Aldin.
58227: ALDINGTON, RICHARD: - Images.
72779: ALDISS, BRIAN: - Helliconia Spring, Helliconia Summer, Helliconia Winter. Three volume trilogy.
70078: ALDRED, CYRIL: - The Egyptians. Revised and enlarged edition.
79106: ALEXANDER, RUSSELL GEORGE: - Poems Limited Numbered & Signed Edition by John & Edward Bumpus.
76909: ALEXANDER, FRANCESCA; RUSKIN, JOHN; - Christ's Folk In The Apennine. Reminiscences of Her Friends Among The Tuscan Peasantry.
75135: ALLAN, JOHN R.; - The County Books. The North-East Lowlands of Scotland.
69115: ALLAN, ARTHUR B.: - The Middle Ages. 1154 - 1485. The background book.
78890: ALLEN, THOMAS: - A Complete History of the County of York. Illustrated by a Series of Views engraved on steel from Original Drawings by Nathaniel Whittock. Seven Books bound in three volumes.
79122: ALLEN, CECIL J.: - Railways of To-Day Their Evolution, Equipment and Operation. With appendices etc. Illustrated with 26 Coloured plates, Sectional Chart of Express Locomotive, 200 Photo Reproductions and 25 Diagrams. With supplement.
78417: ALLEN-BROWN, A. & D.: - The Violet Book. Coloured Illustrations by Irene M. Johns.
74383: (ALLESTREE, RICHARD) PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY; - The Works of The Learned and Pious Author of The Whole Duty of Man. The Third Impression.
78304: ALLINGHAM, HELEN: HUISH, MARCUS. B.: - Happy England. With a Memoir and Descriptions. Reissued Larger Size.
50588: ALLINGHAM, HELEN / HUISH, M. B.: - Happy England. With a Memoir and Descriptions. Reissued LARGER SIZE.
72643: ALLISON, SIR ROBERT: - Lucretius on the Nature of Things. Translated from the Latin into English Verse. With Introduction, Appendices and Notes.
77044: ALLOM, THOMAS; ROSE, T: - Cumberland, It's Lake and Mountain Scenery. Illustrated From drawings on the Spot by Thomas Allom. With descriptions by R. Rose.
70118: ALMACK, T. F: - A Village Heritage. The Story of Blandford St.Mary.
77538: ALPHONSE WILLEMS, DE FEU M.; - Catalogue de Livres Anciens Rares et Precieux. Poets Francais des XVIe et XVIIe Siecles... &c. &c... Provenant de la Bibliotheque.
76390: (93) ALTRINGHAM, JOHN: - British Bats. (The New Naturalist 93 ).
77206: AMEDIO OF SAVOY, LUIGI; - On The "Polar Star" in the Arctic Sea. By His Royal Highness Duke of the Abruzzi. With Statements of Commander U. Cagni upon the Sledge Expedition to 86* 34’ North, and of Dr. Cavalli Molinelli upon his return to the Bay of Teplitz. Translated by William Le Queux. In Two Volumes, with 212 Illustrations, 16 Full-Page Photogravure Plates, 2 Panoramas, and 5 Maps.
75188: AMES, HUGO; SIDNEY, HERBERT; - The Dwarf A Weekly Illustrated Social Journal, No. 1 Vol. 1, December 9th 1890, to No. 26 Vol. 1, June 9th, 1891.
73677: AMOS, ROGER: - The Complete Book of Model Railway Electronics. Second edition.
78654: AMSINCK, PAUL: - Tunbridge Wells, and its Neighbourhood. Illustrated by a Series of etchings by Letitia Byrne.
68991: ANDERSEN, ROBERT: - Fifty Hats That Changed The World.
76662: ANDERSON MRS. (ATTRIB.); - Addressbook, Notebook. Containing Notable Dates Such as The Death of King George VI 1952. In Mauchline Ware Binding.
73995: ANDERSON, JOHN REDWOOD: - Paris Symphony. With a foreword by John Cowper Powys.
77459: ANDERSON, D. CORBET; - Croydon Inclosure 1793 - 1803. Of the Commissioners appointed to Inclose the Commons of Croydon; Acts of Parliament relating thereto; and an Appendix containing Lists of Occupiers of the Parish in A.D. 1793 and 1803. with an Introduction and Notes.
71241: ANDERSON, MONA: - The Good Logs of Algidus. Signed copy.
68679: ANDERSON, R.C. / FRANKIS, G.G.A.: - A History of "Royal Blue" Express Services.
78635: ANDRE: - The Cruise of the Walnut Shell Written and Illustrated by Andre.
78291: ANDREWS, KENNETH R.: - English Privateering Voyages to the West Indies 1588-1595. Documents relating to English voyages to the West Indies from the defeat of the Armada to the last voyage of Sir Francis Drake, including Spanish documents contributed by Irene A. Wright. Works Issued by The Hakluyt Society. Second Series No. CXI.
75361: ANDREWS, WILLIAM; - England in the Days of Old.
76282: ANDREWS, IAN; - Poole A Pictorial History.
72102: ANNABEL MERULLO AND NEIL WENBORN - British Military Greats Including Essays by Kate Adie, Max Arthur, Patrick Bishop, Len Deighton & more.
77179: ANON; - Les Termes De La Ley: Or, Certain difficult and obscure Words and Terms of the Common and Statute Laws of this Realm, now in use, expounded and explained. Corrected and enlarded, with the addition of many other words; particularly of those that have been lately introduced into the Statute Law of Great Britain, Never printed in any other Impression.
61374: ANON: - Attractive original engraving of dress for Order of the Garter. Instituted 1344.
61454: ANON: - The New Screw Steamship “Thunder”. From Illustrated London News.
63967: ANON: - The Historie of The Olde Palace Mayfield Sussex from the 9th to the 19th centurye.
60974: ANON: - Enodia.
61457: ANON: - Opening of the Bute East Dock, Cardiff. From Illustrated London News.
74675: ANON; VARIOUS; - The History of The Town and Parish of Halifax. Containing; A Description of the Town, The Nature of The Soils &c &c. An Account of the Gentry and opther Eminent Persons. Also, It’s Ancient customs, Modern Improvements, Unparalleled Tragedies of Sir John Eland of Eland, His Grand Antagonists, With a Full Account of the Lives and Deaths of Wilkiin Lockwood and Adam Beamont Esquires. And A Catalogue of Several Vicars of Halifax Church...
74647: ANON; VARIOUS; - Dictionnaire Universel Des Synonymes de La Langue Francais. Contenant les synonymes de Girard; Indiques par le Grand-Maitre de l’Universite de France pour l’usage des Colleges; et ceux de Beauzee, Roubaud, Dalembert, Diderot, et autres Ecrivans Celebres. Nouvelle Edition. Two Volumes.
74590: ANON; - An Anecdote to the Miseries of Human Life, In the History of the Widow Placid, and Her Daughter Rachel. The Seventh Edition.
61449: ANON: - Capitol, Washington. From Illustrated London News.
61450: ANON: - River Life in Ohio. From Illustrated London News.
61451: ANON: - Troy, New York. From Illustrated London News.
59521: ANON: - The Guide to the Regal Green Vaults at Dresden.
67071: ANON: - Victoria. An Appreciation.
61347: ANON: - Attractive original steel engraving of Weymouth. Burdon Hotel and Victoria Terrace. 4 June 1860.
60225: ANON: - St.Paul’s Cathedral. Views and Notes.
58386: ANON: - Petra. A Brief History and Some Photographs.
61456: ANON: - The Rock of Gibraltar. Point D’Europ. Sketched from the Signal-House with Cueta and Tangier in the Distance. From Illustrated London News.
61375: ANON: - Attractive original engraving of Glass case with Ferns.
61361: ANON: - Attractive original Colour Chromo Lithograph of Lapageria.
77851: ANON; - Biographia Ecclesiastica: Or, The Lives of the Most Eminent Fathers of the Christian Church. Who flourish’d in the First Four Centuries, and part of the Fifth. Adorn’d with all the Effigies (curiously Ingraven). With a Discourse concerning the State of Religion During those Ages. In Two Volumes.
62845: ANON: - Fragments: In The Manner of Sterne.
72077: ANON: - The New Bath Guide: or, Memoirs of the B-N-R-D Family in a series of Poetical Epistles. A New Edition.
66673: ANON: - Hallmarks. Hallmarks on gold, silver & platinum.
58200: ANON: - In Memoriam. John Rylands. Born February 7, 1801. Died December 11, 1888.
62391: ANON: - Dorset County Guide.
67822: ANON: - The Correct Art of Candy-Making.
66274: ANON: - Life in the Walls, The Hearth and The Eaves. Four titles in one volume.
62324: ANON: - Wareham Forest Walk.
57249: ANON: - Shepherd’s Illustrated Almanack and Diary. Illustrated Nottingham Town and County. 1884.
61453: ANON: - Chester. From Illustrated London News.
61368: ANON: - Attractive original engraving of Otter, Badger and Seal.
67349: ANSARI, HUMAYUN (ED): - The Making of the East London Mosque, 1910-1951. Minutes of the London Mosque Fund and East London Mosque Trust Ltd. Camden Fifth Series Volume 38.
74820: ANSELMI, ANGELO TITO; - Tipo 166. The Original Sports Ferrari.
67679: ANSTEY, F.: - Voces Populi. Reprinted from “Punch”. With twenty illustrations by J.Bernard Partridge. Third edition.
73480: ANTHONY, P.D.: - John Ruskin’s Labour. A Study of Ruskin’s social theory.
77066: ANTIQUE VIEW: - TURNER, J.M.W. / COOKE, GEORGE (ENGRAVED BY): - POOLE. Dorsetshire. Dorset
42530: ANTIQUE VIEW: DORSET - - Attractive original copper-engraved view of CAME in DORSETSHIRE. The Seat of the Hon. Lionel Damer. Dorset. From: HUTCHINS' "History of Dorset". 2nd. edition
56812: ANTIQUE VIEW: - Attractive original engraved view of SHERBORNE LODGE, DORSETSHIRE. The Seat of The Rt. Hon. Edward Earl Digby. From: HUTCHINS' "History of Dorset". 2nd. edition. Drawn by J. Buckler and engraved by George Cooke.
40621: ANTIQUE VIEW: - Attractive original copper-engraved view of FARNHAM CHURCH, S.E., and HAMPRESTON CHURCH, N.E., and REMAINS OF A CROSS AT SHILLINGSTON. (3 views on one page). Dorset. From: HUTCHINS' "History of Dorset". 2nd. edition.
69934: ANTIQUE ENGRAVING BY SCOTT SCULP - Dalmatian. Printed "P. Reinagle" and on the right side is printed "J. Scott sculp"
56814: ANTIQUE VIEW: - Attractive original engraved view of CHARBOROUGH PARK, DORSETSHIRE. The Seat of Miss Sawbridge Erle Drax. From: HUTCHINS' "History of Dorset".
57384: ANTIQUE VIEW: - Attractive original engraving of Corfe Castle, DORSETSHIRE.
57381: ANTIQUE VIEW: - Attractive original engraved views of Corfe Castle & Kingston Hall, DORSETSHIRE. From: HUTCHINS' "History of Dorset".
78790: ANTONY PRESTON - The World’s Worst Warships Failures and Repercussions of Naval Design and Construction 1860 to the Present Day.
62235: APE: - “Chess” Vanity Fair. June 2. 1888.
71848: APPLETON, ALICE M.: - Towlocks and his Wooden Horse. With pictures by Honor C.Appleton. Second edition.
71780: ARCHBOLD, RICK: - Hindenburg. An Illustrated History. Paintings by Ken Marschall.
78017: ARCHER, WILLIAM; IBSEN, HENRIK; - The League of Youth: The Pillars of Society: A Doll's House. Authorised Translation. Edited by William Archer. Fourth Edition.
67206: ARCHER, JEFFREY: - And Thereby Hangs A Tale.
72918: ARCHER, FRED: - When Village Bells Were Silent.
73365: ARCHER, JEREMY: - Home for Christmas. A Wartime Anthology. Illustrated by Matilda Hunt.
77428: ARCHER, J.: - Original Engraved Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Engraved for Dugdale’s England and Wales Delineated. Drawn and engraved by J. Archer.
77953: ARCHER, J.: - Original Engraved Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Engraved for Dugdale’s England and Wales Delineated. Drawn and engraved by J. Archer.
77954: ARCHER, J.: - Original Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Drawn and engraved by J. Archer. “Negative” Style “Black-Map” of Dorset.
67530: ARENT, ARTHUR: - The Laying on of Hands.
76748: ARMITAGE, A. B.: - Two Years in the Antarctic. Being a Narrative of the British National Antarctic Expedition.
77579: ARMITAGE, HAROLD; - Chantrey Land, Being an Account of the North Derbyshire Village of Norton.
70380: ARMSTRONG, KAREN: - A History of Jerusalem. One city, three faiths.
73400: ARMSTRONG, ROBIN: - Under the Bridge.
71054: ARMSTRONG, KAREN: - Holy War. The Crusades and Their Impact on Today’s World.
77722: ARMSTRONG, E.A.: - The Folklore of Birds. An Enquiry into the Origin & Distribution of some Magico-Religious Traditions. The New Naturalist. (No 34.)
75903: ARMSTRONG, ARCHIE - Archie Armstrong's Banquet of Jests Reprinted from the Original Edition. Together with Archy’s Dream, Printed in the year 1641. LTD ED.
64131: ARNEIL, STAN: - Black Jack. The Life and Times of Brigadier Sir Frederick Galleghan. Foreword by Sir Roden Cutler. Signed and dedicated copy.
78846: ARNOLD, HUGH: - Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and France. Painted by LAWRENCE B. SAINT.
75543: ARNOLD-FORSTER, REAR ADMIRAL D: - At War With The Smugglers.
75518: ARNOLD-FORSTER, H. O.; OVEREND, W. H.; - In A Conning Tower; or How I took H.M.S. “Majestic” Into Action. A Story of Modern Ironclad Warfare. Illustrated by W. H. Overend. Reprinted by permission from “Murray’s Magazine.”
64169: ARNOLD, GUY: - Held Fast for England. G.A.Henty, Imperialist Boy’s Writer.
63231: ARNOLD, GUY: - Held Fast for England. G.A.Henty, Imperialist Boy’s Writer.
78820: ARNOLD, E. L.: - On The Indian Hills; Or, Coffee-Planting In Southern India. A New Edition, With Illustrations.
72599: ARNOLD, MATTHEW: - Poems. Three volumes. Vol I, Early Poems, Narrative Poems and Sonnets; Vol II, Lyric and Elegiac poems; Vol III, Dramatic and Later Poems.
73476: ARTHUR, MAX: - Last Post. The Final Word from Our First World War Soldiers. Signed Copy.
76660: ASCHERSON, NEAL; - Black Sea. The Birthplace of Civilisation and Barbarism. With a revised and updated Foreword by the Author.
54499: ASHBERRY,ANNE - (arranged by): Miniature Flowers and Vases. Introd.by N.Streatfeild.
78508: ASHER, MICHAEL: - Lawrence The Uncrowned King of Arabia.
73620: ASHLEY, HARRY: - Dorset. A Portrait in Colour.
71548: ASHLEY, HARRY: - Dorset Yarns.
76322: ASHTON, LEIGH; - Samplers. Selected and Described with an Introduction by Leigh Ashton of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
64487: ASLET, CLIVE: - The Story of Greenwich.
72877: ASQUITH, LADY CYNTHIA: - The King’s Daughters.
75036: ASTLEY COOPER, C. J.; PEASCOD, W.; ROSSITER, A. P., KELLY, H. M.; HEATON COOPER, W.; - Great Gable, Green Gable, Kirkfell, YewBarrow, Buckbarrow. Rock-Climbing Guides to the English Lake District. Edited by H. M. Kelly. Second Series. With Illustrations by W. Heaton Cooper.
68896: ATKINS, DAVID: - The Reluctant Major. Signed copy.
77442: ATKINSON, D. H.; - Ralph Thoresby, the Topographer; His Town and Times. With Portrait of Thoresby, From the Original Painting by Parmentier. In Two Volumes. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION.
77643: ATKINSON, REV.J.C: - Playhours and Half-Holidays. Or, Further Experiences of Two Schoolboys. Illustrated by Coleman.
79021: ATKINSON, REV. J. C: - Forty Years in a Moorland Parish. Reminiscences and Researches in Danby in Cleveland. Illustrated edition.
77347: ATKINSON, C. T.: - The Dorsetshire Regiment. The Thirty-Ninth and Fifty-Fourth Foot and The Dorset Militia and Volunteers. Three Volumes Bound in Two.
78971: ATTWELL, MABEL LUCIE: BARRIE, J.M.; BYRON, M.: - Peter Pan and Wendy. Retold by May Byron for Boys and girls with the approval of the Author. Pictures by Mabel Lucie Attwell.
79030: ATTWELL, MABEL LUCIE ( ILLS.); BARRIE, J.M.; - Peter Pan and Wendy. Illustrated in Colour and Black & White by Mabel Lucie Attwell.
77336: ATTWOOLL, MAUREEN; HERBERT, GRAHAM; - Weymouth The Golden Years SIGNED.
64660: AUBREY, JOHN: - Wiltshire The Topographical Collections of John Aubrey A.D.1659-70 with illustrations. Corrected and enlarged by John Edward Jackson.
73983: AUDEN, W.H. / ISHERWOOD, CHRISTOPHER: - On the Frontier. A Melodrama in three acts.
62792: AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES: - The Watercolours for Birds of America. Annette Blaugrund and Theodore E.Stebbins, jr. Editors. Catalog entries by Carole Anne Slatkin. Essays by Theoder E.Stebbins, Annette Blaugrund, Amy R.W.Myers and Reba Fishman Snyder.
75003: AUGER, L. S.; - Oevres de Jean Racine. Precedees d’une notice sur sa vie et ses ouvrages.
70963: AUHL, IAN: - From Settlement to City. A History of the District of Tea Tree Gully 1836-1976.
55524: AULTON, MARGARET: - Fair Touraine. Stories and Legends of the Loire, Illustrated with ninety facsimile reproductions of original drawings and copper-plate engravings by the author.
74335: AUSTEN, JANE; - Northanger Abbey, Persuasion, Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Shorter Works, Mansfield Park, Emma. Seven Volumes. This Edition is Selected from the Definitive Text of Professor R.W. Chapman.
78869: AUSTEN, JANE: - Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. Illustrated by HUGH THOMSON. With an Introduction by Austin Dobson. Two Volumes in One.
79016: AUSTEN, JANE: - Pride and Prejudice. Illustrated by Lex De Renault.
77414: AUTOGRAPH; - Remarkable Incidents in The Life of John Maynard.
71055: AVIGAD, NAHMAN: - Discovering Jerusalem. Recent Archaeological Excavations in the Upper City.
74201: AYMER VALLANCE - English Church Screens Being Great Roods, Screenwork & Rood-Lofts of Parish Churches in England & Wales
73429: AZZAM, HENRY T.: - Saudi Arabia. Economic Trends, Business Environment and Investment Opportunities.
67582: BACON, FRANCIS: - The Essays. or Counsels Civil and Moral of Francis Bacon. First published in 1597 , and as he left them newly written. With an introduction by Henry Morley.
65276: BACOT, M.E.: - The Twins of Overbury, or the true story of two dogs. Signed and dedicated.
77416: BADESLADE & TOMS; - A Map of Dorsetshire West From London.
78592: BADESLADE & TOMS: - Map of Hampshire. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire. “South West From London.” With Description of the County.
71685: BADESLADE, THOMAS: - A Map of Leicestershire.
77951: BADESLADE & TOMS; - A Map of Dorsetshire West From London.
79026: BADOGLIO, PIETRO: - The War in Abyssinia With a Foreword by Benito Mussolini. With 15 Gravure Illustrations, 9 Coloured Maps and 6 Facsimile Documents.
76880: BAEDEKER, KARL: - The Dominion of Canada with Newfoundland and an Excursion to Alaska. Handbook for travellers. With 14 Maps and 12 Plans. Fourth Revised and Augmented Edition.
79042: BAEDEKER, KARL: - Egypt and the Sudan. Handbook for travellers.
79043: BAEDEKER, KARL: - Lower Egypt and the Peninsula of Sinai. Handbook for travellers.
72744: BAGEHOT, WALTER: - The Collected Works of Walter Bagehot. Edited by Norman St John-Stevas. The Literary Essays in two volumes. The Historical Essays in two volumes.
75063: BAGENAL, N. B.; - Fruit Growing. Modern Cultural Methods.
66872: BAHNS, JORN: - Biedermeier-Mobel Entstehung-Zentren-Typen. German language.
78944: BAILEY, CAPT. E.A.S.: - Malta Defiant and Triumphant, Rolls of Honour 1940-1943. Signed & Numbered Limited Edition.
41349: BAILEY, BRIAN: - Stone Villages of England.
71007: BAILEY, LIEUTENANT-COLONEL F.M.: - Mission to Tashkent. With an Introduction and Epilogue by Peter Hopkirk
63413: BAIN, KENNETH: - St Helena. The Island, Her People and their Ship.
73347: BAINBRIDGE, BERYL: - Injury Time. Signed copy.
73616: BAINBRIDGE, JOHN: - Francis Frith’s Dorset Living Memories.
74361: BAIRD, REV. ANDREW; - The Annals of a Tweeddale Parish The History of the United Parish of Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho (Civil and Ecclesiastical)
75451: BAKER, JOHN L.; - A Picture of Hampshire. SIGNED.
70318: BAKER, J.N.L.: - A History of Geographical Discovery and Exploration. Harrap’s New Geographical Series.
69525: BAKER, ETHEL WINIFRED: - Miss Ann Green of Clifton. A Romance of the Bristol Riots. Second edition. Edited and Illustrated by Reece Winstone with an 1828 map and 44 illustrations of Clifton and Bristol then and now. Signed copy.
55907: BAKER, ELLIOTT: - Pocock & Pitt.
76539: BALCH, H. E: - Wookey Hole. Its Caves and Cave Dwellers. With an introduction by Professor Boyd Dawkins. Period Restorations and Numerous Drawings by John Hassall. Cave Photographs and Diagrams by J. H. Savory.
78177: BALDWIN, MAY: - Sarah’s School Friend
66997: BALDWIN, MARY: - Brewers of Old Ringwood. Designed and illustrated by Terry Hood-Cree. Signed copy.
74040: BALKWILL, RAY: - Exe Estuary.
77527: BALL, ROBERT STAWELL; - Experimental Mechanics. A Course of Lectures Delivered at the Royal College of Science for Ireland.
59515: BALL, SIR R.S.: - Time and Tide. A Romance of the Moon. Romance of Science Series. Being two lectures delivered in the theatre of the London Institution on the afternoons of November 19 and 26, 1888.
67344: BALL, STEPHEN (ED): - Dublin Castle and the First Home Rule Crisis: The Political Journal of Sir George Fottrell, 1884-1887. Camden Fifth Series Volume 33.
79044: BALLANTYNE, R.M: - Hudson Bay. Or: Everyday life in the Wilds of North America. During six years’ residence in the territories of the Hon. Hudson Bay Company.
75623: BALLANTYNE; BARING-GOULD; MAVILLE FENN; HENTY; YONGE; &C. - Stories Jolly: Stories New: Stories Strange & Stories True. A Series of new and original tales for boys and girls from six to fourteen years old.
78186: BALLANTYNE, R.M: - Hunted and Harried. A Tale of the Scottish Covenanters. With Illustrations.
78452: BALLANTYNE, R. M.: - The Giant of The North. Or, Pokings Round The Pole.
76325: BALLANTYNE, R. M.; VARIOUS; - Young England An Illustrated Magazine For Recreation and Instruction. Volume 9. January 1888.
78036: BALLANTYNE, ROBERT MICHAEL: - The Young Fur Traders. Colour Plates.
77869: BALLARD, GEORGE; - Memoirs of British Ladies, Who Have Been Celebrated for Their Writings or Skill, In the Learned Languages, Arts and Sciences.
75043: BAMM, PETER; - The Invisible Flag. A Report. Translated from the German by Frank Herrmann.
73811: BANKES, GEORGE: - The Story of Corfe Castle. And of Many Who Have Lived There. Collected from Ancient Chronicles & Records; Also From The Private Memoirs of a Family Resident There In The time Of The Civil Wars: Which Include Various Particulars of The Court of Charles The First, When Held At York & Afterwards At Oxford.
52236: BANKS, F. R. - THE PEAK DISTRICT.
55639: BANKS, W.: - Views in Rhyl and its Neighbourhood. A Series of Views in North Wales, from original drawings taken expressly for the work.
78781: BANNERMAN / LODGE (ILLS.): - The Birds of the British Isles. In Twelve Volumes.
78073: BANNERMAN, DAVID A.; BANNERMAN MARY W.: - Birds of Cyprus. Illustrated in colour by D. M. Reid-Henry and Roland Green.
67531: BANNING, JOHN: - How I Fooled the World.
78512: BANNISTER, JOHN: - A Glossary of Cornish Names, Ancient and Modern, Local, Family, Personal &c.: 20,000 Celtic and Other Names, Now Formerly in Use in Cornwall: With derivations and significances, for the most part conjectural, suggestive and tentative of many, and lists of unexplained names about which information is solicited.
77177: BARAITSER, MICHAEL; OBHOLZER, ANTON; - Cape Country Furniture A Pictorial Survey of Regional Styles, Materials and Techniques in The Cape Province of South Africa. With an Historical Introduction by Dr. Mary Alexander Cook. Second Revised Edition.
74228: BARBER, RICHARD (ED): - British Myths and Legends. Illustrations by John Vernon Lord. Three volumes, Marvels and Magic, Heroes and Saints, History and Romance.
73034: BARBER, JOHN B. / ATKINSON, GEORGE: - Lakeland Passes. Including some charming Walks through the District. With twelve illustrations and a map. Third edition.
76659: BARBERO, ALESSANDRO; - Charlemagne. Father of a Continent. Translated by Allan Cameron. In Slipcase.
78997: BARCLAY, C. N. BRIG.: - The History of the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Vol. III 1933-1946.
75698: BARCLAY, R.; (ED.) - A Batch of Golfing Papers by Andrew Lang and Others. The Chelah’s Round; the Devil’s Round; Dr. Johnson on the Links; Home of Golf, Etc. Etc.
78302: BARDSWELL, FRANCES A.: - The Herb-Garden. With 16 illustrations in colour drawn from nature by the Hon. Florence Amherst and Isabelle Forrest.
73330: BARING, MAURICE: - Punch and Judy and Other Essays.
78148: BARKAS, PALLISTER; - Storm Song, And Other Poems. SIGNED COPY.
71914: BARKE, JAMES: - The Well of the Silent Harp. A novel of the life and loves of Robert Burns.
71913: BARKE, JAMES: - The Crest of the Broken Wave. A novel of the life and loves of Robert Burns.
78116: BARKER, JULIA; - The Brontes, A Life in Letters.
50641: BARKER, GEORGE: - A Vision of Beasts and Gods.
79067: BARKER, CICELY MARY: - Spring Songs with Music From "Flower Fairies of the Spring". Words & Pictures by CMB. Music by OLIVE LINNELL.
72751: BARKER, N.: - The Oxford University Press and the Spread of Learning. An illustrated history 1478-1978. With a preface by Charles Ryskanp. Signed copy.
56957: BARKER, JOHN THEODORE: - The Beauty of Flowers in Field and Wood: Containing the Natural Orders of Families of British Wild Plants: With Their Moral Teachings Illustrated, Designed to Make Botany Simple and Field and Wood Rambles Instructive and Agreeable
54785: BARKER, GEORGE: - A Vision of Beasts and Gods.
64120: BARKER, SHIRLEY: - Liza Bowe.
65633: BARNARD, DEREK(ED): - Index to WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1864-1984.
77987: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life In the Dorset Dialect. (Comprises all 3 collections.)
46309: BARNES, WILLIAM: - TIW. Or: A View of the Roots and Stems of English as a Teutonic Tongue.
77986: (BARNES); BAXTER, LUCY ("LEADER SCOTT"): - The Life of William Barnes. Poet and Philologist. With Author’s Signed Letter.
77985: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life In the Dorset Dialect. (Comprises all 3 collections.)
66129: BARNES, WILLIAM: - William Barnes. The Dorset Poet. A Comprehensive Selection of Poetry and Prose. Introduced and Selected by Chris Wrigley.
54957: BARNES, WILLIAM & DUGDALE, GILES (ED): - Poems Grave and Gay, by William Barnes.
78839: BARNES / HEARL, T.W: - William Barnes 1801 - 1886. The Schoolmaster. A Study of education in the life and work of the Dorset Poet. Foreword by Sir Arthur Bryant.
69497: BARNES / HEARL, T.W: - William Barnes 1801 - 1886. The Schoolmaster. A study of education in the life and work of the Dorset Poet.
39588: BARNES, WILLIAM / DUGDALE, GILES (ED.): - Poems Grave and Gay.
73813: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect. First Collection, fourth edition. Second Collection, second edition. Third Collection. Three volumes.
72028: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems Grave & Gay. Selected & Edited with Foreword & Biographical Notes by Giles Dugdale.
70069: BARNES, W. MILES (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXIII.
70068: BARNES, W. MILES (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Vol XXII.
68109: BARNES, CAPT. JOHN / THOMAS, MAJOR DAVID: - The Story of the Army Apprentices College Chepstow 1923-1983. A Brief History.
55431: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect. Second Collection.
55434: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life in The Dorset Dialect. (Comprises all 3 collections).
54962: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect. First Collection.
53112: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect. Second Collection.
64565: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Hwomely Rhymes. A Second collection of Poems in the Dorset Dialect.
64567: BARNES, WILLIAM: - Poems of Rural Life in The Dorset Dialect. Third Collection. With preface by the author.
66007: BARR, E.D.: - Poems of a Country Lover.
69277: BARRACLOUGH, GEOFFREY (ED): - Social Life in Early England. Historical Association Essays.
73665: BARRIE, J.M.: - The Greenwood Hat. Being A Memoir of James Anon 1885-1897. With a preface by The Earl Baldwin of Bewdley.
66668: BARRINGER, LEWIN B.: - Flight Without Power. The Art of Gliding and Soaring. By Lewin B.Barringer Glider Specialist, Air Staff Headquarters of the Army Air Forces.
77353: BARRINGTON, ARCHIBALD; - Tablular Display of British Architecture. Saxon before the XI Century; Norman 12th Century; Early English XII Cent.; Decorated 14th Cent.; & Perpendicular XV Century.
68850: BARROW, G. / WILLS, L.J.: - Records of London Wells. Memoirs of the Geological Survey. England and Wales.
74318: BARRY UNSWORTH; EZEQUIEL MABOTE, - Sacred Hunger, First Chapter Series. Volume V. SIGNED. LIMITED EDITION.
76533: BARTELOT, R. GROSVENOR (M.A., VICAR): - The History of Fordington. A British Battleground, a Roman Suburb, a Royal Manor, and a Prebendal Church. Limited edition.
52518: BARTH, HANS (ED.) - Zeitscrift Des Deutschen Und Osterreichischen Alpen-vereins
61338: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Rutzschuk. From “The Beauties of the Bosphorus”.
61337: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Babacai. From “The Beauties of the Bosphorus”.
61341: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Nicopoli. From “The Beauties of the Bosphorus”.
69878: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Passau.
69877: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Wall’s & Bridge of Ulm.
69876: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Vienna. (from the Belvidere Gardens.)
69875: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Ratisbon Regensberg.
69874: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Neubourg. (With the old ducal Palace.)
69873: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of City of Ulm from the heights.
68786: BARTLETT, WILLIAM HENRY / BRANDARD, E.: - Glengariff. Original engraving of Glengariff in Co.Cork, Ireland.
61339: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Walhalla, Ratisbon. From “The Beauties of the Bosphorus”.
61336: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of the Kazan Pass. From “The Beauties of the Bosphorus”.
76512: BARTLETT, WILLIAM A.; - The History and Antiquities of The Parish of Wimbledon, Surrey. With Sketches of the Earlier Inhabitants. With Map and Illustrations.
61335: BARTLETT, W.H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Linz. From “The Beauties of the Bosphorus”.
67133: BASIRE, J.: - Exeter, Jesus and Lincoln Colleges with All Saints Church from the Turl. Engraved by J.Skelton from the original by J.Basire. For the year 1806. Pl.106.
61461: BASIRE, JS.: - Attractive colour print of ‘Wotton Glanvile Church, Dorset’.
78393: BASKETT, JOHN: - The Book of Common Prayer. Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the church, according to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter of Psalms of David. Pointed as they are to be said or sung in churches.
78476: BATES, MARSTON: HUMPHREY, PHILIP S.: - The Darwin Reader.
73737: BATES, H.E.: - The Vanished World. An Autobiography. Vol. 1. Illustrated by John Ward.
65784: BATH, FRANCIS, R.L.: - Flowers of William Barnes.
79052: BATSFORD, H.: FRY, C.: BUCHAN, JOHN: - The Face of Scotland. Foreword by JOHN BUCHAN. Illustrated from drawings by BRIAN COOK, and from photographs. Second Edition.
78745: BATTRICK, JACK: - Brownsea Islander. As told by Gail Lawson.
77535: BAUDELAIRE, CHARLES; ISHERWOOD, C.; AUDEN, W. H.; - Intimate Journals. Translated by Christopher Isherwood, Introduction by W. H. Auden. With Six Collotype Plates and One Line Drawing. LIMITED EDITION of 750 Copies.
61852: BAUMAN, JANINA: - Winter in the Morning. A Young Girl’s Life in the Warsaw Ghetto and Beyond 1939-1945.
74022: (BAUMER, LEWIS) ARKELL, REGINALD: - Winter Sportings. Illustrated by Lewis Baumer.
78982: BAVINGTON JONES, T.: PIKE, W.T.: - Kent At The Opening of the Twentieth Century & Contemporary Biographies Pike’s New Contemporary Series. No. 10.
54288: (BAXTER) COURTNEY LEWIS, C.T.: - George Baxter. Colour Printer. His Life and Work. A manual for Collectors.
74045: BAYLIS, TREVOR: - Clock This. My Life as an Inventor.
78942: BAYNE, STACEY: - 'Soul Journeys' Five Statuettes of African Maasai Tribal Women Limited Edition Resin Figures.
60767: BEACH THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM: - The County Books. Hertfordshire.
68607: BEALE, J.ELMES: - Report of the Undercliff Drive Deputation. Appointed by Resolution of the Council, 31st July, 1903, upon visits to other Seaside Places paid in September 1903.
70133: BEAMISH, DEREK / DOCKERILL, JOHN / HILLIER, JOHN: - The Pride of Poole 1688-1851
70656: BEAMISH, DEREK / DOCKERILL, JOHN / HILLIER, JOHN / SMITH, GRAHAM: - An Album Of Old Poole
57423: BEAMISH, DEREK / HILLIER, JOHN / JOHNSTONE, H.F.V.: - Mansions and Merchants of Poole and Dorset Volume One.
76137: BEAMISH, DEREK / DOCKERILL, JOHN / HILLIER, JOHN: - The Pride of Poole 1688-1851.
46761: BEARE, GERALDINE; KIPLING / DOYLE / WALLACE / CROMPTON / AND OTHERS: - Adventure Stories from the “Strand”
44881: BEATON, CECIL (ATTRIBUTED TO): - Large original pencil drawing of a man reposing on a chair.
78610: BEATON, DAVID: - Dorset Maps. Signed copy.
57003: BEATRIX POTTER - The Tale of Two Bad Mice. THE ORIGINAL AND AUTHORIZED EDITION
67501: BEAZLEY, J.D. / ASHMOLE, B.: - Greek Sculpture and Painting. To the end of the Hellenistic Period.
78278: BECHHOFER ROBERTS, C. E.: - The Trial of Jones and Hulten. Edited with a Foreword. “The Old Bailey Trial Series.”
73369: BECKETT, JANE / CHERRY, DEBORAH (EDS): - The Edwardian Era.
62344: BEER, T.: - Birds. Hants and Dorset.
72667: BEERBOHM, MAX: - The Dreadful Dragon of Hay Hill.
77359: BEERBOHM, MAX: - Fifty Caricatures.
77479: BEERS, CLIFFORD WHITTINGHAM; - A Mind That Found Itself. An Autobiography. Special Edition.
75040: BEETHAM, BENTLEY; HEATON COOPER, W.; KELLY, H. M.; - Borrowdale Rock-Climbing Guides to the English Lake District. Edited by H. M. Kelly. Second Series. With Illustrations by W. Heaton Cooper.
78418: BEETON'S, MRS.: - Mrs. Beeton’s All About Cookery. New Edition. With Colored Plates and Other Illustrations.
75376: BEGBIE, JOAN: - Walking in the New Forest. With16 illustrations from photographs and 25 drawings by the Author.
78519: BELFORT, ROLAND: JOHANNES HOYER, ALFRED: - All About Coconuts. Fully Illustrated.
77478: BELL, CHARLES; - A Manual of Artistic Anatomy. Together with The Hand, its mechanism and vital endowments as evincing design.
44735: BELL, H.IDRIS (TRANSL. INTO ENGLISH VERSE BY): - Poems from the Welsh. With some additional Renderings by C. C. Bell.
75708: BELL, REV. A. H.; - Some Account of the Parish of Poyntington. Now in the County of Dorset.
75506: BELL, R. C.; - Copper Commercial Coins 1811-1819
48026: BELL, ALAN / HASSALL, JOHN (ILLS.): - Wookey Hole. The Cave & its Story. A Description and History of the Three Great Caverns, their Ancient Occupation and the Legend of The Witch of Wookey.
71343: BELL, DAVID / REDHEAD, BRIAN: - Northumbria A Collection and a Recollection.
78436: BELL, R. S. WARREN: - The Mystery of Markham.
73977: BELL, VICARS: - Little Gaddesden. The Story of an English Parish. With a foreword by Arthur Bryant.
77321: BELL, SIR HESKETH; DOWLING, JOANNA; - Witches & Fishes. Illustrated by Joanna Dowling.
77237: BELL, GAWAIN; - Shadows on the Sand, The Memoirs of Sir Gawain Bell. SIGNED COPY.
62361: BELLAMY, JEAN: - A Dorset Quiz Book. Illustrated by Judith Fry. Signed by author.
76413: BELLIN, JACQUES NICOLAS; - Karte von der Hudsons Bay. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map. Canada. Hudson Bay. From “Allegmeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und zu Lande.”
74441: BELLOC, H.; - More Peers Verses by H. Belloc. Pictures by B.T.B.
77550: BELLOC, HILAIRE: - The Emerald of Catherine The Great. With 21 Drawings by G. K. Chesterton.
77549: BELLOC, HILAIRE: - But Soft - We Are Observed! With Thirty-Seven Drawings by G. K. Chesterton.
77547: BELLOC, HILAIRE: - The Missing Masterpiece, A Novel. With Forty-One Drawings by G. K. Chesterton.
72416: BELLOC, HILAIRE: - The Road.
66705: BENEZIT, E.: - Dictionnaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs. Dictionnaire critique et documentaire des Peintres, Sculpteurs, Dessinateurs et Graveurs de tous les temps et de tous les pays par un groupe d’ecrivains specialistes Francais et etrangers. Nouvelle edition entirement refondue, revue et corrigee sous la direction des heritiers de E.Benezit avec 32 reproductions hors texte en heliogravure. Eight volumes in French language.
74999: BENFIELD, ERIC; - Purbeck Shop. A Stoneworker's Story of Stone. With an Introduction by Professor A. E. Richardson.
71862: BENFIELD, ERIC: - The Town of Maiden Castle.
77603: BENFIELD, ERIC: - Dorset. The County Books.
75504: BENHAM, WILLIAM; - The Tower of London
49315: BENINGFIELD, GORDON (PICTURES BY): - Poems of the Countryside. SIGNED by G. Beningfield
40525: BENINGFIELD'S - Countryside.
71356: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Beningfield’s Countryside.
71213: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Country. Introduction and Captions by Gordon Beningfield. Text by Anthea Zeman.
71211: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Green and Pleasant Land. Poetry of the English Countryside. Pictures by Gordon Beningfield.
71151: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Beningfield’s English Farm. Signed copy.
71150: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Beningfield’s English Landscape.
71149: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Country. Introduction and captions by Gordon Beningfield. Text by Anthea Zeman.
73525: BENINGFIELD, BETTY / PAGE, ROBIN: - Beningfield’s Orchards. The paintings of Gordon Beningfield. Text by Bett Beningfield and Robin Page. Signed copy.
70574: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Country. Introduction and captions by Gordon Beningfield. Text by Anthea Zeman.
70571: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Landscapes.
64595: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Beningfield’s English Farm. Signed copy.
57375: BENINGFIELD, GORDON (INTRODUCTION & CAPTIONS BY): - Hardy Country. Text by A. Zeman.
56430: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Country. Text by Anthea Zeman.
53622: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Country. Text by Anthea Zeman.
58981: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Beningfield’s English Landscape.
56428: BENINGFIELD, GORDON: - Hardy Landscapes.
43560: BENINGFIELD'S - English Landscape.
73684: BENN, WEDGEWOOD / BENN, MARGARET: - Beckoning Horizon. The story of a Journey Round the World. With 25 illustrations and 3 maps.
77617: BENNET, F.; - Sherborne Songs.
58070: BENNETT; R. ALAN - Dorset Journey. Signed by Author Foreword by Paul Atterbury
73765: BENNETT, J.A.W. / GRAY, DOUGLAS: - Middle English Literature. Oxford History of English Literature. Volume1 Part 2. Edited and completed by Douglas Gray.
68013: BENOIST-GIRONIERE, YVES: - The Conquest of the Horse. Translated from the French by Major C.P.C.Macnaughtan with Jean Boulting.
76416: BENSON, R. SEYMOUR; M. E. & J. S. ; - Descendants of Isaac and Rachel Wilson. Photographic Pedigree. In Four Volumes. With Boxed Supplements. Revised by M. E. & J. S. Benson in 1949. In slipcase.
75609: BENSON, STELLA; - Hope Against Hope. And Other Stories. Signed LTD edition.
77558: BENSON, E. F.; - The Life of Alcibiades.
76415: BENSON, R. SEYMOUR; - Supplement to the Photographic Pedigree of the Descendants of Isaac and Rachel Wilson, 1740.
71963: BENSON, F.R. / ALGERNON TUDOR (EDS): - The Book of the Army Pageant held at Fulham Palace by kind permission of the Lord Bishop of London. 20th June to 2nd July, 1910. Foreword by Field-Marshal Earl Roberts.
78819: BENSUSAN, S. L.: FORREST, A. S.: - Morocco. Painted & Described.
76546: BENTHAM, J. A.; - Shoes. A Story For Children. Illustrated and Decorated by Hilda T. Miller.
74036: BENTLEY, NICOLAS: - The Victorian Scene: 1837-1901. A Picture Book of the Period.
77678: (120). BENTON, TED; - Grasshoppers & Crickets. (The New Naturalist 120.)
76384: (120). BENTON, TED; - Grasshoppers & Crickets. (The New Naturalist 120.)
71517: BERGER-WHEELER, CAPT.F.E.A.: - The International Bulldog Year Book. 1933. Incorporating “Bulldog Pedigrees”. Compiled by Capt.F.E.A.Berger-Wheeler.
55737: BERGER, THOMAS: - Regiment of Women.
72844: BERGSTROM, E.H.: - Old Glass Paperweights. Their Art, Construction, and Distinguishing Features.
76792: BERNACCHI, L. C.; - A Very Gallant Gentleman Chevalier of the Legion of Honour.
76873: BERNACCHI, L. C.; - Saga of The "Discovery"
67540: BERNSTEIN, VICTOR H.: - Final Judgment. The Story of Nuremberg. With an introduction by Max Lerner.
78535: BERRY, WILLIAM: - Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Hants; Collected from the Heraldic visitations and other authentic manuscripts in the British Museum, and in the possession of private individuals, and from the information of the present resident families. County Genealogies. “Berry’s Hampshire Genealogies.” In Two Volumes.
77733: (64) BERRY, R. J.; JOHNSTON, J. L.: - The Natural History of Shetland. (The New Naturalist 64).
48700: BERSTEIN, HILDA: - Death is Part of the Process.
50478: BERTRAM, CHARLES (THE LATE): - A Magician in Many Lands. Introduced by Professor Hoffmann.
79022: BETJEMAN, JOHN: - Summoned by Bells.
73354: BETJEMAN, JOHN: - Summoned by Bells.
44268: BETJEMAN, JOHN: - Summoned by Bells.
70766: BETTEY, J.H.: - Dorset. City and County Histories.
69804: BETTEY, J.H.: - Dorset. City and County Histories.
75536: BEVAN, G. PHILLIPS; - Tourist’s Guide to the Channel Islands With Map.
70785: BEVIS, J. / KETTELL, R. / SHEPARD, B.: - Flora of the Isle of Wight. With geological chapter by Dr A. Insole. Edited by O.H.Frazer.
76877: BHARANY, CHHOTE; - Dilemma Signed.
77487: BICHAT, XAVIER; - A Treatise on the Membranes.
75204: BICKHAM, GEORGE; - Selected Plates From “The Universal Penman” Engraved By George Bickham, The Elder.
78598: BICKHAM, G.: - A Map of Hampshire. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire. With Illustration to Map, Engraved View with Arms of City of Winchester. And a description of the County. Twin plate, double sided & double-glazed.
75976: BICKLEY, FRANCIS: - Where Dorset Meets Devon. Illustrated by J. W. King.
71404: BICKLEY, FRANCIS: - Where Dorset Meets Devon.
72762: BIGGS, JOHN R. / MASTERS, JAMES E.: - Shaftesbury: the Shaston of Thomas Hardy. Twelve wood engravings. At the High House Press. 1932.
68967: BIGGS, JOHN R. / MASTERS, JAMES E.: - Shaftesbury: The "Shaston" of Thomas Hardy. (Facsimile edition)
68137: BIGGS, JOHN R. / MASTERS, JAMES E.: - Shaftesbury: the Shaston of Thomas Hardy. Twelve wood engravings. At the High House Press. 1932.
71262: BILES, TIMOTHY: - Letters to God from a Parish Priest. Signed copy.
71261: BILES, TIMOTHY: - Windows on the Sudan A Story of Pain and Pride. Signed copy.
71260: BILES, TIMOTHY: - A Puppy Dies and other stories from the Holy Land. Signed copy.
71259: BILES, TIMOTHY: - Second Opinions. Signed copy.
69832: BILLETT, MICHAEL: - Thatched Buildings of Dorset. Photographs by R.D.Megilley, Dorchester Studios.
75653: BINACO, MARGERY WILLIAMS; RACKHAM, ARTHUR; - Poor Cecco. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
77246: BINACO, MARGERY WILLIAMS; RACKHAM, ARTHUR; - Poor Cecco. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham.
74317: BINGHAM, CLIFTON - Uncle Jumbo’s Party Pictures & Verses for Little Folk
77863: BINGLEY, REV. W.; BINGLEY, W. R.; - Excursions in North Wales, Including Aberystwyth and the Devil’s Bridge, Intended as A Guide to Tourists. Third Edition, with Corrections and Additions made during Excursions in the Year 1838, by his Son. With a Complete Map by J. & C. Walker.
66364: BINGLEY, JOS: - Original engraved map of the Isle of Wight.
77109: BINNEY, GEORGE; - With Seaplane and Sledge in the Arctic. With a preface by W. J. Sollas. With 40 pages of illustrations.
78922: BINNIE, G. M.: - Early Victorian Water Engineers.
76708: (104) BIRCHAM, PETER: - A History of Ornithology. (New Naturalist 104)
77037: BIRD, ISABELLA L.: - Unbeaten Tracks in Japan. An Account of Travels in the Interior including Visits to the Aborigines of Yezo and the Shrines of Nikko and Isé. In Two Volumes. With Map and illustrations.
69112: BIRD, JOANNA / BIRD, D.G.(EDS): - The Archaeology of Surrey to 1540.
75850: BIRKHEAD, EDITH; - The Tale of Terror. A Study of the Gothic Romance.
74180: BIRKHEAD - HEROES OF MODERN EUROPE "Told Through the Ages" series
44235: BISHOP, GEORGE, W.: - My Betters. SIGNED BY AUTHOR
74967: BISHOP, PATRICK; - The Reckoning. How The Killing of One Man Changed the Fate of The Promised Land.
79091: BISHOP, JOHN GEORGE: - The Brighton Chain Pier: In Memoriam. Its History from 1823 to 1896 with a Biographical Notice of Sir Samuel Brown, Its Designer and Constructor, and an Appendix (Legal Documents).
78614: BISSET, ROBERT: - The History of the Reign of George III. To which is prefixed, A View of the Progressive Improvement of England, in Prosperity and Strength, to The Accession of His Majesty. The Second Edition, Completed to the Death of The King. In Six Volumes.
69463: BJORK, LENNART A. (ED): - The Literary Notes of Thomas Hardy. Two volumes. Vol I, Notes; Vol I, Text. Gothenburg Studies in English 29.
69752: BLACK, DAVID (ED): - The Atlas of Rugs and Carpets. A comprehensive guide for the buyer and collector.
67300: BLACK, JEREMY: - An Illustrated History of Eighteenth Century Britain, 1688-1793.
78927: BLACK'S - Picturesque Guide To The Isle Of Wight. Twelfth Edition.
77892: BLACKIE & SON; - The Imperial Family Bible, Containing The Old and New Testaments, According to the most approved copies of the authorized version. With many thousand critical, explanatory, and practical notes; also references, readings, chronological tables and Indexes. Illustrated by a Superb Series of Engravings from the most admired productions of ancient and modern art. In Two Volumes.
77299: BLACKIE; HENTY, G. A.; - Blackie’s Model Readers Book IV. Henty ”The Christians to the Lions” (in 2 parts). Extracted from “Beric the Briton.” ( pp. 156-165).
68626: BLACKMORE, BETSY L.: - The A-B-C of Needlework. Containing 200 original diagrams, including two inset plates. With a preface by Miss S.Loch.
58819: BLACKWELL, DORIS / LOCKWOOD, DOUGLAS: - Alice on the Line.
74480: BLADES, WILLIAM; - An Extract From The Enemies of Books. Illustrated by Phillip G. Reed.
78600: BLAEU: - Hantonia Sive Southantonensis Comitatus Vulgo Hantshire. Original Antique Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Hampshire. With, Arms of Nobles and County Crest. Description of County on Rear.
77159: BLAEU, JOHANNES; - Denbigiensis Comitatus et Comitatus Flintensis. Denbeighshire and Flintshire. Original Antique Hand-Coloured Copperplate Engraved Map.
69860: BLAEU, W.: - Palatinatus Bavariae. Original Engraved Map of Bavaria (Germany)
69387: BLAEU, J.: - Ducatus Eboracensis, pars borealis : the North Riding of York Shire. Map of Dorsetshire showing towns, villages, rivers, hundreds, woods, parks.
77935: BLAEU, W: - Original Antique Hand-Coloured Engraved Map of Somerset. Somersetshire. From his "Novus Atlas".
78399: BLAIR, HUGH: - Sermons, One of the Ministers of the High Church, and Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the University of Edinburgh. To which is annexed, A short Account of the Life and Character of the Author by JAMES FINLAYSON. A New Edition. In Five Volumes.
78275: BLAKE, GEORGE (ED.): - The Trials of Patrick Carraher. (Twice tried for Murder in Glasgow). Notable British Trials. No 74.
50438: BLAKE, NICHOLAS: - The Private Wound.
69650: BLAKE, ROBERT (ED): - The Private Papers of Douglas Haig 1914-1919. being selections from the private diary and correspondence of Field-Marshal the Earl Haig.
76149: BLAKE, GEORGE: - Poole. Past & Present. With an introduction by Harry Ashley.
75845: BLAKEY, DOROTHY; - The Minerva Press. 1790 - 1820
72718: BLANCH, LESLEY (ED): - Harriette Wilson's Memoirs. Selected and Edited with an Introduction by Lesley Blanch.
76095: BLATHWAYT, RAYMOND; HARDY, THOMAS; - Interviews. With Portraits and a Preface by Grant Allen. Includes ‘A Chat with Mr. Thomas Hardy’.
51119: BLISH, JAMES - Any When.
51117: BLISH, JAMES - Midsummer Century
51116: BLISH, JAMES - A Torrent Of Faces
66381: BLOME, RICHARD: - A Mapp of Wiltshire with its Hundreds.
78581: BLOME: - A Mapp of Hantshire. Original Antique Hand Coloured Engraved Map of Hampshire. With Scale in Miles, and a Table of the Hundreds. Dedicated to The Rt. Hon. Charles St. John, Marquis of Winchester.
57410: BLOMFIELD, RICHARD: - Poole. Town and Harbour.
72443: BLOOMFIELD, ROBERT: - Wild Flowers: or, Pastoral and Local Poetry, author of the Farmer’s Boy and Rural Tales.
79028: BLOWER, ALAN: - British Railway Tunnels.
73610: BLUMENFELD, R.D.: - R.D.B.’s Diary 1887-1914.
75357: BLUNDELL, PETER; - The Confessions of a Seaman.
78269: BLUNDEN, EDMUND: - Thomas Hardy. English Men of Letters Series
73360: BLUNDEN, MARGARET: - The Countess of Warwick. A Biography.
55464: BLUNDEN, EDMUND: - Constantia and Francis. An Autumn Evening. Limited edition.
55133: BLUNDEN, EDMUND: - Shells by a Stream. New poems.
77384: BLYTON, ENID: - Merry Mister Meddle! Illustrated by Rosalind M. Turvey and Joyce Mercer.
74011: BLYTON, ENID: - The Sea of Adventure. With illustrations by Stuart Tresilian.
73454: BOAG, DAVID: - The Kingfisher. Signed copy.
68153: BODDY, MAUREEN / WEST, JACK: - Weymouth and Melcombe Regis in old picture postcards.
75181: BODKIN, THOMAS; - The Noble Science. John Leech in the Hunting Field. With an introduction by Sir Alfred Munnings.
77480: BOERHAAVE; DELACOSTE, J.; - Boerhaave’s Aphorisms: Concerning the Knowledge and Cure of Diseases.
51757: BOGARDE, DIRK: - A Period of Adjustment
77859: BOILEAU DESPREAUX; - Oeuvres De Boileu. Avec un Nouveau Commentaire par M. Amar. (Works of Boileu. With a New Commentary by Mr. Amar.) In Four Volumes.
30543: BOLITHO, HECTOR / PEEL, DEREK: - The Drummonds of Charing Cross. (Bankers).
70484: BOLITHO, PAUL: - Warwick’s Most Famous Son. The Story of Thomas Oken and his Charity.
66847: BOLLE, BERT: - Alte Barometer. German Language.
44463: BOLSTER, J: - The Upper Crust. The Library of Motoring. Ed. by R. Baxter.
54836: BOLT, DAVID: - Adam. Signed copy
56017: BOND, D.: - Victorian And Edwardian Northumbria From Old Photographs. Introduction by J.W.Thompson.
77176: BONDS, RAY; - The Vietnam War The Illustrated History of the Conflict in Southeast Asia.
73845: (BONE, MUIRHEAD) BONE, JAMES: - The London Perambulator. With pictures by Muirhead Bone.
77596: BONHOEFFER, DIETRICH; - Letters and Papers from Prison. The Enlarged Edition. Edited by Eberhard Bethge. Decorations by Christopher Brown.
77930: BONNER, J.; - South Front of Abbots Wooton House. Original Hand Coloured Engraving. “The Right Hon. Joseph Lord Milton, Engraved at his expense, is respectfully inscribed by his lordships humble servant, the Author (Hutchins), this South Front of Abbots Wooton House.”
72836: BOOTH, RICHARD: - My Kingdom of Books. An Autobiography. With Lucia Stuart. Signed copy.
66044: BOOTLE, ROBIN / BOOTLE, VALERIE: - The Story of Cookham Line Drawings by Michael Kennedy. Privately published in 1990 in aid of Holy Trinity Church.
78241: BORROW, ELISABETH: DAY, VALERIE: RAYBOULD, ELIZABETH: - One Hundred Years of Hampshire Ladies' Golf Signed Copy.
77963: BOSWELL, JAMES; - The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Comprehending An account of his studies and numerous Works. In Chronological Order. A Series of his epistolary Correspondence and conversations with many eminent Persons. And Various Original Pieces of his Composition, never before published. The whole exhibiting a view of literature and literary men in Great Britain, for near half a century during which he flourished.
72286: BOSWELL, HILDA: - Edward and Gumbo.
77625: BOSWORTH SMITH, R.; - The Reasons of a Layman and a Liberal for Opposing Disestablishment. Three Letters to The “Times” and One to Mr. Gladstone. Fourteenth Thousand. Revised by the Writer. Also includes a small paperback by the same author bound inside titled “Sunday”, by SPCK, 1910. Dorset Tracts.
78814: BOULGER, G. S.: - Familiar Trees. Two volumes. With coloured plates by W. H. J. Boot. First and Second Series.
78527: BOULTON, WILLIAM B.: - The Amusements of Old London. Being a survey of the sports and pastimes, tea gardens and parks, playhouses and other diversions of the people of London from the 17th to the beginning of the 19th century. With Twelve Illustrations from contemporary sources, all coloured by hand. In Two Volumes.
64171: BOUTELL, CHARLES: - English Heraldry. With four hundred and fifty illustrations. Ninth edition. Revised by A.C.Fox-Davies.
61256: BOUTELL, CHARLES: - English Heraldry.
72359: BOUTET, HENRI: - Les Modes Feminines du XIXe Siecle, Interpretees en cent pointes seches aquarellees au pinceau, 1801-1850. Preface de Jules Claretie De L’Academie Francaise. Limited edition.
76085: BOWEN, EMAN; - Original Hand Coloured Engraved Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Divided into Hundreds, Containing the Borough and Market Towns &c. With concise historical extracts relative to its Natural Produce, with the trade & manufacturers of the principle towns. Describing also the Church Livings, with improvements not inserted in any other half sheet county maps extant.
76050: BOWEN, EMAN; - Crowland or Croyland. Original Antique Hand-Coloured Engraved Map showing the Road between Peterborough and Spalding. (Northampstonshire, Huntingdon, Northampton, Lincoln, Stilton.)
73469: BOWEN, JOHN (ED): - Scale Model Warships.
70629: BOWEN, E.: - Original Engraved Antique Map. The road from Dunkton to Weymouth. Engraved for Bowen’s Britannia Depicta.
70623: BOWEN, E.: - Original Engraved Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Map of Dorset on one side and road map from Gloucester to Worcester on reverse.
54196: BOWEN, MARJORIE: - The Sword Decides! A Chronicle of a Queen in the Dark Ages: Founded on the Story of Giovanna of Naples.
77946: BOWEN, E.: - Original Engraved Antique Map of Dorsetshire. Map of Dorset on one side and road map from Gloucester to Worcester on reverse.
78932: BOWLES’S - New Medium Map of Oxfordshire. Divided into its Hundreds. Exhibiting the Road, Towns and Villages with their Distance from London, church Livings, Seats of the Nobility, and Historical Remarks.
75097: BOWYER, MICHAEL J. F.; - Fighting Colours RAF Fighter Camouflage and Markings 1937-1969
78623: BRACKEN, C. W.: - A History of Plymouth and Her Neighbours. Second Edition. Illustrated.
72338: BRADBURY, JIM: - Medieval Warfare. The Routledge Companion.
69093: BRADBURY, JIM: - Stephen and Matilda. The Civil War of 1139-1153.
58231: BRADBURY, MALCOLM: - No, Not Bloomsbury.
74932: BRADDON, RUSSELL; - Cheshire V.C. A Study of War and Peace.
69323: BRADFIELD, N.: - Historical Costumes of England from the eleventh to the twentieth century. With a foreword by James Laver.
74018: BRADFORD, SARAH: - Lucrezia Borgia. Life, Love and Death in Renaissance Italy.
75615: BRADLEY, A. G.; - Highways and Byways in The Lake District. (Pocket edition). Illustrations by Joseph Pennell. With Slipcase.
75082: BRADLEY, A. G.; PENNELL, JOSEPH; - Highways and Byways in the Lake District. (Pocket edition).
75079: BRADLEY, A. G.; PENNELL, JOSEPH; THOMSON, HUGH; - Highways and Byways in North Wales. (Pocket edition).
73406: BRADLEY, IAN: - William Morris and his world. With 130 illustrations.
66024: BRADLEY, HELEN: - Miss Carter Came With Us.
70033: BRADLEY, RICHARD: - The social foundations of prehistoric Britain. themes and variations in the archaeology of power. Longman Archaeology Series.
55747: BRADY, TERENCE: - Rehearsal. a novel.
73608: BRAMAH, ERNEST: - The Wallet of Kai Lung. Seventh edition.
72846: BRANCH, E.A.: - Imaginative Drawing. The Kingsway Series. Third edition.
77577: BRASSEY, MRS: - A Voyage in the "Sunbeam". Our home on the Ocean for Eleven Months.
52588: BRAULT, GERARD J. - Eight Thirteenth-Century Rolls of Arms in French and Anglo-Norman Blazon.
79055: BRAUN, HUGH: BELLOC, H.: - The English Castle. Foreword by Hillaire BELLOC.
77493: BRAY, JOHN FRANCIS; - A Voyage From Utopia. Edited with an Introduction by M. F. Lloyd-Prichard.
78035: BRAZIL, ANGELA: - The Princess of the School. Illustrated by Frank Wiles.
78033: BRAZIL, ANGELA: - The Youngest Girl In The Fifth. A School Story. Illustrated by Stanley Davis.
74988: BRERETON, CAPT. F.S.; - A Gallant Grenadier. A Tale of the Crimean War. With Four Illustrations by Wal Paget and a Map.
74125: BRERETON, JOHN: - Chain Mail. The History of the Duke of Lancaster’s Own Yeomanry 1798-1991.
78190: BRERETON, CAPT. F. S.: - Jones of the 64th. A Story of Assaye & Laswaree.
68022: BRETT, REGINALD B.: - The Yoke of Empire. Sketches of the Queen’s Prime Ministers. Signed copy.
52409: BRICE, WILLIAM C - SOUTH-WEST ASIA SYSTEMATIC REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY SERIES;VOL.8
72814: BRIDGES, ROBERT: - The Testament of Beauty. A Poem in 4 Books by Robert Bridges, Poet Laureate. Second edition with the Author’s final corrections.
69614: BRIDGEWATER, ALAN / BRIDGEWATER, GILL: - The Craft of Wood Carving.
71595: BRIDGMAN, LEONARD (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft. 1943-44. (Issued August 1944). Thirty-Third Year of Issue. Compiled and Edited by Leonard Bridgman.
76109: BRIDGMAN, LEONARD (ED): - Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft 1953-54.
78206: BRIDIE, M. F.: - Across Canada With Two Cameras (July - September, 1938) Being the Diary of M. F. Bridie.
76433: BRIGGS, K. M.; - Pale Hecate's Team. An Examination of the Beliefs on Witchcraft and Magic among Shakespeare’s Contemporaries and His Immediate Successors. SIGNED.
78889: BRIGHT, RICHARD: - Travels from Vienna Through Hungary; With Some Remarks on the State of Vienna During the Congress in the Year 1814.
73378: BRILL, EDITH: - Cotswold Ways. Illustrated by Michael Stainton. Signed copy.
69548: BRISAC, CATHERINE: - A Thousand Years of Stained Glass. Translated from the French by Geoffrey Culverwell. Photographs by Yukichi Watabe.
76888: BRISTOW, C. R.; BAZLEY, R. A.; - Geology of the Country around Royal Tunbridge Wells (Explanation of One-Inch Geological Sheet 303, New Series.) Natural Environment Research Council, Institute of Geological Sciences. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, England and Wales.
76882: BRITISH MUSEUM (NATURAL HISTORY); - Report on the Geological Collection Made During The Voyage of the "Quest" On the Shackleton-Rowett Expedition to the South Atlantic & Weddell Sea in 1921-1922.
76570: BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY; - The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments. Translated out of the Original Tongues; and with the former translations diligently compared and revised, by His Majesty’s Special Command. Appointed to be Read in Churches.
78411: BROADLEY, A. M.: - The Royal Miracle. A Collection of Rare Tracts, Broadsides, Letters, Prints & Ballads concerning the wanderings of Charless II after the Battle of Worcester (Sept 3 - Oct 15, 1651). With a Preface, Historical Introduction, Appendix, Bibliography and Illustrations.
78986: BROADLEY, A. M.: - The Royal Miracle. A Collection of Rare Tracts, Broadsides, Letters, Prints & Ballads concerning the wanderings of Charless II after the Battle of Worcester (Sept 3 - Oct 15, 1651). With a Preface, Historical Introduction, Appendix, Bibliography and Illustrations.
78012: BROCK, C. E.; GOLDSMITH, O: - The Vicar of Wakefield. The Series of English Idylls. Twenty-Five Coloured Illustrations by C. E. Brock.
78013: BROCK, C. E.; MANNING, ANNE: - The Household of Sir Thomas More. The Series of English Idylls. Twenty-Four Coloured Illustrations by C. E. Brock.
78234: BROCK, H. M.: NICHOLS, B: - A Book of Old Ballads. Selected and with an introduction by Beverley Nichols.
77113: (BROCK, C.E.); IRVING, WASHINGTON: - The Keeping of Christmas at Bracebridge Hall. With twenty-four coloured illustrations by C. E. Brock. The Series of English Idylls.
78608: BROCKLEBANK, JOAN: - Affpuddle in the County of Dorset. A.D.987 - 1953. A Study Compiled from Written Sources.
78221: BROCKLEBANK, JOAN: - Affpuddle in the County of Dorset. A.D. 987 - 1953. A Study Compiled from Written Sources. SIGNED.
77973: BROCKLEHURST, CAPT. H. C.: - Game Animals of the Sudan. Their Habits and Distribution. A Handbook for Hunters and Naturalists. Illustrated with 12 Coloured Plates by W.H. Riddell, 45 Sketches by H.R. Millais, W.M. Bell and F. Wallace, Photographs and a Map.
73673: BRODY, ERNESS BRIGHT / BRODY, NATHAN: - Intelligence. Nature, Determinants and Consequences.
77960: BRONTE, CHARLOTTE, EMILY, ANNE / MRS GASKELL: - The Life and Works of Charlotte Bronte and her sisters. Haworth edition. With Introductions to the works by Mrs Humphry Ward and an Introduction and notes to the Life by Clement K. Shorter. In Seven Volumes with portraits and illustrations.
78840: BRONTE, CHARLOTTE, EMILY, ANNE: - The Complete Novels Folio Edition. Boxed Set. Illustrated with wood engravings. Jane Eyre, The Professor, Shirley, Villette, Wuthering Heights, Agnes Grey, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Seven (7) Volumes.
77989: (BROOKE, L. LESLIE); LANG, ANDREW; - The Nursery Rhyme Book. Edited by Andrew Lang. Illustrated by L. Leslie Brooke.
75473: BROOKE, GEOFFREY; - My Dog Durbar. SIGNED.
75414: BROOKE, LESLIE; - The Book of Yeovil SIGNED LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION .
76509: BROOKE, MR.; - The Fool of Quality; Or, The History of Henry Earl of Moreland. A New Edition. Greatly Altered and Improved. In Four Volumes.
67752: BROOKE, ESSEX: - Vagabond Flag. Stories by Essex Brooke.
55753: BROOKE, DINAH: - Lord Jim at Home. A Novel.
37941: BROOKE, L. LESLIE: - ORIGINAL LETTER from L. Leslie Brooke to Mr. Stitt.
52546: BROWN, GEORGE E - A book of R.L.S. :works, travels, friends, and commentators.
78622: BROWN, GEORGE E. (EDITOR); - The British Journal Photographic Almanac1934 With Which is Incorporated the “Year Book of Photography and Amateurs’ Guide”, and “The Photographic Annual.
74461: BROWN, HILTON; - Stands My House.
74456: BROWN, HABLOT K.; - Confessions of Con. Cregan: The Irish Gil Blas. With Illustrations on Wood and Steel. Two Volumes in One.
70232: BROWN, R.ALLEN: - English Medieval Castles.
70164: BROWN, HAMISH / BERRY, MARTYN (EDS): - Speak to the Hills. An Anthology of Twentieth Century British and Irish Mountain Poetry. Foreword by Norman Nicholson. Signed limited edition.
77967: BROWN, MICHELLE P.; - The Holkham Bible Limited Numbered Edition. 2 Vols. Cased.
77473: BROWNE, EDWARD GRANVILLE: - A Year Amongst the Persians. Impressions as to the Life, Character, & Thought of The People of Persia. Received during Twelve Months’ Residence in that Country in the years 1887-1888. With a Memoir by Sir E. Denison Ross.
78741: BRUCE, ANTHONY: - The Last Crusade, The Palestine Campaign in the First World War.
57719: BRUCE, GEORGE: - Festival in the North. The story of the Edinburgh Festival.
69295: BRUNSKILL, R.W.: - Traditional Buildings of Britain. An Introduction to Vernacular Architecture.
61506: BRYAN, TIM: - Great Western Swindon. The Archive Photograph Series. Signed copy.
58462: BRYAN, TIM: - Great Western Swindon. The Archive Photograph Series.
58525: BRYANT, ARTHUR: - The Lion and the Unicorn. A Historian’s Testament.
75521: BUCHAN (PREFACE) / MARQUESS OF DOUGLAS & CLYDESDAL / M’INTYRE, D. F. : - The Pilot's Book of Everest. Preface byThe Lord Tweedsmuir, (John Buchan).
78124: BUCHAN, JOHN; - Greenmantle. Illustrated by Nick Hardcastle.
78881: BUCHANAN, ROBERT: - North Coast and Other Poems With Illustrations,... Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel. Signed by the Author.
74029: BUCKLEY, VERONICA: - Christina Queen of Sweden. The restless life of a European Eccentric.
76884: BUCKMAN, PROFESSOR; DICKER, C.W.H. (EDITORS); - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Volumes 1 - 100.
76358: BUCKMAN, PROFESSOR; DICKER, C.W.H. (EDITORS); - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Antiquarian Field Club. Complete Set of 32 Volumes. Volumes I - XXXII.
76396: (102) BUCZACKI, STEFAN: - Garden Natural History. (New Naturalist 102)
65229: BUDD, MAVIS: - So Beautiful. My Grandmother’s natural beauty creams, lotions and remedies.
63074: BUHRER, ALBERT: - Rosetta A Sequence of Sonnets and Other Poems. Signed dedicated copy.
68539: BULLEN, FRANK T.: - The Log of a Sea-Waif. Being recollections of the first four years of my sea life. With eight illustrations. Fifth impression.
55627: BULLOCK, ALAN (ED): - The Faces of Europe.
64642: BULWER-LYTTON, EDWARD: - Kenelm Chillingly His adventures and opinions. In three volumes.
70048: BUNTING, R.H. (ED): - Proceedings Of The Dorset Natural History & Archaeological Society. Vol 65. From January 1st to December 31st, 1943.
77858: BUNYAN, JOHN; OFFOR, GEORGE; - The Works of John Bunyan. With an Introduction to each Treatise, Notes, and a Sketch of His Life, Times & Contemporaries. In Three Volumes.
78056: BUNYAN, J; MOULE, REV. H.; PAGET, W.; - The Pilgrim's Progress. With an Introduction by the Lord Bishop of Durham. Illustrated by Walter Paget.
65860: BUNYARD, EDWARD: - The Anatomy of Dessert. Signed, limited edition.
73437: BURCKHARDT, JACOB: - Reflections on History. Translated by M.D.H.
75123: BURGESS, ALAN; - The County Books. Warwickshire.
60795: BURGESS, ALAN: - The County Books. Warwickshire.
46929: BURGESS, G.H.MICHAEL: - The Chronicles of Clapham (Clapham Common). Being a selection from the reminiscences of Thomas Parsons, sometime member of the Clapham Antiquarian Society; ......and an introduction & sundry additions in the form of appendices by G. Burgess.
48630: BURGOIN, GILLIAN: - Guide to the WEIMARANER.
78718: BURGON, JOHN WILLIAM: - Lives of Twelve Good Men. J.M. Routh, H. J. Rose, C. Marriott, E. Hawkins, S. Wilberforce, R. L. Cotton, R. Greswell, H. O. Coxe, H. L. Mansel, W. Jacobson, C. P. Eden, C. L. Higgins. In Two Volumes. Second Edition.
73233: BURKE, JOHN: - Roman England.
78159: BURKHOLDER: GROUT: PALISCA: - History of Western Music.
77039: BURLAND, C.A.: - Magic Books From Mexico. With an Introduction and Notes on the Plates by C.A.Burland.
78561: (BURNE-JONES) BELL, MALCOLM: - Sir Edward Burne-Jones. A Record & Review.
52451: BURNETT, DAVID - A DORSET CAMERA 1914 – 1945
73438: BURNETT, DAVID: - The Cranborne Chase. A Novel.
72172: BURNETT, DAVID: - Dorset 1900-1999. The Twentieth Century in Photographs. Signed copy.
70641: BURNETT, DAVID / COMRIE, JULIAN: - Dorset The County in Colour. Photographs by Julian Comrie, text by David Burnett. Signed copy.
55511: BURNETT, DAVID: - A Dorset Camera. 1914-1945.
67239: BURNS, GEORGE: - Living it Up. or They Still Love Me in Altoona!
78249: BURT, W. P.: TROTTER, W. P.: - Battleships of the Grand Fleet. A Pictorial Review of the Royal Navy’s Capital Ships in World War One.
69702: BURT, R.A.: - British Battleships. 1919-1939.
57392: BURTON, SIR RICHARD: - Love, War and Fancy. The Customs and Manners of the East from writings on the Arabian Nights. Edited and Introduced by Kenneth Walker.
74073: BURTON, ANTHONY: - Josiah Wedgwood. A biography.
53628: BURTON, S. H.: - The Regions of Britain: The West Country.
70025: BURWASH, DOROTHY: - English Merchant Shipping 1460 - 1540.
64939: BURY, T.E.: - Architecture. Rudimentary Architecture for the Use of Beginners and Students. The Styles of Architecture of Various Countries from the earliest to the present period, with illustrative engravings. Eleventh edition with numerous additional engravings. Weale’s Scientific and Technical Series.
73770: BUSH, DOUGLAS: - English Literature in the Earlier Seventeenth Century 1600-1660. The Oxford History of English Literature. Second Edition revised.
75264: BUSHBY, JOHN R.; - Air Defence of Great Britain.
56964: BUSSEY, FREDERICK: - Winchester Cathedral 1079-1979.
50477: BUTCHER, CHARLES HENRY: - Armenosa of Egypt. A Romance of the Arab Conquest.
78639: BUTCHER, S.H.: LANG, ANDREW: - The Odyssey of Homer Rendered into English Prose by S.H. Butcher & Andrew Lang. Illustrated after Drawings by W. Russell Flint.
77719: (29) BUTLER , C.G: - The World of the Honeybee. (The New Naturalist 29).
47592: BUTLER, SAMUEL / FARLEIGH, JOHN (ILLS.): - The Way of all Flesh.
78388: BUTLER, SAMUEL: - An Atlas of Antient Geography. New edition, Re-Engraved, With Corrections. Edited by the Author’s Son.
73390: BUTLER, R.J. (ED): - Cartesian Studies.
77623: BUTLER, GEORGE WILLIAM; - Here and Hereafter; or, Life, Death and Eternity. An Exposition of the First Part of the Narrative of The Rich Man and Lazarus.
71027: BUTLER, SAMUEL: - Hudibras. Written in the Time of the Late Wars. Corrected and Amended With Several Additions and Annotations.
78983: BUTLER, ARTHUR G.: FROHAWK, F.W.: - British Birds With their Nests and Eggs. In Six Volumes. Illustrated by F.W. Frowhawk.
73767: BUTT, JOHN: - The Mid-Eighteenth Century. The Oxford History of English Literature. Volume VIII. Edited and Completed by Geoffrey Carnall.
78298: BUTTINGER, JOSEPH: - The Smaller Dragon. A Political History of Vietnam.
77135: BUXTON, EDWARD NORTH; - Epping Forest. (Verderer). Fourth Edition Revised. With new chapters on forest management, geology of the district, prehistoric man and the ancient fauna, entomology, pond life, and fungi of the forest.
77289: BUXTON, E.NORTH: - Short Stalks: Or Hunting Camps North, South, East, and West. With Numerous Illustrations. Second Edition.
77702: BUXTON, JOHN: - The Redstart. (2) (The New Naturalist Monograph).
50286: BY THE AUTHOR OF LOTHAIR ( DISRAELI ) - - Endymion.
77981: BY A DRINKER: - A Book About Beer.
47198: BY OLD MOTHER GIPSY: - The Art of Hand-Reading.
48974: BYATT, A.S.: - The Virgin in the Garden.
48976: BYATT, A.S.: - Babel Tower.
79023: BYFORD-JONES W: - Shropshire Haunts of Mary Webb. (By the author of “Both sides of the Severn”).
74366: BYRNE, ED; - Ed Byrne’s Racing Year
77907: CABLE, MILDRED AND FRENCH, FRANCESCA: - The Story of Topsy. Little Lonely of Central Asia.
76387: (123). CABOT, DAVID; NISBET, IAN; - Terns. (The New Naturalist 123.)
75471: CADBURY, DEBORAH; - Chocolate Wars. From Cadbury to Kraft - 200 Years of Sweet Success and Bitter Rivalry. SIGNED.
50718: CALDER-MARSHALL, ARTHUR: - Havelock Ellis. A biography.
76762: CALDER, RITCHIE; - Men Against The Frozen North
76296: CALDWELL, DONALD L.; - JG26 Top Guns of The Luftwaffe.
72896: CALTHROP, DION CLAYTON: - English Costume 1066 - 1830. Painted and described by Dion Clayton Calthrop.
74617: CALVERLEY, CHARLES STUART; - Verses & Translations. With an Introduction by Owen Seaman. ‘Red Letter Library.’
55738: CALVIN, HENRY: - The Poison Chasers.
52582: CAM, HELEN M. - Liberties & Communities In Medieval England
77891: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS; - The Holy Bible Containing The Old and New Testaments: Translated out of the Original Tongues; and with the Former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised by His Majesty’s Special Command (Prince James.) In Two Volumes.
74370: CAMERON, E.WALLER: - The Valley of the Silent Loch. Illustrated from photographs by Amy N.Cameron. Second edition.
76791: CAMERON, IAN: - Antarctica: The Last Continent
72675: CAMPBELL-KEASE, JOHN: - A Companion to Local History Research.
55130: CAMPBELL, K. M.: - Honours of War.
61944: CAMPBELL, SHELAGH: - Resident Alien. An Englishwoman in New York and Washington 1939-43.
78534: CAMPION, P.: - A Recent History of Hampshire Wiltshire Dorset Fully Illustrated. Published for Subscribers Only. “Ten Guineas Per Copy.” Limited Numbered Edition.
76036: CANNON, RICHARD: - Historical Record of The Thirty-Ninth, or the Dorsetshire Regiment of Foot: Containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1702, and of its subsequent services to 1853.
70543: CANTOR, LEONARD (ED): - The English Medieval Landscape.
77640: CARLYLE, THOMAS: - Critical and Miscellaneous Essays: Collected and Republished. Four Volumes In Two.
75195: CAROE, W. D.; - King’s Hostel Trinity College, Cambridge. Cambridge Antiquarian Society Quarto Publications. New Series. No. II. With Plans and Illustrations. An Examination of the History of King’s Hall with Special Reference to the Ancient Buildings Recently Disclosed.
73286: CARPENTER, S.C.: - Duncan-Jones of Chichester.
67225: CARR, DIANE: - Paths & Patios. Made Simple.
68787: CARRERS, T.: - Pleaskin Head, Antrim. (Pliskin Head). Original engraving with later hand colouring.
79110: CARROLL, LEWIS: - The Hunting of the Snark. An Agony in Eight Fits. With Nine Illustrations by Henry Holiday.
78968: CARROLL, LEWIS: - Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. And Through The Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There. With 92 B&W and 8 Colour Illustrations by John Tenniel.
78817: CARROLL, LEWIS: - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking Glass. Two Volumes. With Dustwrappers. Illustrations by John Tenniel.
76431: CARROLL, LEWIS / FURNISS, HARRY (ILL.): - Sylvie & Bruno.
73218: CARSON, CIARAN: - The Tain. A new Translation of the Old Irish Epic, Tain Bo Cuailnge.
75509: CARTER, G. GOLDSMITH; - Looming Lights. A True Story of the Lightships. Introduced by Sir G. Callender.
71877: CARTER, GEOFFREY: - The Royal Navy at Portland Since 1845.
70706: CARTER, KENNETH: - Dorset Collection. A Catalogue of Books in Dorset County Library.
77425: CARY, JOHN: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DERBYSHIRE. A Map of Derbyshire, From the Best Authorities.
78584: CARY, J.: - Hampshire. Original Antique Hand Coloured Engraved Map of Hampshire. With distances to London at bottom.
76828: CARY, JOHN; - Original Engraved Hand Coloured Map of Shropshire
76084: CARY, JOHN; - The North Part of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Plate I. Original Antique Hand-Coloured Engraved Map.
45043: CARY, JOHN: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. From Cary’s “New and Correct English Atlas”. Exhibiting all the Direct and principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, and most considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, navigable Canals, etc.;
69395: CARY, JOHN: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF HAMPSHIRE. From Cary’s “New and Correct English Atlas”. Exhibiting all the Direct and principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, and most considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, navigable Canals, etc.;
77424: CARY, JOHN: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE. A New Map of Dorsetshire Divided into Hundreds, Exhibiting it’s Roads, Rivers, Parks, etc.
77936: CARY, G. & J.; - Original Engraved Map of Dorsetshire.
77955: CARY, JOHN; BOSWELL, E.; - ANTIQUE ORIGINAL COLOURED ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE. Corrected by Mr. E. Boswell.
69462: CASAGRANDE, PETER J.: - Unity in Hardy’s Novels. ‘Repetitive Symmetries’. Signed and dedicated.
77622: CASSAN, REV. STEPHEN HYDE: - Lives and Memoirs of the Bishops of Sherborne and Salisbury, From The Year 705 to 1824. Three Parts in One Volume.
78887: CASSELL, JOHN: - The Illustrated Exhibitor and Magazine of Art. Collected from The Various Departments of Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, History, Biography, Art-Industry, Manufactures, Inventions and Discoveries, Local and Domestic Scenes, Ornamental Works, etc etc. January to December 1852. In Two Volumes.
70038: CASTLEDEN, RODNEY: - The Knossos Labyrinth. A new view of the ‘Palace of Minos’ at Knossos. Illustrated by the Author.
72875: CASTOR, HELEN: - Blood and Roses. The Paston Family in the Fifteenth Century.
74688: CATLOW, AGNES; - Popular Conchology; Or, The Shell Cabinet Arranged. Being An Introduction to The Modern System of Conchology. With a sketch of the natural history of animals, an account of the formation of shells, and a complete descriptive list of the families and genera.
76454: CAVALIERO, GLEN; - John Cowper Powys: Novelist.
75892: CAVAN, EARL OF; - With The Yacht, Camera, and Cycle in the Mediterranean.
68648: CAVE, LYNDON F.: - The Smaller English House. Its History and Development.
75227: CAVENDISH, GEORGE; - The Life and Death of Thomas Wolsey the Great Cardinal of England.
77057: CECIL; - Hunting Tours Descriptive of Various Fashionable Countries and Establishments with Anecdotes of Masters of Hounds and Others Connected with Foxhunting. The Second Edition, With Four Illustrations.
78054: CELIERE, PAUL; HOEY; LILLIE; - The Startling Exploits of Dr. J. B. Quies. From the French of Paul Celiere by Mrs. Cashel Hoey and Mr. John Lillie. With One Hundred and Twenty Illustrations.
70099: CHACKSFIELD, K.MERLE: - Smuggling Days.
75978: CHAFIN, WILLIAM: - Anecdotes and History of Cranborne Chase. Introduction by Desmond Hawkins. SIGNED.
72858: CHAFIN, WILLIAM: - Anecdotes and History of Cranborne Chase. Introduction by Desmond Hawkins. SIGNED.
77278: CHALMERS, ALEXANDER; - The Spectator; A New Edition, Carefully Revised, In Six Volumes: With Prefaces Historical and Biographical.
50673: CHAMBERLAIN, SIR AUSTEN: - Seen in Passing. Foreword by Lady Chamberlain.
76357: CHAMBERS, E; REES, ABRAHAM; - Cyclopaedia: Or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences. Containing an Explanation of the Terms, and an Account of the Several Subjects, in the Liberal and Mechanical Arts, and the Sciences, Human and Divine. Intended as a Course of Ancient and Modern Learning. With the Supplement, and Modern Improvements incorporated in one Alphabet, by Abraham Rees. ‘New Edition’. IN FOUR VOLUMES.
78735: CHAMBERS'S - Chambers’s Encyclopaedia. A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge. New Edition. In Ten Volumes.
74263: CHAMBERS, JOHN - A General History of Malvern, embellished with plates, intended to comprise all the advantages of a Guide, With the more important details of Chemical, Mineralogical and Statistical Information.
76740: CHANCELLOR, E. C. (ED.); - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. From January 1st to December 31st, 1932. Volume LIV. (54)
76741: CHANCELLOR, E. C. (ED.); - Proceedings of the Dorset Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club. From January 1st to December 31st, 1933. Volume LV. (55)
78239: CHANDLER, MARJORIE ELIZABETH JANE: - The Lower Tertiary Floras of Southern England. With an Atlas of 34 plates and 54 figures in the text. In Five Volumes.
78749: CHANDLER, DAVID (ED): - Robert Parker and Comte de Merode-Westerloo. The Marlborough Wars. Military Memoirs. SIGNED.
69807: CHANDLER, JOHN: - Wessex Images.
58644: CHANDLER, JOHN: - Wessex Images.
54183: CHAPMAN, W.G.: - Loco's of "The Royal Road" : a New Railway Book for Boys of All Ages.
69455: CHAPMAN, GUY: - Vain Glory. A miscellany of the Great War, 1914-1918, written by those who fought in it on each side and on all fronts. Edited with an introduction by Guy Chapman O.B.E., M.C.
78632: CHARLES REYNOLDS & CO.: - Album of Bournemouth Views. Entered at Stationers Hall.
72614: CHARLES HERBERT MAYO - Bibliotheca Dorsetiensis. Being a carefully compiled account of printed books and pamphlets relating to the History and Topography of the County of Dorset.
66533: CHARLES, ALAN: - The Isle of Wight Coastal Path. Foreword by David Bellamy.
49878: CHARLOT, GYONNE B: - Tea-Cup Fortune-Telling. With a Chapter on Mascots & Lucky Charms.
74322: CHARLOTTE BRONTE - Shirley Literature of Yesterday & To-day. (Introduction: May Sinclair)
55918: CHASE, JAMES HADLEY: - just a matter of time
68307: CHASE, BEATRICE: - Gorse Blossoms from Dartmoor. Sixth impression with six illustrations. Signed copy.
68331: CHEDZOY, ALAN: - A Scandalous Woman. The Story of Caroline Norton. Signed copy.
74685: CHEKHOV, ANTON - MCVAY, GORDON (TRANSL. & ED. BY) - Chekhov: A Life in Letters.
78120: CHEKHOV, ANTON: - The Shooting Party. Translated and Edited by Ronald Wilks, Illustrated by Francis Mosley.
75503: CHENEVIX TRENCH, CHARLES; - A History of Marksmanship.
54193: CHERADAME, ANDRE: - The Pangerman Plot Unmasked. Berlin's Formidable Peace-trap of "The Drawn War".
76804: CHERRY-GARRARD, APSLEY: - The Worst Journey in the World. Antarctic 1910-1913. One volume edition.
74236: CHESTERTON,G.K: - The Father Brown Stories. Two Volumes.
67232: CHESTERTON, GEORGE / DOGGART, HUBERT: - Oxford and Cambridge Cricket. Introduction by E.W.Swanton.
74362: CHEVIOT, ANDREW; - Proverbs, Proverbial Expressions and Popular Rhymes of Scotland Collected and arranged with introduction, notes and parallel phrases.
71909: CHILDE, V.GORDON / SIMPSON, W.DOUGLAS: - Illustrated Guide to Ancient Monuments in the ownership or guardianship of The Ministry of Works. Volume VI Scotland. Second impression with amendments.
72021: CHILVER, KATHLEEN M.: - Holdenhurst, Mother of Bournemouth. With Illustrations by the Author. Signed copy.
62151: CHILVERS, HEDLEY A.: - Out of the Crucible. "Being the romantic story of the Witwatersrand goldfields; and of the great city which arose in their midst." With sixteen drawings by William M. Timlin.
65827: CHITTENDEN, FRED.J.: - Dictionary of Gardening. The Royal Horticultural Society. A Practical & scientific Encyclopaedia of Horticulture. Ed.by F.J.Chittenden. Second edition by P.M.Synge:
78947: (CHOLERTON, P. & C.) JEFFERIES, RICHARD: - Under the Acorns. A Selection of Nature Essays. (SIGNED & LIMITED EDITION)
77511: CHOLMONDELEY-PENNELL, H.: - Salmon and Trout AND: Pike and Other Coarse Fish. Two volumes. With contributions from other authors. The Badminton Library.
78283: CHRISTIE, AGATHA; - Ordeal by Innocence Crime Club Choice.
79127: CHRISTOPHER SAXTON (RE-ENGRAVED LEA) - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSET.
79072: CHRYSTAL, GEORGE W.: - The Meditations of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antonius A New Rendering Based on the Foulis Translation of 1742.
75132: CHURCH, RICHARD: - The County Books. Kent.
63928: CHURCH, RICHARD: - Twenty-five Lyrical Poems from the hand of Richard Church. Signed limited edition.
78412: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Story of the Malakand Field Force. An Episode of Frontier War.
77659: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Second World War. The "Chartwell" Edition. Complete in Six volumes.
78315: CHURCHILL, WINSTON: - Lord Randolph Churchill. In Two Volumes.
78306: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Unknown War. The Eastern Front.
78309: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - Great Contemporaries.
77475: CHURCHILL, FLEETWOOD; - Outlines of the Principle Diseases of Females. Chiefly for the Use of Students.
76974: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S: - The Great War. Complete in 26 Fortnightly Parts.
74285: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - The Great War. Fully illustrated with photographs, drawings and maps. Three volumes.
75965: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - Great Contemporaries. (Biographical essays on 21 Great Men.)
78311: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S: - Step By Step. 1936-1939.
78307: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S: - Step By Step. 1936-1939.
78305: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: RANDOLPH S.: - Arms and The Covenant. Speeches by the Right Hon. Winston s. Churchill. Compiled by Randolph S. Churchill.
78314: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - India. Speeches and an introduction by The Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill.
54953: CHURCHILL, WINSTON S.: - Great Contemporaries. (Biographical essays on 21 Great Men.)
78713: (CICERO) CICERONIS, M.T.: - Orationes. Interpretatione & Notis illustravit P. Carolus de Merouville, Societatis Jesu, Jussu Christianissimi Regis, ad usum Serenissimi Delphini.
78977: CLARENDON, EDWARD EARL OF: DUNN MACRAY W.: - The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Re-Edited from a fresh collation of the original ms. in the Bodlean Lib. With marginal dates and occasional notes by W. Dunn Macray.
76125: CLARK, KENNETH: - Landscape into Art. Introduction by Will Gompertz.
73672: CLARK, LLOYD: - World War I. An Illustrated History.
71243: CLARK, LEONARD: - Sark Discovered. The Prospect of an Island. Being a literary and pictorial record of the island of Sark, wherein is portrayed her beauties and glories, and the true essence of her ancient being. With 16 pages of photographs by Charles Bollen Blore.
70148: CLARK, CATHERINE: - Ironbridge Gorge. English Heritage.
71312: CLARK, RONALD W.: - The Life of Bertrand Russell. Signed copy.
78181: CLARKE, MRS. HENRY: - A Trusty Rebel. Or, A Follower of Warbeck.
78651: CLARKE, HEWSON: - The History of the War, from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Present Time. Embellished with Beautiful Engravings.
69968: CLARKE, NIGEL J.: - From Hope’s Nose to St.Alban’s Head Dorset, Devon Shipwrecks.
71751: CLAXTON, WILLIAM J.: - The Mastery of the Air.
75069: CLAY, SAMPSON; - Present-Day Rock Garden Being A Complimentary Volume To Farrer's English Rock-Garden
55749: CLEARY, JOHN: - Ransom. A Scobie Malone story.
55916: CLEEVE, BRIAN: - The Dark Side of the Sun. A novel.
78602: CLEMENT XIV (GANGANELLI): - Lettres Interessantes du Pape Clément XIV (Ganganelli), (Letters of Pope Clement XIV) Traduites de l’Italien & du Latin; Seconde édition, Exactement revue, corrigée, et augmentée de la Traduction des Passages Latins, & d'une Table Alphabétique des Matieres. (Translated from Italian & Latin; Second edition, Exactly revised, corrected, and augmented by the Translation of the Latin Passages, and an Alphabetical Table of Contents.) In Three Volumes.
68085: CLEMENTS, PATRICIA / GRINDLE, JULIET (EDS): - The Poetry of Thomas Hardy. A Vision Critical Study.
75800: CLEW, K.R: - The Kennet & Avon Canal.
66957: CLIFFORD, FRANCIS: - The Naked Runner.
71226: CLOUGH: - Expansion of the British Empire.
73343: CLUNES, ALEC: - The British Theatre.
54227: CLUNN, H.P: - The Face of the Home Counties. Portrayed in a Series of 18 week-end drives from London.
73590: COBB, RICHARD: - Paris and its Provinces. 1792-1802.
73976: COBB, RICHARD: - French and Germans, Germans and French. A Personal Interpretation of France under Two Occupations 1914-1918 / 1940-1944.
73975: COBB, RICHARD: - Still Life. Sketches from a Tunbridge Wells Childhood.
78724: COBBETT, WILLIAM: - Rural Rides In the counties of Surrey, Kent, Sussex, Hants, Berks, Oxford, Bucks, Wilts, Somerset, Gloucester, Hereford, Salop, Worcester, Stafford, Leicester, Hertford, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Nottingham, Lincoln, York, Lancaster, Durham and Northumberland, during the Years 1821 to 1832. With Economical and Political Observations. A New Edition, with Notes, by Pitt Cobbett. Two volumes.
77240: COBBETT, WILLIAM: - Rural Rides An Abridgment with biographical Introduction by E. R. Chamberlain.
73560: COCHRANE, C.: - Poole Bay and Purbeck (1) 300 BC-AD 1600. (2) 1660-1920. two volumes.
75531: COCHRANE, IAN; - Jesus on a Stick
50209: COCHRANE, R.(COMPILED & SELECTED BY): - The Treasury of Modern Biography. A Gallery of Literary Sketches of Eminent Men and Women of the Nineteenth Century.
70108: COCHRANE, C.: - Poole Bay and Purbeck. 300 BC - AD 1660.
78010: COHEN-PORTHEIM, PAUL; - The Spirit of London. Revised by Raymond Mortimer. The British Heritage Series
52250: COHEN EDWIN - Birds of Hampshire and the Isle of Wight
77180: COKE, EDWARDO; - The First Part of the Institutes of the Law of England. In Three Volumes. Or, a Commentary upon Littleton; Not the name of the Author, but of the Law itself. The Fifteenth Edition, Revised Corrected, with further additions of notes, references, and proper tables by Francis Hargrave and Charles Butler. Including also the notes of Lord Chief Justice Hale and Lord Chancellor of Nottingham, and Analysis of Littleton written in 1658-9
74037: COLEMAN, LONNIE: - The Legacy of Beulah Land.
72810: COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR: - The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge including poems and versions of poems now published for the first time. Edited with textual and bibliographical notes by Ernest Hartley Coleridge. In two volumes. Vol I: Poems, Vol II: Dramatic Works and Appendices.
69341: COLERIDGE, HARTLEY: - Biographia Borealis; or the lives of distinguished northerners.
64934: COLES, MANNING: - The Three Beans. The twentieth Secret Service adventure of Thomas Elphinstone Hambledon of British Intelligence.
68971: COLES, J.M. / HARDING, A.F.: - The Bronze Age in Europe. An introduction to the prehistory of Europe c2000-700BC.
64921: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Under the Meteor Flag. The Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolutionary War.
75622: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Through Veld and Forest. An African Story. Illustrated by Arch. Webb.
78471: COLLINGWOOD, HARRY: - Through Veld and Forest. An African Story. Illustrated by Arch. Webb.
44926: COLLINS, WILLIALM: - Drafts & Fragments of Verse. Edited from the Manuscripts by J. S. Cunningham.
74992: COLLINS; - Graphic Stories of Kings. With Eight Illustrations in Colour and More in Black and White.
74021: COLLINS, LARRY: - Fall From Grace.
78149: COLLINS, WILLIAM; BLUNDEN, EDMUND; - The Poems of William Collins. Edited with an introductory essay by Edmund Blunden.
73288: COLLINS, IRENE: - Jane Austen and the Clergy.
73625: COLQUHOUN, KATE: - Mr.Briggs’ Hat. A Sensational Account of Britain’s First Railway Murder.
76578: COLVILLE, GEORGE M.; - Five Open Champions and the Musselburgh Golf Story. SIGNED by Author and Peter Alliss.
60765: COLVILLE, ROBERT: - The County Books. London, The Northern Reaches.
73339: COLWELL, STELLA: - The Family History Book. A Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors.
46446: COMER, M.J.: - Corporate Fraud.
67828: COMFORT, ELIZABETH MAXWELL: - Grizzly’s Little Pard.
55915: CONDON, RICHARD: - Arigato. A novel.
77741: CONDRY, W.M.: - The Snowdonia National Park. (The New Naturalist 47).
75526: (47) CONDRY, W.M.: - The Snowdonia National Park. (The New Naturalist 47).
78113: CONFUCIUS; LAU, D.C.; - Confucius, The Analects, Lun Yü. Translated with an Introduction by D. C. Lau. Preface by A. C. Grayling.
69502: CONNOLLY, JOSEPH: - P.G.Wodehouse. An Illustrated Biography. With complete bibliography and collectors guide.
68833: CONNOLLY, JOSEPH: - Children’s Modern First Editions Their Value to Collectors.
76941: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - The Mirror of The Sea. Memories and Impressions.
76942: CONRAD, JOSEPH: - The Shadow Line, A Confession. The Wayfarer’s Library.
74998: CONWAY, PETER; - Revised Proof.
78950: COOK, C. F.: - Another Book of Sussex Verse Signed.
78957: COOK, J.M., GARDINER, ALAN, GURNEY, O.M., AND SAGGS, H.W.F. - Empires of the Ancient Near East (The Hittites, The Babylonians, The Egyptians, The Persians, 4 Volume Set In Case)
74995: COOK, E. T.; - Trees & Shrubs for English Gardens.
78799: COOK, CAPTAIN JAMES: - A Voyage Towards The South Pole, and Round The World. Performed in His Majesty’s Ships The Resolution and Adventure, in the years 1772 - 1775. Written by James Cook, Commander of the Resolution. In Which is included, Captain Furneaux’s Narrative of His Proceedings in the Adventure, During the Separation of the Ships. In Two Volumes.
78648: COOK, JANE E: - The Sculptor Caught Napping. A Book for the CHildren's Hour.
76752: COOK, DR. FREDERICK A.; - My Attainment of the Pole. Being the Record of the Expedition that First Reached the Boreal Center 1907-1909. With the Final Summary of the Polar Controversy.
76696: COOK, SIR ALBERT R.; - Uganda Memories (18997-1940) Limited Numbered & Signed Edition.
76903: COOKE, M.C.: - A Plain and Easy Account of British Fungi. With especial reference to the Esculent and Economic Species. With coloured plates of thirty-four species and numerous woodcuts.
71123: COOKE, ROBERT: - Athelhampton.
77943: COOKE, GEO; PROUT, S.; - Weymouth Castle, Dorsetshire. Antique Hand Coloured Engraving, With a Historical Description.
77944: COOKE, GEO; PROUT, S.; ALLEN, J.C.; - Lulworth Cliffs, Dorsetshire. Antique Hand Coloured Engraving, With a Historical Description.
56442: COOKSON, G.M.: - The Dark Companion.
70754: COOLIDGE, OLIVIA: - Caesar’s Gallic War. With line decorations by William Stobbs.
75943: (COOPER, A. HEATON / TYNDALE, W.) LOCK, H.O.: - Dorset.
74457: COOPER, J. FENIMORE, - Homeward Bound: Or, The Chase. AND Eve Effingham; A Sequel To Homeward Bound. A Tale of The Sea. A New Edition. Two Volumes in One.
66742: COOPER, GEOFFREY: - Farnborough and the Fleet Air Arm. A History of the Naval Aircraft Department of the Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough Hampshire. Signed copy.
77724: CORBET, PHILLIP; BROOKS, STEPHEN; - Dragonflies. The New Naturalist (41.)
72865: CORDINGLY, DAVID: - Spanish Gold. Captain Woodes Rogers and the Pirates of the Caribbean.
76773: CORNER, GEORGE W.; - Doctor Kane of the Arctic Seas
67229: CORNWELL, PATRICIA: - Trace. The New Scarpetta Novel.
76160: CORNWELL, BERNARD; - The Grail Quest Series. Harlequin; Vagabond; & Heretic. Three Volumes.
70744: CORPE, HILDA R.: - Prisoner Beyond the Chindwin. With a foreword by Frank Owen.
77958: CORYATE, THOMAS - Coryat's Crudities To which are now added, His Letters from India, &c. and extracts relating to him, From Various Authors: being A more particular Account of his Travels (mostly on Foot) in different Parts of the Globe, than any hitherto published. Together with his Orations, Character, Death, &c.
67510: COSTAIN, THOMAS: - Below the Salt.
44515: ( COSTUME ) KOEHLER, CARL / VON SICHART, E. (ED.): - A History of Costume.
70535: COTTON, M.AYLWIN / GATHERCOLE, P.W.: - Excavations at Clausentum Southampton 1951-1954. Ministry of Works Archaeological Reports No.2.
73491: COULSTOCK, P.H.: - The Collegiate Church of Wimborne Minster. Studies in the History of Medieval Religion 5.
78755: COWAN, PETER: - Toy Knights “The Other 100 Years War.” SIGNED.
75157: COWARD, T.A; - Life of the Wayside & Woodland. When, Where, and What to Observe and Collect. A Handy Guide with descriptive Text.
79121: COWARD, T. A.; - Life of the Wayside & Woodland. When, Where, and What to Observe and Collect. A Handy Guide with descriptive Text.
73264: COWEN, PAINTON: - English Stained Glass. With 200 colour illustrations.
58617: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.18.
75413: COX, BERNARD; - Paddle Steamers.
69057: COX, J.CHARLES: - Pulpits, Lecterns, & Organs in English Churches. With 155 illustrations.
76992: COX, BENJAMIN G.; - The Book of Blandford Forum The Story of the Town’s Past.
58622: COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.32.
58621: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.29.
58620: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.27.
58618: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.19.
73617: COX, BEN: - Blandford Forum. A Pictorial History.
58615: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.16.
58616: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.17.
77927: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - The Wigmaker’s Art in the 18th Century. A Translation of the section on Wigmaking in the 3rd Edition (1776) of the Encylopedie of Denis Diderot & Jean D’Alembert.
73389: COX, MICHAEL: - The Glass of Time. The secret life of Miss Esperanza Gorst. Narrated by Herself.
72510: COX, MICHAEL: - The Cream of Noel Coward. Selected by Michael Cox. Illustrated by Helen Smithson. Preface by Graham Payne and Sheridan Morley.
58624: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - Two Dorset Ballads. C.1700.
58613: COX, J.STEVENS (ED): - Dorset of the Poets. 1622-1968.
58619: COX, J.STEVENS / COX, G.STEVENS (ED): - The Thomas Hardy Year Book. No.20.
74342: CRABB, GEORGE; - Universal Historical Dictionary. Or, Explanation of the Names of Persons and Places, in the departments of biblical, political, and ecclesiastical history, mythology, heraldry, biography, bibliography, geography and numismatics. Illustrated by Portraits and Medallic Cuts. TWO VOLUMES.
61650: (CRABBE): - The Poetical Works of the Rev.George Crabbe. With Letters and Journals, and Life. By his Son. In eight volumes.
78961: CRADOCK, MRS. H. C.: APPLETON, HONOR C.: - The Big Book of Josephine Pictured by Honor C. Appleton.
68790: CRAMB, J.: - Jaffa. Engraving taken from a photograph and printed in colour.

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