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8506: O - WOOD ENGRAVINGS FROM LA VIDA BREVE.
8880: COOK. CAPT. JAMES. ; ANDERSON. G. W. ABRIDGES. - VOYAGES ROUND THE WORLD PERFORMED BY CAPTAIN JAMES COOK F. R. S. By Royal Authority, Containing the Whole of His Discoveries in Geography, Navigation, Astronomy Etc. With Memoirs of His Life, and Particulars Relative to His Unfortunate Death. Embellished with engravings.
6980: SMITH. ADAM. - AN INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND CAUSES OF THE WEALTH OF NATIONS.
8683: SMITH. ADAM. - AN INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND CAUSES OF THE WEALTH OF NATIONS. With a life of the Author, Also a view of the doctrine of Smith, compared with that of the French Economists; with a method of facilitating the study of his works; from the French of M. Garnier.
9620: AESOP. ; L'ESTRANGE, SIR ROGER. - FABLES, OF AESOP. And Other Eminent Mythologists with Morals and Reflections.
7459: CHRISTIE. AGATHA. - TOWARDS ZERO.
9551: EINSTEIN. ALBERT. - RELATIVITY. The Special and the General Theory. A popular exposition. Translated by Robert W. Lawson. D.Sc.
9589: EINSTEIN. ALBERT. - RELATIVITY. The Special and the General Theory. A popular exposition. Translated by Robert W. Lawson. D.Sc.
5913: POPE. ALEXANDER. - THE RAPE OF THE LOCK. An heroi-comical poem.In five canto's.
3080: POPE.ALEXANDER. - THE WORKS.
7697: POPE. ALEXANDER. - THE RAPE OF THE LOCK. An heroi-comical poem. Adorned with plates.
9171: DOUGLAS. LORD ALFRED. - SONNETS.
7802: MUNNINGS. SIR ALFRED. - AN ARTIST'S LIFE.
8061: TENNYSON. ALFRED. - ENOCH ARDEN, Etc.
7761: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES.; POE. EDGAR ALLAN. - POE'S TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION.
7968: CLARKE. HARRY. ILLUSTRATES.; POE. EDGAR ALLAN. - TALES OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION.
5356: LAMARTINE. ALPHONSE DE. - A PILGRIMAGE TO THE HOLY LAND. Comprising recollections, sketches, and reflections, made during a tour in the East, in 1832-1833.
7152: ANDERSON. J. H. - THE FRANCO GERMAN WAR. July 15 - September 1, 1870.
9046: KIRKALDY. ANDRA. - FIFTY YEARS OF GOLF: MY MEMORIES. By Andra Kirkaldy of St. Andrews. Told to Clyde Foster.
9298: LANG. ANDREW. - BALLADS AND LYRICS OF OLD FRANCE. With Other Poems. - The Old World Series.
9651: BANNER. ANGELA. - ANT AND BEE AND THE DOCTOR. Book 11.
9508: ANGUS. W.(ILLIAM). - THE SEATS OF THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY IN GREAT BRITAIN AND WALES. In a collection of views, engraved by W. Angus. From pictures and drawings by the most eminent artists. With descriptions of each view.
7549: BEALE. ANNE. - SIMPLICITY AND FASCINATION. Or, Guardians and Wards.
8878: FRANK. ANNE. - THE DIARY OF A YOUNG GIRL. Translated from the Dutch by B. M. Mooyaart-Doubleday. With a foreword by Storm Jameson.
9386: ANON. (GLASCOCK. WILLIAM NUGENT). - NAVAL SKETCH-BOOK. Or, The Service afloat and ashore; with characteristic reminiscences, fragments and opinions. By an Officer of Rank.
8264: ANON. - A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF PROTESTS. From the Year M.DC.XLI. (1641) to the present year M.DCCC.XXXVII. (1737).
8644: ANON. (KEAT. MISS. ATTRIBUTED TO). - INFANTINE COMPLAINTS; or, rather, Complaints of Infants, and hints to Mothers.
7194: ANON. - A Hue and Cry After Part of a Pack of Hounds, Which broke out of Their Kennel in Westminster. To which is added, Modern Characters, By another Hand.
4038: ANON. - THE PRESENT STATE OF GERMANY. In two volumes.Giving an account of the Emperor and electors...The Prince of Orange...The superior nobility of the Empire....The natural History.......The civil and political state of the Empire........The moral state of the Empire........The whole brought down to the present year 1738,and interspersed with political remarks,&c.
7540: ANONYMOUS. - THE ROSE OF VALENCIA. By the Author of "Horace Vernon".
8495: CRUIKSHANK. ROBERT. ILLUSTRATES. ANONYMOUS. - BRIGHTON. A Comic Sketch.
7957: COOPER. JAMES FENIMORE. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - THE BRAVO. A Venetian Story. By the Author of The Pilot, The Borderers, The Water Witch, &c.
5723: SCOTT. WALTER. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - ROB ROY. By the author of Waverley,Guy Mannering and The Antiquary.
7898: CROKER. T. CROFTON. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - FAIRY LEGENDS AND TRADITIONS OF THE SOUTH OF IRELAND.
6682: GASKELL. MRS. ELIZABETH CLEGHORN. . ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - CRANFORD. By the Author of Mary Barton,Ruth, &c.
6733: DE QUINCEY. THOMAS. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM -EATER.
7081: POLEMON. JOHN. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - THE SECOND PART OF THE BOOKE OF BATTAILES. Fought in our age: Taken out of the best authors and writers in sundrie languages. Published for the profit of those that practice armes, and for the pleasure of such as love to be harmlesse hearers of bloudie broiles.
7208: BURY. LADY CHARLOTTE SUSAN MARIA. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - FLIRTATION. A Novel.
6509: GALE. NORMAN. R. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - ALL EXPENSES PAID.
7541: GILLIES. ROBERT PIERCE. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - BASIL BARRINGTON. And His Friends.
7547: BUTLER. ALFRED. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - MIDSUMMER EVE. A Tale.
7207: BURY. LADY CHARLOTTE SUSAN MARIA. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - THE SEPARATION. A Novel. By the Authoress of Flirtation.
3079: DAVY. SIR. HUMPHREY. ; PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - SALMONIA. Or days of fly fishing.In a series of conversations.With some account of the habits of fishes belonging to the genus Salmo.By An Angler.
8737: CRAIK. MRS. (NEE MULOCK, DINAH MARIA). PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. - JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN. ..... With a letter from the author. By the Author of "The Head of the Family" and "Olive".
9478: EARNSHAW. ANTHONY. - SEVEN SECRET ALPHABETS.
8201: POWELL. ANTHONY. - A QUESTION OF UPBRINGING.
9039: BURGESS. ANTHONY. - ENDERBY'S DARK LADY. Or No end to Enderby.
9265: POWELL. ANTHONY. - AGENTS AND PATIENTS.
3000: TROLLOPE.ANTHONY. - TRAVELLING SKETCHES. Reprinted from the Pall Mall Gazette.
9040: BURGESS. ANTHONY. - THE CLOCKWORK TESTAMENT. Or: Enderby's end.
8525: EARNSHAW. ANTHONY. - SEVEN SECRET ALPHABETS.
9163: TROLLOPE. ANTHONY. - THE CHRONICLES OF BARSETSHIRE. The Warden. Barchester Towers. Doctor Thorne. Framley Parsonage. The Small House at Allington. The Last Chronicle of Barset.
9037: BURGESS. ANTHONY. - ENDERBY OUTSIDE.
8873: TROLLOPE. ANTHONY. - AN EYE FOR AN EYE. Copyright Edition.
7346: REID. G. ARCHDALL. - THE PRINCIPLES OF HEREDITY. With some applications.
4153: ANON. ; RALPH. JAMES. ARCHITECT. . - A NEW CRITICAL REVIEW OF THE PUBLICK BUILDINGS,STATUES AND ORNAMENTS,IN AND ABOUT LONDON AND WESTMINSTER.. With some reflections on the use of sepulchral monuments;as also a scheme shewing the dimensions of St.Peter's Church at Rome and St.Paul's Cathedral at London;and a preface,being an essay on taste.To all which is added,an appendix,containing a dispute between the Weekly Miscellany and the Author;and a compleat alphebetical index.The second edition,corrected.
8545: SYMONS. ARTHUR. - CITIES AND SEA COASTS AND ISLANDS.
7671: BRYANT. ARTHUR. - KING CHARLES II.
8647: LEGGE. ARTHUR. E. J. - SOME SHORT POEMS.
9324: OPIE. IONA & PETER. ASSEMBLE. - THE OXFORD NURSERY RHYME BOOK. With additional illustrations by Joan Hassall.
7662: AUDEN. W. H. - EPISTLE TO A GODSON. & Other poems.
7361: AUDEN. W. H. - THE DANCE OF DEATH.
5069: DE MORGAN.AUGUSTUS. - AN ESSAY ON PROBABILITIES. And on their application to life contingencies and insurance offices.
8514: AUSTEN. JANE.; HAMMOND. CHRIS, ILLUSTRATES. - EMMA. With an introduction by Joseph Jacobs.
9004: KING. JESSIE M. ILLUSTRATES. ; GEMMELL. MARION. ---- SIGNED BY AUTHOR. - MUMMY'S BEDTIME STORY BOOK. BY MARION.
9389: TIPPING. H. AVRAY. - ENGLISH HOMES. Norman & Plantagenet; Early Tudor; Medieval & Early Early Tudor; Late Tudor & Early Stuart (2 volumes); Late Stuart; Sir John Vanbrugh & His School; Early Georgian; Late Georgian.
9267: RAND. AYN. - ATLAS SHRUGGED
3667: BELA. BALAZS. - A VANDOR ENEKEL.
5842: BALLANTYNE. R. M. - THE FLOATING LIGHT OF THE GOODWIN SANDS. A Tale.
8515: BARNETT. T RATCLIFFE. R. GEMMELL HUTCHINSON, R.S.A. ILLUSTRATES. - REMINISCENCES OF OLD SCOTS FOLK.
6039: ORCZY.BARONESS. - THE ELUSIVE PIMPERNEL.
8204: LYNDON. BARRÉ. - GRAND PRIX. Foreword by Earl Howe. Epilogue by Cecil Kimber.
9534: BARRIE. J. M. - PETER PAN. Or the boy who would not grow up.
8121: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES.; BARRIE. J. M. - PETER PAN IN KENSINGTON GARDENS.
8805: BARRIE. J. M. - PETER PAN. Or the boy who would not grow up.
6821: BARRIE. J. M. - PETER PAN. Or the boy who would not grow up.
7647: BARRIE. J. M. - PETER PAN. Or the boy who would not grow up.
9612: HALL. CAPTAIN BASIL. - ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TO THE WEST COAST OF COREA, AND THE GREAT LOO-CHOO ISLAND. With an appendix, containing charts, and various hydrographical and scientific notices. --- And a Vocabulary of the Loo-Choo language by H. J. Clifford, Esq.
8776: WARNER. REVEREND. RICHARD. OF BATH. - A WALK THROUGH SOME OF THE WESTERN COUNTIES OF ENGLAND.
8956: WARNER. REVEREND. RICHARD. OF BATH. - A TOUR THROUGH THE NORTHERN COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND THE BORDERS OF SCOTLAND.
3153: WEBB.SIDNEY AND BEATRICE. - ENGLISH POOR LAW HISTORY. Part II:The last hundred years.
7420: POTTER. BEATRIX. - THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT.
7420: POTTER. BEATRIX. - THE TALE OF PETER RABBIT.
7756: GREY. OWL.; PSEUDONYM OF ARCHIBALD BELANEY. - THE TREE.
4345: BIRNEY. DAVID BELL. - LIFE OF DAVID BELL BIRNEY, MAJOR GENERAL UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS.
8946: GRUENBERG. BENJAMIN. C. - THE STORY OF EVOLUTION. Facts and Theories on the Development of Life.
7306: BERESFORD. J. D. - THE HAMPDENSHIRE WONDER.
9663: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - ON GOING TO CHURCH.
7869: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA. Getting Married, & The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet.
7878: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE IRRATIONAL KNOT. Being the Second Novel of his Nonage.
7890: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - MR. MALLOCKS IDEALS. A letter by G. Bernard Shaw, Printed in The Times of February 5th, 1909, and reprinted for the Information of Members.
9170: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSION. A Novel.
8869: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - SAINT JOAN. A Chronicle Play in six scenes and an Epilogue.
9672: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - MAN AND SUPERMAN. A comedy and a philosophy.
8855: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE INTELLIGENT WOMAN'S GUIDE TO SOCIALISM AND CAPITALISM.
7881: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - PEACE CONFERENCE HINTS.
7864: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - DRAMATIC OPINIONS. And Essays by G. Bernard Shaw. Containing as well a word on the dramatic opinions and essays of G. Bernard Shaw by James Huneker. 2 volumes.
7891: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - A PLAN OF CAMPAIGN FOR LABOR. Fabian Tract no. 49.
7892: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE CASE FOR EQUALITY. An Address delivered by George Bernard Shaw at the Eighty Fifth dinner of the National Liberal Club, Political and Economic Circle. 1st May, 1913. Chairman: Arthur Ponsonby, M. P.
9392: FERGUSSON. BERNARD. - BEYOND THE CHINDWIN. Being an account of the adventures of Number Five Column of the Wingate expedition into Burma, 1943. ---- With a forward by Field-Marshall The Viscount Wavell. Viceroy of India.
7894: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE DYING TONGUE OF GREAT ELIZABETH. A reprint from an article in the Saturday Review, February, 1905. To which is added a pootnote by William Poel.
7863: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THREE PLAYS FOR PURITANS. The Devil's Disciple, Ceasar and Cleopatra, & Captain Brassbound's Conversation.
9317: DARWIN. BERNARD. - A FRIENDLY ROUND.
7854: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - MISALLIANCE. With a Treatise on Parents & Children.
7896: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE ART OF REHEARSAL. A Private letter to an Irish colleague in response to a request for advice and information. Though not intended for publication it is too useful to be lost, and is reproduced here with Mr. Shaw;s permission.
7867: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE AUTHOR'S APOLOGY. From Mrs Warren's Profession by Bernard Shaw. With an introduction by John Corbin.
7858: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - JOHN BULL'S OTHER ISLAND. Home Rule Edition.
7866: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE ADMIRABLE BASHVILLE. Or, Constancy Unrewarded: Being the Novel of Cashel Byron's Profession done into a stage play in Three Acts and in Blank Verse.
7856: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THREE PLAYS FOR PURITANS. The Devil's Disciple, Ceasar and Cleopatra, & Captain Brassbound's Conversation.
7877: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - PLAYS : PLEASANT AND UNPLEASANT . The First Volume containing the three Unpleasant Plays. : The Second Volume containing the four Pleasant Plays.
7874: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - IMPRISONMENT. Issued by the Department of Christian Social Service of the National Council of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
7851: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - COMMON SENSE ABOUT THE WAR. A Supplement to The New Statesman. A weekly review of Politics and Literature. Volume IV. No.84. Saturday, November 14, 1914.
7857: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - MAN AND SUPERMAN.
7870: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - JOHN BULL'S OTHER ISLAND AND MAJOR BARBARA. Also How He Lied to Her Husband.
7871: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - HOW HE LIED TO HER HUSBAND. Bound with. The Admirable Bashville.
7879: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - NOVELS OF HIS NONAGE NO.4: CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSION. Newly revised.
7855: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE COMMON SENSE OF MUNICIPAL TRADING. 2 copies.
9664: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - WIDOWERS' HOUSES. A Comedy. First Acted by the Independent Theatre in London.
7882: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - MISALLIANCE. The dark Lady of the Sonnets, and Fanny's First Play. With a Treatise on Parents & Children.
7853: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - SAINT JOAN. A Chronicle Play in six scenes and an Epilogue.
7888: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - EXTRACTED FROM PROCEEDINGS OF THE MUSICAL ASSOCIATION. Thirty Seventh Session, 1910-1911.
7889: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - SOCIALISM AND SUPERIOR BRAINS. A reply to Mr. Mallock. Fabian Tract no. 146.
7895: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - THE UNPROTECTED CHILD AND THE LAW.
7837: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. - STATEMENT OF THE EVIDENCE IN CHIEF OF GEORGE BERNARD SHAW... Before the Joint - Committee on Stage Plays (Censorship and Theatre Licensing).
9682: RUSSELL. BERTRAND. - A CRITICAL EXPOSITION OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF LEIBNIZ. With an appendix of leading passages.
7688: RUSSELL. BERTRAND. - HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY. And its connection with political and social circumstances from the earliest times to the present day.
9499: BIBLE. - 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 command.Appointed to be read in Churches.
9087: BIBLE. FITTLER. JAMES, ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOLY BIBLE. Ornamented with Engravings by James Fittler crom celebrated pictures by Old Masters. The letter press by Thomas Bensley.
9111: CHURCHILL. WINSTON S. ; COSWAY STYLE BINDING. - MY EARLY LIFE. A Roving Commission.
8926: FINE HAND TOOLED IRISH CRAFT BINDING. - ALBUM OF TRAVEL AND EXPLORATION MATERIAL. Printed and Mss.
7274: HADFIELD. JOHN. COMPILES.; ZAEHNSDORF BINDINGS. - A BOOK OF JOY. + A BOOK OF BEAUTY. + A BOOK OF DELIGHTS. An Anthology of Words and pictures compiled by John Hadfield.
8543: PROHIBTION COCKTAIL BOOK. - AMERICANA. Eight Cocktail Napkins, Hand Blocked, with Recipes and the Histories of Eight Famous Drinks.
8819: BABY BOOK. - FINE LEATHER BOUND BABY BOOK.
7805: BOOK BOX. - SECRET BOX MADE OUT OF A HOLLOWED OUT FINE LEATHER BINDING. La Voix Du Pasteur. Tome second.
9624: PICASSO. PABLO. -- BRASSAÏ. (HALÁSZ, GYULA). - Unpublished typescript with manuscript corrections. --- Un apres-midi avec Picasso 85 ans. (An Afternoon with Picasso at 85).
9134: PEAKE. MERVYN. ILLUSTRATES. ; GRIMM. THE BROTHERS. - HOUSEHOLD TALES BY THE BROTHERS GRIMM.
5065: BUCKLAND. A. C. - LETTERS ON THE IMPORTANCE, DUTY AND ADVANTAGES OF EARLY RISING. Addresses to Heads of Families, the Man of Business, the Lover of Nature, the Student, and the Christian.
7546: BURBURY. MRS. - FLORENCE SACKVILLE. Or, Self Dependence: An Autobiography.
8352: BURKE. JOHN. & J. BERNARD BURKE, ESQ. - ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF HERALDRY. Or General Armory of England, Scotland, and Ireland, comprising A registry of all Armorial Bearings from the earliest to the present time, including the late Grants by the College of Arms. By John Burke, Esq. Author of the Peerage and Baronetage, History of the Commoners, Etc. And John Bernard Burke, Esq. Of the Middle Temple, Barrister at Law. Third edition, with a supplement.
7630: SHELLEY. PERCY BYSSHE. - POEMS OF SHELLEY. Selected and arranged by Stopford A. Brooke.
6913: SHELLEY.PERCY BYSSHE. - THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS. Edited by Thomas Hutchinson.The Oxford Edition.
7374: SHELLEY. PERCY BYSSHE. - THE POEMS. Two volumes. --1. The Dramatic Poems. -- Volume 2. The Lyrical Poems and Translations. Both volumes Arranged in chronological order with a Preface by C. H. Herford.
7371: SHELLEY. PERCY BYSSHE. - POEMS AND LYRICS.
8874: SHELLEY. PERCY BYSSHE. - POEMS OF SHELLEY. Selected and arranged by Stopford A. Brooke.
6034: CUSHING.CALEB. - THE TREATY OF WASHINGTON. Its negotiation,execution,and the discussions relating thereto.
7530: CALVERLEY. C. S. - THE COMPLETE WORKS. With a biographical notice by Sir Walter J. Sendall, G.C.M.G. Governor of British Guiana.
7465: CASTANEDA. CARLOS. - THE EAGLE'S GIFT.
7479: CASTANEDA. CARLOS. - A SEPARATE REALITY. Further Conversations with Don Juan.
9544: CARROLL. LEWIS. ; ROSS, ALICE. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
1051: CARROLL, LEWIS. - THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. an Agony of Eight Fits.
1147: CARROLL, LEWIS. - THE RECTORY UMBRELLA & MISCHMASCH.
5335: CARROLL.LEWIS.; HUDSON, GWYNEDD,M. ILLUSTRATES; - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
6754: CARROLL.LEWIS.; HUDSON,GWYNEDD,M.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
8116: CARROLL. LEWIS.; HUDSON, GWYNEDD M. ILLUSTRATES - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
6568: CARROLL, LEWIS.; SEWELL.BYRON.ILLUSTRATES. - THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK.
154: CARROLL, LEWIS. - THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK.
4446: CARROLL.LEWIS.; HUDSON, GWYNEDD,M. ILLUSTRATES; - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
8903: WOODHAM SMITH. CECIL. - FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE. 1820 - 1910.
8261: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA. MIGUEL DE. ANTONIO CARNICERO, JOSEPH CASTILLO, BERNARDO BARRANCO, JOSEPH BRUNETE, GERONIMO GIL, AND GREGORIO FERRO, ILLUSTRATE. - EL INGENIOSO HIGALDO DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHA. Nueva Edicion Corregida por La Real Academia Espanola.
8662: DICKENS. CHARLES. - BARNABY RUDGE. A Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty.
8127: DICKENS. CHARLES. - THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. With Illustrations.
6552: DICKENS .CHARLES. - THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB.
6570: DICKENS. CHARLES. - COMPLETE WORKS.
7228: DICKENS. CHARLES. - OLIVER TWIST. Or, The Parish Boy's progress.
8762: BAUDELAIRE. CHARLES. - SELECTED POEMS. With translations by Geoffrey Wagner and an introduction by Enid Starkie.
8277: DICKENS. CHARLES. - THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. With Illustrations by Phiz.
7544: ROSS. CHARLES. - A PRIVATE INQUIRY. A novel.
9669: LAMB. CHARLES. - THE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB. In Two Volumes.
6638: WALTON.IZAAK.; COTTON.CHARLES. - THE COMPLETE ANGLER.
8744: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. ; DICKENS. CHARLES. - A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
7215: HUGHES. THOMAS.; DICKENS. CHARLES. - TOM BROWNS SCHOOL DAYS. By An Old Boy. Bound with. NOVELS AND TALES reprinted form Household Words. Copyright edition vol. V.
8850: LYELL. CHARLES. - PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY. Being an enquiry how far the former changes of the Earth's surface are referable to causes now in operation. In four Volumes.
7513: DARWIN. CHARLES. - THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES. By means of natural selection.
7514: DARWIN. CHARLES. - THE DESCENT OF MAN. And Selection in relation to sex.
8884: ROBINSON. WILLIAM. HEATH. ; KINGSLEY. CHARLES. - ORIGINAL SIGNED PEN AND INK DRAWING. Published Artwork for the Water Babies. Title; "What art Thou, and what dost Thou want? Cried the Old Dame.".
9593: DICKENS. CHARLES. - THE MYSTERY OF EDWIN DROOD. With Illustrations.
8648: LAMB. CHARLES. - THE WORKS. A New Edition.
8541: DICKENS. CHARLES. - AMERICAN NOTES FOR GENERAL CIRCULATION.
8182: CHAPLIN. CHARLIE. - MY WONDERFUL VISIT.
8645: ELLIS. THE HON. CHARLOTTE. - THE TRUE AND ROMANTIC HISTORY OF WILLIAM PIGG, ESQUIRE. M. P. FOR HAM(P)SHIRE. Or life's burlesque in black and white, by the Hon. Charlotte Ellis. The poetical accompaniment by the Rev. H. A. Martin, M.A.
5180: PANKHURST.CHRISTABEL. - THE GREAT SCOURGE AND HOW TO END IT.
9316: KING. JESSIE M. ILLUSTRATES BINDING. ; ANDERSEN. HANS CHRISTIAN. - FAIRY TALES.
8851: ROSSETTI. CHRISTINA G. - A PAGEANT And other poems.
6441: ISHERWOOD.CHRISTOPHER. - GOODBYE TO BERLIN.
6873: ISHERWOOD.CHRISTOPHER. - SALLY BOWLES.
9377: CHURCHWARD. W(ILLIAM) . B(ROWN). - BLACKBIRDING IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC. Or, The first White Man on the Beach.
5507: LONGMAN. C. J. & WALROND. COL. H. - ARCHERY. The Badmington Library of sports and pastimes.
9327: PHILLIPS. SAMUEL. COLLECTS. - ESSAYS FROM THE LONDON TIMES. A collection of personal and historical sketches. First and Second series.
7698: PANORAMA.; HAND COLOURED. - Panorama of the Kings and Queens of England from William the Conquerer to Queen Victoria.
7949: DOYLE. ARTHUR CONAN. - THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES. Another adventure of Sherlock Holmes.
9498: DOYLE. ARTHUR CONAN. - SHERLOCK HOLMES. THE COMPLETE SHORT STORIES. + THE COMPLETE LONG STORIES. His Adventures. Memoirs. Return. His last Bow & The Case Book. + A study in Scarlet. The sign of four. The Hound of the Baskervilles. The Valley of fear.
9566: DOYLE. ARTHUR CONAN. - THE WORKS. The White Company; Micah Clarke; The Refugees; Rodney Stone; The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes; The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes; A Study in Scarlet and The Sign of Four; The Great Shadow and Uncle Bernac; A Duet with an Occasional Chorus; Tragedy of the Korosko and the Green Flag; The Stark-Munro Letters and Round the Red Lamp; and The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard.
8137: DOYLE. ARTHUR CONAN. - SHERLOCK HOLMES. THE COMPLETE SHORT STORIES. His Adventures. Memoirs. Return. His last Bow & The Case Book.
8960: DOYLE. ARTHUR CONAN. - THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES.
7398: BAINES. EDWARD.; WHATTON. W. R. CONTRIBUTES. - THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTY PALATINE AND DUCHY OF LANCASTER. The biographical department by W. R. Whatton.
8208: CLARKE. JOHN COOPER. - DIRECTORY 1979.
8198: CLARKE. JOHN COOPER. - DIRECTORY 1979.
4561: SHERWOOD.MRS M.M.B.; GUMUCHIAN COPY. - THE LITTLE WOODMAN. And his little dog caeser.
4559: ANON. CHISWICK PRESS. ; GUMUCHIAN COPY. - MEMOIRS OF DICK.. The Little Pony;Intended for the instruction and amusement of little masters and misses.Supposed to be written by himself.
4557: ANON. ; GUMUCHIAN COPY. - THE BASKET OF FLOWERS. Or piety and truth triumphant.
4556: ANON. ; GUMUCHIAN COPY. - RUTH ELMER. A tale for school girls.
7057: MCCARTHY. CORMAC. - ALL THE PRETTY HORSES. ---- THE CROSSING. ---- CITIES OF THE PLAIN. The Border Trilogy.
7918: MCCARTHY. CORMAC. - ALL THE PRETTY HORSES. ---- THE CROSSING. ---- CITIES OF THE PLAIN. The Border Trilogy.
9258: JOHNSON. CROCKETT. - HAROLD AND THE PURPLE CRAYON.
3675: CROWFOOT. J. W. - CHURCHES AT BOSRA AND SAMARIA-SEBASTE. British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem. Supplementary paper 4. Free to subscribers to the british School of Archaeology in Jerusalem or to the Palestine exploration Fund.
7692: CRUIKSHANK. GEORGE. ILLUSTRATES. ; ANON, (E. BERENS). - CHRISTMAS STORIES. Containing John Wildgoose the Poacher, The Smuggler, and Good-Nature, or Parish matters.
1165: CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE . ILLUSTRATES. ; SMEDLEY, FRANCIS EDWARD. - FRANK FAIRLEGH. OR SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF A PRIVATE PUPIL.
9251: CUMMINGS. E. E. - CHRISTMAS TREE.
8958: CUMMINGS. E. E. - THE ENORMOUS ROOM. With and introduction by Robert Graves.
9587: BEAUMONT. CYRIL. W. - THE HISTORY OF HARLEQUIN. With a preface by Sacheverell Sitwell. A cover design and decorations by Claudia Guercio and Illustrations from contemporary sources.
9378: ABSE. DANNIE. - IN EXTRA TIME.
9343: DARWIN. BERNARD, AND ELINOR. - TOOTLEOO TWO.
5923: LLOYD.DAVID. - EIKON BASILIKE.[Greek transliterated]. Or,the true Pourtraiture of his Sacred Majestie Charls the II.In Three Books.Beginning from his Birth 1630,unto this present year,1660.Wherein is interwoven a Compleat History of the High-born Dukes of York and
7859: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. PREFACES.; DAVIES. W. H. - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A SUPERTRAMP.
9199: VALLE. PIETRO DELLA. - THE TRAVELS OF Sig. PIETRO DELLA VALLE, A Noble Roman, into East India and Arabia Deserta. In which, the several Countries, together with the Customs, Manners, Traffique, and Rites both Religious and Civil, of those Oriental Princes and Nations, are faithfully Described: In Familiar Letters to his Friend Signior Mario Schipano. Whereunto is Added A Relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the East-Indies.
7901: PIGOU. A. C.; ROBERTSON. DENNIS. H. - ECONOMIC ESSAYS AND ADDRESSES.
3461: B. B. ; WATKINS-PITCHFORD. DENYS. - BRENDON CHASE.
8270: CAMERON. D. Y. RINDER. FRANK. DESCRIBES. - AN ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF HIS ETCHED WORK. With introductory essay & descriptive notes on each plate by Frank Rinder.
4171: DETMOLD.E.J. - TWENTY FOUR NATURE PICTURES BY E.J.DETMOLD. Produced in facsimile.Edition of First Proofs limited to 500 copies and signed by the artist.
6082: DICKENS. CHARLES.; CATTERMOLE. GEORGE, AND BROWNE, HABLOT. ILLUSTRATE. - MASTER HUMPHREY'S CLOCK.
7961: VERVE. -- HAND PAINTED BINDING BY GAYLEN HANSEN.; TERIADE. E. DIRECTOR. - VERVE. An artistic and Literary Quarterly. Volume one, Numbers three and four. October -December 1938, & January - March 1939.
7529: MEREJCOVSKI. DMITRI. - THE ROMANCE OF LEONARDO DA VINCI. Translated from the Russian by Bernard Guilbert Guerney and Illustrated with 100 reproductions of the work of Leonardo Da Vinci selected and arranged by J. B. Neumann.
6673: SMITH.DODIE. - THE HUNDRED AND ONE DALMATIONS. Illustrated by Janet and Anne Grahame - Johnstone.
8862: DONLEAVY. J. P. - THE SADDEST SUMMER OF SAMUEL S.
7835: PEARSALL. DORA. W. - THE STORY OF FOUR LITTLE SABOTS.
6117: SIDNEY. SIR PHILIP. ; STANLEY. DOROTHY. MRS. - ARCADIA, MODERNIZED BY MRS STANLEY.
3210: ADAMS.DOUGLAS. - SO LONG,AND THANKS FOR ALL THE FISH. The Hitch Hikers` Guide to the Galaxy 4.
9661: DULAC. EDMUND. ILLUSTRATES. ; FITZGERALD, EDWARD. RENDERS INTO ENGLISH VERSE. - RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM.
8527: (COCHRANE). THOMAS. TENTH EARL OF DUNDONALD. - THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A SEAMAN.
7416: COWARD. NOEL.; BEATON. CECIL. ILLUSTRATES THE DUSTWRAPPER. - QUADRILLE. A Play in three acts.
7313: THOMAS. DYLAN. - TWENTY FIVE POEMS.
8499: BLATCHFORD. MARY EDGCUMBE. - THE STORY OF LITTLE JANE AND ME. By M. E. --- & --- POLLY AND THE AUNT. By The Aunt. The Dedication copy.
8990: GATOR. SIR GEORGE. -- GODFREY. WALTER H. EDIT. - THE STRAND. (The Parish of St. Martin in the fields, Part II). Survey of London. Volume 18.
8991: GATOR. SIR GEORGE. -- GODFREY. WALTER H. EDIT. - TRAFALGAR SQUARE AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. (The Parish of St. Martin in the fields, Part III). Survey of London. Volume 18.
7085: OPIE. IONA & PETER. EDIT. - THE OXFORD DICTIONARY OF NURSERY RHYMES.
7831: DICKENS. CHARLES.; EXTRA ILLUSTRATED EDITION. - THE POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB. With Illustrations by R. Seymour; R. W. Buss; Hablot K. Browne (Phiz); and J. Leech.
8220: KING JAMES BIBLE. THE STANDARD EDITION. - THE HOLY BIBLE. Containing the Old and New testaments: Newly 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.
9057: MURRAY. JAMES. A. H. EDITS. - OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY. A New English Dictionary on Historical Principles; Founded Mainly on the Materials Collected by The Philological Society.
8568: LAWRENCE. T. E.; GARNETT. DAVID. EDITS. - THE LETTERS OF T. E. LAWRENCE.
7240: EVELYN. JOHN.; BRAY. WILLIAM. EDITS. - MEMOIRS, ILLUSTRATIVE OF THE LIFE AND WRITINGS OF JOHN EVELYN, Esq. F.R.S. Author of the Sylva, &c. Comprising his Diary from the year 1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters. To which is subjoined , The Private Correspondence
5188: PHILLIPS. E. MARCH. ; BOLTON. ARTHUR. T. EDITS. - THE GARDENS OF ITALY. With historical and descriptive notes.
9582: QUILLER-COUCH. ARTHUR. CHOOSES AND EDITS. - THE OXFORD BOOK OF BALLADS.
8947: QUILLER COUCH. SIR ARTHUR. ; CHOOSES AND EDITS. - THE OXFORD BOOK OF ENGLISH VERSE. 1250-1900.
9065: VALE. V. EDITS. - SEARCH & DESTROY. Complete set of original issues 1 to 11. All published. 1977-1979.
5195: VARIOUS AUTHORS AND ARTISTS.; TAMBIMUTTU.MEARY JAMES THURAIRAJAH.EDITS. - FESTSCHRIFT FOR KATHERINE FALLEY BENNETT. Micro dot book no.1.
4450: HAMILTON.COUNT ANTHONY.; GOODWIN.GORDON.EDITS. - MEMOIRS OF COUNT GRAMMONT.
7523: LEINSTER. MURRAY. EDITS. - GREAT STORIES OF SCIENCE FICTION.
8930: CUNARD. NANCY. EDITS. - NEGRO ANTHOLOGY. Made by Nancy Cunard. 1931-1933. ---- With: Milton Howard. Some facts about the Scottsboro case.
8768: PERRY. MARK. EDITS. - SNIFFIN GLUE. Volumes 1 to 12.
8889: CHAUCER. GEOFFREY. ; URRY. JOHN. EDITS. - THE WORKS OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER. Compared with the former editions and many valuable MSS, out of which, Three Tales are added which were never before printed; By John Urry, student of Christ-Church, Oxon. deceased: together with a Glossary by a student of the same College. To the whole is prefixed the Author's life, newly written, and a preface, giving an account of this edition.
7774: GREVILLE. CHARLES C. F.; REEVE. HENRY. EDITS. - THE GREVILLE MEMOIRS. A Journal of the reigns of George IV, and King William IV. 1818 -1837. --- A Journal of the reign of Queen Victoria. 1837 - 1860. 3 works in 8 volumes, complete.
8503: EVELYN. JOHN.; BRAY. WILLIAM. EDITS. - DIARY AND CORRESPONDENCE OF JOHN EVELYN, Esq. F.R.S. Author of the Sylva. To which is subjoined, The Private Correspondence between King Charles I. and Sir Edward Nicholas and between Sir Edward Hyde and Sir Richard Browne. Edited from the original Mss at Wotton by William Bray. New Edition, Corrected, Revised and enlarged.
3647: AMICIS.EDMONDO DE. - SPAIN AND THE SPANIARDS. Translated from the tenth Italian edition by Stanley Rhoads Yarnell.
5327: FERRIER. SUSAN EDMONSTONE. - THE INHERITANCE. By the Author of The Marriage.
8664: SPENSER. EDMUND. - THE FAERY QUEEN. Edited from the best editions. With Memoir, Notes and Glossary.
5353: SHERWOOD.ROBERT EDMUND.(BOB). - HERE WE GO AGAIN. Recollections of an old Circus Clown.
8274: SPENSER. EDMUND. - THE FAERIE QUEENE. Edited from the original editions of 1590 and 1596 with an Introduction and Glossary by Kate M. Warren.
9394: PAOLOZZI. EDUARDO. - UNDERGROUND DESIGN. Folio X. Introductory essay by Peter Cook, Conversations between Eduardo Paolozzi and Alvin Boyarsky, and script by Eduardo Paolozzi.
7783: FREEMAN. EDWARD. A. - SICILY. Phoenician, Greek & Roman.
5890: POYNTER.EDWARD.J. - LECTURES ON ART.
6413: CRANKSHAW.EDWARD. - JOSEPH CONRAD. Some aspects of the art of the novel.
7004: LEAR. EDWARD. - VIEWS IN THE SEVEN IONIAN ISLANDS. Drawn from nature and on stone.
8301: GIBBON. EDWARD. - THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS OF EDWARD GIBBON, ESQUIRE. With memoirs of his life and writings, composed by himself: Illustrated from his letters, with occasional notes and narrative, by John Sheffield.
6675: BYSSHE. EDWARD. - THE ART OF ENGLISH POETRY. Containing;1 Rules for making Verses. 11.A dictionary of rhymes.111. A collection of the most natural, agreeable, and sublime thoughts, viz.Allusions, similes, descriptions and characters, of persons and things; that are
7528: GILLIAT. EDWARD. - HEROES OF THE INDIAN MUTINY. Stories of Heroic Deeds, Intrepidity, and Determination in the face of fearful odds during the great mutiny.
5068: CRUIKSHANK. GEORGE. ILLUSTRATES. ; SMEDLEY. FRANCIS EDWARD. - FRANK FAIRLEGH. OR SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF A PRIVATE PUPIL.
5629: O' DUFFY. EIMAR. - THE WASTED ISLAND.
6694: CANETTI.ELIAS. - CROWDS AND POWER. Translated from the German by Carol Stewart.
8816: BRENT DYER. ELINOR. M. - JANE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL.
8789: ELIOT. T. S. - OLD POSSUM' S BOOK OF PRACTICAL CATS.
7980: ELIOT. T. S. - POEMS.
3716: PETERS.ELLIS. - DEATH MASK.
9081: PROUST. MARCEL. ; MONCRIEFF. C. K. SCOTT. TRANSLATES INTO ENGLISH. - REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS PAST. (A la Recherche du Temps Perdu). Swann's way; Within a budding grove; The Guermantes way; Cities of the Plain; The Captive; The Sweet cheat gone; Time Regained... With Etchings by Philippe Jullian.
6880: BAGNOLD.ENID. - NATIONAL VELVET.
8895: GILL. ERIC. - CATALOGUE OF DRAWINGS & ENGRAVINGS BY ERIC GILL. Alpine Club Gallery. 5th to 14th May A. D. 1918.
8896: GILL. ERIC. - TWENTY FIVE NUDES. With an introduction by Eric Gill.
8893: GILL. ERIC. - ART & LOVE.
7936: HEMINGWAY. ERNEST. - TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT.
7705: TIDYMAN. ERNEST. - SHAFT AMONG THE JEWS. A Novel.
9150: HEMINGWAY. ERNEST. - WINNER TAKE NOTHING.
7971: HEMINGWAY. ERNEST. - THE FIFTH COLUMN. And the First Forty-Nine stories..
7533: HEMINGWAY. ERNEST. - ACROSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TREES.
4349: HEMINGWAY.ERNEST. - ACROSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TREES.
6416: HEMINGWAY.ERNEST. - ACROSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TREES.
6572: HEMINGWAY.ERNEST. - ACROSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TREES.
3489: HEMNGWAY.ERNEST. - A FAREWELL TO ARMS.
9283: SHACKLETON. SIR ERNEST. - SOUTH. The story of Shackleton's last expedition 1914-1917.
7464: HEMINGWAY. ERNEST. - ACROSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE TREES.
8912: ATGET. EUGENE. - ATGET PHOTOGRAPHE DE PARIS. Preface par Pierre Mac-Orlan.
9420: WAUGH. EVELYN. - MEN AT ARMS TRILOGY. - Men at Arms. -- Officers and Gentlemen. -- Unconditional surrender.
9421: WAUGH. EVELYN. - SCOOP. A Novel about Journalists.
9248: WAUGH. EVELYN. - BLACK MISCHIEF.
8791: WAUGH. EVELYN. - HELENA. A Novel.
8686: WAUGH. EVELYN. - BLACK MISCHIEF.
9168: WAUGH. EVELYN. - A TOURIST IN AFRICA.
9618: WAUGH. EVELYN. - VILE BODIES.
9668: WAUGH. EVELYN. - A HANDFUL OF DUST.
8281: WAUGH. EVELYN. - MEN AT ARMS TRILOGY. Men at Arms. -- Officers and Gentlemen. -- Unconditional surrender.
6660: WAUGH. EVELYN. - MEN AT ARMS TRILOGY. Men at Arms. -- Officers and Gentlemen. -- Unconditional surrender.
8098: WAUGH. EVELYN. - THE ORDEAL OF GILBERT PINFOLD. A conversation piece.
3644: FAINLIGHT.RUTH., HUGHES.TED.; SILLITOE.ALAN. - POEMS.
9645: FARNIE. D. A. ( CHURCHILL. WINSTON S. ). - CHURCHILL: WHAT THE PAPERS SAY. - THE RICHES OF THE RYLANDS. - JOHN RYLANDS OF MANCHESTER. Brochure for Churchill exhibition, Prospectus of John Rylands Research Institute, and First edition of Farnie biography.
8917: FORSTER. E. M. - ALEXANDRIA. A History and Guide.
6210: AL-YAZDI. HAJI ABDU. PSEUDONYM OF.; BURTON. SIR RICHARD FRANCIS. - THE KASIDAH. Couplets, of Haji Abdu Al-Yazdi. A lay of the Higher law. Translated and annotated by his friend and Pupil, F. B.
5645: GUINGAND.SIR FRANCIS DE. - OPERATION VICTORY.
8799: KAFKA. FRANZ. - THE TRIAL. Translated from the German by Edwin and Willa Muir.
8826: KAFKA. FRANZ. - THE METAMORPHOSIS. Translated by A. L. Lloyd.
8446: WARDE. FREDERIC. - PRINTERS ORNAMENTS. Applied to the Composition of Decorative Borders, Panels and PatternS.
4262: MARRYAT. CAPTAIN FREDERICK. - MASTERMAN READY; Or, The Wreck of the Pacific.. Written for young people.
8092: MAUGHAM. W. SOMERSET.; HYDE. ULRICA. ILLUSTRATES FRONTISPIECE. - THE JUDGEMENT SEAT.
4813: LEROUX. GASTON. - BALAOO. Translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos.
8553: GATTY. MRS. ALFRED. C. W. COPE, P. H. CALDERON, W. HOLMAN HUNT, W. MILLAIS, OTTO SPECKTER, G. THOMAS AND E. WARREN. ILLUSTRATE. - PARABLES FROM NATURE.
8627: HILL.GEOFFREY. - SOMEWHERE IS SUCH A KINGDOM. Poems. 1952-1971.
9415: ORWELL. GEORGE. - NINETEEN EIGHTY FOUR.
8856: ORWELL. GEORGE. - DOWN AND OUT IN PARIS AND LONDON.
7812: RAINBIRD. GEORGE. - AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO WINE.
6556: SAUNDERS.HILARY ST. GEORGE. - THE LEFT HANDSHAKE. The Boy Scout movement during the war.1939-1945.
8519: SAINTSBURY. GEORGE. - NOTES ON A CELLAR - BOOK.
9555: BRANNON. GEORGE. - VECTIS SCENERY. (Isle of Wight). Being a series of original and select views, exhibiting the picturesque beauties, local peculiarities, and places of particular interest in The Isle of Wight, drawn from nature and Engraved by George Brannon, many years resident in Newport. To which are prefixed, a copious topographical description and the general tours of the Island, embracing every information in the least degree useful to Strangers. -- New edition, corrected up to the year 1825.
7171: BANCROFT.GEORGE. - THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES. From the discovery of the American Continent to the Declaration of Independence.
9662: ORWELL. GEORGE. - ANIMAL FARM. A fairy story.
9660: ORWELL. GEORGE. - ANIMAL FARM. A fairy story.
5894: ADAMSON.GEORGE. - FINDING 1 TO 10.
8954: ORWELL. GEORGE. - ANIMAL FARM. A fairy story.
7051: STAUNTON. SIR GEORGE. - An Authentic Account of an Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China. Including Cursory Observations made, and Information obtained, in travelling through that Ancient Empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary.
9275: STEIN. GERTRUDE. - WHAT ARE MASTERPIECES. An Opera to be sung. Introduction by Carl Van Vechten.
7082: STEIN. GERTRUDE. - FOUR SAINTS IN THREE ACTS. An Opera to be sung. Introduction by Carl Van Vechten.
8108: GOBLE. WARWICK. ILLUSTRATES.; BASILE. GIAMBATTISTA. - STORIES FROM THE PENTAMERONE.
6028: GILBERT.W.S. - THE BAB BALLADS......MORE BAB BALLADS. Much sound and little sense.
9374: GOLDSMITH. DR. (OLIVER). - THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND. From the earliset times to the death of George the Second. New Edition.
8284: GRACE. W. C. - CRICKET.
8354: GREENE. GRAHAM. - THE COMEDIANS.
9225: SWIFT. GRAHAM. - LAST ORDERS.
3411: GREENE. GRAHAM. - THE COMPLAISANT LOVER. A comedy.
9345: SUTHERLAND. GRAHAM. - SKETCHBOOK.
8053: THUCYDIDES...ARNOLD. THOMAS. EDITS. GREEK TEXT. - THE HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR. By Thucydides. The text according to Bekker's edition, with some alterations. Illustrated with Maps, taken entirely from actual surveys. With notes, chiefly historical and geographical, by Thomas Arnold, D. D. Headmaster of Rugby School and late fellow of Oriel College Oxford.
5854: JAMES.GREENWOOD. - WILD SPORTS OF THE WORLD. A boy's book of natural history and adventure.
9018: ROBINSON. WILLIAM HEATH. ILLUSTRATES. ; ANDERSEN. HANS. - HANS ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES.
6688: MACMILLAN.HAROLD. M.P. - RECONSTRUCTION. A plea for a national policy.
9346: NOCKOLDS. HAROLD. - THE MAGIC OF A NAME.
3365: BROWNE. GORDON. ILLUSTRATES. ; DARTON. F. J. HARVEY. - THE MERRY TALES OF THE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM.
7351: SHAKESPEARE. WILLIAM. ; HATHERELL. W(ILLIAM). R. I. - ROMEO AND JULIET. Shakespeare's Tragedy of.
7469: ROBINSON. WILLIAM HEATH. - MY LINE OF LIFE.
4447: CARROLL.LEWIS.; OXENBURY.HELEN. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
5638: BANNERMAN. HELEN. - THE STORY OF LITTLE BLACK SAMBO.
5487: HENDERSON.W.A. - THE HOUSEKEEPER'S INSTRUCTOR. Or universal Family Cook.Being a full and clear display of the Art of Cookery in all its branches....To which is added,The Complete Art of Carving,Illustrated with engravings.
9063: NICHOLSON. WILLIAM. ILLUSTRATES. ; HENLEY. W. E. - LONDON TYPES. Quatorzains by W. E. Henley.
7972: NICHOLSON. WILLIAM. ILLUSTRATES.; HENLEY. W. E. - LONDON TYPES. Quatorzains by W. E. Henley.
3058: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES.; IBSEN. HENRIK. - PEER GYNT.
8580: IBSEN. HENRIK. - HEDDA GABLER. Skuespil I Fire Akter.
8875: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. ; IBSEN. HENRIK. - PEER GYNT.
7410: JAMES. HENRY. - CONFIDENCE.
9167: BAERLEIN. HENRY. - HERE ARE DRAGONS. A Novel.
1581: FIELDING. HENRY. - THE NOVELS.
9032: COTTON. T. HENRY. - GOLF. Being a short treatise for the use of young people who aspire to proficiency n the Royal and Ancient game. With a foreword by Bernard Darwin and a new preface by the Author.
8590: SAVAGE - LANDOR. A. HENRY. - ACROSS UNKNOWN SOUTH AMERICA.
8212: MAXWELL. SIR HERBERT. - BRITISH FRESH WATER FISHES. With Twelve Coloured plates including twenty-two figures from photographs.
3033: BELLOC. HILLAIRE. - THE HAUNTED HOUSE.
9250: BURNETT. FRANCIS HODGSON. - A LITTLE PRINCESS. Being the whole story of Sara Crewe now told for the first time. With illustrations in colors by Ethel Franklin Betts.
7914: ROSE. J. HOLLAND. - WILLIAM PITT AND NATIONAL REVIVAL.
8303: HOMER. ; T. E. SHAW (COLONEL T. E. LAWRENCE), TRANSLATES, ANONYMOUSLY. - THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER. Newly translated into English Prose.
8079: HOMER. ; T. E. SHAW (COLONEL T. E. LAWRENCE), TRANSLATES, ANONYMOUSLY. - THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER.
8824: BALZAC. HONORE DE. - TEN DROLL TALES.
8504: HORATIUS. (HORACE). - QUINTUS HORATIUS FLACCUS.
8883: TRINITY HOUSE. - THE ROYAL CHARTER OF CONFIRMATION. Granted by His Most Excellent Majesty King James II to the Trinity-House of Deptford Strond; for the Government and Increase of the Navigation of England, and the relief of poor Mariners, their Widows, and Orphans, etc.
6618: POLLARD.MAJOR HUGH B.C. - THE SPORTSMAN'S COOKERY BOOK.
7974: JOHNSON. HUGH. - THE WORLD ATLAS OF WINE. A complete guide to the Wines and Spirits of the world.
1111: HUGHES, TED. ; BATTYE, CHRIS. - I WAS SICK OF FOOTBALL.
4204: THOMPSON. HUNTER. S. - HELLS ANGELS. A strange and Terrible saga.
7977: THOMPSON. HUNTER. S. - THE RUM DIARY. The Long Lost novel.
8435: MCEWAN. IAN. - SATURDAY.
7033: FLEMING. IAN. - OCTOPUSSY and THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS.
8794: FLEMING. IAN. - THE SPY WHO LOVED ME.
8104: FLEMING. IAN. - THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN.
9140: RANKIN. IAN. - THE FLOOD.
8992: BLACKMORE. R. D. ; BROCK. CHARLES E. & BRITTAIN. CHARLES E. ILLUSTRATE - LORNA DOONE. A Romance of Exmoor. The Dulverton Edition.
7509: BLACKMORE. R. D.; BROCK. CHARLES E. & BRITTAIN. CHARLES E. ILLUSTRATE - LORNA DOONE. A Romance of Exmoor. The Dulverton Edition.
8672: AUSTEN. JANE.; C. E. BROCK & HUGH THOMSON. ILLUSTRATE. - THE NOVELS. Five Volumes. Sense and Sensibility; Pride and Prejudice; Mansfield Park; Emma; Northanger Abbey/Persuasion.
7928: LAMB. CHARLES.; DALZIEL BROTHERS. ILLUSTRATE. - TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE. Designed for the use of Young People.
9320: BEWICK. THOMAS & JOHN. ILLUSTRATE. - SELECT FABLES. With Cuts, Designed And Engraved By Thomas And John Bewick, And Others, Previous To The Year 1784: Together With A Memoir; and a descriptive Catalogue Of The Works Of Messrs. Bewick.
7024: CARROLL. LEWIS.; KIRK. M. L. AND TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATE. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With twelve full page illustrations in color by M. L. Kirk and forty two illustrations by John Tenniel.
7749: AUSTEN. JANE.; C. E. BROCK & HUGH THOMSON. ILLUSTRATE. - THE NOVELS. Five Volumes. Sense and Sensibility; Pride and Prejudice; Mansfield Park; Emma; Northanger Abbey/Persuasion.
7319: BUNYAN. JOHN.; SELOUS. H. C. ; M. PAOLO PRIOLO. & D. H. FRISTON. ILLUSTRATE. - THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. & THE HOLY WAR 1st work; From this world to that which is to come. With notes by The Rev. Robert Maguire. 2nd work; A true relation of The Holy War made by King Shaddai upon Diabolus. and a Life of Bunyan by the Rev.
7318: BUNYAN. JOHN.; RHEAD BROTHERS. ILLUSTRATE. - THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, From this world to that which is to come. With an introduction by The Rev. H. R. Haweis.
9067: MILNE. A. A. ; SHEPARD. ERNEST. H. ILLUSTRATES. - WINNIE THE POOH.
8195: CLARKE. JOHN COOPER. ; MAGUIRE. STEVE. ILLUSTRATES. - TEN YEARS IN AN OPEN NECKED SHIRT. And Other Poems. Original Manuscript and typescipts.
6529: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. ; ROBINSON. CHARLES. ILLUSTRATES. . - A CHILD`S GARDEN OF VERSES.
8180: GRAHAME. KENNETH.; SHEPARD. ERNEST. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS.
9619: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. With a preface by George Saintsbury.
7689: BARRIE. J. M.; BEDFORD. F. D. ILLUSTRATES. - PETER AND WENDY.
8685: DOWSON. ERNEST.; BEARDSLEY. AUBREY. ILLUSTRATES. - THE POEMS OF ERNEST DOWSON. With a memoir by Arthur Symons. Four illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley and a portrait (frontis) by William Rothenstein.
3845: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.--And--THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS,AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
8650: CRANE. WALTER. ILLUSTRATES. - JACK, DICK AND BOB, THE THREE JACKDAWS, FROM HURSTMONCEAUX. A true story for Children.
8124: TWAIN. MARK.; ROCKWELL. NORMAN. ILLUSTRATES. - THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER. --- & --- THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN
7910: SIEVEKING. LANCE. WRITES.; BRUGUIERE. FRANCIS. ILLUSTRATES. - BEYOND THIS POINT.
8227: DICKENS. CHARLES. BROWNE. H. K. (PHIZ) ILLUSTRATES. - DOMBEY AND SON.
6774: DULAC.EDMUND.ILLUSTRATES. - STORIES FROM THE ARABIAN NIGHTS. Retold by Laurence Housman.
9494: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. With a preface by George Saintsbury.
9422: BURNETT. FRANCIS HODGSON. -- ROBINSON. CHARLES. ILLUSTRATES. - THE SECRET GARDEN.
8229: ROTHFELD. OTTO. DHURANDHAR. M. V. ILLUSTRATES. - WOMAN OF INDIA.
7661: CHARLES. H. R. H. PRINCE OF WALES.; CASSON. SIR HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE OLD MAN OF LOCHNAGAR.
9059: DULAC. EDMUND. ILLUSTRATES. - THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. Rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald
9382: STOKES. ADRIAN. --- PIPER. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - VENICE.
7789: MILNE. A. A.; E. H. SHEPARD. ILLUSTRATES. - COMPLETE SET OF WINNIE THE POOH FIRST EDITIONS. Four Volumes; When We were very young; Winnie the Pooh; Now We are Six; The House at Pooh Corner.
9473: AUSTEN. JANE. ; BROCK. CHARLES. E. ILLUSTRATES. - PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
8793: DAHL. ROALD. ; SCHINDELMAN. JOSEPH. ILLUSTRATES. - CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY. and CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELEVATOR. The further adventures of Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka chocolate-maker extraordinary.
7354: DE LA MARE. WALTER.; CANZIANI. ESTELLA. ILLUSTRATES. - SONGS OF CHILDHOOD. New Edition.
8798: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - EMMA. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
9019: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. ; ROBINSON. CHARLES. ILLUSTRATES. - A CHILD`S GARDEN OF VERSES.
5349: MILNE. A. A. ; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - WHEN WE WERE VERY YOUNG.
9148: MILNE. A. A. ; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.
9031: MARTHOLD. J. DE. TEXT. -- JOB. (PSEUDONYM OF JACQUES MARIE GASTON HUMPHREY DE BREVILLE). ILLUSTRATES. - LE GRAND NAPOLEON, des petits Enfans.
7394: GASKELL. MRS. ELIZABETH CLEGHORN.; HASSALL. JOAN. ILLUSTRATES. - CRANFORD.
7393: GASKELL. MRS. ELIZABETH CLEGHORN.; BROCK. H. M. ILLUSTRATES. - CRANFORD.
7391: GASKELL. MRS.; HUGH THOMSON. ILLUSTRATES. - CRANFORD.
7392: GASKELL. MRS.; HUGH THOMSON. ILLUSTRATES. - CRANFORD.
8598: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS.; HOLE. W. B. ILLUSTRATES. - KIDNAPPED. Being memoirs of the Adventures of David Balfour in the year 1751.
9648: BELLOC. HILLAIRE. ; BLACKWOOD. BASIL. ILLUSTRATES. - CAUTIONARY TALES FOR CHILDREN. Verses by H. Belloc. Pictures by B. T. B.
8731: WHITE. GILBERT. ; NEW. EDMUND. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE NATURAL HISTORY OF SELBORNE. Edited with notes by Grant Allen.
8773: DULAC. EDMUND. ILLUSTRATES. - THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. Rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald
7827: HOME. GORDON.; MEMPES. MORTIMER. ILLUSTRATES. - FRANCE.
7823: DULAC. EDMUND.; WRITES AND ILLUSTRATES. - LYRICS PATHETIC & HUMOROUS, FROM A TO Z.
6337: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.--And--THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS,AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
4747: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.--And--THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS,AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
9175: KEATS. JOHN. ; BELL. ROBERT ANNING. ILLUSTRATES. - POEMS.
8359: TROLLOPE. ANTHONY. THOMPSON. HEBER. ILLUSTRATES. - BARCHESTER TOWERS.
8547: SHAKESPEARE. WILLIAM. THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES - AS YOU LIKE IT. Shakespeare's Tragedy of.
9470: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - MANSFIELD PARK. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
8125: MELVILLE. HERMAN.; ROBINSON. BOARDMAN. ILLUSTRATES. - MOBY DICK. Or, The Whale. With an introduction by Clifton Fadiman.
9443: RABELAIS. -- ROBINSON. WILLIAM HEATH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WORKS OF MR. FRANCIS RABELAIS. ---With original Artwork. Doctor in Physick. Containing five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his sonne Pantagruel.
5081: SHAY.FRANK.EDITS.; WILSON.EDWARD A. ILLUSTRATES. - DEEP SEA SHANTIES.Old Sea Songs.
6942: RYAN.JOHN.; WRITES AND ILLUSTRATES. - CAPTAIN PUGWASH AND THE HUGE REWARD. A tale of smuggling in the ancient Town of Sinkport.
3721: RAYMOND.GEORGE.; CRUIKSHANK.GEORGE.ILLUSTRATES. - MEMOIRS OF ROBERT WILLIAM ELLISTON.COMEDIAN. Extra illustrated edition.
1617: DE QUINCEY.THOMAS.; BOYLE.STUART. ILLUSTRATES. - REVOLT OF THE TARTARS. Or flight of the Kalmuck Khan & his people from the Russian territories to the frontiers of China.
3572: DICKENS.CHARLES.; ARDIZZONE.EDWARD.ILLUSTRATES. - THE SHORT STORIES OF CHARLES DICKENS. Selected and introduced by Walter Allen.
3841: DICKENS. CHARLES. ; BROWNE. H. K. ILLUSTRATES. - DOMBEY AND SON.
6510: DICKENS. CHARLES.; BROWNE. H. K. ILLUSTRATES. - DOMBEY AND SON.
5983: OMAR KHAYYAM.; JAMES.GILBERT.ILLUSTRATES. - THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. Translated by Edward Fitzgerald.Edited,with Introduction and Notes by Reynold Alleyne Nicholson.
7098: MILNE. A. A.; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.
6936: MILNE.A.A.; SHEPARD.E.H.ILLUSTRATES. - NOW WE ARE SIX.
6565: MILNE.A.A.; SHEPARD.E.H.ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.
6596: MILNE.A.A.; SHEPARD.E.H.ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.
6805: MILNE.A.A.; SHEPARD.ERNEST.H.ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.
5593: MILNE.A.A.; SHEPARD.E.H.ILLUSTRATES. - NOW WE ARE SIX.
6409: MILNE.A.A.; SHEPARD.E.H.ILLUSTRATES. - NOW WE ARE SIX.
3664: LEWIS. C. S. ; BAYNES. PAULINE. ILLUSTRATES. - THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN TREADER.
3637: LEMON.MARK.; DOYLE.RICHARD.ILLUSTRATES. - THE ENCHANTED DOLL.A fairy tale for little people.
7056: LEE. LAURIE.; WARD. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - CIDER WITH ROSIE.
7628: MILNE. A. A.; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE HOUSE AT POOH CORNER.
9630: CARROLL. LEWIS. ; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With the original illustrations by John Tenniel.
8531: CARROLL. LEWIS. ; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, And what Alice found there.
9227: INGRAMS. RICHARD; -- STEADMAN. RALPH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE TALE OF DRIVER GROPE.
8317: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. FARLEIGH. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - THE ADVENTURES OF THE BLACK GIRL IN HER SEARCH FOR GOD.
7288: BURNSIDE. HELEN MARION.; WATKINS. JESSIE. ILLUSTRATES. - FAIRY FINE-EAR'S FANCIES. 1st Series. The Mermaid & The Zoophite. -- Swinging. -- The Fairies & The Bees. -- The Dewdrop & The Skylark.
9602: GRAHAME. KENNETH. ; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS.
7193: GOLDSMITH. OLIVER.; POIRSON. V. A. ILLUSTRATES. - THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. With a prefatory memoir by George Saintsbury.
8140: KEIGHTLEY. THOMAS. (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). ; BROOKE. W. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE FAIRY MYTHOLOGY. In Two Volumes.
4746: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, And what Alice found there.
9054: CARROLL. LEWIS. ; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE IN WONDERLAND. With all the original engravings as drawn by Sir John Tenniel.
9500: MACDOUGALL. WILLIAM BROWN. ILLUSTRATES. - THE BOOK OF RUTH. Pictured and designed by W. B. MacDougall. With an introduction by Ernest Rhys.
6768: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. And what Alice found there.
7760: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS.; WILLEBEEK LE MAIR. H. ILLUSTRATES. - A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES.
9276: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. ; WYETH. N. C. ILLUSTRATES. - THE BLACK ARROW. A Tale of the Two Roses.
6981: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With the original illustrations by John Tenniel.
7099: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. --- & ---THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
7118: CARROLL. LEWIS.; HARRY ROUNTREE. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE IN WONDERLAND.
7119: CARROLL. LEWIS.; GERTRUDE WELLING. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE IN WONDERLAND. and Through the Looking Glass.
7311: CARROLL. LEWIS.; STEADMAN. RALPH. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE IN WONDERLAND.
7460: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE IN WONDERLAND. --- & ---THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
7553: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
8001: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. --- & ---THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
8002: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. And what Alice found there.
8003: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With the original illustrations by John Tenniel.
8126: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. A Facsimile edition.
8213: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. And THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE. With Ninety-Two illustrations by John Tenniel including Eight in colour.
7649: YEATS. W. B.; DULAC. EDMUND. ILLUSTRATES. - FOUR PLAYS FOR DANCERS. A version for the modern stage.
8136: LEWIS. C. S.; BAYNES. PAULINE. ILLUSTRATES. - THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE. A story for children.
7755: GREENE. GRAHAM. (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). ; CRAIGIE. DOROTHY. ILLUSTRATES. - THE LITTLE TRAIN.
7911: THOMPSON. KAY.; KNIGHT. HILARY. ILLUSTRATES. - ELOISE IN MOSCOW.
9471: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - NORTHANGER ABBEY and PERSUASION. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
5633: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND and THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, And what Alice found there.
6104: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, And what Alice found there.
9445: MELVILLE. HERMAN. ; KENT. ROCKWELL. ILLUSTRATES. - MOBY DICK. Or, The Whale.
8162: SPENSER. EDMUND.; KENT. WILLIAM. ILLUSTRATES. - THE FAERIE QUEENE. With an exact collation of the Two Original Editions, Published by Himself at London in Quarto; the Former containing the first Three Books printed in 1590, and the Latter the Six Books in 1596. To which are now added, A new Life of the Author, and also a Glossary. Adorn'd with thirty-two Copper Plates, from the Original Drawings of the late W. Kent, Esq; Architect and Principal Painter to His Majesty.
7680: AUSTEN. JANE.; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - SENSE AND SENSIBILITY. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
9472: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - SENSE AND SENSIBILITY. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
4812: SHAKESPEARE. WILLIAM.; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR.
8936: NORTON. MARY. -- MONROE. KIDDELL. ILLUSTRATES. - THE MAGIC BEDKNOB.
9505: MILNE. A. A. ---- E. H. SHEPARD; ILLUSTRATES. - WINNIE THE POOH.
7785: KINGSLEY. CHARLES.; WILLCOX SMITH. JESSIE. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WATER BABIES.
6797: CHAUCER.GEOFFREY.; RUSSELL FLINT.WILLIAM.ILLUSTRATES. - THE CANTERBURY TALES.
4749: KINGSLEY.CHARLES.; NOEL PATON.J.ILLUSTRATES. - THE WATER BABIES. A Fairy tale for a Land Baby
6897: THOMPSON. HUNTER. S.; STEADMAN. RALPH. ILLUSTRATES. - FEAR AND LOATHING IN LAS VEGAS. A savage journey to the heart of the American dream.
5651: INCHFAWN.PHILIP AND FAY.; SMITH.T.C.ILLUSTRATES. - THE GOLLIWOG NEWS. A story of three children and a toy newspaper.With supplement.
6734: WALTON.IZAAK.; ADAMS.FRANK.ILLUSTRATES. - THE COMPLETE ANGLER. Or the contemplative Man's recreation.Being a discourse of Fish and Fishing not unworthy the perusal of most Anglers.
6617: GASKELL.MRS.ELIZABETH CLEGHORN.; BROCK.H.M.ILLUSTRATES. - CRANFORD.
7061: GRAHAME. KENNETH.; SHEPARD. ERNEST H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS.
5085: THORN.ISMAY.PSEUDONYM FOR E.C.POLLOCK.; CHITTY.LILLY ILLUSTRATES. - HARLEQUIN EGGS.
6639: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.--And--THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS,AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
4739: SOMERVILLE.WILLIAM.; STOTHARD.THOMAS.ILLUSTRATES. - THE CHACE.A poem. A New edition.To which is prefixed a critical essay by J.Aikin,M.D.
3530: CARROLL.LEWIS.; NEWELL.PETER.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.also-THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS.
3303: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, And what Alice found there.
7686: TWAIN. MARK.; BREHM. WORTH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER.
9289: WILDE. OSCAR. ; BEARDSLEY. AUBREY. ILLUSTRATES. - SALOME. A tragedy in one act, translated from the French.
7719: CARROLL. LEWIS.; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. And what Alice found there.
4558: ANON. GREAT EXHIBITION TITLE. ; GILBERT. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - THE CRYSTAL PALACE THAT FOX BUILT. A pyramid of rhyme,with nine illustrations by John Gilbert.
8753: RABELAIS. -- ROBINSON. WILLIAM HEATH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WORKS OF MR. FRANCIS RABELAIS. Doctor in Physick. Containing five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his sonne Pantagruel.
7734: HILL. CONSTANCE.; HILL. ELLEN. G. ILLUSTRATES. - JANE AUSTEN. Her Homes and Her Friends.
6982: HARDY. THOMAS.; NICHOLSON. WILLIAM. ILLUSTRATES. - SELECTED POEMS OF THOMAS HARDY. With portrait & title page design engraved on the wood by William Nicholson.
9489: CARROLL. LEWIS. ; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With the original illustrations by John Tenniel.
8898: PEPLER. DOUGLAS. -- GILL. ERIC. ILLUSTRATES. - THE DEVIL'S DEVICES, OR, CONTROL VERSUS SERVICE.. With woodcuts by Eric Gill.
6755: AUFSEESER. ERNST. ILLUSTRATES. - Aus Der Marchen Schublade Bilder Von Ernst Aufseeser. Illustrations of Robinson Crusoe, Baron Munchausen & Alladin and his Lamp, among others.
9559: MILNE. A. A. ; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - NOW WE ARE SIX.
8177: AUSTEN. JANE.; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - MANSFIELD PARK. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
9005: BUNYAN. JOHN. ; PAPE. FRANK. C. ILLUSTRATES. - THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
8971: HEMINGWAY. ERNEST. -- MICHAEL FOREMAN ILLUSTRATES. - THE FAITHFUL BULL.
7690: BARRIE. J. M.; BEDFORD. F. D. ILLUSTRATES. - PETER AND WENDY.
7383: COMBE. WILLIAM.; ROWLANDSON. THOMAS. ILLUSTRATES. - THE THREE TOURS OF DOCTOR SYNTAX. In Search of the Picturesque......In Search of Consolation.......In Search of a Wife.
9053: MILTON. JOHN. -- HAYMAN. FRANCIS. ILLUSTRATES. - THE POETICAL WORKS. With notes of various authors, By Thomas Newton, D. D. Paradise Lost. A poem in twelve books. Fifth edition. + Paradise Regained. Samson Agonistes. Poems upon several occasions. Psalms, etc.
7704: HARRISON. W. H.; ROWLANDSON. THOMAS. ILLUSTRATES. - THE HUMOURIST. A companion for the Christmas fireside. Embellished by fifty engravings, exclusive of numerous vignettes, from designs by the late T. Rowlandson.
8679: BIRMINGHAM. G. A. YEATS. JACK. B. ILLUSTRATES. - IRISHMEN ALL. With twelve illustrations in colour by Jack B. Yeats, R.H.A.
9595: DAHL. ROALD. ; SCHINDELMAN. JOSEPH. ILLUSTRATES. - CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY.
4661: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With the original illustrations by John Tenniel.
8490: CRADOCK. MRS. H. C.; APPLETON. HONOR. C. ILLUSTRATES. - JOSEPHINE'S PANTOMIME.
7700: GOLDSMITH. OLIVER. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. With a preface by Austin Dobson.
9686: LEWIS. C. S. ; BAYNES. PAULINE. ILLUSTRATES. - THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE. A story for children.
9684: CARROLL. LEWIS. (THE REV CHARLES DODGSON). ; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. --- & --- THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
7646: NASH. GEORGE. C.; MILLET. CHRISTOPHER. ILLUSTRATES. - LETTERS TO THE SECRETARY OF A GOLF CLUB.
6770: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
8291: BELLOC. HILLAIRE.; BLACKWOOD. BASIL. ILLUSTRATES. - CAUTIONARY TALES FOR CHILDREN. Verses by H. Belloc. Pictures by B. T. B.
7251: BRENT DYER. ELINOR. M.; TARRANT. PERCY. ILLUSTRATES. - JANIE OF LA ROCHELLE.
8160: HARRIS. JOEL CHANDLER.; FROST. A. B. ILLUSTRATES. - UNCLE REMUS. His songs and his sayings. New and Revised Edition with one hundred and twelve illustrations by A. B. Frost.
8796: AUSTEN. JANE. ; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - SENSE AND SENSIBILITY. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
7691: BELLOC. HILLAIRE. ; BLACKWOOD. BASIL. ILLUSTRATES. - CAUTIONARY TALES FOR CHILDREN. Verses by H. Belloc. Pictures by B. T. B.
7463: CARROLL. LEWIS. (REV. C. L. DODGSON).; TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
7962: BRANGWYN. FRANK. ILLUSTRATES. - THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. Illustrated and decorated by Frank Brangwyn, R.A.
145: CARROLL.LEWIS.; TENNIEL.JOHN.ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
8861: HUGHES. TED. : ADAMSON. GEORGE. ILLUSTRATES. - HOW THE WHALE BECAME.
9592: GRAHAME. KENNETH. ; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS.
9281: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. --- WYETH. N. C. ILLUSTRATES. - TREASURE ISLAND.
8877: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. - ENGLISH FAIRY TALES. Retold by Flora Annie Steel
8211: ANDERSON. ANNE. ILLUSTRATES. - OLD FRENCH NURSERY SONGS. Music arranged by Horace Mansion.
8754: WHITE. GILBERT. - COLLINS. G. E. ILLUSTRATES. - THE NATURAL HISTORY & ANTIQUITIES OF SELBORNE. In the County of Southampton. With illustrations in colour by George Edward Collins, R.B.A. Edited with notes by Grant Allen.
7777: DOWSON. ERNEST.; BEARDSLEY. AUBREY. ILLUSTRATES. - THE POEMS OF ERNEST DOWSON. With a memoir by Arthur Symons. Four illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley and a portrait (frontis) by William Rothenstein.
7832: CERVANTES. SAAVEDRA.MIGUEL DE.; LALAUZE. A. ILLUSTRATES. - THE HISTORY OF THE INGENIOUS GENTLEMAN DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA. Translated from the Spanish by P. A. Motteux.
8405: CHANCE. JACK & PAGET. JULIAN. COMPILE AND EDIT. MCPHAIL. RODGER. ILLUSTRATES. - THE FLYFISHERS'. An anthology to mark the Centenary of the Flyfishers Club. 1884-1984. Written by members. Forword by H. R. H. The Prince of Wales.
8094: GRAHAME. KENNETH. ; SHEPARD. ERNEST H. ILLUSTRATES. - THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS.
8067: ANDERSEN. HANS.; WALTON. CECILE. ILLUSTRATES. - HANS ANDERSEN'S FAIRY TALES. Translated by H. Oskar Sommer.
8332: HUGHES. TED. BURGER. REINER. ILLUSTRATES. - A FEW CROWS.
8099: AUSTEN. JANE.; THOMSON. HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. - MANSFIELD PARK. With an introduction by Austin Dobson.
8881: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. ; SOWERBY. MILLICENT. ILLUSTRATES. - A CHILD`S GARDEN OF VERSES.
8367: BIRMINGHAM. G. A. YEATS. JACK. B. ILLUSTRATES. - IRISHMEN ALL. With twelve illustrations in colour by Jack B. Yeats, R.H.A.
8814: MILNE. A. A. ; SHEPARD. E. H. ILLUSTRATES. - NOW WE ARE SIX.
8586: MILNE. A. A.; E. H. SHEPARD. ILLUSTRATES. - SET OF WINNIE THE POOH FIRST EDITIONS. 4 Volumes.-- When We were very young.-- Winnie the Pooh.-- Now We are Six.-- The House at Pooh Corner.
9606: CARROLL. LEWIS. --- TENNIEL. JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. --- & --- THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
9667: MILNE. A. A. --- E. H. SHEPARD. ILLUSTRATES. - WINNIE THE POOH.
8172: SHELLEY. HENRY. C.; HUTCHINSON. A. S. M. INTRODUCES. - MAJORCA.
5795: NELSON.SIR THOMAS JAMES.EDITS AND INTRODUCES. - RICHMOND PARK. Extracts from the records of Parliament and of the Corporation of London,relating to the transfer to and the possession of Richmond park by the City of London,A.D. 1649-60.
4737: SPENCER.STANLEY.; HAYES.COLIN.SELECTS AND INTRODUCES. - SCRAPBOOK DRAWINGS OF STANLEY SPENCER.
4575: HANKEY. DONALD. -PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY. ; STRACHEY. J. ST. LOE. INTRODUCES. - A STUDENT IN ARMS.
3843: WOOLF. IRGINIA. - THE VOYAGE OUT.
8342: MURDOCH. IRIS. - AN ACCIDENTAL MAN.
8348: MURDOCH. IRIS. - THE UNICORN.
7500: MURDOCH. IRIS. - THE MESSAGE TO THE PLANET.
8351: MURDOCH. IRIS. - AN UNOFFICIAL ROSE.
8345: MURDOCH. IRIS. - THE TIME OF THE ANGELS.
8341: MURDOCH. IRIS. - HENRY AND CATO.
8349: MURDOCH. IRIS. - THE SANDCASTLE.
7920: MURDOCH. IRIS. - UNDER THE NET.
8347: MURDOCH. IRIS. - THE ITALIAN GIRL.
7976: MURDOCH. IRIS. - THE FLIGHT OF THE ENCHANTER.
8680: DINESEN. ISAK. (KAREN BLIXEN). - OUT OF AFRICA.
6103: HERBERT.IVOR. - RED RUM. Full and extraordinary story of a horse of courage.
8566: COMPTON - BURNETT. IVY. - THE WORKS. Including; Brother and Sisters, More Women than Men, Parents and Children, Darkness and Day.
8402: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES; WALTON. IZAAK. - THE COMPLEAT ANGLER. Or The Contemplative Man
6895: KEROUAC.JACK. - DOCTOR SAX. Faust Part Three.
7800: YEATS. JACK. B. - A LITTLE BOOK OF DRAWINGS. Gathered from "A Broadside".
7397: NIELSEN. KAY. ILLUSTRATES.; GRIMM. WILHELM & JACOB. - HANSEL AND GRETEL. And other stories by the Brothers Grimm.
8273: JOYCE. JAMES. - CHAMBER MUSIC.
9128: WATSON. JAMES. D. - THE DOUBLE HELIX. A personal account of the discovery of DNA.
9584: STEPHENS. JAMES. - GREEN BRANCHES.
7094: BOSWELL. JAMES. - THE LIFE OF SAMUEL JOHNSON. New edition, elucidated by copius notes, and illustrated with numrous portraits, and characteristic designs, engraved from authentic sources.
8630: LEES - MILNE. JAMES. - PROPHESYING PEACE.
7811: JOYCE. JAMES. - ULYSSES.
9172: JOYCE. JAMES. - POMES PENYEACH.
9043: BALDWIN. JAMES. - GOING TO MEET THE MAN.
9632: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. ; STEPHENS. JAMES. - IRISH FAIRY TALES.
8178: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES.; STEPHENS. JAMES. - IRISH FAIRY TALES.
6107: JOYCE.JAMES. - ULYSSES.
6547: JOYCE.JAMES. - FINNEGANS WAKE.
3714: HANLEY.JAMES. - GREY CHILDREN. A study in Humbug and Misery (in South Wales).
9143: JOYCE. JAMES. - ULYSSES.
9305: JOYCE. JAMES. - HAVETH CHILDERS EVERYWHERE. Fragment from Work in progress.
9044: BALDWIN. JAMES. - BLUES FOR MISTER CHARLIE. A Play.
7320: JOYCE. JAMES. - EXILES. A Play in three acts.
7283: WATSON. JAMES. D. - THE DOUBLE HELIX. A personal account of the discovery of DNA.
9263: MERRILL. JAMES. - JIM'S BOOK. A collection of Poems and Short Stories.
8633: AUSTEN. JANE. - MANSFIELD PARK.
8634: AUSTEN. JANE. - EMMA.
8636: AUSTEN. JANE. - PERSUASION.
8921: AUSTEN. JANE. - MANSFIELD PARK.
9613: AUSTEN. JANE. - THE COMPLETE NOVELS. Sense and Sensibility/Pride and Prejudice/Mansfield Park/EMMA/Northanger Abbey/Persuasion. With an introduction by J. C. Squire.
4502: AUSTEN. JANE. - THE COMPLETE NOVELS. Sense and Sensibility/Pride and Prejudice/Mansfield Park/EMMA/Northanger Abbey/Persuasion. With an introduction by J. C. Squire.
8658: AUSTEN. JANE. - MANSFIELD PARK.
9482: AUSTEN. JANE. - PRIDE AND PREJUDICE.
5771: AUSTEN. JANE. - THE NOVELS. Five Volumes. Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey & Persuasion. The text based on Collation of the early editions by R. W. Chapman. With notes, Indexes and Illustrations from contemporary sources.
7133: AUSTEN.JANE. - THE NOVELS. Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Mansfield Park, Emma, Northanger Abbey/Persuasion. The text based on Collation of the early editions by R. W.Chapman. With notes, Indexes and Illustrations from contemporary sources.
6825: AUSTEN. JANE. - THE WORKS. The Adelphi edition. With an introduction by Frank Swinnerton.-Pride and Prejudice-Sense and sensibility-Northanger Abbey-Mansfield Park-Emma-Persuasion-Lady Susan & The Watsons.
8513: AUSTEN. JANE. - EMMA. A Novel.
8597: AUSTEN. JANE. - EMMA.
7212: AUSTEN. JANE. - THE COMPLETE NOVELS. Sense and Sensibility/Pride and Prejudice/Mansfield Park/EMMA/Northanger Abbey/Persuasion. With an introduction by J. C. Squire.
7308: AUSTEN. JANE. - LADY SUSAN. Written about 1805. First printed in 1871.
9326: AUSTEN. JANE. - JANE AUSTEN'S LETTERS. To her sister Cassandra and others. Collected and Edited by by R. W. Chapman. Volume 1. 1796 - 1809. Volume 2. 1811 - 1817. India paper edition.
5449: AUSTEN. JANE. - THE WORKS. The Adelphi edition. With an introduction by Frank Swinnerton. - Pride and Prejudice, - Sense and Sensibility, - Northanger Abbey, - Mansfield Park, - Emma, - Persuasion, - Lady Susan & The Watsons.
6927: GLEIZES.ALBERT.; METZINGER.JEAN. - CUBISM. Translated.
7964: HART. JEROME. - A LEVANTINE LOG-BOOK.
7693: JEROME. JEROME. K. - PAUL KELVER. A Novel.
8487: DINE. JIM. - WELCOME HOME LOVEBIRDS. Poems and Drawings by Jim Dine.
9586: MORLEY. JOHN. - BURKE. -- Extra Illustrated. -- English Men of Letters.
8551: FOWLES. JOHN. - THE FRENCH LIEUTENANT'S WOMAN.
8763: MILTON. JOHN. - PARADISE LOST. A poem.
8226: STOW. JOHN. - A SURVEY OF LONDON. Written in the year 1598. A new edition, edited by William J. Thoms, Esq. F. S. A. Secretary to the Camden Society.
9417: BUCHAN. JOHN. - THE THIRTY NINE STEPS.
9441: BETJEMAN. JOHN. - COLLECTED POEMS. Compiled and with an introduction by The Earl of Birkenhead.
8493: CRUIKSHANK. ROBERT. ILLUSTRATES. TAYLOR. JOHN. - MONSIEUR TONSON.
6141: LE CARRE. JOHN. - A MOST WANTED MAN.
8492: MILTON. JOHN. - THE POETICAL WORKS. In Three volumes. With a life of the Author.
8318: SYNGE. JOHN M. - THE WORKS. In four volumes. Volume 1; In the Shadow of the Glen, Riders to the Sea, The Tinker's Wedding, The Well of the Saints. -- Volume 2; The Playboy of the Western World, Deirdre of the Sorrows, Poems and Translations. -- Volume 3; The Arran Islands. -- Volume 4; In Wicklow, West Kerry, ETC.
8415: RUSKIN. JOHN. - THE STONES OF VENICE. Volume I - The Foundations: Volume II - The Sea Stories: Volume III - The Fall.
7321: WALTON. IZAAK.; COTTON. CHARLES. BOUND WITH; JACKSON. JOHN. - THE COMPLETE ANGLER. Or The contemplative Man's recreation. Edited by John Major. To which is added A treatise on Flies and Fly-Hooks, with ten plates, coloured by hand, representing 120 flies, natural and artificial.
7264: BARROW. JOHN. - LIFE, VOYAGES, AND EXPLOITS OF SIR FRANCIS DRAKE. With numerous original letters from him and the Lord High Admiral to the Queen and great Officers of State.
8961: HOWARD. JOHN. - THE STATE OF THE PRISONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES.-- Leona Baumgartner copy. With preliminary observations and an account of some Foreign Prisons and Hospitals. The Third Edition.
3491: STEINBECK.JOHN. - THE GRAPES OF WRATH.
6405: STEINBECK.JOHN. - EAST OF EDEN.
4332: BUNYAN.JOHN. - THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, From this world,to that which is to come.Delivered under the similitude of a dream.Wherein is discovered,the manner of his setting out,his dangerous journey,and safe arrival at the desired countrey.
5439: BETJEMAN.JOHN. - SUMMONED BY BELLS.
6872: BETJEMAN.JOHN. - COLLECTED POEMS. Compiled and with an introduction by The Earl of Birkenhead.
8962: HOWARD. JOHN. - THE STATE OF THE PRISONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES. With preliminary observations and an account of some Foreign Prisons and Hospitals. ----- Bound with: APPENDIX TO THE STATE OF THE PRISONS. In England and Wales, &c. Containing a farther account of Foreign Prisons and Hospitals, with additional remarks on the Prisons of this Country. 1784.
8399: FOWLES. JOHN. - THE EBONY TOWER.
8491: MASEFIELD. JOHN. - POEMS. Complete on one volume.
8611: FOWLES. JOHN. - THE COLLECTOR.
8859: HOWARD. JOHN. - AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRINCIPAL LAZARETTOS IN EUROPE WITH VARIOUS PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE PLAGUE. Leona Baumgartner copy. Together with Further Observations on Some Foreign Prisons and Hospitals; and Additional Remarks on the Present State of Those in Great Britain and Ireland
8063: HUNT. JOHN. - THE ASCENT OF EVEREST.
8070: HACKETT. SIR JOHN. - THE THIRD WORLD WAR. The Untold Story.
9681: BETJEMAN. JOHN. - SUMMONED BY BELLS.
8815: COLERIDGE. SAMUEL TAYLOR. ; SHELLEY. PERCY BYSSHE. ; KEATS. JOHN. - THE POETICAL WORKS OF COLERIDGE, SHELLEY, AND KEATS. Complete in one volume.
8916: BERRYMAN. JOHN. - POEMS.
3247: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES PRESSES ON.
3248: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES HUNTS BIG GAME.
3249: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES GETS HIS MEN.
3250: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES AND THE PIRATE TREASURE.
3251: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES OF THE INTERPOL.
3252: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES FORMS A SYNDICATE.
3253: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES` COMBINED OPERATION.
5779: JOHNS.W.E. - BIGGLES IN THE UNDERWORLD.
9646: GILBERT. JON. - IAN FLEMING. THE BIBLIOGRAPHY. Preface by Fergus Fleming. Foreword by Michael L. Vanblaricum. Edited by Brad Frank.
9640: SWIFT. JONATHAN. - TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD, in four parts, by LEMUEL GULLIVER. First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several ships. To which are prefix'd, Several copies of Verses expla-planatory (sic) and commendatory, never before printed.
7409: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - YOUTH: A NARRATIVE. And other stories. Heart of Darkness, The End of the Tether.
8941: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - VICTORY. An Island Tale.
7558: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - LONDON'S RIVER.
7356: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - LORD JIM.
9174: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - UNDER WESTERN EYES.
8986: HELLER. JOSEPH. - PICTURE THIS. Author's own Copy.
8420: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - NOSTROMO. A tale of the Seaboard.
8983: HELLER. JOSEPH. - GOD KNOWS. Author's own Copy.
8984: HELLER. JOSEPH. - GOOD AS GOLD. Author's own Copy.
3092: WARTON. JOSEPH. - AN ESSAY ON THE GENIUS AND WRITINGS OF POPE.
7408: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - CHANCE. A Tale in two parts. SIGNED BY CONRAD.
8879: CONRAD. JOSEPH. - LORD JIM.
8985: HELLER. JOSEPH. - WE BOMBED IN NEW HAVEN. A Play Author's own Copy.
7007: REYNOLDS. JOSHUA. - The works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knight; Late president of the Royal Academy. Containing his discourses, idlers, a journey to Flanders and Holland, and his commentary on Du Fresnoy's Art of Painting; to which is prefixed an account of the life and
8616: REYNOLDS. SIR JOSHUA. - THE DISCOURSES. Edited and Annotated by Edmund Gosse.
4449: JUNIUS. - STAT NOMINIS UMBRA.
6417: ANON. JUVENILE. - THE HISTORY OF LITTLE LYDIA SOMERVILLE. An interesting story;calculated for the instruction and entertainment of juvenile minds.Embellished with sixteen beautiful engravings on wood.
9579: GIBRAN. KAHLIL. - THE PROPHET.
3190: CURZON.THE MARQUIS OF KEDLESTON.K.G. - BRITISH GOVERNMENT IN INDIA. The story of the Viceroys and Government houses.
9038: BURGESS. ANTHONY. WRITING AS JOSEPH KELL. - INSIDE MR ENDERBY.
8107: GALBRAITH.JOHN KENNETH. - THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY.
9611: OMAR KHAYYAM. - THE RUBAIYAT OF OMAR KHAYYAM. The Astronomer Poet of Persia. Rendered into English Verse (by Edward Fitzgerald).
6740: MACDONALD.GEORGE.; INSCRIBES TO CHARLES KINGSLEY. - WITHIN AND WITHOUT. A Dramatic Poem.
8438: AMIS. KINGSLEY. - THE OLD DEVILS.
8437: AMIS. KINGSLEY. - THE ANTI-DEATH LEAGUE.
3261: KITTON. FRED. G. ; PHIZ, ILLUSTRATES. - PHIZ (HABLOT KNIGHT BROWNE) A MEMOIR. Including a selection from his correspondence and notes on his principal works.
8316: VONNEGUT. KURT. JR. - MOTHER NIGHT. .
9634: LAWRENCE. T. E. - SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM. A Triumph.
6560: LAWRENCE.T.E. - SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM.A Triumph.
6575: LAWRENCE.T.E. - SEVEN PILLARS OF WISDOM.A Triumph.
1690: TURNER. LAWRENCE. - DECORATIVE PLASTERWORK IN GREAT BRITAIN.
8797: DURRELL. LAWRENCE. - JUSTINE, BALTHAZAR, MOUNT OLIVE, CLEA. THE ALEXANDRIA QUARTET.
8569: LAWRENCE. T. E. - REVOLT IN THE DESERT.
8404: HARDY. JAMES LEIGHTON. - THE HOUSE THE HARDY BROTHERS BUILT. Edited by Sean Barton.
8537: DEIGHTON. LEN. - AN EXPENSIVE PLACE TO DIE.
7712: TOLSTOY. LEO. - WAR AND PEACE. Translated by Louise and Aylmer Maude. With an introduction by Aylmer Maude.
5969: HEANEY. SEAMUS.; JANACEK. LEOS. - DIARY OF ONE WHO VANISHED. A song cycle by Leos Janacek in a new version by Seamus Heaney.
7591: WALLACE. LEW. - BEN HUR. A Tale of the Christ.
6905: LEWIS.C.S. - ENGLISH LITERATURE IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY. Excluding Drama.The completeion of The Clark Lectures,Trinity College,Cambridge 1944.Volume three in the Oxford History of English Literature series.Edited by F.P.Wilson and Bonamy Dobree.
9576: SOPER. GEORGE. ILLUSTRATES. ; CARROLL. LEWIS. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
4143: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
5568: CARROLL.LEWIS. - RHYME? AND REASON?.
5531: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE WASP IN A WIG. A suppressed episode of Through the looking glass and what Alice found there.With a preface,introduction and notes by Martin Gardner.
5066: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE RECTORY UMBRELLA & MISCHMASCH.
8145: LEWIS. C. S. - THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS.
6544: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
7305: CARROLL. LEWIS.; ( DODGSON. CHARLES L ). - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
7598: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. an Agony of Eight Fits.
7638: CARROLL. LEWIS.; ( DODGSON. CHARLES L ). - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
8678: CARROLL. LEWIS. - ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
4445: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE RECTORY UMBRELLA & MISCHMASCH. With a foreword by Florence Milner.
6545: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
6584: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE WASP IN A WIG. A "suppressed" episode of Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there.With a preface,introduction and notes by Martin Gardner.
3222: CARROLL.LEWIS. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
3763: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
3611: ATTWELL.MABEL LUCIE.ILLUSTRATES.; CARROLL.LEWIS. - ALICE IN WONDERLAND.
3574: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE WASP IN A WIG. A "suppressed" episode of Through the Looking-Glass and what Alice found there.With a preface,introduction and notes by Martin Gardner.
3452: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
3350: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
3226: CARROLL.LEWIS. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. And Through the looking glass and what Alice found there.
3112: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, And what Alice found there.
3141: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE WASP IN A WIG. A suppressed episode of Through the looking glass and what Alice found there.With a preface,introduction and notes by Martin Gardner.
3111: CARROLL.LEWIS. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
6834: PEAKE.MERVYN.ILLUSTRATES..; CARROLL.LEWIS. - THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. An agony in Eight Fits.
9495: CARROLL. LEWIS. ; ( DODGSON. CHARLES L ). - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
7280: CARROLL. LEWIS.; ( DODGSON. CHARLES L ). - THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LEWIS CARROLL. With an introduction by Alexander Woollcott and the illustrations by John Tenniel.
4444: CARROLL.LEWIS. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS And what Alice found there. With fifty illustrations by John Tenniel.
9217: CARROLL. LEWIS. - PHANTASMAGORIA. And other Poems.
9617: CARROLL. LEWIS. - THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS. And what Alice found there.
8807: CARROLL. LEWIS. - THE WASP IN A WIG. A suppressed episode of Through the looking glass and what Alice found there.With a preface,introduction and notes by Martin Gardner.
7876: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. PREFACES.; RICHTER. LINA. - FAMILY LIFE IN GERMANY UNDER THE BLOCKADE. Compiled by Lina Richter from reports from Doctors, School Nurses, Children's Judges and Teachers. With a preface by Bernard Shaw.
7929: BOWLEY. ARTHUR. L.; PROFESSOR OF STATISTICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LONDON. - ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS.
8168: LOUDON. MRS. - THE LADIES COMPANION TO THE FLOWER GARDEN. Being an Alphabetical arrangement of all the ornamental plants usually grown in Gardens and Shrubberies; With full directions for their culture.
9375: LOUDON. MRS. - THE LADIES COMPANION TO THE FLOWER GARDEN. Being an Alphabetical arrangement of all the ornamental plants usually grown in Gardens and Shrubberies; With full directions for their culture.
8596: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. - A LODGING FOR THE NIGHT.
9442: STEVENSON. ROBERT LOUIS. - A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES.
7282: RACINE. LOUIS. - RELIGION. A Poem: From the French of the Younger Racine.
8326: THOMAS. LOWELL. - WITH LAWRENCE IN ARABIA.
6551: WHITE HOUSE.--WEST.J.B.--WITH.; KOTZ.MARY LYNN. - UPSTAIRS AT THE WHITE HOUSE. My life with the First Ladies.
8643: FRASER. GEORGE MACDONALD. - FLASHMAN AT THE CHARGE. From the Flashman Papers 1854-1855.
7583: FRASER. GEORGE MACDONALD. - FLASHMAN AND THE TIGER. And other extracts from the Flashman Papers.
7584: FRASER. GEORGE MACDONALD. - FLASHMAN ON THE MARCH. From the Flashman Papers 1867-8.
7407: HUEFFER. FORD MADOX. - THE CRITICAL ATTITUDE.
4049: DETMOLD.E.J.ILLUSTRATES.; MAETERLINCK.M. - HOURS OF GLADNESS. Translated by A.Teixeira De Mattos.
5571: THACKERAY.WILLIAM MAKEPEACE. - THE ADVENTURES OF PHILIP. On his way through the world.
8929: THACKERAY. WILLIAM MAKEPEACE. - VANITY FAIR. A novel without a Hero.
6336: MITCHELL. MARGARET. - GONE WITH THE WIND.
9621: CRAWFORD. F MARION. - THE WITCH OF PRAGUE.
7685: TWAIN. MARK. - THE ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN. Tom Sawyer's comrade.
7809: RAVILIOUS. ERIC. ILLUSTRATES.; ARMSTRONG. MARTIN. - DESERT. A LEGEND. With Wood engravings by Eric Ravilious.
8612: CARLE. ERIC. ILLUSTRATES. BILL MARTIN JR. - PANDA BEAR, PANDA BEAR, WHAT DO YOU SEE?
9016: RAVILIOUS. ERIC. ILLUSTRATES. ; ARMSTRONG. MARTIN. - DESERT. A LEGEND. With Wood engravings by Eric Ravilious.
3485: MATTHIES-MASUREN.F. - DIE PHOTOGRAPHISCHE KUNST IM JAHRE 1908. Ein Jahrbuch fur kunstlerische photographie herausgegeben von F.Matthies-Masuran Siebenter Jahrgang.
6627: PRIOR. MATTHEW. - THE POETICAL WORKS. In three volumes. With the Life of the Author.
8076: BEERBOHM. MAX. - SEVEN MEN.
7497: KEYNES. JOHN MAYNARD. - A REVISION OF THE TREATY. Being a sequel to The Economic consequences of the Peace.
9436: KEYNES. JOHN MAYNARD. - A TREATISE ON MONEY.
9683: KEYNES. JOHN MAYNARD. - THE GENERAL THEORY OF EMPLOYMENT INTEREST AND MONEY.
3690: BROWNE.GORDON.ORIGINAL ARTWORK.; MEADE.L.T. - DADDY'S GIRL.
5319: BRAGG. MELVYN. - FOR WANT OF A NAIL.
9135: PEAKE. MERVYN. - CAPTAIN SLAUGHTERBOARD DROPS ANCHOR.
9437: PEAKE. MERVYN. - TITUS GROAN. - GORMENGHAST. - TITUS ALONE.
7967: NOLAN. MICHAEL. - A TREATISE ON THE LAWS FOR THE RELIEF AND SETTLEMENT OF THE POOR. The Third edition, with considerable corrections.
7956: VARIOUS AUTHORS. INCLUDING.; DARWIN. BERNARD. ; VAUGHAN WILLIAMS. R. ; SADLEIR. MICHAEL. - ESSAYS. Mainly on The Nineteenth Century. Presented to Sir Humphrey Milford.
6554: NOSTRADAMUS.MICHEL DE. - LES PROPHETIES. Dont il y en a trois cens qui n'ont iamais este imprimees.Part 1.centuries 1 to VII.2nd part.centuries VIII,IX,X.supplement.centuries XI & XII.
8696: CERVANTES SAAVEDRA. MIGUEL DE. (LOCKHART. J. G. EDITS). - THE HISTORY OF THE INGENIOUS GENTLEMAN, DON QUIXOTE OF LA MANCHA. Translated from the Spanish by Motteux. New edition with copious notes; and an essay of the life and writings of Cervantes (by Lockhart).
9481: MILNE. A. A. - WINNIE-THE-POOH AND THE BEES. A pop up picture book. Adapted by A. Schenk from the Original Illustrations by E. H. Shepard.
7278: MILNE. A. A. - TOAD OF TOAD HALL. A play from Kenneth Grahame`s book `The wind in the Willows`.
6550: WHITE HOUSE.--EISENHOWER.MILTON.S. - THE PRESIDENT IS CALLING.
9008: MITFORD. JOHN. -- WILLIAMS. CHARLES, ILLUSTRATES. - THE ADVENTURES OF JOHNNY NEWCOME IN THE NAVY. A Poem, in four cantos, with notes. The Third Edition.
9002: LAL. MOHAN. - LIFE OF THE AMIR DOST MOHAMMED KHAN OF KABUL. With his Political Proceedings towards the English, Russian, and Persian Governments, including the Victory and Disasters of the British Army in Afghanistan.
195: DE MOLEVILLE, BERTRAND. - THE COSTUME OF THE HEREDITARY STATES OF THE HOUSE OF AUSTRIA. Displayed in fifty coloured engravings; with descriptions and an introduction.
8496: CRUIKSHANK. ROBERT. ILLUSTRATES. MONCRIEFF. W. T. - OLD BOOTY! A Serio Comic Sailor's tale.
9673: STANLEY. HENRY MORTON. - THROUGH THE DARK CONTINENT. Or the sources of the Nile around the great lakes of Equatorial Africa and down the Livingstone River to the Atlantic Ocean. With ten maps and one hundred and fifty woodcuts.
9671: WEEDON. L. L. - WRITES VERSES. NISTER MOVEABLE. - COME AND GO IN FAIRYLAND. A surprise picture book for Children. --- (Sleeping Beauty, Beauty and the Beast, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Puss in Boots, Cinderella, Little Snow White, The Babes in the Wood, Jack and the Beanstalk, Red Riding Hood, The Fairy in the book).
9344: GREENAWAY. KATE. ; FOSTER. MYLES. B. COMPOSES THE MUSIC. - A DAY IN A CHILD'S LIFE.
5643: GOLDIN. NAN. - THE BALLAD OF SEXUAL DEPENDENCY.
5517: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. ; HAWTHORNE. NATHANIEL. - A WONDER BOOK.
9271: SIMON. NEIL. - PLAZA SUITE.
5933: RADCLIFFE.JOHN NETTEN. - FIENDS,GHOSTS,AND SPRITES. Including an account of the origin and nature of belief in the supernatural.
4652: NEWBOLT, HENRY.; MCCORMICK.A.D.ILLUSTRATES. - DRAKE'S DRUM. And other Songs of the Sea. With Illustrations in colour by A.D. McCormick.
369: NEWBOLT, HENRY. - DRAKE'S DRUM. and other Songs of the Sea. With Illustrations in colour by A.D. McCormick.
8624: MACHIAVELLI. NICCOLO. - THE FLORENTINE HISTORIE. Written in the Italian tongue, by Nicholo Macchiavelli, Citizen and Secretarie of Florence. And translated into English by T. B. [Thomas Bedingfield] Esquire.
9554: CULPEPPER. NICHOLAS. - THE ENGLISH PHYSICIAN. Enlarged with Three Hundred, Sixty Nine Medicines, made of English Herbs that were not in any Impression until This. Being an Astrologo-Physical Discourse of the Vulgar Herbs of this Nation; containing a compleat Method of Physick, whereby a Man may preserve his Body in Health; or Cure himself, being Sick, for Three-Pence Charge, with such Things only as grow in England, they being most fit for English Bodies.
9014: SHAKESPEARE. WILLIAM. ; NISTER. - A MIDSUMMER NIGHT
8418: WEBSTER. NOAH. - AN AMERICAN DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
3301: ROBINSON.CHARLES.ILLUSTRATES.; GARSTIN.NORMAN. - THE SUITORS OF APRILLE.
7625: ROBINSON. WILLIAM HEATH. ILLUSTRATES.; HUNTER. NORMAN. - THE INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES OF PROFESSOR BRANESTAWM.
9564: NORTON. MARY. --- ADSHEAD, MARY. ILLUSTRATES. - BONFIRES AND BROOMSTICKS.
7847: OATES. WHITNEY. J. AND:; O'NEILL. EUGENE, JR. EDIT. - THE COMPLETE GREEK DRAMA. All the extant tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides, and the Comedies of Aristophanes and Menander, in a variety of translations.
8606: HERFORD. OLIVER. - SEA LEGS.
9547: BROOMBERG. ADAM. AND CHANARIN. OLIVER. - HOLY BIBLE.
5836: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. ; GOLDSMITH. OLIVER. - THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.
7537: HADFIELD. JOHN. ORGANISER. - THE FESTIVAL OF BRITAIN EXHIBITION OF BOOKS. Arranged by the National Book League at the Victoria & Albert Museum.
9021: ORWELL, GEORGE. - THE ROAD TO WIGAN PIER.
9596: WILDE. OSCAR. - THE WORKS. -- Collected Edition. Volume 1. The Picture of Dorian Gray. 2. The Importance of Being Earnest. 3. A House of Pomegranates; The Happy Prince, and Other Tales. 4. De Profundis, with Additional Matter. 5. Lady Windermere's Fan. 6. Intentions, and The Soul of Man. 7. The Duchess of Padua. 8. A Woman of No Importance. 9. An Ideal Husband. 10. Lord Arthur Savile's Crime, and Other Prose Pieces. 11. Salome; A Florentine Tragedy; Vera. 12. Reviews. 13. Miscellanies. 14. Poems.
5850: WILDE.OSCAR. - LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN. A play about a good woman.
3120: HAWKESWORTH. JOHN. ; JOHNSON. SAMUEL. & OTHERS. - THE ADVENTURER.
8254: WISTER. OWEN. - NEIGHBOURS HENCEFORTH.
7826: CAREY. EDITH. F. DESCRIBES.; WIMBUSH. HENRY. B. PAINTS. - THE CHANNEL ISLANDS.
8328: PALINURUS (PSEUDONYM OF CYRIL CONNOLLY). - THE UNQUIET GRAVE. A Word Cycle.
1174: PARROTT, URSULA. - EX-WIFE.
7263: BARKER. PAT. - BORDER CROSSING.
8223: O'BRIAN. PATRICK. - THE COMMODORE.
8119: O'BRIAN. PATRICK. - THE FAR SIDE OF THE WORLD.
8224: O'BRIAN. PATRICK. - THE HUNDRED DAYS.
3905: O'BRIAN. PATRICK. - BLUE AT THE MIZZEN.
8800: BOWLES. PAUL. - THE SHELTERING SKY.
3538: BOWLES.PAUL. - A LITTLE STONE.
8642: DONNE. JOHN. DEAN OF ST. PAUL'S. - COMPLETE POETRY AND SELECTED PROSE. Edited by John Hayward.
9141: GALLICO. PAUL. - THE SNOW GOOSE.
3072: PENNELL.E.R & J. - THE LIFE OF JAMES McNEILL WHISTLER.
7239: PEPYS. SAMUEL.; BRAYBROOKE. RICHARD, LORD. EDITS. - MEMOIRS OF SAMUEL PEPYS, ESQ. F.R.S. Secretary to the Admiralty in the reigns of Charles II. and James II. Comprising his Diary from 1659 to 1669, deciphered by the Rev. John Smith, A.B of St. John's College, Cambridge, from the original short
8615: TAYLOR. RAFAEL PEREZ. - UN GESTO. Drama social en dos actos y un cuadro.
7206: CHENEY. PETER. - DARK HERO.
7206: CHEYNEY. PETER. - DARK HERO.
8428: PULLMAN. PHILIP. - HIS DARK MATERIALS Trilogy. Signed set. NORTHERN LIGHTS; THE SUBTLE KNIFE; THE AMBER SPYGLASS. Tenth Anniversary set.
7196: GEEN. PHILIP. - WHAT I HAVE SEEN WHILE FISHING AND HOW I HAVE CAUGHT MY FISH.
7157: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENCER.; JURKOSKI. FRANK. PHOTOGRAPHER. - ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH. Prime Minister Winston Churchill , US President Eisenhower & French Premier Laniel looking relaxed and sharing a joke on the veranda at the Mid Ocean Club, Hamilton, Bermuda, December 4th, 1953. Churchill was in Bermuda for
7156: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENCER.; JURKOSKI. FRANK. PHOTOGRAPHER. - ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH. Prime Minister Winston Churchill inspecting the Guard of Honour of the Royal Welsh Fusliers at Kindley Airport, Hamilton, Bermuda, December 2nd, 1953. Anthony Eden, then British Foreign Secretary, follows behind. Churchill was
7157: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENSER.; JURKOSKI. FRANK. PHOTOGRAPHER. - ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH. Prime Minister Winston Churchill , US President Eisenhower & French Premier Laniel looking relaxed and sharing a joke on the veranda at the Mid Ocean Club, Hamilton, Bermuda, December 4th, 1953. Churchill was in Bermuda for
7156: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENSER.; JURKOSKI. FRANK. PHOTOGRAPHER. - ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH. Prime Minister Winston Churchill inspecting the Guard of Honour of the Royal Welsh Fusliers at Kindley Airport, Hamilton, Bermuda, December 2nd, 1953. Anthony Eden, then British Foreign Secretary, follows behind. Churchill was
4731: RUTLEDGE.ARCHIBALD.; BRETZMAN.NOBLE.PHOTOGRAPHS. - GOD'S CHILDREN. My Negro friends at Hampton.
7195: ANTHONY. PIERS. - CHTHON.
4847: ANTHONY. PIERS. - CHTHON.
8219: SMITH. SYDNEY GOODSIR. ORR. ROBIN. PROVIDES MUSIC TO ONE POEM. - FIFTEEN POEMS AND A PLAY.
3732: VARIOUS AUTHORS.NEW YORK PRINTING.; YOUNG.POMFRET.WATTS.BLAIR.GRAY.PARNELL.BEATTIE.GLYNN.PORTEUS. - A COLLECTION OF POEMS,on religious and moral subjects. Extracted from the most celebrated authors.
8894: GILL. ERIC. ILLUSTRATES. POWYS. T. F. - UNCLE DOTTERY. A Christmas Story. With two wood engravings by Eric Gill.
9383: CODRINGTON. ROBERT. TRANSLATES. CURTIUS RUFUS. QUINTUS. - THE TEN BOOKS OF QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS; CONTAINING THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER THE GREAT. Faithfully translated in English by Robert Codrington, M. A. -- The last edition, with some additions never before printed. As it was dedicated to the truly Honorable Sir William Ducie, Knight of the Bath, &c.
951: RACKHAM, ARTHUR.ILLUSTRATES.; CARROLL.LEWIS. - ALICE`S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND.
9192: RACKHAM, ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES. ; HAWTHORNE. NATHANIEL. - A WONDER BOOK.
7799: HALL. RADCLYFFE. - THE WELL OF LONELINESS. A Novel. With an appreciation by Havelock Ellis.
8253: STEADMAN. RALPH. - STILL LIFE WITH RASPBERRY. Or the bumper book of Steadman.
8520: STEADMAN. RALPH. - SCAR STRANGLED BANGER.
9610: SHAKESPEARE. WILLIAM. ; FINE BINDING BY RAMAGE. - SONGS AND SONNETS. Edited by F. T. Palgrave. Golden Treasury series.
9647: TENNYSON. AFRED. LORD. --- FINE FANFARE BINDING BY RAMAGE. - IN MEMORIAM. The Golden Treasury series.
9627: SMITH. ADAM RELATED. - ADAM SMITH COMMEMORATIVE SYMPOSIUM. Kirkaldy. Scotland. 5th & 6th June. 1973.
7806: BREWER. E. COBHAM. REV. - DICTIONARY OF PHRASE AND FABLE. Giving the derivation, source, or origin of common phrases, allusions, and words that have a tale to tell. --- To which is added, A Concise Bibliography of English Literature.
4924: BURROUGHS.EDGAR RICE. - THE SON OF TARZAN.
4732: BURROUGHS.EDGAR RICE. - THE RETURN OF TARZAN.
8638: PRICE. RICHARD. - THE WANDERERS. A Novel.
7088: RACKHAM. ARTHUR. ILLUSTRATES.; WAGNER. RICHARD. - SIEGFRIED AND THE TWILIGHT OF THE GODS. Translated by Margaret Armour.
1547: LE GALLIENNE.RICHARD. - VOLUMES IN FOLIO.
9072: LAWRENCE. RICHARD. - AN INQUIRY INTO THE STRUCTURE & ANIMAL OECONOMY OF THE HORSE. Comprehending the diseases to which his limbs and feet are subject, with proper directions for shoeing, and pointing out a method for ascertaining his age until his twelfth year. To which is added, an attempt to explain the laws of his progressive motion, on mechanical and anatomical principles.
9033: HAGGARD. H. RIDER - A GARDENER'S YEAR.
8757: HAGGARD. H. RIDER. - KING SOLOMON'S MINES. With a colour frontis and line drawings in the text by A. R. Whitear.
8113: HAGGARD. H. RIDER. - COLONEL QUARITCH, V.C. A tale of country life.
9165: CARPENTER. THE RIGHT REVEREND WILLIAM BOYD. LORD BISHOP OF RIPON. - REVERENCE - THE SECRET OF GREATNESS. A SERMON. Preached in the Church of St. Margaret, Westminster, before the Honourable House of Commons, on sunday May 22nd, 1887, in commemoration of the fiftieth year of the reign of Her Majesty The Queen. Printed at the desire of the house.
8217: GRAVES. ROBERT. - POEMS. 1926-1930
8325: BROWNING. ROBERT. - THE POETICAL WORKS. With Portraits.
9073: WOOD. ROBERT. - THE RUINS OF BALBEC. Otherwise Heliopolis In Coelosyria.
5776: BROWNING. ROBERT. - SELECTIONS FROM THE POETICAL WORKS.
7520: GRAVES. ROBERT. - POEMS. 1970 - 1972.
7519: GRAVES. ROBERT. - POEMS. 1968 - 1970.
7518: GRAVES. ROBERT. - POEMS. 1965-1968.
9152: GRAVES. ROBERT. - I, CLAUDIUS. ---- & CLAUDIUS THE GOD. From the autobiography of Tiberius Claudius. And his wife Messalina.
5775: GREENAWAY. KATE. ILLUSTRATES. ; BROWNING. ROBERT. - THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN.
3620: CLARK. ROBERT. - GOLF: A ROYAL AND ANCIENT GAME.
6959: BURNS. ROBERT. - THE POETICAL WORKS. With notes, Glossary,Index of first lines and chronological list.Edited by J. Logie Robertson. The Oxford Complete Edition.
8426: GRAVES. ROBERT. - MRS FISHER. Or the future of Humour.
8844: SOUTHEY. ROBERT. - THE MINOR POEMS.
5515: DAVIES.W.ROBERTSON. - SHAKESPEARE'S BOY ACTORS.
8511: GARTON. ROBIN. - THE CATALOGUE RAISONNE OF THE PRINTS OF PAUL DRURY. 1903 - 1987.
6858: DOYLE. RODDY. - THE SNAPPER.
7161: HUBBARD. L. RON. - SLAVES OF SLEEP.
9132: SEARLE. RONALD. - BACK TO THE SLAUGHTERHOUSE. And other ugly moments.
8771: SEARLE. RONALD. - SLIGHTLY FOXED - BUT STILL DESIRABLE. Ronald Searle's wicked world of book collecting.
8919: ROTHENSTEIN, WILLIAM. - TWENTY FOUR PORTRAITS. With critical appreciations by many hands. First and Second series.
4610: ROWLING. J. K. - HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN.
7696: ROWLING. J. K. - HARRY POTTER AND THE CHAMBER OF SECRETS.
3650: COOK'S TRAVELLERS HANDBOOKS.; ELSTON.ROY. - EGYPT AND THE SUDAN.
9045: THE ROYAL ST. GEORGE'S GOLF CLUB, SANDWICH. - SPRING MEETING, 1927. THE SIDGEWICK CUP FOURSOME TOURNAMENT.
3448: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - KIM.
7353: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - KIM.
9622: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - RUDYARD KIPLING'S VERSE. Inclusive Edition. 1885 - 1926.
9585: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - THE TWO JUNGLE BOOKS. With illustrations by J. Lockwood Kipling, C.I.E., and W. H. Drake.
3428: KIPLING.RUDYARD. - THE JUNGLE BOOK.-THE SECOND JUNGLE BOOK.
8681: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - REWARDS AND FAIRIES.
7684: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - JUST SO STORIES. For little children.
8729: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - KIM.
8811: KIPLING. RUDYARD. - REWARDS AND FAIRIES.
6887: BROOKE.RUPERT. - 1914 and Other Poems.
4154: BROOKE. RUPERT. - THE COLLECTED POEMS OF RUPERT BROOKE.
7315: BROOKE. RUPERT. - THE COMPLETE POEMS.
8675: BROOKE. RUPERT. - POEMS.
8637: HUSSEIN. SADDAM. - ON CURRENT AFFAIRS. Edited by Naji Al-hadithi. Translated by Khalid Kishtainy.
7317: BECKETT. SAMUEL. - WATT. Inscribed Review copy.
8174: JOHNSON. SAMUEL. - A DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: In which the words are deduced from their originals, and illustrated in their different significations by examples from the best writers. To which are prefixed A history of the language, and an English Grammar. The Eighth Edition, Corrected and Revised.
9341: LEIGH. SAMUEL. (PUBLISHES). - THE ART OF CORRESPONDENCE. Consisting of Letters on various subjects, selected chiefly from the Works of Eminent Authors. In French and English. To which are added, Letters, Notes, &c. on domestic concerns, and affairs of business.
9169: BECKETT. SAMUEL. - THE EUROPEAN CARAVAN. An Anthology of the New Spirit in European Literature. Compiled and Edited by Samuel Putnam, Maida Castelhun Darnton, George Reavey, and J. Bronowski. Part I: France, Spain, England, and Ireland.
5077: JOHNSON.SAMUEL. - THE WORKS.With an essay on his life and genius by Arthur Murphy.
8600: BECKETT. SAMUEL. - WATT.
9556: LYSONS. SAMUEL. - A COLLECTION OF GLOUCESTERSHIRE ANTIQUITIES.
8660: SMILES. SAMUEL. - THE LIFE OF GEORGE STEPHENSON, RAILWAY ENGINEER.
4605: JOHNSON. SAMUEL. - THE WORKS. With an essay on his life and genius, by Arthur Murphy.
8828: BECKETT. SAMUEL. - WAITING FOR GODOT. A Tragicomedy in Two Acts.
8579: TRIMMER. SARAH. MRS. - INTRODUCTION FAMILIERE A LA CONNOISSANCE DE LA NATURE. Traduction libre de l'Anglois de Mrs. Trimmer.
9110: AUSTIN. SARAH. - THE STORY WITHOUT AN END. From the German of Carobe. With illustrations printed in colours by E. V. B (Eleanor Vere Boyle).
5847: SCOTT.J.M. - THE LAND OF SEALS.
5655: SCOTT.CAPTAIN.R.F.; HUXLEY.LEONARD.,WILSON.DR.E.A. - SCOTT'S LAST EXPEDITION. Volume 1.Being the journals of Captain Scott.--Volume 2.Being the reports of the journeys & the scientific work undertaken by Dr.E.A.Wilson and the surviving members of the expedition.Arranged by Leonard Huxley.With a
7893: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. INTRODUCES.; LLOYD. J. HENRY & SCOULLER. R. E. - TRADE UNIONISM FOR CLERKS.
7462: SEUSS. DR. - THE CAT IN THE HAT.
9270: SEUSS. DR. - YERTLE THE TURTLE AND OTHER STORIES.
7850: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD.; CONTRIBUTES, ON GOING TO CHURCH, IN. - THE SAVOY. An illustrated quarterly. Number1.
7885: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD.; CONTRIBUTES, THE THEATRE OF THE FUTURE, IN. - THE GRAND MAGAZINE. No. 1. February 1905.
7886: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD.; CONTRIBUTES, THE DARK LADY OF THE SONNETS, IN. - THE ENGLISH REVIEW. January 1911.
7862: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD.; CONTRIBUTES, HOW TO MAKE PLAYS READABLE, IN. - THE AUTHOR'S YEARBOOK AND GUIDE FOR 1904.
7737: SHERIDAN, RICHARD BRINSLEY.; SULLIVAN. EDMUND J. ILLUSTRATES. - THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. And THE RIVALS. With an introduction by Augustine Birrell, Q.C., M.P.
8910: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - THE OLD CENTURY. And Seven more Years.
7681: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. ---- MEMOIRS OF AN INFANTRY OFFICER. ---- SHERSTON'S PROGRESS.
7721: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - THE COMPLETE MEMOIRS OF GEORGE SHERSTON. Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting man. --- Memoirs of an Infantry Officer. --- Sherston's Progress.
7570: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. -- MEMOIRS OF AN INFANTRY OFFICER. -- SHERSTON'S PROGRESS.OGRESS.
8026: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. ------ MEMOIRS OF AN INFANTRY OFFICER. ------ SHERSTON'S PROGRESS.
8974: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. ---- MEMOIRS OF AN INFANTRY OFFICER. ---- SHERSTON'S PROGRESS.
7362: SASSOON. SIEGFRIED. - MEMOIRS OF A FOX-HUNTING MAN. -- MEMOIRS OF AN INFANTRY OFFICER. -- SHERSTON'S PROGRESS.
7347: FREUD. SIGMUND. - THE QUESTION OF LAY ANALYSIS. An introduction to Psycho-analysis. Translated by Nancy Procter-Gregg. With a foreword by Ernest Jones, M.D.
6689: FREUD.SIGMUND. - DAS UNBEHAGEN IN DER KULTUR. English title:Civilization and Its Discontents.
7900: FREUD. SIGMUND. - AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL STUDY. Authorized translation by James Strachey.
8401: SKUES. G. E. M. - THE WAY OF A TROUT WITH A FLY. And some further studies in Minor Tactics.
7160: BOSWORTH SMITH. R. - LIFE OF LORD LAWRENCE. With portraits and Maps.
8517: MAUGHAM. W. SOMERSET. - THE NARROW CORNER.
6874: MAUGHAM. W. SOMERSET. - DON FERNANDO. Or variations on some Spanish themes.
6641: MAUGHAM. W. SOMERSET. - THE GENTLEMAN IN THE PARLOUR. A record of a journey from Rangoon to Haiphong.
8546: MAUGHAM. W. SOMERSET. - DON FERNANDO. Or variations on some Spanish Themes.
9486: CHURCHILL. WINSTON L. SPENCER. - THE STORY OF THE MALAKAND FIELD FORCE. An episode of Frontier War.
9079: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENCER. - THE WORLD CRISIS. 1911-1914,1915,1916-1918-parts 1 and 2,The Aftermath, The Eastern Front.
7349: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENCER. - THE RIVER WAR. An Account of the Reconquest of the Soudan.
8911: CHURCHILL. WINSTON. SPENCER. - LONDON TO LADYSMITH. Via Pretoria.
8068: MILLIGAN. SPIKE. - SILLY VERSE FOR KIDS.
7023: BARSTOW.STAN. - A KIND OF LOVING.
7525: POTTER. STEPHEN. - SUPERMANSHIP.
7702: STREET. A. G. - FARMER'S GLORY. .
9255: GOODALL. JOHN STRICKLAND. - MANUSCRIPT MAQUETTE FOR THE BOOK, CREEPY CASTLE. Together with a smaller manuscript book proposal and the US first edition.
8915: STRONG, L. A. G. - THE OLD ARGO.
6532: AIKIN. JOHN.; EVANS. R. H. SUPPLEMENTS. - ESSAYS ON SONG WRITING. With a collection of such English Songs as are most eminent for poetical merit. A new edition with additions and corrections and a supplement.
7632: PLATH. SYLVIA. - A DAY IN JUNE.
9571: PLATH. SYLVIA. - ARIEL.
8818: TAYLOR. JANE & ANN. (PUBLISHED ANONYMOUSLY). GILBERT, SIR JOHN. ILLUSTRATES. - RHYMES FOR THE NURSERY. By the Authors of Original Poems. Illustrated Edition. With sixteen designs by Gilbert, Engraved by (Edward) Wright and (William A. )Folkard.
9041: TAYLOR. J. H. - TAYLOR ON GOLF. Impressions, Comments, and Hints. Fifth edition with new club directory, latest revised rules and lists of championships.
8309: HUGHES. TED. - CROW. From the life and songs of the Crow.
7522: HUGHES. TED. - SEASON SONGS.
8857: HUGHES. TED. - THE COMING OF THE KINGS. And other plays.
8860: HUGHES. TED. - LUPERCAL.
8864: HUGHES. TED. - A CROW HYMN.
6753: TELFORD, THOMAS. & DOUGLAS, JAMES. DODD, RALPH. DANCE, GEORGE. JESSOP, WILLIAM. DOUGLAS, JAMES. DODD, RALPH. DANCE, GEORGE. JESSOP, WILLIAM. - The Several Plans and Drawings Referred to in the Third Report from the Select Committee upon the Improvement of the Port of London. Ordered to be printed 28th July 1800. --- Volume of engravings of proposed London Bridges.
9655: RATTIGAN. TERENCE. - SEPARATE TABLES. Two Plays.
9272: SOUTHERN. TERRY. - FLASH AND FILIGREE.
9274: SOUTHERN. TERRY. - RED DIRT MARIJUANA AND OTHER TASTES.
9273: SOUTHERN. TERRY. - THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN.
8902: DURET. THEODORE. - MANET and the French Impressionists. Pisarro, Claude Monet, Sisley, Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Cézanne, Guillaumin. Translated by J. E. Crawford Flitch.
5891: HESBURGH.THEODORE M. - THE HUMAN IMPERATIVE. A challenge for the year 2000.Preface by Kingman Brewster,Jr.
6628: PARNELL. DR. THOMAS. - THE POETICAL WORKS. Containing those published by Mr. Pope. Together with his whole Posthumous pieces. In two volumes. With the Life of the Author.
8979: PYNCHON. THOMAS. - VINELAND. One of only 2 special copies.
4662: HARDY. THOMAS. - A GROUP OF NOBLE DAMES. That is to say The First Countess of Wessex, Barbara of the house of Grebe, The Marchioness of Stonehenge, Lady Mottisfont.....etc.
6119: PAINE. THOMAS. - RIGHTS OF MAN. Bound with RIGHTS OF MAN; PART THE SECOND. Combining Principle and Practice. Fourth and Fifth editions.
6801: LANGLEY. BATTY. ; LANGLEY. THOMAS. - THE BUILDER'S JEWEL. Or the Youth's instructor, and Workman's remembrancer. Explaining short and easy rules, made familiar to the meanest capacity, for drawing and working.....etc.
5852: DORE. GUSTAVE. ILLUSTRATES. ; HOOD. THOMAS. - POEMS.
9650: BROWNE. THOMAS. - RELIGIO MEDICI. Letter to a friend &c. and Christian Morals. Edited by W. A. Greenhill, M.D. Oxon.
7763: A KEMPIS. THOMAS. - OF THE IMITATION OF CHRIST. Now for the first time set forth in Rhythmic sentences according to the original intention of the author. Preface by the late H. P. Liddon.
6043: HUGHES. THOMAS. - TOM BROWNS SCHOOL DAYS. & TOM BROWN AT OXFORD. By An Old Boy.
1597: HOPE. THOMAS. - COSTUME OF THE ANCIENTS.
9641: LELAND. THOMAS. - THE HISTORY OF IRELAND. From the Invasion of Henry II. With a preliminary Discourse on the ancient state of that Kingdom. ---The Third Edition, corrected.
5526: ASHE. THOMAS. - TRAVELS IN AMERICA. Performed in the year 1806,for the purpose of exploring the Rivers Alleghany, Monongahela, Ohio, and Mississippi and ascertaining the produce and condition of their banks and vicinity.
9321: BEWICK. THOMAS. - A HISTORY OF BRITISH BIRDS. The Figures engraved on Wood by T. Bewick. ---- Vol.1. Containing the history and description of Land Birds; And a Supplement, with additional figures. - Vol.2. Containing the history and description of Water Birds.; And a Supplement, with additional figures.
8923: PAINE. THOMAS. (HODGSON. E.). - THE GENUINE TRIAL OF THOMAS PAINE, FOR A LIBEL CONTAINED IN THE SECOND PART OF RIGHTS OF MAN. At Guildhall, London, Dec. 18, 1792, before Lord Kenyon and a Special Jury: together with the Speeches at large of the Attorney-General and Mr. Erskine, and Authentic Copies of Mr. Paine's Letters to the Attorney-General and others, on the Subject of the Prosecution. Taken in short-hand by E. Hodgson.
9329: WILLIAMSON. THOMAS. - ORIENTAL FIELD SPORTS. Being a Complete, Detailed, and Accurate Description of the Wild Sports of the East; and Exhibiting , in a Novel and Interesting Manner, the Natural History of the Elephant, the Rhinoceros, the Tiger, the Leopard, the Bear, the Deer, the Buffalo, the Wolf, the Wild Hog, the Jackall, the Wild Dog, the Civet, and Other Undomesticated Animals: as Likewise the Different Species of Feathered Game, Fishes, and Serpents. The Whole Variety Interspersed with a Variety of Original, Authentic, and Curious Anecdotes,taken from the manuscript and designs of Captain Thomas Williamson, who served upwards of Twenty years in Bengal; The drawings by Samuel Howitt, made uniform in size, and engraved by the first Artists.
7973: SHERIDAN. THOMAS. - A GENERAL DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. One main object of which, is, to establish a plain and permanent standard of pronunciation. To which is prefixed, a Rhetorical Grammer.
8610: HARDY. THOMAS. - SELECTED POEMS OF THOMAS HARDY.
5448: THOMSON, HUGH. ILLUSTRATES. ; BARRIE. J. M. - QUALITY STREET. A comedy in four acts.
7880: SHAW. GEORGE BERNARD. CONTRIBUTES TO. - THE CENSORSHIP OF PLAYS. In the Office of The Lord Chamerlain. The case for abolition.
7645: TOLKIEN. J. R. R. - BEOWULF. THE MONSTERS AND THE CRITICS. Sir Israel Golancz Memorial Lecture. British Academy 1936.
5518: CLANCY.TOM. - THE HUNT FOR RED OCTOBER. A Novel.
8406: GALLON. TOM. - DEAD MAN'S LOVE.
7218: TOMBS. MAJOR GENERAL SIR HENRY. V.C., K.C.B., R.A. - MEMOIR. With One Photogravure frontispiece, and five illustrations.
9670: HOMER. ; T. E. SHAW (COLONEL T. E LAWRENCE ). TRANSLATES. - THE ODYSSEY OF HOMER.
9591: CHLUMBERG. HANS. -- CRANKSHAW. EDWARD. TRANSLATES. - MIRACLE AT VERDUN.
6088: MAETERLINCK.MAURICE.; SUTRO.ALFRED.TRANSLATES. - AGLAVAINE AND SELYSETTE. A Drama in five acts.With an introduction by J.W.Mackail.
7389: BULGAKOV. MIKHAIL.; GLENNY. MICHAEL. TRANSLATES. - THE MASTER AND MARGARITA. Translated from the Russian.
8320: MACHEN. ARTHUR. TRANSLATES. - THE HEPTAMERON. or Tales and Novels of Marguerite Queen of Navarre. Now First Completely Done into English Prose and Verse from the Original French by Arthur Machen.
6630: BOUCARD.ROBERT.; SOMERSET.CAPT.RAGLAN.TRANSLATES. - REVELATIONS FROM THE SECRET SERVICE. The Spy on Two Fronts.
5505: ARABIAN NIGHTS. ; BURTON. SIR RICHARD. TRANSLATES. - THE BOOK OF THE THOUSAND NIGHTS AND A NIGHT. A plain and literal translation of the Arabian Nights entertainments.
7899: FREUD. SIGMUND.; SPROTT. W. J. H. TRANSLATES. - NEW INTRODUCTORY LECTURES ON PSYCHO-ANALYSIS. The International Psycho-Analytical Library. Edited by Ernest Jones. No. 24.
9502: BULGAKOV. MIKHAIL. ; GLENNY. MICHAEL. TRANSLATES. - THE MASTER AND MARGARITA. Translated from the Russian.
7776: BRANGWYN. FRANK. ILLUSTRATES.; LANE. EDWARD WILLIAM. TRANSLATES. - THE THOUSAND & ONE NIGHTS. Or, Arabian Nights Entertainments. Translated by Edward W. Lane, with an introduction by Joseph Jacobs, and illustrations by Frank Brangwyn.
8843: AESOP. : CLARKE. H. TRANSLATES. - FABULAE AESOPI Selectae, or, Select FABLES OF AESOP. With an English Translation, more literal than any yet extant. Designed for the readier instruction of beginners in the Latin Tongue. The first Boston Edition, from a copy of the latest Edition printed in London.
9674: KASSON. GRACIA. AND TSCHANTRE. E. JR. - TIN TANS AT PLAY. A book for Children.
5866: DUTCH PROVINCIAL FASHION. ; ARTIST UNKNOWN. - KLEEDERDRAGTEN EN TYPEN DER BEWONERS VAN NEDERLAND.
8939: BIRO. VAL. - ORIGINAL WATER COLOUR ARTWORK FOR TALES FROM WIND IN THE WILLOWS. By Kenneth Grahame.
7401: VARIOUS AUTHORS.; WATT.; GEDDIE.; SENIOR,; WATSON.; BONNEY.; SABEL.; CAMERON.; STRONG. - THE RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN. Rivers of the South and West Coast. Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial.
7400: VARIOUS AUTHORS.; WATT.; GEDDIE.; HUTCHINGS,; WATSON.; BONNIE.; BRADBURY.; CAMERON.; SENIOR. - THE RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN. Rivers of the East Coast. Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial.
7816: WOOLF. VIRGINIA. - THE VOYAGE OUT.
3380: WOOLF. VIRGINIA. - THE VOYAGE OUT.
6111: WOOLF.VIRGINIA. - THE YEARS.
6415: WOOLF.VIRGINIA. - FLUSH. A Biography.
6808: WOOLF.VIRGINIA. - A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN.
8288: WOOLF. VIRGINIA. - THE MOMENT and other essays.
8290: WOOLF. VIRGINIA. - NIGHT AND DAY.
9113: WOOLF. VIRGINIA. - NIGHT AND DAY.
8179: WOOLF. VIRGINIA. - THE DEATH OF THE MOTH. And other Essays.
7163: VOLTAIRE. (FRANCOIS MARIE AROUET DE). - A DEFENCE OF MY UNCLE. Translated from the French.
9347: A FRENCH LADY. POSSIBLE PSEUDONYM OF MARIN J. GEORGE DE LA VOYE. - LE BABILLARD. An amusing introduction to the French Language. By a French Lady.
7699: EMERSON. RALPH WALDO. - REPRESENTATIVE MEN. Plato, Swedenborg, Montaigne, Shakespeare, Napoleon, Goethe. Issued in the Harrap Library.
7699: EMERSON. RALPH WALDO. - REPRESENTATIVE MEN. Plato, Swedenborg, Montaigne, Shakespeare, Napoleon, Goethe. Issued in the Harrap Library.

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