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THE REORGANISATION OF BRITISH RAILWAYS. THE RAILWAYS ACT 1921

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London. The Gray's Inn Press Ltd., n.d.:

Seller ID: 11248


London. The Gray's Inn Press Ltd., n.d.. Soft cover. second edition. Pages 97 + 2 pp. ads,approx.12.5 x 18cm, softcover. second edition. "Notes and Observations Mainly for the Information of the Staff Employed in the Railway Service of Great Britain." Ex-library, label on front cover; spine sunned. 110504A View more info

THE RECEPTION OF WOUNDED PRISONER SOLDIERS OF GREAT BRITAIN IN SWITZERLAND

By: N/A

Price: $6.00

Publisher: London, Jas. Truscott & Son, Ltd.: 1916

Seller ID: 000015740


Stapled pamphlet, 8 pages. Card covers. Historical Society name stamp on front cover, and inked number on page one. Staples rusted, else Very Good. World War I. 061507C View more info

PENGUINS. A Rtrospect 1935-1951.

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Made and printed in Great Britain by Hazell, Watson & Viney Ltd, Aylesbury and London: circa 1955

Seller ID: 000016393

Condition: Very good


Stapled booklet, 18 pages. Light "fingering" on bottom outer corner. 021210D View more info

All the Treaties Between the United States and Great Britain; From the Definitive Treaty of Peace, signed at Paris, 1783; To the Treaty of Peace, Signed at Ghent, 1814.

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Boston, Printed by E. G. House, Congress-Street., Published by order of The House of Representatives of Massachusetts: 1815

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000016797

Condition: Good


Octavo, vellum spine over boards, 48 pages. Some foxing throughout. Includes: The Definitive Treaty between Great Britain and the Thirteen United States of America; Jay's Treaty; Convention, of Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, returned unratified by Mr. Jefferson, in 1803; Monroe and Pinkney's Treaty(rejected by President Jefferson); Treaty of Peace (1814). 070400A. Revolutionary War, War of 1812. View more info

PROCEEDINGS ON THE OCCASION OF THE PRESENTATION TO MR. CHARLES W. AMES OF THE CROSS OF THE LEGION OF HONOR BY DR. MARCEL KNECHT, Chevalier of The Legion of Honor, Member of the French High Commission, Director of Official French Bureau of Information, President of the Foreign Press Correspondents' Association, Representing Ambassador Jules J. Jusserand.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Publisher: St. Paul, Minnesota, privately published: 1912

Edition: first edition

Seller ID: 000017415

Condition: Very good


Small octavo, cream-colored cloth spine over blue boards, 39 pages. Color frontis. illustration of the medal of Chevalier de la Legion d'Honneur. Some wear and light soil on covers. Ames and his wife Mary were active during World War I and after in charities that provided war relief to those in France and Great Britain. Later, during World War II, two of their daughters were also active in war relief for France and England. Many of these organizations were headquartered in the Ames home in St. Paul. 090617A View more info

THE ROSE OF LIMA in LIBERTY MAGAZINE, issue of October 25, 1941

By: (Hergesheimer, Joseph) et al.

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Macfadden Publications: 1941

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000015805

Condition: Very good


Complete issue of Liberty magazine, 66 pages. Includes 5 page story, "Rose of Lima" by Joseph Hergesheimer. Also includes the short story "A Letter To Bill" by George E. Magee, and "Girls Get Everything Backward" by Samuel W. Taylor. Serials: "Breath of Life--Part V" by Faith Baldwin; "Tomorrow We March--Part X" by Oscar Schisgall; "Escape From Hell--Conclusion." by Barbara Podawicz. Articles include, among others: "Yoo-Hoo! Have We Got A Sissy Army?" by George E. Sokolsky; "What You Can Do For Civilian Defense" by Fred Allhoff; &... View more info

THE FOURTH OF JULY IN LONDON.

By: Balfour and Page

Price: $10.00

Publisher: London, Darling & Son Ltd: n.d. (ca. 1916, 1917)

Seller ID: 000015286

Condition: Very good


Stapled pamphlet, 11 pages. Inked number on bottom of first page. Two speeches; the first by Hon. Walter Hines Page; the second by the Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour. Walter Hines Page was the U.S. ambassador to Great Britain during World War I. Balfour was the Foreign Secretary for Great Britain at the time of this publication. 112706A View more info

POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND PUBLIC ORDER. A Study of British Fascism

By: Benewick, Robert

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London, Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, (1969),: 1969

Edition: F

Seller ID: 10069


London, Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, (1969),, 1969. F. Hardcover. first edition. Pages 340,octavo, hardcover, first edition. Includes black and white photo repros. Book is in near Fine condition; dust jacket has a one inch tear and some creasing and wear at edges, Fair. View more info

DAWNING OF THE RAJ. The Life and Trials of Warren Hastings

By: Bernstein, Jeremy

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Chicago, Ivan R. Dee, 2000,: 2000

Edition: First edition

Seller ID: 10067

ISBN: 1566632811

Condition: Fine


Chicago, Ivan R. Dee, 2000,, 2000. First edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. Pages 319,octavo, hardcover. Includes 22 black and white illustrations. Book and dust jacket in Fine condition, F/F. Publicity sheet laid in. 100104A ISBN: 1566632811 View more info

THE ROMANCE OF ST. GEORGE'S CHAPEL WINDSOR CASTLE

By: Blackburne, Harry W

Price: $8.00

Publisher: London, Rapahel Tuck & Sons, 1947,: 1947

Seller ID: 10057


London, Rapahel Tuck & Sons, 1947,, 1947. Hardcover. new edition. Pages 80,octavo, hardcover, new edition. New edition with additional chapters by M. F. Bond. Preface by Rev. S. L. Ollard. Includes black and white photo repros. Former owner name on front endpaper, Very Good. Without a dust jacket. 100104A View more info

BURNE-JONES. The Paintings, Graphic and Decorative Work of Sir Edward Burne-Jones 1833-98.

By: Burne-Jones, Sir Edward.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, The Arts Council of Great Britain: 1975

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 000016041

ISBN: 0728700727

Condition: Very good


Hayward Gallery, London, 5 November 1975-4 January 1976; Southampton Art Gallery 24 January-22 February 1976; City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham 10 March-11 April 1976. Quarto, card covers. Include black and white and color illustrations. 100 pages. Includes Chronology, Bibliography, and Exhibitions. Some creasing at cover edges, still Very Good. 121809A View more info

MR MADISON'S WAR. A Dispassionate Inquiring Into the Reasons Alleged by Mr. Madison For Declaring an Offensive and ruinous War Against Great Britain. Together With Some Suggestions As To A Peacable and Constitutional Mode of Averting That Dreadful Calamity.

By: By A New England Farmer (John Lowell LLD)

Price: $90.00

Publisher: Boston, Printed by Russell & Cutler: 1812

Edition: third edition

Seller ID: 000015620

Condition: near Fine


Octavo, x + [1], 4-63 pages. Black cloth spine over cream paper-covered boards. 061508A View more info

BRITANNIA: or a Chorographical Description of Great Britain and Ireland, Together with the Adjacent Islands. ...Translated into English, with Additions and Improvements, Revised, Digested, and Published with Large Additions by Edmund Gibson, D.D.

By: Camden, William.

Price: $4,000.00

Publisher: London, James and John Knapton, John Darby et Alios: 1730

Edition: New and Expanded Edition

Seller ID: 000017464

Condition: Very good


Two volumes, folios, full calf. Illustrated with 10 copperplates and 51 maps; frontispiece engraving of Camden by R. White; maps of England and the Counties by Robert Morden. The self-described Second Edition. This classic of the United Kingdom was translated from the Latin original, and expanded by Bishop Edmund Gibson (former librarian at Lambeth). The English Short Title Catalog, no. N15690, dates this scarce edition to "1730"?. [Brunet I. 1511; Sowerby 326 (1600 text in Latin), 327 (1753 3d ed.); PMM 101 [the 1586 ed.]. Title pages printed in red and black; text printed in 1536 dou... View more info

WHY MAIL CENSORSHIP IS VITAL TO BRITAIN.

By: Cecil, Lord Robert and Maurice De Bunsen.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: London, Jas. Truscott & Son, Ltd.: 1916

Seller ID: 000015690

Condition: Very good


An Interview With The Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Cecil, Minister of Blockade. Together with a brief Memorandum on the American Note dealing with the Censorship of Mails, by The Rt. Hon. Sir Maurice De Bunsen. Stapled pamphlet, 9 pages. Historical Society stamp on front cover, inked number on title page, else Very Good. 012204A View more info

A HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING PEOPLES. 4 VOLUMES

By: Churchill, Winston S.

Price: $200.00

Publisher: Norwalk, CT, The Easton Press: (1992)

Seller ID: 000013812

Condition: Near Fine


Octavos, full navy leather with gilt decorations and red leather labels on spine; silk moire endpapers, ribbon markers, all edges gilt. Black and white illustrations. Each volume has a former owner bookplate attached to the page opposite the half-title page, else Fine condition. 020117A View more info

SIR RICHARD STEELE

By: Connely, Willard,

Price: $15.00

Publisher: NY, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934,: 1934

Edition: F

Seller ID: 10072


NY, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934,, 1934. F. Hardcover. first printing. Pages 462,octavo, hardcover, first printing. Includes index, notes, black and white frontis. Maroon cloth covers, spine a bit dulled, but Very Good. Without a dust jacket. 100104A View more info

GLENCAIRN (Dumfriesshire). The Annals of An Inland Parish.

By: Corrie, John.

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Dumfries, Thos. Hunter & Co.,: 1910

Edition: First

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 000015810

Condition: Very good


Frontispiece by James Paterson. Octavo, maroon cloth covers with gilt titles, xii [2] 220 pages. Includes Black and white illustrations, map outlined in red, bibliography, and index. One corner bumped, light wear, spotting on covers. Inscribed by the author to his sister, Jane, and dated February 1911. 040414B View more info

The British Workman Defends His Home.

By: Crooks, Will.

Price: $7.00

Publisher: London, Thw Whitwell Press: 1917

Seller ID: 000015140

Condition: Very Good


Stapled pamphlet, approx. 5" by 7 3/4", 12 pages. Paper covers with photo reproduction on front, presumably of the author. Very light soil on rear cover; staple is rusty. Inked numbers at bottom margin of page 3. 021210A View more info

RAILWAY RATES, CHARGES, AND REGULATIONS OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

By: Davies, Joseph

Price: $20.00

Publisher: London, McCorquodale & Co., Ltd.: n.d. but ca. 1888

Seller ID: 000014015

Condition: Fair


London: McCorquodale & Co., Ltd., n.d. but ca. 1888. Hardcover. Fair. Being A Summary of the Railway Rates and Charges (Order Confirmation) Acts, 1891 and 1892, And of the Acts Passed from 1854 to 1888 For the General Regulation of Railways. Together with the Railway Clearing House Classification, and the Scales of charges agreed between the companies for the Conveyance of Small Parcels, Carriages, and Explosive and Dangerous Goods. Ex John Crerar Library copy. The backstrip cloth/ spine is missing, cover corners worn; text is complete and in Very Good condition. 021210E View more info

MICROCOSM or, A Picturesque Delineation of the Arts, Agriculture, and Manufactures of Great Britain in a Series of above a Thousand Groups of Small Figures for the Embellishment of Landscape

By: Drawn and Etched by William Henry Pyne. Explanations of the plates by C. Gray

Price: $150.00

Publisher: New York, Benjamin Blom: 1971

Edition: reprint

Seller ID: 12784

Condition: Very Good


Pages 284 + 1 page of errata,small quarto. Aquatinted by J. Hill. Two volumes in one. Introduction by A. E. Santaniello. Reprint of: Picturesque Groups For the Embellishment of Landscape in a Series of About One Thousand Subjects, first published in London, 1806. 010608A View more info