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The Catechism Set Forth by Archbishop Hamilton Printed at Saint Andrews-1551 together with The Two-Penny Faith 1559.

By: [HAMILTON, John]. With a Preface by Rev. Professor Mitchell.

Price: £95.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, William Paterson:, 1882., 0

Seller ID: 3830

Condition: Very Good


Demy 8vo., 22 cms, pp [iv], half-title, limitation details, title, blank; xxxii historical notice; xxv 'the catechisme' in black letter, [i] blank; ccix folios of the main text in black letter; [iv] in roman type introduction to A Godly Exhortation; [iv] in black letter. Edges uncut with deckles remaining. Publisher's cloth with original paper letter-piece, decorative endapers (cracked over hinges but joints still firm). First and last leaves browned on outer sides. ... View more info

Descent of the Most Noble Race of Percy, Earls and Dukes of Northumberland; from Public and Private Archives, Chronicles, Manuscript Sources of Evidence, Historians, Dugdale, Edmondson, Collins, and other authorities.

By: [HARTSHORNE, Charles Henry, 1802-1865]

Price: £24.00

Publisher: [London?: for private distribution]: [1857?], 0

Seller ID: 3262

Condition: Good


Folio, 31cm x 25cm, pp [8] (large waterstain to all leaves at bottom gutter area). Original grained cloth with gilt title Descent of Percy and armorial roundel to upper board. Published as part of Illustrations of Alnwick, Prudhoe and Warkworth by C. Jewitt. The pedigrees here printed contain a wealth of detail. View more info

The First and Second Parts of John Hayward's The Life and Raigne of King Henrie IIII. Edited with an introduction by John J.Manning.

By: [HAYWARD, John].

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Royal Historical Society: 1991., 0

Seller ID: 1176

Condition: Fine


Demy 8vo., pp [viii], 264. Publisher's pale cream case lettered in gilt on black panel. A very crisp fine copy. View more info

The First and Second Parts of John Hayward's The Life and Raigne of King Henrie IIII. Edited with an introduction by John J. Manning, M.A., Ph.D. The University of Connecticut.

By: [HAYWARD, John].

Price: £14.00

Publisher: Royal Historical Society:, 1991., 0

Seller ID: 2483

Condition: Very Good


Demy 8vo., pp [viii], 264. The society's cream case with gilt title on black panel. A very good copy. Camden fourth series, volume 42. View more info

The Church of Asinou, Cyprus, and its Frescoes.

By: [HICKS, Frederick], SEYMER, Vivian, BUCKLER, W. H. and BUCKLER, Mrs W. H.

Price: £9.00

Publisher: Society of Antiquaries: 1933., 0

Seller ID: 3466

Condition: Fine


Extract from Archaeologia, volume lxxxiii. Small royal 4to., pp 327-350 and with figures and 8 plates. Nicely sewn into modern light card wrappers, title label. A fine copy. View more info

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A Defence of the Enquiry into the Reasons of the Conduct of Great-Britain, &c. Occasioned by the Paper published in the Country-Journal or Crafts-man on Saturday, Jan. 4, 1728-9. By the Author of the Enquiry.

By: [HOADLY, Benjamin].

Price: £68.00

Publisher: London: Printed, and Sold by Ja. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane: 1729., 1729

Seller ID: 006403

Condition: Very Good


Small 4to., 21 cms, pp 40 (pages 19-21 have been sewn upside down and back to front). Uncut a issued with deckles. Modern light card covers with printed title-label. A very good, as issued, copy. Benjamin Hoadly, 1676-1761, Bishop of Winchester. Another edition was issued at Edinburgh the same year by Baskett and Company. View more info

Image for Memoirs of the Life and Administration of the late Andrew-Hercules de Fleury, cardinal of the Roman Church, formerly Bishop of Frejus, Prime-Minister to his Most Chri-stian Majesty Lewis XV.  In which are likewise contain'd Some remarkable Circumstances relating to the fall of M. Chauvelin, Keeper of the Seals; and the Rise of Cardinal Tençin.  By an Impartial Hand.

Memoirs of the Life and Administration of the late Andrew-Hercules de Fleury, cardinal of the Roman Church, formerly Bishop of Frejus, Prime-Minister to his Most Chri-stian Majesty Lewis XV. In which are likewise contain'd Some remarkable Circumstances relating to the fall of M. Chauvelin, Keeper of the Seals; and the Rise of Cardinal Tençin. By an Impartial Hand.

By: [HOEY, Abraham van.] Sometimes attributed to, 1684-1766.

Price: £95.00

Publisher: London: printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms, in Warwick-lane: 1743., 1743

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 006405

Condition: Near Fine


First edition. 8vo., 19.5 cms., pp [ii] title & blank, 101, [1] blank. First and last pages dusted a little. Large woodcut fleuron on last page. [Price One Shilling and Six-pence] in brackets at foot of title-page. Sewn in modern wrappers with printed title label. A near fine, well margined copy. ESTC T1055449 and also ESTC T205873 for the 2nd edition. Germain Louis de Chauvelin, 1685-1762. Pierre Guérin de Tençin, 1679-1758. 'An interesting and possibly accu... View more info

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Carte Monialium de Northberwic. Prioratus Cisterciensis B. Marie de Northberwic Munimenta Vetusta Que Supersunt.

By: [INNES, Cosmo N., edited by].

Price: £60.00

Publisher: [T. Constable for the Bannatyne Club] Edinburgh: 1847., 1847

Seller ID: 006371

Condition: Good


4to., 27.5 cms., pp [xl], 99, [1] blank on mould-made paper, uncut. With facsimile as a frontispiece (spotted) and 3 other facsimiles (one in colour and one fold-out), 2 text figures and 6 tinted plates of tiles at the end. A couple of sections browned due to the variability of the paper stock used. Old half brown morocco, broen cloth sides, a bit rubbed at extremities, paper cracked over upper inner hinge but good and tight on the cords, title gilt. Text in English ... View more info

Liber Cartarum Sancte Crucis. Munimenta Ecclesie Sancte Crucis de Edwinesburg.

By: [INNES, Cosmo Nelson (edited by), 1798-1874].

Price: £110.00

Publisher: Edinburgh: Printed by T. Constable for The Bannatyne Club: 1840., 0

Seller ID: 5791

Condition: Very Good


Demy 4to., 28 cms., pp cxxxvi, [ii] blank, 333, [3] uncut with deckles (some light, intermittent spotting on a minority of leaves). With tissue-guarded vignettes at pages xv, lvii and lxxxiii, a handsome, guarded, engraved plate of the King's Palace, Holy Rood House; 4 colour facsimile documents with initials; a large fold-out facsimile; 2 facsimiles with drop seals; 2 other facsimiles; 7 text engravings of seals and ciphers; and 5 guarded plates of seals at the end. W... View more info

Registrum Episcopatus Moraviensis E Pluribus Codicibus Consarcinatum Circa A.D. MCCCC. Cum Continuatione Diplomatum Recentiorum Usque Ad A.D. MDCXXIII.

By: [INNES, Cosmo, 1798-1874] edited by.

Price: £195.00

Publisher: Bannatyne Club: Edinburgh: 1837., 0

Seller ID: 006560

Condition: Fine


Thick large post 4to., 26 cms., pp [xii], xlviii, [iv] text in letterpress of the facsimiles, [iv] list of plates, errata, xxiv tabula, 476, xl, indexes nominum & locorum. Fore- and tail-edges uncut. With 9 facsimiles, a double-page map of 1640 and 2 plates of seals. Half brown morooco, cloth sides, raised bands blind ruled, gilt title on backstrip. Backstrip age-darkened, endpaper over upper inner hinge cracked but joint is still tight and firm. All-in-all a fine c... View more info

The Journal of Thomas Juxon, 1644-1647. Edited by Keith Lindley and David Scott.

By: [JUXON, Thomas].

Price: £18.00

Publisher: Cambridge University Press for the Royal Historical Society: 1999., 0

Seller ID: 1157

Condition: Fine


Demy 8vo., pp x, 214. Case gilt in pictorial dustjacket. A very bright and crisp copy. View more info

The Canadian Historical Review Index. Volumes XXXI-LI 1950-70.

By: [MACLEOD, Laura].

Price: £19.00

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto and Buffalo: 1974., 0

Seller ID: 4366

Condition: Good


Large royal 8vo., pp [viii], 219, [1] blank. Publisher's black bookcloth (bruised on tail edge of upper board), lettered in silver. A clean copy. With an index prepared by Audrey Douglas. View more info

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The Gold-Headed Cane.

By: [MACMICHAEL, William]. Foreward by James J. Waring and a Preface by William J. Kerr.

Price: £19.00

Publisher: Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois: 1953., 1953

Seller ID: 006255

Condition: Near Fine


New edition. 4to., 26 cms., pp xxxii, [iv], 186, [2]. Publisher's stone coloured cloth over boards, lettered over black panel, decorative cartridge dustjacket. Illustrated. Uncut and almost entirely unopened. A near fine copy. 'If this the Gold-Headed Cane could speak it would say: I derive my being from The Cane, which was carried from 1689 to 1825 successively by five distinguished British physicians: Radcliffe, Mead, Askew, Pitcairn and Baiillie; and which no... View more info

Brasenose College Quatercentenary Monographs.

By: [MADAN, Falconer] edited by.

Price: £85.00

Publisher: Printed for the College at the Clarendon Press and sold by B. H. Blackwell, Oxford: 1909., 0

Seller ID: 3552

Condition: Good


Thick, and volume II fat, demy 8vo. Variously paged, engravings of the college arms as frontispieces, illustrations (some folded), maps plans and portraits. Includes a bibliography entitled Books relating to the college as monograph VIII. Includes bibliographical footnotes and indexes. Publisher's blind ruled buckram gilt. Heads of backstrips very slightly worn. Very good copies. Monograph III is on The Architectural History of the Buildings. The original publicat... View more info

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Considerations on the Present German War.

By: [MAUDUIT, Israel, 1708-1787].

Price: £49.00

Publisher: London: Printed for John Wilkie, at the Bible, in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1761., 1761

Seller ID: 006418

Condition: Very Good


Fourth edition. 8vo., 20.5 cms., pp 144. Half-title and last page dusted. Modern grey papered boards (lightly faded), printed paper title-label on backstrip. A very good copy. Contemporary ownership signature of: Ed. Cary on title-page. Concerns over the Seven Years War, 1756-1763. View more info

The Prison and the Pinnacle. Papers to commemorate the tercentenary of Paradise Regained and Samson Agonistes 1671-1971.

By: [MILTON, John]. Edited by Balachandra Rajan.

Price: £16.00

Publisher: Routledge & Kegan Paul: 1973., 0

Seller ID: 1231

Condition: Very Good


Demy 8vo., pp x, 163, [1]. Publisher's silver lettered cloth, clipped dustjacket (a little marked). A very good copy. View more info

Worcestershire Nuggets.

By: [NOAKE, J.]. An Old Digger.

Price: £58.00

Publisher: Worcester, Deighton & Co: 1889., 0

Seller ID: 1657

Condition: Very Good


Foolscap 8vo., pp [ii], iv, [ii] contents leaf, 386 and with a portrait frontispiece of the author. Publisher's violet silk over boards, neatly rebacked at some time, blocked in blind. Gilt spine title (dull). Internally clean and crisp. A very good, tight copy. Includes the Valor Ecclesiasticus of Henry VIII of 1535. View more info

Analytical Index to the Series of Records Known as the Remembrancia. Preserved Among the Archives of The City of London. A.D. 1579-1664.

By: [OVERALL, W. H. and OVERALL, H. C.] compiled by.

Price: £70.00

Publisher: Privately printed for The Corporation of the City of London by E.J. Francis & Co, Took's Court and Wine Office Court: 1878., 0

Seller ID: 2411

Condition: Good


Royal 8vo., pp [xviii], 623, [1] colophon. Publisher's blind ruled armorial cloth gilt, lightly worn at extremities. Paper cracked over inner hinges but still frim on the mull. A good copy. Presentation copy from the Corporation, with bookplate to the antiquary W. J. Simpson, D.D., F.S.A. and with presentation letter from W. H. Overall tipped-in at end. Bookplate of Norman G. Brett James on front free endpaper. Later ownership inscription of Peter Raban, The White H... View more info

The Notebook of John Penry 1593. From the original in the Huntingdon Library.

By: [PENRY, John]. PEEL, Albert (editor).

Price: £18.00

Publisher: Royal Historical Society: 1944., 0

Seller ID: 311

Condition: Very Good


4to., pp xxviii, 99, 2 facsimiles. Blind ruled cloth gilt (sunned on spine and a narrow strip of upper board). Very good. 'On 29 may 1593 John Penry, a young Welshman thirty years of age, and 'one of the finest spirits of an age exceptionally rich in spiritual and intellectual achievement, was executed at St. Thomas a Watering, London'. Camden 3rd series, vol LXVII. MILNE C 234. View more info

Platon Skrifter. I Svensk Tolking.

By: [PLATO]. Lindskog, Claes.

Price: £195.00

Publisher: Stockholm, Hugo Gebers Förlag: 1920-1926., 0

Seller ID: 3363

Condition: Good


Small royal 8vo., pp xi, [i] blank, 391, [1] blank and with a portrait; pp [viii], 379, [i] blank; pp [viii], 436; pp [vi], 554; pp viii, [ii], 657, [1] blank, [2] Dialogernas Placering and pp [viii], 238. Top edges gilt. Half grained calf, marbled paper sides, gilt fillets. Tooled gilt backstrips and titles. Original upper wrappers bound in. Binder's tickets of Östermalms Bokbinderi, Stockholm. Some inner hinges very slightly strained just exposing a glimpse of m... View more info