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The Marchants Avizo, 1589.

By: [BROWNE, John], Merchant. Edited by Patrick McGrath, University of Bristol.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Baker Library, Harvard Graduate School, Boston, Massachusetts:, 1957., 0

Seller ID: 3247

Condition: Fair


Imperial 8vo., ppxxvi, [ii] acknowledgements, blank, 64, [2] blank. Saddle stapled in Yapp style wrappers (a little faded), printed title label with decorative border. A sound copy. READ 2961 'An important manual of instructions'. LEVINE 1081. View more info

An Account of the Roman Antiquities preserved in the Museum at Chesters, Northumberland. To which is added a series of chapters describing the excavations made by the late John Clayton, Esquire, F.S.A., at Cilurnum, Procolitia, Borcovicus, and other sites on the Roman wall.

By: [BUDGE, Ernest Alfred Wallis, Sir].

Price: £43.00

Publisher: Gilbert & Rivington:, 1907., 0

Seller ID: 3148

Condition: Good


Second edition, revised. Demy 8vo., pp xvi, 432 and with 100 illustrations and a sketch map of the Roman wall. Publisher's half cloth gilt, printed titling on paper boards (extemities slightly rubbed, some browning). A good tight copy. View more info

Memoir of Cosmo Innes.

By: [BURTON, Katherine: Mrs John Hill Burton].

Price: £45.00

Publisher: Edinburgh: William Paterson: 1874., 0

Seller ID: 006811

Condition: Fine


Slim small 4to., 20.5 cms., pp vii, [i] blank, 83, [1] blank (a small amount of foxing at beginning and end). Publisher's chocolate brown cloth over bevelled boards, titled in gilt and ruled in black. Inner hinges slightly tender, a fine copy overall. With the contemporary ownership signature of G. L. L. Constable 1874, on half-title. The rather scarce original edition. Innes was an advocate and Scottish judge, as well as an historian and antiquary. He helped compile and edit the Acts of the Scottish Parliament 1124-1707. View more info

Camden's Britannia. Surrey & Sussex.

By: [CAMDEN, William].

Price: £15.00

Publisher: Hutchinson:, 1977., 0

Seller ID: 923

Condition: Fine


From the edition of 1789 by Richard Gough. Annotated and edited by Gordon J. Copley. Slim crown 4to., pp [xxxii], 80 and illustrated from old engravings and a double-page map after J. Cary. Cloth gilt in dustjacket (slightly marked). A fine fresh copy. View more info

L'Art de Vérifier les Dates des Faits Historiques, des chartes, des chroniques et autres anciens monumens, depuis la naissance de notre-seigneur, par le moyen d'une table chronologique [etc] ... par un religiuex de la Congrégationde S. Maur.

By: [CLEMENT, Dom François].

Price: £1,200.00

Publisher: A Paris, Alexandre Jombert Jeune, rue Dauphine, près du Pont-Neuf: 1783-87., 0

Seller ID: 3947

Condition: Very Good


Third edition, revised, corrected and augmented. Crown folio, 37 cms, pp [iv], xli, [i] table chronologique, qui contient; [2] tables, 850 and similar in volumes II & III. Well margined and clean, fresh text. Fully bound in polished tan calf, gilt fillets on boards, backstrips in seven compartments with gilt ruled and fleurons within. Volume II has been rebacked, old on new, with top compartment re-tooled on newer calf with partially matching tooling. Gilt fillets on turn-ins. Hinges on volumes I and III a little cracked but still good and firm on cords. Marbled endpapers and edges. Wi... View more info

The Historie and Life of King James the Sext: Being an Account of the Affairs of Scotland, from the year 1566, to the year 1596; with a short continuation to the year 1617.

By: [COLVILLE, Sir John Rupert ?] [Edited by Thomas Thomson, 1768-1852].

Price: £125.00

Publisher: Printed at Edinburgh for the Bannatyne Club: 1825., 1825

Seller ID: 3911

Condition: Very Good


Large post 4to., 26 cms, pp [viii], XXII preliminary notice, 446. Later binders cloth, gilt rules and title to backstrip. A fine copy. Privately printed for the Bannatyne Club (Sir Walter Scott, Bart. President), and according to the Cambridge University Library catalogue this edition was limited to only 202 copies. No. 13 of the club's publications. A tall copy. READ (2nd ed.) 5308 'MS. from marquis of Lothian's library. Authorship unknown, but attributed to John Colville. Written between 1588 and 1597'. View more info

The World Encompassed and Analogous Contemporary Documents Concerning Sir Francis Drake's Circumnavigation of the World [1577-1580] with an Appreciation of the Achievement by Sir Richard Carnac Temple, Bt.

By: [DRAKE, Sir Francis].

Price: £30.00

Publisher: Cooper Square, New York: (1926) 1969., 0

Seller ID: 2528

Condition: Very Good


Large royal 8vo., pp lxv, [5] including a facsimile of the original title-page, 235, [9] blank and with 8 other illustrations. Blue cloth, lettered spine (lettering lightly rubbed). A very good copy. View more info

The Journal and Correspondence of William, Lord Auckland. With a Preface and Introduction by the Right Hon. and Right Rev. The Bishop of Bath and Wells.

By: [EDEN, Robert John]. 3rd Baron Auckland.

Price: £85.00

Publisher: Richard Bentley: 1861., 0

Seller ID: 1300

Condition: Very Good


Stout demy 8vo., pp xx, 533 with a steel engraved portrait by Joseph Brown after Nathaniel Dance (offset to title a little) and pp viii, 520 with a portrait of Lady Auckland with a child on her lap (slightly offset to title). A few leaves at beginning and end lightly spotted, the majority of the text clean and fresh. Half calf, blind tooled, gilt labels (fore-corners shelf worn), marbled sides. Marbled edges and endpapers (outer one third of lower endpaper in volume 2 neatly clipped away). Generally a good copy. Two volumes. Covers the period 1778 to 1793. At the end of volume 1 is a li... View more info

A Transcript of the Registers of the Worshipful Company of Stationers: From 1640-1708 A.D.

By: [EYRE, George Edward Briscoe] King's Printer and Master of the Stationers' Company.

Price: £125.00

Publisher: (Privately Printed, London: 1913) Peter Smith, Gloucester, Mass.: 1967., 1967

Seller ID: 006784

Condition: Fine


Facsimile reprint. Large royal 8vo., 26 cms. Volume I. 1640-1655, pp vi, [ii] contents & a blank, 488. Volume II. 1655-1675, pp [vi], 512. Volume III. 1675-1708, pp [vi], 500, [2] 'Deo Laudem' and a blank. Publisher's scarlet cloth titled in black. A fine, fresh set of this invaluable source. Three volumes. View more info

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The Resolution Of This Case Of Conscience, Whether the Church of England's Symbolizing so far as it doth with the Church of Rome, makes it Unlawful to hold Communion with the Church of England?

By: [FOWLER, Edward, 1632-1714].

Price: £48.00

Publisher: Printed by Henry Hills, Jun. for Fincham Gardiner at the White Horse in Ludgate-Street: 1683., 0

Seller ID: 3387

Condition: Good


First edition. 4to., 21cm x 18cm. pp [ii] title & blank, 54. Stab sewn and uncut as issued with deckles remaining. Some age dusting and soiling especially on lower leaf. Nicely preserved in a purpose made card folder with printed title label to upper flap. ESTC R9491. JAMES catalogue, Lampeter 2195. WING F1713. Not in Library of Congress. A contemporary ink inscription on title page attributes the work: By Dr ffowler. Henry Hills, printer, died 1713. A second edition was published the same year followed by another in 1684. View more info

Perimedes, The Blacke-Smith. A golden methode, how to vse the minde in pleasant and profitable exercise [etc]. With an introduction by J. Payne Collier.

By: [GREENE, Robert].

Price: £24.00

Publisher: (Iohn Wolfe, for Edward White: 1588) [Shakespeare Society: 1870]., 0

Seller ID: 740

Condition: Good


Foolscap 4to., pp ii, [ii], 71 uncut and unopened. Publisher's printed wrappers (soiled). Library of Congress 17 - 24464. Originally printed in black letter. Discrete rubber stamp inside lower wrapper - F. S. L. Dupl.?Folger Shakespeare Library. View more info

The New World in the Treasures of an Old European Library. Die Neue Welt in den Schätzen einer alten europäischen Bibliothek.

By: [HAASE, Yorck Alexander & JANTZ, Harold, Ausstellung und Katalog.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: Exhibition of the Duke August Library. Herzog August Bibliothek: Wolfenbüttel: 1976., 0

Seller ID: 006020

Condition: Good


Copy 4to., 26 cms, pp 164 and with71 figures. Flush cut in publisher's light card covers (small stain on lower outer cover), printed in full colour. A good copy. View more info

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. Small, and not significant, waterstain at bottom outer margin of title-page. Printed in an edition of only 140 copies of wh... 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 accurate account of the relationship between Chauvelin and Fleury is in an anonymous volume publish in England, perhaps written b... View more info

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

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 and latin. All round a good, sound copy of a scarce title. Bannatyne Club publication No. 84. View more info