GARRICK, David (1717-79). (Alteration by). Katharine and Petruchio. A Comedy in Three Acts, Altered by David Garrick, From the Taming of the Shrew, by William Shakespeare. With Illustrations by R. Cruikshank. (Lacy’s Acting Edition). 8vo. London: Thomas Hailes Lacy, [no date c. 1866].
Poultry/Eggs Interest – [KARSWOOD COMPANY]. Fortunes From Eggs. Being a collection of actual results obtained by the leading poultry breeders, and the most wide-awake poultry keepers. Done into a book by the Karswood Company of Manchester, England, in the year one thousand nine hundred and nineteen. Colour plates within the text (as part of page count), other illustrations within the text. Sections within include: “Preparing Fowls For Exhibition….”, “The Intensive System”, “How To Rear Every Chick to Maturity”, “White Leghorns. Which Breed To Keep”, “Poultry Houses And Runs”. N.B. :The advice given within this book is of its time and may not be accurate any more! PROVENANCE: Previous owner’s signature inside on front endpaper and initials on front paste-down. 8vo. Manchester: Karswood, [no date. c.1919/20].
A Scientific Discourse. For Thoughtful Minds. . GORDON , Murray and Co. Ltd. A Scientific Discourse. For Thoughtful Minds. A Record of Facts, Principles and Discoveries. Free (or Unoxidised) Phosphorus in its relation to the Improvement and Preservation of Human Life on Earth. 8pp. 8vo. [London]: Gordon Murray & Co, .
King’s Lynn Interest – [ANON]. Martial-Lore. -15,  pp. Interior: pages age toned. Exterior: Tan/yellow wrappers, detached, tearing and chipping, some marks. Relating to military matters in 17th/18th century. Reprinted from ‘The Lynn Advertiser’, Lynn, 1918.
Rev. J. JONES’ A Sermon Preached in St. Andrew’s Church, Liverpool, On Sunday, The 23rd November 1828. 30pp. Interior: Occasional light spotting, some creasing, no Half-Title. Binding: dis-bound (i.e. without boards). 8vo. Liverpool, 1828.
JONES, Rev. J. A Sermon Preached At Parish Church of St. Peter, Liverpool On Tuesday, 18th June, 1822. Being The Time of the Yearly Meeting of the Children Educated in the Charity Schools Connected with the Established Church in that Town. , 26pp. Interior: pages age toned, occasional spotting, a few closed tears/tears, creasing to top right hand corner throughout. Binding: dis-bound (i.e. without boards). 8vo. Liverpool, James Smith, .
[LYTTLETON- CAMERON, Lucy]. The Raven and The Dove. By the Author of ‘’The Two Lambs”, “Margaret Whyte, “ &c. Engraved frontispiece, other engravings within the text (Sporadic soiling, pages age toned, occasional spotting). Publisher’s olive/grey wrappers (chipping with loss, soiling to covers, covers detaching). 36pp. 8vo. Wellington, Salop, F. Houlston and Son., 1822.
[ANON]. The Sunday Scholar and the Young Loiterer. (Light soiling). Publisher’s green pictorial wrappers (lacking lower wrapper, upper remaining wrapper is detached, light soiling). Upper wrapper is title page. 16pp. Small 8vo. Birmingham: Thomas Groom [no date., circa 1830s].
REDE, Lucy Leman. Flowers That Never Fade. 15 hand-coloured engravings (including hand-coloured frontispiece). (Foxing/staining to the bottom right hand corners throughout). Publisher’s salmon pictorial wrappers (soiled, especially to corners, a few contemporary pen doodles to lower wrapper). 31,  pp. Small 8vo. London: Dean & Munday, Threadneedle Street [no date c. 1820’s/30s].
[ANON] The Walsall Apprentice and the Little Boy That Could Not Tell A Lie. 8pp. (Light foxing). Publisher’s pink, printed wrappers (upper wrapper torn to upper wrapper, bottom right-hand corner with loss, stitching (binding) loose/nearly detached, as stitches missing). 48mo. (65 x 100mm). Birmingham: J. Moore, 1831.
SYER, John. The Pious Young Waterman. 8pp. (Pages lightly soiled, occasional light spotting). Publisher’s pink pictorial wrappers (charming woodcut of a ship to upper wrapper, contents detached as stitching has perished). Charming wood cut of a ship to the head of penultimate page “The Pious Sailor’s Song.” 48mo. (65 x 100mm). Birmingham: J. Bolton, 1831.
Very rare children’s juvenile book from the [Two Penny] Baby Hand Book [Series]. [ANON]. Baby Hand Book. The Hare and Many Friends. 8 hand-coloured, woodcut engravings. (Occasional light spotting). Publishers yellow printed wrappers (light wear). 8vo. London: Webb, Millington & Co., [no date, c. 1853].