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The Infidel Class; or, the Second Part of the Story of Archibald Thompson. [c. 1835]£40.00
[ANON]. The Infidel Class; or, the Second Part of the Story of Archibald Thompson. 107pp. Interior: Browning to endpapers, light foxing in places throughout. Binding: Contemporary quarter straight grain Morocco, with marbled boards (some wear, corners bumped). 12 mo. (Size). Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union [No date c.1835].
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.
The Reform of the National Schools. 1876.£55.00
MORTON, James. The Reform of the National Schools. 148pp. Interior: browning to first and last pages, sporadic occasional light spotting. Binding: Publisher’s purple/dark red cloth (fading to spine and covers, some staining and wear, corners bumped). 8vo. Glasgow: Thomas Murray & Son, 1876.
An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Pope. 1806.£50.00
WARTON, Joseph (1722-1800). An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Pope. 2 volumes. Frontispiece to both volumes, MS plate (depicting handwriting). Interior: pages age toned, staining to frontispieces, paste-downs and endpapers, trimming to frontispieces (with minor loss), pp. 311-314 (volume 2) trimmed with loss to a few lines of text and a few catchwords. Binding: Contemporary calf (worn, corners bumped). 8vo. London: W.J. & J. Richardson, 1806.
Susy’s Sacrifice. [Quirky mis-binding]. 1899.£30.00
Quirky Binding: Scarce Victorian Novel. [MATTHEWS, JULIA A]. Susy’s Sacrifice. 299pp. 3 plates (including frontispiece which is bound elsewhere in the book, i.e. not at the title page). Interior: Occasional light foxing/spotting, age toning to pages. Binding: This book has been re-bound using different binding (red calf, decorated in gilt) of another book entitled: ‘My Lady Nicotine’. (Presumably the J.M. Barrie novel), light rubbing and wear to boards, corners, and extremities, gold leaf to corners of text block. 8vo. London, J. Nisbet & Co., 1899.
A Sermon Preached in St. Andrew’s Church… 1828.£16.00
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.
A Sermon Preached At Parish Church of St. Peter… £18.00
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, .
Lectures Pour Les Enfans de 5 à 8 ans… 1833.£18.00
1830’s Juvenile Book. [ANON]. Lectures Pour Les Enfans de 5 à 8 ans. Imité de L’anglais. Engraved title page, 2 pages of plates, illustrations within the text. Interior: pages age toned, one page torn with loss to a couple of letters, engraved title page is trimmed, sporadic spotting/foxing throughout. Binding: Later marbled wrappers with original printed wrappers adhered (and trimmed) to pastedowns, upper later wrapper has been re-adhered with clear tape, binding a little loose. Small 8vo. Genève, Paris: 1833.
Adams Illustrated Guide Rye and District. 1960.£10.00
FOSTER, Jim. Adams Illustrated Guide Rye and District. Monochrome photographs/illustrations throughout, folding map at the rear. 96pp. Interior: light age toning to pages, top right corners of pages creased. Binding: publisher’s red/orange and white pictorial wrappers (creasing, previous owner’s name partially erased at top right hand corner, spine chipped with minor loss, light wear to covers). 8vo. [Rye]: Adams of Rye Limited, 1960.
Everybody’s Book of Games (Outdoor)… [c. 1894.]£20.00
[ANON]. Everybody’s Book of Games (Outdoor). Containing the Laws of all the Principal Outdoor Games played in the British Dominions. viii, 167, , [8: adverts]. Interior: pages age toned, though generally clean. Binding: Publisher’s green pictorial cloth (light wear, some marks and indentation, corners lightly bumped, text block split in places-one page detached, no front endpaper-old brown paper tape repair at inner front hinges, else good. Small 8vo. London: Saxon & Co., [1894?]
Ranworth A Village and Church On The Broads. 1959.£8.00
[ANON]. Ranworth A Village and Church On The Broads. 32pp. Monochrome photographic plates throughout. Interior: pages age toned, some creasing. Binding: Publisher’s yellow pictorial wrappers (some wear and staining, light rusting to staples). 8vo. Norwich: Page Bros. 1959.
The Ideal Guide To London For Visitors and Londoners… [c. 1947.]£8.00
GROSS, Alexander. The Ideal Guide To London For Visitors and Londoners Complete Revised Edition With Maps of Cinemaland Theatreland, Central London & Underground Railway. 80pp. Interior: Age toning, some tearing to last few pages with loss to blank margins-not affecting text. Binding: Publisher’s pink wrappers (staples rusted, some staining and creases). 12mo. (Size). Geographers’ map Co., LTD., [no date c. 1947].
Abbey of Blessed Mary of Dene [,] Flaxley.£8.00
[ANON]. Abbey of Blessed Mary of Dene [,] Flaxley. 8pp. (With 4pp: Monochrome photographic plates). Interior: generally clean, pages lightly age toned. Binding: Cream wrappers with armorial crest in gilt and red, wrappers lettered in red. (Light soiling, creasing to edges, staples rusting a little). 8vo. [No place]: [Flaxley Abbey], [no date. c.early/mid 20th century].
London Old & New. Thackeray & Kingsley Hotels. [c. 1928]£8.00
[ANON]. London Old & New. Thackeray & Kingsley Hotels. 32pp. Interior: generally clean with some light marks. Binding: Publisher’s green pictorial wrappers (light rubbing, some marks/minor chipping). Small 8vo. [London]: [Kingsley and Thackeray Hotels], [no date, c.1928].
The Dream: Or The True History of Deacon Giles’s Distillery… [c. 1843-48]£120.00
RARE AMERICAN ANTI-ALCOHOL RELATED PAMPHLET. [c.1840’s]. [CHEEVER, George Barrell, (1807-90)]. The Dream: Or The True History of Deacon Giles’s Distillery, and Deacon Jones’s Brewery. Reported for the Benefit of Posterity. “It was a Dream, yet not all a dream”. Folding frontispiece illustration, numerous woodcut engravings within the text. Interior: light soiling, light soiling, spotting. Binding: Original yellow wrappers. (Binding frail, text block hanging by a thread in places, wrappers detached, some chipping and tearing with loss, soiling). 32pp. 8vo. New York and Boston: Printed For the Publisher’s. [no date c. 1843-48].
St. Ronan’s Well… 1845.£50.00
SCOTT, Sir Walter (1771-1832). St. Ronan’s Well. With all his Illustrations * and Notes. Text in two columns. As part of a larger set in this edition. Interior: sporadic light spotting/foxing throughout, pages age toned. Exterior: Quarter red morocco with green cloth boards (binding heavily worn spine cover lacking, upper board hanging by a thread, remanence of erased old label to upper board.) , 177-332, , pp. 8vo./4to (size): Edinburgh: Robert Cadell, 1845.
Holidays on High Lands… 1869.£50.00
MACMILLAN, Rev. Hugh. Holidays on High Lands; or, Rambles and Incidents In Search of Alpine Plants. (Pages age toned, occasional spotting and foxing). Publisher’s blue pictorial cloth, gilt (wear to cloth, corners bumped, spine cocked). 8vo. London: Macmillan and Co. 1869.
Scottish Border Life A Series of Original Sketches. 1897.£30.00
DIBDIN, James C. (1856-1901). Scottish Border Life A Series of Original Sketches. (Sporadic light spotting). Publisher’s red and green pictorial cloth (faded, rubbed). Some pages uncut. 8vo. London: Methuen and Co., 1897.
The Raven and The Dove. 1822.£70.00
[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.
The Sunday Scholar and the Young Loiterer. [c. 1830s].£20.00
[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].