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BOOTHROYD (Benjamin)
The History of the Antient Borough of Pontefract, containing an interesting Account of its Castle, and the three different Sieges it sustained, during the Civil War, with Notes and Pedigrees, of some of the most distinguished Royalists and Parliamentarians, chiefly drawn from manuscripts never before published.
1807 £175.00
BOYNE (William)
The Yorkshire Library. A Bibliographical Account of Books on Topography...
1869 £8.00
BOYNE (William)
The Yorkshire Library. A Bibliographical Account of Books on Topography, Tracts of the Seventeenth Century, Biography, Spaws, Geology, Botany, Maps, Views, Portraits, and Miscellaneous Literature, Relating to the County of York. With Collations and Notes on the Books and Authors. With Collations and Notes on the Books and Authors.
1869 £350.00
BROWSHOLME HALL, YORKSHIRE.
Description of Browsholme Hall, in the West Riding of the County of York; and of the Parish of Waddington, in the same County: Also, a Collection of Letters, from Original Manuscripts, in the Reigns of Charles I. and II. and James II. in the Possession of Thos. Lister Parker, of Browsholme Hall, Esq.
1815 £695.00
BURTON (George H.) Editor.
Old Lincolnshire: An Antiquarian Magazine. Volume I. From March, 1883, to June, 1885 [all published].
1883 £110.00
CHAUNCY (Sir Henry)
The Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire: with the original of counties, hundreds or wapentakes and hamlets; the foundation and origin of monasteries, churches, and vicarages; the several honors, mannors, and parks of the nobility and gentry; and the succession of the lords each. Faithfully collected from public records, ancient manuscripts and other select authorities...
1700 £1675.00
CHEETHAM (F.H.)
Haddon Hall. An Illustrated Account of the Fabric and its History.
1904 £35.00
CHERRY (J. L.)
Stafford in Olden Times: being a reprint of articles published in "The Staffordshire Advertiser," with illustrations. Compiled and Edited by J. L. Cherry.
1890 £30.00
COLE (John)
A bound volume of 5 items produced by John Cole of Scarborough, an extraordinarily unsuccessful bookdealer, while being a most prolific author. His publications were generally issued in small runs, tastefully produced, with a few printed on coloured paper. 1. The History and Antiquities of Ecton, in the County of Northampton. Scarborough: Published by John Cole, 1825. [4], 3, [1], 60, ivpp., one of 12 copies printed on Writing paper, title page printed in red and black, engraved portrait frontispiece (slightly offset), 2 plates (one engraved). [Bound with:] 2. Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Character of the late Thomas Hinderwell, Esq., Author of "The History and Antiquities of Scarborough, &c." Scarborough: Published by John Cole, 1826. [2], 3, [1], 56, [1]pp., one of 24 copies printed on Writing paper, designated as so and signed by the author, engraved frontispiece, title printed in red sand black, 2 woodcuts. [Bound with:] 3. The Fugitive Pieces of Thomas Hinderwell... Scarborough: Published by John Cole, 1826. 4, 55, [1]pp. [Bound with:] 4. A Bibliographical and Descriptive Tour from Scarborough to the Library of Philobiblist, in it's Neighbourhood. Scarborough: Printed and Published by John Cole, 1824. [2], iv, 92, [1]pp., one of 50 large paper copies (slightly cut-down), title vignette view of Hunmanby, dedicated to Archdeacon Wrangham, whose library is described, 11 grotesque woodcuts, and one woodcut view of Scarborough. [Bound with:] 5. A Descriptive Catalogue of a Select Portion of the Stock of John Cole, Bookseller, Scarborough.
1825 £950.00
COX (J. Charles)
Notes on the Churches of Derbyshire. Vol. I. The Hundred of Scarsdale. Vol. II. The Hundreds of the High Peak and Wirksworth. Vol. III. The Hundreds of Appletree and Repton and Gresley. Vol. IV. The Hundred of Morleston and Litchurch: and general supplement. Illustrated with heliotypes from photographs by R. Keene, and numerous other plates.
1875 £395.00
CROSS (Frances W.) & HALL (John R.)
Rambles Round Old Canterbury.
1882 £18.00
CUBBON (William) Compiler and Editor.
A Bibliographical Account of Works Relating to the Isle of Man. With Biographical Memoranda and Copious Literary References.
1933 £130.00
CURRIE (C. R. J.) & LEWIS (C. P.) Editors.
English Country Histories: A Guide. A Tribute to C. R. Elrington.
1994 £15.00
CURTIS (Rev. John)
A Topographical History of the County of Leicester, the Ancient part compiled from Parliamentary and other Documents, and the modern from Actual Survey: Being the first of a series of the Counties of England and Wales, on the same plan.
1831 £45.00
DAVIES (D.P.)
A New Historical and Descriptive View of Derbyshire, from the remotest period to the present time.
1811 £175.00
DICKINSON (William)
Antiquities Historical, Architectural, Chronological, and Itinerary, in Nottinghamshire and the adjacent Counties; comprising the Histories of Southwell (the Ad Pontem) and of Newark (the Sidnacester, of the Romans) interspersed with Biographical Sketches, and profusely embellished with engravings, in Four Parts. Part I. [and II]. Vol.1. [all published].
1801 £150.00
DICKINSON (William)
The History and Antiquities of the Town of Newark, in the County of Nottingham, (the Sidnacester of the Roman,) interspersed with Biographical Sketches; In Two Parts. Embellished with engravings.
1819 £185.00
DOBBIN (Michael)
Nottinghamshire History and Topography: A Select Descriptive Bibliography to 1980.
1983 £22.00
DOBSON (William) and HARLAND (John)
A History of Preston Guild; the Ordinances of various Guilds Merchant, the Custumal of Preston, the Charters of the Borough, the incorporated Companies, List of Mayors from 1327, &c. &c.
1862 £25.00
DUNSTON (George)
The Rivers of Axholme with a History of the Navigable Rivers and Canals of the District.
1909 £150.00
EDMONDS (George)
An Address to the Payers of Levies in the Parish of Birmingham, on the subject of Mr. Spry's Claims. [with] Letters to the Inhabitants [parishioners] of Birmingham.
1819 £295.00
ELLER (The Rev. Irwin)
The History of Belvoir Castle, from the Norman Conquest to the Nineteenth Century: accompanied by a Description of the present Castle, and critical notices of the Paintings, Tapestry, Statuary, &c, with which it is enriched.
1841 £195.00
EYTON (Robert)
Domesday Studies: an analysis and digest of the Staffordshire Survey. Treating of the Mensuration, Technicalities, Phraseology, and Method of Domesday, in its relation to Staffordshire, and to other Counties of the same circuit. With tables and notes re-producing the main features of the Domesday Survey of the County, and comparing the same existing conditions.
1881 £48.00
FACULTIED PEWS.
Facultied Pews in the Parish Church, Cheltenham. Being a certified copy from the original Plan and Faculty, as deposited in the Registry of the Bishop of the Diocese, 1794.
1853 £38.00
FOSTER (W.E.)
The Parish Church of Saint Mary, Whaplode in the County of Lincoln. With an Appendix, containing notes on Whaplode.
1889 £30.00

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