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78244: TAYLOR, JOHN W.R.: MONDEY, DAVID: - Spies in the Sky.
80009: TAYLOR, J. E.: - Notes on Collecting and Preserving Natural-History Objects New Edition.
58483: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - Wish You Were Here. Signed copy.
58482: TAYLOR, ELIZABETH RUSSELL: - London Lifelines. Signed copy.
79908: TAYLOR, CHRISTOPHER: - Dorset. The Making of the English Landscape.
69075: TAYLOUR, LORD WILLIAM: - The Mycenaeans. Revised edition. With 151 illustrations.
58685: TEICHMANN, EMIL / TEICHMANN, OSKAR(ED): - A Journey to Alaska in the year 1868: being a diary of the late Emil Teichmann. Edited and with an introduction by his son Oskar.
68700: TEMPERLEY, HOWARD: - British Anti Slavery. 1833-1870.
71127: TEMPLEMAN, A.C. / ABBOTT, L.: - Dorchester Town Map (Added by Amendment No.3) 1960. County of Dorset Development Plan. Town and Country Planning Act 1947. Written Analysis and Written Statement.
62394: TENNENT, R.J.: - A Purbeck Parish. Church Knowle through the Ages.
79515: TENNYSON, ALFRED LORD: - Poetical Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson. Including, In Memoriam, Maud, The Princess, Idylls of the King, Enoch Arden etc.
75294: TENNYSON, A. L.; - The Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poet Laureat. Illustrated with Photographs.
79787: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - The Princess, A Medley. Sixth edition.
80047: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - The Works of Alfred Tennyson, Poet Laureate. In Five Volumes (Bound in Six.)
79186: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - Queen Mary. A Drama.
79699: TENNYSON, ALFRED LORD: - Idylls of the King
79797: TENNYSON, A. L.; - The Works of Alfred Lord Tennyson Poet Laureat.
79798: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - Idylls of the King. Illustrated in colour by Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale.
79567: TENNYSON, ALFRED: - Poems. With Illustrations by Millais, Stanfield, Creswick, Mulready, Horsley etc.
79726: TERANTII, P.: - Carthaginiensis Afri Comoediae Sex (Six Comedies) Interpretatione & Notis Illustravit Nicolaus Camus. Jussu Christianissimi Regis, In Usum Serenissimi Delphini. Editio Prioribus Longe Emaculator. Imprimatur, Guil. Needham.
72220: TERRAINE, JOHN: - White Heat. The New Warfare 1914-1918.
74698: THACKERAY, W.M.: - The Virginians. A Tale of the Last Century. In Two Volumes.
74699: THACKERAY, W.M.; DOYLE, RICHARD; PENDENNIS, ARTHUR; - The Newcomes. Memoirs of a most respectable Family. Edited by Arthur Pendennis, Esq.
75223: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - The History of Pendennis. His Fortunes and Misfortunes His Friends and His Greatest Enemy. Edited with and Introduction by George Saintbury. With 182 illustrations. Two Volumes in One.
79141: THACKERAY, WILLIAM MAKEPEACE: - The Biographical Edition of The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray. With Biographical Introductions by his Daughter, Anne Ritchie. In Thirteen Volumes.
75452: THE SPORTING LIFE; - British Hunts and Huntsmen. In Four Volumes. Containing a short history of each fox and stag hunt in the British Isles, together with biographical records of masters past and present, and some members of each hunt. Also an introductory chapter on mediaeval hunting, and articles concerning the stag, the fox, the hound, and the horse, and all subjects allied thereto. Profusely Illustrated with Engravings and Half-Tone Illustrations.
76002: THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY - The Christian Wreath of Prose, Poetry, and Art. Second Edition
77070: THE BOOKMAN PORTFOLIO; SPY; - A. A. Milne. Original colour Portrait print. Fromt “The Bookman Portfolio, Christmas, 1927.”
58868: THE MARQUESS OF QUEENSBERRY: - Oscar Wilde and the Black Douglas. In collaboration with Percy Colson. Foreword by H.Montgomery Hyde. Signed copy.
75193: THE GRAPHIC; - The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper, Saturday May 19th to November 24, 1900. With Extra Supplement “The War in South Africa.” And “Lysbeth, A Tale of The Dutch”, By H. Rider Haggard.
78630: THE “CAMERA” SERIES: - The “Camera” Series: Album of Views of The Isle of Man. (Books of local Architectural & Scenic Views).
75990: THE COOKERY AND FOOD ASSOCIATION - Centenary Banquet & Ball 1885 - 1995
62048: THE RT. HON. LORD HORDER (ED): - The British Encyclopaedia of Medical Practice. Including Medicine, Surgery, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and other Special Subjects. Medical Progress. 18 volumes 1955 to 1973.
80091: THESIGER, WILFRED: - The Marsh Arabs
79803: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Arabian Sands
76169: THESIGER, WILFRED; MORTON, CHRISTOPHER; GROVER, PHILLIP (EDS.); - Wilfred Thesiger in Africa. Published to Accompany “Wilfred Thesiger in Africa: A Centenary Exhibition,” Pitt Rivers Museum.
76168: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Among the Mountains. My Kenya Days. SIGNED.
76167: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Among the Mountains. Travels Through Asia. SIGNED.
76165: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Visions of A Nomad. SIGNED by the Author.
76164: THESIGER, WILFRED: - Crossing the Sands.
76162: THESIGER, WILFRED: - The Life of My Choice. SIGNED COPY.
80043: THIERS, M. A: - The History of the French Revolution. Translated, with notes and illustrations from the most authentic sources, by Frederick Shoberl. Complete in 5 Volumes.
78539: THIRLMERE, ROLAND: - Letters from Catalonia and Other Parts of Spain. In Two Volumes.
70238: THOMAS, NICHOLAS: - Guide to Prehistoric England.
73626: THOMAS, EMORY M.: - Robert E.Lee. A Biography.
74035: THOMAS, DAVID (ED): - Pick of Punch.
78409: THOMAS, KEITH: - Religion and the Decline of Magic. Studies in Popular Beliefs in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England. Introduced by Hilary Mantel. In Two Volumes. Cased.
78346: THOMAS, H. H.: ESSENHIGH CORKE, H.: - The Book of Hardy Flowers. A Simple and complete descriptive guide to the cultivation in gardens of the trees and shrubs... Beautifully Illustrated with 32 direct Colour photographs and 64 Half-Tone plates.
75140: THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM BEACH; - The County Books. Hertfordshire.
78444: THOMAS BANKES; EDWARD WARREN BLAKE; ALEXANDER COOK - A New Royal Authentic and Complete System of Universal Geography
59318: THOMAS, SIR WILLIAM BEACH: - Hertfordshire. The County Books.
71698: THOMAS, SIR MILES: - Out on a Wing. An Autobiography.
78018: THOMAS, EDWARD; - The Woodland Life.
79027: THOMAS, BERT: GRAVES, CHARLES: LONGHURST, HENRY: - Candid Caddies. Introduced by Bernard Darwin.
42737: THOMAS, JO / ENSOM, PAUL: - Bibliography and Index of Dorset Geology.
76614: THOMAS, HUGH; - The Spanish Civil War. With a foreword by Michael Alpert. Two volumes in Slipcase.
77618: THOMAS, T.; - A History of the Reign of Solomon King of Judaea. In Continuation of “A View of the Origin, Progress, and Diversity of Heathen Worship,” and “Of Homer’s Attachment to Its Rites.”
80124: THOMAS-STANFORD, CHARLES: - Sussex in the Great Civil War and the Interregnum 1642-1660
80138: THOMPSON, C.W: - Records of the Dorset Yeomanry (Queen's Own). 1914-1919.
79060: THOMPSON SETON, ERNEST: - The Arctic Prairies A Canoe-Journey of 2,000 Miles in Search of The Caribou; Being the account of a voyage to the region North of Aylmer Lake.
78341: THOMPSON, C. W. (CAPTAIN 7TH. DRAGOON GUARDS): - Records of the Dorset Yeomanry ("Queen's Own").
77996: (THOMPSON) VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT. A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: SIR HENRY THOMPSON. “Cremation”. 1.8. 1874. (Doctors / Surgeons)
70952: THOMSON, A.A.: - The Breezy Coast. (Berwick to John O’Groats).
75084: THOMSON, HUGH; DICK, C. H.; - Highways and Byways in Galloway and Carrick. (Pocket edition).
79531: THOMSON, HUGH: DOBSON, AUSTIN: - The Story of Rosina. AND The Ballad of Beau Brocade. Illustrated by Hugh Thompson. Two Volumes.
48913: THOMSON / SPIELMANN, M.H. / JERROLD, W: - Hugh Thomson.. His Art. His Letters. His Humour and His Charm.
79736: THOMSON, JAMES: - The Seasons. To which is prefixed An Account of the Life and Writings of the Author. Together with An Ode on his Death.
79657: THOMSON, ARNOLD TODD: - The London Dispensatory: Containing, I. The Elements of Pharmacy; II. The Botanical Description..., III. The Pharmaceutical Preparations... The Whole Forming a practical synopsis of Materia Medica, Pharmacy, and Therapeutics: Illustrated with many useful tables, and wood-cuts of the apparatus. Fourth Edition.
71332: THORNTON, RON: - The River Tyne. From Sea to Source. Foreword by Robson Green.
79324: THORNTON, ROBERT JOHN: - A New Family Herbal: Or Popular Account of the Natures and Properties of the Various Plants used in Medicine, Diet, and the Arts. The Plants Drawn from Nature by Henderson and Engraved on Wood by Thomas Bewick.
79894: THORNTON, WILLIAM: - Original Antique Engraving of Views of “London Bridge, as it appeared Before the Houses were Pulled Down.” View of London Bridge in its Present State with the Water Works as Viewed from the City Shore. Originally Published in Thornton’s History of London, 1784.
63764: TICEHURST, N.F.: - The Mute Swan in England. Its History and the Ancient Custom of Swan-Keeping.
63265: TILLESLEY, RICHARD: - Animadversions upon M.Seldens History of Tythes. Animadversions upon M.Seldens History of Tythes, and his Review Thereof: Before which (in lieu of the two first Chapters purposely pretermitted) is premised a Catalogue of 72 Authors, before the year 1215. Maintaining the Ius Diuinium of Tythes, or more, to be payd to the Priesthood under the Gospell. The second Edition newly corrected and much augmented, together with an Answer to an unprinted Pamphlet divulged against the former.
76761: TILMAN, H. W.; - Mischief Goes South
51986: TIM MICKLEBURGH - FRANCIS FRITH'S PIERS
75233: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); BURTON, CAPTAIN SIR RICHARD F.; - First Footsteps in East Africa. Or, An Exploration of Harar. Memorial Edition. 2 Volumes Complete. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75172: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); CHAILLU, PAUL B. DU; - Explorations & Adventures in Equatorial Africa. With accounts of the manners and customs of the people and of the chace of the Gorilla, Crocodile, Leopard, Elephant, Hippopotamus, and Other Animals. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75170: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); BARRINGTON, GEORGE; - An Account of A Voyage to New South Wales. To which is prefixed a Detail of His Life, Trials, Speeches &c. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75166: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); PEARY, ROBERT E.; - The North Pole. With an Introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75174: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); LANDOR, A. HENRY SAVAGE; - In The Forbidden Land. An Account of a Journey in Tibet, Capture by the Tibetan Authorities, Imprisonment, Torture and Ultimate Release. In Two Volumes. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75175: ( TIME LIFE FACSIMILE REPRINT ); BOCK, CARL; - The Head-Hunters of Borneo: A Narrative of Travel Up the Mahakkam and Down the Barito ,also Journeyings in Sumatra. (Classics of Exploration Series)
75026: TIMMS, I. A.; - Chronological Historical and Heraldic Charts of the Royal House of England. From King Egbert to the Present Time.
80092: TINBERGEN, NIKO: - The Herring Gull's World. (The New Naturalist Monograph 9 ).
74030: TINNISWOOD, ADRIAN: - His Invention so Fertile a Life of Sir Christopher Wren.
77171: TIPLER, JOHN; - Formula 1 Decades An Illustrated History of Grand Prix Champions 1950-1996.
69102: TODD, MALCOLM: - The Northern Barbarians. 100 BC-AD 300.
70035: TODD, MALCOLM: - The Coritani. Peoples of Roman Britain.
79032: TODD, W. HOGARTH: - Tiger, Tiger! With a foreword by Ian Hay. Illustrated.
79046: TOLKIEN, J.R.R.: - The Hobbit or There and Back Again. Illustrations by The Author.
60504: TOLLEMACHE, HON. LIONEL A.: - Old and Odd Memories. Signed and dedicated. Second Impression.
58472: TOLSTOY, SERGEI: - Tolstoy Remembered. By His Son.
62209: TOLSTOY, NIKOLAI: - The Tolstoys. Twenty-Four generations of Russian History. 1353-1983.
68113: TOMALIN, CLAIRE: - Jane Austen. A Life. Signed copy.
74008: TOMALIN, CLAIRE: - Jane Austen. A Life.
75867: TOMKINS; PICOT; - Original Hand-Coloured Engraved View of Bryanston House, nr Dorchester. “Bryanston, The Seat of Henry William Portman Esq.”
80093: TOMLINSON, H. M.: - The Sea and The Jungle Being the narrative of the voyage of the tramp steamer Capella from Swansea to Santa Maria in the Brazils... Done in the Years 1909 and 1910. With Eight Woodcuts by Clare Leighton. SIGNED Limited Edition.
73026: TOMS, ELSIE: - The Story of St.Albans. With photographs, drawings and maps. Signed copy.
79824: TOOKE, ANDREW: - The Pantheon, Representing the Fabulous Histories of the Heathen Gods, and Most Illustrious Heroes; In a short, plain and familiar method by way of Dialogue. The Nineteenth Edition. Revised, corrected, amended, and illustrated with new copper cuts of the several Deities. For the Use of Schools.
58381: TOUKAN, CAPTAIN S.: - The Hashemite Kingdom of the Jordan.
74354: TOWN AND COUNTY DIRECTORIES LTD. - Dumfries Kirkcudbright and Wigtown Trades’ Directory 1940-41 With a County Supplement containing County Councillors, County Residents and Farmers, Accompanied with a Gazeteer of Scotland. Forty-Second Edition.
74136: TOWNSEND, SUE: - Adrian Mole: The Wilderness Years. Line drawings by Caroline Holden.
74124: TOWNSEND, HILARY: - Blackmore Vale Childhood. Home Remembered. Signed copy.
74135: TOWNSEND, SUE: - The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole. Line drawings by Caroline Holden.
77866: TOWNSON, THOMAS; - Discourses on the Four Gospels, Chiefly with regard to the peculiar design of each, and the order and places in which they were written. To which is added an Inquiry Concerning the Hours of St. John, of the Romans, and of some other Nations of Antiquity. The Second Edition, Corrected.
73376: TOYNBEE, PHILIP: - End of a Journey. An autobiographical Journal 1979-1981. Edited by John Bullimore.
76552: TRACEY, HERBERT; - Souvenir of the Trades Union Congress. Weymouth 1934. Dorsetshire Labourers Centenary 1934.
80134: TRASKEY, J. P: - Milton Abbey. A Dorset Monastery in the Middle Ages. SIGNED.
66386: TRAVERS, BEN: - Rookery Nook.
57486: TREASE, GEOFFREY: - The Iron Tsar.
79793: TRENCH, R. CHENEVIX (ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN): - On The Study of Words Twenty-First Edition, Revised by Rev. A.L. Mayhew.
66999: TREVELYAN, GEORGE MACAULAY: - The Middle Marches. With illustrations by Robert Bertram.
73875: TREWIN, J.C. (ED): - West Country Book No.1. Contributors include: Ivor Brown, Sean O’Casey, Eden Phillpotts, et al. Introduction by Waveney Girvan. Line Illustrations by R.M.Lander.
79622: TRIBE AND WHATMOOR: - Dorset Clocks and Clock-makers. With a Supplement on the Channel Islands.
79738: TROIS-ETOILES: - The Member for Paris: A Tale of The Second Empire. Copyright Edition. In Two Volumes (Bound in One.)
55862: TROLLOPE, JOANNA: - Next Of Kin. Signed first edition.
53874: TROLLOPE, JOANNA: - The Best of Friends. Signed First Edition.
76423: TROLLOPE, FRANCES ELEANOR; TROLLOPE, THOMAS ADOLPHUS: - Italy. From The Alps to Mount Etna. Illustrated with Upwards of One Hundred Full-Page and Three Hundred Smaller Engravings.
79146: TROLLOPE, REV. WILLIAM: - The Iliad of Homer with a Carefully Corrected Text With copious English Notes, illustrating the grammatical construction, the manners and customs, the mythology and antiquities of the Heroic Ages. And Preliminary Observations on points of classical interest and importance connected with Homer and his writings. Third Edition Revised and Improved.
58486: TROUNCER, MARGARET: - Charles de Foucauld. Signed copy.
58485: TROUNCER, MARGARET: - The Lady of My Delight. Signed copy.
79530: TUCKER, COLONEL JOHN MONTMORENCY: - The Life of Field-Marshall the Duke of Wellington; Compiled from His Grace’s Despatches, and other authentic sources and original documents; Embellished by Numerous Engravings, and Plans of the Battle of Vimeiro and Waterloo.
79064: TUCKER, ELIZABETH S.: - Little Grown-Ups With Numerous Full-Page Colour Plates after paintings by Maud Humphrey. With Designs, New Stories and Verses by Elizabeth S. Tucker.
79135: TULLOCH, JOHN: - Some Facts of Religion and of Life Sermons Preached Before Her Majesty the Queen in Scotland 1866-76.
78233: TUNNICLIFFE, CHARLES / ROGERSON, SIDNEY: - Both Sides of the Road. A Book about Farming. Illustrated by Charles Tunnicliffe. Publisher’s Proof Copy.
79984: TUNNICLIFFE, CHARLES / ROGERSON, SIDNEY: - Both Sides of the Road. A Book about Farming. Illustrated by Charles Tunnicliffe.
50910: (TUNNICLIFFE) NIALL,I: - Portrait of a Country Artist. Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. 1901 - 1979.
68931: (TUNNNICLIFFE) NIALL, IAN: - Portrait of a Country Artist. Charles Tunnicliffe R.A. 1901-1979.
73337: TUNNNICLIFFE, C.F./ BATES, H.E.: - O More Than Happy Countryman. Illustrated by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
78227: TUNNNICLIFFE, C. F.: - Bird Portraiture. “How To Do It” Series No. 35.
79175: TUPPER, MARTIN F.: - Proverbial Philosophy Eighteenth Edition
57146: TURBERVILLE, A.S.: - English Men and Manners in the Eighteenth Century. An Illustrated Narrative.
76977: TURGENEV, IVAN: - Virgin Soil A Novel. Translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett. In Two Volumes. The Novels of Ivan Turgenev Volumes VI & VII.
79940: TURNER, J.M.W.: COOKE, G.: - Original Hand Coloured Engraving, View of Poole, Dorset View of Poole Harbour, showing figures with horses and cart in the foreground. J.M.W. Turner R.A. Delt. G. Cooke, Sculpt. From “Picturesque Views on the Southern Coast of England.”
78728: TURNER, REV. R.: - A New and Easy Introduction to Universal Geography; In a Series of Letters to a Youth at School... Illustrated with Copper-plates, and a New Set of Maps. The Ninth Edition, Improved and Considerably Enlarged. To which is added a Large Map of the World, delineated with the Tracks of Captain Cook’s Voyages, Also a Plate of the Terrestrial Globe... and a New and Curious Geographical Clock.
79941: TURNER, J.M.W.: COOKE, W.B.: - Original Hand Coloured Engraving, Bow and Arrow Castle, Isle of Portland, Dorsetshire View of Bow and Arrow Castle, on Portland Bill, showing stone quarry figures in the foreground. J.M.W. Turner R.A. Delt. W.B. Cooke, Sculpt.
55242: TURNER, JAMES: - Stone Peninsula: Scenes from the Cornish Landscape.
55730: TUTE, WARREN: - The Tarnham Connection. A Novel.
74989: TWAIN, MARK; - The Prince and the Pauper. A Tale for Young People of All Ages. With One Hundred and Ninety Illustrations.
78456: TWAIN, MARK: - A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur. With 220 Illustrations by Dan Beard.
69958: TWAIN, MARK: - A Treasury of Mark Twain. Introduction by Roy Blount Jr. Illustrated by Rod Waters.
77032: TWAIN, MARK; - The Stolen White Elephant, etc. (Samuel L. Clemens.)
77033: TWAIN, MARK: - Life on the Mississippi. With Over 300 Illustrations.
78117: TWAIN, MARK: - Collected Stories. Three Volumes in Slipcase. Introduced by Robert McCrum. Illustrated by Roger Fereday.
80031: TWAIN, MARK: (CLEMENS, SAMUEL); - A Tramp Abroad. Illustrated by W. Fr. Brown, True Williams, B. Day and Other Artists - With also Three of Four Pictures made by the Author of this book without outside help; in all Three Hundred and Fourteen Illustrations.
80025: TWINING, STEPHEN H.: - The House of Twining 1706-1956 Two Hundred and Fifty Years of tea and Coffee.
79604: TWISS, HORACE: - The Public and Private Life of Lord Chancellor Eldon, with Selections from His Correspondence In Three Volumes.
73978: TYLER, ANNE: - Ladder of Years. A Novel.
73772: TYNDALE, WALTER / HOLLAND, CLIVE: - Wessex. Painted by Walter Tyndale, Described by Charles Holland.
61438: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Glastonbury Steeple from the Abbey Gardens. From the book, Wessex.
61440: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Near Maiden Castle Dorchester. From the book, Wessex.
61442: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Melbury Park. From the book, Wessex.
61443: TYNDALE, WALTER: - The Gateway at Cerne Abbas. From the book, Wessex.
79968: TYNDALE, WALTER: - Hardy Country Water-Colours.
79364: TYRRELL, HENRY: - The History of the War with Russia: Giving full details of the Operation of the Allied Armies. Illustrated by a Series of Steel Engravings. (Comprising Portraits, Events, Scenes, Views, Maps, Plans etc.) In Two Volumes.
80056: TYTLER, PATRICK FRASER: - Tytler’s History of Scotland in Nine Volumes.
79632: UDAL, JOHN SYMONDS / WILLIAM BARNES: - Dorsetshire Folk-Lore. With a Fore-Say by the late WILLIAM BARNES (16 pages). Issued by subscription.
73750: UGLOW, JENNY: - A Gambling Man. Charles II and the Restoration.
49918: UHLAND, LUDWIG: - Gedichte von Ludwig Uhland.
80130: ULLYETT, HENRY: - Rambles of a Naturalist Round Folkstone With occasional notes on the flora and fauna, with lists of plants, lepidoptera, birds and shells.
79637: UNDERDOWN, DAVID: - Fire From Heaven The Life of an English Town in the Seventeenth Century.
75281: UNKNOWN; - The Old York Road. And its Early Associations of History and Biography. 1670-1870.
76087: UNKNOWN; - Original Hand Coloured Engraving of Top Of Town, High West Street, Dorchester, Dorset. View from Top O’ Town Roundabout (near Hardy’s Statue and The Keep) Looking down the Main High Street with Grey’s Bridge in the distance.
79898: UNKNOWN: - Early Antique Engraved Hand-Coloured Map of "Gallia" France
69511: UPCOTT, WILLIAM: - English Topography. A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works Relating to English Topography.
66375: UPHAM, J.W.: - Upway (sic) Church near Weymouth. Aquatint.
66374: UPHAM, J.W.: - Upway (sic) Church near Weymouth. Aquatint.
79278: UPTON, FLORENCE K.: - The Golliwogg's Air-Ship. Verses by Bertha Upton. Pictured by Florence K. Upton.
79707: URBAN, SYLVANUS: - The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review MDCCCLVI July to December Inclusive. Being Volume 1 of a New Series, and the Two-Hundered-and-First since the Commencement.
78854: URWICK, REV. W: - Indian Pictures. Drawn With Pen and Pencil.
80133: VALE, VIVIAN AND PATRICIA: - The Parish Book of Cerne Abbas Abbey and After.
64297: VAN DER HOOP, DR.A.THOMASSEN A THUESSINK / KROM, N.J. / KERN, R.A. (ET AL): - Geschiedenis van Nederlandsch Indie. 5 volumes. Dutch language.
61560: VAN DEN KEERE, PIETER: - Atlas of the British Isles. Introduction by Helen Wallis.
75823: VAN DEN KEERE : - AN ORIGINAL Miniature ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE ( Dorset ). So called “Mini Speed”.
74217: VAN RAALTE, FLORENCE & CHARLES: - Brownsea Island.
77938: VAN DEN KEERE : - AN ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF DORSETSHIRE ( Dorset ). So called “Mini Speed”.
55288: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: SIR JOHN WHITAKER ELLIS BART. LORD MAYOR OF LONDON. “The Lord Mayor”. 4/11/1882. (Politicians)
55289: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: BARON ADOLPH WILHELM DEICHMANN. “Four-in-Hand”. 14/5/1903. (Carriages)
77142: (VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT); SPY; C.H.; - “Raby Castle,” Lord Barnard.
55286: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by QUIZ: THE RT. HON. SIR H.C LOPES. “An Old Fashioned Judge”. 25/3/1893. (Legal)
77141: (VANITY FAIR SUPPLEMENT); SPY; - Lord Robert Cecil, K.C., M.P. “So valuable an advocate should become a successful Parliamentarian.”
55274: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: HENRY THOMAS FOLEY, 5th Baron Foley “a liberal peer”. 2/12/1882. (Politics)
55281: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by SPY: MR.STEEL. “the leviathan”. 27/10/1877. (Wagerers)
55264: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by BEERBOHM, MAX: “Four Feathers”. (A.E.W.Mason M.P.) 10/6/1908. (Author)
55273: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by APE: MR HERBERT BULKELEY MACKWORTH PRAED MP. “the philanthropist”. 18/7/1874. (Politics)
55272: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: PRINCE EMANUELE FILIBERTO OF SAVOY, 2ND DUKE OF AOSTA. 12/11/1902. (Royalty)
55268: VANITY FAIR: A WEEKLY SHOW: - ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPH by LIB: SIGNOR PIETRO MASCAGNI, “Cavalleria Rusticana.”. 24/8/1893. (Music)
57778: VANSITTART, JANE: - Lifelines. The Stacey Letters. 1836-1858.
60965: VARIOUS: - Account of the Meeting of the Descendants of Colonel Thomas White, of Maryland, Held at Sophia’s Dairy, on the Bush River, Maryland, June 7, 1877. Including Papers read on that Occasion, together with Others then referred to and since Prepared.
62384: VARIOUS: - The Sphere. George the Fifth Accession Number. May 21 1910. An illustrated newspaper for the Home.
62385: VARIOUS: - Country Life. February 6th 1937.
78792: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834-1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation for forming a Trade Union.
77455: VARIOUS; - The Children's Picture Gallery. With Illustrations by Harry Rowntree, Louis Wain, and many others.
62205: VARIOUS: - L’Illustration. Journal Universel. Hebdomadaire. French language.
67411: VARIOUS: - The Game of Golf. The Lonsdale Library volume IX. Stroke Play, by Joyce and Roger Wethered; Match and Medal Play, Practice, Middle-Aged Golf, Watching for Profit & Famous Courses, by Bernard Darwin; History & Literature, by Horace Hutchinson; Golf Architecture & Green-keeping, by T.C.Simpson. With one hundred illustrations.
62315: VARIOUS: - Who’s Afear’d of Family History. A guide to sources for family history in Dorset Record Office.
69220: VARIOUS - The Sketch June 30th 1897 No 231 Vol XVIII With Supplement; Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria
69178: VARIOUS: - Costume. Number 10 1976. The Journal of the Costume Society.
73010: VARIOUS: - Aurora Borealis Academica. Aberdeen University Appreciations 1860-1889.
74428: VARIOUS,; PERSONNEL OF CAMBRIDGE ICELAND EXPEDITIONS; - Iceland Papers. Volume 1. Scientific Results of Cambridge Expeditions to Iceland, 1932-38.
74512: VARIOUS; ABRAHAMS, WILLIAM; - American, English & Russian Short Stories Introduced by William Abrahams, Illustrated by Paul Gulla. Three (3) Volumes.
74757: VARIOUS; HARDY, THOMAS; - Appleton’s Journal of Literature, Science and Art. Volume Fourteenth, From No. 328 to 353 inclusive. July 3 to December 25, 1875. Contains Thomas Hardy’s The Fire at Tranter Sweatley’s.
79379: VARIOUS; RUSSELL, LEONARD (ED.); HADFIELD, JOHN (ED.); - The Saturday Book. A New Miscellany. 1941 - 1975. 34 Volumes.
73144: VARIOUS: - The Royal River. The Thames, From Source to Sea. Descriptive, Historical, Pictorial.
62314: VARIOUS: - Kingston Lacy. Dorset. The National Trust.
68674: VARIOUS: - Paper Making. A General Account of its History, Processes, and Applications. Prepared under the Direction of the Education Committeeof the Technical Section of the British Paper and Board Makers’ Association (Incorporated).
80051: VARIOUS: CONSTABLE: - The Farmer’s Magazine 1800-1803 A Periodical Work, Exclusively Devoted to Agriculture, and Rural Affairs 1800 - 1803. In Four Volumes. The Fifth Edition.
72376: VARIOUS: - England’s Helicon. Reprinted from the Edition of 1600 with additional Poems from the Edition of 1614. Limited edition.
66321: VARIOUS: - The New Pleasing Instructor; or, Entertaining Moralist. A collection of essays, narratives, allegories and instructive compositions selected from the most eminent authors.
76068: VARIOUS; LYTTON, MACAULAY &C.; - The Girl's Own Annual. Vol.8. (Oct. 1886 - Sept. 1887)
78449: VARIOUS; - The Patriot Martyr. And Other Narratives of Female Heroism in Peace and War. Jeanne Darc &c.
79694: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834-1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation for forming a Trade Union.
62308: VARIOUS: - Kingston Lacy. Dorset. The National Trust.
79841: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834-1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation for forming a Trade Union.
76156: VARIOUS: - The Book of The Martyrs of Tolpuddle 1834-1934. The Story of the Dorsetshire Labourers who were convicted and sentenced to seven years transportation for forming a Trade Union.
78876: VAUGHAN, REV. JAMES: - The Spiritual Life: Its Helps and Hinderances.
78780: VERNE, JULES: - The Purchase of The North Pole. A Sequel to “From the Earth to the Moon.” Illustrated.
79235: VERNE, JULES: - The Adve Containing “Around the World in Eighty Days”, “Five Weeks in a Balloon”, “A Journey to the Interior of the Earth”. Illustrated by Henry Austin.
79236: VERNE, JULES: - The Adventures of Captain Hatteras. Containing: "The English at the North Pole", and "The Ice Desert". Illustrated by Henry Austin.
79237: VERNE, JULES: - The Floating Island Or, The Pearl of the Pacific. New and Cheaper Edition.
78642: VERNE, JULES: - The Flight to France or The Memoirs of a Dragoon. A Tale of the Days of Dumouriez. With Numerous Illustration.
76136: VERNE, JULES: WAIN, LOUIS; - THE BOY'S OWN ANNUAL. Vol. 11. October 6th 1888 - September 21st 1889.
78067: VERNE, JULES; - Vingt Mille Lieues Sous Les Mers. (Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea.) Les Voyages extraordinaires. Illustré de 111 dessings par De Neuville et Riou. Gravés par Hildibrand. Ouvrage couronné par l'Académie française. (The extraordinary travels. Illustrated of 111 designs by De Neuville and Riou. Engraved by Hildibrand. A work crowned by the French Academy.)
77060: VERNER, COLONEL WILLOUGHBY; WHITE, LIEUTENANT MAURICE; - The Rifle Brigade Chronicle for 1904. (Fifteenth Year.)
78847: VERNON, PAUL E: - Morocco from a Motor. Containing 48 Full-Page Illustrations in Colour.
58763: VERNON, DICK (ED): - “Strafer” Gott. A Tribute to Lieutenant-General William Henry Ewart (‘Strafer’) Gott CB CBE DSO & Bar MC. Commanding Officer 1st Bn The King’s Royal Rifle Corps 1939...Killed while flying to Cairo to take command of the Eighth Army 7th August 1942.
75680: VERNOR; HOOD; - (Original Engraved Map of...) Colchester. ... to Accompany the Beauties of England and Wales.
79344: VERTOT, ABBOT DE: OZELL, MR.: - The History of the Revolutions That Happened in the Government of the Roman Republic Written in French by the Abbot de Vertot, of the Royal Academy of Inscriptions, &c. Engish’d by Mr. Ozell, from the Original newly reprinted at Paris... To Which is Prefixed a Translation of a Memorial sent from London by the Late Earl Stanhope... . In Two Volumes. The Fifth Edition.
78015: VESEY-FITZGERALD, BRIAN (ED): - The Book of the Horse.
79958: VESEY-FITZGERALD, BRIAN: - Portrait of the New Forest.
75550: VIC-WELLS; - The Work of Lilian Baylis. Edited by Harcourt Williams. Photographs by Angus McBean.
48839: VICTORIA / WINTLE, W.J.: - The Story of Victoria, R.I. Wife, Mother, Queen. “Splendid Lives Series”.
74691: VIDALIN, ADELAIDE; - La Cuisiniere Bourgeoise. Suivie de la Patisserie et de l’Office. a l’usage de tous ceux qui se melent de depense de maisons... Nouvelle Edition. Soigneusement revue, corrigee et augmentee de quelgues nouveaux apprets.
70593: VIGAR, PENELOPE: - The Novels of Thomas Hardy. Illusion and Reality.
51268: VILLE-HARDOUIN, GEOFFROI DE - Conquête de Constantinople. avec la continuation de Henti de Valenciennes. Texte original, accompagné d'une traduction. Natalis de WAILLY.
70953: VINCE, CHARLES: - The Street of Faces: Glimpses of Town. With Eight Drawings by J.D.M.Harvey.
67140: VINCENT, RENE: - La Maman du Jeune Permissionnaire (the mother of the young soldier on leave). Comme il y a longtemps qui je n'avais goute le plaisir de me voir si belle. (It’s a long time since I had the pleasure of seeing myself look so beautiful).
49220: VINCENT, ERIC W. / HINTON, PERCIVAL: - The University of Birmingham: Its History and Significance.
67333: VINCENT, JOHN (ED): - A Selection from the Diaries of Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby (1826-93) Between September 1869 and March 1878. Camden Fifth Series, volume 4.
79889: VINE, EDWARD: - Signed Limited Edition Print of "Max Gate" Thomas Hardy's Residence, Dorchester Numbered 248/1000 and signed in pencil by Aritist.
79781: VOLTAIRE, AROUET DE: - Theatre de Voltaire Edition Stereotype. D’apres le procede de Firmin Didot. In Twelve Volumes. In French Language.
74651: VOLTAIRE, M. DE; - Histoire de L’Empire de Russie. Sous Pierre-Le-Grand. Nouvelle Edition, Soigneusement corrigee, et collationee sur les meilleures impressions.
74592: VOLTAIRE; - Histoire de Charles XII, Roi de Suede. Edition Stereotype, D’apres le procede de Firmin Didot.
79880: VON REILLY, FRANZ JOHANN JOSEPH: - Original Antique Hand Coloured Engraved Map of “Die Inseln um Portsmouth” Copper-plate Engraved Map. “The Islands Around Portsmouth. No. 678.”
77583: VYNER, ROBERT T.; BLEW, WILLIAM C. A.; BRADLEY, CUTHBERT; - Notitia Venatica, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting Embracing the General Management of Hounds. A New Edition Revised, Corrected and Enlarged by William C. A. Blew. Revised and Brought down to date by Cuthbert Bradley. With Twelve Illustrations by Henry Alken and Others Coloured By Hand. In Two Volumes.
79294: W. F. STANLEY & CO.: - Catalogue of W.F. Stanley & Co. Limited Manufacturers of Surveying, Mathematical, Drawing, Optical and Scientific Instruments, and Drawing Office Stationers and Furnishers. Est. 1853. Thirty Second “P” Edition, Copyright. With 1937 Revisions.
77786: W.H. KOELBEL; TREVOR; FORREST A. S.; - South America. Painted & Described.
54202: WACHER, JOHN: - Coming of Rome.
72509: WADDELL, HELEN: - Songs of the Wandering Scholars. Edited and with a preface by Dame Felicitas Corrigan. Wood engravings by Joan Freeman.
73986: WAGNER, SIR ANTHONY: - Heralds and Ancestors.
74631: WAGNER, ERNST; - Sammtliche Schriften. Ausgabe Letzter Hand beforgt von Freidrich Wosengeil. Sechster Hand.
67193: WAIN, JOHN: - The Oxford Library of English Poetry. Three volumes. Vol I, Edmund Spenser to John Dryden; Vol II, Charles Sackville to John Keats; Vol III, George Darley to Seamus Heaney.
75719: (WAIN) - Merry Times with Louis Wain. Stories in Prose & Verse by Dorothy Black, Grace C.Floyd, Norman Gale, and others.
76532: WAIN, LOUIS: - Louis Wain’s Annual 1913.
73605: WAIN, JOHN: - Samuel Johnson.
75041: WAKE, HENRY T.; - All The Monumental Inscriptions in the Graveyards of Brigham and Bridekirk. Near Cockermouth, In the County of Cumberland, From 1666 to 1876.
79913: WAKE SMART, T.W.: - A Chronicle of Cranborne and Cranborne Chase. Introduction by Desmond Hawkins. Limited edition.
79013: WAKE, WILLIAM ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY: - The Genuine Epistles of the Apostolical Fathers, St. Clement, Ignatius, Polcarp, Barnabas, The Pastor of Hermas; and an Account of the Martyrdoms of St. Ignatus & Polycarp... Together with the Holy Scriptures of the New Testament... From the Seventh London Edition.
75390: WALFORD, EDWARD; - Chapters from Family Chests. Two Volumes.
72214: WALKER, J.: - Portland. Engraved view of Portland with Rufus castle in background. Published June 15 1796 by J.Walker 16 Rosomans Street London.
75366: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Devonshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
79763: WALKER, MICK: - Moto Guzzi; The Racing Story
75338: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Isle of Man. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75340: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Leicestershire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75313: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cornwall. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75314: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cambridgeshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75334: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Rutlandshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75335: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Northamptonshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75325: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Jersey. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
71904: WALKER, RALPH S. (ED): - James Beattie’s London Diary 1773. Edited, with an Introduction, by Ralph S.Walker. Aberdeen University Studies No.122.
70922: WALKER, GEORGE: - Aberdeen Awa’. Sketches of its Men, Manners, and Customs as delineated in Brown’s Book-Stall, 1892-4. Revised and largely extended, with Portraits and Illustrations.
75315: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Buckinghamshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75321: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Derbyshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75323: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Huntingdonshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75367: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Somersetshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75368: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cheshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75370: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Suffolk. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75327: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Oxfordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75328: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Staffordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75331: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Monmouthshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75332: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Bedfordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75363: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Cumberland. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75342: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Lincolnshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75336: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Nottinghamshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75324: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Herefordshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75337: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Surrey. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
75329: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Westmorland. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….”.
72342: WALKER, CHARLES: - Wonders of the Ancient World.
77267: WALKER, J. & C.; - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF Devon. Prepared for “Hobson’s Fox-Hunting Atlas.”
77266: WALKER, J. & C.; - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF Cornwall. Prepared for “Hobson’s Fox-Hunting Atlas.”
77265: WALKER, J. & C.; - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED HAND-COLOURED MAP OF Devonshire. From “State of Railways.”
77426: WALKER, J. & C. / LEWIS: - ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF Nottinghamshire. Engraved for LEWIS's “Topographical Dictionary” and drawn by R. Creighton. From: “AN ATLAS comprising Maps of the Several Counties, divided into Unions….” Engraved by J. C. Walker.
79980: WALLACE, IVY L.: - Pookie Puts The World Right Written and Illustrated by Ivy L. Wallace.
79317: WALLACE, ALFRED RUSSEL: - Natural Selection and Tropical Nature. Essays on Descriptive and Theoretical Biology. New Edition with Corrections and Additions.
73030: WALLAS, GRAHAM: - Human Nature in Politics. An Introduction to the Study of Psychology in Politics.
70173: WALLIS, STEVE: - Dorchester. A History and Celebration of the Town. Produced by the Francis Frith Collection.
78001: WALLIS, J. P. R.; - The Northern Goldfields, Diaries of Thomas Baines. Governtment Archives of Southern Rhodesia. Oppenheimer Series Number Three. In Three Volumes. 1869-1872.
75412: WALLIS, STEVE; - Dorchester Century Fascinating Glimpses of Old and New Dorchester.
69768: WALLIS, J.P.R.(ED): - The Matabele Mission. A selection from the correspondence of John and Emily Moffat, David Livingstone and others. 1858-1878.
78065: WALLIS, J. P. R.; LIVINGSTONE, D.; - The Zambezi Expedition of David Livingstone 1858-1863. Two Volumes. Journals, Letters and Dispatches. Central African Archives, Oppenheimer Series, Number Nine.
68755: WALMSLEY, LEO: - Sally Lunn.
79950: WALPOLE, HUGH: - Wintersmoon Passages in the Lives of Two Sisters Janet and Rosalind Grandison. Signed Limited Edition.
78730: WALPOLE, HUGH: - John Cornelius, His Life and Adventures. Signed and Limited Large Paper Edition.
77849: WALPOLE, HORACE; - Letters to the Countess of Ossory. In Three Volumes.
49606: WALSH, DR. J.H. (STONEHENGE): - The Horse, in the Stable and the Field: His varieties, management in health and disease, anatomy, physiology etc.; etc.
80003: WALSINGHAM, LORD: - Fish Illustrated.
78046: WALTER, RICHARD; - Anson's Voyage Round The World. In The Years 1740, 1741, 1742, 1743, 1744. (Adventures in Field and Flood.)
71417: WALTON, IZAAK: - The Compleat Angler, or The Contemplative Man's Recreation, Being a Discourse of Rivers, Fishponds, Fish and Fishing not unworthy the Perusal of most Anglers. Illustrated by ARTHUR RACKHAM. Introduction by Henry Williamson.
75601: WALTON, RONALD G.; - The History of the Nottingham Chamber of Commerce. 1860-1960.
76764: WALTON, KEVIN E. W.; - Two Years in the Antarctic.
79494: WALTON, ISAAC: - The Compleat Angler, or Contemplative Man’s Recreation. This FACSIMILE of the first edition 1653. In Slipcase.
78045: WALTON, AMY; - Thistle and Rose. A Story of for Girls. With Four Illustrations by R. Barnes.
78044: WALTON, AMY; - Black, White and Gray. A Story of Three Homes. With Four Illustrations by Robert Barnes.
79685: WANKLYN, C: - Lyme Regis. A Retrospect.
69977: WARD, SADIE: - The Countryside Remembered. Foreword by Gordon Beningfield.
74965: WARD, SADIE; - The Countryside Remembered. Foreword by Gordon Beningfield.
79321: WARD, ROLAND: - Records of Big Game. With their Distribution, Characteristics, Dimensions, Weights, and Horn & Tusk Measurements of the Different Species. Fourth Edition.
52509: WARD, A.C - Illustrated History of English Literature Volume One. Chaucer to Shakespeare.
70368: WARDMAN, ALAN: - Religion and Statecraft among the Romans.
78655: WARNE, CHARLES: WILLIAM WAKE SMART, DR. T.: - Ancient Dorset. The Celtic, Roman, Saxon, and Danish Antiquities of the County .Including THE EARLY COINAGE illustrated with plates and woodcuts. Also An Introduction to the Ethnology of Dorset, and other Archaeological Notices of the County, By DR. T. WILLIAM WAKE SMART.
76451: WARNER, OLIVER; - Chatto & Windus. A Brief Account of the Firm’s Origin, History and Development.
75962: WARNER, GEORGE TOWNSEND; - Harrow in Prose and Verse With 25 Plates in Colour reproduced from Sketches by Arthur Garratt, and from Portraits in the Vaughan Library and in the National Portrait Gallery. LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION.
78884: WARNER, RICHARD: - Hampshire Extracted from the Domes-Day Book: With an accurate English Translation, Preface, and Introduction; containing an Account of this curious Record, a view of the ANGLO SAXON HISTORY and Form of Government, from the Reign of Alfred: Together with a Slight Sketch of the most Material Alterations which the Latter underwent at the Period of the Conquest. To which is added, A GLOSSARY Explanatory of the Obsolete Words.
79011: WARNES, JOHN: - On The Cultivation of Flax; The Fattening of Cattle with Native Produce; Box-Feeding; and Summer-Grazing. Dedicated to the Landlords and Tenants of Great Britain and Ireland. Second Edition.
61334: WARREN, H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Chester.
61344: WARREN, H.: - Attractive original steel engraving of Leeds. Engraved by J.Stephenson.
72916: WARREN, C.HENRY: - Happy Countryman. Illustrated by C.F.Tunnicliffe.
79293: WARREN, D.E.: - Atlas of Kenya A comprehensive series of new and authentic maps prepared from the national survey and other governmental sources with gazetteer and notes on pronunciation and spelling.
76995: WARREN, C. HENRY; - The County Books. Essex.
69783: WATSON, ROWLAND: - A Scrapbook of Inns.
68485: WATSON, DACRE: - Red Sea Caravan. The Aden Airways Story.
75273: WATSON, ALFRED E. T.; - The Young Sportsman.
74539: WATSON, A.E. (ED.); & VARIOUS; - The Badminton Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Vol. XXXIV (34). January to December 1912. Plus January to February 1913.
76402: (107). WATSON, ADAM / MOSS, ROBERT: - Grouse. (The New Naturalist 107). The Natural History of British and Irish Species.
70375: WATSON, G.R.: - The Roman Soldier. Aspects of Greek and Roman Life. General editor: H.H.Scullard.
77619: WATSON, E. W.: - Ashmore. Co. Dorset. A History of the Parish. With Index to the Registers 1651 to 1820. (Of The Society of St. Andrew, Salisbury.)
75848: WATT, WILLIAM W. - Shilling Shockers of The Gothic School. A Study of Chapbook Gothic Romances.
75434: WAUGH, EVELYN; STUART BOYLE; - The Loved One. An Anglo-American Tragedy. Illustrated by STUART BOYLE.
75435: WAUGH, EVELYN: - Scott-King's Modern Europe.
76264: WAUGH, EVELYN: - A Tourist in Africa.
72433: WEAR, RUSSELL / LEES, ERIC: - Stephen Lewin and the Poole Foundry.
77568: WEBBER, RONALD; - The Devon and Somerset Blackdowns. Photographs specially taken by Cliff Fane.
76703: WEBER, J. C.: - Die Alpen-Pflanzen (The Alpine Plants) Deutschlands und der Schweiz in 400 nach der natur colorirten abbildungen in naturlicher grosse von J. C. Weber. Vierte Auflage. Systematisch Geordnet Mit text von Dr. C.A. Kranz. In Four volumes.
70383: WEBSTER, GRAHAM: - Fortress into City. The Consolidation of Roman Britain, First Century AD.
78184: WEBSTER, WILLIAM: - Jack Safford. A Tale of the East Coast. With Coloured Illustrations by Ernest Prater.
77040: WEBSTER, T. B. L.: - Greek Terracottas. (No.54).
49578: WEBSTER - - The Illustrated Webster spelling book Ward & Lock's educational series
71225: WEDMORE, MILLICENT: - From a Cornish Moor.
70955: WEDMORE, MILLICENT: - From a Cornish Moor.
71224: WEDMORE, MILLICENT: - From a Cornish Moor.
70104: WEINSTOCK, M.B.: - Old Dorset.
76576: WEIR, HARRISON: - Animal Stories, Old & New. Told in Pictures and Prose. Engraved and Printed by Edmund Evans.
79017: WELBY, E.: - Twenty Four Views of Herne Bay & Neighbourhood.
75385: WELCH, CHARLES; - History of The Worshipful Company of Pewterers of the City of London. Based Upon Their Own Records. In Two Volumes.
65008: WELDON, DOM BENNET: - English Bendictine Congregation. Chronological Notes containing the Rise, Growth and Present State of the English Congregation of the Order of St.Benedict, drawn from the archives of the houses of the said congregation...authentic acts and original deeds.
78300: WELLS, H. G.: - The Island of Doctor Moreau.
77902: WELLS, H. G.; - A Modern Utopia.
77900: WELLS, H. G.; - The Misery of Boots. Reprinted with alterations from the Independent Review, December 1905.
77904: WELLS, H. G.; - Tono-Bungay.
76074: WELLS, H.G: - The War in the Air. And particularly how Mr Bert Smallways fared while it lasted. With Illustrations by A. C. Michael.
79979: WELLS GARNER, DARTON & CO.: - THE PRIZE FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. 1898 (no.'s 1 - 12).
48130: WELLS, A.K.: - Outline of Historical Geology.
77903: WELLS, H. G.; - A Quartette of Comedies. Kips, The Story of a Simple Soul; Love and Mr Lewisham; The History of Mr Polly; Bealby.
77819: WELLS, H. G.: - The Wonderful Visit.
77825: WELLS, H. G.: - First & Last Things. A Confession of Faith and Rule of Life.
77823: WELLS, H.G: - The War in the Air. And particularly how Mr Bert Smallways fared while it lasted. With Illustrations by A. C. Michael.
77822: WELLS, H. G.: - New Worlds For Old.
77905: WELLS, H. G.; - Love and Mr Lewisham.
77263: WENTWORTH, LADY; - Thoroughbred Racing Stock. And Its Ancestors. The Authentic Origins of Pure Blood. Revised Edition. With 368 plates in half-tone and 24 plates in colour.
72700: WERNER, M.R. / STARR, JOHN: - The Teapot Dome Scandal. The gigantic swindle of the Twenties and how it was exposed by a remarkable feat of detection.
74041: WERNER-KUNZIG, WALTRAUT: - Swarzwalder Trachten. Traditional Costumes of the Black Forest. Costumes populaires de la Foret-Noire. German, English and French language.
72811: WESLEY, MARY: - Part of the Furniture.
67960: WEST, STANLEY: - The Book of Dogs. Foreword by Jerrold Vassall Adams. Photographs by Walter Guiver.
76028: WESTELL, W. PERCIVAL; TURNER, HENRY; - The Stream I Know. With 13 Coloured & Many Black and White Illustrations.
74535: WESTELL, W. PERCIVAL; - Country Rambles Being a Field Naturalist’s and Country Lover’s Note Book for a Year. Illustrated by photographs taken direct from nature by J.T. Newman and from Drawings by Arthur Martin.
80037: WESTERMAN, PERCY F.: - Midshipman Webb's Treasure Illustrated by D. L. Mays.
55667: WESTHEIMER, DAVID: - Over the Edge.
48701: WESTHEIMER, DAVID: - Von Ryan's Express.
45917: WESTROPP, H. M.: - Primitive Symbolism as Illustrated in Phallic Worship or the Reproductive Principle. Introduction by General Forlong.
77268: WESTWOOD, J. O.; HUMPHREYS, H. N.; - British Moths and Their Transformations. Arranged and Illustrated in a Series of Plates by H. N. Humphreys, With Characters and Descriptions by J. O. Westwood. In Two Volumes.
78721: WHARTON, EDITH: - The Fruit of the Tree. Author of ‘The House of Mirth,’ etc.
74295: WHEATLEY, HENRY B. - Memoirs of Sir Nathaniel William Wraxall. 1772-1784 The Historical and Posthumous... Edited, with notes and additional chapters from the Author’s unpublished MS. In Five Volumes.
72036: WHEELER, JAMES SCOTT: - The Making of a World Power. War and the Military Revolution in Seventeenth Century England.
68159: WHEELER, H.: - Wheeler’s Illustrated Guide to Weymouth and Neighbourhood with plan of Melcombe Regis and Map of the Walks and Rides in the Vicinity.
62290: WHERRY, ALBINA: - J.M.W.Turner. Bell's Miniature Series of Painters.
77495: WHISTLER, LAWRENCE; - The Engraved Glass of Larence Whistler. With and Introduction by The Artist. SIGNED LIMITED NUMBERED EDITION.
78425: WHITAKER, EVELYN: - Pomona. By The Author of ‘Laddie,’ ‘Tip-Cat,’ &c. &c.
78426: WHITAKER, EVELYN: - Rose and Lavender. By The Author of ‘Laddie,’ ‘Tip-Cat,’ ‘Pomona,’ &c. &c.
70703: WHITE, W.: - A Londoner's Walk to the Land's End and Back. And a Trip to the Scilly Isles.
70780: WHITE, H.J.OSBORNE: - A Short Account of the Geology of the Isle of Wight. Natural Environment Research Council. Institute of Geological Sciences. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain England and Wales.
79795: WHITE, REV. GILBERT: - The Natural History of Selbourne With observations... and the naturalists calendar. With additions and supplementary notes by Sir William Jardine and further edited by Edward Jesse. With Forty Engravings.
73187: WHITE, R.J. (ED): - The Political Thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. A Selection by R.J.White.
77126: WHITE, EVELYN; - The Journal of Willam Dowsing, Of Stratford, Parliamentary Visitor, Appointed Under a Warrant from the Earl of Manchester, for demolishing the superstitious pictures and ornaments of churches &c., within the County of Suffolk, in the Years 1643-1644. A New Edition, with an introduction, Notes, etc.
75886: WHITE, JOHN; - Forest and Woodland Trees in Britain. Westonburt Arboretum, Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
72499: WHITE, T.H.: - The Age of Scandal. An Excursion Through a Minor Period. With an introduction by Reay Tannahill.
77190: WHITE, ROLAND; - Phoenix Squadron HMS Ark Royal, Britain’s last topguns and the untold story of their most extraordinary mission.
78783: WHITE, GILBERT: - The Natural History of Selborne. To which are added, The Naturalist’s Calendar, Miscellaneous Observations, and Poems. A New Edition, With Engravings. In Two Volumes.
44613: WHITEHEAD, PHYLLIS: - The Brontes Came Here. Preface by Donald Hopewell. Illustrations by A. E. Whitehead.
59222: WHITEHEAD, CHARLES: - The Life and Times of Sir Walter Ralegh: With copious extracts from his “History of the World”.
73689: WHITEHOUSE, PATRICK / THOMAS, DAVID STJOHN (EDS): - The Great Western Railway. 150 Glorious Years.
80146: WHITLOCK, RALPH: - The Regional Books. Salisbury Plain.
62062: WHITLOCK, RALPH: - The Shaping of the Countryside.
70776: WHITLOCK, RALPH: - Whitlock’s Wessex.
55600: WHITNEY, SIMON N.: - Antitrust Policies: American Experience in Twenty Industries, 2 Volumes. Signed copies.
51642: WHITNEY, CHARLES - Bridges: A Study In Their Art, Science And Evolution.
80024: WHITTICK, ARNOLD: - Symbols Signs and Their Meaning
67134: WHITTOCK, N.: - Exeter College. N.Whittock. Lithg. Oxford.
74832: WHITTOCK, N.; - Views of the Exterior and Interior of the Collegiate Church of St. Cuthberga, Wimborne Minster. Dorset. With a concise History of the Church, and description of the Plates. Second enlarged edition. Illustrated also by engravings on wood. Limited edition. COLOUR PLATES.
74833: WHITTOCK, N.; - Views of the Exterior and Interior of the Collegiate Church of St. Cuthberga, Wimborne Minster. Dorset. With a concise History of the Church, and description of the Plates. Second enlarged edition. Illustrated also by engravings on wood. Limited edition.
62027: WHO&APOS;S WHO 1970. - An Annual Biographical Dictionary. .
73713: WHYMPER, EDWARD: - Travels amongst the Great Andes of the Equator. With maps and illustrations.
77790: WHYMPER, CHARLES; - Egyptian Birds. For the most part seen in the Valley.
77461: WHYTE-MELVILLE, G. J.; - Songs and Verses and The True Cross. Illustrated by S. E. Walker.
68091: (WIDGERY, F.J.) PRESLAND, J.: - Lynton and Lynmouth. A Pageant of Cliff & Moorland.
79566: WIFFEN, J. H.: - The Jerusalem Delivered of Torquato Tasso Translated into English Spenserian Verse, With A Life of the Author. Third Edition. In Two Volumes.
72888: WIGHTMAN, RALPH: - Portrait of Dorset.
75942: WIGHTMAN, RALPH: - Portrait of Dorset. With Signed Letter.
80038: WIGHTMAN, RALPH: - The Regional Books. The Wessex Heathland. County Books Regional
73663: WIGHTMAN, RALPH: - Portrait of Dorset.
71357: WIGMORE, PAUL (ED): - A Victorian View of Old England.
77788: WIGRAM, EDGAR: - Northern Spain. Painted & Described.
74086: WILCOX, R.TURNER: - The Mode in Costume. New revised edition. Egypt 3000BC to the Present. Men and Women. Figures, Accessories, Motifs.
76025: WILDER, ANTHONY - The Magic Hour and Other Poems. Limited Numbered Edition.
77410: WILDMAN, W. B.: - Life of S. Ealdhelm, First Bishop of Sherborne. Limited Numbered Edition.
77412: WILDMAN, W. B.: - A Short History of Sherborne. From 705 A.D.
42677: WILDMAN, W.B: - A Short History of Sherborne. From 705 A.D.
77624: WILDMAN, W. B.: - A Short History of Sherborne. From 705 A.D.
77629: WILDMAN, W. B.: - A Short History of Sherborne. From 705 A.D. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
71368: WILKES, LYALL / DODDS, GORDON: - Tyneside Classical. The Newcastle of Grainger, Dobson and Clayton.
78214: WILKES, J.: - Dorsetshire.
78489: WILKINS, WILLIAM: - Atheniensia, Or, Remarks on the Topography and Buildings of Athens.
74319: WILL RANSOM - LITTLE DUTCHY NURSERY SONGS FROM HOLLAND
65591: WILLIAM BARNES / BURTON, TOM: - The Vaices that be Gone. Selected poems from William Barnes’s Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect (First Collection, 1844). With Phonemic transcripts and an audio recording fronm the 2009 Adelaide Fringe.
52510: WILLIAM HEATON (ED) - CASSELL'S CONCISE CYCLOPAEDIA. Popular edition
55728: WILLIAMS, CHARLES: - Man on a Leash. A Mystery Novel.
63666: WILLIAMS, NIGEL: - The Wimbledon Poisoner.
71135: WILLIAMS, ARCHIBALD: - The Romance of Modern Engineering. Containing interesting descriptions in Non-Technical Language of the Nile Dam, The Panama Canal, The Tower Bridge, The Brooklyn Bridge, The Trans-Siberian Railway, The Niagara Falls Power Co., Bermuda Floating Dock, etc., etc.; New Edition, Revised and Brought up to Date by T.W.Corbin. With many Illustrations.
58232: WILLIAMS, NIGEL: - They Came From SW19. By the author of ‘The Wimbledon Poisoner’.
80102: WILLIAMS, EMLYN: - The Corn is Green A Comedy in Three Acts
79826: WILLIAMS, JOHN: - Hume: Portrait of a Double Murderer
78743: WILLIAMS, ALFRED: - Songs in Wiltshire. SIGNED.
78744: WILLIAMS, ALFRED: - Cor Cordium. SIGNED.
45654: WILLIAMS, NIGEL: - Witchcraft. (Comic drama).
69855: WILLIAMS, MERRYN: - A Preface to Hardy. Preface Books.
79177: WILLIAMS, ARCHIBALD; - The Romance of Modern Exploration With Descriptions of Curious Customs, Thrilling Adventures and Interesting Discoveries of Explorers in All Parts of The World. With Twenty-Six Illustrations.
78048: WILLIAMS, ARCHIBALD; - The Romance of Modern Locomotion. Containing Interesting Descriptions (in Non-Technical Language) of the Rise and Development of the Railroad Systems in all Parts of the World. With 25 Illustrations.
79374: WILLIAMSON, HENRY: - Collected Nature Stories. Stories from the Pergrines Saga, The Old Stag and Tales of Moorland and Estuary.
62284: WILLIAMSON, GEORGE C.: - Frederick Lord Leighton. Bell’s Miniature Series of Painters.
61017: WILLIS, ARTHUR J.: - Genealogy for Beginners.
70666: WILLIS, BARBARA / WILLIS, DEREK: - A Wimborne Camera.
77860: WILLIS, BROWNE; EDWARDS, EDWARD; - Willis' Survey of St. Asaph, Considerably Enlarged and Brought Down to the Present Time; With the Addition of the Names of the Canons and Vicars Choral of the Cathedral; and the incumbents of the different parishes in the discese from the earliest dates with some memoirs... A Second Appendix... A Historical Acocount... and Life of the Author, Prefixed. In Two Volumes.
50116: WILLIS, ARTHUR J.: - WINCHESTER ORDINATIONS 1660-1829 from Records in the Diocesan Registry, Winchester. Volume I: Ordinands' Papers 1734-1827 (with a Few Earlier Surviving) Volume II: Bishops’ Registers, Subscription Books, Exhibition of Orders.
78855: WILLOUGHBY, H: - Australian Pictures. Drawn with Pen and Pencil.
64294: WILLS, GEOFFREY: - Wedgewood.
57397: WILLSHER, JOHN F.: - Dorset and Beyond. The Willsher Family History. AD 1550-2000. Signed copy.
55789: WILMOT, JOHN: - The Life of the Rev. John Hough, DD: successively Bishop of Oxford, Lichfield and Coventry, and Worcester: formerly President of St Mary Magdelen College, Oxford, in the Reign of James II. Containing many of his letters, and biographical notices of several persons with whom he was connected.
79601: WILSON, SIR ARNOLD T.: - The Persian Gulf. An Historical Sketch from the earliest Times to the Beginning of the Twentieth Century. With a foreword by Rt. Hon. L. S. Amery.
73276: WILSON, VERNON / WELCH, F.B.A. / ROBBIE, J.A. / GREEN, G.W.: - Geology of the Country around Bridport and Yeovil. Natural Environment Research Council, Institute of Geological Sciences, Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain, England and Wales. (Explanation of One-inch Geological Sheets 327 and 312, New Series.)
70215: WILSON, A.E.: - The Lyceum. Illustrated from the Raymond Mander and Joe Mitcheson Theatre Collection.
76004: WILSON AND PHILLIPS - Who’s Who in Worcestershire Limited edition.
53877: WILSON, ANGUS: - The Mulberry Bush, a play in three acts.
51547: WILSON, ROMER - The Hill of Cloves. A Tract on True Love with a Digression Upon An Invention of The Devil SIGNED BY AUTHOR
49980: WILSON, ANGUS: - Such darling dodos, and other stories.
54197: WILSON, ANGUS: - As If By Magic. A Novel.
79225: WILSON, SIR JOHN: WINCHESTER, CLARENCE: - The Royal Philatelic Collection
76800: WILSON, EDWARD: - Diary of the “Terra Nova” Expedition To the Antarctic 1910-1912. An Account of Scott’s Last expedition, edited from the original mss. in the Scott Polar Research Institute and the British Museum, by H. G. R. King.
55571: WILSON, DEREK: - The World Encompassed - Drake's Great Voyage 1577-1580.
80057: WILTSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY: - The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 1854 - 1919 Volumes 1 - 40. Complete in Forty Volumes.
79949: WIMBUSH, H. B.: CAREY, E. F.: - The Channel Islands. Painted by Henry B. Mimbush, Described by Edith F. Carey.
75493: WINANT, LEWIS; - Early Percussion Firearms A History of Early Percussion Firearms Ignition from Forsyth to Winchester .44/40.
53941: WINCHCOMBE, ANNA: - Thomas Hardy: A Wayfarer. Signed.
60209: WINDLE, BERTRAM C.A.: - The Proportions of The Human Body.
78332: WINN, GODFREY: - One Man's Dog.
78924: WINSTANLEY, ROY: - The Life & Times of a Country Diarist. With Illustrations.
69284: WINTER, GORDON: - The Golden Years 1903-1913. A Pictorial survey of the most interesting decade in English History, recorded in contemporary photographs and drawings.
78395: WINTER JONES, JOHN: HAKLUYT, RICHARD: - Divers Voyages Touching the Discovery of America and the Islands Adjacent. With Notes and Introduction by John Winter Jones of the British Museum.
75829: WISCHHUSEN, STEPHEN; - The Hour of One. Six Gothic Melodramas.
65932: WISDEN - Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1987. 124th edition.
65933: WISDEN - Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1988. 125th Year.
65930: WISDEN - Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1985. 122nd edition.
65927: WISDEN - Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1982. 119th edition.
77085: WISE, JOHN R: - The New Forest. Its History and its Scenery. Fifth Edition. With 63 Illustrations by Walter Crane, engraved by W. J. Linton and Two Maps.
50317: WITTGENSTEIN, LUDWIG: - Philosophische Grammatik . Teil 1: Satz. Sinn Des Satzes; Teil 2: Uber Logik Und Mathematik.
50360: WITTGENSTEIN, LUDWIG / WINCH, PETER (ED.): - Studies in the Philosophy of Wittgenstein. International Library of Philosophy and Scientific Method. Ed. Ted Honderich.
54859: WITTGENSTEIN, LUDWIG: - Opmerkingen over de kleuren. vertaling & nawoord Paul Wijdeveld.
79112: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The Luck of The Bodkins
79111: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Full Moon.
76969: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The Gold Bat.
76967: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The White Feather
76963: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Service with a Smile.
76964: WODEHOUSE, P.G.: - Ice in the Bedroom.
76958: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Company for Henry.
76960: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves.
76953: WODEHOUSE, P.G: - Pearls, Girls and Monty Bodkin
76954: WODEHOUSE, P.G.: - Aunts Aren't Gentlemen.
76956: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Galahad at Blandings.
76952: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The Return of Jeeves
76943: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The Head of Kay's
76945: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Laughing Gas.
76947: WODEHOUSE, P. G.; BOLTON, GUY; - Bring On The Girls The Improbable Story of Our Life in Musical Comedy, with Pictures to Prove It.
76935: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Three Men and a Maid
76936: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Ukridge
76938: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The Clicking of Cuthbert
76928: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - The Little Nugget Second Edition.
76920: WODEHOUSE, P. G.: - Lord Emsworth and Others
61490: WOLFE, TOM: - A Man in Full.
73089: WOLFE, HUMBERT: - Requiem. Signed limited edition.
72682: WOLFF, LEON: - In Flanders Fields. The 1917 Campaign. With an introduction by J.F.C.Fuller.
55874: WOLLASTON, NICHOLAS: - The Tale Bearer.
63805: WOLPE, JOSEPH: - Psychotherapy by Reciprocal Inhibition.
68461: WOOD, P.J.: - A History of Education in Chardstock. 1712-1979.
74908: WOOD, REV. J. G.; - Nature’s Teachings Human Invention Anticipated by Nature. New Edition.
74906: WOOD, REV. J. G.; - Homes Without Hands. Being A Description of the Habitations of Animals, Classed According to their Principle of Construction. With New Designs by W. F. Keyl and E. Smith. Engraved by G. Pearson.
70509: WOOD, MARGARET: - The English Mediaeval House. With frontispiece, 60 pages of half-tone plates, 32 pages of engravings and 117 illustrations in the text. Preface by Sir Mortimer Wheeler.
74904: WOOD, REV. THEODORE; - The “Dwellers” Series. Dwellers; In the Pond, In the Garden, In the Meadows, Underground, In the Woods, By River Banks. Illustrated by F. M. B. Blaikie. Six Volumes in One.
73745: WOOD, MICHAEL: - In Search of Myths and Heroes. Accompanies the Television Series.
75900: WOOD, REV. J. G. - Petland Revisited By The Author of ‘Homes Without Hands’, ‘Strange Dwellings’, ‘Insects at Home’ &c. With Numerous Illustrations Engraved by G. Pearson From Drawings by Margery May.
70041: WOODCOCK, GEORGE: - The History of the T.U.C. 1868-1968. A Pictorial Survey of a Social Revolution. Ilustrated with contemporary Prints, Documents and Photographs.
60939: WOODCOCK, JOHN (ED): - Wisden Cricketer’s Almanac. 1981. 118th edition.
76667: WOODGATE, W. B.: - BOATING. With an introd.by the Rev. E .Warre, and A Chapter on Rowing at Eton. (The Badminton Library).
66906: WOODHOUSE, CHARLES PLATTEN: - Ivories. A History and Guide.
67018: WOODLAND, DEREK: - Chickerell Chronicles. 1.The Peto Memorial Reading Room. The story of the Endowment and Subsequent History of a Village Asset.
78248: WOODMAN, RICHARD: SMITH, DAVID: - View From The Sea With Paintings By David Smith. SIGNED COPY.
63847: WOODS, WILLIAM: - England in the Age of Chaucer.
74068: WOODS, T.P.S.: - Prelude to Civil War 1642. Mr.Justice Malet and the Kentish Petitions. With an Introduction by Ivan Roots.
63853: WOODS, ROBIN W.: - The Birds of the Falkland Islands. Foreword by Sir Peter Scott.
64212: WOODWARD, B.B. / CATES, WILLIAM L.R.: - Encyclopaedia of Chronology. Historical and Biographical.
72740: WOODWARD, B.B.: - A History and Description of Winchester. With seventeen steel engravings. Facsimile reprint.
52455: WOOLEY, HARRY (ILLUSTRATOR) - Favourite Animals
75914: (WOOLLS, CHARLES) - The Barrow Diggers. A Dialogue in Imitation of the Grave Diggers in Hamlet. With explanatory Notes.
79932: WOOLNORTH, W.: SHEPHERD, GEO.: - Original Hand Coloured Engraved View of ‘Shaftesbury, Dorset.’ Engraved by W. Woolnorth from a drawing by Geo. Shepherd, Published by Vernor & Hood, Nov 1804. For the Beauties of England and Wales.
79936: WOOLNOTH, W.: SMITH, J.C.: - Original Hand Coloured Engraving of “Bow & Arrow Castle (In Portland), Dorsetshire.” Engraved by W. Woolnoth from a drawing by J.C. Smith, Published by Vernor & Hood. April 1808. For the Beauties of England and Wales.
79280: WOOSTER, DAVID: - Alpine Plants: Figures and Description of some of The Most Striking and Beautiful of The Alpine Flowers. FIRST AND SECOND SERIES. In Two Volumes.
76090: WOOTTON, FRANK; - 50 Years of Aviation Art
71208: WORDSWORTH, DOROTHY: - Illustrated Lakeland Journals. Introduction by Rachel Trickett.
77004: WORDSWORTH, CHR.: - Athens and Attica: Notes of a Tour; With Maps and Plans. Third Edition, Revised.
73051: WORTH, CLAUD: - Squint: Its Causes, Pathology and Treatment.
55906: WOUK, HERMAN: - The Winds of War. A Novel.
65629: WRIGHT, GRAEME (ED): - WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1992.
74065: WRIGHT, G.W.: - Goodall’s Guide to Glastonbury including a brief history of its Monastic Buildings. Seventh edition.
65626: WRIGHT, GRAEME (ED): - Wisden Cricketer’s Almanac. 1989. 126th edition.
75185: WRIGHT, THOMAS; - The Roll of Arms of The Princes, Barons and Knights Who Attended King Edward I. To The Siege of Caerlaverock, in 1300. Edited from the Manuscript in the British Museum, with a translation and Notes. With the Coat-Armours Emblazoned in Gold and Colours.
59312: WRIGHT, PETER: - Spycatcher. The Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer.
65628: WRIGHT, GRAEME (ED): - WISDEN Cricketers' Almanack 1991.
80044: WRIGHT, REV. G. N.: - Life and Campaigns of Arthur, Duke of Wellington, K.G. In Four volumes.
70169: WRIGHT, GEOFFREY N.: - Roads and Trackways of the Yorkshire Dales.
76739: WRIGHT, JOHN: - The Flower Grower's Guide. With Coloured Illustrations by Miss Gertrude Hamilton and Miss Marie Low, and numerous illustrative diagrams... In Six Volumes.
70100: WUNDERLICH, PROFESSOR HANS GEORG: - The Secret of Crete. A controversial account of archaeological detection. Translated from the German by Richard Winston.
68492: WWAINWRIGHT, G.J. - Mount Pleasant, Dorset: Excavations 1970-1971 (Report of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London, No. XXXVII). Incorporating an account of excavations undertaken at Woodhenge in 1970.
77856: WYLLIE, W. L.; JANE, FRED T.: - The British Battle Fleet. Its Inception and Growth Throughout the Centuries. With 25 Illustrations in Colour from the Original Water-Colour Drawings BY W. L. Wyllie. And Numerous Plans And Photographs.
71917: WYNESS, FENTON: - Royal Valley. The story of the Aberdeenshire Dee.
80106: YALDEN, DEREK: - The History of British Mammals Illustrated by Priscilla Barrett and the Author.
69056: YATES, DORNFORD: - Wife Apparent. Lady in Waiting.
55726: YERBY, FRANK: - The Voyage Unplanned.
77774: YONGE, C.M.: - The Sea Shore. (The New Naturalist 12).
79739: YONGE, CHARLOTTE MARY: - The Clever Woman of the Family By the author of “The Heir of Redclyffe.” Copyright Edition. In Two Volumes (Bound in One.)
77861: YORKE, PHILIP; - The Royal Tribes of Wales.
66257: YOUDS, BRYN: - Susie Cooper. An Elegant Affair. Specially commissioned photography by Earl Beesley.
71083: YOUNG, ANDREW: - Quiet as Moss. Thirty-Six Poems. With wood engravings by Joan Hassall, Chosen by Leonard Clark.
74330: YOUNG, FRANCIS BRETT; - Sea Horses. SIGNED AND INSCRIBED.
75239: YOUNG, GERALD; PARKINSON,W.; - The Wild Pigs: A Story for Little People.
57414: YOUNG, D.E.W.: - Schools of Old Poole. South Road and Others. 1628 - 1980.
70106: YOUNG, D.E.W.: - Schools of Old Poole. South Road and Others. 1628 - 1980. Signed copy.
78533: YOUNG, BRIGADIER PETER: - Edgehill 1642. The Campaign and the Battle. SIGNED COPY.
78274: YOUNG, FILSON: - The Trial of Hawley Harvey Crippen. With notes and an introduction. Notable British Trials.
80126: YOUNG, VASH: - No Thank You By the Author of “A Fortune to Share, Let’s Start Over Again.” Signed.
79269: YULE, COLONEL SIR HENRY: - Cathay and the Way Thither, Being a Collection of Medieval Notices of China. New edition, revised throughout in the light of recent discoveries by Henry Cordier. Hakluyt Society. Second Series. Vols. 38, 33, 37 & 41. In Four Volumes.
79491: ZEEPVAT, CHARLOTTE: - The Camera and The Tsars The Romanov Family in Photographs
75532: ZELANZY, ROGER; - The Doors of His Face, The Lamps of His Mouth and other stories.
78976: ZIEGLER, PHILIP: - The Black Death
76242: ZNOSKO-BOROVSKY, EUGENE; - The Middle Game In Chess. Translated by J. Du Mont.
79590: ZOE, LADY HART DYKE: - The Tale of Sebastian the Silkworm Illustrated by Marjorie Dawson
48744: ZULLIGER, HANS: - Buebebärg. Um Murte 1476.
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