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26321: Mr. le Baron de Pufendorff. - Histoire de Suede, Avant Et Depuis la Fondation de la Monarchie. Plus Correcte Que Les PrÉCÉDents, &Amp; ContinuÉE Jus Qu&Rsquo; À L&Rsquo;AnnÉE 1730.
37896: PUGH, Ralph B. - Imprisonment in Medieval England.
14840: PUGIN, Augustus. - Gothic Ornaments of the 15th and 16th Centuries.
38046: PULLAN, Brian. - Rich and Poor in Renaissance Venice: The Social Institutions of a Catholic State, to 1620.
30882: PURCELL, Maureen. - Papal Crusading Policy 1244-1291. The Chief Instruments of Papal Crusading Policy and Crusade to the Holy Land from the Final Loss of Jerusalem to the Fall of Acre.
37215: PURCELL, Mark. - The Country House Library.
36273: PURVIS, Dr. J.S.; GEE, Dr. E.A. - St. Anthony&Rsquo;S Hall, York. A History and Architectural Description.
34641: PUSHKIN, Alexander. Translated by: DALLEY, Janet. Introduction by: BAYLEY, John. Illustrated by: BOYD, Arthur. - Pushkin&Rsquo;S Fairy Tales.
25140: Bernard Quaritch. - A Catalogue of Books Chiefly Relating to the History, Art, and Natural History of India and the Far East, Followed by a Small Collection of Oriental Miniatures, Drawings, Paintings, and Some Arabic, Persian, and Siamese Mss. (No. 462).
22669: QUARLES, F. - Divine Poems: Containing the History of: Jonah; Ester; Job; Sampson. Sions: Sonets; Elegies.
36396: QUAYLE, Eric. - R.M. Ballantyne: A Bibliography of First Editions.
31715: LE QUEUX, William. Illustrated by: FIELD, Capt. Cyril; CROWTHER, T.S.C. - The Great War in England in 1897.
34061: RADLEY, The Late Jeffrey. - Economic Aspects of Anglo-Danish York.
37948: RADZINOWICZ, Leon; HOOD, Roger. - The Emergence of Penal Policy: In Victorian and Edwardian England. Being Volume 5 of a History of English Criminal Law and Its Administration from 1750.
37679: RAGUSA, Isa; GREEN, Rosalie B.[editors]. - Meditations on the Life of Christ. An Illustrated Manuscript of the Fourteenth Century.
32351: RAHIM, M.A. - Lord Dalhousie S Administration of the Conquered and Annexed States. (a Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy to the University of Nagpur).
35355: RAHMATULLAH, Shahabuddin. Foreword by The Honourable Malik Firoz Khan Noon. - Art in Urdu Poetry.
36951: RAHTZ, Philip; HIRST, Susan. - Boardsley Abbey, Redditch, Hereford-Worcestershire: First Report on Excavations 1969-1973. British Archaeological Reports 23.
35624: RAINE, Kathleen. [Author’s signed presentation copy] - The Hollow Hill and Other Poems 1960-1964. The Choice of the Poetry Book Society.
35589: RALEIGH, John McCutcheon. Foreword by F.A. Voigt. - Behind the Nazi Front. A Newspaper Man&Rsquo;S Authentic Picture of Life in Berlin, Poland and Czechoslovakia in the First Months of the War.
34555: RAMSAY, W.M. - The Historical Geography of Asia Minor. Royal Geographic Society Supplementary Papers, Volume IV.
37506: RANDALL, Lilian M.C. - Images in the Margins of Gothic Manuscripts.
32703: RAW, Barbara C. - Anglo-Saxon Crucifixion Iconography and the Art of the Monastic Revival. Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 1.
37978: RAW, Barbara C. - Trinity and Incarnation in Anglo-Saxon Art and Thought Cambridge Studies in Anglo-Saxon England 21
35452: RAWCLIFFE, Carole. - The Hospitals of Medieval Norwich. Studies in East Anglian History, 2.
27904: RAWSON, Piers B. - The Myth of Marsyas in the Roman Visual Arts. An Iconographic Study. Bar International Series 347.
36544: RAWSON, Elizabeth. - The Spartan Tradition in European Thought.
34147: RAZI, Zvi. - Life, Marriage and Death in a Medieval Parish. Economy, Society and Demography in Halesowen 1270-1400.
31185: Written and Illustrated by the Staff of “The Regiment.” - Army Drill Made Easy. A Handbook on Dismounted Drill for Everyone, with an A.B. C. Of the Army.
33543: “FIONN”. - The Martial Music of the Clans. With Historic, Biographic, and Legendary Notes Regarding the Origin of the Music, Also Portraits of Highland Chiefs and Distinguished Clansmen, with Their Seats, Arms, Etc. Etc.
33746: READ, Herbert. [Author’s presentation copy]. - Criterion Miscellany - No. 16. Ambush.
35031: A. Reader. - Archaic Rock Inscriptions. An Account of the Cup and Ring Markings on the Sculptured Stones of the Old and New Worlds.
26817: REDFORD, Bruce. - Venice &Amp; the Grand Tour.
29755: Redigee par, BITHA, Ioanna; FOSKOLOU, Vassiliki; NELLA, Margarita. - Bibliographie de L&Rsquo;Art Byzantin Et Postbyzantin: La Contribution Grecque 1996-2000. Publiee a L&Rsquo;Occasion Du Xxe Congres International Des Etudes Byzantines, Paris 2001.
35802: REDMONDS, George. Foreword by, WAGNER, Sir Anthony. - English Surnames Series I: Yorkshire West Riding.
35446: REEVES, Marjorie. - Pursuing the Muses. Female Education and Noncomformist Culture 1700-1900.
17061: REICHARD, Gladys A. - Spider Woman. A Story of Navajo Weavers and Chanters.
30548: REID, Stuart. Colour plates by, EMBLETON, Gerry. - Like Hungry Wolves: Culloden Moor 16 April 1746.
35681: REID, Rachel R. - The King&Rsquo;S Council in the North.
36389: REIS, Elizabeth. - Damned Women: Sinners and Witches in Puritan New England.
37259: REMIE CONSTABLE, Olivia. - Trade and Traders in Muslim Spain: The Commercial Realignment of the Iberian Peninsula, 900-1500. Cambridge Medieval Life and Thought.
35974: RENCK, Anneliese Pollock. - Female Authorship, Patronage, and Translation in Late Medieval France. From Christine de Pizan to Louise Labe. Texts and Transitions, 13.
37745: RENDELL, Ruth. - Murder Being Once Done.
36441: RENE OF ANJOU. Edited and translated by: GIBBS. Stephanie Viereck; KARCZEWSKA, Kathryn. [Editor’s presentation copy] - The Book of the Love-Smitten Heart.
38089: RENTZ, Ellen K. - Imagining the Parish in Late Medieval England.
36226: Reported by: MARSHALL, James. Appendix by Peter McKenzie. - The Trial of Thomas Hunter, Peter Hacket, Richard M'Niel, James Gibb, and William Mclean, the Glasgow Cotton-Spinners, Before the High Court of Justiciary, at Edinburgh, on Charges of Murder, Hiring to Commit Assassinations - and Committing, and Hiring to Commit, Violence to Persons and Property. To Which Is Annexed Statistics Connected with the Spinning Trade, &Amp;C. , of Glasgow. With Portraits of the Prisoners.
25134: By a Birmingham Resident. - An Historical Curiosity: One Hundred and Forty-One Ways of Spelling Birmingham.
32927: RESTELLI, Felice; SUMMUT, Joseph C. - The Coinage of the Knights in Malta. [in Two Volumes]. (Volume I. Text; Volume II. Plates)
35055: Retold and illustrated by: LE CAIN, Errol. - The White Cat.
35056: Retold by: CORRIN, Sara; CORRIN, Stephen. Illustrated by: LE CAIN, Errol. - Mrs. Fox&Rsquo;S Wedding.
38178: REUTER, Timothy. Edited by Janet L. Nelson. - Medieval Polities and Modern Mentalities.
31996: The Reverend MEDHURST, Charles Edward. - Life and Work of Lady Elizabeth Hastings: The Great Yorkshire Benefactress of the Xviiith Century. Together with Some Account of Ledstone, Thorp Arch and Collingham, to Which Is Added a Complete Roll of the Hastings&Rsquo; Exhibitioners of Queen&Rsquo;S College, Oxford, with Annotations by the Rev. Dr. Magrath, Provost of Queen&Rsquo;S College.
33386: Revised by WALFORD, Rev. H. - The Letters of S. Ambrose, Bishop of Milan, Translated, with Notes and Indices.
34493: RICAUT, Paul - The Present State of the Greek and Armenian Churches, Anno Christi 1678.
36237: RICCA, Joe Ann. - Francis, Viscount Lovel: Time Shows All Things.
38157: RICHARD, Jean. Edited and abridged by Simon Lloyd. Translated by Jean Birrell. - Saint Louis. Crusader King of France.
37295: RICHARD RUFUS OF CORNWALL. Edited by: Lewis, Neil; WOOD, Rega, with the assistance of Jennifer Ottman. - In Aristotelis de Generatione Et Corruptione. Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi 21.
36958: RICHARD, Jean. Edited and abridged by Simon Lloyd. Translated by Jean Birrell. - Saint Louis. Crusader King of France.
35735: RICHARDS, Mrs. Timothy. - Chinese Music. Read Before the China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Shanghai, November, 1898. (Illustrated, Vocally and Instrumentally, by Natives and Foreigners). Repeated (by Request) Before the Shanghai Literary and Debating Society, January 4th, 1890.
34408: RICHARDS, D.S. - The Chronicle of Ibn-Al-Athir for the Crusading Period from Al-Kamil Fi&Rsquo;L-Ta&Rsquo;Rikh Part 1: The Years 491-541/1097-1146; the Coming of the Franks and the Muslim Response. Part 2 the Years 541-589/1146-1193: The Age of Nur Al-Din and Saladin. Part 3 the Years 589-629/1193-1231 the Ayyubids After Saladin and the Mongol Menace.
37521: RICHARDSON, Malcolm. - Middle-Class Writing in Late Medieval London.
36597: RICHARDSON, Brian. - Printing, Writers and Readers in Renaissance Italy.
35741: RICHARDSON, Dr. R.A. - Increasing the Strength of the Eyes and of the Eye Muscles without the Aid of Glasses.
31665: RICHMOND, Colin; HARVEY, Isobel. - Recognitions: Essays Presented to Edmund Fryde.
35254: RICHTER, Benno. - Breitling. The History of a Great Brand of Watches. 1884 to the Present. With Price Guide. A Schiffer Book for Collectors.
33908: RIDOLFI, Roberto. Translated from the Italian by: GRAYSON, Cecil. - The Life of Niccolo Machiavelli.
37867: RILEY, Ron. [Author’s presentation copy] - Yorkshire Rebel. The Life and Times of John Lindley, 1770-1853.
37649: RILEY, Jonathan. [Signed by the artist] - Simeon Stafford.
37332: O'RIORDAN, Elspeth Y. - Britain and the Ruhr Crisis.
29397: DE RIQUER, Marti. - L&Rsquo;Arnes Del Caveller. Armes I Armadures Catalanes Medievals.
35463: RIST, J.M. - Platonism and Its Christian Heritage.
37314: RIX, Kathryn. - Parties, Agents and Electoral Culture in England 1880-1910.
34865: ROBERTS, Charles G.D. Illustrated by: BULL, Charles Livingston. - Red Fox. The Story of His Adventurous Career in the Ringwaak Wilds and of His Final Triumph over the Enemies of His Kind.
35083: ROBERTS, Jennifer Talbot. - Accountability in Athenian Government.
28890: ROBERTSON, Anne Walters. - Guillaume de Machaut and Reims. Context and Meaning in His Musical Works.
34389: ROBERTSON, Kolin. - Some Yorkshire Golf Courses.
32403: ROBERTSON, Emma. - Chocolate, Women and Empire. A Social and Cultural History.
37249: ROBINS, Joseph. - Champagne and Silver Buckles. The Viceregal Court at Dublin Castle 1700-1922.
37339: ROBINSON-HAMMERSTEIN, Helga. - European Universities in the Age of Reformation.
37497: ROBINSON, John Martin; NEAVE, David. Introduction by, WORSLEY, Giles. - Francis Johnson, Architect.
36987: ROBINSON, I.S. - Henry IV of Germany, 1056-1106.
36505: ROBINSON, Paul. - Military Honour and the Conduct of War from Ancient Greece to Iraq.
38247: RODES, Robert E., Jr. - Lay Authority and Reformation in the English Church. Edward I to the CIVIL War.
36794: ROGERS, Helen. [Author’s presentation copy] - Women and the People: Authority, Authorship and the Radical Tradition in Nineteenth-Century.
35191: ROHL, John C.G. - The Kaiser and His Court. Wilhelm II and the Government of Germany.
36913: ROLKER, Christof. - Canon Law and the Letters of Ivo of Chartres.
36921: ROLT, L. T. C. Illustrated by: WATKINS-PITCHFORD, D.J. [’B.B.’]. With a Forewotd by H.J. Massingham. - Narrow Boat.
31027: ROOKSBY STEELE, H; YERBURY, F.R. - The Old Bank of England, London.
36426: ROOSEVELT, Grace G. - Reading Rousseau in the Nuclear Age.
37004: ROSEMANN, Philipp W. - Peter Lombard.
29682: ROSS, Adelaide. [Author’s presentation copy]. - A Wild Flower Wreath.
38254: ROSS, Neil, ed. - Heroic Poetry from the Book of the Dean of Lismore.
38261: ROSS, John Robert. In collaboration with Sheriff Charles Campbell Ross and A.C. Gordon Ross. - The Great Clan Ross. With Highland Notes and Genealogies of the Cadet Branches in Scotland and the New World.
34464: ROSSABI, Morris. - Voyager from Xanadu. Rabban Sauma and the First Journey from China to the West.
37135: ROSSELLI, John. - The Opera Industry in Italy from Cimarosa to Verdi: The Role of the Impressario.
37628: ROSSETTI, Christina. Illustrated by, CLAYTON CALTHOP, Dion - Goblin Market.
36481: ROSSI, Paolo. Translated by IPSEN, Cynthia De Nardi. - The Birth of Modern Science.
27751: ROUECHE, Charlotte; ERIM, Kenan T. - Aphrodisias Papers: Recent Work on Architecture and Sculpture. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series Number One.
37340: ROUTH, Pauline E. - Medieval Effigial Alabaster Tombs in Yorkshire.
32502: ROWLANDS, Beau, et al. - The Birds of St Helena. British Ornithologists&Rsquo; Union Checklist No. 16
30503: ROWNTREE, B. Seebohm; LASKER, Bruno. - Unemployment: A Social Study.
37016: O’GRADY, Standish. Illustrated by J.B. Yeats. [Jack B. Yeats] - Finn and His Companions.
33808: O’BOYLE, Cornelius. - The Art of Medicine: Medical Teaching at the University of Paris, 1250-1400. Education and Society in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, Volume 9.
28354: O’DONNELL, Elliott. - Great Thames Mysteries.
31197: L’ABBE COCHET, M. - La Seine-Inferieure Historique Et Archeologique. Inspecteur Des Monuments Historiques Et Religieux de la Seine-Inferieure. Epoques Gauloise, Romaine Et Franque.
31845: D’AVRAY, D.L. - Death and the Prince. Memorial Preaching Before 1350.
33943: O’SHAUGHNESSY, Brian. - Consciousness and the World.
35732: A’RABBITT, Shamus. Illustrations by 'SAPAJOU'. - China Coast Ballads (and Other Verses).
35536: [ROBSON, Mary]. ‘By the Author of Aunt Mary’s Tales’. - The Ornaments Discovered: A Story, in Two Parts.
38090: CH’EN, Ch’i-Yun. A Translation of the Shen-Chien With Introduction and Annotations. - Hsun Yueh and the Mind of Late Han China.
37534: O’RAIFEARTAIGH, L. - General Relativity. Papers in Honour of J. L Synge.
34522: O’REILLY, Terence. - From Ignatius Loyola to John of the Cross. Spirituality and Literature in Sixteenth-Century Spain.
31661: D’ALTEROCHE, Bernard. Preface by, LEFEBVRE-TEILLARD, Anne. - De L&Rsquo;Etranger a la Seigneurie a L&Rsquo;Etranger Au Royaume Xie-Xve Siecle.
7495: D’AVENAY, Étienne. - Saint Remi de Reims Apotre Des Francs; 437-533. Ouvrage IllustrÉ D&Rsquo;AprÈS Les Tapisseries Anciennes de Saint-Remi de Reims.
37278: RUBIN, Miri. - Corpus Christi: The Eucharist in Late Medieval Culture.
36420: RUESTOW, Edward G. - The Microscope in the Dutch Republic: The Shaping of Discovery.
35484: RUMBLE, Alexander R., ed. - The Reign of Cnut: King of England, Denmark and Norway.
33322: RUPP, Ernest Gordon. - Religion in England 1688-1791.
30426: RUSHTON, J.H. (Organising Tutor, North East Yorkshire Workers’ Educational Association). - They Kept Faith: The History of Some Yorkshire Christian Congregations Including the Pickering and Malton Congregational Churches. Jointly Sponsored by the Pickering Congregational Church and the Yorkshire North District Workers&Rsquo; Educational Association.
32227: RUSKIN, John. Illustrated by RACKHAM, Arthur. [Signed by Arthur Rackham]. - The King of the Golden River.
38249: RUSKIN, John. - Mr Ruskin's Inaugural Address Delivered at Cambridge, Oct. 29, 1858.
35202: RUSSEL WALLACE, Alfred. - Studies Scientific and Social. [in Two Volumes].
36768: RUSSELL, H. Diane. - Rare Etchings by Giovanni Battista and Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo.
37203: RYAN, Desmond. - The Rising: The Complete Story of Easter Week,
33919: Editor: SABATE, Flocel. - Imago Temporis. Medium Aevum 3 (2009).
35848: MAURUS OF SALERNO. Now first transcribed from a manuscript and translated into English by Morris Harold Saffron. - Maurus of Salerno: Twelfth-Century 'Optimus Physicus'. With His Commentary on the Prognostics of Hippocrates.
37021: SAINSBURY, Lieutenant- Colonel J.D. - The Hertfordshire Yeomanry: An Illustrated History 1794-1920.
16621: SAINT, Andrew. - Richard Norman Shaw.
38085: SAINT-EXUPERY, Antoine de. Translated by Stuart Gilbert from the French Citadelle. - The Wisdom of the Sands.
24268: SALMON, Eric. - Granville Barker: A Secret Life.
37876: SALMON, Philip. - Electoral Reform at Work Local Politics and National Parties 1832-1841.
38246: SALONEN, Kirsi; SCHMUGGE, Ludwig. - A Sip from the Well of Grace. Medieval Texts from the Apostolic Penitentiary. Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Canon Law, Volume 7.
38035: Texte et images de SAMIVEL. - Goupil.
34297: SANDEMAN, Christopher. Illustrated by: O’CONNOR, John. - Thyme and Bergamot.
36933: SANDERS, Lise Shapiro. - Consuming Fantasies: Labor. Leisure, and the London Shopgirl, 1880-1920.
36857: SAUNDERS, Graham. - A History of Brunei.
34246: SAUNDERS, Trevor J. - Plato&Rsquo;S Penal Code. Tradition, Controversy, and Reform in Greek Penology.
34638: SAVORY, Theodore H. - The Spider&Rsquo;S Web. The Wayside and Woodland Series.
38166: SAVVAS, Carol/Lodo Tulku. [sIGNED BY cAROL sAVVAS] - Opuscula Tibetana. Transformation Into the Exalted State. Spiritual Exercises of the Tibetan Tantric Tradition.
34864: SAXO GRAMMATICUS. Edited by: DAVIDSON, Hilda Ellis. Translated by: FISHER, Peter. - The History of the Danes, Books I-IX.
36153: SAYERS, Dorothy. L. - Unnatural Death.
36079: SCALA, Elizabeth. [Author’s presentation copy] - Desire in the Canterbury Tales.
35984: SCALA, Elizabeth. - Absent Narratives, Manuscript Textuality, and Literary Structure in Late Medieval England.
36709: SCARTH DIXON, William. - In the North Countree. Annals and Anecdotes of Horse, Hound and Herd.
37372: SCHELER, Max. Translated from the German by Peter Heath, with a General Introduction to Max Scheler's work by W. Stark. - The Nature of Sympathy.
38112: SCHIVELBUSCH, Wolfgang. Translated from the German by Angela Davies. - Disenchanted Night. The Industrialisation of Light in the Nineteenth Century.
31722: SCHMIDT, Gerhard. - Gotische Bildwerke Und Ihre Meister. [in Two Volumes: ] Volume I. Textband; Volume II. Abbildungen.
34587: SCHNAPP, Jeffrey T. - The Transfiguration of History at the Center of Dante&Rsquo;S Paradise.
10900: SCHOFIELD, James. - An Historical and Descriptive Guide to Scarborough and Its Environs.
38171: SCHULENBERG, David. - The Keyboard Music of J.S. Bach.
36789: SCHULTING, Sabine. - Dirt in Victorian Literature and Culture. Writing Materially.
32711: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland. - Argyll, an Inventory of the Monuments, Volume Four: Iona.
36408: SCOTT, TEMPLE. Introduced by A. Edward Newton. - Oliver Goldsmith Bibliographically and Biographically Considered. Based on the Collection of Material in the Library of W.M. Elkins, Esq.
36463: SCOTT, Sir Walter. - Manners, Customs, and History of the Highlanders of Scotland; Historical Account of the Clan Macgregor.
34643: SEARLE, Ronald. - The Second Coming of Toulouse-Lautrec.
35807: SEARLE, Adrain; SCOTT, Kitty; GRENIER, Catherine. - Peter Doig.
35841: SEDLEY, David, ed. - Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Volume XXVI. Summer 2004.
31455: SEELY, John B. - The Wonders of Elora; or, the Narrative of a Journey to the Temples and Dwellings Excavated out of a Mountain of Granite, and Extending Upwards of Mile and a Quarter, at Elora, in the East Indies, by the Route of Poona, Ahmed-Nuggur, and Toka, Returning by Dowlutabad and Aurungabad; with Some General Observations on the People and Country.
38144: Selected and Edited by, PRICE, Robert M. Chapter Decorations by, DREYFUS. - The Shub-Niggurath Cycle. Tales of the Black Goat with a Thousand Young.
35648: Selected by, NEWMAN, Avis; Curated by, DE ZEGHER, Catherine; Organized by, The Drawing Center, Tate. - The State of Drawing: Gesture and Act. Selected from the Tate Collection.
28676: Selected, written and arranged by, NESBIT, E. With pen & ink drawings by, BELLINGHAM SMITH, H. - Autumn Leaves.
30916: SELLERS, R.V. - The Council of Chalcedon. A Historical and Doctrinal Study.
37680: SENOCAK, Neslihan. - The Poor and the Perfect. The Rise of Learning in the Franciscan Order, 1209-1310.
36803: Translated and set down by: CAMPBELL, C.G. - Told in the Market Place. Forty Tales.
34260: SEUSS, Dr. - Horton Hatches the Egg.
28790: Seven Sculptures by, MANSFIELD, Edgar. With an introduction by, JONES, Trevor, and a note by, BROCKMAN, James. - Twenty Five Bindings: Designed by Edgar Mansfield and Realised by James Brockman.
35625: SEXTON, Anne. - Selected Poems. Poetry Book Society Recommendation.
36222: SEYMOUR, M. C. - English Writers of the Late Middle Ages: Sir John Mandeville. Authors of the Middle Ages, I.
36400: SHAPIRO, Barbara J. - A Culture of Fact: England, 1550-1720.
35704: SHARPE, Kevin. - Image Wars. Promoting Kings and Commonwealth in England, 1603-1660.
34871: SHATZMILLER, Joseph. - Jews, Medicine, and Medieval Society.
34575: SHAW, Christine. - Julius II, the Warrior Pope.
33417: SHAW, P.E. - American Contacts with the Eastern Churches, 1820-1870.
34462: Edited by: SHEILS. W.J. - Studies in Church History, Volume 19: The Church and Healing. Papers Read at the Twentieth Summer Meeting and the Twenty-First Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society.
36552: SHEPHERD, Donald Welton. - The Shepherd Family of York 1664-1990.
37180: SHEPHERD, R. - Prehistoric Mining and Allied Industries.
7288: SHEPPARD, William. - The Offices of Constables, Church-Wardens, Overseers of the Poor, Supravisors of the High-Wayes, Treasurers of the County-Stock; and Some Other Lesser Officers, Plainly and Lively Set Forth.
34415: Translated by, SHIRLEY, Janet. - Crusader Syria in the Thirteenth Century: The Rothelin Continuation of the History of William of Tyre with Part of the Eracles of Acre Text.
38216: SHOEMAKER, Stephen J. - Ancient Traditions of the Virgin Mary&Rsquo;S Dormition and Assumption.
36573: SHUSTERMAN, Noah. - Religion and the Politics of Time. Holidays in France from Louis XIV Through Napoleon.
34248: SIBLY, W.A. and SIBLY, M.D. - The Chronicle of William of Puylaurens. The Albigensian Crusade and Its Aftermath.
35356: SIKORSKA, Liliana. - Voices Against Silence: Julian of Norwich and Margery Kempe. A Feminist Approach to Language.
37988: SILVERSTEIN, Theodore. Edited by John C. Jacobs. Foreword by Winthrop Wetherbee. [Editor’s presentation copy] - Literate Laughter. Critical Essays in Medieval Narrative and Poetry.
37831: SIMCOX, Kenneth. - Wilfred Owen: Anthem for a Doomed Youth.
38201: SIMMS, Eric. - British Larks, Pipits and Wagtails. The New Naturalist Library, No. 78.
34885: SIMS, Eleanor. With: MARSHAK, Boris I.; GRUBE, Ernst J. - Peerless Images. Persian Painting and Its Sources.
37565: SIRAT, Colette. - A History of Jewish Philosophy in the Middle Ages.
23388: SISLEY, Richard. - A Study of Influenza, and the Laws of England Concerning Infectious Diseases. A Paper Read Before the Society of Medical Officers of Health, January 18th, 1892. To Which Is Appended a Paper on the Spread of Influenza by Contagion, Read Before the Epidemiological Society, May 20, 1891. And an Abstract of a Paper on the Prevention of the Spread of Epidemic Influenza, Read at the Seventh International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, August 1891. Together with: Counsel&Rsquo;S Opinion on the Powers of Sanitary Authorities As to Influenza, and the Acts and Extracts from Acts Relating to Infectious Diseases; the Provisional Memorandum on Epidemic Influenza, Issued by the Local Government Board on January 25, 1892; and the Directions for Obtaining Ambulances for the Conveyance of Persons Suffering from Influenza, Issued by the Metropolitan Asylums Board.
35513: SITWELL, Sacheverell. - Valse Des Fleurs. A Day in St Petersburg and a Ball at the Winter Palace in 1868.
11932: SIVITER, Roger. - British Railways, Past &Amp; Present No. 33: Worcestershire.
38253: SKED, Alan. - Radetzky. Imperial Victor and Military Genius.
34027: SKEET, Major Francis John Angus. - The Life of the Right Honourable James Radcliffe, Third Earl of Derwentwater (Co. Northumberland), Viscount Radcliffe and Langley and Baron Tynedale (Co. Cumeberland) and Fifth Baronet of Dilston. With an Account of His Martyrdom for the Catholic Faith and Loyalty to His Rightful King. Followed by Some Particulars of the Life and Execution of His Brother Charles Radcliffe, de Jure Fifth Earl of Derwentwater &Amp; Other Curious Details Relating to the Family.
34828: SKINNER, Patricia. [Author’s presentation copy]. - Health and Medicine in Early Medieval Southern Italy. The Medieval Mediterranean, Volume 11.
37280: SKINNER, Patricia. - Family Power in Southern Italy: The Dutchy of Gaeta &Amp; Its Neighbours, 850-1139.
25450: SKINNER, Rev. James. - Warnings and Consolations Spoken in St. Barnabus Church, Pimlico.
17131: SKIRA, Pierre. - Still Life: A History. (in Slip-Case).
35068: SLACK, Henry J. - Marvels of Pond-Life. Or, a Year&Rsquo;S Microscopic Recreations Among the Polyps, Infusoria, Rotifers, Water-Bears, and Polyzoa.
37228: SLOAN, Robert. - William Smith O'Brien and the Young Ireland Rebellion of 1848.
21992: SMILES, Samuel. - The Life of George Stephenson, Railway Engineer. Fifth Edition, Revised, with Additions.
35764: SMITH, Albert. Illustrated by A. Henning. - The Natural History of 'Stuck-Up' People.
30171: SMITH, Dodie. Illustrated by GRAHAME-JOHNSTONE, Janet, and GRAHAME-JOHNSTONE, Anne. - The Hundred and One Dalmatians.
37056: SMITH, Brendan. - Colonisation and Conquest in Medieval Ireland: The English in Louth, 1170-1330.
24355: SMITH, Sheila M. - The Other Nation. The Poor in English Novels of the 1840s and 1850s.
36340: SMITH, Ali. [Signed copy] - Girl Meets Boy.
36694: SMITH, John. - Old Scottish Clockmakers from 1453 to 1850. Compiled from Original Sources, with Notes.
22748: SMITH, George. - A Memoir with Some Pages of Autobiography.
34609: SMITH, D. Vance. - Arts of Possession. The Middle English Household Imaginary. Minnesota Medieval Cultures, Volume 33.
34412: SMITH, Damian. BUFFERY, Helena. - The Book of Deeds of James I of Aragon: A Translation of the Medieval Catalan Llibre Dels Fets.
35359: SMITH, Alison. With: BUGLER, Caroline; FOISTER, Susan; KOOPSTRA, Anna. - Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites.
36032: SMITHERS, G. V. (editor) - Kyng Alisaunder. [in Two Volumes: ] Vol. I. Text; Volume II. Introduction, Commentary and Glossary. Early English Text Society No. S 227 and 237.
36969: SMYTH, Alfred P. - Scandinavian York and Dublin.
35529: SMYTHE, E.A. - The Sisters of the Cavern. An Interesting Tale, from the French of Madame de Herbster.
37062: SNYDER, Gary. - The Back Country.
35902: Sous la direction de PENEAU, Corinne. - Elections Et Pouvoirs Politiques Du Viie Au Xviie Siecle.
34052: Sous la direction de SAPIN, Christian. [Presentation copy signed by two of the contributors]. - Saint-Etienne D&Rsquo;Auxerre. La Seconde Vie D&Rsquo;Une Cathedrale.
36963: SOUTHERN, R.W. - Scholastic Humanism and the Unification of Europe. [in Two Volumes: ] Volume I. Foundations; Volume II: The Heroic Age.
36901: SOWDEN, A.M., ed. - The Maintenance of Brick and Stone Masonry Structures.
37551: SOYINKA, Wole. - Season of Anomy.
37046: SPARKS, Margaret. - Canterbury Cathedral Precincts: A Historical Survey.
37169: SPEAKE, George. - Anglo-Saxon Animal Art and Its Germanic Background.
35326: SPEARS, Major General Sir Edward. - Fulfilment of a Mission. The Spears Mission to Syria and Lebanon 1941-1944.
37966: SPECHT, Henrik. - Poetry and the Iconography of the Peasant. The Attitude to the Peasant in Late Medieval English Literature and in Contemporary Calendar Illustration. Anglica Et Americana 19.
38165: SPICER, Jack. - Language.
34241: SPIEGEL, Gabrielle M. - Romancing the Past. The Rise of Vernacular Prose Historiography in Thirteenth-Century France.
34261: MILLIGAN. Spike. - Bad Jelly the Witch. A Fairy Story.
36416: SPILLER, Robert E.; BLACKBURN, Philip C. - A Descriptive Bibliography of the Writings of James Fenimore Cooper.
36792: SPURGEON, Caroline F.E. - Five Hundred Years of Chaucer Criticism and Allusion, 1357-1900. With Introduction, Notes, Appendices and General Index. [Set of Three Volumes]
34202: STALEY, Lynn. - Margery Kempe&Rsquo;S Dissenting Fictions.
37065: STALLEY, Roger. - The Cistercian Monasteries of Ireland: An Account of the History, Art and Architecture of the White Monks in Ireland from 1142 to 1540.
37893: STAMP, Gavin. - An Architect of Promise. George Gilbert Scott Junior (1839-1897) and the Late Gothic Revival.
37413: STANFORD, W.B. - The Ulysses Theme. A Study in the Adaptability of a Traditional Hero.
38079: STANHOPE, Peter J. - Quaint and Historic York Remembered. [Author&Rsquo;S Presentation Copy] Celebrating the Life and Works of the York Victorian Artist and Architect Edwin Ridsdale Tate.
36750: STAPLETON, H.E.C.; PACE, G.G.; DAY, J.E. - A Skilful Master Builder. The Continuing Story of a Yorkshire Family Business, Craftsmen for Seven Generations.
38052: STARK, Freya. - Baghdad Sketches
36118: STATIUS. Translated by, MELVILLE, A.D. With an Introduction by, VESSEY, D.W.T. - Thebaid.
37598: STEELE, E.D. - Palmerston and Liberalism, 1855-1865.
37698: STEENSGAARD, Niels. - The Asian Trade Revolution of the Seventeenth Century. The East India Companies and the Decline of the Caravan Trade.
36864: STEIN, Gertrude. Preface by Donald Sutherland. - Stanzas in Meditation and Other Poems [1929-1933]. Volume Six of the Yale Edition of the Unpublished Writings of Gertrude Stein.
36574: STEINHART, Eric C. - The Holocaust and the Germanization of Ukraine.
35036: STELL, Philip. [Author’s presentation copy]. - Medical Practice in Medieval York. Borthwick Paper No. 90.
35272: STENO, Nicolaus (Niels Stensen). Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by: GARBOE, Axel. - The Earliest Geological Treatise (1667). Translated from Canis Carchariae Dissectum Caput.
33304: STEPHENS, W. P. - The Holy Spirit in the Theology of Martin Bucer.
34789: STEPHENS, James. Illustrated by: MACKENZIE, Thomas. - The Crock of Gold.
36195: STERN, F.C. - Snowdrops and Snowflakes. A Study of the Genera Galanthus and Leucojum.
36874: STEVENS, E.S. - Cedars, Saints and Sinners in Syria.
37851: STEVENSON, M. Illustrated with wood engravings by Celia Fiennes. - The Twelve Moneths, or, a Pleasant and Profitable Discourse of Every Action, Whether of Labour or Recreation, Proper to Each Particular Moneth, by Matthew Stevenson 1661, Together with a Diary for 1929.
36690: STEWART, Alexander. With a Foreword by William J. Watson. - A Highland Parish, or the History of Fortingall.
36695: STEWART, James. - The Settlements of Western Perthshire. Land and Society North of the Highland Line, 1480-1851.
37439: STINSON, Russell. - J.S. Bach's Great Eighteen Organ Chorales
38208: STOKES, Eric. Edited by, BAYLY, C.A. - The Peasant Armed: The Indian Revolt of 1857.
38259: STOPFORD, J. - Medieval Floor Tiles of Northern England. Pattern and Purpose: Production between the 13th and 16th Centuries.
33469: STOPP, Elisabeth. Edited by: O’REILLY, Terence, and with an essay by Agnes Guiderdoni-Brusle. - Adrien Gambart&Rsquo;S Emblem Book (1664): The Life of St. Francis de Sales in Symbols. A Facsimile Edition.
36890: STOPPARD, Tom. - Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.
30542: STREATFEILD, Frank. - The State Prayers and Other Variations in the Book of Common Prayer.
35042: STUBBE, Edmund. Prepared with an Introduction by: BEST, Thomas W. - Cancer; Fraus Honesta. Renaissance Latin Drama in England, Second Series: 2.
37690: SUDELEY - The Sudeleys- Lords of Toddington
29321: SUFFLING, Ernest R. - Church Festival Decorations. Being Full Directions for Garnishing Churches for Christmas, Easter, Whitsuntide and Harvest.
34591: SUGIMOTO, Etsu Inagaki. - A Daughter of the Narikin.
31760: SUNDNER, Barbro; GRAEBE, Henrik; HIEKANNEN, Markus, et al. - Dendrokronologi Och Medeltida Krykor. Symposium I Lund, 11-13 April 1988. Lund Studies in Medieval Archaeology 6.
37084: Supervised by: Forestry Agency, and edited by the Japan Forest Technical Association. - Illustrated Important Forest Trees of Japan.
31902: Surtees Society. Preface by BOOTH, John. - Halmota Prioratus Dunelmensis. Containing Extracts from the Halmote Court or Manor Rolls of the Prior and Convent of Durham, A.D. 1296-A.D. 1384. Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume LXXXII.
36879: SUTHERLAND, Graham. - Apollinaire: Le Bestiaire Ou Cortege D'Orphee. November-December 1979, Marlborough Fine Art.
36540: SUTHERLAND, L.S.; MITCHELL, L.G. - The History Ofthe University of Oxford, Volume V. The Eighteenth Century.
36247: SUTTON, Anne F; VISSER-FUCHS, Livia. - Richard III&Rsquo;S Books: Ideals and Reality in the Life and Library of a Medieval Prince.
38211: SUTTON, Anne F. - Wives and Widows of Medieval London.
17414: SUTTON, Marilyn. - Chaucer&Rsquo;S Pardoner&Rsquo;S Prologue and Tale: An Annotated Bibliography 1900 to 1995.
37769: SVENDSEN, Nick. - The First Schleswig-Holstein War 1848-50.
36255: SWALLOW, Henry J. - De Nova Villa: Or, the House of Nevill in Sunshine and Shade.
37980: SWANSON, R.N. - Indulgences in Late Medieval England. Passports to Paradise?
36622: SWANSON, Heather. - Medieval Artisans. An Urban Class in Late Medieval England.
33795: SWEETENHAM, Carol. - Robert the Monk&Rsquo;S History of the First Crusade. Historia Iherosolimitana. Crusade Texts in Translation 11.
37873: SWIFT, Roger. - Charles Pelham Villiers: Aristocratic Victorian Radical, the Member for Wolverhampton, 1835-1898, and Father of the House of Commons.
31597: SWINEY, Frances. - The Ancient Road, or the Development of the Soul.
36746: Text by: SYLVESTER, David. - Cy Twombly: Ten Sculptures. Published on the Occasion of the Exhibition &Lsquo;Cy Twombly: Ten Sculptures&Rsquo;, November 5, 1997 - December 20, 1997, Gagosian Gallery.
29271: SYME, Ronald. - Historia Augusta Papers.
28441: SYMONDS, R.W. - English Furniture from Charles II to George II. A Full Account of the Design, Material and Quality of Worksmanship of Walnut and Mahogany Furniture of This Period; and of How Spurious Specimens Are Made. With More Than 260 Illustrations from Examples in the Collection of Percival D. Griffiths.
37486: SYNGE, J.L. - The Relativistic Gas.
22395: SYSON, Luke; GORDON, Dillian. With contributions by, AVERY-QUASH, Susanna. - Pisanello: Painter to the Renaissance Court.
35539: TAGORE, Rabindranath. - Towards Universal Man.
33632: TATAR, Maria M. - Spellbound. Studies on Mesmerism and Literature.
35507: TATE, William. - The Principles of Mining Adapted to the Requirements of the South Kensington Syllabus.
32060: TAURANT-BOULICAUT, Annie. - Bibliotheque Andre Desguine: Les Incunables Catalogue.
24476: TAYLOR, Samuel. - Inexpensive Rural Cottages and Buildings for Small Holdings.
34560: TAYLOR, Claire. - Heresy, Crusade and Inquisition in Medieval Quercy.
35531: TAYLOR, Rev. Isaac. - The Ship.
34395: TAYLOR, Clire - Heresy in Medieval France; Dualism in Aquitaine and the Agenais, 1000-1249.
37588: TAYLOR, Joan E. - Christians and the Holy Places: The Myth of Jewish-Christian Origins.
38086: TAYLOR, Sir Gordon. - Sopwith Scout 7309.
37495: TAYLOR, John, the Water Poet. With Hand-Coloured Engravings on Wood by Hester Sainsbury - A Dog of War.
37241: TAYLOR, Archer. - Book Catalogues: Their Varieties and Uses.
37364: TAYLOUR, Lord William; CHADWICK, John. Introduced by J. Lesley Fitton. - The Mycenaeans and the Decipherment of Linear B.
16243: TEMPERLEY, George W. - Transactions of the Natural History Society of Northumberland, Durham and Newcastle Upon Tyne. New Series, Vol. IX: History of the Birds of Durham.
38081: TEMPLE, Lieut.-Col. Sir Richard C. - Census of India, 1901. Volume III. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
35774: TENNYSON, Alfred Lord. Illustrated by: SUMMERBELL, L. - Tennyson&Rsquo;S May Queen: The May Queen, in Illuminated Borders.
34584: Textes reunis par: COULON, Damien; OTTEN-FROUX, Catherine; PAGES, Paule; VALERIAN, Dominique. - Chemins D&Rsquo;Outre-Mer. Tomes I Et II. [Set of Two Volumes]. Etudes Sur la Mediterranee Medievale Offertes a Michel Balard. Ouvrage Publie Avec le Concours Du Conseil Scientifique de L&Rsquo;Universite Paris I Et Du Legs Malandrino. Byzantina Sorboniensia 20.
37179: THIERRY OF CHARTRES AND HIS SCHOOL. Edited by, HARING, Nikolaus M. - Commentaries on Boethius.
36592: THIRSK, Joan. - Economic Policy and Projects. The Development of a Consumer Society in Early Modern England.
25761: THOMAS, Prof. Charles. - Institute of Cornish Studies 7: Varia; Miscellaneous Papers by Members of the Staff: A Glossary of Spoken English in the Isles of Scilly. Reprinted from the Journal of the Royal Institution of Cornwall, New Series, Volume VIII, Part 2, 1979.
25131: THOMAS, William J.; WEDGWOOD, Rev. J.J.; SINNETT, A.P.; BESANT, Annie; HERMAN (translated by SEPHARIAL); SEPHARIAL; TAYLOR, John W.; Lady PALMER; LAZENBY, Charles; CARPENTER, Edward. - Bound Collection of Pamphlets: 1. The Death Warrant of Charles the First; 2. The Liberal Catholic Church and the Theosophical Society, Where They Agree and Where They Differ; 4. Spiritualism As Related to Theosophy; 5. The Social Upheaval in Progress; 6. Expanded Theosophical Knowledge; 7. Super-Physical Science; 8. Study and Practice; 9. The Prophecy of Lenin; 10. An Astrological Survey of the Great War; 11. The Diminishing Birth-Rate; 12. Who Is Margaretta Pye&Rsquo;S Mother?; 13. The Servant; 14. Never Again.
25851: THOMAS, Charles, ed. - Cba Research Report 7: Rural Settlement in Roman Britain. Papers Given at a C.B. A. Conference Held at St. Hugh&Rsquo;S College January 1 to 3, 1965.
38017: THOMASON, Major General C.S. - Ceol Mor Notation. A New and Abbreviated System of Musical Notation for the Piobaireachd, As Played on the Highland Bagpipe, with Examples.
36419: THOMPSON, Martyn P. - Ideas of Contract in English Political Thought in the Age of John Locke.
37753: THOMPSON, J. - Historical Sketches of Bridlington.
35017: THOMPSON, Lloyd A. - Romans and Blacks.
36209: THOMSON, James. Edited and continued to the Present Time, with Map and Illustrations, by MACLAREN, James. - History of Dundee; Being an Account of the Origin and Progress of the Burgh from the Earliest Period; Embracing a Description of Its Antiquities, Topography, Public Works and Buildings, Manufactures and Commerce, Municipal, Educational, and Charitable Institutions, with Biographical Sketches of Eminent Men. A New and Enlarged Edition.
25845: THOMSON, A.A. - The Happy Windmill.
37627: THOMSON, Sir Basil. - The Allied Secret Service in Greece.
34527: THOMSPN, Colin. - St John of the Cross. Songs in the Night.
35658: TIERNEY, Michael. Edited by, MARTIN, F. X. - Eoin Macneill: Scholar and Man of Action 1867-1945.
38108: TILLY, Charles. - Popular Contention in Great Britain 1758-1834.
37058: TODDS, Walter. With a catalogue of works compiled by Christopher Palmer, and a Bibliography by Eric Hughes. - Patrick Hadley. A Memoir.
32232: Told and pictured by TIMLIN, William M. - The Ship That Sailed to Mars. A Fantasy.
30686: TOLLEY, Christopher. - Domestic Biography. The Legacy of Evangelism in Four Nineteenth-Century Families. (Oxford Historical Monographs).
37560: TOLSTOY, Leo. Translated by GARNETT, Constance. - Anna Karenin a Novel in Eight Parts (1873-1876)
37710: TOMICH, Dale W. - Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar. Martinique and the World Economy 1830-1848.
13780: TOMS, Isaac; HERRING, Thomas ( 'THOMAS, Lord Archbishop of York') ; LEWIS, Edward; HUMPHREYS, Thomas; SERCES, James - Various Sermons Bound Together, Comprising: The Shining Convert; or, Riches of Divine Grace, Displayed. With: A Sermon Preached at the Cathedral Church of York, September 22nd, 1745; on Occasion of the Present Rebellion in Scotland. With: Mercy and Judgment; or, Intestine War But Soon over: Cattle Die; But Men Not Oblig'd to Eat Their Carcasses. A Sermon [on Isa. IX. 13] Occasioned by the General Fast; on Wednesday January 7, 1746. Appointed by His Majesty. To Which Is Added, an Hymn to the Creator for the... Victory over the Rebels at Culloden, on the 16th of April, 1746... And a Letter of Expostulation to the Ladies of Manchester, Upon Their Late and Present Behaviour... ; with: Marriage an Honourable Estate. A Sermon Preached at Driffield in Gloucestershire, on Occasion of the Happy Marriage of Gabriel Hanger, Esq. And Mrs. Elizabeth Bond. With: Popery Always the Same; Exemplified in an Account of the Persecution Now Carrying on Against Protestants in the South of France.
33115: TONGHINI, Cristina. - Qal&Rsquo;at Ja&Rsquo;Bar Pottery: A Study of a Syrian Fortified Site of the Late 11th-14th Centuries. British Academy Monographs in Archaeology No. 11.
35968: TONRY, Kathleen. - Agency and Intention in English Print, 1476-1526. Texts and Transitions, 7.
37464: TOOBY, Michael; MORLEY, Simon. - William Scott: Paintings and Drawings.
25138: TOOLEY, R.V. - Map Collectors&Rsquo; Circle. No. 44: The Printed Maps of New South Wales, 1773-1873. Map Collectors&Rsquo; Series (Fifth Volume).
37257: TORR, Cecil. - Small Talk at Wreyland. Three Volumes.
30851: TOUGHER, Shaun. - The Eunuch in Byzantine History and Society. Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies.
35701: TOWNSEND WARNER, Sylvia. - The Salutation.
37322: Transcribed from the ‘Original Correspondence’ series of the India Office Records. Introduction by: DANVERS, Frederick Charles. - Letters Received by the East India Company from Its Servants in the East. [Set of Three Volumes: ] Volume I. Volumes II-III, 1602-1615; Volume II. Volumes III-IV, 1615-1616; Volume III. Volumes V-VI, 1617.
37960: Translate from the Latin and Annotated by, OUAHES, Colette; FLOOR, Willem. - A Man of Two Worlds: Pedros Bedik in Iran 1670-1675.
37170: Text and translation with Introduction and Notes by JONES, Thomas. - Brenhinedd Y Saesson, or: The Kings of the Saxons. Bm Cotton Ms. Cleopatra B V and the Black Book of Basingwerk Nlw Ms. 7006. Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales History and Law Series, No. 25.
37398: Translation and Commentary by: DANKOFF, Robert; KIM, Sooyong. - An Ottoman Traveller. Selections from the Book of Travels of Evliya Celebi.
34207: Translation by: GIELGUD, Lewis. Illustrated by: BUDAY, George. [Signed copy]. - The Vigil of Venus.
38265: TRIBE, Tom; WHATMOOR, Philip. - Dorset Clocks and Clockmakers. With a Supplement on the Channel Islands.
38061: TRIFOLGI, Cecilia. - Oxford Physics in the Thirteenth Century (Ca. 1250-1270). Motion, Infinity, Place and Time.
36318: TRINKAUS, Charles. - In Our Image and Likeness. [in Two Volumes]. Humanity and Divinity in Italian Humanist Thought.
38217: TRIPPI, Peter. - J.W. Waterhouse.
37930: TRIVEDI, Harish. - Colonial Transactions. English Literature and India.
18066: TROLLOPE, Anthony. Edited by SADLEIR, Michael. - The Shakespeare Head Edition of the Novels of Anthony Trollope. [14 Volume Set: Complete Set of the Barsetshire Novels in 13 Volumes, Plus an Autobiography]. 6 Barchester Towers I and II; Framley Parsonage I and II; the Small House at Allington I and II; the Warden; Dr. Thorne I and II; the Last Chronicle of Barset I-IV; an Autobiography.
21004: TROLLOPE, Rev. Edward. - Manual of Sepulchral Memorials.
36858: TSURAYUKI, Ki No. Translated from the Japanese by William N. Porter. - The Tosa Diary.
37596: TSUZUKI, Chushichi. - Edward Carpenter, 1844-1929. Prophet of Human Fellowship.
38198: TUBBS, Colin R. - The New Naturalist No. 73: The New Forest.
36729: TULLOCH, Graham. - The Language of Walter Scott. A Study of His Scottish and Period Language.
29219: TURNER, Peter. - By Rail to Mildenhall: The Story of the Cambridge to Mildenhall Railway.
37646: TURNER, Silvie (ed.) With essay by Andrew Lambirth. [Signed by the artist] - Brian Rice: Catalogue Raisonne of Paintings, Drawings, Collages and Studies, 1952-2016.
36979: TWIDALE, C.R.; ROMANI, J.R. Vidal. - Landforms and Geology of Granite Terrains.
35289: TWIGG, Graham. - The Black Death. A Biological Reappraisal.
36518: TYERMAN, Christopher. - The Invention of the Crusades.
33819: ULLENDORFF, Edward; BECKINGHAM, C.F. - The Hebrew Letters of Prester John.
35109: ULLENDORFF, Edward; BECKINGHAM, C.F. - The Hebrew Letters of Prester John.
30614: Under the Supervision and Editorship of FARMER, John S. - Apius and Virginia 1575. The Tudor Facsimile Texts.
31137: UNDERWOOD, Paul A. - The Kariye Djami. Four Volumes. Volume I: Historical Introduction and Description of the Mosaics and Frescoes. Volume II: Plates 1/334; the Mosaics. Volume III: Plates 335-553; the Frescoes. Volume IV: Studies in the Art of the Kariye Djami.
34403: URBANSKY, Andrew B - Byzantium and the Danube Frontier a Study of the Relations between Byzantium, Hungary, and the Balkans During the Period of the Comneni.
38125: URDANK, Albion M. - Religion and Society in a Cotswold Village. Nailsworth, Gloucestershire 1780-1865.
38220: VAD, Poul. Translated by Kenneth Tindall. - Vilhelm Hammershoi and Danish Art at the Turn of the Century.
37453: VALENTIN, Jacques. Translated by Diana Athill - The Monks of Mount Athos
33184: VANCE, Michael E. - Imperial Immigrants. Scottish Settlers in the Upper Ottawa Valley, 1815-1840.
29592: VARNEDOE, Kirk. - Gustave Caillebotte.
35662: VASARELY, Victor. Introduction by Michael Joray. Translation by Haakon Chevalier. - Vasarely. (from the Series &Lsquo;Plastic Arts of the Twentieth Century&Rsquo;, Edited by Michael Joray)
34230: VAUCHEZ, Andre. Translated from the French by Colette Friedlander. - The Spirituality of the Medieval West. The Eighth to the Twelfth Century.
34082: VAUCHEZ, Andre. Translated by, BIRRELL, Jean. - Sainthood in the Later Middle Ages.
37309: VAUGHAN, Hilda. Illustrated by Lee-Elliott. - A Thing of Nought.
34044: VENTER, Al J. - Portugal&Rsquo;S War in Guine-Bissau.
35343: VERBRUGGEN, J.F. Edited by: DEVRIES, Kelly. Translated by: FERGUSON, David Richard. - The Battle of the Golden Spurs (Courtral, 11 July 1302). A Contribution to the History of Flanders&Rsquo; War of Liberation, 1297-1305.
38273: VERMEIJ, Koen; VAN RIJN, Leo. - Early Swiss Wristwatches and Their Manufacturers 1910-1930. A Research Into the 13-Ligne Lever Escapement Movement.
18694: Verses by PARKER, B.; illustrations by PARKER, N. - Arctic Orphans.
32564: Verses by: HUNTER, Richard; SHIRLEY, Edward. Illustrated by COBB, Ruth. - Silver Bubbles. A New Book of Nursery Rhymes.
32020: VESCOVI, Michele Luigi. - &Lsquo;Monferrato&Rsquo; Medievale. Crocevia Di Culture E Sperimentazioni.
35389: STATIUS (MELVILLE A.D. Trans,) With an introduction and notes by D.W.T.Vessey. - Thebaid
23926: VINAVER, Eugene. - Malory&Rsquo;S Morte Darthur, in the Light of a Recent Discovery. Reprinted Fro the &Ldquo;Bulletin of the John Rylands Library&Rdquo; Vol. 19, No. 2, July, 1935.
35953: VINCENT, Nicholas. - Norman Charters from English Sources: Antiquaries, Archives and the Rediscovery of the Anglo-Norman Past. Publications of the Pipe Roll Society XCVII, New Series - Volume LIX.
35204: Extracted from Dr. Lingard’s History of England and Dodd’s Church History. Including the Notes and Documents Appended to the Latter by the Rev. M.A. Tierney. With Notes and Prefatory Remarks by Vindicator. - A True Account of the Gunpowder Plot.
36747: VLASTOS, Gregory. - Platonic Studies (Second Edition).
34347: VOISENON. - Erotic Fairy Tales. Englished from the French of Abbe de Voisenon. For Private Collectors of Erotica.
12319: VOYNICH, E. L. - Jack Raymond.
20780: VRIEND, J.J. - The Amsterdam School. Art and Architecture in the Netherlands.
15847: WACE, A.J,B; THOMPSON, M.S. - Prehistoric Thessaly: Being Some Account of Recent Excavations and Explorations in North-Eastern Greece from Lake Kopais to the Borders of Macedonia.
30185: WAGNER, Richard. Freely translated by ROLLESTON, T.W.R. Illustrated by POGANY, Willy. - Tannhauser. A Dramatic Poem.
37213: WAGNER, John A. - Encyclopedia of the Hundred Years War.
37925: WAHRMAN, Dror. - Imagining the Middle Class. The Political Representation of Class in Britain, C. 1780-1840.
36283: WAILES, Rex. - Lincolnshire Windmills. Part I: Post Mills. Part II: Tower Mills. Reprinted from Transactions of the Newcomen Society Vol XXVIII-239-43 (1951-3) and Vol XXIX- 103-22 (1953-55) the Newcomen Society.
35544: WAITE, Arthur Edward. - A New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry: (Ars Magna Latomorum), and of Cognate Instituted Mysteries: Their Rites, Literature and History.
38224: WALCOTT, Derek. [Signed by the author] - The Arkansas Testament.
30342: WALKER, Christopher. - Pictures As Language: How the Byzantines Exploited Them.
26138: WALL, E.J. - Dictionary of Photography.
36491: WALL, J. Charles. [Illustrations by the author] - The Tombs of the Kings of England.
36110: WALLACE, David. - Chaucer and the Early Writings of Boccaccio. Chaucer Studies XII.
34118: WALLACE, David. - Chaucerian Polity: Absolutist Lineages and Associational Forms in England and Italy.
35989: WALLACE, David. [Author’s presentation copy] - Premodern Places. Calais to Surinam, Chaucer to Aphra Behn.
37916: WALLACE, Alfred Russel. - Land Nationalisation Its Necessity and Aims: Being a Comparison of the System of Landlord and Tenant with That of Occupying Ownership in Their Influence on the Well-Being of the People.
36515: WALLACE, David. [Author’s Presentation Copy] - Chaucerian Polity: Absolutist Lineages and Associational Forms in England and Italy.
32074: WALLACE, David. - Chaucerian Polity. Absolutist Lineages and Associational Forms in England and Italty.
35537: WALLIS BUDGE, E.A. - Syrian Anatomy, Pathology and Therapeutics, or &Lsquo;the Book of Medicines&Rsquo;. The Syriac Text, Edited from a Rare Manuscript, with an English Translation. [Set of Two Volumes: ] Volume I. Introduction; Syriac Text. Volume II. English Translation and Index
29954: Von WALLMANN, Johannes. - Philipp Jakob Spener Und Die Anfange Des Pietismus. Beitrage Zur Historischen Theologie Herausgegeben Von Gerhard Ebeling 42.
37614: WALMSLEY, Leo. - Three Fevers
36322: WALMSLEY, Leo. [Signed by the author] - Love in the Sun.
38102: WALSH, Judith E. - Domesticity in Colonial India. What Women Learned When Men Gave Them Advice.
38184: WALTERS, Max. - Wild and Garden Plants. The New Naturalist, No. 80.
11780: WALTON, Peter. - Creamware and Other English Pottery at Temple Newsam House Leeds: A Catalogue of the Leeds Collection.
38014: WALVIN, James. - The Life and Times of Henry Clarke of Jamaica, 1828-1907.
35908: WARD, Benedicta. - Miracles and the Medieval Mind: Theory, Record and Event, 1000-1215.
37906: WARD, Matthew - The Livery Collar in Late Medieval England and Wales. Politics, Identity and Affinity.
29118: WARN, C.R. - Railways of the Northumberland Coalfield. Rails Across Northumberland Part 4. Northern History Booklets No. 70.
37060: WARNES, Arthur R. - Building Stones. Their Properties, Decay, and Preservation.
35049: WATSON, Thomas; ALABASTER, William; MEASE, Peter. Prepared with Introduction by: COLDEWEY, John C.; COPENHAVER, Brian F. - Antigone; Roxana; Adrastus Parentans Sive Vindicta. Renaissance Latin Drama in England, Second Series: 4.
34277: WATSON, Thomas; FOXE, John. Prepared with an Introduction by: SMITH, John Hazel. - Absalom; Christus Triumphans. Renaissance Latin Drama in England, Second Series, 5.
38241: WATSON, J.R. - The English Hymn: A Critical and Historical Study.
35048: WATSON, Thomas; ALABASTER, William; MEASE, Peter. Prepared with Introduction by: COLDEWEY, John C.; COPENHAVER, Brian F. - Antigone; Roxana; Adrastus Parentans Sive Vindicta. Renaissance Latin Drama in England, Second Series: 4.
36647: WAUGH, Evelyn. - Vile Bodies.
33697: WAWN, Andrew. - The Vikings and the Victorians: Inventing the Old North in Nineteenth-Century Britain
36493: WEALE, Jennifer. - A History of Bredenbury and Its Landed Estate.
37900: WEAVER, Stewart Angas. - John Fielden and the Politics of Popular Radicalism, 1832-1847.
38231: WEBB, C.C. - Churchwardens&Rsquo; Accounts of St Michael, Spurriergate, York, 1518-1548. Two Volumes. Volume I: 1518-1537. Volume II: 1538-1548. Borthwick Texts and Calendars 20.
33892: WEBB, Diana. - Medieval European Pilgrimage C. 700-C. 1500.
37747: WEDGEWOOD, Henry Allen. Illustrated by RAVERAT, Gwen. - The Bird Talisman an Eastern Tale
34863: DE WEEVER, Jacqueline. - Sheba&Rsquo;S Daughters. Whitening and Demonizing the Saracen Women in Medieval French Epic.
36594: WEIDHAAS, Peter. Translated and edited by, GROSSAGE, C.M; WRIGHT, W.A. - A History of the Frankfurt Book Fair.
36894: WELCH, Denton. Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Jean-Louis Chevalier. Decorations by Denton Welch. - Dumb Instrument.
38256: WELLESZ, Egon - A History of Byzantine Music and Hymnography
36743: WELLS, R.B.D., Phrenologist, Pavilion Place, Scarborough. - Faces We Meet and How to Read Them. With: How to Read Character by the Aid of Pathognomy; or the Signs Which Are Manifested by the Human System in Motion: As by the Walk or Gait, Tones of the Voice, Form of the Body, the Mode of Shaking Hands, Temperamental Conditions, Dress, Etc.
32545: WELLS, M.J. - Octopus: Physiology and Behaviour of an Advanced Invertebrate.
37616: WELSBY, Derek A.; PHILLIPSON, David W. Preface by WOOD, Michael. - Empires of the Nile.
37061: WELSFORD, Enid. - The Fool: His Social and Literary History.
36735: WENHAM, Leslie P. - The History of Richmond School, Yorkshire.
34675: WENTWORTH DAY, J. - King George V As a Sportsman. An Informal Study of the First Country Gentleman in Europe.
35304: WEST, Michael. - Transcendental Wordplay. America&Rsquo;S Romantic Punsters and the Search for the Language of Nature.
34711: WESTREM, Scott D. - Terrarum Orbis. Histoire Des Representations de L&Rsquo;Espace: Textes, Images/History of the Representation of Space in Text and Image, Volume I. : The Hereford Map. A Transcription and Translation of the Legends, with Commentary.
37756: WHATELY, Jane E. - Life and Correspondence of Archbishop Whately D.D. Late Archbishop of Dublin.
36236: WHEELER, Richard. - The Medieval Church Screens of the Southern Marches.
36739: WHITAKER, E.C. - Martin Bucer and the Book of Common Prayer. Alcuin Club Collections No. 55.
35749: WHITE, Kenneth. - The Cold Wind of Dawn.
37044: WHITE, Graeme J. - Restoration and Reform 1153-1165: Recovery from CIVIL War in England.
33737: WHITE, Anthony. - Lucio Fontana: Between Utopia and Kitsch. An October Book.
37641: WHITE, Marco Pierre. [Signed copy]. Illustrations by Julia Whatley. Photographs by Norman Hollands. - Wild Food from Land and Sea.
38104: WHITEHEAD, Clive. - Colonial Educators. The British Indian and Colonial Education Service 1858-1983.
34062: WHITELEY, Giles. - Oscar Wilde and the Simulacrum. Studies in Comparative Literature 35.
22194: WHITFIELD, Roderick; FARRER, Anne. - Caves of the Thousand Buddhas. Chinese Art from the Silk Route.
38077: WHITING, David. Photographs by GOLDMARK, Jay. - Modern British Potters and Their Studios.
33002: WHITTEMORE, Thomas. - (the Byzantine Institute: ) the Mosaics of Haghia Sophia at Istanbul. Fourth Preliminary Report - Work Done in 1934-1938: The Deesis Panel of the South Gallery.
34369: WICK, Rainer K. With a text by: GRAWE, Gabriele Diana. Translated by: MASON, Stephen; LEBE, Simon. - Teaching at the Bauhaus. The Standard Work on the Groundbreaking Pedagogical Concepts of the Bauhaus.
34972: WIILSON, Rev. H.B., Second Undermaster. - The History of Merchant Taylors&Rsquo; School, from Its Foundation to the Present Time. In Two Parts: I. Of Its Founders, Patrons, Benefactors, and Masters. II. Of Its Principal Scholars.
37276: WILDE, Oscar. Edited by Thomas Wright, with an Introduction by Stephen Calloway, and illustrated by Philippa Stockley. - The Picture of Dorian Gray. The Original Lippincott&Rsquo;S Edition.
35813: WILDENSTEIN, Daniel. - Monet, or the Triumph of Impressionism; Catalogue Raisonne. [Set of Four Volumes in Slipcase: ]
35487: WILIAM, Eurwyn. - The Welsh Cottage. Building Traditions of the Rural Poor, 1750-1900.
36873: WILKINS, H.P.; MOORE, Patrick. - The Moon. A Complete Description of the Surface of the Moon, Containing the 300-Inch Wilkins Lunar Map.
35751: WILKINSON, Alix. - Ancient Egyptian Jewellery.
37445: WILLETT, Frank. Introduction by C.J. Allan - Mackintosh &Amp; Others Aspects of the George Smith Collection, Hunterian Art Gallery, University of Glasgow, 8 June - 8 October 1988
37311: WILLIAM OF OCKHAM. Edited by: KILCULLEN, John; SCOTT, John; BALLWEG, Jan; LEPPIN, Volker. - William of Ockham: Dialogus, Part 2, and Part 3, Tract 1. Auctores Britannici Medii Aevi 20.
33776: William of Tudela and an anonymous successor. Translated by: SHIRLEY, Janet. - The Song of the Cathar Wars: A History of the Albigensian Crusade.
36610: WILLIAM OF OCKHAM. Translated by: FREDDOSO, Alfred J.; KELLEY, Francis E. - Quodlibetal Questions. Volumes 1 and 2 - Quodlibets 1-7.
32549: WILLIAMS, R.J.; ZEEPVAT, R.J. Various contributors. - Bancroft: A Late Bronze Age/Iron Age Settlement, Roman Villa and Temple-Mausoleum. [in Two Volumes: ] Volume I. Excavations and Building Materials; Volume II. Finds and Environmental Evidence. (the Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph Series No. 7).
36476: WILLIAMS, Sidney Herbert; MADAN, Falconer/ Revised and augmented by: GREEN, Roger Lancelyn. Further revised edition by: CRUTCH, Denis. - The Lewis Carroll Handbook.
34902: WILLIAMS, C.J.F. - Being, Identity, and Truth.
34971: WILLIAMS, Ann. - The English and the Norman Conquest.
37887: WILLIAMS, William Carols. - In the Money.
37550: WILLIAMS, Paul V.A. - The Fool and the Trickster. Studies in Honour of Enid Welsford.
37183: WILLIAMS, William H.A. - Tourism, Landscape, and the Irish Character. British Travel Writers in Pre-Famine Ireland.
34893: WILLIAMS, David. - Deformed Discourse. The Function of the Monster in Mediaeval Thought and Literature.
37585: WILLIAMS, Peter. - The Organ Music of J.S. Bach. Three Volumes. Volume I: Preludes, Toccatas, Fantasias, Fugues, Sonatas, Concertos and Miscellaneous Pieces (Bwv 525-598, 802-805, Etc). Volume II: Works Based on Chorales (Bwv 599-771, Etc). Volume III: A Background.
35229: WILLIAMS, Kyffin’ ALSTON, David; ADAMS, Clive. - The Incisive Eye: Colin See-Paynton. Wood Engravings 1980-1996.
35237: WILLIAMS, J.E. Hodder. - The Father of the Red Triangle. The Life of Sir George Williams, Founder of the Y.M. C.A.
34476: WILLIAMS, David. - Deformed Discourse. The Function of the Monster in Mediaeval Thought and Literature.
34631: WILLIAMS, Benjamin. - Chronicque de la Traison Et Mort de Richart Deux Roy Dengleterre, Mise En Lumiere D&Rsquo;Apres Un Manuscrit de la Bibliotheque Royale de Paris, Autrefois Conserve Dans L&Rsquo;Abbaye de S. Victor; Avec Les Variantes Fournies Par Dix Autres Manuscrits, Des Eclaircissements, Et Un Glossaire.
37552: WILLIS, Jonathan. - The Reformation of the Decalogue. Religious Identity and the Ten Commandments in England, C. 1485-1625.
38149: WILSON, Colin. - Aleister Crowley: The Nature of the Beast.
37198: WILSON, Rachel. - Elite Women in Acendancy Ireland, 1690-1745. Imitation and Innovation.
34218: WILSON, Colin. - Origins of the Sexual Impulse.
36777: WINROTH, Anders. - The Making of Gratian's Decretum.
35995: WINTER, John. - Industrial Architecture: A Survey of Factory Building.
32956: WISTRICH, Robert S. - Socialism and the Jews. The Dilemmas of Assimilation in Germany and Austria-Hungary. (the Littman Library of Jewish Civilization. )
35313: Translated and with Introduction by: AKEHURST, F.R.P. - The Etablissements de Saint Louis. Thirteenth-Century Law Texts from Tours, Orleans, and Paris.
37365: With enlarged type and introduction by, ST JOHN THOMAS, David. - Bradshaw&Rsquo;S July 1938 Railway Guide. A New Edition of the July 1938 Issue of Bradshaw&Rsquo;S Railway, Shipping and Hotel Guide for Great Britain and Ireland.
37501: With a Biographical Introduction, And Notes Topographical & Illustrative by, GRAINGE, William. - Daemonologia: A Discourse on Witchcraft. As It Was Acted in the Family of Mr. Edward Fairfax, of Fuyston, in the County of York, in the Year 1621; Along with the Only Two Eclogues of the Same Author Known to Be in Existence.
36430: With an introduction by, LANG, Andrew. - Highlands of Scotland in 1750. From Manuscript 104 in the King&Rsquo;S Library, British Museum.
37945: With a Foreword by, CHAKRABARTY, Dipesh; DIRKS, Nicholas B; PRAKASH, Gyan. With an Introduction by, GUHA, Ranajit. - The Bernard Cohn Omnibus. An Anthropologist Amoung the Historians and Other Essays; Colonialism and Its Forms of Knowledge: The British in India; India: The Social Anthropology of a Civilization.
36148: With Introduction by: CRAIGIE, Sir William A. - The Actis and Deidis of Schir William Wallace 1570.
36687: With Introductory Essay by: JONES, Gwyn. Illustrated by Dorothea Braby. - Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. A Prose Translation.
34457: Translated, with an introduction, notes and appendices by: SIBLY, W.A.; SIBLY, M.D. - The Chronicle of William of Puylaurens. The Albigensian Crusade and Its Aftermath.
29554: Translated, with an introduction and notes, by KAGAY, Donald J. - The Usatges of Barcelona: The Fundamental Law of Catalonia.
34812: Translated, with an Introduction, by: DOLS, Michael W. Arabic Text edited by: GAMAL, Adil S. - Medieval Islamic Medicine. Ibn Ridwan&Rsquo;S Treatise &Ldquo;on the Prevention of Bodily Ills in Egypt&Rdquo;.
33911: Translated with Introduction and Notes by: CHARLTON, W. - Aristotle&Rsquo;S Physics Books I and II.
33912: Translated with Notes by WILLIAMS, C.J.F. - Aristotle&Rsquo;S de Generatione Et Corruptione.
38049: With an analysis of the textual transmission by, ALLEN, Rosamund. - King Horn: An Edition Based on Cambridge University Library Ms Gg. 4. 27 (2).
38193: With an introduction by, LEWIS, C.S. Newly Translated into English by, A Religious of C.S.M.V. S.Th. - The Incarnation of the Word of God: Being the Treatise of St. Athanasius de Incarnatione Verbi Dei.
37142: Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by JONES, Thomas. - Brut Y Tywysogyon. Or, the Chronicle of the Princes. Red Book of Hergest Version. [Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales History and Law Series, No. 16. ]
34689: Translated with Introduction and Notes by: PRITCHARD, R. Telfryn. - Walter of Chatillon: The Alexandreis. Mediaeval Sources in Translation 29.
36170: WITHERS - Urban Highlanders: Highland-Lowland Migration and Urban Gaelic Culture, 1700-1900.
37537: WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Edited by G.E.M. Anscombe and G.H. von Wright, and translated by Denis Paul and G.E.M. Anscombe. - On Certainty / Uber Gewissheit.
35917: WITTGENSTEIN, Ludwig. Edited by, ANSCOMBE, G.E.M. Translated by, McALISTER, Linda L; SCHATTLE, Margarete. - Remarks on Colour.
37859: WITTROCK, Wolfgang. Edited and translated by Catherine E. Kuehn. - Toulouse-Lautrec: The Complete Prints. [in Two Volumes].
32674: WOGAN-BROWNE, Jocelyn. - Saints&Rsquo; Lives and Women&Rsquo;S Literary Culture C. 1150-1300: Virginity and Its Authorizations.
38223: WOLFF, Tobias. [Author’s presentation copy] - The Barracks Thief.
37438: WOLFF, Christoph. - Bach Essays on His Life and Music
34056: WOLLASTON, T. Vernon. - On the Variation of Species with Especial Reference to the Insecta; Followed by an Inquiry Into the Nature of Genera.
35548: WOOD-MARTIN, W.G. - Traces of the Elder Faiths of Ireland: A Folklore Sketch. A Handbook of Irish Pre-Christian Traditions.
33091: WOOD, Alfred C. With Foreword by TRAIN, K.S.S. - Nottinghamshire in the CIVIL War.
37681: WOOD, Susan. - The Proprietary Church in the Medieval West
37301: WOOD, Rega. - Ockham on the Virtues.
37940: WOOD, Marcus. [With A.L.S.] - Radical Satire and Print Culture 1790-1822.
37976: WOOD, Tom - Tom Wood: Studio Work
36557: WOODALL, Dena M.; WOLFTHAL, Diane. - Princes &Amp; Paupers. The Art of Jacques Callot.
36650: WOODFORDE, Christopher. With drawings by: YUNGE-BATEMAN - A Pad in the Straw.
35562: WOODWARD, Walter W. - Prospero's America. John Winthrop, Jr. , Alchemy, and the Creation of New England Culture, 1606-1676.
25747: WOOLF, Virginia (contributes). - The Atlantic - May 1938 and June 1938 [Two Volumes]. Includes: &Lsquo;Women Must Weep - or, Unite Against War&Rsquo;, Parts I and II, by Virginia Woolf.
25746: WOOLF, Virginia (contributes). - Now &Amp; Then. A Periodical of Books and Personalities Published Occasionally. Summer 1927, No. 24. Includes &Lsquo;What Is a Novel?&Rsquo;, by Virginia Woolf.
27099: WOOLNOTH, W[illiam]. Engravings by WOOLNOTH, W. after drawings by HASTINGS, T. - A Graphical Illustration of the Metropolitan Cathedral Church of Canterbury; Accompanied by a History and Description
28972: WORDSWORTH, William. - Description of the Scenery of the Lakes in the North of England. Fourth Edition, (Now First Published Separately) with Additions, and Illustrative Remarks Upon the Scenery of the Alps.
35650: Text by, WORTHINGTON, Caroline. - Jake Attree: Views from a Hill.
34404: WORTLEY, John Introduction, Translation and Commentary by, - The Spiritually Beneficial Tales of Paul, Bishop of Monembasia and Other Authors.
35554: WRAGG, Arthur. With an Introduction by Vernon Bartlett. - Jesus Wept. A Commentary in Black-and-White on Ourselves and the World to-Day.
37735: WREDE, William. Translated into English by J.C.G. Greig. - The Messianic Secret (Das Messiasgeheimnis in Dem Evangelien).
34274: WREN, Christopher; PARSONS, Philip; ATKINSON, Thomas. Prepared with an Introduction by: WECKERMANN, Hans-Jurgen. - Physiponomamachia (Acted 1609-1611); Atalanta (Acted 1612); Homo (Acted 1615-1621). Renaissance Latin Drama in England, First Series, 4.
37894: WRIGHT, Rosemary Muir. - Art and Antichrist in Medieval Europe.
36985: WRIGHT, WIlliam. With Decipherment of Hittite Inscriptions by Prof. A.H. Sayce, a Hittite map by Col. Sir Charles Wilson and Capt. Conder, and a complete set of Hittite Inscriptions revised by W.H. Rylands. - The Empire of the Hittites.
37526: WRIGHT, Susan M. - The Derbyshire Gentry in the Fifteenth Century.
34173: Written and engraved by: O'CONNOR, John. - Canals, Barges and People.
34726: Written and illustrated by: MILLAR, H.R. - The Dreamland Express.
36950: Written & pictured by, GASKIN, Mrs. Arthur. - ABC an Alphabet.
28180: Written and Engraved by, LEIGHTON, Clare. - The Farmer&Rsquo;S Year: A Calendar of English Husbandry.
31409: WRONG, George M. - Canada and the American Revolution. The Disruption of the First British Empire.
24664: WYLIE, A. - Notes on Chinese Literature: With Introductory Remarks on the Progressive Advancement of the Art; and a List of Translations from the Chinese, Into Various European Languages.
37986: YAHYA, Ghulam. Edited, translated and with an Introduction by Mehr Afshan Farooqi. - Crafting Traditions. Documenting Trades and Crafts in Early 19th Century North India.
38093: Translated by, YAMPOLSKY, Philip B. - The Zen Master Hakuin: Selected Writings.
35072: YEAMAN, James. - The Municipal History of the Royal Burgh of Dundee. Compiled from Original and Authentic Documents and Records in the Archives of the Town, and Other Sources; and Embellished by Plans of Ancient and Modern Dundee and Barbour; Engraved Views of Public Buildings; and Fac-Similes of Historical Documents Hitherto Unpublished.
28543: YEATS, W.B. With designs by CRAIG, Gordon. - Plays for an Irish Theatre. Deirdre - the Green Helmet - on Baile&Rsquo;S Strand - the King&Rsquo;S Threshold - the Shadowy Waters - the Hour-Glass - Cathleen Ni Houlihan.
34353: YEATS, William Butler. - Responsibilities and Other Poems.
35633: YEATS, William Butler. - A Packet for Ezra Pound.
32500: YEATS-BROWN, Major F.C.C. - The Star and Crescent. Being the Story of the 17th Cavalry from 1858 to 1922.
36832: YEE, Chang. - Chin-Pao and the Giant Pandas.
36572: YOUNG, Harry F. - Prince Lichnowksy and the Great War.
32854: YOUNG, Peter. [Author’s signed presentation copy]. - Marston Moor 1644. The Campaign and the Battle.
18304: YOUNG COX, Edward. - The Art of Garnishing Churches at Christmas and Other Festivals. With Chromolithographs, Photographs, Lithographs, and Wood Engravings, Illustrating the Original Designs of Several Architects, and Numerous Antient Examples.
36917: YOUNG, Spencer E., ed. - Crossing Boundaries at Medieval Universities.
32637: YOUNG, John. - Alabaster.
11590: ZIMMERN, Alice. Translated with Introduction by,. - Porphyry the Philosopher to His Wife Marcella.
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