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1900 - Sudbury - Sale of land by Charles Francis Winch linen draper to Benjamin Macro Bloys, aerated water manufacturer, both of Sudbury, Suffolk. .
9th October, 1900 . 0. 1900 - Sudbury - Sale of land by Charles Francis Winch linen draper to Benjamin Macro Bloys, aerated water manufacturer, both of Sudbury, Suffolk. Land located on Waldingfield Road, formerly owned by Forster Harvey, and then ? Rose. Plus another parcel of land formerly owned by William Henry Bull, and then Angelo Smith. Folded sheet of parchment, written on 1+ sides signed / sealed by C F Winch witnessed by Alfred H Canham solicitor, Sudbury.
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Keywords: Charles Francis Winch Benjamin Macro Bloys, Forster Harvey, William Henry Bull, Angelo Smith . Documents: : 19th Century

Agreement for purchase of messuage & garden.
Sudbury: 24th July, 1823 . 0. 1823 - Sudbury - Agreement for purchase of messuage & garden by Thomas Smith of Sudbury, Suffolk, Cordwainer from William Moulton No.5, Portland St. London, carpenter and joiner. The property; Cornard End, Cornard Street, Parish of Saint Peter was formerly occupied by James Webb, then Thomas Moulton, then Charlotte his widow. Folded sheet of paper watermarked 1816 - folded in 2, written on 2+ sides. Signed by William Moulton & Thomas Smith, witnessed by Wm Dowman.
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Keywords: Thomas Smith William Moulton Sudbury Suffolk Cornard Purchase Messuage Garden Suffolk: : Documents

All Things New. Preparatory Booklet for the Fourth Assembly of the World Council of Churches. Uppsala, Sweden, July 4-20, 1968.
W.C.C. 1968. Pp 48, some b/w illustrations. P/b, illustrated cover. VG.
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Keywords: Wcc Things New Fourth Uppsala Sweden Church Conference 23120 Church Conference

Animadversions Upon a Book, Intituled, Fanaticism Fanatically Imputed to the Catholick Church, by Dr. Stillingfleet, and the Imputation Refuted and Retorted by S.C. by a Person of Honour.
London: Printed for R. Royston Bookseller to His most Sacred Majesty, 1674 . 0. A reply to the work by Serenus Cressy, which in turn replies to Edward Stillingfleet's "Discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome and the hazard of salvation in the communion of it." The Second Edition. A very good early full leather binding. 8vo. 7.00" x 4.5" x 1.0" [18.2cm x 11.6cm x 2.3cm ]. [6pp.]/pp.262/[1p.] dark brown full calf. Corners and hinges carefully strengthened. Spine with 4 raised bands and old tan leather title label: "H Y D R on Anaticism". Endpapers lifting away from boards. Small armorial bookplate to verso of the front board: "Henricus Stebbing Grayensis Anno 1769". Also another armorial bookplate to the recto of the rear board: "Sr. Lucius O'Brien Bart." Endpapers with browned margins. Printed title-page within a double-ruled border. Light toning to pages, clean English text, with good margins. Last leaf with adverts to the recto for R. Royston. A very good copy of this scarce book. ** Referenced by : Wing C4415 / ESTC R10816. ** S. C. refers to Serenus Cressy (Hugh Paulin Cressy) . A person of honour = Edward Hyde, Earl Of Clarendon. *** "..Animadiversions condemned the notion that Christ and his disciples required absolute unifromity of opinion and practice throughout the Roman Catholic Church, and underlined the variety of practice in the early church.. In Animadiversions Clearndon also takes a hatchet to Hugh (Serenus) Cressy's defence of the saints and miracles of the Roman Catholic Church.." - 'See Settling the Peace of the Church' : 1662 Revisited edited by N. H. Keeble, 2014 . **** Hugh Paulinus Cressy, a graduate of Oxford who converted to Roman Catholicism, studied at Paris, and became a Benedictine monk. He was born Hugh Paulinus de Cressy at Thorpe Salvin, Yorkshire, about 1605 . He entered the novitiate of the English Congregation of Benedictines, which was based in Douai, France and was given the name of Serenus.. He ended his life giving spiritual care to the Catholic Caryll family and died at East Grinstead, Sussex on 10 August 1674." - See Wikipedia ***** "Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon (18 February 1609 – 9 December 1674) was an English statesman and historian. Loyal to the king, he built the royalist cause and served as the chief minister after 1660. He wrote the most influential contemporary history of the Civil War, The History of the Rebellion (first published 1702). " - See Wikipedia . ****** "Sir Lucius Henry O'Brien, 3rd Baronet PC (Ire) (2 September 1731 – 15 January 1795) was an Irish baronet and politician for 34 years." - See Wikipedia ********* "Henry Stebbing (1687–1763) was an English churchman and controversialist, who became Archdeacon of Wiltshire." - See Wikipedia.
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Keywords: R. Royston Hyde Earl Clarendon Animadversions Fanaticism Catholic Catholick Church Stillingfleet Serenus Cressy 44060 Theology: : 17th Century

"Ask Mamma" or The Richest Commoner in England. (Illustrated by John Leech). Jorrocks Edition.
Bath: George Bayntun, 1926. Jorrocks Edition. Pp.x/425, coloured frontispiece + 19 full page wood engravings and many further wood engravings in the text, a couple of spots to endpapers. Blue illustrated cloth with gilt title to spine, slightly rubbed with small bumps to corners. G+.
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Keywords: Surtees Ask Mamma Richest Commoner England John Leech Illustrated Jorrocks Edition Humour Horses Comic Fiction 43982 Fiction: : General

Attested Copy Release - Being 1st part of a Lease & Release relating to the Sale of 7 houses in Sudbury .
22nd July, 1768 . 0. 1768 - 7 Houses in Suffolk - Attested copy of Release. Being 1st part of a Lease & Release relating to the Sale of Property by Thomas Greive, Swithins Lane, London, Gentleman, to Solomon Henry, Swithins Lane, London, Merchant. The properties located in Cornard Street, Sudbury, Suffolk. Tenants: including Samuel Hassell, Samuel Smith, Thomas Goodwin, William Sherman, Christopher Bourney, John Berry. Also, a messuage in Great Wallingfield occupied by James Sparkes. This land was part of the estate of Burkitt Fenn, Cornhill, London, purchased by Henry Rogerson. 4+ sides watermarked paper + cover sheet. Copy made 1794 - signed by Jno Adolphus, Cecil Street, Strand & Edmd Adolphus clerk to John Adolphus.
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Book number: 39107
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Keywords: Henry Rogerson Thomas Greive, to Solomon Henry Samuel Hassell, Samuel Smith, Thomas Goodwin, William Sherman, Christopher Bourney, John Berry Jno Adolphus, Cecil Street, Strand & Edmd Adolphus Suffolk: : Documents

Attested copy of Release of 7 Messuages in Sudbury.
24th August, 1764 . 0. 1764 - Attested copy of Release of 7 houses in the County of Suffolk. By Henry & Thomas Rogerson both of Swithins Lane, London, to Thomas Greive, Swithins Lane, London, Gentleman. “Six freehold messuages in Cornard End Street, Sudbury. Tenants: ? Haskell; William Archer; Christopher Bourney; John Berry; ? Goodwin; ? Sherman. Also, one messuage in Great Wallingfield, occupied by James Sparkes. 4+ sides watermarked paper + cover sheet. Copy made 1794 - signed by Jno Adolphus, Cecil Street, Strand & Edmd Adolphus clerk to John Adolphus.
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Book number: 39112
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Keywords: Henry Thomas Rogerson Thomas Greive Haskell; William Archer; Christopher Bourney; John Berry; Goodwin; Sherman Suffolk: : Documents

I Believe. The Place of Faith in World Religions.
London: Christian Education Movement. 1978. "This is a book by people from seven different world religions. They are printed in alphabetical order of the religions". Pp 55, some b/w illustrations. P/b, slight sunning to covers. G+.
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Catalogue: World Church
Keywords: Cem Believe Faith World Religions Church Baha'i Buddhist Christian Hindu Jew Muslim Sikh 24782 World Church

The Bible : that is, the holy Scriptures conteined in the Old and New Testament. Translated according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best translations in diuers languages. With most profitable annotations vpon all hard places...
London: Imprinted at London by Robert Barker, printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, 1610 [ 1611 ]. 0. A complete Geneva Bible, including the Apocrypha, and the Book of Psalms. A very good full leather binding. 4to. 8.75" x 6.5" x 2.25" . Brown full calf , with blind stamp decoration. Spine carefully repaired preserving the old spine, with 4 raised bands, old black leather title label: 'Holy Bible' . Marbled endpapers and recent free-endpapers (handmade paper) . The engraved general title to the bible is in very good condition with decorated border and heart shaped centre, dated 1610. Followed by "To the Christian Reader."; 'Of the Incomparable Treasure..'; 'How to take profit..'; 'The names and order of all the Bookes..' Next comes the beginning of the Old Testament; "The First Booke of Moses, Called Genesis." All pages are numbered on the recto side only. The first part of the Old Testament ends on f. 190 (Job). The Second part begins with a half-title; Psalmes Of David - Malachi - ff.127(verso blank). Followed by "The Apocrypha." f.128 - f.181 [f.196]The engraved title to the New Testament is also dated 1610. Followed by; "The Printer to the diligent Reader.", with "The description of the holy Land.." (with a half page map) on the verso. The New Testament starts on f.3 and ends on f. 121 . Followed by; "A briefe Table.." , ending with colophon dated 1611. Bound with; "The Booke Of Psalmes.. company of Stationers, 1613." The title page within a woodcut border. The Psalmes are complete,except for the table at the end. Clear English text throughout, in Roman letter and double columns, with marginal references. Pages lightly toned, with a few blemishes and edge tears. Referenced by Herbert 306 / Darlow & Moule 237 / STC 2212 .
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Keywords: 39019 Robert Barker Prayer Book Old New Testament Apocrypha Psalmes Company of Stationers Bibles: : 17th Century

The Book of Bander: A Scripture-Form Story of Past and Present Times.
London: Williams & Norgate, 1899. 0. By the author of "The New Koran", a Utopian book. "The book of Bander Yat, the Syrian, concerning those who fled from the Judean saints and made their abode in Damascus, and concerning the wisest among their descendants who taught men the true way of life." Chapters: I. The Acts of Solomon; II. The Scattering and Mixing; III. Shefan The Sage; IV. The Restoration Sect; V. The Pharisee Fathers; VI. The Invasion of Greeks; VII. The Temple Idolatry; VIII. The Pestilent Prohets; IX. Jews and Christians; X. The Wars of Palestine; XI. The Sun Worshippers; XII. The Persian Martyrs; XIII. Men in God-Guise; XIV. Priests and Magistrates; XV. Judging and Pardoning; XVI. A Psalm of Shumal; XVII. The Prayer of Pito; XVIII. The Parable of Saphion; XIX; The Failing Miracles; XX. Worshippers and Helpers; XXI. The Averted Martyrdom. Interscript; XXII. The Founding of Families; XXIII. The Taming of Beasts; XXIV. The Ursican Robbers; XXV. The Trade Brigands; XXVI. The Sar Masons; XXVII. Jasser's Mason Speech; XXVIII. The Mason's Diversions; XXIX. The Wages of Worksons; XXX. The Law of Rivalry; XXXI. Dealing and Pairing; XXXII. Teaching and Training; XXXIII. The School of Witnesses; XXXIV. The Village of Bilmeed; XXXV. Imitation of Christ; XXXVI. Men and Multitudes; XXXVII. Conformity to Customs; XXXVIII. Culpable Suffering; XXXIX. Children and Men; XL. The Death of Metalion; XLI. The Jews in Palestine; XLII. The Future Messiah; XLIII. The Conquering Turks; XLIV. The Colonising Russians; XLV. The German Expansion; XLVI. Colonus and Domitor; XLVII. The Neglected Kindred; XLVIII. The Wars of Labour. Pp.169/2 (ad for "The New Koran of the Pacifican Friendhood, in the Teaching and Example of their Esteemed Master, Jaido Morata."), front free endpaper has been removed, faint ink stamps to inside front board and half-title page, a few minor underlinings to the text on three pages .Black pebbled cloth,gilt title to spine dulled, wear to top and tail of spine and corners. Scarce. G+.
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The Book Of Common Prayer: And Administration Of The Sacraments, And Other Rites And Ceremonies Of The Church, According to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland : Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David...
Oxford : Printed at the University Press. Sold by E. Gardner and Son, Oxford Bible Warehouse, Paternoster Row, London; And By All Booksellers, M.DCCC.LXIV. [ 1844 ] . 0. A very good full leather binding with gilt label to front board. 4to. 12.50" x 10.25" x 1.75". Unpaginated. Polished black morocco over thick boards. Corners bumped. Front board with dulled gilt label: "The United Parishes Of S. Margaret Lothbury, S. Christopher Le Stocks, S. Bartholomew By The Exchange." Spine with 5 raised bands and dulled gilt title: "Common Prayer". All page edges gilt (now a little dulled), Original yellow endpapers soiled. Light spotting to free-endpapers. Title-page in red & black. Clear English text throughout in double columns. Each page within a red-lined border. Pages refering to Morning and Evening Prayer soiled due to previous regular use. With 4 black silk marker ribbons. A very good 19th century parayer book with an interesting provenance. ** "St Christopher le Stocks was a parish church on the south side of Threadneedle Street in the Broad Street Ward of the City of London. Of Medieval origin, it was rebuilt following the Great Fire of London in 1666, but demolished to make way for an extension of the neighbouring Bank of England. The parish was united with that of St Margaret Lothbury in 1781, and the church pulled down the next year. In 1839 Saint Bartholomew by the Exchange was added when its church was also demolished. ".
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Brevia. Short Essays and Aphorisms. (By the author of "Friends in Council").
London: Bell and Daldy, 1871. [1870]. 1st edition. "Most of these Essays were originally published in "Good Words", but they have been carefully revised and corrected in this re-issue". Pp.208, inscribed "Thomas Longman Esq. from the author, with his kind regards. Nov. 25 1870" to half-title page, spotting to endpapers, a few marginal pencil marks and notations, small binder's label (Burn & Co, Kirby St.E.C) to inside rear board. Brown bevelled cloth with gilt roundel to front, gilt title to spine, minor edge rubbing. G+.** "Sir Arthur Helps KCB HonDCL (10 July 1813 – 7 March 1875) was an English writer and dean of the Privy Council. He was a Cambridge Apostle." (wiki).** Thomas Longman was a member of the publishing family of Longman. "He edited a beautifully illustrated edition of the New Testament" (wiki).
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Book number: 41510
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Cabala Or The Rites and Ceremonies of the Cabalist. National Series, 12, W.C.B. Revised And Arranged Strictly In Accordance With The Standard Formula.
New York: Redding & Co, 731 Broadway, 1888 . 0. A scarce early printing of the Cabalist ritual in code. A very good wallet-style leather binding. 5.75" x 4" x 0.5" . pp.198 . Maroon calf over thin board in a wrap-round (wallet-style) binding. Simple blind stamp decoratoion to back and front covers. The front flap also has the initials "W B". Hinges carefully strengthened and blended to match the original leather binding. All page edges bright gilt. Marbled endpapers. Printed title and clean text throughout. A description of this book by Don Carr states: "Masonic-type rituals—featuring a “M[aster] Cabalist”—in a code reminiscent of IF U CN RD THIS, with a few other signs and symbols (among others, x and ) thrown in. Thus, “W-t. ws. th-n. s-d. t. u-.” is “What was then said to you?” Assuming a familiarity with Masonic rites and a little practice, Cabala is almost readable. " - See The Study of Christian Cabala in English: Addendum by Don Karr .
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Cameos from English History. [ Vol.I.] From Rollo To Edward II. Second Edition / [Vol.II.] The Wars In France. Second Series.
London: Macmillan And Co, 1869 / 1871. 2 volumes. Small 8vo. 17.2cm x 12cm x 2.3cm. Vol.I.: pp.11/385. Vol.II.: pp.11/415. Titles in red and black with blue border and vignette. Spotting to preliminaries. Aeg. Marbled endpapers. Prize label to verso front board of Volume I.: Basingstochae, dated 1873. Inner gilt dentilles. Red calf, prize binding. Boards with gilt border and gilt crest to centre of each board, with motto: "Spiritum Nolite Extinguere." 5 raised bands to spine, with gilt decorated compartments and three separate black leather labels: "Cameos From English History", "First series (or "Second Series") ", and "London". Hinges carefully strengthened at some time in the past. VG.
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Book number: 5020
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Keywords: Yonge Macmillan 16219 Basingstochae Basingstoke English History Prize Binding History: : 19th Century

The Care of Churches. Seventeenth annual review of the Council for the Care of Churches.
London: Church Information Office. 1963. Pp 72, some b/w illustrations. P/b, illustrated cover. G+.
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Book number: 27199
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Keywords: Cio Care Churches Seventeenth Review Council Architecture 24454 Architecture: : Church

Centres of Renewal. For Study and Lay Training
Department on the Laity. 1964. "Contains short descriptions of what has happened, is happening, and is being planned in the different continents, as well as lists of study and lay training centres". Pp 64, some b/w illustrations. P/b, scuffing to spine, crease to front cover. G+.
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Book number: 25301
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Keywords: Wcc Centres Renewall Study Lay Priests Parsons 22007 Priests/Parsons

Certificate of Contract for redemption of Land Tax relating to property .
Ballingdon: 22nd August, 1806 . 0. 1806 - Ballingdon - Certificate of Contract for redemption of Land Tax relating to property owned & occupied by John King, Ballingdon, Saddler. Folded sheet of paper - part printed - manuscript insertions - tear to right hand edge, not affecting text. Signed by John Sympson Jessopp & Robert Lewis, Commissioners for Essex. Together with a small printed certificate of registration - with Land Tax Office - corner torn off.
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Keywords: John King, John Sympson Jessopp, Robert Lewis Ballingdon Certificate of Contract for Redemption of Land Tax Documents: : 19th Century

Certified extract (made in 1793) of entry in Rolls of Kings Silver Office - relating to transfer of Property.
Ballingdon: Michaelmas Term, 1767 . 0. Certified extract examined with the entry at the Kings Silver Office, Court Temple (made in January 2nd, 1793), and signed W. Daw. - Relating to transfer of five messuages in Ballingdon, from Roger & Mary Wood, to Michael Wood & Roger Prickle. Small sheet of paper with some creasing and small tear to one edge. A search on the internet has provided details of another document: Handwritten English vellum indenture dated 1767 during the reign of King George III being the conveyance of property in Ballingdon in the County of Essex between Roger Wood, a Currier, and his wife Mary, both of Bury St Edmunds, and Roger Prickle, a Gentleman, and Michael Wood, Cabinet Maker. Nicely penned with fancy printed vignette, blonded revenue stamp with insert, tax stamp, and FOUR red wax seals on cloth tags.
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Book number: 39104
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Keywords: Roger & Mary Wood, to Michael Wood & Roger Prickle Rolls of Kings Silver Office Ballingdon Essex Essex: : Documents

Charterhouse: A Brief Record of Sutton's Hospital.
London: Sheppard & Company, 1906. 0. 2nd edition. Compiled for the Members of the Lodge of Freemasons, No.2885. "Printed for Private Circulation Only". All edges red. Pp.40, black & white frontispiece of S.Bruno + 7 further black & white plates. Blue cloth with gilt title and armorial crest to front, boards have some waterstaining. Good.
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Book number: 37751
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Catalogue: Masonic
Keywords: Charterhouse Brief Record Suttons Hospital Lodge Freemasons 2885 Floreat Aeternum Carthusiana Domus Carthusians 37592 Masonic

A Chelsea Centenary, 1834-June-1934 The Story of a Flitting a hundred years ago.
[London] : Printed for The Chelsea Society, and sold in aid of The Carlyle's House Endowment Fund, 1934 . 0. An original 1934 pamphlet. 10.0" x 7.5". pp.23 . Brown card covers, edges rubbed and chipped. Black titles and portrait illustration to front cover. Sepia coloured portrait frontis (of Thomas Carlyle). Clean text throughout, well illustrated with line drawings and black & white pictures. G+ . * "Writer and historian Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), nicknamed the Sage of Chelsea, together with his wife Jane moved to 5 Cheyne Row in 1834 and lived there until 1881. The Queen Anne house was purchased by public subscription in 1895 and the Carlyle's House Memorial Trust was formed to administer it, opening to the public in 1896. It was transferred to the National Trust in 1936. It contains the Carlyles' furniture, pictures, books and other possessions, and behind the house is their Victorian walled garden. Carlyle often sat here, and in hot weather wrote in the garden, an awning occasionally erected for the purpose. The house is now known as No. 24 Cheyne Row (No. 5 at Carlyle's time) ." - See London Gardens ** "The Chelsea Society was founded in 1927, by the Chelsea historian and author Reginald Blunt, with the aim of protecting the historic fabric of Chelsea and of influencing future environmental changes. The Society's aims are to protect the interests of all who live and work in Chelsea and to preserve and enhance the unique character of the Chelsea district of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The Society has organised debates and discussions about the area." - See Wikipedia .
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Keywords: Thomas Carlyle Chelsea Society Chelsea Centenary, 1834-June-1934 the Story of a Flitting Local History

Colchester Charter 800: A Celebration 1189-1989.
Colchester: Revelstone Publishing, 1988. 1871817005. Published to celebrate the 800th Anniversary of Britain's Oldest Recorded Town. "not only traces a long and eventful history, it also charts the dramatic face of modern Colchester, its industry and trade, its people, its garrison, its sporting life, its role tomorrow." 29.5cms x 21cms. Pp.96, over 60 photographs and illustrations, many published for the first time, 16 major articles written by Colchester authors. Pbk. VG.
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Book number: 34465
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Keywords: Colchester Charter 800 Essex Town History Local History Ilustrated Britains Oldest Recorded Town 34683 East Anglia: : Essex

The Contemplations Upon the History of the New Testament.
[ London: M. F. for Nathaniel Butter, 1634 ]. Folio (bound in sixes). 6ff./452pp./4ff./214pp. Lacks general title and next leaf, text starts with dedication(carefully repaired), followed by contents. The half title: "Contemplations. The First Booke.. By Jos. Hall D. of Divinitie, and Deane of Worcester. Imprinted at London in the yeare 1634." There are infact 21 further titles contained within this collection of Hall's works. Slight irregular staining throughout. The final leaf is damaged with 10% loss, affecting 10 lines of text. The last 80 leaves have been carefuly strengthened, the degradation of the paper somtimes affecting the marginal notes. 19th century cloth binding with later re-back. Overall a well preserved book. STC:H12640.5.
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Keywords: Hall Bishop Butter Sermons A0787 Flesher Theology: : 17th Century

Copy of Lease & Release for the Sale of Properties.
Sudbury: 21st July, 1768 . 0. Copy of Lease & Release for the Sale of Properties by Solomon Henry, New Basinghall St, London, to Samuel Moulton the elder, Sudbury, Lath River. The properties located in Cornard End, Cornard Street Sudbury, Suffolk. Tenants: John Murrels, James Webb, William Parish and Shadrick Brown. 5 sheets paper - watermarked 1806 - signed by Jno. Adolphus, H. Brockard, Fulham.
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Book number: 39108
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Keywords: Sudbury Jno Adolphus Cecil Street Solomon Henry Samuel Moulton John Murrels James Webb William Parish Shadrick Brown Cornard Suffolk Suffolk: : Documents

Creag Dhubh 1979 Number 31 Cluny...Cluanaidh. The Annual Of The Clan Macpherson Association.
Kirkcaldy, Scotland: Printed and Published for The Clan Macpherson Association by The Allen Lithographic Co. Ltd, 1979 . 0. First edition. pp.849-896. 21cm x 14cm. Grey illustrated card covers. Edges lightly rubbed, otherwise clean text throughout. Illustrated with numerous black & white pictures.
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Book number: 42616
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Catalogue: Genealogy
Keywords: The Clan Macpherson Association Creag Dhubh 1979 Number 31 Cluny... Cluanaidh. The Annual of the Clan Macpherson Association 43964 Genealogy

Critical Social Policy. Volume 1. No.3.
Critical Social Policy. 1982. "A journal of socialist theory and practice in social welfare". Pp 105. P/b. VG.
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Book number: 26798
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Catalogue: Politics
Keywords: Critical Social Policy Welfare Politics Theory 23755 Politics

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