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LISTER, CHARLES. WITH RECOLLECTIONS BY MRS. WARRE CORNISH, REV. RONALD KNOX AND CYRIL BAILEY.
Charles Lister: Letters and Recollections. With a Memoir By His Father Lord Ribblesdale.
London, T. Fisher Unwin. 1917, 5th Impression. Hard Cover. 256 pp, 8vo (8 15/16" H) - grey cloth with gold lettering & banding on spine. Tissue-covered frontispiece plus 4 additional illustrations. Contents: Prefatory Note; Memoir; Letters, July 1909 to May 1911, From Germany and Elsewhere; Roman Letters; Indian Letters; Pre-War Letters from Constantinople; Letters from Constantinople; With the Middlesex Yeomanry; Letters from S.S. Franconia, with Headquarters Staff; With the Hood Battalion at Port Said; Letters from the Aegean; Landing of the Hood Battalion on the Gallipoli Peninsula; Constantinople During July and August 1914; With the Dardanelles Expedition; Recollections: Eton, 1900-5, by Mrs Warre Cornish; Eton and Balliol, 1905-6, by Rev. Ronald Knox; Balliol (Oxford), 1906-10, by Cyril Bailey; In Memoriam: Captain the Hon. Thomas Lister, D.S.O. 10th Hussars; To C.A.L.; Index. Charles Lister died at Gallipoli. Previous owner's name in pencil and corner crease on front free endpaper, book lightly cracked in a few places - pages holding firmly, minor browning to pages and endpapers, browning to edges of text block, color faded to brown on spine, small corner bumps, light edge wear some areas of light waviness in cloth on boards. Very Good-/No Jacket.
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Book number: 24857
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Constantinople, Middlesex Yeomanry, Hood Battalion, Port Said, 10th Hussars, Gallipoli, Dardanelles, Eton, Balliol, Trenches, Trench Warfare, Julian Grenfell, Alan Lascelles, Irene Lawley, Louis Mallet Du Pan, Patrick Shaw-Stewart,, Socialism, Charles Lis

 
KOSTER, DOUGLAS A.
Operation Victor Search.
Lavenham, Terence Dalton. 1979. (ISBN: 0900963956) Hard Cover with dust jacket. Ill.: Dust jacket painting by J.A. Davies. 172 pp, large 8vo (9 1/8" H). Map endpapers. B&w photographs, maps. "On the 20th August 1959 the prototype Victor Mark 2 bomber disappeared during flight trials over the Irish Sea. The captain of a coaster bound from the Mersey to the Thames noticed a splash some eight miles away, when off the Pembrokeshire coast, reported it to Ilfracombe Radio Station and made a brief entry in the ship's log. From then on Operation Victor Search was underway. Controlled by H.M.S. Harrier it involved more than 40 ships and 4,000 men and women and was officially described as 'probably the greatest salvage operation of its type ever undertaken'. Those at sea toiled for long and arduous hours, often in the most atrocious weather, throughout a wild winter and much of the following year. When the final signal, 'Return to harbour - search complete' went out, the trawlers, backed by salvage vessels, had carried out more than 12,000 hauls and nearly 600,000 pieced of the missing Victor had been recovered. This represented 70 per cent of the aircraft and gave the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, enough information for them to be 'reasonably satisfied' that they knew the cause of the accident." Light wrinkling at top of spine and small bump at top of rear hinge. Dust jacket has light edge wear, light rubbing, wrinkling along top edge, small closed tear at top of rear hinge - archivally taped. Very Good/Very Good-.
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Book number: 23414
USD 25.00 [Appr.: EURO 21.25 | £UK 19 | JP¥ 2595]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Aqueity, A.J. Almond, Clyne Castle, Easards, Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough, Forards, Fleetwood, Hms Harrier, Kete, le Blanc Smith, Milford Haven, J.G. B. Morrow, Northards, Mark Victor, Smalls Lighthouse, Starbank, T. Young, Wrecks, Search and

 
LANE, MARGARET.
Hill Top Sawrey.
National Trust, London, (1949), new edition (originally published 1947).. 12 pp, 12 mo, soft cover (stapled wraps). The village of Sawrey in Cumbria, England was the home of Beatrix Potter. Her first home there was "Hill-Top", a small farmhouse she bought with the royalties from her books. This little booklet, illustra ted with pictures from her stories, is about Beatrix Potter and Hill-Top. Foxing on front cover, small repaired tair. Rear cover moderately soiled. Text is clean and tight. Scan available on request. VG.
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Book number: 2086
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Beatrix Potter, Sawrey, Children's Authors, Book Illustrators, Children's Literature, Peter Rabbit, Cumbria, Hill-Top, Hill Top, Near Sawrey.

 
LETHBRIDGE, PETER.
The Path to the Throne. A Biography of the Princess Who Was Crowned Queen Elizabeth the First of England.
Tadworth, World's Work. 1969. Hard Cover with dust jacket. 240 pp, 8vo (8" H). B&w plates. "(A) biography of the Lady Elizabeth up to the time of her accession as Queen Elizabeth I. It portrays her as the talented and witty girl she undoubtedly was, whose steadiness in the face of threats and imprisonment in the Tower enabled her to out-wit those scheming against her. In describing the princess's early life, (the author) shows how she acquired the qualities which were to win the affection and respect of her subjects and which were to inspire Englishmen in her time and ours. (He) has included, as an appendix, a list of places where the reader may persue his own research into Elizabethan history." Two minor bumps at top of spine. Dust jacket has light edgewear/wrinkling, light rubbing, one very small tear with creases (archivally taped). Very Good/Very Good-.
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Book number: 23107
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.75 | £UK 11.5 | JP¥ 1557]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Elizabeth I, English Queens, Queen Elizabeth I, King Henry Viii, Queen Mary, Edward, Tudor, British Royal Family, Monarchy, Elizabethan Era, Politics, Biography, Princesses.

 
LEWIS, JUNE, EDITOR. (SARAH THOMAS.)
The Secret Diary of Sarah Thomas, 1860-1865.
Moreton-in-Marsh, Windrush. 1994, First Edition. (ISBN: 0900075384) Hard Cover with dust jacket. Ill.: June Lewis. 180 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H). B&w drawings, maps. "Sarah Thomas wrote these diaries from her home in the quiet market town of Fairford in Gloucestershire at the height of Queen Victoria's reign. This was a time when people still travelled by coach and pair, or pony and trap or shared the carrier's cart with bundles and crates or maybe even a coffin - for the railway had not yet reached this pocket of the Cotswolds. Sarah (was the) daughter of a Baptist Chapel Minister, single and single-minded, head of the household following the death of both parents, caring for her invalid younger sister and her step-brother. There is no doubt that within this Victorian lady, who coped with running a home and over-seeing the affairs of the local chapel, there beat a passionate heart and a rebellious spirit. The diaries cover a crucial part of Sarah's life as she has to decide on marriage and which of her suitors to accept. The themes of conflict in love and the demands of her strict religious upbringing and the frailties of human emotions, make the diary as rich to read as any novel. Sarah's diary was not meant for anyone else's eyes. The entries are too frank, too intimate and too revealing, to have been designed for any other purpose than a secret repository for her heartfelt feelings. And herein is its charm and value, as one imagines Sarah writing in her tiny notebooks by the light of a candle in the privacy of her room, recounting the daily events and reflecting on her innermost thoughts. Now, some one hundred and thirty years later, we can share them with her." Tiny shallow dint on front board, slight wrinkles at top of spine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top of spine and top edge, very soft crease on front panel. Very Good+/Very Good.
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Book number: 22483
USD 17.50 [Appr.: EURO 14.75 | £UK 13.25 | JP¥ 1816]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Diaries, Journals, Sarah Thomas, Sara, Fairford, Gloucestershire, Victorian Era, Social Life, Cotswolds, Baptists, Domestic, Marriage, Suitors, Love, Relationships, Families, Family, Women. 0900075384 June Lewis.

 
LEWIS, JUNE, EDITOR. (SARAH THOMAS.)
The Secret Diary of Sarah Thomas, 1860-1865.
Moreton-in-Marsh, Windrush. 1994, First Edition. (ISBN: 0900075384) Hard Cover with dust jacket. Ill.: June Lewis. 180 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H). B&w drawings, maps. "Sarah Thomas wrote these diaries from her home in the quiet market town of Fairford in Gloucestershire at the height of Queen Victoria's reign. This was a time when people still travelled by coach and pair, or pony and trap or shared the carrier's cart with bundles and crates or maybe even a coffin - for the railway had not yet reached this pocket of the Cotswolds. Sarah (was the) daughter of a Baptist Chapel Minister, single and single-minded, head of the household following the death of both parents, caring for her invalid younger sister and her step-brother. There is no doubt that within this Victorian lady, who coped with running a home and over-seeing the affairs of the local chapel, there beat a passionate heart and a rebellious spirit. The diaries cover a crucial part of Sarah's life as she has to decide on marriage and which of her suitors to accept. The themes of conflict in love and the demands of her strict religious upbringing and the frailties of human emotions, make the diary as rich to read as any novel. Sarah's diary was not meant for anyone else's eyes. The entries are too frank, too intimate and too revealing, to have been designed for any other purpose than a secret repository for her heartfelt feelings. And herein is its charm and value, as one imagines Sarah writing in her tiny notebooks by the light of a candle in the privacy of her room, recounting the daily events and reflecting on her innermost thoughts. Now, some one hundred and thirty years later, we can share them with her." Slight waviness to bottom edge of text block. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling. Very Good+/Very Good+.
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Book number: 29723
USD 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 12.75 | £UK 11.5 | JP¥ 1557]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Diaries, Journals, Sarah Thomas, Sara, Fairford, Gloucestershire, Victorian Era, Social Life, Cotswolds, Baptists, Domestic, Marriage, Suitors, Love, Relationships, Families, Family, Women. 0900075384 June Lewis.

 
LIDDLE, PETER H.
The Worst Ordeal: Britons at Home and Abroad 1914-1918.
London, Leo Cooper. 1994, First Edition. (ISBN: 0850524172) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 232 pp, 4to (11" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. "Expertly written and beautifully presented, this book of outstanding photographs, documents and art work captures the spirit of the British people as they faced and successfully came through the prolonged challenge of the First World War. Using previously unpublished material from the Liddle Collection in the University Library at Leeds and supporting this with photographs from private and public collections from many parts of the British Isles, 'The Worst Ordeal' brings soldier, sailor and airman experience graphically close. It is, however, not just the fighting fronts which are so well represented: from the industrial, agricultural, domestic, educational, and war resistance scenes, the response to war of workers, wives, sweethearts, students, children, rebels and resisters is made clear. Fund raising, rationing, humour, anxiety and grief are documented in this book in a way which provides touching testimony of the spirit of the times. With almost four hundred illustrations, the book spans the British Isles and the most remote fighting fronts." Very small ghost label mark on front pastedown, very light cigarette odour, minor browning. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling, very minor edge wear, minor rubbing. Very Good/Very Good.
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Book number: 22585
USD 27.50 [Appr.: EURO 23.25 | £UK 20.75 | JP¥ 2854]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: British Expeditionary Force, Belgium France, Trench Warfare, Trenches, Dardanelles, Gallipoli, Somme, Western Front, Internment, Civilian, Rationing, Economy, Industry, Food Production, Aviation, Royal Navy, Leeds, Ypres, Glasgow, Haig, World War I, First

 
LINNANE, FERGUS.
London's Underworld: Three Centuries of Vice and Crime.
London, Robson. 2008. (ISBN: 9781861057426) Soft Cover. 372 pp, 7 3/4" H. B&w plates. "London is a city that thrives on crime and the myths of crime, as its violent history and the colourful portrayal of criminals in fiction, from Defoe to Dickens, attest. (This book) examines the murky underside ot the capital, surveying three centuries of vice and crime and a variety of perilous underworlds. Linnane's writing is full of vivid detail as he describes the city's underworld characters, such as the loathed, murderous, eighteenth century bounty hunter Jonathan Wild, the Italian Sabini gang which dominated London in the early twentieth century, and the more recent Billy Hill, Jack Spot, Frankie Fraser, Kray twins and Adams family. (It) takes us on the nightmarish last journeys of condemned criminals to the gallows at Tyburn. We enter death-trap eighteenth century prisons, one of which the novelist Henry Fielding described as a 'prototype of hell'. We walk the crowded streets of Victorian London with its swarms of prostitutes and follow the ingenious villains who carried out the first great train robbery in 1854. We see the rise and fall of the interwar racecourse gangs and the bloody battle for control of the West End. This fascinating book, containing 25 images, illustrates how crime in the capital has evolved from the extreme violence of the early eighteenth century to the vastly more complex and lucrative, but no less brutal, gangland of today." Interior - previous owner's place, date and signature along with small area of liquid paper on half-title page; otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear/wrinkling, minor rubbing, faint crease on spine, one very small corner crease. Very Good.
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Book number: 25445
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Gangs, Pickpockets, Footpads, Highwaymen, Smugglers, Garotters, Dragsmen, Train Robbers, Policemen, Peelers, East End, Gangsters, West, Guns, Criminals, the Met, Torture, Enforcers, Race, Riots, Killers, Bank England, Reefers, Crack, Drugs, Soho, London,

 
LLOYD, NATHANIEL.
A History of the English House: From Primitive Times to the Victorian Period.
Ware, Omega. 1985, Reprint. (ISBN: 1850070776) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 487 pp, 4to (11" H). Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, floor plans, drawings. "(This) reissue is prompted by the growth in general interest in historic buildings, for there is no work that provides such a complete record in text, pictures, plans and drawings of the whole development of English domestic architecture. Indeed, its value to scholars is literally unique, for Nathaniel Lloyd, who devoted a lifetime to its compilation, was able to record many buildings which have either disappeared or been altered out of recognition. The book is divided into two parts. The first part consists of text which begins by tracing the development of the house from primitive times to the Norman period and, thereafter, devotes a chapter to each succeeding century. In the second part the same development is described in pictures, nearly nine hundred in number, which are grouped into sections under the headings of exteriors, entrances, windows, chimneys, interiors, wall treatment, ceilings, fireplaces, staircases, metalwork, etc. The arrangement of the illustrations allows the reader to study the chronological development of any one feature. When writing, the author considered not only the professional architect (who will find it an invaluable source of reference, particularly in relation to conservation work) but also the general reader who, in the author's words, 'finds architecture an attractive subject, but so complex as to be difficult to grasp'. Those who want to know more about identifying features and construction methods of the various periods of English architecture will find this book an unrivalled guide to the rewarding pastime of looking intelligently at our architectural heritage." Four pages with small crease at top corner, one page with small area of creasing and tiny tear at top corner. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, minor edge wrinkling. Very Good/Very Good+.
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Book number: 22526
USD 60.00 [Appr.: EURO 50.75 | £UK 45.25 | JP¥ 6228]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: English Architecture, Houses, Plans, Exteriors, Walls, Entrances, Windows, Chimneys, Interiors, Ceilings, Fireplaces, Staircases, Metalwork, Construction, Medieval, Tudor, Georgian, Elizabethan, Stuart, Jacobean, Norman, Victorian, Architectural Details,

 
LONGMATE, NORMAN.
The Real Dad's Army: The Story of the Home Guard.
London, Arrow. 1974. (ISBN: 009909830X) Soft Cover. 128 pp, 7 3/4" H. B&w photographs, cartoons, reproductions. "Norman Longmate, an authority on wartime Britain, has collected together a wealth of hilarious anecdote as well as all the unlikely facts to produce the first popular history of the real Dad's Army." Interior - faint cigarette odour, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - browning to edges of covers, very light edge wear, very light browning to edges of textblock, two soft corner creases, book slightly cocked, two tiny scuffs on front cover, slight bump at top of spine. Good.
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Book number: 19924
USD 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 8.5 | £UK 7.75 | JP¥ 1038]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Home Guard, Local Defence Volunteers, Invasion, Britain, England, World War Ii, Second World War. 009909830x

 
LORAINE, WINIFRED.
Robert Loraine: Soldier - Actor - Airman.
London, Collins. 1938, First Edition. Hard Cover. 390 pp, 9" H. Dark blue cloth with silver lettering on spine. B&w illustrations. A biography of Robert Loraine, MC DSO (1876-1935), detailing his acting career (in London & on Broadway) and his military career, both as a soldier in the South African War and an aviator in the First World War. He learned to fly at the Bleriot school in France and the OED credits his diary with the first written use of the word 'joystick' with reference to airplane controls. Previous owner's name in pencil on front pastedown, small faint erased pencil marks on rear pastedown, browning on rear endpapers, a few very small light stains and light general browning to fore-edge of text block, two very small scuffs and minor soiling to bottom of text block, slight lean to spine, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light fading to spine colour, very light rubbing. Very Good -/No Jacket.
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Book number: 28849
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 | £UK 15.25 | JP¥ 2076]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Robert Loraine, Sir James Bariie, Charles B. Cochran, Claude Grahame-White, Sir Henry Irving, Henry Loraine, Nellie Loraine, Gerald Du Maurier, Morane, Julie Opp, Major F.G. Powell, Royal Flying Corps, Aviation, Aviators, Biography, Von Richthofen, Field-

 
LOWER, MARK ANTONY.
A Dictionary of Surnames.
Ware, Wordsworth. 1988, Reprint. (ISBN: 1853269166) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 443 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). "The origins of words are always a fascination, and the origins of our own names can tell us a great deal of our family history. But the twists and turns of dialect and other influences often obscure the meanings, and a good eye and ear, and a wide knowledge of places, crafts, professions and languages, are needed to unravel many family names. A sense of humour helps, too, and here Mark Antony Lower takes his place in the tradition of observers of linguistic drift and foible such as Dr. Johnson, H.W. Fowler, Eric Partridge and Ernest Gowers. The book is full of fascinating anecdote and detail, and the introductory chapters cover American nomenclature, Scots, Irish and Welsh, and tables of statistical distribution. As for Mr. Lower's engaging style and unstuffy approach, one need only look at his entry for surnames beginning with the letter 'X', where he admits to following the example of a Northern naturalist 'who introduced into his work a chapter entitled 'Concerning Owls in Iceland', the chapter itself consisted of the words, 'There are no Owls in Iceland'. Mark Antony Lower's 'Dictionary of Surnames' is a book of endless delight, full of both scholarship and surprises." Light browning to pages, moderate browning to top and fore-edge of textblock, light edge wear, minor wrinkling at top of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling, two 3" creases at top of front panel. Very Good-/Very Good-.
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Book number: 22556
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 | £UK 15.25 | JP¥ 2076]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Surnames, Last Names, Family History, Genealogy, American, Scottish, English, Welsh, Irish, Dictionaries, Name Origins. 1853269166

 
WHEELER, R.E.M. AND WHEELER, T.V.
The Roman Amphitheatre at Caerleon.
His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.. 13 pp + information sheet on the Caerleon Excavation Committee laid in, 8 3/8" H, soft cover (sewn in wraps). B&w illustrations - 2 photographs, 1 reproduction, 1 fold-out plan. A guidebook. Contents: Caerleon in Legend and History; Roman Amphit heatres; The Caerleon Amphiteatre: Description; The Caerleon Amphitheatre: Its History; Relics from the Caerleon Amphitheatre. Interior - a vertical and horizontal light fold crease across pages, small soft crease at top/bottom corner of pages, oth erwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - a vertical and horizontal light fold crease on covers, small soft corner creases, very minor edge wear. Good.
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Book number: 19457
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Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Roman Occupations, Britain, British, Amphiteatres, Monmouthshire, Excavations, Archaeology, Wales, Caerleon, Artifacts, Statuettes, Plans.

 
MABELL, COUNTESS OF AIRLIE. (STRANGE JOCELYN.)
With the Guards We Shall Go: A Guardsman's Letters in the Crimea, 1854-1855.
London, Hodder & Stoughton. 1933, First Edition. Hard Cover. 322 pp, 8 3/4" H. Dark brown cloth with gilt lettering/banding on spine, gilt insignia on front board. Colour frontispiece and 16 b&w plates (collated). Countess Airlie uses the letters of her great-uncle, Colonel Strange Jocelyn, to tell a highly personal history of the Crimean War. Some old glue residue and small areas of surface paper loss on front pastedown, small light stain in top margin of page 25, small light foxing mark in margin of page 32, book is slightly cracked in a few places - all pages are holding firmly, one slight corner bump, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight fading to color on spine and at top of front board, light staining on spine, light edge wear, very light rubbing. Good+.
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Book number: 29460
USD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 42.25 | £UK 37.75 | JP¥ 5190]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Crimea, Crimean War, Valley of Death, Mrs. Duberly, Mamelon Vert, Lord Raglan, Redan, Sevastopol, Malakoff, Lord Ellenborough, Personal Reminiscences, Correspondence, Letters, Yalta, Cossacks, Russia, Russians, Turkey, Turkish, Balaclava, Inkerman, Highla

 
MACGEORGE, ANDREW.
Old Glasgow: The Place and the People. From the Roman Occupation to the Eighteenth Century.
Wakefield, EP Publishing, Wakefield, 1976, reprint. 1976, Reprint. (ISBN: 0715811789) Hard Cover with dust jacket. 338 pp, 8vo (9" H). B&w illustrations. First published 1880. "MacGeorge wrote this most readable history 'to give in a popular form some idea of the state of Scotland, and especially the locality around Glasgow, at and subsequent to the time of Kentigern, its patron saint; of the growth of the city; of the condition of the people - their language, their habits and customs, and their municipal history' together with notes on the Clyde basin, and 'the wonderful development of the river as a means of traffic'. This intention he admirably fulfilled in twenty-seven chapters covering various topics ranging from the early inhabitants and houses to the prices of commodities and labour." Small pencil erasure mark, previous owner's name/address and large gift inscription on front free endpaper; two very small stains on fore-edge of text block; light browning to edges of textblock; minor browning in margins of pages; cigarette odour; tiny bump at top /bottom of spine, one small corner bump and three tiny corner bumps. Dust jacket has moderate to heavy edge wrinkling/browning, is price clipped, light line indentations on rear panel, has light fading to spine colour. Very Good -/Good.
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Book number: 21385
USD 20.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 | £UK 15.25 | JP¥ 2076]
Catalogue: British History
Keywords: Glasgow, Scotland, Cities, Church, Churches, Houses, Bishops, Armorial Insignia, City Seals, Streets, Buildings, Ports, Military Defences, Municipal, Social, Trade, Commerce, Police, Water Supply, Property Values, Literary, Domestic, Language, Amusements,

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