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The Later Stuarts 1660-1714

By Sir George Clark

US: Oxford University Press, 1992. second. Hardback. Near Fine/Near Fine. The course of English history from the restoration of Charles II to the death of Queen Anne, the age of Clarendon, Shaftesbury and Marlborough, the age also of Dryden, Newton and Sir Christopher Wren. A broad survey not only of political happenings but also exploration and commerce, social life, the arts and science. Dark Blue Boards with writing to spine. Tight binding and clean pages.Dj is a bit bumped at the corners and slightly faded. Quite a heavy book so post and packing to be adjusted. second edition

$13.47

The Reign of Elizabeth 1558-1603

By J.B. Black

US: Oxford University Press, 1985. second Edition. Hardback. Near Fine/Near Fine. Major deviations from the first edition of this book. Passages dealing with Mary Stuart have been enlarged and remodelled and now give a juster appreciation of her part in the long duellum with Elizabeth.The much maligned Essex is now treated more generously as more sinned against than sinning.Also the last phase of the reign is more fully developed. Dark blue boards with writing to spine. Tight binding and clean pages. Very minor bumping on Dj, and slight fading.Part of the series the oxford history of england.Heavy book so post and packing to be adjusted. Second edition

$13.47

The Great Invasion

By Cottrell, Leonard

London : Evans Brothers, 1964. Very good . The Roman Invasion of Britain. Green boards that are faded but not too bumped. Very clean pages and tight binding. Reprint

$3.37

Broken Lives

By Stone, Lawrence

New York: Oxford University Press , 1993. Fine. The third of a trilogy, the first two being, Road to Divorce and Uncertain Unions. It contains detailed case studies with dramatic courtroom confrontations. An amazing insight into many unknown aspects of marital life and breakdown in early modern England. Black boards with writing to spine. Clean pages and tight binding. Dj is mylar covered, very minor shelf wear.

$12.13

The English Settlements

By J.N.L. Myres

US: Oxford University Press, 1986. First Published. Hardback. Near Fine/Near Fine. The dark centuries of English history between the collapse of Roman rule in the early 5th century and the emergence of the Anglo Saxon kingdoms in the seventh century. Dark blue boards with writing to spine. Tight binding and clean pages. Dj is a bit bumped at the top and a little faded.part of the series of the oxford history of england. First Published

$9.43

The Secret People

By Martin, E W

London: The Country Book Club, 1955. Good/Fair . A well documented history of English Villlage life. Green boards bumped and rubbed. Tight binding and clean pages. Dj Mylar covered some staining and a tear.

$9.43

The Recipe for Rubber

By Stock, Ralph

London : Lynwood and Co. Ltd, 1912. Very good . A Fijian Romance a short story also published in the Bystander. Green boards with some bumping. Gold writing to front cover and spine with title. hand cut paper pages with some foxing. Binding is tight.

$40.42

Invasion Road

By Warner, Phillip

London : CasselL, 1980. First published. Very good /Very good . A book about Britain’s history of being invaded, giving the reasons, methods and hazards.The to,e of naval, military and air power. Blue boards with writing to spine. Some bumping on the corners. tight binding and clean pages. Dj has some slight bumping. First published

$6.06

Newspaper history: From the 17th century to the present day

By George Boyce, James Curran & Pauline Wingate

England: Anchor Press, 1978. First edition. Very Good/very good. This book aims to fill a very large gap, the lack of a modern academic history of the British press. It will be invaluable to students of political science, history etc., and above all communications and journalism Some shelf wear and chipping to the top of the rear board & dj. First Edition

$62.99

The Pendulum Years

By Levin, Bernard

London: Jonathan Cape, 1970. First edition. Very Good/very good. Brian Levin examines what happened in this stormy and doubt filled decade. It covers a vast range of happenings, all of them symbolic of what was going on in the minds and institutions of Britain during those years. A brilliant summing up of the sixties by a shrewd and witty journalist. Blue boards with writing to spine. Dustjacket some shelfwear. Nice tight binding and clean pages. Price clipped. First Edition

$4.72

A HISTORY OF THE JEWS

By Grayzel, Solomon

America: The Jewish Publication Society of America, 1965. Limited ed. Very Good/very good. A History of the Jews traces the story of the Jewish people fro the Babylonian exile to the current experiments in cultural adjustment and survival. tight;two chips to book cover; bump to spine;chipping to dj First Edition

$5.39

THE FACE of ENGLAND

By Bates. H.E.

London: B.T.Batsford Ltd, 1952. First edition. Very Good +/very good. Together, Mr Kersting's photographs and Mr Bate's essay show beyond a doubt how rich a scenic heritage all Englishmen possess, and how correspondingly great is the obligation to pass it on unblemished to future generations. foxing;clipped, tears to dust jacket ;normal use, 40 colour photographs First Edition

$37.72

The Book of Outlaws

By Innes, Brian

London: Bancroft and Co. Ltd, 1968. First edition. Very Good. A bbok recounting outlaws over history. Red boards with black engraved picture to front and black writing to spine,very nice colour plates and illustrations,boards bumped and marked

$5.39

Two Hundred Years of Jigsaw Puzzles

By Hannas, Linda

London: the london museum, 1968. Paperback. Very Good. a booklet all about the history of jigsaw puzzles. Linda Hannas has probably the finest collection of 18th and 19th century jigsaw puzzles. this catalogue accompanied an exhibition at the london museum in 1968. Paperback, minorbumping and back cover a little marked. clean pages and tight binding.

$10.78

Railway Rights of Way

By Elis, Rhys ab

Sheffield: The Branch Line Society, 1985. Paperback. Near Fine. This is a compilation of information relating to disused railways which have survived into a new guise of footways, bridleways,cycleways and roads. Very slight bumping to top left of spine. Black and white cover and some black and white photos inside.

$53.89

Archaeological Cantiana volume 1

By kent archaeoligical society

London: john e taylor, 1858. Very Good. an amazing collection of memories of kent by the members of the kent archaeoligical society.this is produced by the kent archeological society each year and this was the first one. a very large book so post and packing to be adjusted accordingly.purple boards with writing to spine and an insignia on front cover.very bumped corners and rubbed.pages clean but edges are foxed. tight binding.

$134.73

genealogical Research in England and Wales

By Smith and Gardner

Utah: Bookcraft Publishers, 1970. fifth printing. Very Good/very good. The second volume of a series designed to acqauint the beginning student as well as the professional with the many genealogical sources in England and Wales. Cream boards with writing to spine, bumping and shelf wear and a little dirty on edges. Dj bumped, rubbed and some nicks and shelf wear. Map of england and wales to inside front and back covers.Tight binding and clean pages, a little foxed on the fore edge. First Edition

$16.17

CEASAR'S GALLIC WARS

By Ceasar, Caius Julius

Philadelphia: David McKay, 1895. Fair. The purpose of this translation is to afford to those who are unable to read ""The Commentaries"" in the original Latin an opportunity of making themselves familiar with C�sars matchless style. Literally translated,shelf wear;streched binding.

$5.39

A Century of the East End

By Taylor, Rosemary and Lloyd, Christopher

Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd, 1999. First edition. As New/as new. This volume contains a fascinating selection of photographs which illustrate the extraordinary transformation that has taken place in the East End over the last 100 years. The book offers an insight into the daily lives and living conditions of local people and gives the reader glimpses and details of familiar places during this century of unprecedented change. Many aspects of the East End's recent history are covered, famous occasions and individuals are remembered and the impact of national and intrnational events is witnessed. The book provides a striking account of the changes that have so altered the East End's appearance and records the process of transformation. Large book; postage to be adjusted.black boards with writing to spine.dj not price clipped. very minor wear. First Edition

$6.74

PH�NICIA

By Rawlinson, George.M.A.

London: T.Fisher Unwin. Third edition. Fair. At the eastern end of the Mediterranean, facing towards the west, and looking out onto the Levantine Sea, or ""Sea of the Rising Sun "" was the scanty, but fortunately situated tract which the Greeks and Romans knew as Ph�nicia. tear to material cover at frontof spine;foxing;loose binding

$11.45

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