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The Cheshire Sheaf Fourth Series, Vol. 5. January to December 1970: Being Local Gleanings Historical and Antiquarian relating to Cheshire, Chester and North Wales from many Scattered Fields by edited by Rev. Canon M H Ridgway and Mrs E K Berry - Paperback - First Edition - 1971 - from Bailgate Books Ltd and Biblio.com

The Cheshire Sheaf Fourth Series, Vol. 5. January to December 1970: Being Local Gleanings Historical and Antiquarian relating to Cheshire, Chester and North Wales from many Scattered Fields

by edited by Rev. Canon M H Ridgway and Mrs E K Berry

Condition: Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket


The Cheshire Observer Office, Chester, 1971. First Edition. Softcover. Near Fine Condition/No Dust Jacket. Reprinted after revision and correction from the Cheshire Observer Clean crisp pale green card covers, plain spine, sound binding, clean pages and inside covers. Contents are: The Serjeanty of the River Dee; Highfield House Castle, Northwich; Quakers in Chester 1653-1656; Rail Travel in the Nineteenth Century; Excavation of Roman Road at Lymm 1969; Roman site at Tatton; Roman Finds from The Old Pelican Inn Sale; Investigates of a suspected Roman road following the A54, Easter 1970; Wallerscote; Return of Papists 1706; On the Origin of Halton Grammar School Cheshire; Bridges over the canalized River Dee; Possible Roman Roads from Cheshire towards mid-Cheshire. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 51218041076..
  • Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 51218041076
  • Title: The Cheshire Sheaf Fourth Series, Vol. 5. January to December 1970: Being Local Gleanings Historical and Antiquarian relating to Cheshire, Chester and North Wales from many Scattered Fields
  • Author: edited by Rev. Canon M H Ridgway and Mrs E K Berry
  • Format/binding: Softcover
  • Book condition: Used - Near Fine Condition
  • Jacket condition: No Dust Jacket
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: The Cheshire Observer Office
  • Place: Chester
  • Date published: 1971
  • Keywords: BZDB4 NOISBN Cheshire, British history Cheshire; Archaeology; England; British History. The Cheshire Sheaf Fourth Series Vol 5 January to December 1970 Being Local Gleanings Historical and Antiquarian relating to Cheshire Chester and North Wales from many
  • Bookseller catalogs: British History; Archaeology; Cheshire;
  • Subjects: HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain; HISTORY / World;


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