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Old and New Hull: A series of Drawings of the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, with Descriptive and Historical Notices; also, Portraits of Local Worthies, with Biographical and Genealogical Notes by T Tindall Wildridge - Hardcover - Revised Edition - 1884 - from Bailgate Books Ltd and

Old and New Hull: A series of Drawings of the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, with Descriptive and Historical Notices; also, Portraits of Local Worthies, with Biographical and Genealogical Notes

by T Tindall Wildridge

Condition: Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket

M C Peck & Son, Hull, 1884. Revised Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Signed by Author. Half-leather binding, wear to corners, banded spine with gilt lettering (probably a replacement). Marbled end-papers with small bookplate of Stephen Bryant on inside of front cover. Sound binding, inner hinges are strengthened/repaired, Index pages are taped at gutter with resulting discolouration on reverse pages at gutter edges. Signature of author on frontis portrait may be printed, light foxing to prelims. Clean pages and plates. Publication date on title-page given as 1884 but content in Second Appendix includes plates up to 1887, so a more likely publication date of 1887/1888 with these revisions. This is not the 1889 publication. Plates are: frontis portrait of author; I. Hull, From the Humber 1810; II. Staircase of "Maister's House" 160 High Street; III. Alderman Seaton JP; IV. The Trinity House with Its Offices, and the Inland Revenue Offices 1882; V. Charles Frost FSA; VI. Entrance to Old House of Correction, Fetter Lane, Market Place 1882; VII. The Guild Hall; VIII. The Old Jail, Guard-House etc (The Town and County Jail, also called The Bell Tower); IX. A View of the Market Place, Kingston-Upon-Hull; X. Plan of the Shambles District; XI. Alderman Atkinson JP; XII. Ancient Entrance to Hull, from The Humber, Little Humber Street, 1883; XIII, Sir Samuel Standidge, KT; XIV. The Old Grammar School; XV. Samuel Talbot Hassell; XVI. The Citadel & Blockhouses (The South Blockhouse and Entrance to the Old Harbour); XVII. The Rev. Canon Scott MA; XVIII. Crowle's Hospital, Sewer Lane 1883; XIX. The Anlaby Road, 1883; XX. William Hunt; XXI. Ancient Panelled Room (Removed to Brantigham Thorpe fron 66 High Street); XXII. The Rev. Henry Hibbert DD; XXIII. Holy Trinity Church, the Nave; XXIV. Figures on the Arches of the Choir, Holy Trinity Church; XXV. Holy Trinity Church - Details; XXVI. Details of the Chantry of Sir John Eland - 1533, Holy Trinity Church; XXVII. Piscina Niche in the De La Pole Chantry Chapel, 1380, Holy Trinity Church; XXVIII. Sir William Dalton (with an Account of the Family of Dalton); XXIX. Incised tomb slab of Thomas Dalton (Mayor of Hull 1554, 1560 and 1569), Holy Trinity Church; XXX. The Staircase of Wilberforce House, 25 High Street; Unnumbered plate. The room in which William Wilberforce was born in 1759; XXXI A K Rollit LLD; XXXII. The Church of St. Peter, Drypool; XXXIII. Alderman Brownlow Obit 1865; XXXIV. The Suffolk Palace, Lowgate; XXXV. The Suffolk Palace, Bird's-eye view of the whole Estate & Remnant of the Manor House, Suffolk Palace, Manor-Alley, 1884; XXXVI. Alderman King MD; XXXVII. Alderman George Crowle; XXXVIII. Dame Eleanor Crowle, Wife of Alderman George Crowle; XXXIX. Alderman George Crowle, Eleanor Crowle and Part of Their Family, The Arms from the Tomb of William Crowle; XL. Remains of the House of George Crowle; XLI. The Church of St. Mary, Lowgate; XLII, St. Mary's Lowgate, Details; XLIII, St. Mary's Lowgate, Details; XLIV. The Sepulchral Monument of William Dobson, Mayor of Hull 1647 and 1658, St. Mary's, Lowgate; XLV. John Cook FRHS; XLVI. Albion Street; XLVII. Arthur Maister (with an Account of the Family of Maister); XLVIII. Staircase of EtheringtonBuildings, 50 & 51 High Street; XLIX. Etherington Buildings; L. Sir Henry Etherington, Bart; Unnumbered plate. Lady Maria Constantia Etherington; LI. Bird's-Eye View of the Charterhouse 1884; LII. Rev. H W Kemp; LIII. Robert Martin Craven; LIV. Church of St Mary's (Old Sculcoates); LV. Sir John Lister; LVI. The Mariner's Church LVII. William Andrews FRHS; LVIII. Old Hull from the Humber, 1603; LIX. Robert Pease of Amsterdam c. 1670; LX. Joseph Pease of Hull; LXI. Lieut-Col Pease JP, DPL; LXII, Old South-End 1809; LXIII. The Brotherton Tavern; LXIV. Alderman Woodhouse FRHS; LXV. De La Pole House, High Street 1884; LXVI. Lieut-Col Gerard Smith MP; LXVII. The Old Harbour, temp. King Henry VIII; LXVIII. William Gee, Mayor of Hull, 1562, 1573, 1582; LXIX. The Trinity House Plate; LXX. Charles Spilman Todd FSA; LXXI. Eleanor A Rollit, Mayoress of Hull. First Appendix: LXXIII. Carved Mantel Piece with the Lister Arms, formerly in Wilberhouse House. Second Appendix: LXXIV, Alderman John Leak, Mayor of Hull; LXXV, John Sherburn; Un-numbered plate Old Cut of Hull General Infirmary; LXXVI, The New Market Hall, Queen Street 1887; LXXVII. The New Almshouses, Sculcoates 1887; LXXVIII. The Staircase, Harrison's Hospital, Chapel Lane 1887; LXXIX. The Marquis of Ripon, Lord High Steward of Ripon; LXXX. Robert Jameson JP, Mayor of Hull; Un-numbered plate of Street Improvements Proposed by Mr Jameson; Un-numbered plate of letter from William Wilberforce; LXXXIII. Joseph Fox Sharp M Inst CE; LXXXIV. Alderman John Symons MRIA; LXXXV. Walter S Bailey, JP, DL; LXXXVI. Alderman Rayment; LXXXVII. William Hodge, Mayor of Hull; LXXXVIII. Alderman Willows; LXXXIX. James Stuart JP; XC. William Day Keyworth the Younger; Un-numbered plate of Statue of Sir William De la Pole by Keyworth; XCII. Alderman C R Lambert; XCIII. David Hartley MP for Hull 1774; XCIV. Charles Edward Fewster XCV. Christopher Sykes MP; XCVI. CM Norwood MP; XCVII. Joseph Temple, Antiquarian, Hull; XCVIII. Arthur Rollit DL; XCIX. John Clay MP; Un-numbered plate of Letter of James Clay; CI. Thomas Mapplebeck, Antiquary, Hull; CII. The Old Stone Chair, Hull & Probable Original form; CIII. Thomas Gent, Historian of Hull; CIV. James T Woodhouse; Un-numbered plate of St. Mary's Church, Brandesburton 1885; CV. Rev. John Hymers; Un-numbered double plate of Sermon of Dr. Hymers with drawing of Brandesburton Cross; CVIII. The James Reckitt Public Library; Third Appendix: Plates and illustrations of coinage. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Signed by Author. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50317021027.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

  • Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 50317021027
  • Title: Old and New Hull: A series of Drawings of the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, with Descriptive and Historical Notices; also, Portraits of Local Worthies, with Biographical and Genealogical Notes
  • Author: T Tindall Wildridge
  • Format/binding:Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good Condition
  • Jacket condition: No Dust Jacket
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: Revised Edition
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: M C Peck & Son
  • Place: Hull
  • Date published: 1884
  • Keywords: BZDB4 NOISBN Yorkshire, British history Yorkshire; British History. Old and New Hull A series of Drawings of the Town of KingstonuponHull with Descriptive and Historical Notices also Portraits of Local Worthies with Biographical and Genealogical Notes T T
  • Bookseller catalogs: British History; Yorkshire;
  • Subjects: HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain;


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