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Historical Pageant of Bradford - The Living Story of Bradford's Glory. Peel Park, Bradford, July 13-18 1931. Under Royal Patronage
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Historical Pageant of Bradford - The Living Story of Bradford's Glory. Peel Park, Bradford, July 13-18 1931. Under Royal Patronage

By Herbert L Wright; Rev E B Alban; Phyllis Bentley; Phyllis Hambledon (Phyllis MacVean); Alfred J Brown (Julian Laverack); Elizabeth Southwart

Percy Lund, Humphries & Co. Ltd; The Country Press, Bradford, 1931. First Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Programme and 'Book of Words' for the Historical Pageant, the Opening Performance of which was inaugurated by HRH The Prince George, KG. With details of actors and musicians involved. Contents include: Prologue; Episode I - The Coming of the Romans, by Herbert L Wright; Episode II - Paulinus in Bradford Dale, by Rev E B Alban; Episode III - Bradford in Norman Times, by Phyllis Bentley; Episode IV - Bradford in Plantagenet Times, by Phyllis Hambledon (Phyllis MacVean); Episode V - Bradford in Stuart Times, by Alfred J Brown (Julian Laverack); Episode VI - Bradford of the Industrial Revolution, by Elizabeth Southwart. Illustrated beige card covers, with black lettering on front and spine, are worn at edges. Spine cover is badly worn with surface loss at both upper and lower ends. Binding sound with slight separation at occasional gatherings. Light foxing to text block edges. Clean pages. Handwritten library number at upper edge of page i of advertisements and on lower spine. and previous owner's name neatly on upper front cover. Contains black and white plates and illustrations. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319101167..

$12.64

The Miracle of Saint Anthony
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The Miracle of Saint Anthony

By Maurice Maeterlinck; translated by Alexander Teixeira de Mattos

Methuen, London, 1918. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Good. Darkened dust-jacket with wear on upper and lower edges. Clean blue covers with dulled gilt lettering on the spine and blind lettering on the front. sound binding, clean uncut (untrimmed) pages and end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05419101151..

$22.12

Lost Empires, Being Sir Richard Herncastle's Account of his life on the variety stage from November 1913 to August 1914 together witha Prologue and Epilogue
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Lost Empires, Being Sir Richard Herncastle's Account of his life on the variety stage from November 1913 to August 1914 together witha Prologue and Epilogue

By J B Priestley

Heinemann, London, 1965. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. Clean unclipped dust-jacket with light wear at spine-ends and corners, brown covers with gilt lettering on the spine, bumped corners, sound binding, clean slightly darkened end-papers, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 10119101130..

$16.85

De Profundis and Salome (also includes The Soul of Man Under Socialism)
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De Profundis and Salome (also includes The Soul of Man Under Socialism)

By Oscar Wilde

Collins' Clear-Type Press, London & Glasgow, 1959. Revised Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Fair. Illustrator: Donia Nachshen. There are two dust-jackets with this volume, both priced at 2/-. One is green, white and black is unclipped and is worn and tine on the spine area; a biographical note on the fold-over of this jacket states that the rest of Apologia will be published in 1960. The second dust-jacket looks earlier and is illustrated in yellow, green and grey with a photograph of Wilde on the spine and an advertisement for Waterman's Ink on the rear and a printed catalogue on the inner face; this dust-jacket is a little darkened with light wear on the upper and lower edges and some small areas of red staining on the lower inner edge. Clean red covers with gilt lettering on the spine, clean red end-papers, sound binding, clean pages and plates.. Illustrator: Donia Nachshen. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 11319101040..

$41.60

The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 6 Second Series or Vol 81 Old Series, 1832-33 November - April
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The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 6 Second Series or Vol 81 Old Series, 1832-33 November - April

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M. A. Pittman, London, 1833. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine with spine-labels, text in 2 columns per page. Bumped corners and wear at spine-ends. Leather on joints is cracked with some splits. Binding is sound, pages are clean. Includes three plates; vignette title, "Shaver" facing page 177 and "The Ruff" facing page 284. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: November; Pedigree and Performances of The Tartar, Tribute to Sir Walter Scott by Gilbert Forester, India Bombay races, Hours at Olney fishing on the Ouse, Dumfries Otter Hounds, Yarmouth Races, Wild Sports of the West, Kennel Management, Hunting in Surrey, Medicine for Worms in Dogs, Newmarket Meetings, A night in the Pyrenees. December; Partridge Shooting, Run with the Rufford Hounds, Steeple Chase Nov. 14th, English and Irish hunters compared, American Trotters and Pacers, duck snipe and quail shooting, The War Horse by HCD, Actaeon a Foresters Version from Ovid, Norfolk as a breeding county, Coursing meetings at Highclere, Malton, Leyburn, Swaffham, etc. German Races and the Prussian Union at Anclam, Flemish Archery, A Scottish Battue, Tod hunting, Roe deer, The Wolf, Gilbert Foresters tour. January; Run with the West Kent and East Sussex, Old English Buck hound, Death of Phantom New, Years Eve by Dashwood. February; Anecdote of George the Third, Peculiarities of the Ruff, Road match in India with Arab Horses, Dove-Dale the British Tempe, Nominations for the Doncaster St. Ledger, The New Forest and Mr Villebois Hounds, Use of Mangel-Wurzel in kennels, Count Karolyi's Hunting Establishment in Hungary. March; Mr Morrel's Harriers, Earl Fitzwilliam, The Upper Shannon part of Lough Derg, Hood's Comic Annual, Knapton Harriers, Anatomy of the Horse, Betting at Tattersall. April; Late Ralph Riddell, New Game Act, La Mere aux Loups, Van Diemen's Land Races, Fly fishing on the Dornoch, Fox hunting in Scotland, Somerset Vale Hounds, A month in Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, Steeple Chases in Tetsworth, Biscester, St Albans, Doncaster, etc. Sporting Intelligence. Turf Intelligence Extra. Notices to Correspondents. Index to the Horses in the Racing Calendar. Racing Calendar. Index. No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019103001..

$47.13

The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 22, 1803 April - September
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The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 22, 1803 April - September

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Printed for J Wheble, London, 1803. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine with spine-labels, text in 2 columns per page. Bumped corners and wear at spine-ends. Leather on joints is cracked. Binding is sound, pages are clean. Light foxing to plates with slightly heavier foxing to engraved title page. Page 61/2 is present but disbound. Includes five plates; vignette title, "Leopards devouring a Horse" facing page 104, "Lioness & Whelps attacking a Camel" facing page 160, "Spaniels" facing page 220 and "Hunting the Porcupine" facing page 268. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: April; Mr Richard Knight late huntsman to Earl Spencer, Morland's Hunting Pieces, Royal Chase, Fox Hunting, Harriers, Cocking, Battle between Six Men of the Inniskilling Foot and a Boy of the Berkshire Militia, Female Cricket Players, Migration of Water Fowl etc., Boxing - Belcher and Firby, Life of Major Leeson, Law cases - horse stealing and gambling, New Ballet of Action Sir John Dinely the Parisian Beauties, Duel between Colonel Montgomery and Captain Macnamara and trial, Poetry - Epilogue to John Bull, Crispin and the Calf, Death of Tom Moody, etc. May; Law - The King v Hill Darley, Epsom Races, Trotting Match, Battle of Lodi, Review of the Original Invention of Dice and Cards, Comical History of Beards, Cha-ou-ra-suo or Bird Catcher - the Indian Method of obtaining this celebrated Fish, Account of Swedish Horses and Races, Sports of the Credulous, Cards, etc. in France, A Hoylean's Address to the Four Kings, Opening of Coleman's Theatre. June; Sporting Dictionary, Infatuation and Outrage - Trial of John Grant at Old Bailey, American Harmonic Pic Nic, Fete at St Ives, Memoirs of a Celebrated Sporting Lady, A Royal Chess Player, Nightingales - why none are found in Devonshire and Cornwall. July; Spavins and College Puffing, Horsemanship as connected with the Order and Progress of Chivalry, Advantages of preserving the Martin, Swallow and Swift, Pleasantries of the late Oliver Goldsmith, Modern Politicians, Mouse Hunting, Taplin's Sporting Dictionary and Rural Repository, Edgeworths on Irish Bulls, Poetry - On the Game of Cricket, etc. August; Trial of John Hatfield, New Comic Opera Love Laughs at Locksmiths, The Decline of Diversions in Wales, Ramble to Huntworthy Court Lodge, Female Chaise Driving in England, Dutch Divertisements and Festivities, Law Cases, Eagles taken in Ireland, Poetry - The Fisherman of Lapland, etc. September; Wolves in France, Shutting of Coleman's Theatre and opening of Winter's Theatre, Dr Franklin's Advice to Young Sportsmen, Horse Shoes by Opa Mico, Cornish Sports, Enmor Castle in Somerset hunting seat of Earl of Egmont, Aerostatic Experiments, Address of Mr Fawcett at the Opening of Covent Garden Theatre, New play The Maid of Bristol. Sporting Intelligence. Index. The Racing Calendar. No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019103003..

$65.03

The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 10 Second Series or Vol 85 Old Series, 1834-35 November to April
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The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 10 Second Series or Vol 85 Old Series, 1834-35 November to April

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M A Pittman, London, 1835. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine with spine-labels, text in 2 columns per page. Bumped corners and light wear at spine-ends. Leather on joints is cracked and split at the top on front and back. End-papers on the inside front cover are completely separated on hinge so front cover is attached to spine only. Binding is otherwise sound, pages are clean. Includes five plates; vignette title, "Extraordinary Preservation of Foxes" facing page 74, "John Holt Esq." facing page 201, "Tawny Owl Attacked by a Buzzard" facing page 300 and "Charles Newman Esq." facing page 345. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: November; The Annuals - Ackermann's Forget-me-Not and Miss Sheridan's Comic Offering, Barnby Moor, Epsom and Heaton Park Meeting, Close Encounter with a Bear, Mr Horlock's Hounds, Joseph Gilliver the celebrated Cock Feeder, Races at Hanover, Doncaster St Leger by Craven, Turf Intelligence. December; Coursing Meetings at Strathearn, Ilsley, Chatsworth and Harewood, Betting at Tattersall's, Shooting Foray to the Welsh Mountains, Hints on Spiromania, Theses Hibernicae a National Mistake, Field Sports in the Colonies, Newmarket Houghton Meeting by Craven, Winners of Royal Purses and Gold Cups in 1834, Liverpool October Meeting, Wild Fowl Shooting, Brocklesby Hunt, Steeple Chase in Vale of Aylesbury, Difference of Power in Barrels of Double Guns, Memoir of the late Earl of Derby, Coursing Meetings at Swaffham, Malton, Chelmsford, Wensleydale, etc. January; Late John Holt of Tottenham, Run with the Annefield Hounds, Hunting in Shropshire, The Great Leicestershire Steeple Chase - Match for 2000 Sovereigns, Buck Hunting in Ireland, Bubbles in Brighton - Races on the Downs, Exportation of English Blood Horses. February; The Hermit in Leicestershire, Run with Mr Hall's Hounds, Treatise on small Firearms, Tribute to Dashwood, The Owl and Buzzard, Brookside Harriers, Fox Hounds North of the Tweed, Sport in Dorset, Somerset and Devon. March; Royal Stud at Hampton Court, Holderness, York and Ainsty Hounds, Craven on the Turf. April; His Majesty's Stag Hounds with the Earl of Chesterfield, Essex Unions, Yarrell's History of British Fishes, Ludlow Fishing, Wild Sports in India, Washington Irving's Foray into the Pawnee Hunting Grounds, Memoir of Patrick Connelly, Scole Inn and Steeple Chase. Index. The Racing Calendar. No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019103006..

$60.82

The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chace, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 11 New Series or Vol 61 Old Series, Oct. 1822 - March 1823
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The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chace, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 11 New Series or Vol 61 Old Series, Oct. 1822 - March 1823

By Various

Printed for J Pittman, London, 1823. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine with spine-labels, text in 2 columns per page. Bumped corners and light wear at spine-ends. Leather on hinges is cracked. Binding is sound, pages are clean. One spine label is lifting slightly. Includes 4 plates; frontis “Edward the Martyr”, vignette title with “Golden Plover”, “Gruff the Miller” facing page 236 and “Fox and Prey” facing page 265. No other plates are present. Pages 237 and 238 have been removed. Contents Includes: October Foxhunting in Warwickshire by Nimrod Late Paris Races and Progress of Horse-breeding in France Basingstoke Races On the Art of Driving Breeding large Fox-hounds Mode of Shoeing horses on the Continent A Pedestrian Fox Hunter Sir John Dashwood’s Harriers Hampshire Fox-hunting Mr Martin’s Bill Notice of Wiveliscombe Harriers The Bishop of Clogher and Effeminacy of the Rising Generation Red-legged Partridge Pedigree and Performances of Doctor Syntax Anecdote of Lord Camelford Sporting Intelligence Mr Charlton’s New Matches Turf Intelligence Poetry; Glory and Fame, Epitaph on a Horse, The Pointer Racing Calendar November Mr Villebois’s Hounds Samuel Day Voracious Fish Newmarket October Meeting The Thurlow Hunt The Royal Hunt Mr Farquharson’s Pack Bonaparte and his Horse Modern Gamekeepers Isaac Rogers alias The Doctor Juvenile Sporting On Recovering Scent Breaking the Pointer Sporting in South America The Horse Bazaar “The Road” and its Dangers Mr Scott the Engraver Ashdown Park Coursing Meeting Malton and Swaffham Coursing Meetings His Majesty’s Stag-hounds Snipes December Juvenile Anglers – Bottom Fishing Snipe Shooting Comparative Strides and Speeds of Horses and Greyhounds Instability of the Woodcock Duck and Diamond Mr Chute and Sir John Cope’s Hounds Dialogue between Irish Squire and Irish Farmer Newmarket, Amesbury, Deptford, Ilsley and Bowers Coursing Meetings List of Winning Horses in England, Scotland and Wales in 1822 The Black Grouse Distinction between a Veterinary Surgeon and a Farrier Horse Bazaar Fancy Pigeons, Spaniels, etc. Battle between Hudson and Shelton Death of Hickman and his Backer January Pedigree and Performances of Mervinia Riding to Hounds Methods of Catching Birds Glanders in Horses Anecdote of a Hare The Eye of a Horse Throwing the Cricket Ball Kentish and Devon Fox Hunting Trotting Match in Russia Description of a Spanish Bull Fight Amateur Coachman – the Frenchman and the Sailor Bibotomy Danger of Low Stables Swap and Jack Spigot February Woodcock Shooting Snipe Shooting Stride of the Hare and Greyhound Sporting in New South Wales Coat of the Horse Fox and Prey painting by Crane Dandyism of the Present Day Anecdote of a Stoat Danger of Mixing Salt with food of Hounds Pugilism – Turner and Davis Poetry; The Wrong Side of the Post, John Bull’s Fireside March Cocking Vindicated Swedish Turnips Sporting in Germany from Count Veltheim Suppression of Houses for Play Sporting Subjects at the British Gallery Clothing Horses during Exercise Sporting Intelligence Racing Calendar Index No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019081114..

$66.61

The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chace, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 3 New Series or Vol 53 Old Series, Oct. 1818 - March 1819
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The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chace, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 3 New Series or Vol 53 Old Series, Oct. 1818 - March 1819

By Various

Printed for J Wheble & J Vittman, London, 1819. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine with spine-labels, text in 2 columns per page. Bumped corners and light wear at spine-ends. Leather on hinges is cracked. Binding is sound, pages are clean. Includes 6 plates; frontis “Hunting the Tiger”, vignette title with “The Quail”, “Gamboy” facing page 1, “Sulky” facing page 106, “The Fractured Leg of Spartan” facing page 224 and “The Wild Cat” facing page 262. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: October Mr Cooke’s projected improvements in Wheel Carriages Account of the Court of King James Ivory-billed Woodpecker of North America Beningbro’ Mares and their Produce Merlins or Welsh Ponies Cricket Match Dispute between Mr Osbaldeston and the Nottinghamites Elephant and Tiger Fighting Account of the Mocking Bird Coursing at Turriff Sparring at Aix-la-Chapelle Mr Sewell’s Veterinary Discovery Sporting Intelligence Poetry November The Wold Cottage, Yorkshire Misfortunes of a Dandy Field Sporting in Jamaica The Pulpit v The Stage Malting, Ashdown and Swaffham Coursing Meetings Account of the Passenger Pigeon of America Men Hunted by Apes! Manton’s Gun – Law Case Mid-Lothian Coursing Club The Pigeon Stealer detected – trial at the Old Bailey Account of Moorish Wrestlers – Equestrian Performances Newfoundland Dog’s Sagacity Rock-bird Shooting in the Isle of Wight Purdey’s Patent Safegaurd Racing in India December Country and Town Life Weight to Inches Newmarket, Beacon Hill, Louth and Bowers’ Coursing Meetings Patent Powder Flasks Rabbit Shooting Infringement of Forsyth’s Patent Horse stung by Wasps Ackermann’s Patent Moveable Axle-Tree Battle between Randal and Turner, and Martin and Scroggins January Great Foot Race Dashing Expedition for Everlasting Gun Flints Athletic Sports in America Owl Shooting Anecdote Mr Kean and the Doncaster Theatre Alphabetical List of Winning Horses The Angler, a Poem February The Influence of Fashion Deer-Stealers Extraordinary Derbyshire Coursing Society’s Meeting Manton’s Detonating Guns Account of Celebrated Fives Players The Beggars’ Gala Speed of Blacklock Ashdown Coursing Meeting Anecdote of Frederick II King of Prussia Proper Construction and Ventilation of Stables March Hunting the Tiger Accounts of Thunderbolt and Sedgemoor English Stag Hunting in Hungary Fox Hunting of Old Malton and Ilsley Coursing Meetings The Wild Cat Beauties of Brighton Shropshire Coursing Poetry Index Racing Calender No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019081108..

$82.93

The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chace, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 42, April - September 1813
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The Sporting Magazine or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chace, & every other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit, Vol 42, April - September 1813

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Printed for J Wheble, London, 1813. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine with spine-labels, text in 2 columns per page. Bumped corners and wear at spine-ends and board edges. Top 6th portion of spine is missing. Leather on front hinge is cracked and back cover is detatched. Binding is otherwise sound, some very occasional foxing. Includes 5 plates; frontis “The Chariot Race”, vignette title with “The Beagle”, “Dogs Fighting” facing page 53, “Sorcerer” facing page 101 and “The Fox, The Heron and the Eel” facing page 174. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: April Stables at Errol House, Perthshire Betting at Tattersall’s Colour of Devonshire Childers Distemper in Dogs Rural Sport of Bat Fowling New Comedy called “Education” Crib taking Leave of Pugilism Warrant to take Greyhounds for Charles II Life of Djezzar Pacha Curious Particulars of the Sea Gull An expert Female Shot Ancient Tradition at Tolleshunt-Knights, Essex Boxing between Molineux and Carter Natural History of Mules Account of the Louwa or Fishing Bird Singular Dexterity of a Goat Quail Shooting Races at Verdun Poetry; Heathenish Medley, Fashionable Illness, Essex Stag Hunt, The Woodpecker, The Courtesan May Stabling for a Country Seat Performance and Produce of Queen Mab The English Bitch and the Armenian Colonel Stage Coaches Extracts from Dr Parkinson’s Treatise on Management of Parturient Animals Horse Causes; Melton v Cooper and Vardel v Black Spasm in a Colt Great Foot Race between Cross and Rainer The Cossack’s Mode of catching Game, Hare Hunting, etc. Hunting Song in favour of Lord Lonsdale’s Hunt June Pedigree of the Stallion Sorcerer Best Method of Feeding Game Cocks Antiquity of Chester Races New Drama “Lose No Time” Cocking at Manchester and Newton Proposal for a new Marriage Act The Horse and the Heriot Shooting for the Siller Gun Connubial Auctions of the Ancients Mr Manton’s Patent Sir Frank Standish – Siege of Duxbury Hall July Crossing the Breed of the Race Horse Coombes v Games – Action to recover value of unsound horse The Reverend Pugilist, one of the true Church Militant Court Martial on Lieutenant Delap Hunting and Angling Sale of Brood Mares at Tooley Hall Natural History of the Serpent Frequent Accidents at Races The Fox, Heron and Eel John Beard’s Diary August Sibillation of Racing Grooms Bettings for the St. Leger Stakes Turkish Game of Djerid Pugilism between Ford and Harmer Egham Races Mr Adam Eve’s Match against Time Morals, Manners and Amusements of the People of New Spain Sporting Law Cases at the late Assizes Fatal Duelling September Best Method of Shoeing the Horse Origin of King Stagg Bridge in Dorsetshire Account of the Squirrel of Louisiana New Game-Law Enactments Jackals and Wild Swine of Persia The View Halloo; or, Folly in Praise of all the World Colonel Delap and Lord Montford Wild Horses of America Index Racing Calendar No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019081110..

$52.66

The Sporting Magazine. United with The Sportsman, Sporting Review & New Sporting Magazine, by Command Under the Former Patronage of HRH The Prince Consort. 1867 Part 1 January - June
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The Sporting Magazine. United with The Sportsman, Sporting Review & New Sporting Magazine, by Command Under the Former Patronage of HRH The Prince Consort. 1867 Part 1 January - June

By Various

Rogerson & Tuxford, London, 1867. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine. Spine labels are missings. Bumped corners and wear at spine-ends and board edges. Leather on back hinge is cracked and split at top and bottom and front cover is detached. Page 65/66 is loose but binding is otherwise sound. Pages are clean. Includes three plates; vignette title, “Gone to Ground” facing page 89 and “Make Ready” facing page 148. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: January Way Bill; Weatherby’s Book Calander, Foals of the Season, The Brighton and Old Shoreham Harriers The American Yacht Race Berlin Bubbles “Here’s Sport Indeed” by Lord William Lennox Devonia In Middle Park New Year’s Eve at the Crown Rambles in Ireland Sport in the Firth of Tay Singular Properties in Trees State of the Odds February Way Bill; Ice and Snow,Curling, Late Lord Exeter and Charles Peck, Hop Betting Gone To Ground The Farmers and Foxhunting Field and Fern The Boar of the Ardennes Sport in Philadelphia Winter Sports in the North March A Visit to Oxford, and a Run with the Heythrop On the Argentine Gauchos A Strange Fisherman A Day with Dog and Gun in Lower Normandy Recollections of Sport in Ceylon Billy Bidder and his Book Slaughter of a Male Rhinoceros in the Soonderbund Views in Wales The Lions April The Prime Minister Berlin Bubbles A Horse Racing Hoax The Baron de Bonchose during the Frost The Natural History of a Rock Stallions for the Season 1867 On the Ripple May Way Bill; University Boat Race, Fishery Commissioners, Ashton Hall, The Pugs in Chancery My Lady’s Hobby April Sports in Perthshire Snakes and Snake Bites Hound Sales June Way Bill; Mr Thompson’s Greyhound, Late Tom Brooks, Yorkshire Hound Show The Dog Market in Paris Vauban by Castor The Government Breeding Studs in Sweden A Day with the Mackerel Fashioning a Fly A Day’s Salmon Fishing Recollections of Rook Shhoting Sales of Blood Stock The Turf Register Index No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019081111..

$38.70

The Sporting Magazine. By Command Under the Former Patronage of HRH Prince Albert. 1848 Part 2 July - December
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The Sporting Magazine. By Command Under the Former Patronage of HRH Prince Albert. 1848 Part 2 July - December

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Rogerson & Tuxford, London, 1848. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine. Both covers and spine are present but completely detached, rubbed and worn. Corners are bumped. Page 65/66 is loose. Page 13/14 is disbound and first gathering is very loose. Page 95/96 of the Turf Register and free end papers are disbound with the back cover. Includes a vignette title plate but no other plates are present. Pages are clean. Contents Includes: July Surplice, Winner of the Derby 1848 Two Years in the Far West Sporting Incidents at Home and Abroad (from Life of Hon Percy Hamilton) A Peep at the Provinces Bear Shooting Fox Hunting in Scotland Sale of Blood Stock at Stockbridge Turf Register 1848 August “Once More Upon the Moors” Reminiscence of a Grouse Shooter My Last Day on the Exe Approaching Grouse Season in Scotland Angling Rivers in the North of Scotland Cymba, the Winter of the Oaks Lays of the Deer Forest Public Amusements of the Metropolis September The Regatta in the Solent Fox Hunting in the South of France A Day’s Sport in South Africa Angling in the Lakes of Scotland The Steeple Chase Dick and Daisy Jones’s Guide to Norway Wiltshire Coursing Prize Picture October Woodcock Shooting in Ireland Biography of the late Lord George Bentinck The Pocket and the Stud – Dog Breaking Fore’s Steeple-Chase Scenes Blood Stock Sale at Doncaster November Sketches from the Cape of Good Hope Notes of the Chase After the Gallop December Biography of William Scott Vicious Horses Hunting in Western Texas and a Visit to San Antonio de Bejar in 1843 Index Turf Register 1848 No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019081112..

$30.54

The Sporting Magazine. United with The Sportsman, Sporting Review & New Sporting Magazine, By Command Under the Former Patronage of HRH The Prince Consort. 1866 Part 2 July - December
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The Sporting Magazine. United with The Sportsman, Sporting Review & New Sporting Magazine, By Command Under the Former Patronage of HRH The Prince Consort. 1866 Part 2 July - December

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Rogerson & Tuxford, London, 1867. First Edition. Hardcover. Fair Condition/No Dust Jacket. Half leather with marbled covers and banded decorated spine. Bumped corners and wear at spine-ends and board edges. Joints ares broken, covers are also almost detached. Spine is hanging loose and only attached on back hinge. Internal binding is sound and pages are clean. Includes five plates; vignette title, vignette “Worm Tackles” on page 91, “By Habeas Corpus” facing page 143, “George Osbaldeston” facing page 170, “A Winged Bird” facing page 283 and “Habet!” facing page 363. No other plates are present. Contents Includes: July Way Bill; Salisbury Plain, Ascot Heath, Hampton Court, etc. Yachting and Yacht-Racing Tormentor by Castor A Summer Ramble by Wanderer Bygone Sports of London “Here’s Sport Indeed!” by Lord William Lennox Dapping for Trout The Turf Register August Sporting Adventures in India Reminiscences of a Cockney Roach Fishing Sport in Ceylon by Colonel W Turner Grouse Shooting and other Game on the Grampians Anecdotes of Monkeys Sales of Blood Stock September Late George Osbaldeston Devonia Performing Dogs The Foot of the Hill York Horse Show Sport in the North October Three Days at Doncaster Autumnal Sports Snipe Shooting in Bengal November Vienna Varieties Partridge Shooting Past and Present Rambles in Ireland A Day’s Shooting in Perthshire December Way Bill; Foot Racing at Brompton, Hastings Sale, The Flying Scud, Late Charles Davis The Boar of the Ardennes On the Marshes Sports for Christmastide How the Baron de Bonchose Passed the Season The Carse of Gowrie Meeting Index Turf Register 1866 Continental Racing in 1866 Index to Races and Steeple Chases in 1866 No dust jacket, as published. Bookplate for Junior Carlton Club on inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57019081113..

$44.23

Beaumont & Fletcher. The Best Plays of the Old Dramatists, Mermaid Series
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Beaumont & Fletcher. The Best Plays of the Old Dramatists, Mermaid Series

By Ed. J St Loe Strachey. John Fletcher; Francis Beaumont

1887. Unexpurgated Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Plays contained are: Shirley's Address; King and No King; Bonduca; The Spanish Curate; The Faithful Shepherdess; Valentian. Brown covers decorated in dark brown are clean and firm with lightly bumped corners and spine-ends, sound binding, frontis portrait with tissue protection leaf, clean unopened (uncut) pages. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05419081029..

$9.74

Famous Women of Britain
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Famous Women of Britain

By L du Garde Peach

Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons Ltd, London, 1938. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Evelyn Simpson. Short plays about: Mrs Siddons; Florence Nightingale; and Queen Victoria. Green covers with white lettering are lightly rubbed at spine-ends, sound binding, names in pencil on front end-paper, names in pencil against character list for Florence Nightingale play, pages are otherwise clean. Contains black and white illustrations. No dust-jacket. Illustrator: Evelyn Simpson. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05419031131..

$8.42

Sacred Dramas: Chiefly Intended for Young Persons. The Subjects Taken from the Bible' To which is added Sensibility: An Epistle
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Sacred Dramas: Chiefly Intended for Young Persons. The Subjects Taken from the Bible' To which is added Sensibility: An Epistle

By Hannah More

T Cadell and W Davies, London, 1815. Nineteenth Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Small volume in full leather with black leather spine-label and gilt decoration on the spine. Leather is well-rubbed and both joints are cracked the full length, covers are firmly attached by cords. Wear at both spine-ends. Sound internal binding. Gift note dated 1816 on front end-paper, previous owner's name at top of title-page. Pages are a little darkened but are otherwise clean. Frontis portrait of author and also a vignette of a staging and audience on the title-page. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 70119011065..

$35.28

The School For Scandal
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The School For Scandal

By Richard Brinsley Sheridan, illustrated by HughThomson

Hodder & Stoughton, London, New York, Toronto, 1911. Revised Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Illustrator: Hugh Thomson. Decorated cloth with gilt lettering on the spine and front, split on upper three-quarters of front joint and hinge, internal bounding is sound, clean pages and with clean bright tipped-in plates. Gift note dated 1915 on lightly foxed front end-paper. First Edition with these illustrations. No dust-jacket. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to British Library catalogue. Illustrator: Hugh Thomson. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05418121061.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$31.86

Seneca's Tragedies, with an English translation by Frank Justus Miller. In Two Volumes
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Seneca's Tragedies, with an English translation by Frank Justus Miller. In Two Volumes

By Seneca; translated by Frank Justus Miller

William Heinemann Ltd.; G P Putnam's Sons. Loeb Classical Library series, London; New York;, 1917. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Condition/Very Good. Vol I contains: Hercules Furens; Troades; Medea; Hippolytus; Oedipus. Vol II contains: Agamemnon; Thyestes; Hercules Oetaeus; Phoenissae; Octavia. Vol I - 1917 First edition. Library rebind. No dust-jacket. Red covers with red spine-label and gilt lettering. Remnants of library sticker on lower spine. Clean pages, sound binding. Library barcode on front end-paper and library stamps on half-title and reverse, and on title-page. No other markings. Vol II - 1968 reprint. Red dust-jacket with white and black lettering and simple decoration on front and spine. Dark red covers with gilt lettering. Sound binding. Clean pages. Library plate and barcode on front end-paper and library stamp on title-page and on reverse of title. No other markings. 2-volume set (complete). Text is in English & Latin. No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 04218101008..

$47.13

The First Folio of Shakespeare, the Norton Facsimile
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The First Folio of Shakespeare, the Norton Facsimile

By William Shakespeare, edited by Charles Hinman

Paul Hamlyn, London etc, 1968. Facsimile Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine Condition/Very Good. Firm green slipcase with light wear on the corners and lightly marked. Clean firm green covers with gilt lettering on the spine, lightly marked on the spine, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Packed weight approx. 6kg. First printing in this edition. Slip case as opposed to dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: over 4 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05418092040.. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations..

$171.40

Major Barbara
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Major Barbara

By Bernard Shaw

Penguin, MHarmonds, 1964. Reprint. Hardcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Penguin Plays 7. Darkened covers, sound binding, clean but tanned pages. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05418081067..

$6.32

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