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Naples '44

Naples '44

by Lewis, Norman

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Eland Books. London. 1983. 206pp + publishers ads. Map. Original covers, slightly sunned. Slightly bumped to corners.
Presentation copy. Inscribed by the author, to the title page, dated 1989.
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Narrative of a Journey, Associated with a Fly, from Gloucester to Aberystwith, and from...
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Narrative of a Journey, Associated with a Fly, from Gloucester to Aberystwith, and from Aberystwith through North Wales. Jul 31st to September 8th 1837.

by Turner, Thomas

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Printed for Private Distribution Only. London. 1840. Octavo. xii, (3), 222pp. Half-title, Title, Engraved frontis. portrait with coat of arms, 11 further engraved plates (D. Cox & W. Radclyffe), with tissue guards, errata slip. Later quarter calf, original boards, spine in six with gilt motifs, rules and lettering. Slightly toned with occasional spotting/foxing. Coombs Bookseller label to fep. Bookplate of W. H. Reece to fep. William Henry Reece, F.S.A. ( -1873) Lawyer, author and translator, of Plas Tudno and Warwickshire.
Thomas Turner (1782-1859) Banker, of Hillfield House, Gloucester.
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Narrative of the United States Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea. With a map from...
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Narrative of the United States Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea. With a map from accurate surveys. A new and condensed edition.

by Lynch, W. F.

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Richard Bentley. London. 1852. Octavo. xvi, 25-332pp. (Complete despite pagination) Folding map frontis. Musical notation of an Arab War Cry to p229. Original embossed decorative cloth, gilt to spine, sl. faded. Edges untrimmed. Sporadic foxing/spotting, particularly to title and map. Rough sketch on scrap paper of a house loosely inserted, with a rough unfinished sketch of another house to end pastedown. Faint pencil "Widdrington" signatures to ffep. with faint pencil shelfmark "D.west". Binder's label to end pastedown.
Provenance of interest: Armorial bookplate of S. F. Widdrington. From the library at Newton Hall.
Shallcross Fitzherbert [Jacson] Widdrington 1826-1917. A traveller, antiquarian and artist. "Dara el Abead. The Coptic Monastery" 1868 is one of his works. Succeeded to the Hauxley and Newton-on-the-Moor Estates on the death of his uncle in 1856, under whose will he assumed the name Widdrington. Shallcross significantly remodelled and enlarged Newton Hall in 1864.
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Narrative of a Ten Years Residence at Tripoli in Africa: from the original correspondence in the...
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First edition. Printed for Henry Colburn, British and Foreign Public Library, Conduit Street, Hanover Square. London. 1816. 4to. xiii, bl., (2), 370pp. Folding map, 5 hand coloured tissue guarded plates. Later half calf, spine in six compartments with raised banding, gilt lettering and motifs, marbled boards, new endpapers. Short detachment of tissue guard and title page to base. Very occasional spotting.
Richard Tully was the British Consul at Tripoli from 1783 to 1793, and, according to the preface, these letters were written by his sister; and attributed to his sister-in-law in the second and third editions. The author's identity has always been a mystery: there is no record of a sister, nor of another female family member residing in Tripoli apart from Mr Tully's wife and two daughters. The final entry is dated April 30, 1795, Gibraltar. It reads: "Since you must have had my letters with the journal of Tripoli". Louisa Maria Tully (daughter of Richard Tully) married Alexander Simpson on 19 March… Read more
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Natalie Maisie and Pavilastukay: Two tales in verse

by Masefield, John

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First edition. William Heinemann Ltd. London. 1942. Octavo. 56pp. Original blue cloth, faded and spotted, rubbed to extremities. Inscribed 'To Gilbert Murray from John Masefield. April 1942' to ffep.Two associated signed letters loosely inserted: One from Masefield to My dear Murray. Headed notepaper Burcote Brook Abingdon.The second, Headed notepaper Magdalen College Oxford, from George W. Baer to Mrs Gately, Christmas, 1957.Masefield, John Edward (1878–1967)
Murray, (George) Gilbert Aimé (1866–1957)Professor George W. Baer University of California, Peace Fellow at Stanford Hoover Institution. Author.


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The Natural History of Oxfordshire
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The Natural History of Oxfordshire

by Plot, Robert [R. P. LLD.]

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First edition. Printed at the Theater in Oxford, and are to be had there: And in London at Mr. S. Millers, at the Star near the West End of St. Pauls Church-yard. 1677. The price in sheets at the Press, nine shillings. To Subscribers, eight shillings. Folio. Imprim. April 13, 1676; Title, with engraved vignette; (7)pp Dedication, with engraved headpiece and historiated initial; 358pp; (1)errata; 10pp index. 15 engraved plates by Michael Burghers. Contemporary leather, worn, lacking spine strip. Boards still attached by threads. First gathering (Title and Dedication) disbound. N2 loose. Ffep and imprim crumpled at top inner corner. Some fraying to protruding edges. Discolouration to margins of title page and endpapers. Occasional marks and toning. Ink marks to upper margin of first page. Lacks the map and Tab. 3.
Signature of John Hobart to title page.
"Robert Plot's Natural History of Oxfordshire, first published in 1677, included the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone, [Plate 8] thought… Read more
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The Natural History of Staffordshire.
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The Natural History of Staffordshire.

by Plot, Robert

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First edition. Printed at the Theatre. Oxford. 1686. Tall quarto. Title; Imprim.; (2)pp; (2)pp; (4)pp; (2)pp; (1)pp; (3)pp; 450pp; index (10)pp; subscriber's list 2pp. Folding map, 37 plates, of which 25 are double. Lacking Plate XXVIIII. Includes the Armes Omitted plate which is often lacking.
Contemporary tooled calf. Relaid to spine, with short split to top. Spine in six compartments with gilt tooling and leather label. Gilt edge embellishment. Commensurate ageing, corners bumped and rubbed. Edges sprinkled. Endpapers renewed. Paper fault to margin of 159/60. Page 417 misnumbered 407. Occasional spotting or toning. A few short closed tears to folds. A nice example, with all the prelims and the subscriber's list. Bookplates to fep.
This work contains the earliest known recorded account of Freemasonry ritual on pages 316 to 318. Plot refers to the Masonic secrets, and mentions "The large parchment vellum they have amongst them, containing the History and Rules of the craft of masonry".
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Natural History for Children. II Birds
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Natural History for Children. II Birds

by Anon

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Natural History for Children: being a Familiar Account of the most remarkable quadrupeds, birds, insects, fishes and reptiles, trees and plants. With plates and numerous cuts. In five vols. Vol. II. BirdsFirst edition. Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-row, and N. Hailes, Piccadilly. 1819. 12mo. Half title, Engraved frontispiece by J. Shury. Title. (2), 151, (1 adverts) pp. Over 50 woodcuts. Full contemporary tree calf. Spine in six compartments divided by double gilt rules. Leather label, gilt lettering. All edges sprinkled red. Bettison's Cheltenham bookseller's plate to fep. Signed Ellen Mary and Sarah Maria Seton Karr to ffep. Short detachment of title and contents to upper edge. Offsetting from frontispiece to title. Upper joint cracking but firm. Rubbing and wear to extremities. Each volume complete in itself. Extremely rare. One copy recorded - in the British Library.John Shury Engraver and print maker (1788-)
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A Natural Body and a Spiritual Body. Some Worcestershire encounters with the Supernatural

A Natural Body and a Spiritual Body. Some Worcestershire encounters with the Supernatural

by Leatherbarrow, Joseph Stanley

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First edition. Printed privately for the author by S. H. Watkins and Sons. Great Malvern, Worcestershire. 1983. Large Octavo. 55pp. Original blue paper cover. Stapled binding. Small crease and marginal stain to lower corner of upper cover. A nice crisp copy.Rev. Joseph Stanley Leatherbarrow. (1908 - 1989) MA, PhD, FSA, FRHS. of the Rectory, Martley.A collection of twelve short stories by Leatherbarrow. From the introduction he writes, "I have sometimes been asked "Are they true"? I can only reply that they are partly autobiography, partly local history and partly sheer invention". A reprint was brought out by Ash Tree Press in 2007.Very scarce. One copy only held worldwide: in the British Library. This work is dedicated "For my friend Leslie Halliwell who combines an enthusiasm for the world of spirits with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the world of films. In turn, Leslie Halliwell was to dedicate "Seventeen Supernatural Stories" to Leatherbarrow the following year: 'These stories are dedicated… Read more
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The New State of England, Under our Sovereign, Queen Anne. In three parts. Containing I. An exact...
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Printed for H Mortlock, and J Robinson, in S. Paul's Church-yard. London. 1707. Octavo. (3), (1), (12), (3), 175, (bl.), 71, (bl.), 307, (12), (1) pp. Engraved frontis. Later full calf, spine in 6 compartments with raised bands, gilt rules and lettering. Blind rules to boards. Endpapers renewed. Edges sprinkled red. p.43-4 diagonally torn (possibly a paper fault) with loss. Lost text supplied in facsimile. Occasional very light spotting. Signature "H. Vernon '79" to title page. A crisp and attractive copy.
"Consciously modelled on Thomas Smith's De republica Anglorum 'improved and fitted to the present times', it described English society, topography, and government, and celebrated at length 'a free People … averse from Slavery' … John Chamberlayne, in issuing a new edition of his father Edward Chamberlayne's Angliae notitiae, or, The Present State of England of 1669, accused Miege of plagiarism and, as a foreigner, of presumption…Dismissing Chamberlayne's work as out of date, prone to error… Read more
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A New Voyage to the East-Indies
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A New Voyage to the East-Indies: Containing their Adventures in two Desart Islands, And an Account of the most Remarkable Things in Maurice Island, Batavia, at the Cape of Good Hope, The Island of St Helena, and other places on their Way to and from the Desart Isles. Adorn’d with Maps

by Leguat, Francis

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A New Voyage to the East - Indies by Francis Leguat and His Companions. Containing their Adventures in two Desart Islands, And an Account of the most Remarkable Things in Maurice Island, Batavia, at the Cape of Good Hope, The Island of St Helena, and other places on their Way to and from the Desart Isles. Adorn'd with Maps and Figures.First UK edition. Printed for R. Bonwicke, W. Freeman, Tim.Goodwin, J. Walthoe, M. Wotton, S. Manship, J. Nicholson, B. Tooke, R. Parker, and R. Smith. London. 1708. Title page in red and black, (4) Dedication, xv (preface), 248, (22) index, (2) publisher's catalogue. 32 engraved maps and plates, 16 folding. Recent full calf, spine in six compartments with raised bands, gilt rules, red leather label and gilt lettering. Renewed endpapers. Text toned, occasional spotting. Plates bright. Short repaired closed marginal tear to 147/8. Folding memorial to Isaac Boyer plate (p104) replaced with a replica on period paper. François Leguat (1637 / 1639-1735) French explorer and… Read more
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The Niger sources and the borders of the new Sierra Leone Protectorate
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The Niger sources and the borders of the new Sierra Leone Protectorate

by Trotter, Lieut.-Col. J. K., R.A.

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Methuen & Co. London. 1898. 8vo. (2), 238pp. Frontis., 3 further plates, folding map. Original cloth, gilt, v.sl.rubbed at head and foot of spine. Map slightly soiled at edge. Untrimmed edges. Bookplate and stamp to title page of Henry Von Wackerbarth, 9737 Longwood Boulevard, Chicago, identifying this as No 4792 of his extensive library.
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Nomads of Niger

Nomads of Niger

by Beckwith, Carol & Offelen, Marion Van

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First edition. Harry N. Abrams. New York. 1983. Large quarto. 224pp. Profusely illustrated with photographs. Original cloth in vg d/w.Carol Beckwith, the American photographer, and Marion van Offelen, the Belgian anthropologist, met in 1979 in Kenya. For the next two years they lived with the Wodaabe, learning their language and following their migrations, on foot and by camel, to record their nomadic tradition. This extraordinary book is the first to be published about the Wodaabe of sub-Saharan Africa.
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Northern Germany as far as the Bavarian and Austrian Frontiers. Handbook for travellers.
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Northern Germany as far as the Bavarian and Austrian Frontiers. Handbook for travellers.

by Baedeker, Karl

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Thirteenth revised edition. Karl Baedeker. Leipsic. Dulau and Co. London. 1900. 8vo. xxxiv, 430pp. Folding coloured map frontispiece, 33 further maps, some folding, and 65 plans. Original red cloth, slightly mottled to edges, in original brown dust wrapper, with paper label to spine. Chip to one corner and head of dustwrapper spine. Adverts to fep. Book plate (Noble) to free endpaper map. All edges marbled. Green bookmark. Some toning to free endpapers. Last map sits a little proud, and edge is creased. A crisp copy. Scarce in dust wrapper.
Hinrichsen E27
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Norway, Sweden and Denmark, with excursions to Iceland and Spitzbergen. Handbook for travellers

Norway, Sweden and Denmark, with excursions to Iceland and Spitzbergen. Handbook for travellers: With 62 maps, 42 plans and ground plans, and three panoramas.

by Baedeker, Karl

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Tenth edition, revised and augmented. Karl Baedeker. Leipzig. T. Fisher Unwin. London. Charles Scribner's Sons. New York. 1912. Octavo. lx, 478pp. All maps and plans as published. Original red cloth, gilt lettering to spine and upper board. All edges marbled. Double bookmarks. A little wear to head and small tear to tail of spine, and rubbing to corners. First four pages with tiny dogears. No misfolding or tears. Lacks the grammar booklet which was designed for removal. Flyer for Sifton, Pread & Co. The Map House, printed in red, tipped in to ffep.Hinrichsen E233a
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Nursery Rhymes.
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Nursery Rhymes.

by Sackville-West, V

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Limited Edition: Number 527 of 550. Royal 8vo. 66, (blank), (1)pp. On hand-made laid paper, with title and first page of text in pink and black; decorative cloth gilt, gilt back, gilt inner dentelles. Untrimmed edges, a lovely copy in unclipped protected dustwrapper lightly sunned to spine, with minor spotting.
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Nyasaland under the Foreign Office.

Nyasaland under the Foreign Office.

by Duff, H. L.

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Second edition with a new introduction and material changes. George Bell and Sons. London. 1906. 8vo. xxxii, 422pp. Photo frontis., 16 further plates, folding coloured map. Original pictorial cloth. Gilt lettering to spine, a little faded. Slight wear to top and tail of spine. Bookseller's plate "Chas E Lauriat Co, Boston" to lower edge of ffep. Endpapers lightly toned, otherwise a bright crisp copy. The new introduction comprehensively addresses the material changes in Nyasaland since the original publication of this book in 1903, and clarifies some areas which "were somewhat misunderstood".
"The book has much to say of wars, chiefs, customs. We commend the chapter on "Big Game" specially. "Nyasa affords probably the finest sport obtainable in Africa today" The Spectator 27 April 1907.
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A naturalists wanderings in the Eastern Archipelago. A narrative of travel and exploration from 1878 to 1883

by Forbes, Henry O

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Harper & Brothers. New York. 1885. 8vo. xix, (1), 536, 4pp adverts. Coloured frontispiece of Mrs Forbes Honey Eater with tissue guard, 14 plates, numerous text illustrations including 1 map, 3 coloured folding maps, I coloured map, 1 monochrome map. Original pictorial cloth, gilt and black, slight wear to head of spine. Uniformly toned, a tight crisp copy. Orientalia booksellers plate, New York to rep. A nice copy.
Henry O Forbes (1851-1932) Scottish explorer, zoologist and botanist. Travels and observations in The Cocos-Keeling Islands, Java, Sumatra, Moluccas and Timor-Laut, Buru, Timor etc
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