A Dissertation on Revealed Religion. 1st Ed. [vi] + 251pp. Ex. -Univ. College of North Wales with bookplate, marking to verso of t.p., hinges cracked, original cloth, spine faded and chipped and with faint remains of accession no. to spine. Thomas Whittaker (1856–1935) English metaphysician and critic.
A Poem. With Notes, Selected From Grey and Other Authors; To Which is Prefixed, A Life of the Author, and a Preliminary Discourse on the Civil War, &c. New Ed. 2 vols. lxxiv + 444pp. + 494pp. 12 hand cold. aquatint plates. Ex. -libris James Elvin, pp.291-2 torn with sl. loss, very light browning, half roan with cloth boards, gilt ruled spines with gilt motifs, sl. rubbed, joints sl. cracked to heads and tails.
Publisher: London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green
Date published: 1825
Description: Comprising a Commentary on and Comparative Investigation of the Agricultural Chemistry of Mr. Kirwan and Sir Humphry Davy; the Code of Agriculture of Sir John Sinclair, Sir Joseph Banks and other Authors on the subject. 1st Ed. [xii] + 220pp. T.p. lightly browned, some occasional very sl. spotting, some marginal pencil ruling, new e. ps., rebound in cloth backed boards with gilt title to spine. Perkins 768. Read More
Publisher: York...Wm. Alexander
Date published: 1816
Description: Designed to Develope The Origin of the Singular People, and to Promote The Amelioration of their Condition. 1st Ed. 265pp. + [ii]. publ. adverts. Light foxing, original paper backed boards, some wear to edges, joints cracked, lacking much of backstrip. John Hoyland (1750-1831) writer on the Gipsies. ODNB '...in the counties of Northampton, Bedford, and Hertford that he ‘frequently had opportunity of observing the very destitute and abject condition of the Gipsy race' whom he began to study in ... Read More
Description: Facsimile reprint of 1664 1st Ed. xii + 88pp. Ex-libris G.E. Aylmer, numerous pencil annotations, some light browning, lightly soiled original wrapps. chipped with several tears to sl. creased spine, rubbed to upper corner of upper wrap to remove ownership name. Considered to be a direct repudiation of the arguments of Gerard de Malynes, for the first time a clear statement of the theory of the balance of trade. Read More
Publisher: Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe.
Date published: 1808
Description: Containing the Completest Instructions for Walking, Trotting, Cantering, Galloping, Stumbling and Tumbling. The Annals of Horsemanship: Containing Accounts of Accidental Experiments and Experimental Accidents, Both Successful and Unsuccessful; Communicated by various Correspondents to the Author Geoffrey Gambado. 2 vols. in 1. as issued. 12mo. Half title present. xvi + 28pp. + xvi + 69pp. + [iii]. Port. frontiss., 27 plates. Lacking pp.39-40 49-50 of second work, some browning, sm. booksellers ... Read More
Publisher: Chapman & Hall
Date published: 1912
Description: 1st Ed. Sm. 8vo. x + 46pp. Presentation blind stamp to t.p., e. ps. sl. browned, original cloth with gilt dec. to upper board and spine, some minor soiling, sm. occasional marks, sl. bumped to lower edge, t.e.g. Author's First Book. Read More
Publisher: Adam & Charles Black
Date published: 1894
Description: 1st Ed. Sm. 8vo. xvi + 355pp + [iv]. Ex-libris R.H. Radford, margins lightly browned, hinges tender, sl. rubbed original cloth darkened and sl. creased to chipped spine, some light fading and soiling to edges. ‘...full and true account of the first forty years' existence of the Inland Posts in Britain...' Read More
Publisher: Privately Printed by R. Clay, Sons & Taylor
Date published: 1885
Description: 1st Ed. Sm. 8vo. viii + 104pp + 16pp. Several ills. Light sporadic spotting and browning, dec. e. ps., original japoned boards with worn morocco title label with gilt lettering to spine, browned & soiled with occasional marks, some repaired splits to joints, t.e.g. Customs administration. Read More