BOMB ALLEY - FALKLAND ISLANDS 1982 Aboard HMS Antrim at War
Pen & Sword , 2007 First Edition. Later reprint. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Later reprint. Size: 9" x 6" approx. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 750 grams. Category: Military & Warfare; ISBN: 1844156249. ISBN/EAN: 9781844156245. Inventory No: 0037007. (Book ref. 0037007) £6.00
Townlands, People and Traditions East Antrim and the Glens.
Ballymena: Felix McKillop, 2006. 301pp. 29.5 x 21 cm. Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w. Maps. Pictorial card covers, in very good condition. Autographed by the author. The fourth in a series of books by this author looking at the history of the townlands and the families who lived there, as well as the traditions and customs of the area. A useful genealogical resource. Townlands covered are Glenarm, Cairncastle and Ballygally, Skeagh and Capanagh, Mullaghsandel, Loughdoo and Ballytober, Dunteige and Linford, Deerpark farms, Gowkstown, Dunagarran, Mulaghconnolly, Libbert and Dickeystown, Aughaboy, Cariff and Owencloughy, Drumcrow, Carnalbanagh and Munie, Longfield, Old Church, Glebe, Glore, Carnave, Tully, and Belair. (Book ref. 13406) £45.00
Bushmills Conservation Area
Dept. of the Environment (NI) 1992 SB. Landscape format. New. 44 pages. A booklet produced by the DoE (NI) about the Bushmills Conservation Area which includes the general background to conservation, the historical development of the townscape and buildings and design guidelines. Beautifully illustrated with some of Sam McLarnon's lovely watercolours as well as other photographs, drawings, maps and reproductions of old postcards. (Book ref. 2724) £7.00
Early Victorian Larne
Ballymena Braid Books 1991 PB. VG. 136 pages. Signed by Hilbert McIlrath on title page. Very minor corner/edge wear on covers. Small corner crease at top right front cover. Very clean and tight inside. This book contains chapters on Communications, Famine, Poverty and Charity, The Workhouse, The Economy, The Churches, Education, Government, Living in Larne and Reiteration. (Book ref. 2717) £22.00
Traveller in the Glens
Belfast: The Appletree Press, 1979. First Edition. 0904651592 A very good copy in a very good dustwrapper. 156 pages. Illustrated. Descibed as "a gathering-in of historical curiosities, tales, customs and ballads" from the Glens of Antrim, Northern Iralnd. (Book ref. 12146) £8.00
Churches of the Diocese of Connor An Illustrated History.
Belfast: Ernest V. Scott, 1993 viii+144 pp. 21 x 15 cm. Each church is illustrated with a photograph and a descriptive/historical text. A very useful introduction. Card covers, in very good condition. A very scarce item. (Book ref. 13358) £32.00
A Vintage Port Larne and its People.
Antrim: Greystone Press, 2000. 197 pp. 27.5 x 20.5 cm. Profusely illustrated, in colour and b&w. Hardback, in a very good dustwrapper. Previous owner's label on ffep, otherwise a very fresh copy. (Book ref. 13367) £30.00
The Glynns Journal of The Glens of Antrim Historical Society Vol 20 1992.
Cushendall: Glens of Antrim Historical Society 1997 72 pp, illustrated stiff paper covers, in very good condition Articles include, Olden days in Cushendall and the Glens, Lurigethan Fort, The case of the Cushendall Schoolmaster, Placenames of the parish of Billy, Home and Colonial and others. (Book ref. 13356) £6.00
The Hereditary Sheriffs of Galloway Their "Forebears" and Friends Their Courts and Customs of Their Times with Notes of the Early History, Ecclesiastical Legends, the Baronage and Place-Names Of the Province 2 Volumes
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1893. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall colour & other illustrations,appendices ,index,pages xvii 474 ; x 477 in original green 1\2 leather raised bands gilt spine cover with fade & little scuffs (Book ref. 14887) £200.00
The Fishermen of Dunseverick
Ballycastle Impact Printing 2008 SB. Fine. Appears little, if any, used. Illustrated. 214 pages. (Book ref. 2698) £22.00
On the Shining Bann: Records of an Ulster Manor
Ballymena Moyola Books 1991 SB. VG. 213 pages. Some corner/edge wear/scuffing on covers. Spine very lightly faded (ie a slightly different colour of green than the covers). Very clean and tight inside giving the impression that it hasn't been used a lot. Inspired by a love of the Bann Valley, this book set out to attract visitors from all over the world to that beautiful part of Ulster. (Book ref. 2679) £30.00
FORTIETH REPORT of the GENERAL PRISONS BOARD, IRELAND, 1917-1918. With an APPENDIX
Dublin: HMSO, 1918. 24pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cmd.42. A clean copy. (Book ref. 158057) £12.00
Two Hundred Years of Presbyterianism in Killymurris
Killymurris (Ballymena) The Committee of Killymurris Presbyterian Church 1997 SB. VG. 194 pages. This book has been subject to a little spillage as the light stain on the inside cover will testify. This means that the pages are wrinkled. There is some minor edge/corner wear on the covers. However, the inside is clean and very tight giving the impression that the book was little, if any, used. Small gift inscription on title page. (Book ref. 2666) £7.50
Portcaman - No. 2 (1994)
Bushmills 1994 PB. VG. Appears little used. Very minor corner/edge wear on covers. Very clean and tight inside. (Book ref. 2655) £4.00
Derry and Antrim Year Book 1987
Coleraine: Coleraine Printing Co., 1987. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall B00116R7RG (Book ref. 030056) £20.00
The Road to the Glens.
Belfast: Friars Bush Press, 1990. 91 pp. 18 x 21.5 cm. softcovers. Historic photographs from the W.A. Green collection in the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum of the Antrim Coast and Glens. In very condition. (Book ref. 13088) £8.00
Kellswater Reformed Presbyterian Church Co. Antrim A Short History of the Covenanting Meeting House at the Back of the Water.
Kellswater Congregational Committee 1989. Edited by Eull Dunlop. 68pp. illustrated, map, pictorial card covers, in very good condition. The author was an RUC Superintentant murdered by the IRA in 1989, leaving this history to be edited as a memorial to him. (Book ref. 13216) £18.00
Buildings of County Antrim
ULSTER ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE SOCIETY, 1996. Illustrated by Photos. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 0900457473 306 PAGES INCLUDING AN INDEX. a selection of some of the most important architecturally interesting buildings in co Antrim excluding belfast. Castles Churhes, Small and Large buildings and the people who lived in them. A lovely mixture of architecture archaeology, local history folklore. an intrigueing book of the highest scholarly acumen and most entertaining. A Large heavy book, please contact me for postage rate at cost or I will not sell abroad (Book ref. 009733) £29.95
Songs of the Glens of Antrim.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1912 8vo Cloth gt. t.e.g; 15th Impr. x, 61 pp. Bookplate; inscrip. f.e.p; browning. [Two poems in typescript affixed to final blanks]. (Book ref. 20317) £6.00
Collected Poems. Songs of the Glens of Antrim.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons., 1939 Sm. 8vo Cloth Bevelled edges; 3rd Impr. Covers sl. dusty; Bookplate (Book ref. 7998) £8.00