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Kemp, Arnold; Reid, Harry (eds) The Glasgow Herald Book of Scotland
Mainstream Publishing, 1990 First Edition. Previous Owner's Name. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Size: 12" x 9" Approx. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1.25 kilos. Category: History; Previous Owner's Name. ISBN: 1851583521. Inventory No: 0031490. (Book ref. 0031490) £5.25
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Jeffrey, Robert; Watson, Ian Images of Glasgow : A Pictorial History of Clydeside's People and Places
Breedon Books, 1995 First Edition. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Size: 12" x 9" Approx. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1.25 kilos. Category: History; ISBN: 1859830145. Inventory No: 0031489. (Book ref. 0031489) £14.00
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Pearson, The Rev. John Norman: The Whole Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, Robert Leighton, D.D. Archbishop of Glasgow. To which is prefixed a life of the Author.
London: Henry G. Bohn, 1859. Vol II only, of two vols. vi+673 pp. In a contemporary polished calf binding, six panelled spine with raised bands, decorative gilt panels , gilt lining, both original spine labels, blindstamped lining to board margins, marbled endpapers and foreedges. In very tight bright clean condition. Contents include Meditations critical and practical on psalm iv, xxxii, cxxx. a fragment on psalm viii, Expository lectures on psalm xxxix, Isaiah vi, Rom. xii, Lectures on the first nine chapters of St Matthew's gospel, 33 sermons, Expositions, Theological lectures, and Exhortations. Leighton, 1611-1684, was a noted Scottish prelate and scholar. He was Bishop of Dunblane, Archbishop of Glasgow, and Principal of Edinburgh University. He was noted for Christian piety, humility, gentleness and devotion to his calling. He was referred to as "Scotland's Apostle of Peace". His library and papers form the Leighton Library at Dunblane. (Book ref. 13429) £55.00
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Black, C.Stewart: PETER MEIKLEJOHN - A TALE OF OLD GLASGOW
(Werner Laurie 1925) 8vo Brown cloth witrh black decoration. Good (Book ref. 4140) £8.50
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Chisnall, E: BELL IN THE TREE - THE GLASGOW STORY
(Mainstream 1989) 4to pbk. A little dog-eared o/w G+ Small tear at top of rear cover. (Book ref. 784) £5.00
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WALKER F A ,SINCLAIR F North Clyde Estuary an Illustrated Architectural Guide
Edinburgh: Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland, 1992. First Edition. Decorated Paper. Very Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 1873190077 maps,illustrated,index,pages 175 in original paper covers (Book ref. 14929) £15.00
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The Camera Series Album of Glasgow Views
Liverpool: Brown & Rawcliffe. Illustrated by G W Wilson. Dec Boards. Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall (circa 1890) pages 18 Black & White photographs in concertina embossed decorated card cover landscape, top board marked (Book ref. 14928) £10.00
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Harvey, W J & Telford, P J The Clyde Shipping Company Glasgow 1815-2000
World Ship Society, 2002. First Edition. Hard Cover. New. 0954252705 208pp, large A4 format, colour and black & white illus, photos, superb shipping company history, new condition (Book ref. AB006872) £44.00
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Cumming, Bill Gone....A Chronicle of the Seafarers& Fabulous Clipper Ships of R&J Craig of Glasgow: Craig's Counties
Brown, Son & Ferguson, 2009. First Edition. Hard Cover. New. 9781849270137 359pp, illus, photos, in 1875 Robert & John Craig launched a novel 4-masted, square-rigged ship - County of Peebles. This revolutionary all-iron "Clipper" proved to be an astounding success. The firm became known as the Scottish East India Line. The fate of each of Craig's once glorious 4-masters has been re-discovered and graphically described. New condition (Book ref. AB006870) £57.50
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Oliver G D In Peace and War The Story of HMS Glasgow 1937-1958
G D Oliver, 2001. First Edition. Original Card. VG+. 0954078209 Very well researched history of the Southampton Class Cruiser, 337pp, technical data, well illus, photos of the ship on the covers, the Coventry saw much action in WWII and it is all expertly described by the author. Inscription from Don (author) to Dave otherwise as new condition. Very hard to find. (Book ref. AB004777) £44.00
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Johnstone Air Vice-Marshall Sandy Where No Angels Dwell
Cedric Chivers Ltd, 1974. Hard Cover. As New/As New. 0859970086 224pp. index, photos, Johnstone led 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron in the Battle of Britain and served in Malta. Book and jacket are as new (Book ref. 004432) £4.50
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Johnston R T, Steward D N, Dunlop A I Campaign in Europe 1944-1945, 10th Battalion Highland Light Infantry
. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 10th Battalion The Highland Light Infantry (City of Glasgow Regiment WWII regimental history, 78 pgs, black/white photos, 12 maps incl fold-out maps in end pocket. Very good condition (Book ref. 003086) £69.00
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Chalmers Thomas History of the 16th Battalion The Highland Light Infantry
John M'Callum & Co, 1930. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. A history of the 16th Battalion, uncommon 1st world war regimental, 174 pgs, appendix, illus, light foxing to page edges, minor shelf wear to board edges (This is NOT the recent paperback reprint) (Book ref. 003044) £27.00
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Crawford Andrew The Vales of Glasgow, 1895-1955
Vales of Glasgow, 1955. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. The history of Vales shipping company, 77 pgs, illus, spine faded, otherwise VG (Book ref. 002474) £32.50
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Members of the Regiment A History of 80th (Lowland - City of Glasgow) Field Regiment R.A., T.A., the Period 1939-1945
Privately Printed, 1948. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 206 pgs, fold-out maps and plans, privately printed, limited edition - this is number 222 of 420 printed. slight fading of spine otherwise very good (Book ref. 001609) £48.00
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HMS Glasgow Gulf Deployment 93/94
. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 88pp, index, illus, maps, photos, covers the commission from November 1st 1993 to March 22, 1994. In original blue cloth covered boards and VG+ (Book ref. 001473) £21.00
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Telford O J Donaldson Line of Glasgow A Scottish Shipping Company History and Fleet List 1854-1967
World Ship Society, 1989. First Edition. Original Card. As New. 128pp, illus, famous Scottish shipping company, history and fleet list 1854 - 1967. The book is in superb, NEW Condition (Book ref. AB000783) £9.00
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The Glasgow Academy Roll of Service 1939 - 45
Glasgow: Blackie & Son Ltd, 1951. First Edition. Hard Cover. /No Jacket. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Military, 138pp, shield and motto to front board. VG Commemorates the service of 1646 Academicals in WW2. (Book ref. 000208) £24.50
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The High School of Glasgow, The Book of Service and Remembrance 1939-45
Glasgow: Aird & Coghill Ltd, 1948. First Edition. Hard Cover. /No Jacket. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Military, 1939-45, 116 pp, spine faded. Covers all those from the school that served in WW2. VG (Book ref. 000205) £14.50
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Craig, Maggie The Stationmaster's Daughter
London: Headline, 2000 First edition. Blue cloth, gilt titling Pagination: [vi], 311. Although she's grown up in a district of tenements and poverty, Carrie Burgess has led a charmed life. Her father's the stationmaster at Partick, a job with a house and garden attached. Carrie's only real problem is her mother's determination to nip in the bud her romance with Ewen Livingstone. Mrs Burgess thinks her daughter could do better than an uneducated railway labourer; Matt Campbell, a clerk, seems to her a much more attractive prospect.<P>When Carrie's father dies suddenly, the women are forced to move to a tiny flat, and money is tight. Worried about her mother, who has taken ill, Carrie allows her head to rule her heart and, turning down Ewen's proposal, she marries Matt. It's the worst mistake of her life, for his devoted front conceals a man of violence, and there's a dark secret within his family.<P>Carrie's made of stern stuff, though, and she's helped by the friendship of two women on her stair. Fate takes a hand and as the war drags on Carrie's free to take a job back at the station she knows so well, leaving her children in one of the newly established creches. But her heart still belongs to Ewen Livingstone. And as the men come home in 1945, it looks like Carrie might have left it too late to win him back.. Book: SIGNED and INSCRIBED by author to her sister, extremities a little bumped, spine sl cocked, VG, Jacket: unclipped, a little bumping to extremities, VG (Book ref. 3158) £14.00
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