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Colonel H C Wylly [editor]: 1912 Regimental Annual of The Sherwood Foresters; Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment.
London: George Allen & Company, 1912. Hardback. 8vo, viii, 226pp. Frontispiece, plates. Original burgundy cloth spine, green cloth boards, gilt titling to the spine, gilt design to the front board. Binding waterstained, edges of boards scuffed, ownership inscription to the front free endpaper, endpapers browned, contents very good. Overall, this copy is in fair to good condition. (Book ref. 25715) £20.00
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Briscoe, John Potter: Stories about the Midlands, being a collection of anecdotes relating to Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Leicestershire.
London: Hamilton, Adams & Co, 1883. First edition. 12mo, [viii], 131pp, adverts. Original grey-yellow paper-covered boards. Backstrip missing, boards rubbedminor spotting of page edges. Overall a fair copy. (Book ref. 8388) £15.00
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[-]: The book of Nottingham {presented to the delegates of the annual conference of the national association of Head Teachers].
London: Elkin Mathews and Marrot, 1938. First edition. 8vo, x, 178pp. 20 plates. Original green cloth gilt, dustwrapper. Fore-edge foxed, else a bright, very good copy in a good plus dustwrapper (rubbed, top edge creased). (Book ref. 4978) £25.00
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[-]: Records of the Borough of Nottingham, being a series of extracts from the Archives of the Corporation of Nottingham, volume VII, 1760-1800.
Nottingham: Thos Forman and sons, 1947. First edition, volume 7 only (hardback). 8vo, xv, 534pp. Frontispiece, folding plan of licenced premises. Original brown cloth, gilt titling to the spine. Binding lightly rubbed, else this copy is in very good condition. (Book ref. 24316) £15.00
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[-]: Records of the Borough of Nottingham, being a series of extracts from the Archives of the Corporation of Nottingham, volume VI, 1702-1760.
Nottingham: Thos Forman and sons, 1914. First edition, volume 6 only (hardback). 8vo, xii, 390pp. Folding plan (Badder and Peat's plan of Nottingham). Original burgundy morocco spine, blue cloth boards, gilt titling tot the spine. Some scuffing to the head and foot of the spine, else this copy is in very good condition. (Book ref. 24315) £15.00
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[-]: Records of the Borough of Nottingham, being a series of extracts from the Archives of the Corporation of Nottingham, volume V, King Charles I to King William III, 1625-1702.
London: Bernard Quaritch, 1900. First edition, volume 5 only (hardback). 8vo, xxv, 492pp. Two folding plates. Original burgundy morocco spine, blue cloth boards, gilt titling tot the spine. Some scuffing to the head and foot of the spine, else this copy is in very good condition. (Book ref. 24314) £15.00
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[-]: Records of the Borough of Nottingham, being a series of extracts from the Archives of the Corporation of Nottingham, volume IX, 1836-1900.
Nottingham: Thos Forman and sons, 1956. First edition, volume 9 only (hardback). 8vo, xix, 462pp. Folding plan of Nottingham (originally published by Fred Jackson in 1861). Original brown cloth, dustwrapper. The book and the dustwrapper are in excellent condition. (Book ref. 24317) £15.00
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[-]: Records of the Borough of Nottingham, being a series of extracts from the Archives of the Corporation of Nottingham, volume III, King Henry VII to King Henry VIII, 1485-1547.
London: Bernard Quaritch, 1885. First edition, volume 3 only (hardback). 8vo, xix, 538pp. Two folding plates. Rebound in half red morocco, red cloth boards, gilt titling to the spine. This copy was formerly in a reference library, with occasional stamps, and the spine is rubbed, but the book is nonetheless in good to very good condition overall. (Book ref. 24311) £15.00
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SHILTON,PETER: PETER SHILTON:The Autobiography.[Author SIGNED copy.]
LONDON.ORION,2004.. UK,8vo HB+ dw/dj,SIGNED,1st edn.. Hardback.. NFINE./FINE.. 8vo. 075286145X. Author Signed,and dedicated. Autobiography. UK, 8vo HB+ dw/dj, SIGNED, 1st edn.NFINE/FINE.No owner inscrptn, but author's black ink signature+dedication:"To John" Best Wishes! Peter Shilton. to title-page;no price-clip to dw/dj. Bright, crisp, clean, colour sporting photographic front+rear wraps illustrated dw/dj, with negligible shelf-wear and creasing to edges and corners - a tiny, tiny nick to upper bd's top right-hand corner - no other nicks present.Top+fore-edges bright and clean, contents bright,tight and pristine. Unblemished, publisher's original, plain royal blue cloth bds with bright, crisp, copper/bronze(?) gilt letters to spine/backstrip and immaculate, plain dark green eps.8vo, 2-312pp [paginated] includes 14 chapters, 32pp of colour+b/w contemporary photographs in 2 blocks of 16pp apiece, between pp88/9 and pp 216/7 respectively; career records (6pp + 1pp miscellaneous stats). an index, plus [unpaginated] half-title, SIGNED+dedicated title-page, contents+acknowledgements pages and dedication. A greengrocer's son from Leicester, who became arguably the greatest goalkeeper in the world, Peter Shilton spent many a long evening kicking a ball against his dad's shop wall and diving for the rebound.Within a few years Arsenal and Manchester United were seeking his signature.He opted for his home-town club, and in June 1965 put pen to paper and signed up for what still stands as one of the longest careers in football: thirty-two years in the professional game, much of it at the very top. Peter Shilton is a football legend.Today he remains a household name: his unsurpassed number of senior appearances (1400) and record 125 caps for England are likely to remain unbroken.His 25 clean sheets in one season at Nottingham Forest, and 67 throughout an England career that spanned from the seventies until the nineties are landmarks in the modern game.He began his career when Stanley Matthews was playing football and ended in the era of David Beckham. In 'Peter Shilton:The Autobiography' Peter relives his itinerant childhood in Leicester and his time at the pinnacle of the game.His autobiography tells not only the story of his life and career in football, but also delves into the history and characters of the game, the unguarded asides, humour, friendship and golden moments; quintessentially what makes football the greatest game on earth. He speaks frankly about the gambling and financial problems that engulfed him in the nineties and how - when faced with near bankruptcy - he fought back from the brink of financial ruin.His story is a compelling and hugely entertaining portrait of a man who is loved and respected throughout the football world.It is a ticket to a game that was not subject to manic hyperbole - a time when football was fun. Peter Shilton started out with Leicester City at 15, moved on to Stoke City, then won two European Cups, a League Championship medal and a PFA Player of the Year Award with Nottingham Forest.He also played for Southampton and Derby County before managing Plymouth Argyle.He completed his career-record of 1,005 League appearances at Bolton Wanderers and Leyton Orient. Please contact rpaxtonden@blueyonder.co.uk, because of the weight and value of this item, for correct,insured shipping/P+p quotes - particularly ALL overseas buyers - BEFORE ordering through the order page! (Book ref. rja34939) £28.00
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PETERS,CAROLE: HAROLD SHIPMAN:MIND SET ON MURDER - Why Shipman Killed and Killed Again:THE TRUE STORY.
LONDON.SEVENOAKS,2005.. UK,8vo HB+dw/dj,1st edn.. Hardback.. FINE./NFINE.. 8vo. 1862002231. UK, 8vo HB+dw/dj, 1st edn.FINE/NFINE.No owner inscrptn, no price-clip to dw/dj - no publisher's price present there fore assumed an export edn, which generally precedes the UK trade edition.Crisp, bright, clean, glossy laminated two-tone subject portrait illustrated dw/dj with negligible shelf-wear and creasing to edges; a small closed tear to foot of rear folded edge of dw/dj.Top+fore-edges bright and clean; contents bright, tight and near pristine.Dw/dj design repeated to crisp, clean, glossy laminated bds with immaculate, plain white eps.8vo, iv-vii+1-248pp [paginated] includes title-page, contents list. foreword, 13 chapters, 8pp bw/+colour contemporary photographs between pp120/21, appendix, timeline, sources and an index. In 1998 the graveyards in the market town of Hyde has some unusual early-morning visitors.Greater Manchester Police were exhuming the bodies of the elderly patients of a local doctor. If that wasn't shocking enough for the close-knit community, the doctor concerned had been their GP for 21 years and had earned himself something of a reputation as the best doctor in the area. But Dr Harold Frederick Shipman was also a serial killer.Within a year he would be on trial for the murder of 15 of his elderly female patients; he would be convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. Yet that was just the start of the story. A Public Enquiry has spent nearly four years investigating Dr Shipman's crimes.It has traced them back more than 30 years and calculated the number of murders he committed to be in the region of 260. From his tragic childhood in Nottingham, through medical training and a shotgun wedding, this book looks at the early influences on Shipman's life and attempts to identify the signs of things to come: his suspicious behaviour while a house doctor in Pontefract; his first killings as a GP in Todmorden and the escalating murders carried out in Hyde. As the director of ITV1's To Kill and Kill Again - Dr Shipman, the author was given complete access to the Public Enquiry's database.She has also interviewed those close to Shipman and his victims; she has studied full transcripts of police video and audio tapes, which reveal the doctor's arrogance during police interviews, and exclusively obtained prison letters provide a unique insight into his mind. And with the help of criminal psychologists and detectives involved in the case, this book tells the chilling story of Britain's most prolofic serial killer, while also examining the clues that provide the answer to the question why? Why he chose to kill and kill again. (Book ref. rja24857) £14.00
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MURPHY,PATRICK: HIS WAY:THE BRIAN CLOUGH STORY.
LONDON.ROBSON BOOKS,1993.. UK,8vo HB+dw/dj,1st edn.. Hardback.. FINE./NFINE.. 8vo. 0860518892. UK, 8vo HB+dw/dj, 1st edn.FINE/NFINE.No owner inscrptn, but price-clipped dw/dj.Glossy, subject, colour photographic portrait illustrated upper wrap; contemporaries complimentary remarks to rear wrap, with negligible shelf-wear and minimal creasing to edges - no nicks or tears present - no bumped corners.Top+fore-edges bright and clean, contents bright, tight and clean also.Bright, clean, red paper-covered bds with bright, stamped gilt letters to spine/backstrip and immaculate, plain white eps. 8vo, v-viii+1-239pp (paginated) includes half-title+title pages, contents list, 16 chapters, 12pp b/w contemporary photographs between pp88/9, pp152/53 and pp184/85 respectively, appendices (6), an index and 9pp blanks to rear. Brian Clough's footballing fame rests on two secure foundations: his achievements as a manager and his force of personality.He has been the most charismatic character in the English game for the last quarter century.In turn infuriating, delighting and illuminating the public and officialdom with that distinctive nasal Yorkshire tone, he has been impossible to ignore as he titled at countless windmills with a bravado that stemmed from a deep-rooted sense of his own worth.BBC Radio reporter Patrick Murphy has observed Clough's unique managerial style at close quarters over the years.One of the few journalists to enjoy a consistent working relationship with Clough, Murphy draws on his own personal memories and those of Clough's players to present an incisive portrait of 'the great enigma'. His frustration at an early end to a brilliant playing career, his unique partnership with Peter Taylor, the failure to land the England manager's job, the fruitless quest for the FA Cup, the quirky methods used to motivate his players, the matchless way in which he manipulated the media - all this is captured in Murphy's penetrating book, which also traces the roots of Clough's sudden decision to retire, an announcement that shook the football world.His Way is a fascinating study of the last of soccer's autocrats, one of the game's greatest managers, but also a famous Englishman who transcended the narrow confines of professional sport. (Book ref. rja22816) £12.50
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HENNESSY,JOHN (with Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean): TORVILL & DEAN.
UK.NEWTON ABBOT,DEVON.DAVID & CHARLES,1983.. UK,8vo HB+dw/dj,1st edn.. Hardback.. FINE./NFINE.. 8vo. 0715384767. UK, 8vo HB+dw/dj, 1st edn.FINE/NFINE.No owner inscrptn, no price-clip to dw/dj.Glossy, laminated, subject colour sports photographic dw/dj with negligible shelf-wear and minimal creasing to edges, corners and spine/backstrip.Minisculely bumped to both head+foot of spine/backstrip with reciprocal creasing - no nicks or tears present.Top, rear corner minisculely rubbed.Top+fore-edges clean, contents bright, tight and clean.Clean, black paper-covered bds with bright, stamped gilt letters to spine/backstrip and immaculate, plain white eps.8vo, 9-208pp (paginated) includes half-title pages, b/w sports photographic frntis (recto of half-title page), contents list, 12 chapters, appendices (2), profuse b/w contemporary photographs, 8pp contemporary colour photographs, and an index.See also rja2215/6 [SIGNED copy] and rja2209/6 and rja2210/6 for subject-related titles. Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have carved a special niche for themselves in the British public's esteem.They have brought the Olympic sport of ice dance to a pitch whereby the whole world's attention is focused on their progress.Their appeal is on so many levels - athletic, balletic, gymnastic, melodic, romantic and, not least,patriotic.Their image is as clean-cut as the intricate patterns they trace on the ice.Their advance has been meteoric.They won their first world championship in 1981, jumping from fourth place with a programme that dazzled at the time but which they have themselves, with astonishing vision and dedication, already made to look positively old-fashioned.Innovators in almost everything they do, they set a new standard with their impression of Mack and Mabel (Mack Sennett and his lover Mabel Normand), clad appropiately in gold.They then went to the circus for inspiration and came up with another sparkling performance in Barnum on Ice.All the so-called popular sports were swept aside when they were chosen Team of the Year in 1981 by the exacting members of the Sports Writers' Association.In 1982 they became not only the critics' choice again but also the public's favourites by way of the BBC tv poll.Many a head might have been turned by so much success and so much adulation in so short a time.Yet they have remained the same unassuming young people who emerged from humble beginnings in the suburbs of Nottingham to receive invitations to Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street.In its way that may be their greatest achievement. John Hennessy has been a personal friend of Torvill and Dean since 1978.He joined the sports staff of The Times in 1948 and was Sports Editor from 1954-1979.Since 1979 he has specialised in winter sports, concentrating first on skiing and latterly skating.He has reported on the last five Winter Olympic Games for The Times, and in 1980 was awarded the bronze medal of the Olympic Order by Lord Killanin for services to the Olympic movement.This biography written the year before Torvill & Dean went on to win the gold in Sarajevo, 1984. (Book ref. rja22366) £13.50
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HENNESSY,JOHN (with Jayne Torvill & Christopher Dean): TORVILL & DEAN.[Both authors' SIGNED,copy.]
UK.NEWTON ABBOT,DEVON.DAVID & CHARLES,1983.. UK,8vo HB+dw/dj,authors SIGNED,1st edn.. Hardback.. FINE./VG+.. 8vo. 0715384767. UK, 8vo HB+dw/dj, authors' dedication+signed, 1st edn.FINE/VG+.No owner inscrptn, no price-clip to dw/dj.Glossy laminated,s ubject colour sports photographic dw/dj with negligible shelf-wear and minimal creasing to edges, corners and spine/backstrip.Minisculely bumped to both head+foot of spine/backstrip with reciprocal creasing - no nicks or tears present.Top, rear corner minisculely rubbed, as is top edge towards head of spine/backstrip.Top+fore-edges clean, contents bright, tight and clean.Clean, black paper-covered bds with bright, stamped gilt letters to spine/backstrip and immaculate, plain white eps.8vo, 9-208pp (paginated) includes half-title page, title-page SIGNED and dedicated by both Torvill & Dean - reading: "To Toni, Best Wishes Jayne Torvill and Chris Dean".B/w sports photographic frntis (verso of half-title page), contents list, 12 chapters, appendices (2), profuse b/w contemporary photographs, 8pp contemporary colour photographs,and an index.See also rja2209/6, rja2210/6 + rja2236/6 [unsigned copy], for subject-related titles. Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean have carved a special niche for themselves in the British public's esteem.They have brought the Olympic sport of ice dance to a pitch whereby the whole world's attention is focused on their progress.Their appeal is on so many levels - athletic, balletic, gymnastic, melodic, romantic and, not least, patriotic.Their image is as clean-cut as the intricate patterns they trace on the ice.Their advance has been meteoric.They won their first world championship in 1981, jumping from fourth place with a programme that dazzled at the time but which they have themselves, with astonishing vision and dedication, already made to look positively old-fashioned.Innovators in almost everything they do, they set a new standard with their impression of Mack and Mabel (Mack Sennett and his lover Mabel Normand), clad appropiately in gold.They then went to the circus for inspiration and came up with another sparkling performance in Barnum on Ice. All the so-called popular sports were swept aside when they were chosen Team of the Year in 1981 by the exacting members of the Sports Writers' Association.In 1982 they became not only the critics' choice again but also the public's favourites by way of the BBC tv poll. Many a head might have been turned by so much success and so much adulation in so short a time.Yet they have remained the same unassuming young people who emerged from humble beginnings in the suburbs of Nottingham to receive invitations to Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street.In its way that may be their greatest achievement.John Hennessy has been a personal friend of Torvill and Dean since 1978.He joined the sports staff of The Times in 1948 and was Sports Editor from 1954-1979.Since 1979 he has specialised in winter sports, concentrating first on skiing and latterly skating.He has reported on the last five Winter Olympic Games for The Times, and in 1980 was awarded the bronze medal of the Olympic Order by Lord Killanin for services to the Olympic movement.This biography written the year before Torvill & Dean went on to win the gold in Sarajevo,1984. Please contact rpaxtonden@blueyonder.co.uk, because of the value of this item, for correct, insured shipping/P+p quotes - particularly ALL overseas buyers - BEFORE ordering through the order page! (Book ref. rja22156) £25.00
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TORVILL,JAYNE & DEAN,CHRISTOPHER**: TORVILL, JAYNE & DEAN, CHRISTOPHER:FACING THE MUSIC - AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
LONDON.SIMON & SCHUSTER,1995.. UK,8vo HB+dw/dj,1st edn.. Hardback.. FINE./FINE.. 8vo. 0671714066. UK, 8vo HB+dw/dj, 1st edn.NFINE/NFINE.No owner inscrptn, no price-clip to dw/dj.Authors colour, portrait photographic laminated dw/dj with negligible shelf-wear to edges, corners and spine/ backstrip and minimal creasing to same - no nicks or tears present.Top+fore-edges lightly aged/ tanned - as usual normal, but generally clean - contents bright, tight and clean.Bright, clean, publisher's original black cloth bds with bright, stamped gilt letters to spine/backstrip and immaculate, plain white eps.8vo, 2-362pp includes authors SIGNED half-title page, title-page, prologue, 11 chapters, 8pp contemporary, colour photographs, 8pp contemporary b/w photographs between pages pp122/23 and pp250/251 respectively, and an index. The long awaited autobiography of skating's best-loved couple.The world's most successful and popular skating couple tell their own story, from their working-class childhoods in Nottingham to world stardom with their own multi-million pound show.Two ordinary people who have achieved extraordinary success, Torvill & Dean's triumphs and disappointments have already become part of both sporting and artistic legend.Now, for the first time,they talk frankly about the behind-the-scenes reality of their astounding career, including: The creation of Bolero, which won them gold at the 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo - so moving that millions of people remember precisely where they were when they saw it; The bitter truth behind their comeback in the 1994 Olympics - and their own analysis of why they received 'only' a bronze medal for a performance judged by an outraged public as worthy of gold; The key to their extraordinary relationship - on and off the ice.Revealing the conflicts and chaos, some of it hilarious, that lie behind international competitions and ice shows, Jayne and Chris also reveal the dedication that underlies their artistry and explain how they create their dazzling skating routines.As popular as any rock band, and loved by millions throughout the world, success and popularity have never been enough for Jayne and Chris - and never will be.Always seeking to expand the frontiers of their chosen artform, they have had to struggle for the artistic freedom they needed. Until now. . . . . Jayne and Chris bring us fully up to date (1995) as they describe how they created their own show, Face the Music, with a superb corps of international ice dancers.Secure at last in their personal lives, they have also created a professional family that reflects their imagination, talent and generosity of spirit.See also rja2209/6 for a SIGNED copy, and rja2215/6 for another subject related title. (Book ref. rja22106) £15.00
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TORVILL,JAYNE & DEAN,CHRISTOPHER**: TORVILL & DEAN:FACE THE MUSIC - AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.[SIGNED by both authors.]
LONDON.SIMON & SCHUSTER,1995.. UK,8vo HB+dw/dj,authors SIGNED,1st edn.. Hardback.. NFINE./NFINE.. 8vo. 0671714066. UK, 8vo HB+dw/dj, authors' SIGNED, 1st edn.NFINE/NFINE.No owner inscrptn, no price-clip to dw/dj.Both authors' black, ink signatures to half-title page.Authors' colour, portrait photographic laminated dw/dj with negligible shelf-wear to edges, corners and spine/backstrip and minimal creasing to same - no nicks or tears present.Top+fore-edges lightly aged/tanned - as usual/normal, but generally clean - contents bright, tight and clean.Bright, clean, publisher's original black cloth bds with bright, stamped gilt letters to spine/backstrip and immaculate, plain white eps.8vo, 2-362pp includes authors' SIGNED half-title page, title-page, prologue, 11 chapters, 8pp contemporary, colour photographs, 8pp contemporary b/w photographs between pages pp122/23 and pp250/251 respectively, and an index. The long awaited autobiography of skating's best-loved couple.The world's most successful and popular skating couple tell their own story, from their working-class childhoods in Nottingham to world stardom with their own multi-million pound show. Two ordinary people who have achieved extraordinary success, Torvill & Dean's triumphs and disappointments have already become part of both sporting and artistic legend.Now, for the first time, they talk frankly about the behind-the-scenes reality of their astounding career, including:The creation of Bolero, which won them gold at the 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo - so moving that millions of people remember precisely where they were when they saw it; The bitter truth behind their comeback in the 1994 Olympics - and their own analysis of why they received 'only' a bronze medal for a performance judged by an outraged public as worthy of gold; The key to their extraordinary relationship - on and off the ice. Revealing the conflicts and chaos, some of it hilarious, that lie behind international competitions and ice shows, Jayne and Chris also reveal the dedication that underlies their artistry and explain how they create their dazzling skating routines.As popular as any rock band, and loved by millions throughout the world, success and popularity have never been enough for Jayne and Chris - and never will be. Always seeking to expand the frontiers of their chosen artform, they have had to struggle for the artistic freedom they needed. Until now. . . . . Jayne and Chris bring us fully up to date (1995) as they describe how they created their own show, Face the Music, with a superb corps of international ice dancers.Secure at last in their personal lives, they have also created a professional family that reflects their imagination, talent and generosity of spirit.See also, rja2210/6 for an unsigned copy and rja2215/6 for another subject related title. Please contact rpaxtonden@blueyonder.co.uk, because of the book's value, for correct, insured shipping/P+p quotes - particularly ALL overseas buyers - BEFORE ordering through the order page! (Book ref. rja22096) £35.00
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Meaby, K. Nottinghamshire Extracts from the County Records of the Eighteenth Century
Thos. Forman, 1946. Hard Cover. Good. Good hbk in green cloth, spotting to endpapers o/wise clean, 4to. (Book ref. 106207) £20.00
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Morley, Iris A Thousand Lives: An Account of the English Revolutionary Movement, 1660-1685
London: Andre Deutsch, 1954. Third Impression. Cloth. Fine/Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall (Book ref. 039281) £9.99
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Hoskins, W.G. About Britain No 8: East Midlands and the Peak
London: Collins, 1951. First Edition. Hard back. Good Plus. 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Published for the Festival Of Britian Office. General editor Geoffrey Grigson. (Book ref. 28259) £7.00
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Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE of Freehold Estates at Rothwell, Nettleton, Alvingham and Market Rasen in Lincoln, Misterton, in Nottingham, Thorne and Hatfield in the County of York, which will be Sold by Auction... 30th March - 7th April, 1886.
1886. 10pp., folio, plus 4 folding and 2 full-page plans, hand-coloured in outline. Stitching loose, hence split at spine, held down spine with archival tape, one map has some small tears re-inforced on verso with pieces of newspaper, some small edge tears in title page. With Schedules giving occupiers, etc. Includes the Rothwell Estate, houses in Mill Road, Market Rasen. --- Please e-mail for one of my FREE CATALOGUES which include GENERAL [ Manuscripts, Maps, Ephemera, Views, etc., etc. ] --- (Book ref. UK48-3220) £34.00
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Nottingham and Lincoln Roads AN ACT for repairing and widening the Road from Newark upon Trent, in the County of Nottingham, to join the Turnpike Road from Nottingham to Grantham, in the County of Lincoln, near the Guide-post on the Foss Road near Bingham....
1773. Cover leaf + 26pp, disbound, Act of Parliament. --- Please e-mail for one of my FREE CATALOGUES which include NOTTINGHAMSHIRE [ Manuscripts, Maps, Ephemera, Views, etc., etc. ] --- (Book ref. UK48-2930) £15.00
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