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Sixty Years in Dairying: The Story of Molly Sale
Speldhurst/Tunbridge Wells: Oast Books, 1995. First Edition. Turquoise Cloth. Mint/Fine. D8vo 64pp, b&w & colour illus. The autobiography of the redoubtable Molly Sale, born in 1910 in Ireland, founder of the Woodgate Farms Dairy in Sussex. No inscriptions. DW not price-clipped, but spine colouring slightly faded. (Book ref. 002972) £18.00
Mud and Khaki
East Sussex: Naval and Military Press. Soft. Very Good. 8vo The Memories of an Incomplete Soldier. Minor creasing to the front cover but otherwise book appears unread. 224 pp. (Book ref. 063243) £5.00
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1963 8vo., First Edition, on laid paper; original red cloth, gilt back, a near fine copy in unclipped dust wrapper. (Book ref. 17666) £16.00
THE TRAIL THAT IS ALWAYS NEW
LONDON: GURNEY and JACKSON, 1932. Illustrated by Gronvold , HG & Lowe , JPW. 1st Edition. Hard Back. Good +. 235x155mm Approx Hard Back , VG , 1st edition 1932 , 271pps , Biography of a Naturalist accidentally died 1931 aged 21yrs [ JPW Lowe ] written by WP Lowe , MBOU FZS Collector of British Museum Natural History his father from his son's diaries of travel [ 1888 - 1931 ] Frontis ; the son in soldier uniform , illustrated line drawings by the son - a promising young bird artist - and mono plates - all Listed , Intro , 13 chpts [ book - Exterior - navy cloth boards with Gilt design to rear+ clear GIlt titles to spine , light markings to boards , 2mm softness top/tail with usual nicks/col fade ] [ interior - sound nbindings , no inscsp , uncut pages , paper fox creamed (Book ref. 9896) £16.00
Servant of India. A Study of Imperial rule from 1905-1910 as told through the correspondence and dairies of Sir James Dunlop Smith.
Longmans, 1966 1st ed., very fine in slightly worn D/W. Inscribed by the author on title page. (Book ref. MISBO0067) £32.00
An Italian Diary. With a Foreword by Freya Stark
John Murray,  8vo., First Edition, with a frontispiece, endpapers lightly spotted; patterned boards, cloth back, upper board lettered in gilt, a very good, clean copy. Dairy kept by Freya Stark's mother Flora in wartime Asolo, including her incarceration in one of Mussolini's prisons. No dust wrapper was issued with this work. Scarce. (Book ref. 16245) £42.00
Dairy Chemistry: A Practical Handbook for Dairy Chemists and Others Having Control of Dairies
London: Charles Griffin & Co Ltd, 1930. Third Edition. Revised. Maroon hardback cloth cover. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Ex-lib. 490pp :: 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6") (Book ref. g3189) £26.00
Infant Milk Foods. A REPORT on the SUPPLY of INFANT MILK FOODS.
London: HMSO, 1967. vpp + 63pp including Index. 8vo. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 319. A very clean copy. (Book ref. 151364) £8.00
Tony Benn Diaries: Out of the Wilderness: Diaries, 1963-67.
UK: Hutchinson, 1987. First. Hard Cover. Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0091706602 Ex Reference Library 1987. Hard Cover. first edition hardcover Binding firm. Text clean. good/good dustwrapper. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 592pp. collection of diaries, which picks up Labour's first term of office since 1951. With appendices and index. Withdrawn library book with usual faults - distressed but good reading copy: prelim stamps/labels, new ffep/front endpaper, with shelf label to dw spine base. 1.5kg. Heavy title - will require additional postage to matrix. (Book ref. 001467) £19.00
Eyre Metheun 1979 First VG/VG 182pp 8 pages B & W photos 8.5 x 6 485g Collection of Brecht's diary entries for the period when Brecht was a young student in Munich.The translation is by Herta Ramthun and there is an introductory essay by John Willett. There are pen marks scribbled ovr the fep of this book (Book ref. 23991) £7.75
Profiteering Acts, 1919 and 1920. Interim REPORT on MILK prepared by a Sub-Committee appointed by the STANDING COMMITTEE on TRUSTS.
London: HMSO, 1920. 8pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cmd.1102. A very clean copy. Neat number mark. "To investigate the question of trusts, combines, agreements and other conditions affecting prices in connection with the Milk Trade, including milk products so far as they relate to the consumer in this country." (Book ref. 140474) £12.00
FARM BUILDINGS in England and Wales. ( ISBN 071009275X ).
London. Routledge and Kegan Paul. 1st Edn. 1983. Hardback. 8vo. Pp.,(9),150. Drawings in text. Pictorial end papers. Publishers brown cloth, gilt to spine. NEW book. From our stockholdings. Apart from some light sun fade to D.w., this item is MINT. We specialise in Scholarly/Academic Books. . . .**. Business and shop Est. 1970. (Book ref. 5120) £14.00
REPORT on an OUTBREAK, in certain DISTRICTS of LONDON, of SCARLATINA, believed to have been distributed in MILK: with POSTSCRIPT recording Experiments by Dr. KLEIN, F.R.S.,
London: Houses of Parliament, 1883. 9pp. 1pp in facsimilie. Folio. British Parliamentary paper. C.-3778-I. Disbound extract from the 12th Annual Report of the Local Government Board, 1882-83. Appendix A. No.9. A clean copy. Rebound in card covers. Outbreak of scarlatina centred around a St.Gile's district dairy. Postscipt an investigation as to relation between human scarlatina and bovine disease (Book ref. 132111) £10.00
The Diary of Samuel Pepys. A New and Complete Transcription. Volume I [only]. 1660
Bell,  8vo., First Edition, with a portrait frontispiece, 10 plates and 4 maps (one double-page), neat signature on front free endpaper; pictorial cloth gilt, gilt back, a near fine copy in good quality photo-facsimile dust wrapper. (Book ref. 6240) £22.00
Dairy Farming on Arable Land: Five Prize Essays
(R. Silcock & Sons, no date, 1920s) The prize-winning essays resulting from an inter-war essay competition initiated by Foulkes, Steel and Wallace to discover an alternative to the current system of arable farming. Hardback. Light rubbing to corners and fading to boards at edges, otherwise good. 144pp (Book ref. A6781) £5.00