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Author Title Price Purchase
(BEVERLEY, Robert Mackenzie). HORRIDA HYSTRIX, Satyricon Castoreanum; quod Ex Schedis Manuscriptis Deprompsit Civis Beverlacensis. £ 120.00

Hull. I. Wilson. 1826. pp. (i), lxv, 61, errata leaf. 8vo. Original boards, spine label darkened. Chilton p181. Chilton refers to this book as “that strange piece of work” and goes on to say “This was written by an odd character called R. M. Beverley who had a fixation about the corrupt state of the Church of England in his time. The text is printed in correct Latin and the introduction contains several fragments of quite passable Greek, though Wilson (Publisher) has omitted the breathings and accents

Reference: 7952

 
(BOYLE, J.R.) CATALOGUE OF AN EXHIBITION HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, HULL, from the 1st to the 6th April, 1899, in celebration of the Sixth Centenary of the grant of the First Charter, by King Edward I, to Kingston upon Hull. £ 12.00

Hull. M. Harland & Son. 1899. pp. 71. 8vo. Printed wrapper, slightly browned. A very good copy.

Reference: 107310

 
(BREWER, R.A. ) HISTORY OF THE DE LA POLE LODGE 1876 - 1976. De la Pole Lodge of Freemasons No. 1605. £ 10.00

(Hull. Dela Pole Lodge) (1976). pp. (xii). 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled asissued. A very good copy.

Reference: 3008491

 
(COX, W. Lionel). HULL FISHING HANDBOOK. £ 10.00

Cheltenham & London. Ed. J. Burrow & Co. Ltd. (1965). pp. 56. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Published aby Authority of the Hull Fishing Vessel Owners' Association Ltd. St Andrew's Dock, Hull. Yorkshire. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 18987

 
(CREDLAND, Arthur). HARRY HUDSON RODMELL. Marine Artist 1896 - 1984. £ 12.00

Kingston upon Hull Museums and Art Galleries. 1984. pp. 32. Illustrated. A4. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. City of Kingston upon Hull Museums and Art Galleries - Bulletin No. 16.

Reference: 11166

 
(EDDON, Rutherford). HISTORY OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF HULL. Commemorating the Golden Jubilee 1920 - 1970. £ 6.00

Hull. The Rotary Club. (1970). pp. vi, 90. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W, faded. and slightly frayed. A good copy.

Reference: 3462

 
(HUNT, William). HULL YEAR BOOK and Directory. 1876. First year of Issue. £ 55.00

Hull. William Hunt. 1876. pp. (iv), 312. (xxx) of adverts. 8vo. Original cloth, recased. text block edges browned. Front hinge taped internally, signs of removal of labels at the top of some pages not affecting text. A reasonable copy.

Reference: 134991

 
(JOHNSON, Bernard Paul). Compiler. THE BEN JOHNSON PAPERS or a rambling and unconnected set of discourses through time and space compiled by an anonymous scribe. £ 20.00

(York. Ben Johnson & Co.) (1968). pp. (iv), 52, 34, 18. 5 plates of which 1 is folded. Royal 8vo. Blue cloth. Volume 1 only. The book is divided into three sections:- Des Nouvelles Du Vieux; The Hull Period; Printer-at-War. The Hull Period has pencil marginalia by W. Foot Walker. A very good copy.

Reference: 25487

 
(LAMPLOUGH, Edward). HULL SONNETS, including Miscellaneous Sonnets, by several authors. £ 95.00

Hull. Edward Lamplough. Printed for Private Circulation. 1901. pp. (xxii), x, (vi), xxiii, (v), iv, (iii), lxiv, (iv), lxv - lxxx, (iv), lxxx, (iv), xvi, (ii), vi, (xvi), (xxxviii). 8vo. Half cald, corners & head & tail of spine rubbed. With the bookplate of John R. Tutin and with the first poem as dedication of the book to him. No. 10 of an edition of 22 copies. A scarce item

Reference: 7797

 
(LARKIN, Philip). THE BRYNMOR JONES LIBRARY 1929 - 1979. A short account. £ 16.00

University of Hull. 1979. pp. 36. 7 illustrations. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0859585387. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 12171

 
(NOBLE, J.H.) Editor. OURS. The Magazine of Reckitts. £ 25.00

NP. 1924/1925. 12 monthly issues from July 1924 to June 1925. 8" x 5". Each issue stapled as issued and stringed into a rather battered but purpose made blue cloth folder. The covers of the issues are slightly grubby and December and January are torn. Well illustrated with photographs.

Reference: 143980

 
(SANTANGELO, Peppino). HISTORICAL SOUVENIR BOOKLET commemorating Twenty-One Years of Management with the 'Little' and 'New' Theatres in the City of Kingston upon Hull. £ 8.00

Hull. John Hartley Advertising. (1954). pp. 32. Illustrtaed with photographs and adverts. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued, slightly rubbed. A very good copy.

Reference: 90640

 
(SHEPPARD, T.) CITY & COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. The Third Port of the United Kingdom. British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, 1924; Hull Civic Fortnight, July 2nd to July 15th. £ 20.00

Hull. Richd. Johnson & Sons (printer). (1924). pp. 40. 8 colour plates, all tipped in, further line drawings in the text. 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued, without the decorative bow. Previous owners name on title page. A good copy.

Reference: 93220

 
(TAYLOR, N.J.) (Editor). THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE BEVERLEY GATE, HULL. Interim Report. £ 10.00

Hull City Council. 1987. pp. 20. Illustrated. Oblong 4to. ISBN 0904767213. Front cover very slightly scarred, otherwise a very good copy.

Reference: 69210

 
(WHITING, Henry John, Sir William Leng, & William Gardiner). PORTRAITS OF PUBLIC MEN. £ 60.00

Hull. H.J. Whiting. 1858. pp. vi, errata leaf, 208. 8vo. Full calf, later endpapers, front free endpaper tipped in. Tipped on the front free endpaper is a typed note, part of which says ' "The first two portraits were written by Mr. William Gardiner, of the Hull Grammar School, afterwards editor of one of the Yarmouth papers. The major part of the rest were written by Mr. leng now of the Sheffiled Telegraph, and the rest by myself." H.J. Whiting. From the appendix to "Hull Newspapers by William Hunt. 1880'. The work consists of Biographies of themayor, alderman and councillors of Hull. Barnard p16.

Reference: 6485

 
(WONNACOTT, Ellen) HENRY WONNACOTT, lately Minister of Albion Congregational Church, Hull. Memorial Volume. £ 45.00

Edited by his wife. London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1878. pp. viii, errata slip, 240. Frontis. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine slightly darkened. All edges gilt. Contains a Biograpical Sketch, part of the Funeral Oration by Rev. James Sibree, and several sermons.

Reference: 17495

 
ABBOTT, Thomas Eastoe. THE SOLDIER’S FRIEND; or Memorials of Brunswick; A Poem, sacred to the memory of His Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, Commander-in-Chief of all His Majesty’s Forces. £ 95.00

Hull. I. Wilson. 1828. pp. xvi, 72, (i). Frontis. 8vo in 4’s. Half calf, boards. Head of spine slightly scuffed. All edges gilt.Unfortunately there is some heavy foxing in parts. Inscribed ‘Sarah Coulson with the Author’s Affectionate regard - Bridlington 1828’. Johnson 3. Chilton pii.

Reference: 13440

 
ABRAHAM, W.H. THE STUDIES OF A SOCIALIST PARSON. £ 16.00

Hull. William Andrews & Co, the Hull Press; London. Simpskin, Marshal, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd. 1892. pp. (iii) of adverts, (ix), 220. 8vo. Original blue cloth, spine badly faded otherwise a very good copy with previous owners name on front free endpaper. W.H. Abraham was parson at St. Augustine's in Hull and these are his sermons.

Reference: 18051

 
ALDABELLA, Pat & Robert Barnard. HULL AND EAST RIDING BREWERIES. From the Eighteenth Century to the Present. £ 10.00

East Yorkshire Local History Society. 1997. pp. 86. Illustrated with photographs and plans. Oblong 4to. Paperback,spine faded. East Yorkshire Local History Series No. 50. A good copy.

Reference: 31552

 
ALDRIDGE, Carolyn. IMAGES OF VICTORIAN HULL. F.S. Smith's Drawings of the Old Town. £ 5.00

Hull City Museums & Art Galleries & Hutton Press. 1989. pp. 106. 122 monochrome illustrations. Oblong 4to. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0907033911

Reference: 31317

 
ALEC-SMITH, R.A. KINGSTON UPON HULL. Views of Yesterday and To-Day. The Guildhalls of Hull. £ 5.00

Hull. Malet Lambert High School. 1980. pp. 20 unnumbered. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Malet Lambert Local History Reprints Extra Volume No. 4. Originally published 1951 in Christian Advance, the monthly journal of Christ Church, Kingston upon Hull. Articles VIII - XII.

Reference: 120871

 
ALEC-SMITH, R.A. (Compiler). A CATALOGUE RAISONNE OF THE CORPORATION PLATE AND INSIGNIA OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. £ 20.00

Driffield. For the Author. 1973. pp. (v), viii, 147. 70 illustrations. 4to. D/W, slightly frayed.

Reference: 3177

 
ALLERSTON, Jack. CITY OF HULL FOUNDATION STONES AND COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUES. £ 10.00

Hull. Local History Archives Unit. 1989 - 1990. 2 vols. (xiii), 67, (ix); (xix), 56, (i). Illustrated. A4. One vol with spiral spine, the other stapled. These are quite difficult to read as they are copies of a hand written text.

Reference: 37993

 
ALLERSTON, Jack. TRAGEDY OF WAR. Surveys. Roll of Honour Hull and Local Churchyard and Cemetery Collection. £ 5.00

NP. ND. No pagination. A4. Occasional ink notations. Spine clip.

Reference: 93085

 
ALLISON, K.J. (Editor). A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK, EAST RIDING. Volume I. The City of Kingston upon Hull. £ 120.00

The Victoria History of the Counties of England edited by R.B. Pugh. For The Institute of Historical research by Oxford University Press. 1969. pp. xx, 498. Frontis, 52 illustrations, 11 Maps & Plans. Royal 8vo. D/W. Clean copy. ISBN 0197227376

Reference: 20592

 
ANON. A COPY OF THE POLL, as taken at the Guildhall, in the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull, on Thursday the 30th and Friday the 31st Days of October, 1806; before Henry Schonswar, Esq. Sheriff of the said town; By Virtue of a Writ for Elecring Two Burgesses to serve in Parliament for that Borough. Candiddates:- Samuel Thornton, Esq.; John Staniforth, Esq.; Wm. Joseph Denison, Esq. £ 195.00

Hull. Robert Peck. 1806. pp. 48. 8vo. Modern quarter calf in a cloth book box with leather spine label.. Title stained and with some foxing throughout.

Reference: 28394

 
ANON. AN ACT FOR LAYING OUT AND MAKING A NEW STREET FROM WHITEFRIAR GATE TO THE SOUTH END OF QUAY STREET, within the Town and County of the Town of Kingston upon Hull. £ 30.00

London. George Eyre and Andrew Strahan. 1795. pp. (ii), 571 - 586. Royal 8vo. Disbound. The 'New Street' is Parliament Street.

Reference: 109250

 
ANON. AN ACT FOR REPAIRING THE ROAD LEADING FROM THE TOWN OF KINGSTON UPON HULL, to and through the Town of Anlaby, and from thence to the Town of Kirk-Ella, in the County of the said Town of Kingston upon Hull. £ 20.00

London. Thomas Baskett. 1744. pp. (ii), 163 - 190. Royal 8vo. Disbound. Title & 1st leaf stained.

Reference: 11875

 
ANON. COPY OF THE DEED OF SETTLEMENT OF THE ADVOWSON OF THE HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, in Kingston - upon - Hull; with Prefatory Remarks and Explanations by the Sub-Committee appointed to Superintend the printing of the same. £ 20.00

Hull. W.R. Goddard. 1839. pp. vii, 33. 8vo. Cloth, head of spine frayed.

Reference: 16378

 
ANON. EXTRACTS FROM THE REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR INQUIRING CONCERNING CHARITIES. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, April 18, 1823. £ 30.00

Hull. M.C. Peck & Son. 1883. pp. 40. 8vo. Blue cloth. Interleaved throughout.

Reference: 21990

 
ANON. HULL AND EAST RIDING RED BOOK 1898. £ 35.00

Hull. The Eastern Morning and Hull News Company Ltd. 1898. pp. xviii, 198, xix - l. 8vo. Quarter cloth, with cloth boards., spine slightly dulled. A very good copy of the first Red Book.

Reference: 8366

 
ANON. HULL VIEWS. £ 16.00

Printed in Germany. ND. Circa 1900. 18 monchrome illustrations of Hull on a pull out of 12 leaves. Red cloth, later cloth spine becoming detached.

Reference: 7619

 
ANON. JUBILEE COMMEMORATION of the United Methodist Church Stepney, Hull. Being a brief account of the beginnings of its history. £ 25.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1919. pp. iv, 16. Frontis, 5 plates and folded sheet of Officials. 8vo. D/W, torn and split down spine. Minor foxing throughout. A very good copy.

Reference: 15598

 
ANON. KINGSTON UPON HULL CIVIC AND EMPIRE WEEK. October 10th to 16th, 1929. Official Handbook and Programme. £ 12.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1929. pp. 136. Frontis, 12 illustrations. Small 8vo. Paperback. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 39434

 
ANON. PLAN OF THE CITY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL 1898 £ 35.00

Showing the location of Deaths from Diarrhoea (365), Measles (79), Whoopng Cough (67), Typhoid Fever (57), Scarletina (27), and Diphtheria (10). Hull. M. Harland & Son. (1898). 40" x 28.5". Folded, taped on folds in homemade boards. Frail.

Reference: 11254

 
ANON. PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HULL AUXILIARY BIBLE SOCIETY. held June 10, 1812: Containing a full and authentic Report of the Speeches delivered on the Occasion. £ 45.00

Hull. William Rawson. 1812. pp. 47, (i) of adverts. 8vo. Disbound.

Reference: 12377

 
ANON. PROGRAMME OF THE PROCEEDINGS IN CONNECTION WITH THE CELEBRATION OF THE CORONATION OF HIS MAJESTY KING GEORGE V. 21st, 22nd & 23rd June 1911. £ 16.00

City & County of Kingston upon Hull. 1911. pp. 16. 8vo. Printed wrapper.

Reference: 40167

 
ANON. REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS DURING THE INQUIRY INTO THE STATE OF THE CORPORATION OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL; To which is appended copy of the governing Charter with a Report of the Inquiry into the Affairs of the Trinity House. £ 150.00

Hull. William Kennedy. (1834). pp. (ii), v, 3 - 288, v. 12mo in 6's. Original green cloth, spine label rubbed. Cloth splitting at top of front hinge. Ink stain on p145. Barnard p14. Chilton; DNB. Kennedy was in Hull from 1833 - 1838 and established himself as editor, printer and publisher of the Advertiser. He is better known as the British Consul to Galveston, Texas.

Reference: 81123

 
ANON. SOUVENIR OF HULL. £ 16.00

ND. Circa 1900. 16 photographs. Oblong 8vo. Printed wrapper with oval window in front cover, repaired.

Reference: 86925

 
ANON. STEAM, SAILING, AND FISHING VESSELS reigistered at the Port of Hull. Together with original articles on The Pole Star, andthe New Time. Tide Tables; Steering & Sailing Rules, etc, etc. £ 65.00

Hull. Walker and Brown. 1885. pp. 68. Small 4to. Printed wrapper,very frail, frayed and torn.

Reference: 16587

 
ANON. SUFFERINGS OF THE ICE-BOUND WHALERS; containing copious extracts from a Journal taken on the spot by an officer of the Viewforth of Kirkaldy; and embracing full details of the Jane of Hull and of the wreck of the Middleton of Aberdeen. £ 12.00

Allerthorpe. K Book Editions. (1972). pp. 36. 8vo. Blue cloth. Facsimile reprint of the Second Edition of 1836. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 109620

 
ANON. THE HULL AND EAST RIDING CONGREGATIONAL MAGAZINE. Volume II. £ 30.00

London. John Snow & Co; Hull. C.W. Holdich. 1868. pp. iv, cxii, v - vii (content leaves), 328. Illustrated with engraved vignettes. 8vo. Blind stamped green cloth. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 31611

 
ANON. THE HUMBER BRIDGE. Original Handprinted Photographs. £ 12.00

NP. ND. Circa 1980. 7 photographs tipped into a small 4to folder, stapled, and entitled in gilt lettering.

Reference: 84081

 
ANON. THE NEW HULL GUIDE: A Picture of Modern Hull, and Rerence Book to the various objects if interest in Hull and Neighbourhood. £ 120.00

Hull. M.C. Peck & Son. 1880. pp. 186. Frontis, 3 maps, one repaired with archival tape , illustrations throughout. Demy 4to. Original brown cloth, top edge gilt. Corners slightly rubbed, some foxing, especially at the beginning and end of book. Large paper copy limited to 25 copies.

Reference: 10309

 
ANON. WINTERTON, LINCOLNSHIRE, APRIL 23, 1801. £ 68.00

This Day was published, by Subscription, Price 7s. 6d. in Colours, A Copper-Plate Engraving from an original drawing, taken and coloured upon the spot, by W. Fowler, from the Mosaic Pavement at Mr Worthington's, Leicester. Hull. W. Cowley. (1801). Advert leaf. Single sheet. 7" x 9". Cilton. p 75. Cowley was the printer of Battle's second Hull directory.

Reference: 148846

 
ARMSTRONG, Frank. HULL & DISTRICT SKETCHBOOK. £ 20.00

Hull. By the Artist. 1953. pp. 24 unnumbered pages of sketches. Oblong 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Cover slightly marked, internally clean and bright.

Reference: 13274

 
ASPINALL, T. Holdings Ltd. THE HUMBER BRIDGE 'The Eighth Wonder of the World'. £ 6.00

Contributions from J. Haydon Glen, Dr David Fisher, John Howard. The Humberside Executive. (1981). pp. 136. Illustrated with photographs. A4. Printed wrapper. Published as a supplement to 'The Humberside Executive' the monthlyJournal of Industrial Humberside' to commemorate the official opening of the Humber Bridge.

Reference: 235729

 
BAKER, Esther. A CITY IN FLAMES. A Firewoman's Recollections of the Hull Blitz. £ 12.00

Assisted by Howard Baker. Beverley. Hutton Press. 1992. pp. 54. Illustrated with photographs. 4to. Paperback. ISBN 1872167411. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 52223

 
BARNARD, Robert. MOORS' & ROBSON'S BREWERIES LTD. A Brief History. £ 12.00

Hull. Local History Unit. (1996). pp. 42. Illustrated. A4. Printed wrapper, paper spine. A very good copy. ISBN 1898398194

Reference: 26548

 
BARRON, Capt. William. AN APPRENTICE'S REMINISCENSES OF WHALING IN DAVIS'S STRAITS. Narrative of the Voyages of the Hull Barque Truelove, from 1848 to 1854. £ 12.00

Allerthorpe. K Book Editions. (1973). pp. 63. 8vo. Blue cloth. Facsimile reprint of the 1890 edition. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 65660

 
BATTLE, R.G. (Editor). FAC-SIMILE REPRINT OF THE FIRST HULL DIRECTORY, Published in 1791, containing the Names, Professions, and Residences of the Inhabitants, Lists of the Corporation, Incorporation of the Poor, Trinity House, Dock Company, Lists of the Shipping, Coaches, Carriers, etc etc. Together with The Appendix for 1792, including a Directory of Beverley. £ 45.00

Hull. M.C. Peck & Sons. 1885. pp. viii, 120, (iv) of adverts. Frontis. 8vo. Original brown cloth.

Reference: 26121

 
BATTLE, Robert Gray. BATTLE'S NEW DIRECTORY, FOR KINGSTON - UPON - HULL; £ 85.00

containing an Alphabetical Arrangement of the Names and Residences of the Merchants & Tradesmen, with a list of the streets; Corporation of the Mayor, etc, Workhouse, Trinity-House, & Dock Company, also correct lists of Dock Rates and Duties on Shipping; Custom-House; Exice Office; Underwriters; Agents for Fire-Offices; Window Duty; Market Boats, Carriers etc.The Seventh Edition, greatly improved. Hull. Thomas Topping for R.G. Battle. (1821). pp. xii, 156. 12mo in 6s. Full calf, rubbed. Text block quite browned. A reasonable copy. 7th edition.

Reference: 6392

 
BBELL, F.R. (Editor). THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL OF KINGSTON UPON HULL 450TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS week beginning Sunday 27th September 1936. Souvenir Handbook and Programme. £ 8.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1936. pp. 76. Illustrated. 8vo. Wrapper, stapled as issued.

Reference: 10751

 
BELL, A.G. MALET LAMBERT HIGH SCHOOL, HULL. £ 5.00

Malet Lambert Local History Reprints. 1982. pp. (xvi). Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 38360

 
BIBBY, Cyril. (Editor). THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS. A Brief History of Kingston upon Hull Training College 1913 - 1963. £ 10.00

Kingston upon Hull Training College. 1964. pp. 84. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Inscribed by the editor on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 23795

 
BICKFORD, J.A.R. THE OLD HULL BOROUGH ASYLUM (1849 - 1883). £ 6.00

Hull. City Records Office. 1981. pp. 52. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good copy.

Reference: 26601

 
BICKFORD, J.A.R. & M.E. THE MEDICAL PROFESSION IN HULL 1400 - 1900. A Biographical Dictionary. £ 15.00

Kingston upon Hull City Council. 1983. pp. xx, 164. A4. Spiral spine. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 18214

 
BLAND, Peter. RESOLVED UPON THE QUESTION or A Question Resolved concerning the Right which the King hath to Hull, or any other Fort or place of strength for the defence of the Kingdome. Wherein is likewise proved, that neither the setling of the Militia as tis done by the Parliament, not the keeping of Hull by Sir John Hotham nor any other Act that the Parliament have yet done is illegal but necessary, just, and according to that power which the Law hath given them. £ 180.00

(London). Matthew Walbancke. 1642. pp. 16. Small 4to. Disbound. Edges cropped not affecting the text. Title page ink stained and with one small hole with minimal loss of text. Wing B3162; ESTC R10865

Reference: 14510

 
BLASHILL, Thomas. SUTTON IN HOLDERNESS. The Manor, The Berewic, and The Village Community. £ 80.00

Hull. William Andrews & Co and A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1896. pp. iv, iv, 302, xv, vi. Frontis, 27 illustrations. Demy 4to. Quarter calf, cloth boards. Top edge gilt. Large paper edition.

Reference: 40028

 
BLUNDELL FAMILY. BLUNDELL OF LIVERPOOL, LINCOLN, AND KINGSTON UPON HULL. £ 25.00

London. Mitchell Hughes and Clarke. 1906. pp. 17, 8 of pedigrees. 4to. Original wrapper bound in. Full calf amateur binding. The paper is brittle and has been repaired with archival tape in places. With the bookplate of the Hull Subscription Library.

Reference: 6700

 
BLUNDELL, SPENCE & CO. LTD. THE BLUNDELL BOOK 1811 - 1951. A Short History. £ 10.00

Foreword by A.C.W. (A.C. Walton). London & Hull. Blundell, Spence 7 Co. Ltd. (1951). pp. 76. Well illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Printed boards, edges slightly rubbed, cloth spine. A good copy.

Reference: 9154

 
BLUNT, A. Stanley V. R. FREDERICK L. BLUNT, Bishop of Hull. A memoir by his son. £ 30.00

London. Macmillan & Co. Ltd. 1913. pp. xi, 262, (ii) of adverts. Frontis. 8vo. Purple cloth, spine faded. Endpapers slightly foxed.

Reference: 56374

 
BOOTH, Rex. HULL. The Fishing Years. £ 8.00

Derby. Breedon Books. 1999. pp. 151. Well illustrated. Royal 8vo. D/W. Taken from articles and photographs in the Hull Daily Mail. ISBN 9781859831656. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 24752

 
BOYLAN, Patrick J. (Editor). BIRDS IN HULL. £ 6.00

Hull Museum Publications. 1967. pp. 16. Small 4to. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Blue pencil ticks in the margins. Hull Museum Publication No 217.

Reference: 42301

 
BOYLE, J.R. A MODERN LITERARY FRAUD: The Johnson MSS. A Paper read to the Members of the Hull Literary Club, 19th December 1892. £ 25.00

Hull. William Andrews & Co. The Hull Press. 1893. pp. (iv), 50. 8vo. Printed wrapper, foxed and frayed at head of spine. The literary fraud in question is William A. Gunnell's Sketches of Hull Celebrities, or memoirs and Correspondence of Alderman Thomas Johnson. Barnard p. 46.

Reference: 38240

 
BOYLE, J.R. NOTES ON THE CHARTER, GRANTED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST, to Kingston upon Hull, 1 April, 1299. With a Translation and Illustrative Documents. £ 12.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. (Circa1905.) pp. 24. Frontis, 1 plate. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued. A very good copy.

Reference: 177650

 
BROOKS, F.W. (Editor). THE FIRST ORDER BOOK OF THE HULL TRINITY HOUSE 1632 - 1665. £ 20.00

The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 1942. pp. xxxiv, 193. 8vo. Brown cloth. Latin quote on front free endpaper. A very good copy. Record Series Vol CV for the year 1941.

Reference: 82970

 
BROUGHTON, Richard K. BIRDS OF THE HULL AREA. £ 5.00

Hull. Kingston Press. 2002. pp. xvii, 261. Illustrated with drawings and photographs. 8vo. Paperback. A very good, clean copy. ISBN 1902039149

Reference: 130670

 
BUDGE, Frances Anne. WILLIAM RECKITT. £ 10.00

Friends' Quarterly Examiner. ND. Circa 1900. pp. 19. 8vo. Printed wrapper slightly marked. Reprinted from the Friends Quarterly Examiner.Previous owners name on inside of front wrapper. A good copy.

Reference: 31216

 
BURROW, J. & Co. Ltd. (Editors). CITY AND COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL OFFICIAL HANDBOOK. £ 12.00

Cheltenham and London. J. Burrow & Co Ltd with the co-operation of Kingston upon Hull Development Committee. ND. Circa 1970. pp. 136. Well illustrated with photograps, maps and adverts. 8vo. Paperback. A very good copy.

Reference: 15753

 
CAINE, Cæsar. (Editor). STROTHER'S JOURNAL written by a Tradesman of York and Hull 1784 - 1785. £ 20.00

London. A.Brown & Sons Ltd. (1912). pp. xi, 138. Frontis, 7 plates, 3 illustrations in the text. 8vo. Red cloth, spine very slightly faded, top edge gilt. A very good copy.

Reference: 3468

 
CALVERT, Hugh. A HISTORY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL from the earliest times to the present day. £ 6.00

London. Phillmore & Co. Ltd. 1978. pp. (xii), 349. Frontis, 15 plates & 6 figures in text. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed. Previous owners name on the inside of front board. A good copy. ISBN 0850332166

Reference: 85217

 
CASS, William Edward. THE JOURNAL OF SURGEON CASS aboard the whaler 'Brunswick' of Hull 1824. £ 5.00

Edited by A G Credland. Humberside Libraries and Arts. 1988. pp. 77. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Humberside Heritage Publication No. 18. ISBN 0904451437. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 7637

 
CHICKEN, Eric. CHEMICAL EDUCATION IN HULL IN THE 19th CENTURY. £ 12.00

Privately Printed. 1996. pp. 28. A4. Plastic ringback spine. Letter from author loosely inserted. A very good copy.

Reference: 9079

 
CHICKEN, Eric. GEORGE NORMAN 1823 - 1882 Business Man and Naturalist of Hull. Dissertation for the Diploma in Local Historical Studies of the University of Hull. £ 12.00

Privately Printed. 1980. pp. 19, (xviii). Illustrated. A4. Plastic ringback spine. Letter from author loosely inserted. A good copy.

Reference: 123951

 
CHILDS, Dr Wendy R. (Editor). THE CUSTOMS ACCOUNTS OF HULL 1453 - 1490. £ 16.00

Leeds. The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 1986. pp. xxxii, 284. Frontis. 8vo. D/W. The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Record Series. Vol CXLIV for the Year 1984.

Reference: 5266

 
CHILTON, C.W. EARLY HULL PRINTERS AND BOOKSELLERS. An Account of the Printing, Bookselling and Allied Trades from their Beginnings to 1840. £ 20.00

Kingston upon Hull City Council. 1982. pp. 274, lxxxiv. Illustrated. A4. Plastic ring spine.

Reference: 21998

 
CIVIL DEFENCE COMMITTEE, CITY AND COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. HULL CIVIL DEFENCE AND HOME SAFETY HANDBOOK. £ 10.00

London. Batiste Publications Ltd. ND. Circa 1948. pp. 112. Illustrated with photographs and adverts. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued.

Reference: 101450

 
CLARKSON, John & Roy Fenton. ELLERMAN LINES. Ships in Focus. £ 5.00

Preston. John & Marion Clarkson. 1993. pp. 72. Illustrated in monochrome. Super royal 8vo. Paperback, unevenly faded. A very good, clean copy. ISBN 0952117908

Reference: 7450

 
CLEGG, Rev. Robert E. OFFICIAL HANDBOOK for Delegates attending the Autumnal Assembly of the Congregational Union of England and Wales in the city of Kingston - upon - Hull October 2nd to 6th 1922. £ 12.00

Hull and London. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1922. pp. xvi, 110. 4 colour plates, illustrated throughout. 8vo. Quarter cloth, printed boards.

Reference: 19998

 
COOK, Jno. THE HISTORY OF GOD'S HOUSE OF HULL, commonly called The Charterhouse. £ 65.00

Hull. M.C. Peck and Son. 1882. pp. viii, 5 - 278, (xviii). Frontis, 6 plates. Demy 4to. Original brown cloth, slightly marked. Some slight foxing. Top edge gilt. Large paper copy. Barnard p34.

Reference: 4934

 
COOK, Jno. THE HISTORY OF GOD'S HOUSE OF HULL, commonly called The Charterhouse. £ 40.00

Hull. M.C. Peck and Son. 1882. pp. viii, 278, (xviii). Frontis, 6 plates. 8vo. Original brown cloth. Top edge gilt. Small paper copy. Title page foxed, otherwise a very good bright copy. Barnard p34.

Reference: 4864

 
CRAGGS, John CRAGGS'S GUIDE TO HULL. A Description, historical and topographical., of the Town, County, and Vicinity of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull. £ 45.00

Hull. J. Craggs. 1817. pp. (viii), 80. 12mo. Original printed boards, much of spine lacking. Lacking map. The text is good. Chilton p xvii

Reference: 31899

 
CRAGGS, John CRAGGS'S GUIDE TO HULL. A Description, historical and topographical., of the Town, County, and Vicinity of the town of Kingston-upon-Hull. £ 150.00

Hull. J. Craggs. 1817. pp. (viii), 80. Map, folded. 12mo. Original printed boards, front board marked, front hinge weak, front free endpaper detached. A very good but delicate copy. Chilton p xvii

Reference: 31899M

 
CRAVEN, Martin T. & John A. Fowler. POSTAL HISTORY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL, HEDON AND HOLDERNESS with Historical Information from the Eleventh Century to circa 1870. £ 16.00

Sheffield. Yorkshire Postal History Society. 1974. pp. (vi), 166. 32 plates. 8vo. Printed paper boards, cloth spine. Yorkshire Postal History Society Publication No. 7. No. 163 of a limited edition of 250 copies. Very good, clean copy.

Reference: 6352

 
CREDLAND, Arthur G. HARRY CARTLIDGE 1893 - 1987. Hull Photographer. £ 12.00

Hull City Museums & Hutton Press. 1998. pp. 80. 116 + monochrome photographs. Oblong 4to. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 1872167977

Reference: 6824

 
CREDLAND, Arthur G. MARINE PAINTING IN HULL THROUGH THREE CENTURIES. £ 5.00

Hull City Museums & Art Galleries and Hutton Press. 1993. pp. 230. Illustrated. 4to. Paperback. Previous owners address label inside front cover, otherwise a very good, clean copy. ISBN 1872167454

Reference: 15960

 
CREDLAND, Arthur G. NORTH SEA INCIDENT. Assault on the Hull fishing fleet 21 - 22 October 1904 and the origins and fate of the box fleet. A Centenary Commemoration. £ 20.00

Hull Museums and Galleries. 2004. pp. 94. Well illustrated, mainly in monochrome. 4to. Paperback. ISBN 0904490327. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 7658

 
CREDLAND, Arthur G. THE DIANA OF HULL. £ 5.00

Kingston upon Hull Museums and Art Galleries. (1979). pp. 28. Illustrated. 4to. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 14200

 
CREDLAND, Arthur G. THE GIBSONS, A SHIPBUILDING FAMILY OF THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES. £ 6.00

Hull. East Yorkshire Local History Society. 2006. pp. 53. Illustrated. A4. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good copy. Previous owners name inside front cover. East Yorkshire Local History Society series No 55. ISBN 0900349557

Reference: 171488

 
CREDLAND, Arthur. ARTISTS AND CRAFTSMEN OF HULL AND EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 8.00

With a chapter on Hull sculptors by Geraldine Mulcahy. Hull Museums and Art Gallery. 2000. pp. 224. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0904490238. A very good, bright,clean copy.

Reference: 144550

 
CREED, Rupert. TURNING THE TIDE. The 1968 Trawler Tragedy & The Wives' Campaign for Safety. £ 10.00

Edited by Sara Hawkins. Foreword by Rt. Hon. John Prescott. Hull. Back Door Press. 1998. pp. (x), 90, x. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0953455505. A very good bright, clean copy.

Reference: 11862

 
CURD, Mrs. "ELLEN CARRINGTON;" A Tale of Hull during the Cholera in 1849. £ 35.00

Hull. Thornton and Pattinson. (1875). pp. 113. 8vo. Quarter cloth, printed boards, slightly rubbed. Title page foxed. A good copy.

Reference: 139302

 
DARWENT, Rev. C.E. THE STORY OF FISH STREET CHURCH, HULL. £ 25.00

London: William Andrews; Hull: The Hull Press. 1899. pp. (vii), 232. Frontis, 26 plates. 8vo. Brown cloth. Top edge gilt. A very good, bright copy. Barnard p.46.

Reference: 12170

 
DAVIS, Paul. THE OLD FRIENDLY SOCIETIES OF HULL. £ 30.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1926. pp. x, 69. 8vo. Original green cloth. A very good copy.

Reference: 115270

 
DAVIS, Ralph. TWENTY-ONE AND A HALF BISHOP LANE. A history of J.H. Fenner & Co. Ltd. 1861 - 1961. £ 6.00

London. Newman Neame Ltd. 1961. pp. (ix), 110. Frontis, 27 illustrations. 8vo. D/W, very slightly frayed. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 8287

 
DAY, G.M. KINGSTON UPON HULL PORT DEVELOPMENT SINCE 1955. An undergraduate dissertation by G.M. Day 1967 to 1970. £ 16.00

No publisher. (1970). pp. (ii), vii, 135. 11 maps, 1 diagram. 4to. Black cloth with number on spine. Typescript printed on one side of page only. Stamped on front free endpaper University of Durham Dept.of Geography. As far as I am aware this is unpublished material. A good clean volume.

Reference: 163041

 
De BOER, F. (Editor). HULL SCIENTIFIC AND FIELD NATURALISTS' CLUB. Bulletin. Vol. 2. £ 10.00

Hull Scientific & Field Naturalists' Club. 1961 - 1965. 10 parts. pp. 27; 32; 28; 31; 32; 28; 32; 32; 28; 33. Illustrated. Small 4to. Wrapper. Vol 2 is complete in 10 parts. Stencil typescript.

Reference: 39466

 
DEIGHTON, Alan. A SHOCKING CASE OF STARVATION IN HULL. A Short memoir of the Life of 'Count' Adolphe de Werdinsky. £ 12.00

Beverley. Highagte Publications Ltd. 2014. pp. iv, 90. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1902645618. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 75641

 
DEX, Laurie. HULL JAZZ AND JAZZMEN. £ 6.00

Cottingham. Beck Books. 1991. pp. (vi), 130. Illustrated. Small 4to. Paperback.

Reference: 67950

 
DICKENS, Jill. (Editor). A LIFE SO FAR..... Recollections of Hull School of Architecture. £ 20.00

Hull. Burstwick Print & Publicity Services funded by the University of Lincoln. 2003. pp. 112. Illustrated. A4. Paperback. No. 207 of a limited edition of 500 copies. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 8309

 
DREWERY, Geoffrey. THE HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF LIBRARIES IN HULL. £ 6.00

Hull. Kingston Press. 2002. pp. (iv), 75. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1902039157. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 21043

 
DREWERY, R.F. WILLIAM WILBERFORCE 1759 - 1833. A catalogue of the books and pamphlets on William Wilberforce and slavery in the Reference Library of Kingston upon Hull Public Libraries: issued on the occasion of the bicentenary of his birth, with particular reference to his part in the abolition of the slave trade and the emancipation of the slaves in the British Colonies. £ 12.00

Kingston upon Hull Public Libraries. 1959. pp. 36. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good,clean copy.

Reference: 80752

 
DREWERY, R.F. (Compiler). A SELECT LIST OF BOOKS ON HULL AND DISTRICT. A Guide to the Collections in the Local History Library. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull Libraries. 1968. pp. vi, 32. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper staples as issued, wrapper browned. A good copy.

Reference: 7181

 
EASTERN MORNING NEWS. BOTANIC AND PARK WARDS RATEPAYERS ASSOCIATION Hull City Council Debates from the Eastern Morning News. 13.11.06 to 03.06.10. (Typed spine label). £ 35.00

1906 - 1910. 2 Newscutting albums. pp. 82; 80 plus 120 unused pages. The albums are of different sizes - 7.5" x 9.5" and 9.5" x 11.5". Cloth, marked. They are newspaper reports of Hull City Council debates.

Reference: 7617

 
ELLERBY, J. R.; H. M. AUSTIN & C.G. HOPLEY. TWO HUNDRED YEARS OF FREEMASONRY IN HULL. History of the Minerva Lodge of Freemasons No. 250, Hull. 1783 - 1983. £ 25.00

Hull. Kenneth. M. Brown. 1987. pp. (vi), vii, 74, 40, 17, 27. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Unnumbered copy of a limited edition of 250 copies. Edge of text block browned. Inscribed on front free endpaper to aprevious owner.

Reference: 1795872

 
ELLERBY, J.R. HISTORY OF THE MINERVA LODGE OF FREEMASONS. No. 250 Hull. 1783 to 1933. £ 30.00

Hull. Archibald & Johnsons Ltd. 1935. pp. (viii), 80. Illustrated with 4 photographs and 1 line drawing. 8vo. Pale blue cloth, spine slightly marked. A very good copy.

Reference: 23725

 
ELSOM, Kenneth F. POSTCARDS OF HULL. £ 6.00

Hull. The Avenues Press. ND. Circa 1990s pp. 96. Well illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. Cover slightly darkened unevenly. A good copy. Previous owners name inside front cover. ISBN 0951683810

Reference: 23188

 
FAIRBANK, David & Mike Ulyatt (Compilers). THE PEN-PUSHERS OF HIGH STREET. A Centenary History of the Hull Zingari Cricket Club. £ 10.00

Hull. Hull Zingari Cricket Club. 1996. pp. 104. Illustrated in monochrome. Small folio. Paperback, corners slightly creased. A very good clean copy. ISBN 1872167799

Reference: 35233

 
FARRELL, T.H.F. ROLLIT FARRELL & BLADON. A Brief History 1841 - 1991. £ 12.00

Hull. Rollit Farrell & Bladon. 1991. pp. 35. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. A very good clean copy of a history of a firm of solicitors.

Reference: 10059

 
FENNER, J.H. & C0. LEATHER AND TEXTILE TRANSMISSION BELTS, Hydraulic Leathers, Card Clothing, Mechanical Leathers of all descriptions. £ 25.00

Hull. J.H. Fenner & Co. (Circa 1937?). pp. 90 unnmubered. 8vo. Illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Printed wrapper. A trade catalogue.

Reference: 79560

 
FIERKE, F.W. (Editor). SONS OF TEMPERANCE FRIENDLY SOCIETY. National Division of Great Britain and Ireland. 51st Annual Session, Whitsuntide, 1906. Hull Grand Division Souvenir. £ 30.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. (1906). pp. xxiv, 103, (ix). Frontis, well illustrated throughout in monochrome. 8vo. White cloth with gilt lettering, all edge gilt. Cloth slightly marked.

Reference: 11440

 
FORD, Alan. (Compiler); Arthir G. Credland (Editor). UNITED TOWING 1920 - 90: A History. £ 10.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1990. pp. 156. Illustrated, some in colour. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 1872167071. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 66221

 
FOWLER, Mary. HOLDERNESS ROAD. Through the heart of East Hull. £ 6.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications. 1995. pp. (iv), 92. Illustrated. Paperback. Reprint. Slight crease on front cover. Previous owners name on the inside of front cover. A good copy. ISBN 0948929413

Reference: 62457

 
FROST, Charles. NOTICES RELATING TO THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND PORT OF HULL: Compiles from Original Records and Unpublished Manuscripts, and illustrated with engravings, etchings, and vignettes. £ 95.00

London. J.B. Nchols. 1827. pp. xvi, 150, (ii), 58. Frontis, 6 plates & 2 pedigrees as called for. Royal 8vo.Half morocco, marbled boards, all edges gilt. Boyne p162.

Reference: 3471

 
FROSTICK, Elizabeth. THE STORY OF HULL AND ITS PEOPLE. £ 5.00

Beverley. Hull Cty Museums & Art Galleries and the Hutton Press. 1990. pp. 72. Illustrated. 4to. Paperback. Previous owners name inside front cover A good copy. ISBN 1872167020

Reference: 41828

 
FRYDE, E.B. THE WOOL ACCOUNTS OF WILLIAM DE LA POLE. A Study of some aspects of the English wool trade at the start of the Hundred Years' War. £ 5.00

York. St. Anthony's Press. 1964. pp. 29. Folded appendix. 8vo. Printed wrapped stapled as issued. St. Anthony's Hall publications No. 25. Borthwick Institute of Historical Research. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 69051

 
FRYER, Geo. PLAN OF THE CITY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL shewing all Recent Improvements. £ 5.00

Hull. Malet Lambert Reprint. ND. Folded map. Originally published by M. Harland & Son, Manor Street, Hull in 1898. In a paper folder.

Reference: 15183

 
GALLEWAY, W.H. CARLILL, BURKINSHAW & FERGUSON 1835 - 1970. £ 12.00

(W.H.Galleway). (1995). pp. (viii), 39. 8vo. Blue leatherette. A very good copy.

Reference: 56088

 
GAWTRESS, William. A REPORT OF THE INQUIRY INTO THE EXISTING STATE OF THE CORPORATION OF HULL, taken at the Guildhall, before F. Dwarris and S.A. Rumball, Esqs. two of His Majesty’s Commissioners. Also the Proceedings relative to the Trinity House. With an Appendix, containing many valuable and authentic Documents. £ 80.00

Hull. Goddard and Brown. 1834. pp. 419. 8vo. Original cloth, head & tail of spine slightly frayed. Inscribed on front free endpaper 'To Mr Stafford, from his Friend, Wm. Gawtress. Hull, JUne 4, 1834. Boyne p 164.

Reference: 15464

 
GENT, Thomas. ANNALES REGIODUNI HULLINI: or, The History of the Royal and Beautiful Town of Kingston-upon-Hull. £ 495.00

York. The Printing Office; Hull. George Ferraby; London. J. Wilford. 1735. pp. (iv), xi, (iii), 201, (vii) of index and advert, (xxv) of addenda, (ii) of subscribers. Frontis, 5 plates.8vo. Full C19th calf, hinges very slightly rubbed, spine with gilt decoration. With the bookplates of Joseph Turner and Leslie Powell. In a cloth box, spine faded with leather label. Boyne p157

Reference: 120620

 
GENT, Thomas. GENT'S HISTORY OF HULL (Annales Regioduni Hullini,) re-printed in Fac-Simile of the Original of 1735 to which is appended Notice of the Life and Works of Thomas Gent, Printer, of York. £ 50.00

Hull. M.C. Peck & Son. 1869. pp. 27,(iii), xi, (iii), 233, (ii). Frontis, 6 plates, 5 of them folded. 4to. Small paper copy. Original brown cloth. 1 plate repaired. Boyne p159. Boyne describes the reprint as an exact facsimile of the original, but I have never seen a copy with the folded plate of the Ruins of St Mary's York, and this copy is no exception.

Reference: 3990

 
GENT, Thomas. GENT'S HISTORY OF HULL (Annales Regioduni Hullini,) re-printed in Fac-Simile of the Original of 1735 to which is appended Notice of the Life and Works of Thomas Gent, Printer, of York. £ 50.00

Hull. M.C. Peck & Son. 1869. pp. 28, (iv), xi, (iii), 233, (ii). Frontis, 6 plates, 5 of them folded. 4to. Small paper copy. Original brown cloth, head of spine frayed Boyne p159. Boyne describes the reprint as an exact facsimile of the original, but I have never seen a copy with the folded plate of the Ruins of St Mary's York, and this copy is no exception.

Reference: 3990

 
GENT, Thomas. GENT'S HISTORY OF HULL (Annales Regioduni Hullini,) re-printed in Fac-Simile of the Original of 1735 to which is appended Notice of the Life and Works of Thomas Gent, Printer, of York. £ 50.00

Hull. M.C. Peck & Son. 1869. pp. 28, (iv), xi, (iii), 233, (ii). Frontis, 6 plates, 5 of them folded. 4to. Small paper copy. Original brown cloth, head of spine frayed Boyne p159. Boyne describes the reprint as an exact facsimile of the original, but I have never seen a copy with the folded plate of the Ruins of St Mary's York, and this copy is no exception.

Reference: 3990

 
GIBSON, Paul. HULL. Then & Now 4. £ 30.00

www.paul-gibson.com. 2013. pp. 180. Very well illustrated with photographs and plans. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 9780956838520. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 82230

 
GIBSON, Paul. HULL. Then & Now 5. £ 30.00

www.paul-gibson.com 2015. pp. 176. Very well illustrated with photographs and plans. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 9780956838568. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 9480

 
GIBSON, Paul. IMAGES OF VICTORIAN HULL. F.S. Smith's Drawings Volume 3. £ 12.99

Hull. Paul Gibson. 2011. pp. 110. Very well illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 9780956838506. New book.

Reference: 10412

 
GIBSON, Paul. THE ANLABY ROAD. £ 35.00

Hull. Paul Gibson & the Friends of the Lonsdale Community Centre. Supported by The National Lottery. 2007. pp. vii, 176. Frontis, 170 illustrations. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0955556906. As new.

Reference: 17612

 
GILL, Alec. HESSLE ROAD. A Photographer's View of Hull's Trawling Days. £ 5.00

Foreword by Tom Courtenay. Beverley. Hutton Press. 1987. pp. 119. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 090703358x

Reference: 23597

 
GILLETT, Edward and Kenneth A. MacMahon. A HISTORY OF HULL. £ 12.00

Oxford. For the University of Hull by Oxford University Press. 1980. pp. xi, 428. 12 illustrations, 4 maps. 8vo. Black cloth. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 019713436x

Reference: 3474

 
GILLETT, Edward and Kenneth A. MacMahon. A HISTORY OF HULL. £ 15.00

Oxford. For the University of Hull by Oxford University Press. 1980. pp. xi, 428. 12 illustrations, 4 maps. 8vo. D/W. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 019713436x

Reference: 3474DW

 
GODDEN, Ann & John Partridge. LIVING IN HISTORY. £ 6.00

Privately Printed. Circa 1994. pp. 32. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 74370

 
GOLDTHORPE, Ian N. ARCHITECTURE OF THE VICTORIAN ERA OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. being a study of the principal buildings erected in Hull 1830 - 1914. £ 20.00

Edited by Margaret Sumner. Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 2005. pp. xvi, 154. 57 plates & 415 illustrations. A4. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 1902645421

Reference: 67390

 
GRAYSTONE, Rev. Philip. THE BLITZ ON HULL (1940 - 45). £ 12.00

Lampada Press. 1991. pp. 57. Well illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Reprint. ISBN 1873811004. Previous owner's name inside front cover otherwise a very clean, good copy.

Reference: 21128

 
GUNN, T.H. (Chairman - Executive Committee). AN EDUCATIONAL HANDBOOK for Parents and Citizens and a Programme of the Hull Education Week. November 9th - 15th 1924. £ 10.00

Hull. A Brown & Sons Ltd. (1924). pp. (xvi) of adverts, 96, (xvi) of adverts. Illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Paperback with printed wrapper stapled as issued. A good copy.

Reference: 7328

 
HALL, Ivan & Elisabeth. A NEW PICTURE OF GEORGIAN HULL. £ 5.00

York. William Sessions Ltd in association with Hull Civic Society. 1978/9. pp. 120. Frontis, well illustrated. Royal 8vo. D/W. A very good copy.

Reference: 3446

 
HARE, Frank. THE THEATRE ORGANS OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. Reprinted from Theatre Organ Review by kind permission of the Editor. £ 10.00

Humberside Theatre Organ Preservation Society. Circa early 1970s. pp. 28. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued, staples rusty. A good copy.

Reference: 18610

 
HARROWER, John. WILSON LINE. The history and fleet of Thos. Wilson, Sons & Co. and Ellerman's Wilson Line Ltd. £ 10.00

Gravesend. The World Ship Society. 1998. pp. 216. Illustrated in monochrome. Super royal 8vo. D/W, very slightly rubbed along bottom edge. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 090561772x

Reference: 10402

 
HARTLEY, Robert G. THE POST-WAR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN KINGSTON UPON HULL. A Dissertation submitted for a B.A. Honours Degree in Geography. £ 20.00

No publisher. 1964. pp. (iii), 114. 5 photographs. 4to. Black cloth with number on spine. Typescript printed on one side of page only. Durham University. As far as I am aware this is unpublished material. A good clean volume.

Reference: 33896

 
HICKS, J. D. FROM BOULEVARD TO KINGSTON. The Story of Our School 1895 - 1995. £ 10.00

Hull. Kingston School. 1995. pp. 60. Illustrated. 8vo. Wrapper, stapled as issued.

Reference: 85541

 
HICKS, J.D. OUR ORPHANS. The Story of the Hull Seamen's & General Orphanage 1853 - 1979. £ 10.00

North Ferriby. Lockington Publishing Co. 1983. pp. (iv), 56. Illustrated. A4. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0905490223. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 8171

 
HIRST, Joseph H. THE BLOCKHOUSES OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL, and who went there. A Glimpse of Catholic Life in the Penal Times, and a Missing Page of Local History. £ 20.00

With an Introduction by the Rev. Francis J. Hall. London & Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1913. pp.xii, 140. Frontis, 17 illustrations. 8vo. Red cloth, slightly marked. Occasional foxing. 1st edition. Date in silver on spine. A good copy.y.

Reference: 8176a

 
HOOLE, K. & HINCHLIFFE, B. (Editors). Contributors are A.L. Barnett, J.P.R. Bennett, R.C. Copeman, D. Geldard, G.Y. Hemingway, K. Hoole, M.E. Ingram, D.R. Smith, J.B. Stork, Ann G. H. Wannop, L. Ward, I.K. Watson & R.J. Pickering, & J.C. Wright. THE HULL & BARNSLEY RAILWAY. £ 30.00

Newton Abbot & Sheffield. David & Charles &Turntable Publications. 1972 &1980. 2 vols. pp. 331; 288. Frontis - Vol 1, 156 illustrations + 2 in the text, 3 elevations, 2 diagrams, 7 gradients, 1 plan & 9 maps. 8vo. D/Ws. Selotape removed from inside of front board of Vol 2 leaving a small patch where the top surface of the paper has been removed. Otherwsie a very good copy.

Reference: 5323

 
HORROX, Rosemary. (Editor). SELECTED RENTALS AND ACCOUNTS OF MEDIEVAL HULL, 1293 - 1528. £ 12.00

Leeds. The Yorkshire Archæological Society. 1983. pp. vii, 198. 1 plan. 8vo. D/W. Edges very slightly browned. Record Series Vol CXLI for the year 1981.

Reference: 2779

 
HORSPOOL, Robin Dermond. THE HOUSE OF POWOLNY. Life and Death of a Hull Restaurant. £ 10.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 2000. pp. viii, 56. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 190264512X. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 54818

 
HOVELL, Dr. B.C. THE HULL ROYAL INFIRMARY 1782 - 1982. £ 10.00

Edited by Mr S. Bates. Hull. Hull Health Authority. (1982). pp. 75. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. D/W. Illustration tipped in in side front cover. Previous owners notes on inside of back cover and endpaper.

Reference: 18920

 
HULL COMMUNITY COUNCIL. SOCIAL SERVICES IN HULL being Institutions & Charitable Agencies of the City of Hull. £ 16.00

Hull Community Council 1930. pp. xvi, 108. 8vo. Blue cloth, unevenly faded. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 89430

 
HULL MEDICAL SOCIETY. REPORT OF THE SANITARY COMMITTEE of the Hull Medical Society on The Sanitary State of the Town (1847). £ 10.00

With an Introduction and Illustrations by Stephen Bryant. Foreword & Medical Glossary by A.J. Shillitoe. Hull. Bradley Publications & Co. 1977. pp. 37. 8 plates, 1 map. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Edition limited to 500 copies. A very good copy.

Reference: 36732

 
HULL ROYAL INFIRMARY. THE HULL ROYAL INFIRMARY. Copy of The Charter of Incorporation. £ 18.00

Hull Royal Infirmary. 1906. pp. 24. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued preserved in a boards. Dated 21st December 1906. A very good copy.

Reference: 100390

 
HUNT, William. HULL NEWSPAERS: being the substance of a Lecture by William Hunt, Ex-President of the Provincial Newspaper Society. £ 5.00

Hull. Malet Lambert Local History Reprints. 1980. pp. 26. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Malet Lambert Local History Reprints No. 10. A good copy. Orignal published 1880

Reference: 165169

 
INGRAM, Edward. THE STORY OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY-THE-VIRGIN Kingston upon Hull. £ 6.00

Gloucester. British Publishing Co. Ltd. (1935). pp. 16. 7 illustrations. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. 1st edition of this church guide.

Reference: 88771

 
INGRAM, Edward. THE STORY OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY-THE-VIRGIN Kingston upon Hull. £ 5.00

Gloucester. British Publishing Co. Ltd. (1947). pp. 16. 8 illustrations. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. 2nd edition of this church guide.

Reference: 887712

 
INGRAM, Edward. THE STORY OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY-THE-VIRGIN Kingston upon Hull. £ 5.00

Gloucester. British Publishing Co. Ltd. (1961). pp. 24. 8 illustrations. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. 3rd edition of this church guide.

Reference: 887713

 
INGRAM, Edward. THE STORY OF THE CHURCH OF ST. MARY-THE-VIRGIN Kingston upon Hull. £ 5.00

Gloucester. British Publishing Co. Ltd. (1963). pp. 24. 8 illustrations. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. 4th edition of this church guide.

Reference: 887714

 
INGRAM, M. Edward. DRYPOOL. Being the History of the Ancient Parish of Drypool cum Southcoates. £ 12.00

Gloucester. The British Publishing Co. Ltd. (1959). pp. 72. 8 illustrations, adverts. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good copy inscribed 'With the writer's kind regards. 9.xii.63"

Reference: 7654

 
INGRAM, M. Edward. OUR LADY OF HULL being the History of the Church and Parish of St. Mary The Virgin Kingston upon Hull. £ 12.00

With a Foreword by His Grace The Lord Archbishop of York. Hull & London. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1948. pp. xvi, 200. Frontis, 7 plates, 7 illustrations in the text. 8vo. Red cloth. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 41438

 
INGRAM, M. Edward. THE MAISTERS OF KINGSTON UPON HULL 1569 TO 1840. Portrait of a Merchant Family. £ 5.00

With line drawings by Francis F. Johnson. For the Author. (1983). pp. 133. Illustrated, 1 family tree. 8vo. Blue cloth.

Reference: 2778

 
JACKSON, Gordon. THE TRADE AND SHIPPING OF EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY HULL. £ 10.00

East Yorkshire Local History Society. 1975. pp. 64. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. East Yorkshire Local History Series No. 31. A very good bright, clean copy. ISBN 09003493110

Reference: 7175

 
KEARY, Annie. OLDBURY. £ 10.00

London. MacMillan & Co. 1891. pp. viii, 404, 44 of adverts. 8vo. Red cloth, dulled. Hinges weak internally. A new edition. A good copy. The author's father was at one time the incumbent of Sculcoates.

Reference: 13441

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL PLANNING IN ACTION. An Account of Aims and Achievemnets in Kingston upon Hull. £ 10.00

Hull. Kingston upon Hull City Council. (1961). pp. 34. Illustrated with photographs, charts and plans. Oblong 8vo. Spiral spine, boards, corners slightly bent. A good copy.

Reference: 19540

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY COUNCIL. INNER AREA PROGRAMME 1981 - 84. £ 8.00

Kingston upon Hull City Council. 1980. pp. 74, (xxii). 8 maps. A4. Printed wrapper, plastic ring binder spine.

Reference: 6418

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY MUSEUM. HULL TRAMS. The Early Days. £ 4.00

North Ferriby. Lockington Pub. Co. Ltd. 1977. pp. 26. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0905490101. A very good copy.

Reference: 68301

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CITY PLANNING OFFICE. NEWINGTON DISTRICT PLAN. Problems and Possibilities. Report of Survey and Policy Choices. £ 10.00

Kingston upon Hull City Planning Office. 1980. pp. 53. 9 maps, 18 photographs. A4. Printed wrapper, plastic ring binder spine. MS notes on inside of rear wrapper.

Reference: 34966

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CIVIC SOCIETY. REPORT ON A STUDY OF 'THE OLD TOWN'. £ 12.00

Kingston upon Hull Civic Society ND. Circa 1965. pp. (20). Illustrated with maps and drawings. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 123491

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CORPORATION WATER DEPARTMENT. KINGSTON UPON HULL WATER UNDERTAKING 5TH CENTENARY 1447 - 1947. £ 12.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1947. pp. 23. Illustrated. 8vo. Card wrapper with decorative string. Previous owner' s name on front cover. A very good copy.

Reference: 6590

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL CORPORATION. WATER DEPARTMENT. £ 8.00

Kingston upon Hull Corporation 1970. pp. (ii), 68.Illustrated with photographs and diagrams, 1 map, folded, at rear. 8vo. Paperback. A very good copy.

Reference: 1713370

 
KINGSTON UPON HULL. AN ACT TO AMEND, AND RENDER MORE EFFECTUAL, SEVERAL ACTS made for cleansing and enlightening the Streets of the town of Kingston upon Hull, and for preventing Annoyances therein. £ 45.00

With AN ACT FOR AMENDING AND SUPPLYING THE DEFICIENCIES OF AN ACT passed in the Second Year of the Reign of his present Majesty King George the Third, intituled 'An Act to Amend and render more effectual several Acts made for cleansing and enlightening the Streets of the town of Kingston upon Hull, and for preventing Annoyances therein. London. (1762 & 1764). 2 acts. pp. 11; 20. Small folio. Stitched as issued. Slightly dusty especially on the back where they have been folded.

Reference: 24758

 
KOPP, Ekkehard & Cecile Oxaal (Editors). NOT JUST WILBERFORCE. Champions of Human Rights in Hull and East Yorkshire. Essays for Amnesty International. £ 10.00

Contributors are Patrick Doyle, Marie Holmes, Ekkehard Kopp, Brian Lavery, Kathleen Lennon, Cecile Oxaal, Robb Robinson, & Marion Shaw. London. Amnesty International in association with Hull Amnesty Group. 2014. pp. (xii), 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. The Cahmpions are Rochester & Walworth, John and Matthew Alured, Mary Wollstonecraft, George and Alfred Cookman, Perronet Thompson, Dr Mary Murdoch, Winifred Holtby, & Lilian Bilocca.

Reference: 13491

 
LAMMING, Douglas. A WHO'S WHO OF HULL CITY AFC 1904 - 1984. £ 5.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1984. pp. 146. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. A good copy. ISBN 0907033202

Reference: 109210

 
LANCASTER, Geo. LEGENDS OF LOWGATE. £ 20.00

Hull. Eastern Morning News Co. Ltd. 1888. pp. (vii), 95. 8vo. Original cloth, spine faded. Barnard p41

Reference: 6855

 
LANG, Rear Admiral J. S. MARINE ACCIDENT REPORT No. 4/99. Report on the Underwater Survey of the Stern Trawler Gaul H. 243 and the supporting Model Experiments. August 1998 - January 1999. £ 30.00

Southampton. Marine Accident Investigation Branch. 1999. pp. 222. Illustrated with maps, photographs and diagrams. A4. Paperback, head of spine repaired with selotape. Clean copy. ISBN 1851121714

Reference: 17009

 
LAWSON, John. A TOWN GRAMMAR SCHOOL THROUGH SIX CENTURIES. A History of Hull Grammmar School against its local background. £ 8.00

London. For the University of Hull by Oxford University Press. 1963. pp. xi, 302. Frontis, 4 plates, 5 figures. 8vo. D/W, torn and frayed. Previous owners small inscription on inside of front board. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 2777

 
LEWIS, Brian, David Prudhoe, Judith Billingham and Christopher Ketchell. THE DAY THE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL FLEET FIRED ON THE HULL TRAWLERMEN - 1904. £ 10.00

City of Kingston upon Hull Museums and Art Galleries. 1983. pp. 38, (xviii) of exhibition catalohue. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Paperback. Previous owners name on title page. A good copy.1.00

Reference: 15467

 
LOCKWOOD, David. NIGHT AND GREEN GINGER. £ 8.00

London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1951. pp. 256. 8vo. D/W, very slightly frayed. 1st edition with envelope of Press cuttings loosely inserted.

Reference: 51113

 
LOWE, Francis & W. Tyers Huffam. REPORT ON THE HULL MUNICIPAL CHARITIES containing the Report of the Charity Commissioners in 1822, and Extracts from a Report by the late Francis Lowe and W. Tyers Huffam, dated 6th November, 1878. £ 30.00

Together with the Orders of the Board, etc., up to the year 1905. Kingston upon Hull. 1905. pp. 202. 8vo. Purple cloth, spine faded.

Reference: 16589

 
LOWSON, K.J. THE STORY OF THE HULL ROYAL INFIRMARY 1782 - 1948. £ 12.00

With Biographical Notes of the Hon. Medical Staff by Robert Grieve. Hull. Archibald & Johnsons Ltd. (1949). pp. 58. Well illustrated. Riyal 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 159850

 
MALET LAMBERT, Rev. J. TWO THOUSAND YEARS OF GILD LIFE; or An Outline of the History and Development of the Gild System from Early Times, with special reference to its application to Trade and Industry; Together with a Full Account of the Gilds and Trading Companies of Kingston - upon - Hull, from the 14th to the 18th Century. £ 35.00

Hull. A Brown & Sons. 1891. pp.xi, 414, (ii) of adverts. Frontis, 10 plates. 8vo. Small paper copy. Pictorial cloth, spine slightly faded and rubbed, corners bumped.. Barnard p45.

Reference: 27116S

 
MARKHAM, John and Martyn Kirby. HULL. Impressions of a City. £ 8.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications. 1991. pp. vi, 94. Illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. Previous owners name inside front cover A good copy. ISBN 094892480

Reference: 126370

 
MARKHAM, John. HAMMONDS OF HULL. A Store of Good Things for Family and Home. £ 6.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications (Beverley) Ltd. 2004. pp. viii, 76. Illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A very good, clean copy. ISBN 1902645391

Reference: 9071

 
MARKHAM, John. STREETS OF HULL. A History of Their Names. £ 6.00

Foreword by Patrick Doyle. Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 1990. pp. 66. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. Edges slightly browned. A New Edition.

Reference: 3375

 
MARKHAM, John. THE CENTENARY BOOK OF HULL. £ 8.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd in conjunction with Kingston upon Hull City Libraries. 1997. pp. iv, 96. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. A good copy signed by the author on title page. ISBN 0948929979

Reference: 26987

 
MARKHAM, John. THE LIVING PAST. A selection of articles on Hull and East Yorkshire previously published in the Hull Daily Mail. £ 5.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 2001. pp. vi, 106. Illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 190264526X

Reference: 83040

 
MARKHAM, John. (Editor). KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING. The Hull Area in the First World War. £ 8.00

Foreword by Gwyn Harries-Jenkins. Beverley. Highgate Publications. 1988. pp. (vi), 94. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. A very good copy inscribed by the editor on the title page. ISBN 0948929146

Reference: 13976

 
MARKHAM, John. (Editor). KEEPING FAITH. 700 Years of Catholic Life in Hull. £ 6.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 1999. pp. xii, 130. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1902645081. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 48229

 
MARKHAM, John. (Editor). THE PASTOR OF FISH STREET. The Journals of the Rev. George Lambert, Congregational Minister. £ 5.00

East Yorkshire Local History Society. 2008. pp. 231. 16 illustrations. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 9780900349575. A good clean copy except for occasional high lighting of text.

Reference: 20065

 
MARVELL, Andrew. THE NAME OF ANDREW MARVELL used once to be the Pride and Boast of Hull, And you have often heard his praises sung in this place. Read then, ye degenerate Whigs, his opinions on Popery, and be ashamed of your present conduct. £ 150.00

Hull. Isaac Wilson. ND. Circa 1829. Broadsheet. 10” x 16”. Framed. Slight markings in upper corners, small hole, not affecting text, in title. The text is taken from An Account of the Growth of Popery and Arbitrary Government in England by Andrew Marvell. Printed in Amsterdam 1677. Isaac Wilson was sole owner of th Advertiser from 1821 - 1832. He and his newspaper were Conservative. The Roman Catholic Relief Act was passed in 1829.

Reference: 133316

 
MAWER, Walter. ADVENTURES IN SYMPATHY being the story of the Port of Hull Society since 1821. £ 20.00

With a Foreword by Admiral of the Fleet, Earl Jellicoe. Hull and London. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1935. pp xii, 39. Frontis, 64 photographs. 8vo. Printed wrapper. Sailor's Orphans Homes. A very good copy.

Reference: 82340

 
McNICOL, Colin. HULL'S VICTORIA DOCK VILLAGE. £ 6.00

Foreword by Rt. Hon. John Prescott, PC., MP. Beverley. Highgate Publications in conjunction with Kingston upon Hull City Council and Bellway. 2002. pp. vi, 106. Illustrated, some in colour. Royal 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1902645243. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 129671

 
MEGGINSON, Irene. OVERALLS AND SASHES. Reminiscences of the French Convent Canonesses of St. Augustine, Park Grove, Hull. £ 5.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1991. pp. 59. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued, spine slightly faded. ISBN 1872167233. A bright, clean copy.

Reference: 175390

 
MILES, Philip C. YESTERDAY'S HULL. £ 5.00

Lancaster. Dalesman Books. 1989. pp. 64. Well illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0852069863. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 369180

 
MITCHELL, Austin & Anne Tate. FISHERMEN. The Rise and Fall of Deep-Water Trawling. £ 12.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1997. pp. 155. Illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A very good copy. ISBN 187216787x

Reference: 215105

 
MITCHELL, Charles. THE LONG WATCH. A History of the Sailors' Children's Society 1821 - 1961. £ 10.00

The Sailors' Children's Society. 1961. pp. 124. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. D/W covered in clear plastic stuck down. A clean copy.

Reference: 133376

 
MONKMAN, Thomas Jefferson. LYRICS: Marine and Rural. £ 25.00

London. Simpkin, Marshall & Co; Hull. A. Brown & Sons. 1885. pp. (vi), 112. 8vo. Blue cloth, head & tail of spine slightly frayed. new endpapers.

Reference: 12174

 
MONSON-FITZJOHN, G.J. THE CITY OF THE THREE CROWNS being Letters upon Prominent Episodes in the History of Kingston upon Hull from the date of its First Charter onwards. £ 15.00

London. A. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 1927. pp. xv, 174. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Blue cloth, corners bumped, hinges gently rubbed. A reasonable copy.

Reference: 76781

 
NEAVE, David and Susan. HULL. Pevsner Architectural Guides. £ 11.00

New Haven & London. Yale University Press. (2010). pp. x, 254. Well illustrated in colour. 8vo. Paperback. NEW. ISBN 9780300141726

Reference: 17835

 
NEEDLER, Raymond. NEEDLERS OF HULL. £ 5.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1993. pp. 94. Well illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A very good copy. ISBN 1872167551

Reference: 107904

 
NEWLAND HIGH SCHOOL NEWLAND HIGH SCHOOL, Kingston upon Hull. Central Secondary School for Girls. 1907 - 1957. £ 10.00

Contributors are A.E. Hunter, Irene M. Lidgley, H.D. Pearson, Doris B. Lickes, Dorothea Bohlmann, Joyce N. Pogson, M.M. Lee, R.M. Heafford & E.E. Storey, L. Martin, L. Harrison, Theo Shepherdson, Amy Lidgley, K.E. Hermon, O. Groves,& Valerie P. Jones & Gillian Groves. Hull printers Ltd. (1957). pp. 62. 8 plates, further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Paperback, covers slightly foxed, a very good copy.

Reference: 396662

 
NEWLAND HIGH SCHOOL. NEWLAND HIGH SCHOOL. The first 75 years. £ 6.00

(1982). pp. 48. Well illustrated. Oblong 4to. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Corners slightly creased. A good copy.

Reference: 16445

 
PAGE, W.G.B. HISTORIC HULL HOUSES. £ 10.00

Hull. Eastern Morning and Hull News Co. Ltd. 1907. pp. 28. Illustrated. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. Slightly frail.

Reference: 9884

 
PAGE, W.G.B. NOTES ON EARLY HULL AUTHORS, BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS & STATIONERS. £ 16.00

Hull. For Private Circulation. 1930. pp. 18. Illustrated with line drawings. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued, corners bumped. Some minor foxing. Prevous owners name neatly inscribed on inside of front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 25948

 
PAGE, W.G.B. (Editor). THE HULL AND EAST RIDING PORTFOLIO. No. 1, Vol 1. Feb. 1st, 1887. £ 25.00

Hull. For the Editor by Chas H. Barnwell. 1887. pp. 32. Frontis, Folded (Detached). 4to. Original printed wrapper frayed. Slightly shabby, annotated on front cover but unusual to find an original part.

Reference: 74421

 
PAGE, W.G.B. (Editor). THE HULL AND EAST RIDING PORTFOLIO. No. 2, Vol 1. Apl. 1st, 1887. £ 25.00

Hull. For the Editor by Chas H. Barnwell. 1887. pp. 33 - 64. Frontis. 4to. Original printed wrapper frayed. Slightly shabby, annotated on front cover but unusual to find an original part

Reference: 235920

 
PARRY, David (Editor); Meadley, John. THE MEADLEY INDEX TO THE HULL ADVERTISER. £ 60.00

Humberside College of Higher Education. 1987. 2 vols. pp. (xiv), 324; (xii), 314. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper, spiral bound. Vol. 1 1826 - 1845; Vol 2 1846 - 1857.

Reference: 295320

 
PATRICK, George (Compiler). A PLAGUE ON YOU, SIR! A Community's Road to Health. £ 12.00

Hull. George Patrick. 1981. pp.vii, 335. 16 plates. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed and torn. ISBN 0950786802. Signed by the author on the front free endpaper. A good copy.

Reference: 47135

 
PAYNE, George. A SERMON PREACHED AT THE CHAPEL, IN FISH-STREET, Kingston - upon - Hull, January 8, 1809. £ 38.00

Hull. J. Ferraby. 1809. pp. 32. 8vo. Disbound. Some slight foxing. Ferraby was a prolific printer but this Sermon, which was published at the request of the Church, is not listed in Chilton. DNB. George Payne was born at Stow on the Wolds. His father, Alexander, was a founder of the Baptist Missionary Society. George was permanent co-adjutor to George Lambert in Hull from 1808 to 1812. He left Hull and was ordained at Edinburgh.

Reference: 15450

 
PEARSON, F.H. A New Edition with an Introduction by A.G. Credland. THE EARLY HISTORY OF HULL STEAM SHIPPING. £ 8.00

Howden. Mr Pye Books. 1984. pp. (iv), 100. 3 plates, 5 tables. 8vo. D/W, browned. Hull and District Institution of Engineers and Naval Architects.

Reference: 3492

 
PEASE, Joseph Robinson. THE JOURNAL OF JOSEPH ROBINSON PEASE 1822 - 1865. £ 10.00

Edited with an Introduction by J.D. Hicks. Original transcription by E.M. Lamb. Prepared for publication by Stephen Harrison and Arthur G. Credland. East Yorkshire Local History Society. 2000. pp. xvi, 270. 10 illustrations. Royal 8vo. Large format paperback. 50th anniversary volume. Previous owners name inside front cover. A very good copy. ISBN 900349522

Reference: 21590

 
PHILIP, Maurice. RHYMES OF HULL STREETS. £ 6.00

Manchester. Sherratt and Hughes. 1923. pp. 24. 8vo. Printed wraper, stapled as issued, slightly creased. Inscription scratched out on title page. A good copy.

Reference: 75060

 
PHILLIPSON & CO. GATES AND ORNAMENTAL IRON-WORK MADE TO ORDER. W. Phillipson & Co. Wilberforce Forge, 2 - 3 Perrott Street, off Salthouse Lane, Hull. £ 20.00

Circa 1960's Small trade catalogue with 14 very basic illustrations of iron work. 5 x 4.5 inches, stapled as issued.

Reference: 15146

 
PIERCY, M.J. POPULAR TALES illustrative of the Moral and Social Virtues displayed in the Lives of Eminent Individuals. £ 35.00

Hull. For the Author by John Mosley Stark; London. Groombridge & Sons. 1854. pp. (iv), 205. 8vo. Original cloth, unevenly faded. Rear hinge splitting but firm.

Reference: 82157

 
POLLARD, C.H. ANNUAL REPORT AND EPITOME OF THE CITY'S ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31ST MARCH 1940. £ 5.00

Hull. Kingston upon Hull City Treasurer. 1940. pp. 38. Illustrated with graphs. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued, slightly foxed. A good copy.

Reference: 82910

 
PORT OF HULL SOCIETY AND SAILOR'S ORPHAN HOMES. LIFEBELT AND ANCHOR. The Story of the Port of Hull Society and Sailors' Orphan Homes. £ 35.00

Introduce by Sir James Reckitt. Hull. Goddard, Walker & Brown Ltd for the Port of Hull Society and Sailors' Orphan Homes, Newland, Hull. ND Circa 1907/08. pp. (x), 176. 40 plates. Small 8vo. Blue cloth with gilt lettering and illustration, slightly marked. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A good copy.

Reference: 65633

 
PRIESTMAN, James Dent. WILLIAM DENT PRIESTMAN OF HULL AND THE FIRST OIL ENGINE. £ 8.00

University of Hull. 1994. pp. 32. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0859580393. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 105090

 
R.M. TRAWLER. £ 10.00

London. Methuen & Co. 1935. pp. (vi), 137. Frontis (map). 8vo. Green cloth, spine faded. Some minor foxing. A good copy.

Reference: 23651

 
RAILTON, Peter. HULL SCHOOLS IN VICTORIAN TIMES. The development of Education in the City of Kingston upon Hull during the 1800's. £ 8.00

Cottingham. Peter Railton. 1995. pp. 95. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0952651300. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 56692

 
RECKITT & SONS LTD. REMEMBRANCE. Reckitt & Sons Ltd 1914 - 19. Special Number of 'Ours'. The Magazine of Reckitts. £ 25.00

NP. ND. Circa 1920. pp. 60 unnumbered pages. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed, embossed wrapper stitched as issued. Includes a List of the Fallen giving their regiment, the date they joined the firm and their date of death; and a Roll of Honour giving their regiment, the date they joined the firm and the department theyworked in. A very good copy.

Reference: 6737

 
RECKITT, B. N. THE LINDLEY AFFAIR. A Diary of the Boer War. £ 6.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1972. pp. ix, 52. 8vo. Red cloth. Author's copy with his name on front free endpaper.

Reference: 9975

 
RECKITT, B.N WILLIAM RECKITT. An Eighteenth Century Quaker Transatlantic Traveller. His Journeys in America, England, France and the West Indies: from 1756. £ 10.00

York. Sessions Book Trust. 1989. pp. xii, 68. Illustrated with maps. 8vo. Paperback. Inscribed by the author on half title. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 16261

 
RECKITT, B.N. ANN RECKITT'S DIARY 1861 - 2. £ 8.00

Milnthorpee. Reckitt. For Private Circulation only. 2004. pp. 43. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0722336241. Diary of a trip to the South of France. A very good copy.

Reference: 10515

 
RECKITT, B.N. THE GARDEN VILLAGE HULL. A History. £ 10.00

Hull. Reckitt’s Heritage. 2002. pp. 23. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 13222

 
RECKITT, B.N. and G.M. Atherton. A HISTORY OF THE SIR JAMES RECKITT CHARITY 1921 - 1999. £ 8.00

For Private Circulation. 2000 pp. (xii), 62. Frontis, 5 plates. 8vo. Dark blue cloth. Revised edition. A very good clean copy, B.N. Reckitt's copy with his name on the front free endpaper.

Reference: 10807A

 
RECKITT, Basil N. THE HISTORY OF RECKITT AND SONS LIMITED. £ 5.00

London. A. Brown and Sons Ltd. 1951. pp. xvi, 113. 23 illustrations. 8vo. D/W, frayed. A good clean copy.

Reference: 3453

 
REEVES, Valerie A. and Valerie Showan. DAN BILLANY. Hull's lost hero. £ 10.00

Hull. Kingston Press. 1999. pp. (xii), 170. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1902039017. A very good copy.

Reference: 16084

 
RICHARDSON, Jennifer. 'A MUCKY LITTLE TYKE'. Rene's Story 1903 - 1916. The biography of Rene Clancey as told by her daughter. £ 3.00

Hull. Local History Unit. 1992. pp. (iii), 22, (iv). Illustrated. A4. Paper spine.

Reference: 16001

 
RICHTER, Mrs H.W. THE NUN, and Other Poems. £ 120.00

Hull. W.R. Goddard. 1841. pp. xii, 184. 8vo. Contemporary cloth, spine relaid, new endpapers. Unknown to Chilton who states that ‘After the break with Brown, Goddard joined forces with Henry Quin ....... produced a newspaper of their own, the Hull and East Riding Times. ........ The firm had more success with the contract for the Theatre Royal bills........... Only one other publication bears the imprint of W.R. Goddard, a 33 page pamphlet entitled Copy of the deed of Settlement of the Advowson of the Holy Trinity Church in Kingston upon Hull’. It is would appear that this book is unrecorded

Reference: 15609

 
RIGG, Jack. A BRUSH WITH SHIPPING. A Collection of Sketches & Paintings. £ 6.00

Text edited by Mike Ulyatt. Hull. Richmond & Rigg. 1995. pp. 79. Fully illustrated in colour. Oblong royal 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1872167756. A very good copy.

Reference: 23196

 
ROBINSON, Arthur R.B. THE COUNTING HOUSE. Thomas Thompson of Hull 1754 - 1828 & his Family. £ 5.00

York. William Sessions Ltd. 1992. pp. xi, 120. 22 illustrations. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 1850721025. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 11520

 
ROSE DOWNS & THOMPSON LTD. AT THE TAIL OF TWO CENTURIES being the brief history of the foundation and development of Rose Downs & Thompson Ltd. £ 20.00

Hull & London. Rose Downs & Thompson Ltd. (Circa 1948). pp. 28. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good copy.

Reference: 74515

 
ROSS, John. A NARRATIVE OF A VOYAGE BY CAPTAIN ROSS, in the years 1829, 30, 32, 32, and 33, to discover a North-West Passage from the Eastern to the Western Ocean; in which is given detailed particulars of the many unparallelled sufferings experienced by himself and his undaunted crew, during his abode in those extremely inclement regions; the loss of the Victory Steam Ship: the discovery of the North Pole; and the happy rescue of Captain Ross and his crew by the Isabella, a whale ship from Hull, by which they safely returned to their native country. £ 12.00

York. K Books. (1972?) pp. 24. 1 plate folded. 8vo. D/W. Facsimile reprint of the 1835 edition. ISBN 085963003x. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 15561

 
ROWLEY, Jennifer C. THE HULL WHALE FISHERY. £ 5.00

North Ferriby. Lockington Publishing Co. 1982. pp. (iii), 66. Illustrated. 8vo. Wrapper, stapled as issued.

Reference: 24316

 
RUMSBY, John H. HULL CITY MUSEUMS CATALOGUE OF BRITISH WAR MEDALS. £ 10.00

Kingston upon Hull. Museums and Art Galleries. 1982. pp. 36. Illustrated. 4to. Printed wrapper, front marked, stapled as issued. Kingston upon Hull. Museums and Art Galleries Bulletin No.14.

Reference: 16016

 
RUSSELL, Stuart. DARK WINTER. The Story of the Hull Triple Trawler Tragedy, 1968. £ 16.00

Hull Daily Mail Publications Ltd. 1997. pp. 102. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 190177208X. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 21719

 
RUSSELL, Stuart. HEROES, VILLAINS & VICTIMS of Hull and the East Riding. £ 5.00

Derby. Breedon Books Publishing C. Ltd. 2003. pp. 157. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1859833675. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 92640

 
RUTHERFORD, Iain HULL AS IT WAS. £ 10.00

Nelson. Hendon Publishing Co. Ltd. 1982. pp. (44). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Very good copy. ISBN 0860670783

Reference: 66840

 
SAGAR, Ron. TALES OF A HULL CITY POLICE RECRUIT. A Bobby on the beat in the 1950s. £ 6.00

Beverley. Highgate Publcations Ltd. 2000. pp. vi, 104.Frontis, further illustrations in the text (cartoons). 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1902645197. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 8971

 
SAUNDERS, Major R. HISTORY OF THE HULL ARTILLERY. £ 55.00

Hull. Walker & Brown. 1907. pp. (xi), 71, (lxxix) unnumber of appendices. Frontis, 14 plates, 1 folded appendix. 8vo. Boards, spine rubbed and with later label. Some minor foxing. A reasonable copy.

Reference: 24342

 
SAVERY, Constance. THREE HOUSES IN BEVERLEY ROAD. £ 5.00

london. Lutterworth Press. 1950. pp. 126. Frontis. 8vo. D/W, frayed. Gateway Series.

Reference: 10855

 
SCHADLA-HALL, Tim. TOM SHEPPARD. Hull's Great Collector. £ 8.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 1989. pp.38. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. A very good copy. Previous owners name on front cover ISBN 0948929227

Reference: 2097731

 
SCOTT, John. THE FATAL CONSEQUENCES OF LICENTIOUSNESS: A SERMON, preached, March 18, 1810, at the Sunday Evening Lecture, in the Holy Trinity Church, and, on the Tuesday evening following, in St. John's Church, at Kingston-upon-Hull; on occasion of the Trial of a young woman of that Town, for the alleged murder of her illegitimate child. £ 35.00

Hull. For the Author by J. Ferraby. 1810. pp. iv, 44. 12mo. Original wrappers, grubby and frayed. Some foxing. Chilton p.lxi. The young woman was sentenced to 5 months imprisonment. John Scott held the living of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin in Lowgate.

Reference: 2604

 
SCULCOATES, St. Mary's. MINUTES OF VESTRY MEETINGS. £ 35.00

April 17th 1876 - April 8th 1920. pp. 81 unnumber pages of manuscript with further unused pages. Small 4to. Floppy cloth boards, marked, spine frayed. The manuscript is written in different hands with occasional typescript tipped in, also tipped in two printed notices and a printed letter from the Home Office thanking the Sunday School children for their concern regarding the King's health in 1902. The manuscript is of annual entries saying very litle except proposing thanks to various people for their work, which does give the names of people involved with the church. The tipped in typed notes of 1906 state that the vestry meeting 'pledges it self to do all in its power to oppose the Education Bill.'

Reference: 10622

 
SEVEN SEAS HEALTH CARE LTD. A HISTORY OF BRITISH COD LIVER OILS. The First 50 Years with Seven Seas. £ 10.00

Cambridge. Martin Books for Seven Seas health Care Ltd. 1984. pp. 64. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapeer stapled as issued. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 9673

 
SHEAHAN, James Joseph. HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND PORT OF KINGSTON -UPON-HULL. £ 40.00

Beverley. John Green. (1866). pp. (viii), 796. Folded frontis, 13 plates. 8vo. Original cloth, new spine with remnants of old spine relaided, new endpapers. 2nd Edition. There is an additional plate to those listed opposite p 673 of The Wilberforce Monument. Barnard p17

Reference: 3443

 
SHEAHAN, James Joseph. HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND PORT OF KINGSTON -UPON-HULL. £ 55.00

Beverley. John Green. (1866). pp. (viii), 796, (i) addenda. Folded frontis taped in, 13 plates, 1 pedigree. 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards, edges rubbed. The text block is becoming loose from the binding, but it is still a solid copy.2nd Edition. There is an additional plate to those listed opposite p 673 of The Wilberforce Monument. Barnard p17

Reference: 3443

 
SHEPPARD, T. ANDREW MARVELL TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS AT HULL. A Record. £ 12.00

Hull and LOndon. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1922. pp. 21. Folded frontis, urther illustrations in the text. 8vo. Printed wrapper stitched as issued. A very good copy.

Reference: 8899

 
SHEPPARD, T. CITY & COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. The Third Port of the United Kingdom. British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, 1925; Hull Civic Fortnight, July 7th to July 20th. £ 20.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd (Printer). (1925). pp. 40. 2 monochrome and 8 colour plates, all tipped in; further line drawings within the text. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stitched as issued, with a decorative bow. A very good copy.

Reference: 26201

 
SHEPPARD, T. THE CORRECT ARMS OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL. £ 20.00

Hull. A Brown & Sons, Ltd. (1917). pp. vii, 47. Illusrations in the text. 8vo. Green cloth, spine repaired.

Reference: 25722

 
SHEPPARD, Thomas. EVOLUTION OF THE DRAMA IN HULL AND DISTRICT. £ 20.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1927. pp. xii, 253. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Green cloth, gilt decoration, spine slightly faded, previous owners name on front free enpaper. A very good copy

Reference: 3493

 
SIBREE, James. FIFTY YEARS' RECOLLECTIONS OF HULL; or Half - a - Century of Public Life and Ministry. £ 30.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons. 1884. pp. 133. Frontis, 5 illustrations. Small 8vo. Original blue cloth, spine dulled. A very good copy. Barnard p 38.

Reference: 74080

 
SMITH, Anthony D.C. HORSLEY, SMITH & COMPANY 1871 - 1971. £ 20.00

Kingston upon Hull. Horsley Smith & Jewson Ltd. 1971. pp. vi. 128. 2 plates, 3 family trees. 4to. Paperback. Previous owners' name inside front cover. A very good copy.

Reference: 3704

 
SMITH, David Alexander. FORGOTTEN HULL 3. A Selection of Photographs 1890s - 1930s. £ 25.00

Hull. Kingston Press. (Hull City Council Library Services). 2012. pp. 127. Well illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 9781902039213. A very good, clean copy signed by the author on the title page.

Reference: 19635

 
SMITH, John E. THE SHOP FOR THE PEOPLE. Two Centuries of Co-Operative Enterprise in Hull and East Yorkshire. £ 4.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1998. pp. 152. Well illustrated. 4to. Paperback.

Reference: 121194

 
ST MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL. ST MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL, HULL. Beginnings & Endings. 1905 - 1988. £ 6.00

Hull. St. Mary's High School. (1988). pp. 50. Illustrated with photographs and adverts. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 9591

 
STEEL, The Hon Mr Justice David. FORMAL INVESTIGATION REPORT. The Merchant Shipping Act 1995. FV Gaul. Re-Opened Formal Investigation. £ 45.00

The Assessors: Dr David Aldwinckle, Peter Craven, & Alan Hopper. London. HMSO for the Department for Transport. 2004. pp. xxxi, 340. Illustrated with photographs and diagrams. A4. Paperback including a CD and DVD. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0117034444

Reference: 68987

 
STEPHENSON, W. Bro. Gordon E. THE HISTORY OF THE RECONSTRUCTION AND RE-DECORATION OF THE TEMPLE AT MINERVA LODGE, DAGGER LANE, HULL DURING 1958. £ 6.00

Privately Printed. Circa 1968. pp. 12. 2 sketches. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 72012

 
STOREY, Arthur. HULL TRINITY HOUSE HISTORY OF PILOTAGE AND NAVIGATIONAL AIDS of the River Humber (1512 - 1908). £ 8.00

Driffield. The Ridings Publishing Co. 1971. pp. (v), 154. 41 illustrations. 4to. D/W.

Reference: 1023

 
STOREY, Arthur. TRINITY HOUSE OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. £ 10.00

Grimsby. Albert Gait, Ltd. (1967). pp. 146. 24 illustrations. 8vo. D/W, marked and torn. Inscribed by the author 'Miss Major - the first lady to be Lord Mayor of Kingston upon Hull. Arthur Storey'.

Reference: 19071D

 
STOREY, Arthur. TRINITY HOUSE OF KINGSTON UPON HULL. £ 10.00

Grimsby. Albert Gait, Ltd. (1967). pp. 146. 24 illustrations. 8vo. D/W.

Reference: 19071

 
STORY, James Capes. LADS OF KINGSTON. A Tale of a Seaport Town. £ 10.00

London. S.W. Partridge & Co. (1888). pp. 160, 16 of adverts. Frontis, further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Pictorial cloth. A very good copy.

Reference: 85960

 
STRACHAN, Malcolm M. & Harold Ainley. (Editors). HODGSON, HARRIS & CO. Some Memories. £ 12.00

Privately Printed. 1998. pp. (iv), 62, (vi), 4, (xv). Illustrated. A4. Ringback spine. A very good copy.

Reference: 70522

 
SWIFT, Nick. THE HOUSEMARTINS. 'Now that's what I call quite good'. The Authorised Biography. £ 12.00

Tales from Humberside. 1988. pp. 100. Well illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0711915172. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 15340

 
SYKES, W & J. Richardson. HISTORY OF THE STREETS OF HULL. Collected by Mr W. Sykes from Mr J. Richardson's mss. £ 25.00

Reprinted from the Hull and East Yorkshire Times. 1915. pp. 22. 4to. Printed wrapper stapled as issue. Slightly frayed and fragile.

Reference: 79350

 
SYMONS, Alderman John. KINGSTONIANA: being Historical Gleanings and Personal Recollections. £ 20.00

Hull. The Eastern Morning News Co. Ltd. 1889. pp. (xii), 140, errata leaf. Frontis, 19 plates and 1 folded map with a small tear. 4to. Pale blue cloth, slightly dusty. Barnard p 42.

Reference: 13067B

 
SYMONS, Alderman John. KINGSTONIANA: being Historical Gleanings and Personal Recollections. £ 20.00

Hull. The Eastern Morning News Co. Ltd. 1889. pp. (xi), 140, errata leaf. Frontis, 19 plates and 1 folded map, repaired with tape. 4to. Red cloth, spine slightly faed. Top edge gilt. Barnard p 42.

Reference: 13067R

 
SYMONS, John. HIGH-STREET, HULL, Some Years Since, and Biograhical Sketches, interspersed with Historical Accounts of The Dock Company - The Town, ancient and modern - Siege - Hospitals - Guilds, etc. £ 50.00

Kingston-upon -Hull. J.W. Leng. 1862. pp. (v),183. Frontis, folded, edge slightly dusty, 6 plates, one of which is folded. 8vo in 4’s. Half calf, marbled boards. Front hinge beginning to split but still firm. Barnard p17

Reference: 9667

 
SYMONS, John. HULLINIA: or Selections from Local History: including The Siege of Hull, Our Ancient Churchyards, and Past Poets of Hull. £ 60.00

Kingston - upon - Hull. W. Adams; London. Kent & Co. 1872. pp. viii, 152. 9 plates. 8vo.Original blind stamped cloth with black & gilt decoration. head and tail of spine rubbed. A four page letter from the author dated May 10th 1889 loosely inserted. 'Dear Sir, Yours to hand for which I heartily thank you. Your query shew to me that you are a shrewd historical student. High St. was published in 1862, a quarter of a century ago, and would you believe it no one to my knowledge have found out, before the glaring error, mistakes will creep in to all historical works.......' The letter is about an error in Symons High Street, Hull published in 1862. A good and interesting copy. Barnard p31.

Reference: 34960

 
TADMAN, Francis G. HULL'S WHO'S WHO 1935. £ 20.00

Hull and London. Goddard, Walker & Brown Ltd. 1935. pp. 127. Illustrated with photographs and adverts. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, stapled as issued internally, staples a little rusty. Title attached to cover rather than main text block. A good copy.

Reference: 233200

 
TARDREW, The Rev. T.H. THE STORY OF NEWINGTON PARISH CHURCH, HULL. £ 12.00

Together with a Foreword by the Lord Archbisahop of York and Appendices by the Misses Geadhill, the Rev. A. Curtis, and Mr T.J. Rees. London. A. Brown & Sons, Ltd. (1928). pp.xii, 70. Frontis, 17 plates. 8vo. Later cloth.

Reference: 27655

 
TESSEYMAN, Wm. P.M. 57and Bro. Henry Best. (Compilers). HUMBER LODGE, No. 57. Synopsis of Records 1809 - 1903. £ 25.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1903. pp. (iv), vii, 81. 8vo. Pale blue cloth, gilt decoration, all edges gilt, spine slightly dulled. A very good copy.

Reference: 100170

 
THEOPHILUS. DAGON TOTTERING; or, The State Church in Danger; or, a seasonable hint to a disconsolate churchman. Including a remark or two on the conduct of The Hull Memorialists, touching the manner of the getting up of their memorial, and signing and forwarding the same to Earl Grey. £ 65.00

Bound with:- NONCON. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRESENT CONTROVERSY between Church and the Dissenters; and MARVEL, Andrew Junior. THE RIGHTS OF OUR NATIONAL CHURCH, and six reasons for maintaining them against the encroachments of dissenters. Hull. Goodwill and Lawson; William Kennedy (1834). 3 pamphlets bound together. pp. 24; 12; 35. First with frontis. 12mo. Disbound. Chilton p. lxviii & li.

Reference: 194530

 
THOMPSON, Michael. FISH DOCK: The Story of St. Andrew's Dock Hull. £ 8.00

With an Introduction by Arthur G. Credland. Beverley. Hutton Press. 1989. pp. 118. Illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A very good, clean copy. ISBN 0907033873

Reference: 71990

 
THOMPSON, W.H. EARLY CHAPTERS IN HULL METHODISM. 1746 - 1800. £ 30.00

London. Charles H. Kelly; Hull. A.T.K. Fretwell. 1895. pp. vii, 77. 4 plates. 8vo. Blue cloth. A very good copy. Barnard p46.

Reference: 4508

 
TICKELL, Rev John. THE HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL from its Foundation in the Reign of Edward the First to the Present Time. With a Description of Part of the Adjacent Country. Embellished With engraved Views of Public Buildings, an Ancient and Modern Plan of the Town, And several Antiquities. £ 200.00

Hull. Thomas Lee & Co. 1798. pp. x, 940. Frontis & 17 plates as called for, one folding plate repaired and one plate badly foxed. pp549/550 torn with long thin hole affecting text. Large Post 4to. Modern half calf, marbled boards. New endpapers. Some foxing. Boyne p 161.

Reference: 4748

 
TICKELL, Rev John. THE HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND COUNTY OF KINGSTON UPON HULL from its Foundation in the Reign of Edward the First to the Present Time. With a Description of Part of the Adjacent Country. Embellished With engraved Views of Public Buildings, an Ancient and Modern Plan of the Town, And several Antiquities. £ 250.00

Hull. Thomas Lee & Co. 1798. pp. x, 924, 925* - 932*, 925 - 940. Frontis & 17 plates as called for plus an additional 8 plates taken from Hadley's A New and Complete History of the Town and County of the Town of Kingston upon Hull, 1778. Large Post 4to. Full calf, respined rather plainly. A solid and interesting copy. Boyne p 161.

Reference: 4748EX

 
TODD, C.S. INCIDENTS IN THE HISTORY OF KINGSTON - UPON - HULL from the Accession of Henry 7th to the Death of Henry 8th. A Lecture delivered by C.S. Todd before the Literary and Philosophical Society, 1868. £ 20.00

London. Longman & Co; Hull. Thornton & Pattinson. 1869. pp. (iii), 129. 8vo. Quarter cloth, printed boards. With a printed presentation plate signe dby the author to J. Enderby Jackson. Barnard p 18.

Reference: 6542

 
TOULMIN, Vanessa. HULL FAIR - FUN FOR ALL. An illustrated history of Hull Fair in the 20th century. £ 12.00

Oldham. World's Fair. 1999. pp. (x), xxii, 120. Well illustrated. Royal 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0950141453. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 173510

 
TOWNEND, John. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. 100 Years of the House of Townend. £ 5.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 2006. pp. iv, 80. Illustrtae with photographs. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 1902645464. Signed by author on title page. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 64190

 
TRAVIS-COOK, J. NOTES ON THE ORIGIN OF KINGSTON-UPON-HULL. And of the Port of Hull, also on the Camin Charter, The Meaux Register (including the "Old" River Hull Tradition), and glimpses of Mediæval Hull. £ 20.00

London. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. (1909). pp. x, 68, 69 - 75 of Notes appear to be a later printing on one side of page only, but bound into the original binding. Frontis, 2 plates. 8vo. Original red cloth, spine faded.

Reference: 4930a

 
TRAVIS-COOK, J. NOTES RELATIVE TO THE MANOR OF MYTON. £ 45.00

Hull. A.Brown & Sons. 1890. pp. xvi, 220, (ii) of adverts. Frontis, 3 folded maps, of which one is repaired on the reverse with black tape. 8vo. Green cloth. Small paper edition of 300. A bright copy. Barnard p43.

Reference: 3483

 
TRAVIS-COOK, J. THE STORY OF THE DE LA POLES. £ 18.00

Hull. Eastern Morning News Co. 1888. pp. 7, 62. Frontis, tipped in with archival tape. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued, staples rusty, slightly worn at head & tail of spine. A good copy. Barnard p41.

Reference: 230038pb

 
TUNSTALL, Jeremy. THE FISHERMEN. £ 8.00

London. MacGibbon & Kee. 1972. pp. 294. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. 3rd impression. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0261615866

Reference: 45618

 
ULYATT, Michael E. LIFE IN OLD HULL. A Photographic Recollection. £ 10.00

Clapham, Lancs. Dalesman Books. 1983. pp. 64. Well illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. Previous owners name inside front cover. A good copy. ISBN 0852067364

Reference: 63459

 
VINE, Philip A. KHCT 1899 - 1979. An Illustrated History of Kingston upon Hull City Transport. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull City Transport. 1979. pp. 40. Well illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 73660

 
WALKER, J.E.S. HULL & EAST RIDING CLOCKS AND WATCHES and their London origins including a Directory of their Makers before 1900. £ 5.00

Prepared for an Exhbition at the Court Room of the Town Docks Museum, Kingston upon Hull 6th Mareech to 3rd May 1982. Hornsea Museum Publication. 1982. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. As new. ISBN 0950795615

Reference: 11967

 
WATSON, Nigel. THROUGH TIDES & TIME. The Story of John Good & Sons Ltd. 175 Years of a Family Business. £ 10.00

Leyburn. St. Matthew's Press. 2007. pp. 74. Well illustrated. Royal 4to. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0954378229

Reference: 156930

 
WAYNE, Doreen. THE LOVE STRIKE. £ 25.00

London & New York. W.H. Allen. 1971. pp. 285. 8vo. D/W, very slightly frayed. ISBN 0491000774. A very good, clean copy. The Author's Note reads: I' first got the idea for this novel from a newspaper report which turned out to be complete untrue. It claimed that a woman was advocating a love strike by trawlermen's wives as part of a campaign against conditions in the fishing industry. In fact Lilian Bilocca, the remarkable and courageous woman referred to in that report, is far too sensible to have thought in those terms. But the idea intrigued me, and when later I met 'Big Lil" I asked her to let me portray her in a novel, and she agreed. However, the character of Rosie took on a life of her own and she bears only a very superficial resemblance to Lil, becoming involved in activities that Lil would never have considered for a moment.....'

Reference: 197910

 
WHITAKER, W. ONE LINE OF THE PURITAN TRADITION IN HULL. Bowl Alley Lane Chapel. £ 20.00

London. Philip Green. 1910. pp. 148. Frontis. Small 8vo. Green cloth. Previous owners name and date on inside of front board. A very good copy

Reference: 18782

 
WHITE, F. & Co. GENERAL DIRECTORY OF KINGSTON - UPON - HULL. AND THE CITY OF YORK, With Directories and Historical and descriptive sketches of Scarbro', Malton, Beverley, Driffield, Bridlington, Hornsea, Patrington, Hedon, Pocklington, Market-Weighton, Caves, Howden, Goole, Selby, Thorne, Barton, Gainsbro', Great Grimsby, and of most of the principle villages and parishes in the East Riding, with the entire of Holderness, etc, etc. £ 120.00

Sheffield. For the Authors by J. Blurton. 1846. pp. (ii), 539, (xxvi) of adverts. 12mo in 6s. Modern brown cloth, new endpapers. A very good copy.

Reference: 69340

 
WHITE, Thomas. AN ENQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN AND MANAGEMENT OF THE HOSPITALS, ALMS-HOUSES, AND OTHER CHARITIES OF KINGSTON UPON HULL, contained in a letter to our worthy representatives M.D. Hill Esq. and W. Hutt, Esq. £ 175.00

Hull. William Kennedy. 1833. pp. iv, 97, errata. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, front hinges rubbed but firm. pp. i - iv which is the title and preface is duplicated. The first is grubby and with the previous owners name stamped at the bottom and with MS notes on the verso; the second title is clean but with another earlier owner's name inscribed across it 'Thompson Cooks Balington, Solicitor Hull 1882'. Occasional ink marks in text. A good copy.

Reference: 64990

 
WHITE, Wm. DIRECTORY, GUIDE, AND ANNALS OF KINGSTON - UPON - HULL, Scarborough, Bridlington, Flambro', Filey, Hornsea, and the Towns and Ports connected with the Rivers Humber, Ouse, and Trent; £ 140.00

Including Grimsby, Louth, Barton, Brigg, Gainsborough, Goole, Howden, Selby, Thorne, Snaith, Market-Weighton, Pocklington, Beverley, Caves, Driffield, Hedon, Patrington, and the adjacent Towns,Villages, and Ferries; etc. Sheffield. For William White. 1831. pp. (3), viii - lxxii, 352. 12mo. Full calf, respined with label. Text slightly browned through out. Previous owners address label inside front board. f A very good copy. Pagination matches that of the copy in the British Library.

Reference: 99880

 
WILBERFORCE, Yvette. WILLIAM WILBERFORCE. An Essay. £ 12.00

Privately Printed. 1967. pp. (iii), xi, 26, (iv). Frontis, 2 plates. Royal 8vo. Printed covers, ring bound spine. Limited edition of 250 copies.

Reference: 75192

 
WILDRIDGE, T. Tindall. AN ACCOUNT OF THE HONORARY FREEDOM of the Town and County of the town of Kingston upon Hull with Portraits. £ 45.00

Hull. William Andrews & Co., the Hull Press. 1891. pp. (v), 100. 8 lates. 8vo. Quarter red calf, cloth boards. Head of spine chipped.

Reference: 12955

 
WILDRIDGE, T. Tindall. (Editor). THE HULL LETTERS printed from A Collection of Original Documents found among the Borough Archives in the Town Hall, Hull 1884, during the progress of the work of indexing. Period: The Reign of Charles I until His Imprisonment, 1625 - 1646. £ 30.00

Hull. Wildridge & Co. (1886). pp. xvi, 199. 8vo. Brown cloth.

Reference: 3487

 
WILLIAMS, H. Montague. HISTORY OF THE LORD BOLTON LODGE OF FREEMASONS. No. 3263 Hull 1907 - 1950. £ 30.00

(Hull. A. Brown & Son?). (1950?). pp. viii, 79. 2 plates. 8vo. Blue cloth. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 8772

 
WILLIAMSON, Paul & Derek Hilton. THE GOOD OLD DAYS. £ 5.00

Hull and Beverley. Hull Daily Mail and Hutton Press. 1991. pp. 80. Well illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A very good copy. Previous owners name inside front cover. ISBN 1872167241

Reference: 67632

 
WILSON, Isaac. MISCELLANIES, in Prose and Verse; consisting of The Inspector, A Periodical Paper; and Poems; chiefly published in the Hull Advertiser. £ 60.00

Kingston-upon-Hull. For the Author. 1829. pp. x, 360. 8vo in 4’s. Contemporary cloth, spine with paper label relaid. New endpapers. Chilton p181, lxxv. This was Wilson’s longest work.

Reference: 65126

 
WILSON, John. WILL OF MR JOHN WILSON. £ 10.00

9th May 1855. Single sheet - 16" x 12.5" folded. The will of John Wilson of Short Street, Kingston upon Hull, Labourer. The beneficiaries are his daughters Jane Wilson, Catherine - married to Frank Jarrett Kittle; Ann - married to John Hargreaves; Harriet - married to John Fisher, and his son John Wilson. The execuror of the will is George Cockerill of Osborne Street, Kingston upon Hull.

Reference: 27702

 
WOOD, Herbert. FLOOD TIDE AND EBB. An Autobiography. £ 12.00

London & Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1946. pp. viii, 150. Frontis, 7 plates, 6 line drawings. 8vo. D?W, slightly torn. Autobiography of a Hull man with a strong interest in sailing.

Reference: 11052

 
WOODCOCK, Rev. Henry. THE HERO OF THE HUMBER; or the History of John Ellerthorpe (Foreman of the Humber Dock Gates, Hull). £ 65.00

Being a record of remarkable incidents in his career as a sailor; his conversion and christian usefulness; his unequalled skill as a swimmer, and his exploits on the water, with a minute account of his deeds of daring in saving, with his own hands, on separate and distinct occasions, upwards of forty persons from death by drowning: With appropriate reflections. London. Elliot Stock. 1868. pp. (iv), vii, iv, 181, (iii) of adverts. Frontis. Small 8vo. Original maroon, blind stamped cloth with gilt decoration, spine faded. A very good copy.

Reference: 7597

 
WOODHOUSE, Samuel. THE QUEEN OF THE HUMBER; or, Legends Historical, Traditional, and Imaginary, relating to Kingston upon Hull. A Poem in Ten Cantos. £ 20.00

London. Henry S. Philips & Co: Hull. M.C. Peck & Sons. 1884. pp. (viii), 223. Frontis. 8vo. Green cloth with gilt decoration. All edges gilt. Barnard p 38.

Reference: 7027

 
WRIGGLESWORTH, Edmund. BROWN'S ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO HULL. £ 6.00

Wakefield. EP Publishing Ltd. 1972. pp. 224, (xxiv) of adverts. Illustrated. Small 8vo. Red cloth. ISBN 0854098321. A very good copy lacking its dust wrapper.

Reference: 10593

 
WRIGGLESWORTH, Edmund. BROWN'S ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO HULL. £ 10.00

Wakefield. EP Publishing Ltd. 1972. pp. 224, (xxiv) of adverts. Illustrated. Small 8vo. D/W. ISBN 0854098321. A very good copy.

Reference: 10593dw

 
WRIGHT, Trevelyan. (Editor). VOICES OF HULL. Real-Life stories from the Hull City Play. £ 6.00

Pictures edited by Alison Darnbrough. Hull. Humberside Leisure Services. 1992. pp. (vi), 151. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Humberside Heritage Publications No 22.

Reference: 17892

 
YEADON, W.B. MORE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE RAILWAYS OF HULL. £ 6.00

Oldham. Challenger Publications. 1995. pp. 112. Well illustrated in monochrome. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 1899624031

Reference: 39206

 
YOUNG, Angus. MORE MURDERS OF HULL. Capital Crimes. £ 5.00

Hull Daily Mail Publications Ltd. 1995. pp. 102. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0951047060. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 7171

 
YOUNG, Angus. MURDERS OF HULL. £ 5.00

Hull Daily Mail Publications Ltd. 1995. pp. 118. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0951947036. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 70400

 
YOUNG, Horace William. YOUNG AT HEART. The Autobiography of Horace William Young (of Hull and Skidby) Period: 1904 - 1987. £ 10.00

Hull. The Author. 1987. pp. vi, 62. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good copy.

Reference: 13126

 
YOUNGER, William & Co. Ltd. YE OLDE WHITE HARTE. The Ancient Palace of the Military Governors of Kyngston upon Hull. £ 6.00

WilliamYounger & Co. Ltd. ND. Circa 1937. pp. 24. Illustrated. 4.5ins x 6 ins. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. 21st edition. History of the pub and an advertisment for the brewery. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 8140

 
 
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