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(CARVER, R.B, J.M. Fenwick, J.W. Graystone, F.G. Page & C.W. Thirsk. Compilers). A HISTORY OF THE 10TH (SERVICE) BATTALION THE EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT (HULL COMMERCIALS) 1914 - 1919. £ 75.00

London & Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1937. pp. xix, 204. Frontis, 39 illustrations, 5 maps. 8vo. Blue cloth. A very good copy.

Reference: 29389

 
(CHRISTIE, Graham). ALL SAINTS' CHURCH ROOS IN HOLDERNESS. Historical and Descriptive Notes with a short History of the Barony de Ros. £ 6.00

Roos Parochial Church Council. 1968. pp. 18. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Revised edition. A very good copy.

Reference: 11766

 
(COLBY, Major Thomas). ORDINANCE SURVEY MAP. Old Series Sheet 85. Mouth of the Humber. £ 50.00

Only west half present, eastern half is all sea. West margin completely missing, south margin trimmed with some loss of information. State 6 or 7. Pre 1854. 1inch to the mile. Linen backed.

Reference: 30552

 
(NEWTON, Rev. R.) FRANK USHER or Soldiers of the Cross. A Story of Flamborough Head. £ 5.00

London. John F. Shaw & Co. (1904?) pp. (viii), 180, (iv)of adverts. 2plates. 8vo. Pictorial cloth, faded. Edge of text block browned, slightly frail. New Edition.

Reference: 32496

 
(SAVILE, Christopher). THE TRIAL OF CHRISTOPHER ATKINSON, ESQ; Member of Parliament for Heydon in Yorkshire, and late Cornfactor to His Majesty's Victualling-Board, for Perjury. Tried in the Court of King's Bench, before the Right Honourable William Earl of Mansfield, and a Special Jur, On th Nineteenth Day of July, 1783. Taken in short hand by W. Williamson. £ 75.00

London. Sold by J. Debret. 1783. pp. 91. 8vo. Disbound. Last leaf with hole not affecting text. Lacking half-title. ESTC T087868

Reference: 7184

 
(STEAD, Richard). HOLDERNESS AND THE HOLDERNESSIANS. A Few Notes on the History, Topography, Dialect, Manners and Customs of the District by a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. £ 60.00

London. Trubner & Co; Hull. William Hunt. 1878. pp. 121, vi. Small 8vo. Later cloth and endpapers.

Reference: 40718

 
(THOMPSON, Thomas). OCELLUM PROMONTORIUM; or, Short Observations on the Ancient State of Holderness. £ 275.00

With HISTORIC FACTS, relative to the Sea Port and Market Town of Ravenspurne, in Holderness. Hull. Thomas Topping. 1821/1822. pp. 286. Frontis - folded, with small tear, engraved title, 5 plates, 1 illustration in text. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, hinges slightly rubbed, spine slightly dry. Some offsetting, otherwise an excellant copy. Boyne p 169. The pagination is continuous between the two parts. Historic Facts has a seperate title page.

Reference: 15852

 
(WATERS, G.C) Compiler. WITHERNSEA AND ITS SCHOOLS 1878 - 1978. A Collection of writings about Withernsea and disctrict and the education provided over one hundred years. £ 6.00

Withernsea Schools Centenary Committee. (1978). pp. 106. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued, corners slightly bent. Previous owners name on first advert leaf. A good copy, slightly tired.

Reference: 15070

 
AIRSHIP GUARANTEE COMPANY LTD. AIRSHIP R.100. Designed and Constructed by the Airship Guarantee Company Ltd. Howden Yorkshire. £ 10.00

Howden. Mr Pye Books. 1983. pp. 24. 8 plates. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Facsimile reprint of the 1929 brochure with 4 additional plates. ISBN 0946289018. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 69830

 
ALLISON, K.J. THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE LANDSCAPE. £ 10.00

London. Hodder & Stoughton. 1976. pp. 272. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. Inscription on front free endpaper. The Making of the English Landscape Series edited by W.G. Hoskins & Roy Millward. A good copy. ISBN 0340158212

Reference: 225898

 
ALLISON, K.J. (Editor). A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK EAST RIDING. VOLUME II. £ 65.00

For The Institute of Historical research by Oxford University Press. 1974. pp. xvi, 365. Frontis, 42 illustrations, 3 further in text, 12 maps & plans. Royal 8vo. D/W. Covers Bridlington, Flamborough & Filey areas - Dickering Wapentake. A very good copy. ISBN 0197227384

Reference: 35322

 
ALLISON, K.J. (Editor). A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK. EAST RIDING VOLUME III. £ 30.00

Oxford. For The Institute of Historical Research by Oxford University Press. 1976. pp. xvi, 220. Frontis, 37 illustrations, 15 maps & plans. Royal 8vo. D/W, torn. The Victoria History of the Counties of England edited by R.B. Pugh.

Reference: 5338

 
ALLISON, K.J. (Editor). A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK. EAST RIDING VOLUME IV. £ 45.00

Oxford. For The Institute of Historical Research by Oxford University Press. 1979. pp. xvi, 187. Frontis, 35 illustrations, 18 maps. Royal 8vo. D/W. The Victoria History of the Counties of England edited by C.R. Elrington. A very good copy.

Reference: 5346

 
ALLISON, K.J. (Editor). A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK. EAST RIDING VOLUME V. Holderness: Southern Part. £ 45.00

Oxford. For The Institute of Historical Research by Oxford University Press. 1984. pp. xvi, 223. Frontis, 37 illustrations, 25 maps. Royal 8vo. D/W, slightly foxed.. The Victoria History of the Counties of England edited by C.R. Elrington. A very good copy. ISBN 0197227600

Reference: 5347

 
ALLOTT, Victoria. BENEATH THE GUIDING LIGHT. An interesting insight into the history of the Withernsea Lighthouse and the surrounding town. £ 5.00

Hull. Santona Publications. 2001. pp. 64. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0953844811. A very good copy.

Reference: 6833

 
ANDERSON, J. Redwood. THE CURLEW CRIES. £ 5.00

Oxford University Press. 1940. pp. viii, 109. Small 8vo. Green cloth. Some underlining of text in pencil. The heading of sections are The Moors; Humberside; Old Tithe-Barn: Easington; April in Holderness; Spurn Light; The Towers.

Reference: 22122

 
ANON PLAN OF THE BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON HULL shewing Municipal Boundary as defined by act of 1882 also Ward Boundaries settled in pursuance of the said act. £ 120.00

Hull. Goddard & Son. (1882). Linen backed map. 33.50' x 52.75'. Blue cloth folder, marked and stamped withdrawn on inside, although there are no library markings what so ever. The boundaries are marked in red. A very good map of the city at that time.

Reference: 8375

 
ANON. AN ACT FOR MORE EFFECTUALLY CLEANSING, DEEPENING, WIDENING, AND PRESERVING A CREEK CALLED BEVERLEY BECK, running into the River Hull; and for more effectually Repairing the Staiths near the said Beck, and the Roads leading from the said River to the Town of beverley; and for Cleansing the Streets of the said Town; and for regulating the Carriages to and from the said Beck, and the River Hull. £ 30.00

London. Thomas Baskett. 1744. pp. (ii), 411 - 420. Royal 8vo. Disbound.

Reference: 147000

 
ANON. AN ACT FOR REPAIRING THE ROAD LEADING FROM A GATE COMMONLY CALLED SACRED GATE, on the South East Side of the Town of Hedon, in the East Riding of the County of York, through the said Town to Hull North Bridge. £ 24.00

London. Thomas Baskett. 1744. pp. (ii), 219 - 247. Royal 8vo. Disbound

Reference: 7546

 
ANON. AN ACT FOR TAKING DOWN AND REMOVING CERTAIN LIGHT-HOUSES NOW STANDING NEAR THE SPURN POINT, at the Mouth of the Humber, and for erecting other fit and convenient Light-Houses instead thereof. £ 12.00

London. Mark Baskett 1766. pp. 557 - 574. Folio. Modern blue cloth.

Reference: 12875

 
ANON. MEMORIALS OF THE FAMILY OF WILSON of Etton in Yorkshire and Knowle Hall, Warwickshire. Compiled in 1926 from Muniments. £ 95.00

Typescript. 1926. pp. 38 leaves typed on one side only. 4to. Full red roan. The work gives an outline of the families history.

Reference: 14033

 
ANON. PICTURESQUE EXCURSIONS FROM BRIDLINGTON-QUAY; being a Descriptive Guide to the most interesting scenery in that neighbourhood. £ 185.00

Bridlington. Furby and Pearson. 1830. pp. 33, (i) of adverts. Frontis (map), 12 plates. 8vo. Original cloth covered, printed boards, new spine & endpapers. Some foxing throughout. 1st edition. Not in Boyne. Barnard mentions the 2nd & 3rd editions.

Reference: 22156

 
ANON. PLAYBILL £ 150.00

Hull. J. Ferraby. 1799. Single sheet 10.75 ins x 7 ins. Headed Theatre, Driffield. On Monday Evening, December 30th 1799, will be presented a Comic Opera, called Inkle & Yarico. Performance date and time changed by a contemporary hand, in ink, to Wednesday Jan 1st 1800. Thomas Sheppard. Evolution of the Drama in Hull and District. 1927. States in the section on Driffield that there never was a permanent theatre in Driffield. VERY RARE PLAYBILL.

Reference: 9915

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transaction 1948 - 49. Vol II, Part IV. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1950. pp. 71. Frontis, 22 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers. A good copy.

Reference: 2541

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transaction 1949 - 51. Vol III, Part I. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1951. pp. 63. Frontis, 14 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers.

Reference: 2542

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transaction 1955 - 56. Vol IV, Part II. £ 4.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1957. pp. 74. Frontis, 19 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers.

Reference: 2543

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transaction 1958 - 61. Vol V, Part I. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1961. pp. 81. Frontis, 26 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers.

Reference: 2544

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transaction 1961 - 63. Vol V, Part II. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1963. pp. 60. Frontis, 27 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers, spine frayed, slightly shabby.

Reference: 2545

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transactions 1947 -48. Vol II, Part III £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1949. pp. 63. Frontis, 9 plates. 8vo. Card covers.

Reference: 8305

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transactions 1951 - 1952. Vol III, Part II. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by Hull Printers Ltd. 1952. pp. 78. Illustrated. 8vo. Card covers.

Reference: 15659

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transactions 1952 - 1953. Vol III, Part III. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. M. Harland & Son, Ltd. 1954. pp. 99. Frontis, 22 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers. A good copy.

Reference: 3450

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transactions 1953 - 1955. Vol IV, Part I £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. M. Harland & Son, Ltd. 1955. pp. 83. Frontis, 19 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers.

Reference: 3449

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transactions. £ 100.00

Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1938 - 1963. 5 vols in 6. Vol 1, Parts 1, 2, & 3; Vol 2, Parts 1, 2, 3, & 4 in 2 volumes; Vol 3, Parts 1, 2, & 3; Vol 4, Parts 1, 2, & 3; & Vol 5, Parts 1 & 2. Complete, all published. Illustrated throughout. 8vo. Vols 1, 2 uniformally bound in brown cloth, Vols 3, 4 & 5 bound quarter calf, with red spine labels. Previous owners name on front free endpaper of each volume. A good set.

Reference: 8033

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Transactions. 1946 - 47. Vol II, Part II. £ 6.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son Ltd. 1948. pp. 59. 12 illustrations. 8vo. Card covers. A good copy.

Reference: 71060

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. VOLUME III, PARTS I, II, & III. £ 18.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son, Ltd. 1951- 1954. pp. 63, 78, 101. 48 plates, 1 plan folded. 8vo. Blue buckram. 3 issues bound together.

Reference: 9015

 
ANON. THE GEORGIAN SOCIETY FOR EAST YORKSHIRE. Volume IV, Parts I, II, & III. £ 18.00

Kingston upon Hull. For the Society by M. Harland & Son, Ltd. 1955 - 1959. pp. 83, 71, 60. 49 plates, 2 plans, folded. 8vo. Blue buckram. 3 parts bound together.

Reference: 34242

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTION OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the Year 1912.Volume XIX. £ 10.00

Includes Documents at Burton Agnes by Rev. C.V. Collier; East Yorkshire History in Plan and Chart by Thomas Sheppard; Notes of Some East Riding Disputes by C.V. Collier; East Riding Levies for the Scotch Wars in the Reign of Edward II and II by Col. Philip Saltmarshe; & The Trade Gilds of Beverley by Rev. Canon Lambert. Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd for the Society. 1913. pp. vii, 120. 19 illustrations of maps. 8vo. Printed wrapper. A very good copy.

Reference: 19134

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY for the year ending 24th September, 1894. Volume II. £ 20.00

Hull. For the Society by William Andrews & Co. 1894. pp. xxiii, 123, 40. Double frontis with 4 colour illustrations, further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, very slightly frayed. A good copy.

Reference: 13984

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY for the year ending October 1905. Volune XIII (Part 1). £ 12.00

Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 1906. pp. xxxi, 139, (ii), 27, 59. 80 plates including a folded pedigree. 8vo. Red cloth. spine faded and slightly frayed at top. Top edge gilt. With the bookplate of William George Woods. East Riding Portraits at Kirkham Abbey and at 2 Carlton Terrace, Pall Mall.

Reference: 20373

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY for the year ending October 1905. Volune XIII (Part 1). £ 8.00

Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons, Ltd. 1906. pp. xxxi, 139, (ii), 27, 59. 80 plates including a folded pedigree. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, browned and slightly frayed along the front, bottom edge. East Riding Portraits at Kirkham Abbey and at 2 Carlton Terrace, Pall Mall.

Reference: 20373PB

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the Year ending 23rd September 1893. Volume I. £ 20.00

Hull. For the Society by William Andrews & Co. The Hull Press. 1893. pp. xx, 81. Frontis, map, folded, illustrations in the text. 8vo. Printed wrapper, slightly marked, otherwise very good, clean copy.

Reference: 10469

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the Year ending October 1903. Volume XI. £ 12.00

Hull. For The Society by A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1904. pp. xxiii, 150, 51, 6. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Red cloth, spine badly faded and frayed. Top edge gilt.

Reference: 3477

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the Year ending October 1910. Volume XVII. £ 6.00

Hull. For The Society by A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1910. pp. vii, 87. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper. A very good copy.

Reference: 3479

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the year ending October, 1904. Volume XII. £ 12.00

Bound at rear - Index of Archaeological Papers published in 1902. (Being the twelfth issue of the series and completing the index for the period 1891 - 1902). Compiled by George Laurence Gomme. Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd. 1903. Hull. For The Society by A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1905. pp. xxxiii, 77; 46. Illustrated. 8vo. Red cloth, Top edge gilt. A very good copy.

Reference: 4505

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the Year ending September 1897. Volume V. £ 12.00

Hull. For The Society by William Andrews & Co. 1897. pp. xxix, 129, 46, 18. Illustrated. 8vo. Red cloth, spine slightly faded. Top edge gilt. Slight foxing.

Reference: 3478

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Volume XXVII. Part I. £ 6.00

Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1931. pp. iv, 80. Illustrated. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, slightly browned. A very good copy.

Reference: 205288

 
ANON. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Volume XXVIII. Part III. £ 6.00

Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1939. pp. ix - xvi, 173 - 234, 46. Illustrated. 8vo. original wrapper, browned, a little minor foxing, but otherwsie a very good copy.

Reference: 9397

 
ANON. TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the year 1913. Vol. XX. £ 12.00

Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons. Ltd. 1914. pp. x, 70. Illustrated. 8vo. red cloth, top edge gilt. Front board marked, spine slightly faded.

Reference: 30779

 
ANON. TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Vol. XXV. £ 12.00

Edited by T. Sheppard. Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons. Ltd. 1926. pp. xi, 221. Illustrated. 8vo. Red cloth, top edge gilt. Spine slightly faded. Corners sligthly rubbed.

Reference: 55862

 
ANON. TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Vol. XXV. £ 6.00

Edited by T. Sheppard. Hull. For the Society by A. Brown & Sons. Ltd. 1926. pp. xi, 221. Illustrated. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, browned, slightly marked and creased.

Reference: 55862PB

 
ANON. Edited T. Sheppard. Bound at rear - Index of Archaeological Papers published in 1902. (Being the seventeenth issue of the series and completing the index for the period 1891 - 1907). Compiled by Bernarde Gomme. Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd. 1908. THE TRANSACTIONS OF THE EAST RIDING ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. For the Year ending October 1908.Volume XV. £ 6.00

Hull. For The Society by A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1909. pp. vii, 114, 70. Illustrated. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, top edge faintly stained . A good copy.

Reference: 5226

 
ARMSTRONG, P & D.G. Tomlinson. EXCAVATIONS AT THE DOMINICAN PRIORY BEVERLEY. £ 6.00

Hul. Humberside Leisure Services. 1987. pp. iii, 73. 8 plates, line drawings in the text. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Humberside Heritage Publication No. 13. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0904451402

Reference: 91120

 
AYLWIN, E. & R.C. WARD. DEVELOPMENT AND UTILISATION OF WATER SUPPLIES IN THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. £ 10.00

University of Hull. 1969. pp. xii, 98. Illustrated with photographs, maps & graphs. 8vo. Paperback. Occasional Papers in geography No. 10. SBN 900480203. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 100161

 
BAIRSTOW, Martin. RAILWAYS IN EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 30.00

Halifax / Leeds. Martin Bairstow. 1990 - 2007. 3 vols. pp. 80; 88; 96. Well illustrated in monochrome. 4to. Paperbacks. A very good bright, clean copies.

Reference: 78974

 
BAKER, Paul. WOODEN BOATS AND MEN OF STEEL. The Withernsea Lifeboats 1862 - 1913. £ 12.00

Withernsea & Hornsea. A.E. Lunn. (1984)? pp. 54. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper, unevenly faded, stapled as issued.

Reference: 23970

 
BARLEY, M.W. (Editor). PAROCHIAL DOCUMENTS OF THE ARCHDEACONRY OF THE EAST RIDING. An Inventory. £ 10.00

Beverley. Wright & Hoggard for the Yorkshire Archeaological Society. 1939. pp.xxii, 168. 8vo. Brown cloth. Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. XCIX for the Year 1939. A good clean copy.

Reference: 11098

 
BELL, R.D, M.W. Beresford and others. WHARRAM. A Study of Settlement on the Yorkshire Wolds. Vol III. Wharram Percy: The Church of St Martin. £ 20.00

Geeral Editors J,G. Hurst & p.A. Rahtz. London. Society for Medieval Archaeology. 1987. pp. xxi, 265. 27 tables, 12 plates and many further illustrations in the text and on the 8 fiche cards in pocket at the rear. 4to. Printed wrapper, very slightly grubby. (Paperback). Society for Medieval Archaelogy Monograph Series No 11. Vol 3 only of 4. A very good copy. ISBN 05839106

Reference: 64281

 
BENFELL, Roy. SPURN LIFEBOAT STATION - The First Hundred Years. The History of Spurn Lifeboat Station from 1810 to May 1911. £ 12.00

Hull. Roy Benfell. 1994. pp. 208. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 81284

 
BEST, Henry. THE FARMING AND MEMORANDUM BOOKS OF HENRY BEST OF ELMSWELL, 1642. £ 60.00

Edited by Donald Woodward. Wih a Glossary and Linguistic Commentary by Peter McClure. London. For the British Academy by Oxford University Press. 1984. pp. lxxiv, 347. Frontis, 4 plates, 5 maps. 8vo. D/W, spine slightly faded. Records of Social and Economic History New Series VIII.

Reference: 10242

 
BEST, S.E.J. EAST YORKSHIRE. A Study in Agricultural Geography. £ 35.00

With a Foreword by C.B. Fawcett. London. Longmans. Green & Co. 1930. pp. xv, 189. Frontis, 10 illustrations, maps & diagrams. 8vo. Brown cloth.

Reference: 3404

 
BOOTH, Edward C. FONDIE. £ 10.00

London. Putnam. 1957. pp. 575. 8vo. D/W, slightly foxed. The Holderness Edition.

Reference: 6908

 
BOOTH, Edward C. MISS PARKWORTH and Three Short Stories. £ 10.00

T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. 1924. pp. 272, (vii) of adverts. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine sunned. Endpapers foxed and with previous owners name. 1st edition.

Reference: 13679

 
BOOTH, Edward Charles. BELLA. £ 8.00

London. T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. 1925. pp. 318. 8vo. Brown cloth. Endpapers faintly foxed. Popular edition. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 6645

 
BOURQUIN, Paul. THE LORD OF THE RAVENS. A Tale of a Vanished Town. £ 10.00

London. Faber & Faber. 1961. pp. 239. 1 map. 8vo. Cloth. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 13164

 
BOYLE, J.R. THE DANES IN THE EAST RIDING. A Paper read to the Members of the Hull Literary Club, November 11th 1895. £ 5.00

Hull. Malet Lambert Local History Reprints. 1980. pp. 24. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Malet Lambert Local History Reprints No. 4. A good copy.

Reference: 17912

 
BOYLE, J.R. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND PORT OF HEDON, in the East Riding of the County of York. £ 80.00

Hull & York. A. Brown & Sons; London. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd. 1895. pp. xvii, errata, 227, ccl. Frontis, 12 plates. 8vo. Rebound in quarter blue calf, cloth boards. Top edge gilt. Small paper copy. A nice copy. Barnard p26

Reference: 100200

 
BOYLE, J.R. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE TOWN AND PORT OF HEDON, in the East Riding of the County of York. £ 75.00

Hull & York. A. Brown & Sons; London. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. Ltd. 1895. pp. xvii, errata, 227, ccl. Frontis, 12 plates. 8vo. Rebound in brown cloth. Top edge gilt. Pages slightly browned. with the ownership signatures of S.F. Grepe & B.N. Reckitt. Small paper copy. A very good copy. Barnard p26

Reference: 100200C

 
BOYLE, J.R. THE LOST TOWNS OF THE HUMBER; with an Introductory Chapter on the Roman Geography of South East Yorkshire. A Paper read, in part, to the Members of the Hull Literary Club, 11th March 1889. £ 60.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons. 1889. pp. xii, 102. Frontis (map), 1 pedigree. 8vo. Original cloth. Title page creased, some marginalia. Very good copy. Small paper copy, of which 400 were printed. Barnard p31.

Reference: 4949

 
BROADLEY, Henry. THE DIARY OF AN HONOURABLE MEMBER. The Journal of Henry Broadley MP 1st January 1840 to 17 March 1842. the everyday working life of an East Riding MP. £ 5.00

Edited and with an introductory essay by John Markham. Humberside Leisure Services. 1987. pp. viii, 187. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback, spine faded, corners bumped. Some pencil markings in text.

Reference: 12654

 
BULLOCK, Grahame D. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE POSITION OF WOMEN IN THE POLICE SERVICE, with particular reference to Hull and Humberside. £ 12.00

A dissertation submitted or the Special Honours Degree of Bachelor of Arts in Economic and Social History. 1991. pp. 66. 1 illustration. A$. Paperback.

Reference: 21240

 
BURTON, Thomas. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIE OF THE PARISH OF HEMINGBROUGH in the County of York. £ 65.00

Edited and enlarged by James Raine. York. Sampson Brothers. 1888. pp. xii, errata, 406. Frontis, 11 plates. 8vo. Contemporary blue cloth. Barnard p27.

Reference: 8352

 
CANNON, Richard. HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE FIFTEENTH, or The Yorkshire East Riding, Regiment of Foot, containing An Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1685, and of its subsequent Services to 1848. £ 45.00

London. Parker, Furnival, & Parker. 1848. pp. xxxi, 96. 2 colour plates. 8vo. Original blind stamped red cloth. Half of the top inch of spine missing. Some foxing, last leaf badly browned.

Reference: 68009

 
CHAPMAN, Mave & Ben. (Compilers). WITHERNSEA. £ 6.00

Stroud. Chalford Publishing Co. 1996. pp. 128. Very well illustrated, 8vo. Paperback. The Archive Photographs Series. ISBN 0752403575. A very good copy.

Reference: 18594

 
CHIGNELL, Philip. FROM OUR HOME CORRESPONDENT. Letters from Hessle in the Second World War. £ 10.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 1989. pp. (vi), 162. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0948929/21/9. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 17477

 
COCHRANE, Margaret & Bob. DEATH COMES TO HEDON. The Cholera Epidemic of 1849. £ 8.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 1993. pp. vi, 30. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 0948929804. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 22406

 
COLLIER, Linda, John Holmes & Shirley Dalby. A NEW HISTORY OF SWANLAND. The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. £ 6.00

Swanland Village History Group. 2002. pp. x, 108, (xiv) of appendices and index. Illustrated with photographs, facsimiles and a map, folded. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0954344006. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 14039

 
COOKSON, David. ROBBIE. The Story of Frank Robinson of Patrington, East Yorkshire. £ 6.00

Beverley. Highgate Publications Ltd. 1989. pp. (iv), 94. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 42811

 
CORDEAUX, John. BIRDS OF THE HUMBER DISTRICT. £ 200.00

London. John Van Voorst. 1872. pp. xii, errata leaf, 231. Frontis. Large 12mo. Original cloth. 1st edition. A small amount of faint foxing. A very good copy.

Reference: 15701

 
CRAVEN, Martin T. A NEW AND COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE BOROUGH OF HEDON. £ 30.00

Driffield. The Ridings Publishing Co. 1972. pp. v, 266. 16 illustrations, 3 plans. Crown 4to. D/W, frayed. Previous owners name on front paste down.

Reference: 30068

 
CRAVEN, Martin. THE LANGDALE LEGACY. Catholicism in Houghton and Market Weighton. £ 10.00

Hull. Kall Kwik. 2007. pp. 116. Illustrated in colour and monochrome. A4. Printed wrapper staples as issued. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 14691

 
CREDLAND, Arthur G. FISHING FROM THE HUMBER. £ 5.00

Stroud. Tempus Publishing Ltd. 2003. pp. 128. Well illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Images of England series. ISBN 0752428136. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 234980

 
CROSBIE, Avril & Christine Thackray. WEST ELLA: Portrait of a Village. £ 6.00

Hull. Fisk Printers. 1995. pp. 62. Illustrated with map and photographs. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good copy.

Reference: 69252

 
CROWTHER, Jan. THE PEOPLE ALONG THE SAND. The Spurn Peninsula & Kilnsea. A History, 1800 - 2000. £ 20.00

Chichester. Phillimore & Co. Ltd. 2006. pp. xvi, 240. Frontis, 194 monochrome and 32 colour illustrations. 4to. D/W. Inscribed by the author on the front free endpaper. ISBN 1860774199. A very good, clean, bright copy.

Reference: 72100

 
DALES, James H. RAKING UP THE PAST. Bygones of the Humber Inshore Fishery pre 1965. £ 4.00

Hull. J.A. Ewen Associates. 1985. pp. 40. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 91030

 
DE SAWTRY, Geoffrey. (Psuedonym) THE CHURCHES OF HOLDERNESS not destroyed, but anatomized, to demonstrate the unhealthy state of the antiquated constitution. By Geoffrey e Sawtry, Abbot, Honorary member of the State Church Reform Society. Parts I and II. £ 275.00

Hull. Weston Howe; Mary Montgomery. 1837 - 1838. 2 parts. pp. 31; (ii), 40. Frontis in Part I. 8vo. Modern blue cloth with original wrappers bound in. In Part II pp.16 - 21 are misbound. A very, very good copy of a rare pamphlet published by unlicensed printers. Chilton p.xix & p.190. Barnard p.11. COPAC lists copies at Glasgow University, Sheffiled University & University College London. Hull Central Library also has a copy.

Reference: 573754

 
DYSON, Brian. (Editor). A GUIDE TO LOCAL STUDIES IN EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 7.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1985. pp. 250. 56 illustrations. 8vo. Paperback, corners slightly bumped. A reasonable copy. ISBN 0907033334

Reference: 16236

 
ELSOM, Hilary. MEMORY LANE. The Hessle Collection. £ 10.00

Hull. The Avenues Press. (1991)? pp. 80. 76 photographs of Hessle. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0951683845. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 7825

 
ENGLISH, Barbara. THE LORDS OF HOLDERNESS 1086 - 1260. A Study in Feudal Society. £ 20.00

For the University of Hull by Oxford University Press. 1979. pp. xii, 275. 2 maps, 14 plates. 8vo. D/W. Bright, clean copy. ISBN 0197134378

Reference: 6904

 
EVANS, D.H. AN EAST RIDING MISCELLANY. East Riding Archaeologist Vol 9. 1997. £ 10.00

Hull. East Riding Archaeological Society and the Humber Archaeology Partnership. 1997. pp. vi, 171. Illustrated in monochrome. Royal 8vo. Paperback. A very good bright, clean copy.

Reference: 54515

 
FISHER, Robert. (Editor). FLAMBOROUGH: Village and Headland by Various Writers. £ 35.00

Hull. William Andrews & Co., The Hull Press. 1894. pp. xi, 179. Frontis, 8 plates & 1 family tree. 8vo. Quarter blue cloth. Endpapers slightly browned. Barnard p 26

Reference: 10480

 
FLIT AND KO. A REEL OF NO. 8 and SUDDABY FEWSTER. Two Holderness Tales. £ 30.00

London. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. (1896). pp. (vii), 263. Frontis to each tale, further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Original red cloth,spine faded. Top edge gilt.

Reference: 36887

 
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

 
GILLETT, Edward. THE HUMBER REGION AT WAR 1793 - 1815. £ 10.00

Hull. Humberside Leisure Services. 1988. pp. iv, 92. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Humberside Heritage Publication No. 12. ISBN 0904451364. A good, clean copy signed by the author on the title page.

Reference: 66281

 
GREEN, Kenneth R. OLD COTTINGHAM REMEMBERED. £ 6.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 2000. pp. 96. Illusrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. Reprint. Previous owners address label on inside of front cover. ISBN 0907033741. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 108219

 
HALL, Ivan & Elisabeth. D HISTORIC BEVERLEY. £ 5.00

ocumentary Research by G.B. Drummond and B.A. English. York. William Sessions Ltd. 1973. pp.108. Frontis, well illustrated. Royal 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed. A good copy.

Reference: 3445

 
HALL, John George. A HISTORY OF SOUTH CAVE and of Other Parishes in the East Riding of the County of York. £ 25.00

Hull. Edwin Ombler. 1892. pp. (vi), 295. Frontis, 21 illustrations in the text. 8vo. Original blue cloth with black & gilt decoration, spine relaid, new endpapers. Bookplate of Gordon Plumb. a very small amount of pencil marginalia. Top edge gilt. Small paper copy.

Reference: 9982x

 
HEALD, J.D. A HISTORY OF METHODISM IN SUTTON ON HULL. A review of over two hundred years of Village Methodism. £ 4.00

Hull. J.D. Heald. 1993. pp. 80. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0952197308. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 87452

 
HERRIES, Lord. LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN YORKSHIRE IN THE OLDEN TIME. A Lecture given by Lord Herries to the Pocklington Literary Society, April 2nd 1889. £ 35.00

Market Weighton. St. William's Press, Catholic Reformatory School. 1889. pp. 28. 8vo. Card covers. Pamphlet. Some foxing.

Reference: 3938

 
HOLDERNESS, Rural District Council. STANDING ORDERS. £ 12.00

Beverley. Wright & Hoggard. 1946. pp. 34. 12mo. Original cloth. Ink amendments in the text.

Reference: 66876

 
HOLDERNESS, Thomas. SOME PLACE-NAMES OF THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE. A Paper read before the Hull Literary Club, March 28th 1881. £ 18.00

Driffield. The Office of the Driffield Observer. 1881. pp. 30. 8vo. Printed wrapper, stitiched as issued, slightly marked.

Reference: 191730

 
HOOD, Captain John. SHIPS ON THE HUMBER. £ 5.00

Altringham. At Heart Ltd. 2008. pp. 142, (ii) of adverts. Well illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 9781845472146. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 7514

 
HOPWOOD, Francis J.S. HARBOUR, ETC. BILLS. Report of the Board of Trade. Humber Commercial Railway and Dock Bill. £ 8.00

With Appendix by G.C. Frederick. London. For His Majesty’s Stationary Office by Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1904. 4pp. Small folio. Disbound. Slightly grubby. With the stamp of the Law Society Library. The Bill proposed to authorise the construction of two entrance jetties etc in the River Humber in connection with a dock above high-water mark near Immingham Haven.

Reference: 10004

 
HUMBER CONSERVANCY BOARD. LOG OF S.L. 'SPURN' 5th April 1922 - 25th October 1923. £ 35.00

147 leaves. Large post 4to. Quarter calf, cloth boards. The Log is divided into the following sections:- Date; Wind, Direction & Force; Weather; Temp. of Water; Barometer; Thermometer; Under steam at; Finished by; Work engaged on; Persons Aboard; Watchman; Remarks. It was filled in on a daily basis. Sometimes there is little information and other times a detailed description of the days work and events is given.

Reference: 69061

 
HUNTSBY, Thomas; William Wilson; George Hunton; Thomas Wright. FOUR INDENTURES re Ottringham Marsh. £ 120.00

1. Dated 16th April 1756. Folded Parchment sheet. Between Thomas Huntsby, labourer, of Ottringham Marsh, his wife Elizabeth and her son William Wilson, barber on the one hand & Nicholas Snaith, yeoman, of Tunstall. 2. Dated 3rd May 1786. Folded parchment sheet Between William Wilson of Limehouse in Middlesex, Perukemaker (eldest son & heir of Christopher Wilson late of Burton Pudsea in Holderness in Yorks, yeoman deceased) and George Hunton of Ottringham Marsh in Holderness. 3. Dated 4th May 1786. Folded parchment sheet. Between William Wilson of Limehouse in Middlesex, Perukemaker (eldest son & heir of Christopher Wilson late of Burton Pudsea in Holderness in Yorks, yeoman deceased) and his wife Sarah on the one hand and George Hunton of Ottringham Marsh in Holderness. 4. Dated 6th April 1829. Folded parchment sheet. Between Thomas Wright of Welwick, yeoman, on the one hand & Robert Hunton of Welwick, school master. This document includes the history of previous indentures relating to this estate. Between George Hunton, yeoman and Elizabeth Smither of Hedon, spinster. Upon Elizabeth's death this mortage was appointed to Grace Bell of Kingston upon Hull. Upon Grace's death it was appointed to Ann Stephenson, wife of William Stephenson of Kingston upon Hull. George died intestate and his estate passed to his brother Robert

Reference: 13576

 
HUTCHINSON, John. GEORGE EDMUND STREET IN EAST YORKSHIRE. A Centenary Exhibition. £ 10.00

With a contribution by Paul Joyce. Department of the History of Art, University of Hull. 1981. pp. 35. A4. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good bright, clean copy.

Reference: 24762

 
INGRAM, M.. Edward. THE MANOR OF BRIDLINGTON & its Lords Feoffees. £ 5.00

With Line Drawings by Francis F. Johnson. Bridlington. The Lords Feoffees. 1977. pp. vii, 166. 6 plates, line drawings in the text. 8vo. Paperback, spine darkened.

Reference: 14341

 
JARRATT, George A. MEMORIES OF SPURN IN THE 1880's. £ 10.00

(Spurn Lifeboat Crew). (1988). pp. 18. Illustrated 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued.

Reference: 189826

 
JOHNSTON, Sam. (Vicar of St. Mary's, and Rector of St. Nicholas, United Parishes in Beverley). THE ADVANTAGE OF EMPLOYING THE POOR IN USEFUL LABOUR, and Mischief of Idleness, or Ill-Judg'd Business in a Sermon preached at St. Mary's in Beverley, October 10. 1725 before the Right Worshipful Edward Wilbert Esq., Major; Joseph Bielby Esq., Mayor Elect; Francis Boynton Esq., Recorder; The Worshipful Aldermen, and Capital Burgesses of the said Town. £ 45.00

London. J. Downing. 1726. pp. 31, (i) of adverts. 8vo. Original wrapper, slightly frayed. 2nd edition - the first being published by Thomas Gent in York i 1725. ESTC T16202

Reference: 67611

 
KNOWLES, S.M. & W.I. Webster, W.I. Webster & E.M. Tickle. ( Honorary Editors). HUMBER YAWL CLUB YEAR BOOKS 1971 - 1979. £ 20.00

Hull. Humber Yawl Club. 1971 - 1979. 9 issues. Illustrated. Printed wrappers, stitched as issued.

Reference: 64590

 
LAZENBY, Arthur. THE COBBLE STONES OF HOLDERNESS. £ 20.00

Privately Printed. 1994. pp. (xi), 140. 112 illustrations. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 78232

 
LEACH, Arthur Francis. (Editor). MEMORIALS OF BEVERLEY MINSTER: The Chapter Act Book of the Collegiate Church of S. John of Beverley AD 1286 - 1347. £ 60.00

With Illustrative Documents and Introduction by the Editor. For the Surtees Society by Andrew & Co. Durham; Whittaker & Co & Bernard Quaritch. London; & Blackwood & Sons. Edinburgh. 1898 - 1903. 2 vols. pp. cxiii, errata leaf, 424; cxii, 389. 8vo. Original green cloth. Publications of the Surtees Society Vols 98 & 108. With the ownership signatures of 'J. Wright, Terrington, June 16th 1904' & 'Robert H. Carr, Beverley 1941', also a bookplate in Vol 98 stating that it was 'Presented to the City of York Public Library'. These are clean copies with no library markings.

Reference: 18287

 
LITTLE, Bryan. CAPPER PASS. The First Hundred and Fifty Years. £ 15.00

London. Newman Neame Ltd. 1963. pp. (vi), 33. Frontis, 13 illustrations. 8vo. Blue cloth. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 69640

 
LONCASTER, Wendy & Malcolm Shields. WALTER GOODIN. Above all, the sky. £ 20.00

Hull Museums. 2008. pp. 90. Well illustrated in colour. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Exhibition catalogue. ISBN 090449036X. A very good, clean, bright copy.

Reference: 10036

 
MADDOCK, Rev Henry Edward. (Editor). THE REGISTERS OF PATRINGTON, Co. York. 1570 - 1731. £ 20.00

Privately Printed for The Yorkshire Parish Register Society. 1900. pp. viii, 229. 8vo. Later black cloth. The Publications of the Yorkshire Parish Register Society. Vol. VI.

Reference: 5268

 
MANN, Faith. EARLY MEDIEVAL CHURCH SCULPTURE. A Study in 12th Century Fragments in East Yorkshire. £ 6.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1985. pp. 51. Illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Paperback. A good copy. ISBN 0907033229

Reference: 225471

 
MARKHAM, John. HEDON AND HOLDERNESS. £ 6.00

Illustrations by Myrtle J. Barter. Beverley. Highgate Press Ltd. 1994. pp. 90. Illustrated with photographs and line drawings. 4to. Paperback., spine faded. Signed by author and illustrater. ISBN 1899498001. A very good copy.

Reference: 85391

 
MARKHAM, John. THE BEVERLEY ARMS. The Story of a Hotel. £ 10.00

Beverley. Highgaye Publications Ltd. 2000. pp. 32. Illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as isued. A very good, clean copy. ISBN 1902645170

Reference: 76360

 
MARSH, Mike. GOOLE AT WAR. £ 25.00

Goole. Chronicle Publications Ltd. 2001 - 2005. 3 vols. pp. 104; 142; 195. Illustrated in monochrome. 4to. Paperback. Vol 1 1939 - 1941; Vol 2 1942 - 1943; Vol 3 1944 - 1945. A very good copy.

Reference: 77370

 
MARTIN & SON. CATALOGUE OF FOREST, FRUIT, AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, Shrubs, Plants, Roses, etc. cultivated and sold byMartin & Son, Nurserymen and Seed Merchants, Cottingham, and 61 Market Place, Hull. £ 120.00

Hull. Walker & Co. ND. Circa 1878. pp. (iv), 31, (i) of adverts. 2 illustrations. 8vo. Original printed wrappers. Trade catalogue. The company was established in 1788.

Reference: 1165445

 
MATHISON, Phil. THE SPURN GRAVEL TRADE. A Conflict between Commerce and Coastal Erosion? £ 6.00

Newport. Dead Good Publications. 2008. pp. 22. 8vo. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. ISBN 9780954693763. A very good copy.

Reference: 71780

 
NEAVE, David & Deborah Turnbull. LANDSCAPED PARKS AND GARDENS OF EAST YORKSHIRE 1700 - 1830. £ 5.00

Bridlington. Georgian Society for East Yorkshire. 1992. pp. 82. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. Previous owner's name inside front cover otherwise a very clean, good copy. ISBN 0951396617

Reference: 3418

 
NEAVE, David & Susan. A HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF YORK: EAST RIDING. Volume VIII East Buckrose: Sledmere and Northern Wolds. £ 75.00

Woodbridge. For the Institute of Historical Research by Boydell & Brewer. 2008. pp. xvi, 284, (i). Frontis, 94 illustrations, 30 tables. Royal 8vo. Red cloth, front board label. Victoria County Histories. As new. ISBN 9781904356134

Reference: 8601

 
NEAVE, David and Susan. BRIDLINGTON. An Introduction to its History and Buildings. £ 12.00

Otley. Smith Settle. 2000. pp. (viii), 140. Well illustrated. Royal 8vo. D/W. ISBN 1858251389. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 7105

 
NEAVE, David. (Editor). SOUTH CAVE. A Market Village Community in the 18th and 19th centuries. £ 10.00

Contributors are R.T. Addy, M. Binns, H. Darby, M. Dickinson, R. Dobson, C. Mason, J. Minchin, D. Neave, M.J. & D.G. Pattison, D. Woodwrad, R. Hornsey, E. Moddy, J. Mounsor, A. Perkins, and E. Waudby. With illustrations by Mrs D. Woodward. Howden. Mr Pye Books. 1984. pp. (viii), 81. Illustrated with line drawings and photographs. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0946289115. Originally published in 1974 by the South Cave Branch of the Workers' Educational Association. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very good, bright copy.

Reference: 27760

 
NEAVE, Susan and David. (Editors). THE DIARY OF A YORKSHIRE GENTLEMAN. John Courtney of Beverley, 1759 - 1768. £ 18.00

Otley. Smith Settle Ltd. 2001. pp. x, 175. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 1858251508. Previous owner's name on inside of front board otherwise a very clean, good copy.

Reference: 74915

 
NEAVE, Susan and David. (Editors). THE DIARY OF A YORKSHIRE GENTLEMAN. John Courtney of Beverley, 1759 - 1768. £ 8.00

Otley. Smith Settle Ltd. 2001. pp. x, 175. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 1858251710. Signed by the authors on the title page. A very good, bright copy.

Reference: 74915pb

 
NICHOLSON, John. BEACONS OF EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 50.00

Illustrated by Geo. Meek. Hull. For the Author. 1887. pp. viii, 72. 7 illustrations. Demy 4to. Maroon cloth, head & tail of spine frayed. Top edge gilt. No 78 of a limited edition of 100 copies.

Reference: 3457

 
NICHOLSON, John. BEACONS OF EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 35.00

Illustrated by Geo. Meek. Hull. A. Brown & Sons; London. Simpin, Marshall & Co; Driffield. T. Holderness, Observer Office. 1887. pp. viii, 72. 7 illustrations. Small 8vo. Original printed wrapper covered in clear plastic stuck down, base of spine slightly worn. Hand drawn map on brown paper showing the location of the beacons, also covered in clear plastic. Small paper copy. A little frail

Reference: 3457s

 
NICHOLSON, John. FOLK LORE OF EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 10.00

Felinfach. Llanerch Publishers. 1998. pp. (iii), xviii, 168. Frontis, 5 illustrations. Small 8vo. Paperback. Facsimile reprint of the 1890 edition.

Reference: 53250

 
NICHOLSON, John. FOLK SPEECH OF EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 50.00

London. Simpkin, Marshall, & Co; Hull. A. Brown & Sons; Driffield. T. Holderness. 1889. pp. xii, 110, (ii) of adverts. Frontis. Royal 8vo. Maroon cloth, top edge gilt. Large paper copy, no. 84 of a limited edition of 100 copies.

Reference: 7087

 
NICHOLSON, John. THE FOLK SPEECH OF EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 28.00

London, Hull, Driffield. Simpkin, Marshall & Co; A. Brown & Sons; T. Holderness. 1889. pp. xii, 110, (ii) of adverts. Small 8vo. Green cloth. Slight wear to head & tail of spine, slightly shaken. Small paper edition.

Reference: 1442

 
OLIVER, George. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE TOWN AND MINSTER OF BEVERLEY, in the County of York, from the most early period; with Historical and Descriptive Sketches of the Abbeys of Watton and meaux, The Convent of Haltemprise, the villages of Cottingham, leckonfield, Bishop and Cherry Burton, Walkington, Risby, Scorborough, and the Hamlets comprised withi the liberties of beverley. Compiled from Public and Private Records, and Manuscripts of indoubted authority; and illustrated by Numerous Engravings on Copper, Wood, and Stone; and other valuable Embellishments. £ 175.00

Beverley. M. Turner. 1829. pp. xxiii, 575, (i) of adverts. Frontis, 6 plates. Royal 4to. Original boards, new paper spine, label & endpapers. Some minor foxing to the plates. Boyne p166.

Reference: 163227

 
OVERTON, Rev Charles. THE HISTORY OF COTTINGHAM. £ 25.00

Hull. J.W. Leng. 1861. pp. 112. Frontis & 1 plate as called for. 8vo. Modern green cloth. Ex-Library woth bookplate, stamp on verso of title and various blind stamps throughout. An OK copy. Boyne 164.

Reference: 12672

 
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

 
PARK, Godfrey Richard. THE HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT BOROUGH OF HEDON in the Seigniory of Holderness, and East Riding of the County of York. £ 60.00

Howden. Mr Pye Books 1994. pp. x, 315. Frontis, 20 plates, 3 further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Blue cloth. Facsimile reprint limited to 100 copies - No. 32. A very good, bright, clean copy. Barnard p 27.

Reference: 6709a

 
PERCY, Thomas. Bishop of Dromore. (Editor). THE REGULATIONS AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE HOUSEHOLD OF HENRY ALGERNON PERCY, THE FIFITH EARL OF NORTHUMBERLAND, at His Castles of Wressle and Leckonfield, in Yorkshire. Begun Anno Domini MDXII. £ 75.00

A New Edition, Edited, with Additional Notes. London. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1905. pp. xxxvi, 452, (viii) of adverts. 8vo. Quarter cloth, boards, spine slightly darkened. Top edge gilt. 3rd edition.

Reference: 9968

 
PHILLIPS, George S. THE GYPSIES OF THE DANES' DIKE. A Story of Hedge-Side Life in England in the year 1855. £ 65.00

London. Sampson Low, Son & Marston. 1864. pp. xii, 416. 8vo. Later binding of quarter black morocco with cloth boards, new endpapers. With the bookplate of John Martin. Some very slight foxing. A very good copy of the first edition.

Reference: 8320

 
POULSON, George. BEVERLAC; or The Antiquities and History of the Town of Beverley, in the County of York, and of The Provostry and Collegiate Establishment of St. John’s; with a Minute Description of the present Minster and the Church of St. Mary, and other Ancient and Modern Edifices. Compiled from Authentic Records, Charters, and Unpublished Manuscripts, with Numerous Embellishments. £ 200.00

London. For George Scaum, Beverley. 1829. 2 vols. pp. xx, 446; (ii), 447 - 816, 83. Frontis - Vol 1, 15 plates, 5 pedigrees. Medium 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. New spines. The text is clean but the plates are foxed, some badly. One pedigree has a tear. Title pages stamped 'Walcot Library 1885 J Goulton Constable'. Lacking errata slip. Boyne p165.

Reference: 13443

 
POULSON, George. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE SEIGNIORY OF HOLDERNESS, in the East-Riding of the County of York, including The Abbies of Meaux and Swine, with the Priories of Nunkeeling and Burstall; compiled from authentic Charters, Redords, and the unpublished Manuscripts of the Rev. William Dade, remaining in the Library of Burton Constable: With numerous Embellishments: £ 180.00

Hull. Robert Brown. 1840/41. 2 vols. pp. xx, 489; 552. 2 frontis's, 39 plates as called for. Illustrations in text. 4to. Original cloth, spines relaid. New endpapers. Some minor foxing. Map at p183 of Vol 1 torn, not affecting image. Boyne p 152.

Reference: 2548

 
POULSON, George. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE SEIGNIORY OF HOLDERNESS, in the East-Riding of the County of York, including The Abbies of Meaux and Swine, with the Priories of Nunkeeling and Burstall; compiled from authentic Charters, Redords, and the unpublished Manuscripts of the Rev. William Dade, remaining in the Library of Burton Constable: With numerous Embellishments: £ 150.00

Hull. Robert Brown. 1840/41. 2 vols. pp. xx, 489; 552. 2 frontis's, 39 plates as called for. Illustrations in text. Royal 4to. Half calf, marbled boards. In Vol 1. the plate at p.163 has residue of selotape marks down the outer edge; in Vol 2. pp. 9 - 12 are misbound and the plate at p. 1 has old selotape down the edge. (Both these plates are folded maps). A very good copy. Boyne p 152.

Reference: 25481

 
QUINLAN, Rev. David. A DICTIONARY OF THE YORKSHIRE MARTYRS. £ 5.00

Hinkley. Samuel Walker (Printer). (1939). pp. 52. Small 8vo. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued, one very small tear. 2nd edition. A very good copy.

Reference: 81210

 
REED, F.R. Cowper. THE GEOLOGICAL HISTORY OF THE RIVERS OF EAST YORKSHIRE being the Segwick Prize Essay for the year 1900. £ 18.00

London. C.J. Clay and Sons. Cambridge University Press. 1901. pp. vii, 103. Frontis (Map - folded), 8 diagrams. 8vo. Paperback, wrapper dust. A good copy 1st edition.

Reference: 110650

 
REYNARD, Captain Frank H. HUNTING NOTES FROM HOLDERNESS. Squire Draper, Tom Hodgson, James Hall and Others. 1726 - 1914. £ 65.00

London. Jas. Truscott & Son Ltd. for the Author. (1920?) pp. xiv, 250, errata slip tipped in on verso of title page. 9 plates. 8vo. Red cloth, spine faded, boards slightly marked, front hinges beginning to split in two places but firm. Top edge gilt. Previous owners name (Bryan Burstall) on front free endpaper. A reasonable copy.

Reference: 12933

 
RHODES, merrill. SUTTON, BRANSHOLME AND WAWNE. Church and People - A Celebration. £ 8.00

Beverley. Hghgate Publications Ltd. 1999. pp. x, 205. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Signed by the author on title page, previous owners name on inside front cover. A very good copy. ISBN 090264511

Reference: 40991

 
ROBINSON, Francis. PATRINGTON, THE QUEEN'S TOWN. Old Customs and Characters. £ 10.00

Privately Printed. (1980s). pp. (iv), 84. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued, staples rusted. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 69491

 
ROSS, Frederick, Richard Stead and Thomas Holderness. A GLOSSARY OF WORDS USED IN HOLDERNESS in the East Riding of Yorkshire. £ 35.00

London. For The English Dialect Society by Trübner & Co. 1877. pp. iv, errata leaf,162. Map. 8vo. Modern black cloth. English Dialect Society. Series C. Original Glossaries, and Glossaries with Fresh Additions. VII. Basil Reckitt's copy with his name and dated December 1939 in ink on front free endpaper.

Reference: 2305

 
SHAWE, John. MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF MASTER JOHN SHAWE, Sometime Vicar of Rotherham, afterwards Minister of St. Mary's Church, Lecturer at the Holy Trinity Church, and Master of God's House Hospital, at kingston - upon - Hull. Written by Himself. £ 80.00

With Notes Explanatory and Biographical by John Broadley. Hull. J. Ferraby. 1824. pp. (vii), 121, errata leaf. 8vo in 4's. Original boards, corners bumped, nasty later paper spine. Boyne p 243, Barnard p13.

Reference: 9255

 
SHEPPARD, Thomas. EVOLUTION OF THE DRAMA IN HULL AND DISTRICT. £ 25.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1927. pp. xii, 253. Frontis, illustrated. 8vo. Green cloth, gilt decoration. Signed by the author on half title. Front free endpaper removed. A good copy.

Reference: 34930

 
SHEPPARD, Thomas. THE MAKING OF EAST YORKSHIRE. (A Chapter in Local Geography). £ 18.00

London, Hull & York. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1906. pp. 29. Frontis, 3 plates. 8vo. Printed wrapper, slightly browned.

Reference: 10915

 
SIMMONS, Geoff & Barry Abraham. STRONG FOUNDATIONS. Driffield's Aerodrome from 1917 to 2000. £ 8.00

Beverley. Hutton Press Ltd. 2001. pp. 192. Illustrated in monochrome. Royal 8vo. Paperback. A bright, clean copy. ISBN 1902709136

Reference: 77016

 
SMITH, M.H. POVERTY IN HOLDERNESS 1700 - 1850. £ 18.00

No Publisher. No date (circa 1968). pp. 82. Royal 8vo. Boards, ring bound spine. Typescript printed on one side of page only with Contents written in hand, occasional ink corrections in the text. Academic thesis.

Reference: 290410

 
SPENCE, Richard T. LONDESBOROUGH HOUSE AND ITS COMMUNITY 1590 - 1643. £ 10.00

Edited by A. Hassell Smith. Burstwick. East Yorkshire Local History Society. 2005. pp. 120. Illustrated. A4. Paperabck. A very good copy. Previous owners name inside front. cover. East Yorkshire Local History Society Series No 53. ISBN 900349530

Reference: 31243

 
STEAD, I.M. RUDSTON ROMAN VILLA. £ 10.00

With contributions by Linda Barnetson, Justine Bayley, P.C. Buckland, R.E. Chaplin, Dorothy Charlesworth, P.E. Curnow, Mary Dalby, J.R.A. Greig, Katherine Hartley, Joan Liversidge, A.L. Pacitto, H. Pengelly, E.J. Phillips, Valery Rigby, D.J. Smith & G.J. Wainwright. Leeds. For the Yorkshire Archaeological Society by Arthur Wigley & Sons Ltd. 1980. pp. (vii), 179. Frontis, 17 plates, 92 figures. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Bright, clean copy.

Reference: 14595

 
SUMNER, Ian & Margaret. BEVERLEY AS IT WAS. £ 5.00

Nelson. Hendon Publishing Co. Ltd. 1991. 60 unnumbered pages. Well illustrated. Oblong 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued.

Reference: 11000

 
SUMNER, Ian. THE WOLDS WAGONERS. The story of the Wagoners' Special Reserve. £ 20.00

The Sledmere Estate. 2000. pp. 58 unnumbered. Well illustrated. Royal 8vo. Paperback. Signed on the title page by Sir Tatton Sykes.

Reference: 18473

 
TAYLOR, Mike. SHIPPING ON THE HUMBER. The North Bank. £ 6.00

Stroud. Tempus Publishing Ltd. 2003. pp. 128. Well illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0752431161. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 6912

 
TAYLOR, Mike. TUGS AND TOWING BARGES ON THE HUMBER WATERWAYS. £ 10.00

Stroud. Tempus Publishing. 2006. pp. 128. Very well illustrated. Royal 8vo. Large format paperback. ISBN 0752438042. As new.

Reference: 19613

 
TEW, Rev. E.L.H. OLD TIMES AND FRIENDS. £ 20.00

London. Simpkin & Co. Ltd; Winchester. Warren & Son. 1908. pp. (viii), 192. 8vo. Blue clooth, spine faded. Tew was Rector of Upham, in the Diocese of Winchester; and sometime Vicar of Hornsea and Rector of Long Riston in the Diocese of York, so parts of the book relate to East Yorkshire. A good copy.

Reference: 8207

 
THOMPSON, W.H. THE SPEECH OF HOLDERNESS AND EAST YORKSHIRE. £ 45.00

Hull. A. Brown & Sons. 1890. pp. viii, 76. (viii) of adverts. Small 8vo. Maroon cloth, spine faded.

Reference: 3902

 
TODD, The Rev. Henry John. AN AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OF OUR AUTHORIZED TRANSLATION OF THE HOLY BIBLE, and of the Translators: With testimonies to the excellence of the translation. £ 50.00

Malton. R. Smithson. 1834. pp. 68. 8vo. Original cloth, faded. 2nd edition. Stitching going.

Reference: 12248

 
TROTTER, Eleanor. SEVENTEENTH CENTURY LIFE IN THE COUNTRY PARISH with special reference to Local Government. £ 10.00

London. Frank Cass & Co. Ltd. 1968. pp. xiv, 242. Map, folded, at rear. 8vo. D/W, slightly frayed. New impression. Based mainly upon records of the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire.

Reference: 13528

 
ULYATT, Michael E. & Edward W. Paget-Tomlinson. HUMBER SHIPPING. A Pictorial History. £ 6.00

Clapham. Dalesman Publishing Co. Ltd. 1979. pp, 80. Well illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0852064888. Some sections of text block beginning to brown, otherwise a very good clean copy.

Reference: 114156

 
VAN de NOORT, Robert & Stephen Ellis. (Editors). WETLAND HERITAGE OF HOLDERNESS. An Archaeological Survey. £ 30.00

Preface by John Coles. Contributors are Alex Bayliss, Mark Dinnin, Stephen Ellis, Jon Ette, Helen Fenwick, Ruth Head, Malcolm Lillie, Richard Middleton, David Taylor, Maisie Taylor, Robert Van de Noort and David Weir. The University of Hull. Humber Wetlands Project, School of Geography and Earth Resources. 1995. pp. (ix), 387. Illustrated with diagrams. A4. Laminated boards. Commissioned by Engllish Heritage.

Reference: 7070

 
WARD, J.M.G. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF GOLF ON WESTWOOD. £ 6.00

Beverley. Coxton Publications Ltd. 1990. pp. xii, 96. 44 illustrations. 8vo. D/W. Beverley and East Riding Golf Club 1889 - 1989.

Reference: 1085918

 
WATTS, Anthony V. THE HUMBER. Geography, History, Local Craft. £ 10.00

With a Foreword by The Rev. W.B. Andrews, Port Chaplain, Mission to Seamen, Hull. North Ferriby. Lockington Publishing Co. Ltd. (1980). pp. 58. Illustrated. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Signed by the author. ISBN 0905490118. A very good copy.

Reference: 85801

 
WHITE, Col. W. Lambert. (Compiler);Lock, Major F.H. (Editor) RECORDS OF THE EAST YORKSHIRE VOLUNTEER FORCE (1914 - 1919). £ 70.00

Hull. Eastern Morning and Hull News Co. Ltd. 1920. pp. 82. Frontis, 68 photographs. 8vo. Original red cloth.

Reference: 140677

 
WHITTAKER, Jack. (Compiler). OLD WITHERNSEA and surrounding villages remembered. £ 10.00

Beverley. Hutton Press Ltd. 1990. pp. 84. Illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 1872167128. A good copy.

Reference: 7002

 
WILBRAHAM, G.W. OUR HOLDERNESS. A Historical Survey from earliest times. £ 12.00

(Withernsea. Holderness Gazette.) ND. Circa 1940s. pp. 24. 4to. Printed wrapper stapled as issued.

Reference: 155010

 
WILDRIDGE, T. Tindall. THE MISERERES OF BEVERLEY MINSTER: A Complete Series of Drawings of the Seat Carvings in the Choir of St. John’s, Beverley, Yorkshire: with Notes on the Plates and Subject. £ 6.00

Driffield. Honeyfield Books. 1982. pp. (v), 53. 1 plan, 74 plates. 8vo. D/W. Facsimile reprint of the original edition of 1879.

Reference: 14457

 
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

 
WISE, Val. FREDERICK ELWELL RA. 1870 - 1958. £ 6.00

Beverley. Hutton Press Ltd. 1989. pp. 45. 26 illustrations. Oblong 8vo. Paperback stapled as issued.

Reference: 108070

 
WYRALL, Everard. THE EAST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 - 1918. £ 85.00

London. Harrison & Sons Ltd. 1928. pp. xx, 486. Frontis, 11 plates, 15 maps. 8vo. Original red cloth, spine faded. Some minor foxing. A very good copy.

Reference: 20617

 
 
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