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(BALL, Henry Wm.). THE SOCIAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF BARTON-UPON-HUMBER. £ 55.00

Editorship by G. Poulson. Barton-upon-Humber. M.Ball. 1856. pp. (iii), 72, 24, 16 of adverts + 24 + 12 of publishers adverts. Frontis, 4 plates. 8vo. original cloth, blind stamped. Corners bumped.

Reference: 332106

 
(FARRER, W.). THE HISTORY OF RIPON: with descriptions of Studley-Royal, Fountains' Abbey, Newby, Hackfall, etc, etc. An Analysis of Aldfield Spaw: and Lists of the rarer indigenous plants found in the neighbourhood. £ 60.00

Ripon. W. Farrer; London. Longman & Co.; York. Wilson & Spence. 1806. pp. 314. Frontis, 1 plate, tail pieces. 12mo. Contemporary half calf, marbled boards. With the bookplate of Dr Kenneth Green and a later reprint of the coat of arms/bookplate of Henry Maister oif Kingston upon Hull. A very good copy.

Reference: 14790

 
(GARTHWAITE, Mrs.) Compiler. MILL ROAD METHODIST CHURCH, CLEETHORPES COOKERY BOOK. All Recipes Tested by Well-Known Ladies. £ 30.00

Published on the occasion of Ye Olde Englishe Fayre Costume Bazaar. 1935. pp. 132. 8vo. Quarter cloth, printed boards. A very good copy.

Reference: 82600

 
(GUNTON, Simon.) A HISTORY OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF PETERBOROUGH, from its Foundation, to the Present Time. Containing the manner in which it has been destroyed once by the Danes and twice by fire, and as often re-edified. BOUND WITH ANON. A MODERN DELINEATION OF THE TOWN AND PORT OF KINGSTON UPON HULL: being An Accurate Guide to All the Various Objects of Public Interest or Importance, Curiosity or Amusement, in Hull and its Environs. £ 250.00

Peterborough. J. Jacob; Hull. W. Turner. 1790 & 1805. pp. (ii), 110; pp. (iv), ii, v, 114, (vi), xiv. Frontis to the first work. 12mo. Half red calf, marbled baords, slightly rubbed. Spine decorated in gilt. The History of the Cathedral Church of Peterborough is an abridgement of Gunton's History of the Church of Peterburgh. It has been trimmed without loss of text and it's ESTC No. is T185365. It is the 3rd edition. With the booplate of Dr Kenneth Green. A good copy.

Reference: 184397

 
(HOLLOWAY, Henry Richard.) WALKS ROUND RYDE: or, The Summer Visitors' Companion. £ 40.00

BOUND WITH SOUTHALL, Charles Heywood. SOUTHALL'S POCKET GUIDE TO ST. LEONARDS AND HASTINGS, containing a description of those admired watering places, and of the surrounding country; with information respecting the fishery, trade, antiquities, history, and other particulars of interest and importace to visitors. 5th edition. Ryde: Gabell & Denyer; St. Leonards':C.H. Sothall. 1844; ND - pre 1852. pp. 96; 82. Folded frontis to second work. 12mo. Disbound. Walks Round Ryde is the 1st edition. pp 82 (Index leaf) of Pocket Guide to St Leonards is torn, text affected but still legible. Both works trimmed, not affecting text.

Reference: 19493

 
(LIGHTFOOT & CO.) ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE VIEWS of Scarborough & District. £ 35.00

Scarborough. Lightfoot & Co. ND (Circa 1900?). 161 monochrome photographs. Royal 8vo. Black boards with gilt decortaion, slightly scuffed.

Reference: 112890

 
ANON. A TRANSLATION OF THE LATIN INSCRIPTION. £ 140.00

Hull. W. Rawson. (1797). Single sheet. Translation of the Latin Inscription and Obsevation of the Roman Pavement discovered by William Fowler, of Winterton, in the Garden of Thomas Shirley in the village of Horkstow.

Reference: 7083

 
ANON. AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRIPTIVE GUIDE TO SCARBOROUGH and its Environs. £ 175.00

York. W. Blanchard for James Schofield. (1787)? pp. viii, 192. 8vo. Original wrapper repaired. New paper spine and label, new endpapers. BL.

Reference: 14198

 
ANON. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE CITY OF YORK, From its Origin to the Present Times. Illustrated with Twenty-Two Copper-Plates. £ 150.00

York. Printed by A. Ward. 1785. 3 vols. pp.(iv), 400; (ii), 402; (ii), 292. 22 plates of which 9 are folded. 12mo in 6s. Modern half calf, marbled boards, new endpapers. The binding is a little tight. A bright copy. Boyne. p.46. 'This work is principally a compilation from Drake's History, from whence the Plates have been borrowed....'

Reference: 13055

 
ANON. THE MIRROR of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction. Vol XIV. No. 397. £ 5.00

London. J. Limbird. 1829. pp. 289 - 304. 8vo. Disbound. Includes an illustration and article on Burleigh in Lincolnshire.

Reference: 13275

 
ANON. THE REGISTER OF PERSONS ENTITLED TO VOTE AT ANY ELECTION of a Member or Members to serve in Parliament, for the Southern Division of the West Riding of the County of York, between the 30th Novembre 1861 and the 1st December 1862 within the Thorne Polling District. £ 5.00

Howden. Mr Pye (Books). 1992. pp. 32 unnumbered pages. A4. Printed wrapper, stapled as issued. Facsimile reprint limited to 300 copies.

Reference: 6755

 
ATKINSON, Rev. J.C. A HANDBOOK FOR ANCIENT WHITBY & ITS ABBEY. £ 20.00

London. Kent & Co; Whitby. Silvester Reed. (1882). pp. (iii), 115. 8vo. Original green cloth. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 9756

 
ATTHILL, Rev. William. DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE FOUNDATON AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF MIDDLEHAM, in the County of York; with an historical introducction, and incidental notices of the castle, town, and neighbourhood. £ 10.00

London. The Camden Society. 1847. pp. xxix, 112.. 1 plate. 4to. Original green blind stamped cloth. Black & white photograph tipped in as a frontis with previous owner's bookplate, 2 colour photographs tipped in on the rear endpapers. A very good copy.

Reference: 9312

 
ATTHILL, Rev. William. DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE FOUNDATON AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH OF MIDDLEHAM, in the County of York; with an historical introducction, and incidental notices of the castle, town, and neighbourhood. £ 6.00

New York. AMS Press Inc. 1968 pp. xxix, 112.. 1 plate. 8vo. Blue cloth. Black & white photograph tipped in on front free endpaper. Previous owner's bookplate. Facsimile reprint. A very good copy.

Reference: 9312R

 
AVELING, James H. THE HISTORY OF ROCHE ABBEY, from its Foundation to its Dissolution. £ 75.00

Worksop. Robert White. 1870. pp. xxiv, 20. Frontis, 15 plates. Royal 8vo. Original cloth, spine relaid, hinges strengthened,later endpapers. A leaf has been inserted between pp 86/87 with a newspaper article tipped in. The article is from the Yorkshire Post, dated Aug. 2. 1927 and entitled 'Pope's Curse. Rotherham Family Legend of 16th Century Romance.' A good copy.

Reference: 9902

 
BAINES, Edward. BAINES'S YORKSHIRE. A new printing of the two volumesof History, Directory and Gazetteer of the County of York. £ 20.00

With new introduction by Owen Ashmore. Newton Abbot. David & Charles Reprints; Wakefield. S.R. Publishers Ltd. 1969. 2 vols. pp. (ix), (xvi), 654; (iv), (xvi), 615, (ii). 8vo. D/Ws, torn and frayed. Blind stamp of previous owners address on front free endpaper. Vol 1- West Rding; Vol 2 East & North Ridings Very clean, good copy.

Reference: 162147

 
BAINES, Thomas. YORKSHIRE, PAST AND PRESENT: A History and a Description of the Three Ridings of the great County of York, £ 300.00

from the earliest ages to the year 1870; with an account of its manufactures, commerce, and civil and mechanical engineering. Including an Account of the Woollen Trade of Yorkshire by Edward Baines. London. William MacKenzie. (1871 - 1877). 2 vols in 4. pp. 4, 352; 353 - 702; 352; 353 - 704. 27 plates, 1 map folded. Royal 8vo. Full red morocco with gilt decoration, all edges gilt, corners darkened, slight different in colour of the spines of the first and second parts.. A superb set.

Reference: 11555

 
BAKER, Edward. SOJOURN IN SCARBOROUGH 1850. The Diary of Edward Baker. £ 25.00

With an Introduction by Patricia Fenteman. Leeds. The Old Hall Press. 1984. pp. xvii, 35. 2 maps, 30 tipped in plates. Oblong 8vo. Quarter cloth, marbled boards. Limited edition of 250 copies. ISBN 0946534012. A very good copy.

Reference: 123490

 
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

 
BAYLY, James. FOUR CHURCHES IN THE DEANERY OF BUCKROSE. Restored or Built by the Late George Edmund Stree, R.A. for Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart. £ 65.00

London. James Akerman. N.D. pp. (vii),15. 4 plans, 17 plates, further illustrations in the text. Small folio. Red cloth, very slightly marked.

Reference: 3499

 
BEBB, Prudence. LIFE IN REGENCY WHITBY 1811 - 1820. £ 10.00

York. William Sessions Ltd. 2000. pp. viii, 112. Coloured frontis, further monochrome illustrations throughout the text. 8vo. Paperback. A very good, bright, clean copy. ISBN 1850722579

Reference: 10099

 
BIGGINS, James M. HISTORIANS OF YORK. £ 4.00

London & York. St. Anthony's press. (1956). pp. 22. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Borthwick Institute of Historical Research. St Anthony's Hall Publications No. 10.

Reference: 203961

 
BROOKS, F.W. (Editor). MISCELLANEA Vol. V. £ 6.00

Includes A Calendar of the early judgments of the Hull Trinity House; A Calendar of early orders from the Oath and Bond book of the Hull trinity House; East Riding Muster Roll 1584. The Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 1951. pp. (ii), xlvi, 134. 8vo. Original brown cloth. Record Series Vol CXVI being the second volume for the year 1949. A very good copy.

Reference: 6832

 
BROOKS, F.W. (Editor). THE FIRST ORDER BOOK OF THE HULL TRINITY HOUSE 1632 - 1665. £ 10.00

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

 
BROWN, Robert, Solicitor. A SECOND LETTER TO THE REV. GEORGE UPPLEBY, Vicar of Barton upon Humber. In reply to a Letter from him to Robt. Brown, Wm. Graburn, and Lyne Brown, Esquires, respecting the Teaching and Conduct of his Curate: with a Vindication of Former Charges, as Examination of Two of his Published Sermons, and a Refutation of certain charges contained in notes and an appendix to the same. £ 45.00

London. Seeleys; Hull. R.T. Cussons. 1850. pp. 78, addenda et corrigenda leaf, advert leaf. 8vo. Disbound. Stitched as issues.

Reference: 35476

 
BUTLER, Lawrence. SANDAL CASTLE, Wakefield. The History and Archaeology of a Medieval Castle. £ 6.00

Wakefield Historical Publications. 1991. pp. viii, 130. Frontis, 55 monochrome illustrations. 4to. Paperback, head of spine torn, otherwise a bright, clean copy. ISBN 0901869317

Reference: 308730

 
CALVERT, F.B. A DEFENCE OF THE ACTED DRAMA, in a Letter addressed to the Rev. Thomas Best, M.A. of Sheffield. £ 75.00

Hull. Thomas Topping. 1822. pp. 29. Small 8vo in 4’s. Original wrapper, somewhat frayed. Slight foxing. Corners are worn. Calvert p. xiv, Arnott, Robinson & Lowe 511. An answer to a sermon preached by Mr Best, as reported in the Sheffield Mercury.

Reference: 13061

 
CARR, R.J.M. (Editor). DOCKLAND. An Illustrated Historical Survey of Life and Work in East London. £ 6.00

North East London Polytechnic in conjunction with the Greater London Council. 1986. pp. 304. Frontis. Illustrated in monochrome with photographs, drawings and plans. Royal 8vo. Paperback, bottom front corner a little creased. A good copy.

Reference: 10188

 
CARTER, Paul. (Editor). BRADFORD POOR LAW UNION. Papers and Correspondence with the Poor Law Commission October 1834 - January 1839. £ 10.00

Woodbridge. Yorkshire Archaeological Society in association with the Boydell Press. 2004. pp. xlviii, 226. Illustrated with figures and facsimiles. 8vo. D/W. Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Volume CLVII for the year 2003. ISBN 0902122959. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 416650

 
CLARKE, Richard. HOUSING IN A NINETEENTH CENTURY NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE MARKET TOWN: A Study of Barton-on-Humber. The Later History of Barton-on-Humber, Part Five. £ 10.00

Barton-on-Humber. Fathom Writers Press. 2012. pp. (x), 112. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 9780955595080. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 66102

 
DAVIES, Rev. M. THE HISTORY OF GRIMSBY from early times to the present day. £ 25.00

With a foreword by Harold King. Grimsby. Burnetts Ltd. 1942. pp. (xi), 96, (vii) of index. 4 sketched plans. 8vo. Full soft calf binding.

Reference: 121470

 
DAYES, Edward. A PICTURESQUE TOUR THROUGH THE PRINCIPAL PARTS OF YORKSHIRE AND DERBYSHIRE; by the late Mr Edward Dayes: £ 95.00

With Illustrative Notes by Edward Wedlake Brayley. London. John Nichols & Son. 1825. pp. viii, 204. Frontis, additional engraved title page, 12 plates with tissue guards. 8vo. Full calf, Later spine, new endpapers. 2nd edition. Boyne p 28. The 1st edition was printed with the Complete Writings of Dayes in 1805. The plates & Description of the Tour are the same in the 2nd edition, except that it has four additional plates.

Reference: 31592

 
DAYSH, G.H.J. A SURVEY OF WHITBY AND THE SURROUNDING AREA £ 36.00

Contributors are J.E. Hemingway, J.W. House, J.H. Appleton,M.R.G. Conzen, E. Allen , & D.H. Fryer. Eton. The Shakespeare Head Press. 1958. pp. xv, 254. Frontis, illustrated with photographs, charts, diagrams. Loosely inserted 5 additional maps. 4to. Blue cloth. A very good copy.

Reference: 13341

 
DODSWORTH, Ted. (Compiler). THE TRAIN NOW STANDING. Volume One. Life and Times of the Hull and Barnsley Railway: A Pictorial Miscellany. £ 5.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1990. pp. 107. Very well illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. ISBN 0907033954. A very good copy. Vol 1 only

Reference: 66439

 
DOWSON, F.W. GOATHLAND in History and Folk-Lore including Original Dialect Verse. £ 20.00

With a Foreword by J. Fairfax-Blakeborough. London & Hull. A. Brown & Sons Ltd. 1947. pp. xv, 152. Frontis, 8 plates. 8vo. Tan cloth, spine faded, corners slightly bumped. Previous owner's bookplate and blind stamp. A good copy.

Reference: 28735

 
EASDOWN, Martin. YORKSHIRE'S SEASIDE PIERS. £ 6.00

Barnsley. Wharncliffe Books. 2008. pp. viii, 152. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 1845630629. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 66660

 
EDWARDS, William. THE EARLY HISTORY OF THE NORTH RIDING. £ 15.00

London. A Brown & Sons Ltd. 1924. pp. xvi, 267. Frontis, 32 plates, 4 line drawings, 1 map folded. 4to. Tan cloth, corners slightly bumped. A very good copy.

Reference: 8528C

 
ELLER, The Rev. Irvin. THE HISTORY OF BELVOIR CASTLE, from the Norman Conquest to the Nineteenth Century: Accompanied by A Description of the present Castle, and critical notices of the paintings, tapestry, statuary, etc, with which it is enriched. £ 120.00

London. R. Tyas & R. Groombridge; Grantham. S. Ridge. 1841. pp. viii, 410. Frontis, engraved title, folded pedigree, 3 plans, 2 plates. 8vo. Original blind stamped green cloth with gilt decoration. minor foxing of the frontis and engraved title, otherwise a bright copy. Previous owners' names on front free endpaper.

Reference: 10635

 
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

 
FIELDHOUSE, Raymond & John Barrett. THE STREETS OF SCARBOROUGH. £ 5.00

A Survey of the Streets and Buildings of the Borough of Scarborough undertaken on behalf of the Scarborough and District Civic Society. the Scarborough & District Civic Society. 1982. pp. 63. Illustrated with line drawings. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 11319

 
FINNIGAN, Robert E. THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST. ANNE LEEDS. A History and Guide. £ 5.00

London. The Universe. Associated Catholic Publications Co. Ltd. 1988. pp. 118. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Previous owners inscription on half title, remains of sticky tabs on verso. A good copy. ISBN 0949005436

Reference: 87741

 
FORREST, C. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF KNOTTINGLEY in the Parish of Pontefract. With Historical Notices of the neighbouring Villages of Birkin, Brotherton, Fryston & Ferrybridge. £ 24.00

Leeds. Old Hall Press. 1992. pp. (iv), 141, xxv, (ii). Illustrated. 8vo. Red, blind stamped cloth. Facsimile reprint of the 1871 edition. Previous owners bookplate. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 17924

 
GENT, Thomas THE MOST DELECTABLE, SCRIPTURAL AND PIOUS HISTORY OF THE FAMOUS AND MAGNIFICENT GREAT EASTERN WINDOW (According to Beautiful Portraitures) in St. Peter's Cathedral, York.... BOUND before this - GENT, Thomas. THE INSTRUCTIVE, POETICAL AND ENTERTAINING HISTORY OF THE ANCIENT MILITIA IN YORKSHIRE. Also a third work - NOMINA VILLARUM EBORACENSIUM: or An Index of all the Towns and Villages in the Ciounty of York, and County of the City of York, Alphabetically digested. £ 800.00

(York). Impressed for the Author in St. Peter's Gate. 1762. Description of the Great Eastern Window:- pp. (ii), xxiv, 196, 12, (iv) of subscribers, 24. Uncolouredfolded, folded frontis of the window, folded plan of York, folded leaf entitled Pious Contemplation. Gent illustration pasted onto p70. Many wood cuts throughout the text. 8vo. Full calf, front hinge cracked but strings holding. Text block trimmed occasionally affecting the text. Boyne p. 44; ESTC T26494. Description of History of the Ancient Militia:- (1760?) pp. (iv) with 16 wood cuts. This is a prospectus for a book never published and a list of books printed and published by Gent. ESTC T26493. Desxcription of Nomina Villarum Eboracensium. York. A. Ward. 1768. pp. (ii), 104. Boyne p. 7. ESTC T43137. Boyne p. 44; ESTC T26494

Reference: 15175P

 
GENT, Thomas. DIVINE JUSTICE AND MERCY DISPLAYED.. £ 150.00

Set forth in the unhappy birth, wicked life, and miserable End of that deceitful Apostle, Judas Iscariot; Who, for thirty Pieces of Silver, betrayed and sold his Lord and Master Jesus Christ. Shewing, i. His Mother's Dream after Conception; the manner of his birth; and the evident Marks of hsi future shame. ii. How his Parents, inclosing him in a little Chest, threw him into the Sea; where he was found by a King on the Coast of Iscariot, who called him by that name. iii. His Advancement to be a Privy Counsellor; and how he unfortunately killed the King's son. iv. He fleas to Joppa; and, unknowingly, slew his own Fahter; for which he was forced to abscond a second time. v. Returnign a Year after, he married his Mother; who knew him to be her Child by the particular Marks he had, and by his Declaration. vi. And lastly, seeming to repent of his wicked Actions, he followed our blessed Saviour, and became one of his Apostles; but after betray'd him into the Hands of the chief Priests; and then, miserably hanging himself, his Bowels dript out of his Belly. York. At the New Printing Office in Fosgate. 1772. pp. 24. Tailpiece. 8vo. Half calf, later spine, marbled boards slightly rubbed. Typeface faint in places. ESTC T26491

Reference: 38241

 
GIBSON, William Sidney. THE HISTORY OF THE MONASTERY FOUNDED AT TYNEMOUTH, in the Diocese of Durham, to the honour of God, under the Invocation of theBlesses Virgin Mary and S. Alwin, King & Martyr. £ 175.00

London. William Pickering. 1846 - 47. 2 vols. pp. (iv), xxvi, (x), xxxiv, (xxv), 252; viii, (viii), 125, ccxii, (ii). 56 illuminations and engravings. Small folio. Quarter calf, cloth boards. Spines slightly rubbed, corners bumped. Some of the tissue guards are slightly foxed. Inscribed on front free endpaper 'To George Fenwick Boyd from his affectionate Father E F Boyd.' A good copy. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED

Reference: 159680

 
GILLETT, Edward. A HISTORY OF GRIMSBY. £ 16.00

Oxford University Press for the University of Hull. 1970. pp. x, 322. 5 plates, 6 maps. 8vo. D/W, very slightly frayed. With the bookplate of Dr Kenneth Green and inscribed by the author 'E. Gillett 4 May 1970 with gratitude and admiration.' A very good, clean copy. ISBN197134114

Reference: 84871

 
GILLETT, Edward. A HISTORY OF GRIMSBY. £ 30.00

Oxford University Press for the University of Hull. 1970. pp. x, 322. 5 plates, 6 maps. 8vo. Quarter calf, marbled boards. With the bookplate of Dr Kenneth Green and inscribed by the author 'Edward Gillett for his friend & colleague Ken Green 1982.' ISBN197134114. A hansome copy.

Reference: 84871L

 
GREGSON, Joseph. POEMS. £ 12.00

London, Hull, & York. A. Brown & Sons Ltd for the Author. Circa 1914. pp. xix, 77. 5 plates. 8vo. Green cloth, top edge gilt. Endpapers slightly foxed. Includes poems on Danes Dyke, Scarborough and Stainton Dale.

Reference: 10691

 
GURNHILL, Rev. J. A MONOGRAPH ON THE GAINSBOROUGH PARISH REGISTERS. £ 35.00

London. Elliot Stock; Gainsborough. W. Amcoats. 1890. pp. x, 120, (ii) of adverts. Frontis. 8vo. Cream cloth, spine sunned, gilt lettering. 2 texts tipped on to reverse of frontis. The printer of this work is W.G.B. Page of Kingston upon Hull. Previous owner's name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 64581

 
HAINES, Charles Reginald. DOVER PRIORY. A History of the Priory of St. Mary the Virgin, and St. Martin of the New Work. £ 35.00

With a Foreword by G.G. Coulton. Cambridge University Press. 1930. pp. xxii, 513. Frontis, 16 plates, 11 illustrations in the text. 8vo. Original blue cloth, spine dulled. Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 8468

 
HARGROVE, E. THE YORKSHIRE GAZETTEER, or, Dictionary of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, Monasteries and Castles; Principal Mountains, Rivers, etc.; In the County of York, And Ainsty, or County of the City, of York; describing the Situation of Each, and the Various Events by which some of them have been distinguished. £ 100.00

Knaresborough. Hargrove and Son. 1812. pp. 375, (i), of adverts. Frontis - Map, folded and coloured. 12mo in 6’s. Half calf, marbled boards. 2nd edition. Boyne p7.

Reference: 14609

 
HEMM, Gordon. ST. GEORGE'S HALL, LIVERPOOL. £ 12.00

With a foreword by Alderman A. Ernest Shennan. Liverpool. The Northern Publishing Co. Ltd. 1949. pp. 53. Well illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 8vo. Original printed boards, head of spine slightly chipped. 3 blind stamps of Bradshaw, Gass & Hope. Bolton. Architects and Surveyors. A good copy.

Reference: 14526

 
HINDERWELL, Thomas. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF SCARBOROUGH AND THE VICINITY. £ 50.00

York. Thomas Wilson for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown. 1811. pp. 435, errata. Frontis, 3 plates. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards. pp 129/130 lacking bottom corner, not affecting text; pp 259/260 tear repaired not afecting text. The whole book is very badly foxed, the paper is of poor quality. 2nd edition. Boyen p198.

Reference: 9520

 
HIRST, Alan & Peter Horsley. MARITIME FLEETWOOD. A Photographic Record. £ 4.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1996. pp. 142. Illustrated. Oblong 4to. Paperback. A good, clean copy. ISBN 1872167853

Reference: 7526

 
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

 
HODGETT, Gerald A.J. TUDOR LINCOLNSHIRE. £ 10.00

Lincoln. History of Lincolnshire Committee. 1975. pp. xvii, 212. Frontis, 16 plates, 1 map folded, 2 illustrations in text. 8vo. D/W, spine slightly faded. History of Lincolnshire Volume VI. A very good copy. ISBN 0902668056

Reference: 6656

 
HOLROYD, Abraham. SALTAIRE, AND ITS FOUNDER, SIR TITUS SALT, BART. £ 12.00

Bradford. T. Brear; F. Hammond; Saltaire. Abraham Holroyd; Bingley. Thomas Harrison. 1873. pp. 91. Frontis. Small 8vo. Original green cloth with gilt and black decoration. A nice little thing.

Reference: 23150

 
HOPE, W.H. St. John. THE ABBEY OF ST. MARY IN FURNESS, LANCASHIRE. £ 35.00

(Cumberland & Westmoreland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society). (1902). pp. 221 - 302. Frontis, 17 plates, 4 plans. 8vo. Quarter cloth, cloth boards. No title page,taken from the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society's Transactions, Vol. XVI. A very good copy.

Reference: 7922

 
HOTTEN, John Camden. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF NEARLY FIFTEEN HUNDRED CURIOUS AND RARE BOOKS, Tracts, MSS, and Engravings, relating to the History and Topography of Yorkshire, collected by John Camden Hotten, with numerous descriptive Notes, Literary Anecdotes, etc. Illustrated with curious old wood-engravings formerly in the possession of John Cole, the Eccentric Bookseller, of Scarborough. £ 8.00

Alex Alec-Smith Books & Mr Pye (Books). 1999. pp.50.Illustrated with wood cuts. 8vo. Paper boards with labels on spine and front board. Facsimile reprint in an edition of 250 copies.50 copies original published in 1863. NEW

Reference: 5652

 
HOWITT, William. THE RURAL LIFE OF ENGLAND. £ 125.00

Illustrated with wood-engravings, designed and executed by Samuel Williams. London. Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans. 1838. 2 vols. pp. xx, 396; xii, 386. Illustrated with vignettes as head and tail pieces to some chapters. 8vo. Full green morocco with gilt decoration, spines faded. All edges gilt. Lacking half-titles. All endpapers foxed and slightly water stained. The text block is not affected with staining and there is only minor, occasional foxing. An attractive set. 1st edition. Volume 1 §contains chapters on Annesley Hall and Newstead Abbey.

Reference: 85910

 
HURT, Fred. LINCOLN DURING THE WAR. £ 10.00

Lincoln. W.J. Harrison Printers. 1991. pp. 116. Illustrated with photographs. 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. 2nd reprint.

Reference: 32334

 
HUTTON, W. THE SCARBOROUGH TOUR, in 1803. £ 120.00

London. John Nichols and Son. 1804. pp. 318. 8vo. Half calf, marbled boards, spine relaid. No half-title. 1st edition. Boyne p200

Reference: 11872

 
JARVIS, Adrian. DOCKS OF THE MERSEY. £ 6.00

London. Ian Allan Ltd. 1988. pp. 48. Illustrated in monochrome. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. Produced in association with the National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside. ISBN 0711015333

Reference: 26303

 
JONES, E. Alan. YORKSHIRE GYPSY FAIRS, CUSTOMS & CARAVANS 1885 - 1985. £ 6.00

Beverley. Hutton Press. 1986. pp. 113. Well illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0907033431. A very good copy.

Reference: 92370

 
KEIGHLEY, Marion. WHITBY WRITERS. Writers of Whitby and District 1867 - 1949. £ 20.00

Whitby. For the Author by Horne & Son Ltd. 1957. pp. (xiv), 239, (v). Small 8vo. Original cloth. A very good copy.

Reference: 8071

 
KITCHEN, G.W. THE STORY OF THE DEANERY, DURHAM 1070 - 1912. £ 20.00

Durham. Thomas Caldcleugh. 1912. pp. 100. Frontis, 28 illustrations. Royal 8vo. Original purple cloth with gilt decoration, spine faded. A very good copy.

Reference: 67460

 
LEACH, Terence R & Robert Pacey. LOST LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTRY HOUSES. £ 30.00

Burgh le Marsh. Old Chapel Lane Books. 1990 - 1993. 4 vols. pp. 36; 80; 56; 58. 163 illustrations. A4. Printed wrappers, stapled as issued. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 15490

 
LEARY, William. LINCOLNSHIRE METHODISM. Celebrating 250 Years. £ 10.00

Buckingham. Barracuda Books Ltd. 1988. pp. 136. Illustrated in monochrome. 4to. D/W, very slightly frayed. No. 388 of an unspecified limitation.

Reference: 17782

 
LEYLAND, John. THE YORKSHIRE COAST and The Cleveland Hills and Dales. £ 12.00

With illustrations by Alfred Dawson and Lancelot Speed. London. Seeley and Co. Ltd. 1892. pp. 334. Frontis, 18 illustrations & maps. 8vo. Green cloth, with gilt decoration, slightly marked. Internally a very good clean copy. Small paper copy.

Reference: 3424

 
LOFTIE, Arthur Gershom. GREAT SALKELD; Its Rectors and History. £ 35.00

London & Derby. Bemrose & Son Ltd. 1900. pp. viii, 180. Frontis, 6 plates. Small 8vo. Red cloth, spine faded. Inscribed in pencil on the front free endpaper 'Mrs Wilkinson from the author.'

Reference: 7614

 
LYTH, John. GLIMPSES OF EARLY METHODISM IN YORK and the surrounding district. £ 35.00

York. William Sessions; London. Hamilton, Adams & Co. 1885. pp. (iii), 320. Frontis, 6 plates. 8vo. Blue cloth with black & gilt decoration. Spine slightly dulled.Previous owners name stamped on front free endpaper, preface & appendix.

Reference: 17288

 
MALCOLM, J.P. EXCURSIONS IN THE COUNTIES OF KENT, GLOUCESTER, HEREFORD, MONMOUTH, AND SOMERSET, in the years 1802, 1803, and 1805; illustrated by Descriptive Sketches of the most interesting places and buildings; particularly the Cathedrals of Cantebury, Gloucester, Hereford, and Bristol. With Delineations of Character in different Ranks of Life. £ 75.00

The Second Edition, embellished with Twenty-Two highly finished plates. London. Nichols, Son & Bentley. 1814. pp. (iv), 1 - 6, (ii) List of plates misbound, 7 - 245, (i) of adverts. Frontis, 21 plates. 8vo. Original boards, paper spine & label. Corners bumped, boards stained, label stained and rubbed. Small amount of foxing. The plate of Leominster Church is bound in upside down. Malcolm was an American, born in Philadelphia , the son of a merchant of that city. He trained for two years at the Royal Academy but finding that insuffcient encouragement was given to history and landscape painting he took to engraving.

Reference: 34300

 
McNEIL, Robina & John S F Walker. THE HERITAGE ATLAS 3. Warehouse Album. £ 8.00

University of Manchester. Field Archaeology Centre. 1997. pp. 59. Illustrated with photographs and plans. Royal 8vo. Printed wrapper stapled as issued. A very good bright, clean copy. ISBN 0952781352

Reference: 111054

 
METCALF, John. THE LIFE OF JOHN METCALF. Blind Jack of Knaresborough. £ 25.00

Leeds. Old Hall Press. 1989. pp. v, 141. Frontis. Small 8vo. Quarter blue calf, marbled boards, blue cloth slipcase. Facsimile reprint of the 1795 edition. No 3 of a limited edition of 550, 50 copies of which have been printed on Zerkall mould made paper and bound in quarter leather. Previous owner's bookplate on limitation page. A very good copy.

Reference: 76240

 
MILLER, Edward. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF DONCASTER and its Vincinity, with Anecdotes of Eminent Men. £ 50.00

Howden. Mr Pye (Books). 1984. pp. (viii), xii, 398, (ii), xlv. Folded frontis, 11 plates, further illustrations in the text. Medium 4to. Half morocco, cloth boards. Facsimile reprint of the 1804 edition. ISBN 0946289077. This copy is No. 50 of a limited edition of 200 of which Numbers 1 - 100 are bound in half morocco and comprise the Subscribers Edition and has the partially removed bookplate and signature of Harry P. Tate, one of the subscribers.

Reference: 36356

 
MORRELL, W. Wilberforce. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF SELBY, In the West Riding of the County of York, containing Its Ancient and Present State, Ecclesiastical and Civil, Collected from Various Public Records, and Other Authentic Evidences; with Notices of the Neighbouring Parish of Brayton, and the Townships of Thorpe Willoughby, Burn, Barlow, Hambleton, and Gateforth. £ 45.00

Howden. Mr Pye (Book). 1983. pp. xxiii, 17 - 350. Frontis, 22 plates, 2 maps. 8vo. Half calf, boards. Facsimile edition limited to 200 copies. This is no. 99. With the bookplate of Dr Kenneth Green. A very good copy.

Reference: 7708R

 
NELSON, T.H., with the co-operation of W. Eagle Clarke and F. Boyes. THE BIRDS OF YORKSHIRE. Being a Historical Account of the Avi-Fauna of the County. £ 90.00

London, Hull & York. A Brown & Sons Ltd. 1907. 2 vols. pp. xlv, 374; xii, 375 - 843. Coloured frontis's and pictorial titles. 158 monochrome plates as listed. Royal 8vo. Green cloth, very slightly rubbed and head and tail of spines. Minimal occasional minor foxing. A very good set.

Reference: 67391

 
NEWMAN, John. WEST KENT AND THE WEALD. £ 6.00

London. Penguin Books. 1969. pp. 645. Illustrated. 8vo. D/W. 1st edition. The Buildings of England edited by Nikolaus Pevsner.

Reference: 7407

 
NOBLE, Joseph. THE GAZETTEER OF LINCOLNSHIRE, Historical, Topographical, and Antiquarian; containing A Complete List of every Town, Village, and Hamlet in the County, alphabetically arranged and divided into Wapentakes; with the Population of each according to the last Census; The Distances of the Cities and Towns from London, and the exact bearing and distances of the villages from each market town. To which is added, a perfect List of the Reformed Parliament, with the numbers polled by each, whether elected or unsuccessful: and an Alphabetical Index. £ 45.00

Hull. Joseph Noble. 1833. pp. 104. Folded map as frontis. The map is fragile and has been repaired on all folds, detached. 8vo. Original printed boards, later spine. The paper is of poor quality and therefore browned. Chilton p175. Joseph Noble began as a bookseller and stationer. He started printing in 1829. His brother John was a printer in Boston, and this with Joseph’s keen interest in Lincolnshire, suggests that he came from that County.

Reference: 7673

 
OLIVER, George. THE MONUMENTAL ANTIQUITIES OF GREAT GRIMSBY. An Essay towards ascertaining its Origin and Ancient Population. Containing also a brief account of the two magnificent Churches and the five Religious Houses, which were once the grace and ornament of the town; an abstract of the charters and privileges of the Borough; Biographical Notices of Eminent Natives of Grimsby; Lists of Hih Stewards, Members of Parliament, etc. The whole collected from original and authentic Sources. £ 100.00

Hull. Isaac Wilson. 1825. pp. xx, 123. Folded frontis, 2 plates. 8vo. Full contemporary style calf. The ‘Contents’ leaves - pp. xvii - xx are misbound before the ‘Subscribers’ Names’. This is the second copy I have had with this fault. With the bookplate of Dr Kenneth Green. A very good copy. Chilton.

Reference: 25379

 
PADGETT, Lorenzo. CASTLEFORD AND DISTRICT IN THE OLDEN TIME. (Including Pontefract, Fryston, Ledsham, Ledstone, Kippax, Methley, Featherstone, Brotherton, and Ferrybridge). £ 20.00

London. Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co Ltd; Castleford. Alfred Wilson. 1904. pp. xv, 264. Frontis, 17 plates, further illustrations in the text. 8vo. Original blue cloth, spine sunned. Previous owner's bookplate. A very good copy.

Reference: 98899

 
PRICE, John. AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT OF THE CITY OF HEREFORD. With some Remarks on the River Wye, and the natural and artifical beauties contiguous to its banks fromBrobery to Wilton. £ 120.00

Hereford. D. Walker. 1796. pp. 262. Frontis , 6 plates. 8vo. Modern half calf, marble boards in contemporary style. New endpapers. Occasional pencil markings in the margins. Some foxing to the plates. A very good copy. Inscribe top right hand corner of title page 'E.S. White. Hereford, 1898.' ESTC T68759

Reference: 11526

 
PUREY-CUST, Very Rev. A. P. WALKS ROUND YORK MINSTER. £ 20.00

Leeds. Richard Jackson. 1907. pp. (viii), 232. Frontis, 40 plates. Royal 8vo. Red cloth, spine badly faded. Top edge gilt. Som very slight foxing. Limited edition of 400 copies numbered from 101 to 500. Number 490.

Reference: 21073

 
PUREY-CUST, Very Rev. A.P. PICTURESQUE OLD YORK. Chapters Historical and Descriptive. £ 35.00

Leeds. Richard Jackson. (1909). pp. (viii), 178. Frontis, 33 plates, some with tissue guards. 4to. Full vellum, front board with gilt decoration, top edge gilt.Edge of text block slightly foxed. From Hooton Pagnell Hall with the ownership inscription inside the front board 'Julia Warde-Aldan. Hutton Pagnell. 1912'. No. 69 of 100 copies. A very good copy.

Reference: 10911

 
PURVIS, J.S. (Editor). SELECT XVI CENTURY CAUSES IN TITHE from the York Diocesan Registry. £ 10.00

York & London. Herald Printing Works for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society. 1949. pp. xiii, 179. 8vo. Brown cloth. The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Vol. CXIV being the second voilume for the year 1947.Previous owners name on front free endpaper. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 110140

 
RECKITT, B.N. A HISTORY OF THE SIR JAMES RECKITT CHARITY 1921 - 1979. £ 6.00

For Private Circulation. 1981. pp. (vii), 53. Frontis, 5 plates. 8vo. Blue cloth. A very good clean copy.

Reference: 10807

 
ROPER, Michael & Christopher Kitching. (Editors). FEET OF FINES FOR THE COUNTY OF YORK from 1314 to 1326. £ 18.00

Woodbridge. Yorkshire Archaeological Society in association with the Boydell Press. 2006. pp. xi, 145. 8vo. D/W. Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series Volume CLVIII for the year 2004. ISBN 1903564506. A very good, bright, clean copy.

Reference: 8135

 
RUSSELL, Sir Edward. THENADAYS. Richmondshire in September. £ 20.00

Richmond. C.E. Cookes & Son. Circa 1910. pp. (vi), 84. Frontis. Small 4to. Original yellow cloth. A good copy.

Reference: 550245

 
SHEAHAN, J.J. and T. Whellan. HISTORY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF THE CITY OF YORK; The Ainsty Wapentake; and the East Riding of Yorkshire; embracing a General Review of the early history of Great Britain, and a general history and description of the County of York. £ 75.00

Beverley. John Green. 1855 - 1856. 2 vols. pp. xiv, 694; x, 676. 8vo. Later half green morocco, cloth boards, spine label, new endpapers. With the bookplate of Dr. Kenneth Green. A smart set. Barnard p. 10.

Reference: 28502

 
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

 
SHEARDOWN, William. LONGEVITY AND CENTENARIANS. £ 20.00

Doncaster. Brooke,, White and Hatfield. (1865). pp. 16. 8vo. Original printed wrapper, frayed around edges. Good.

Reference: 33037

 
SHORT, Thomas. THE NATURAL, EXPERIMENTAL, AND MEDICINAL HISTORY OF THE MINERAL WATERS OF DERBYSHIRE, LINCOLNSHIRE, AND YORKSHIRE, PARTICULARLY THOSE OF SCARBOROUGH. £ 150.00

Wherein, They are carefully examined and compared, their Contents discovered and divide, their Uses shewn and explained, and an Account given of their Discovery and Alterations. Together with the Natural History of the Earths, Minerals and Fossils through which the Chief of them pass. The Groundless Theories, and False Opinion of former Writers are exposed, and their Reasoning demonstrated to be injudicious and inconclusive. To which are added, Large Marginal Notes containing a Methodical Abstract of all the Treatises hitherto published on these Waters, with many Observations and Experiments. As also Four Copper-Plates representing the Crystals of the Salts of Thirty four of those Waters. London. For the Author by F. Gyles. 1734. pp. (xx), xxii, 359, (ii), errata. 5 plates, 4 of which are folded. 4to. Modern boards and spine label.

Reference: 7007

 
SISSON, The Rev. J.L. HISTORIC SKETCH OF THE PARISH CHURCH, WAKEFIELD. £ 20.00

Wakefield. Richard Nichols. 1824. pp. (v), 114, errata. Frontis, engraved title, 1 plate, 2 woodcuts. 4to. Quarter morocco, original boards, rubbed. New spine & endpapers. Plates foxed, text clean. Newspaper cuttings pasted into rear endpapers. Edition of 250 copies. Boyne p99.

Reference: 9169

 
SKETCHLEY, James. SKETCHLEY'S BRISTOL DIRECTORY; including Clifton, Bedminster, and the Out-Parishes of St. James and St. Philip. £ 10.00

With an Introduction by Bryan Little. Bath. Kingsmead Reprints. 1971. pp. (xiv), (iv), 126, 2. Frontis. 8vo. D/W. Small amount of ink marginalia and previous owners name on the front free endpaper. Facsimile of the 1775 edition. A good copy.

Reference: 68011

 
SMALES, Rev. Gideon. WHITBY AUTHORS AND THEIR PUBLICATIONS, with the titles of all the books prited in Whitby AD 670 to AD 1867. £ 30.00

Whitby. Horne & Son. 1867. pp. viii, 248. Frontis, 14 illustrations as called for. Small 8vo. Original cloth, slightly frayed at head & tail of spine. A good copy.

Reference: 13368

 
SPEIGHT, Harry. ROMANTIC RICHMONDSHIRE being a complete account of the History, Antiquities and Scenery of the Picturesque Valleys of the Swale and Yore. £ 25.00

London. Elliot Stock. 1897. pp. 521. Folded frontis, many further illustrations. 8vo. Half green calf, boards, new endpapers. Spine slightly marked. pp. 287/288 margin torn away affecting the text very slightly. A good copy.

Reference: 110050

 
STACPOOLE, Alberic and Others. (Editors). THE NOBLE CITY OF YORK. £ 45.00

York. Cerialis Press. 1972. pp. xxxi, 1044. Illustrated in colour & monochrome and with maps & diagrams. 8vo. D/W. Copy no. 1006 of an unstated limitation. Bright, clean copy. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED

Reference: 25598

 
STAPLETON, Rev. H.E.C. (Editor) with George G. Pace & James E. Day. A SKILFUL MASTER-BUILDER. The continuing story of a Yorkshire family business. Craftsmen for seven generations. £ 6.00

York. William Anelay Ltd in association with William Sessions ltd. 1975. pp. viii, 72. 33 illustrations. 4to. Paperback. A good copy. ISBN 0900657340

Reference: 64830

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

Stroud. Tempus Publishing Ltd. 2003. pp. 128. Very well illustrated in monochrome. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0752427806. As new.

Reference: 87288

 
TILLOTT, P.M. (Editor). A HISTORY OF YORKSHIRE. The City of York. £ 45.00

London. For the Institute of Historical Research by Oxford University Press. 1961. pp. xx, 577. Frontis, 56 illustrations, 9 maps & plans. Imperial 8vo. Original red cloth. Victoria Country Histories. Bright, clean copy with previous owners name on front free endpaper. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING REQUIRED.

Reference: 36566

 
TOMLINSON, John. DONCASTER from the Roman Occupation to the Present Time. £ 30.00

Howden. Mr Pye (Books). (1984). pp. (vi), viii, 365. 12 plates. Super Royal 4to. Green cloth, slightly dusty. Facsimile reprint of the 1887 edition. ISBN 0946289093. This copy is No. 42 of a limited edition of 200 and has the partially removed bookplate and signature of Harry P. Tate, one of the subscribers to this edition.

Reference: 13519

 
TOMLINSON, John. THE LEVEL OF HATFIELD CHACE AND PARTS ADJACENT. £ 60.00

Ilkley. The Scolar Press for Epworth Mechanics' Institute. (1980). pp. (x), 322. Frontis, 11 plates, 2 maps both folded and linen backed. Royal 8vo. Half calf, cloth boards. No. 28 of a limited edition of 75 copies of the de luxe version, the complete edition of this facsimile being of 100 copies.

Reference: 15542

 
TURNER, J. Horsfall. THE COATS OF ARMS OF THE NOBILITY & GENTRY OF YORKSHIRE. Part 1. £ 20.00

Idle. Privately printed for the Author by John Wade. 1911. pp. 288. Very well illustrated with 462 drawings. 8vo. Printed paper wrapper, rear nearly detached. A clean copy.

Reference: 25421

 
ULYATT, Michel E. SEE YOU DOWN AT THE CIRCLE. £ 10.00

With additional research to David Sherwood. Willerby. Mike Ulyatt Enterprises. 2004. pp. 84. Illustrated in monochrome. Oblong 8vo. A very good clean copy. ISBN 190270925X

Reference: 27437

 
WHEATER, W. SOME HISTORIC MANSIONS OF YORKSHIRE and Their Associations. £ 60.00

With Twenty-five etched illustrations, drawn on the spot, by A. Buckle, Stanley Medway, and J.A. Symngton. Leeds. Richard Jackson. 1889. pp. 335. 25 plates.Royal 8vo. Original cloth, gilt decoration. All tissue guards present. No. 126 of a limited edition of 300 copies. (2nd series). A very good copy.

Reference: 187992

 
WHEATER, William. KNARESBURGH AND ITS RULERS. £ 25.00

Leeds. Richard Jackson. 1907. pp. x, 335, (ii) of subscribers. Frontis, 14 plates. Crown 4to. Original cloth, spine faded, head of spine slightly frayed. No. 21 of a limited edition of 350.

Reference: 38063

 
WHITE, William. HISTORY, GAZETTEER AND DIRECTORY OF LINCOLNSHIRE, £ 150.00

Including the City and Diocese of Lincoln and comprising A General Survey of the County and separate Historical, Statistical, and Topographical Descriptions of all the Wapentakes, Hundreds, Sokes, Boroughs, Towns, Ports, Parishes, Townships, Chapelries, Villages, Hamlets, Manors, and Unions; the Seats of the Nobility and Gentry; Magistrates and Public Officers; and a great variety of Archaeological, Architectural, Agricultural, Biographical, Botanical, Geological, and Statistical Information. Sheffield. William White. 1882. pp. viii, 1065, 52 of adverts. Map folded and tipped in on inside of front board. 8vo. Green cloth, corners rubbed, later endpapers. A very good copy.

Reference: 212400

 
WHITE, William. WHITE’S 1853 LEEDS AND THE CLOTHING DISTRICTS OF YORKSHIRE. £ 8.00

A Reprint of the 1853 issue of Directory and Gazetteer of Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, Wakefield and the Whole of the Clothing Districts of Yorkshire. Newton Abbot. David & Charles Reprints. 1969. pp. 720, 132. 8vo. D/W. ISBN 715346571. Previous owners blind stamp on half title and notes on rear endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 7944

 
WILKINSON,Tate. THE WANDERING PATENTEE; or a History of The Yorkshire Theatres, from 1770 to the Present Time: Interspersed with Anecdotes respecting Most of the Performers in the Kingdom, from 1765 to 1795. To which are added, never published the Diversions of the Morning, and Foote's Trial for a Libel on Peter Paragraph. Written by the late Samuel Foote, Esq. With Index. £ 30.00

The Index compiled by C. Beecher Hogan. London. The Scolar Press Ltd; The Society for Theatre Research. 1973. 4 vols in 2 plus Index. pp. 312, 268; 268, 267; 61. 12mo & 8vo. The 4 vols in 2 - Quarter cloth, marbled boards; the Index Card covers. Facsimile reprint of the 1795 edition.

Reference: 3277

 
WILSON, Alfred P. YORKSHIRE MOORS AND DALES. A Description of the Moors of North-East Yorkshire. £ 60.00

London, Hull & York.. A. Brown & Sons Ltd (1910). pp. xi, 236. Frontis, 11 plates. 8vo. Original red cloth, gilt decoration, spine sunned. Top edge gilt. With previous owners bookplate. A very good copy.

Reference: 70881

 
WOOD, G. Bernard. HISTORIC HOMES OF YORKSHIRE. £ 6.00

Edinburgh & London. Oliver & Boyd. 1957. pp. viii, 152. 48 monochrome plates. Royal 8vo. D/W, very slightly torn. A good, clean copy.

Reference: 67540

 
 
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