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DRAKE, Lawrence. The heroes of england: stories of the lives of the most celebrated british soldiers and sailors. London. Joseph Cundall, 1843. First edition. 12mo. viii, 312pp. With a hand-coloured engraved frontispiece, and seven hand-coloured engraved plates. Original publisher's gilt-tooled black morocco, A.E.G., later recased, later blank endpapers. Very slight rubbing to extremities. Very occasional light spotting, ink gift inscription to front blank fly-leaf; 'Douglas Edward Holroyd / given him by H.R.H. the Duchess of Gloucester / January 1843'. More > £ 0.10 Antiquates Ref. 16540
[BRITISH WEST INDIES]. The two charters of the society for advancing the christian faith in the British West India Islands, and elsewhere, within the dioceses of jamaica and of barbadoes, and the leeward islands, and in the mauritius: to which is prefixed, a short account of the charitable fund. London. Printed by Richard Clay, 1836. First edition. 8vo. 32pp. Original publisher's marbled wrappers, printed paper lettering-piece to upper wrapper. Lightly rubbed, creased. Internally clean and crisp. More > £ 250.00 Antiquates Ref. 30369
STOWE, Harriet Beecher. Dred; A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. London. Sampson Low, Son & Co., 1856. First English edition. 8vo. viii, 524, 12pp. With a terminal publisher's advertisement catalogue. Original publisher's brick red cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. A trifle rubbed, marked, and sunned. Shelf-label of Dalton Hall Library and ticket of Lancaster-based bookseller T. Edmondson to FEP, blind-stamp and contemporary inked ownership inscription to head of title page. More > £ 250.00 Antiquates Ref. 21080
STOWE, Mrs. Harriet Beecher. Sunny memories of foreign lands. London. Sampson Low, Son, & Co., 1854. First English edition. 8vo. In two volumes. xii, 326, 11, [1]; viii, 242pp, [2]. With an engraved frontispiece to each volume, numerous illustrations in the text, and a terminal publisher's advertisement catalogue to Vol. I. Partially unopened in original publisher's red cloth, stamped in gilt and blind. Lightly rubbed and marked, spines sunned, top edge dust-soiled. Later book-labels of 'Teddesley' to both FEPs, very occasional marginal chipping. More > £ 125.00 Antiquates Ref. 31200
ERSKINE, Ralph. Glad Tidings in sad Times: or, The City of god, in the Times of Trouble and Confusion, water'd with the River of Consolation. A sermon on psalm xlvi. 4... Edinburgh. Printed by Alexander Alison for David Duncan, 1739. First edition. 62pp, [2]. With a terminal advertisement leaf. ESTC T162752.

[Bound with:] ERSKINE, Ralph. The River of Life, Proceeding out of the Throne of god And of the lamb. A sermon preached immediately before the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at Dumfermline, July 6th 1735. Edinburgh. Printed by Tho. Lumisden and Jo. Robertson, for James Beugo, 1736. First edition. 40pp. Not in ESTC???

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£ 1,250.00 Antiquates Ref. 30434
[STURGEON, Samuel]. The Galloway Herds. [s.i.]. [s.n.], [1828] Folio. Manuscript on paper. [3]pp. Single bifolium. Manuscript docket title to verso of second leaf: The Galloway Herds / Gatehouse. Octr. 1828'. Three old horizontal folds, lightly dust-soiled. More > £ 300.00 Antiquates Ref. 30066
[STEVENSON, Alan]. The british pharos; or a list of the lighthouses on the coasts of great britain and ireland, descriptive of the appearance of the lights at night. For the use of mariners. Leith. Published and Sold by W. Reid & Son, 1831. Second edition. 8vo. xvi, 118pp. Original publisher's glazed cloth, printed paper lettering-piece to spine. Rubbed to extremities and bumped to corners, short splits and chips at head and foot of spine. Inscribed 'From the Commissioners of the Northern Lighthouses' to FFEP, and with printed note regarding the mooring of a 'Floating Light the North End of Haisborough Sand' pasted to FEP. More > £ 950.00 Antiquates Ref. 31285
HENLEY, William Ernest. A book of verses. London. David Nutt, 1889. Second edition. 8vo. [iii]-xvi, 175pp. Original publisher's brown cloth boards lettered and stamped gilt. Top edge gilt, fore and bottom edge untrimmed. Front and rear board marked and worn with losses to corners, spine panel missing, with remnants of a paper label attached to both boards. Shaken, with one contents leaf detached, though present. With no preliminaries missing despite error in pagination. Inscribed to FFEP: 'Katherine de Mattos ... More > £ 150.00 Antiquates Ref. 31305
[LUMSDEN, James]. Fun upon fun; or the humours of a fair. Giving a description of the curious amusements in early life: also an account of a mountebank doctor and his merry andrew. Glasgow. Sold by J. Lumsden & Son, [s.d., c. 1815] 32mo. 47pp, [1]. First and terminal leaves as pastedowns, wrappers included in pagination. With eight plates of copper engravings printed in sanguine. Original publisher's plain paper wrappers, title in manuscript to upper wrap. Very minor wear to extremities. Internally clean and crisp, a fine copy. More > £ 250.00 Antiquates Ref. 19803
MICHELL, M. Young juba: or, the history of the Young Chevalier, from His Birth, to His Escape from Scotland, after the Battle of Culloden... London. Printed for the Translator, 1748. First edition in English. 8vo. xvi, 296pp. With an engraved portrait frontispiece and one further engraved plate depicting Flora Macdonald. Later half-calf, buff paper boards, tolled in blind, lettered in gilt, marbled edges. Heavily rubbed, scorched, upper joint split. Early inked ownership inscription to head of title, partially erased, resulting in small marginal hole, closed vertical tear to leaf Gg1, plate shaved at fore-edge. More > £ 250.00 Antiquates Ref. 22034