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LIFE ON THE SETTLE-CARLISLE RAILWAY.  ANECDOTES COLLECTED FROM RAILWAYMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES., Mitchell, W.R.
181 Mitchell, W.R. LIFE ON THE SETTLE-CARLISLE RAILWAY. ANECDOTES COLLECTED FROM RAILWAYMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES.
Clapham Dalesman 1984 0852067739 / 9780852067734 First Edition Soft Cover Good 
96 pp, 8 1/2" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs. "(R)ailwaymen recall the busy, exciting days of the Settle-Carlisle line - 72 miles of engineering brilliance and scenic splendour, which began life as the Midland Company's fast, all-weather route to Scotland. Conditions were often bad. The company could be mean-minded towards its staff, expecially in the inter-war years, when a man might be sacked before the year's end and re-employed at the old terms shortly afterwards. Yet the workforce kept a strong spirit, a sense of pride and good humour." Content: An Introduction; The Permanent Way; On the Footplate; A Signalman's Life; Wild Weather; Station Staff; Garsdale Head; Tunnels and Viaducts; Bed and Work; Animals in Transit; A Railway at War; Footplate Tales; Random Memories. Interior - Xmas 2008 and signature on half-title page, small soft bump at top/bottom corners of pages, soft crease at fore-edge of last two pages, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - soft creases at fore-edge of rear cover, light wear at top of spine, tiny and small corner creases on covers, light rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
ALL IN ONE BASKET.  (CONTAINS: COUNTING MY CHICKENS & HOME TO ROOST.), Mitford, Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire.  Introductions by Tom Stoppard and Alan Bennett.
182 Mitford, Deborah, Duchess of Devonshire. Introductions by Tom Stoppard and Alan Bennett. ALL IN ONE BASKET. (CONTAINS: COUNTING MY CHICKENS & HOME TO ROOST.)
New York Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2011 0374103461 / 9780374103460 First American Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Will Topley. 
359 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w drawings. "(C)ollects the Duchess of Devonshire's razor-sharp occasional writings and provides a disarming look at a life lived with great zest and originality. (This book) combines two earlier collections, 'Counting My Chickens' and its sequel, 'Home to Roost', which has not heretofore been published in the United States. In these pages, we hear anecdotes about famous friends from Evelyn Waugh to John F. Kennedy; tales of struggle and success at Chatsworth, England's great stately home; and of course the tales of her beloved chickens, which the Duchess began rising as a child for pocket money. (G)lamorous recollections happily coexist with practical insights into country and family life, and the result is a revelatory, intimate portrait of a woman described by 'The New York Times' as 'a national treasure'." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has minor edge wear, light edge wrinkling - mainly at top of spine. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
183 Mitford, Jessica. Introduced by A.N. Wilson. HONS AND REBELS.
London Folio Society 2010 Hard Cover Fine 
267 pp, 8vo (9" H), bound in cloth and printed with a design by Yann le Bec, based on a design by Gavin Morris - in slipcase. Jessica Mitford's autobiography, taking us up until the time her husband, Esmond Romilly, left her in the United States to fight in the Second World War. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
OUR VILLAGE., Mitford, Mary Russell.  Introduction by Ronald Blythe.  Wood engravings by Joan Hassall.
184 Mitford, Mary Russell. Introduction by Ronald Blythe. Wood engravings by Joan Hassall. OUR VILLAGE.
Folio Society, London, 1997. 
423 pp, 8vo (8" H), hard cover (quarter blue buckram with paper sides marbled by Anne Muir, endpapers and top edge of textblock dark green) in dark green slipcase. B&w illustrations by Joan Hassall. "Many of the sketches which form 'Our Village' w ere first published in various periodicals. They were first published in book form under the title 'Our Village' in five volumes which appeared between 1824 and 1832. This edition is a selection from the five-volume edition." Chapter headings i n c lude: Frost and Thaw; The First Primrose; The Cowslip Ball; A Country Cricket Match; The Copse; The Old Gypsy; A Christmas Party; The Two Valentines; A Country Apothecary; Our Maying; The Mole-Catcher; Cottage Names; Going to the Races; The Ha ym ak er s, etc., etc. Several small light soiling marks on bottom of text block. Slipcase has minor rubbing. Very Good+/Near Fine 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
185 Moffat, Alistair. ARTHUR AND THE LOST KINGDOMS.
London Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1999 029764324X / 9780297643241 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
282 pp, 9 1/2" H. Map endpapers, b&w maps, drawings, colour photographs. "Historians have failed to show convincingly that King Arthur existed, for a good reason: they have been looking in the wrong place, in Wales or the West of England. The real Arthur, Alistair Moffat argues, was not a king but a cavalry general, a prince of a Welsh-speaking southern Scottish tribe known as the Votadini by the Romans and the Gododdin by themselves. In a brilliant campaign, fought mostly in Scotland, Arthur defeated the Picts to the north and the Angles to the south. He halted the tide of invasion for a generation and gave Celtic Britain a breathing space to regroup and for parts of it to survive. Alistair Moffat's conclusions are based not only on archaeology and documents but also on an analysis of the ancient place-names of the rivers, hills and settlements of southern Scotland. (His) research leads him in the final chapters to Arthur's headquarters - his Camelot - now truly a lost city where not one stone remains standing upon another. Despite Germanic, Norse and other invasions, Britain has remained in essence a Celtic country. (This book) will restore what our Anglo-Saxon history has hidden from us, a lost sense of our Celtic selves." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, tiny dent on bottom edge of front board. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE PAWKY SCOT., Moffat, Graham.
186 Moffat, Graham. THE PAWKY SCOT.
Dundee Valentine & Sons 1928 First Edition Card Very Good Fair Arthur Moreland. 
36 pp, 8 13/16" H, card covers (with gold lettering and decoration on front cover) in dust jacket. Tipped-in photographic frontispiece, b&w cartoons. Advertising sheet for 'Valentine's Books of Canny Tales' laid in. A collection of humorous stories on the Scottish character. Interior - light cigarette odor, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wrinkling, light browning to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wear/wrinkling, several small chips and tears - some with creases, old tape residue marks on inside surface, one tear archivally taped, very small closed puncture on front panel. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
SCOTTISH TRADITION.  VOLUME 24.  1999., Moir, Scott, editor.  (J.E. Cookson, K.W. Schweizer, George M. Brunsden, Andrew D. Nicholls, Scott Moir.)
187 Moir, Scott, editor. (J.E. Cookson, K.W. Schweizer, George M. Brunsden, Andrew D. Nicholls, Scott Moir.) SCOTTISH TRADITION. VOLUME 24. 1999.
Guelph, Ontario Canadian Association for Scottish Studies 1999 Soft Cover Very Good 
133 pp, 8vo (8 5/16" H). Articles: Scotland's National Monument, 1816-1828; Neglected Source Materials on the Jacobite Risings; Religious Stalwarts: Knox's Presbyterian helps shape the character of early Galt (Ontario); "Pillars of the Authority of Princes": Reflections on the Employment of Bishops in the British Isles in the Reign of James IV/I; Collections Update: Hope's Major Practicks and the Study of Scots Law. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - tiny bump at top of spine, very tiny stain on top of text block, very small faint stain on front cover, some waviness to covers and adjacent pages near spine. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
188 Moore, Lucy. AMPHIBIOUS THING: THE LIFE OF LORD HERVEY.
London Viking 2000 067087986X / 9780670879861 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ 
376 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H). Colour plates. "Lord Hervey was one of the most controversial figures of the Georgian age. The consummate courtier - strikingly handsome, elegant and witty - he was both the favourite of the Queen and right-hand man to Walpole. Painted by Hogarth, satirized by Fielding and Pope, and confidant of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Hervey counted among his friends and enemies some of the most brilliant men and women of the age. Yet for all his hard-won fame, there was a scandalous private side to Hervey. He was certainly a rake (rumour had it that he shared a mistress with the Prince of Wales), but such behaviour was quite normal among the eighteenth-century aristocracy. Less usual, however, was his ten-year affair with another man. From the outset, Hervey was fascinated by Stephen Fox. His engaging, delightfully witty letters reveal the depth of their passion for one another, and the lengths to which they were driven in order to escape detection. Finally, theirs became an 'open secret', one of many factors that was to contribute to Hervey's downfall. In this entertaining and wonderfully observed biography, Lucy Moore brings to life an entire age, with its shimmering artifice and its poisonous deceit, its highly wrought melodrama and its grand passions." Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top of spine. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
189 Moore, Peter. DAMN HIS BLOOD: BEING A TRUE AND DETAILED HISTORY OF THE MOST BARBAROUS AND INHUMANE MURDER AT ODDINGLEY AND THE QUICK AND AWFUL RETRIBUTION.
London Chatto & Windus 2012 0701186445 / 9780701186449 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 
364 pp, 8 3/4" H. B&w illustrations. "The brutal murder of the Reverend George Parker in the secluded village of Oddingley on Midsummer's Day in 1806 gripped everyone from the Home Secretary in London to newspapermen across the country. It was a strange and stubborn case. The investigation lasted more than two decades, involving multiple inquests, judges and coroners, each more determined than the last to solve Oddingley's most gruesome crime - or crimes, as it turned out. (This) is a fascinating glimpse into English rural life at the beginning of the nineteenth century, so often epitomised by the civilised drawing rooms of Jane Austen or the rural idylls of Constable. England was exhausted and nervous, dogged by Pitt's war taxes, mounting inflation and the lingering threat of a French invasion. Violence was rife, particularly in rural communities where outsiders were regarded with deep suspicion. With a cast of characters straight out of Hardy, 'Damn His Blood' is a nail-biting true story of brutality, greed and ruthlessness which brings an elusive society vividly back to life." 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
WALES:  THE SHAPING OF A NATION., Morgan, Prys and Thomas, David.
190 Morgan, Prys and Thomas, David. WALES: THE SHAPING OF A NATION.
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, (1984). 
272 pp, 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 071538418X B&w photos and maps. "Here is a long-awaited general and cultural history of Wales, a fascinating introduction to the country in all its key aspects. Both authoritative and attractively written it isolates the distinctive themes that have shaped the characteristics of the nation and which to this day distinguish it strongly from its powerful neighbour, England..." Minor rubbing to boards, two minor shallow dints on rear board, two very slight corner bumps, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, ghost tape marks and tiny paper pull on rear pastedown. Dust jacket has been price clipped, has ghost tape marks on fore-edge of front flap, two very small closed tears (archivally taped) and tiny mark on fore-edge of rear flap, light wrinkling at top of spine and flap-folds, faint small stain at bottom inside of spine. Very good-/Very Good- 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
A MACHYNLLETH TRIAD., Morris, Jan and Morys, Twm.
191 Morris, Jan and Morys, Twm. A MACHYNLLETH TRIAD.
Viking, (London, 1994), Ist thus. 
182 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Bilingual text (English/Welsh). "A Machynlleth Triad, whose title recalls a medieval Welsh literary and gnomic device, fancifully describes - in both English and Welsh - the Welsh town of Machynlleth at three moments of its history. In 'Y Gorffennol: The Past', we visit Machynlleth during the Welsh rebellion of the early fifteenth century, when Owain Glydwr the patriot leader held a parliament and, according to tradition, was crowned Prince of Wales. 'Y Presennol: The Present' examines the town's personality in 1991, when it celebrated the 700th anniversary of its foundation. The English conquerors are gone; yet the Cymry Cymraeg, the Welsh-speaking Welsh, are not obviously in the ascendant. Wales is still in a kind of historical limbo. In the third part, 'Y Dyfodol: The Future', we are projected into the twenty-first century to visit a Machynlleth celebrating its (unspecified) anniversary as capital of the Welsh Republic, an independent neutral state within a federal Europe. The contemporary segment is more or less reportage, the other two imaginative essays. The whole work presents an artistic portrait of the condition and possible destiny not just of a single small market town, but of an ancient European people..." Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling. NF/VG+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
NORTH WALES.  THE 'BEAUTIFUL BRITAIN' SERIES., Morris, Joseph E.
192 Morris, Joseph E. NORTH WALES. THE 'BEAUTIFUL BRITAIN' SERIES.
Adam & Charles Black, London, 1911. 
64 pp, 8vo (9" H), hard cover (medium blue cloth with dark blue lettering, banding and decorations on spine and front board, colour pastedown on front board) - no dust jacket. Pictorial endpapers, tipped-in colour frontispiece and 10 colour plates - collated. Contents: Llangollen and the Vale of Clwyd; The North Coast from Conway to Carnarvon; Snowdon and the Mountains of Carnarvonshire; The Mountains of Merioneth; Index. Very light browning and scattered light foxing marks on textpages an d endpapers, light browning and tiny foxing marks on fore-edge and bottom of textblock, a few tiny soiling specks in margin of pages 62 & 63, tiny liquid stain at fore-edge of last illustration page, very light edge wear to boards, tiny din t a t b o t t om of front board, darkening to top edge of boards, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight fading to spine color. Good+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
PETER'S LETTERS TO HIS KINSFOLK.  3 VOLUME SET.  SECOND EDITION., Morris, Peter.  (Pseudonym of J.G. Lockhart.)
193 Morris, Peter. (Pseudonym of J.G. Lockhart.) PETER'S LETTERS TO HIS KINSFOLK. 3 VOLUME SET. SECOND EDITION.
William Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1819, second edition. 
333 pp, 363 pp, 351 pp + 24 page "Postscript to the Third Edition" in the form of a letter to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Esq., dated November 1819. 3 volume set, 8vo (8 1/2" H), hard covers (brick-coloured cloth with gold lettering on spines). B&w i llustrations (collated). A series of letters, purported to be authored by Peter Morris, M.D., but in fact by J.G. Lockhart, giving details of travel through Scotland. Much information on Edinbugh and Glasgow, with detours into many areas o f S c o t t i sh life, including the arts, the bar, ladies' dress, booksellers, shops, Sabbath observances, a Robert Burns' dinner, etc., etc. Small piece cut from top corner of title page of volume one, a few small light foxing marks thoughout pa ge s , mi no r br ow ning to pages, very light soiling to endpapers - tiny ink stain at top of front endpapers of volume three, light waviness and a few soft creases on pages, edges of textblocks are browned, boards have light to moderate edge we ar/ rub bi ng , w rin kl ing at top/bottom of spine, light soiling and some darkening to spines and parts of boards. Good+ 
Price: 155.00 USD
 
 
PICKING UP THE REINS.  AMERICA, BRITAIN AND THE POSTWAR WORLD., Moss, Norman.
194 Moss, Norman. PICKING UP THE REINS. AMERICA, BRITAIN AND THE POSTWAR WORLD.
London Duckworth Overlook 2008 0715636936 / 9780715636930 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
228 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w photographs. "At the end of World War Two, Britain, although impoverished, was a power that spanned the globe, while America was a nation withdrawing to look after its own affairs. All this was to change within a short space of time. A freakishly cold winter proved devastating for Europe and revealed Britain's fundamental weakness, while the Soviet Union, once an ally, began to emerge as a threatening expansionist power. The United States stepped in, first with economic help and then with defence aid, transforming itself into a world power. This is something for which neither the British nor the American people were prepared, and their leaders also had to struggle to come to terms with the rapid changes in the world. (This book) shows how this dramatic transfer of power came to pass: the British withdrawal from the Eastern Mediterranean which shocked the US Administration, the 'Truman Doctrine' that came in response, the Marshall Plan that changed Europe forever, pushed through after a struggle with Congress, and the series of momentous decisions that followed." Very small bump at top of spine/front hinge. Dust jacket has some very light edge wrinkling, minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
BIRDS OF A DIFFERENT PLUMAGE: A STUDY OF BRITISH-INDIAN RELATIONS FROM AKBAR TO CURZON., Mudford, Peter.
195 Mudford, Peter. BIRDS OF A DIFFERENT PLUMAGE: A STUDY OF BRITISH-INDIAN RELATIONS FROM AKBAR TO CURZON.
Collins, London, 1974, first edition. 
314 pp, 8vo (8 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN: 0002160617. B&w plates, maps. "...not intended as a 'history' of British India, but as the study of a relationship and the way of life that grew from it. The story begins nearly four hundr ed years ago, on 5th April 1584, when the first three Englishmen - prisoners in neighbouring Portuguese Goa - escaped across the border into India. It ends with the Imperial climax - the Viceroyalty of Lord Curzon - at the start of the lo n g s t r u g g l e which led to Independence in 1947. The cast includes the very famous, from Clive, Hastings and Burke to Kipling and Rabindranath Tagore, but also the less well known, the diarists, explorers and travellers, who recorded their i mp re s si on s of a l an d understandably strange and dangerous..." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor edge wear, small shallow bump at top edge of front board, fianr erased pencil marks on free front endpaper. Dust jacket is price c lip ped , has li gh t t o m ode rat e edge wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, a few tiny chips, one tiny closed tear, small ghost sticker mark on front flap, very small stain at bottom edge of front panel, fading to spine color. Ver y Go od /Goo d 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
BACON'S ROUTE GUIDE TO 150 MILES ROUND LONDON FOR CYCLISTS AND MOTORISTS., N/A
196 N/A BACON'S ROUTE GUIDE TO 150 MILES ROUND LONDON FOR CYCLISTS AND MOTORISTS.
G.W. Bacon, London, [c1913]. 
28 pp + publisher's ads, 6 3/8" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). The contents are divided into two sections: "Cyclist's Route Guide, 150 Miles Around London: Index to Routes (To and From)" and "150 Miles Round London: Popular Road Routes for Cycl ists - Distances in Miles and Furlongs. Interior - minor browning to pages - a few tiny foxing marks, staples are rusty, soft wrinkles on pages, one page with tiny edge tear and small corner crease otherwise clean and tight with no other o w n e r s h i p marks. Exterior - light browning, light to moderte soiling, light edge wear - mainly on spine. Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
197 N/A HISTORIC TOWNS AND SPAS IN ENGLAND.
British Travel and Holidays Association, London, 1956. 
84 pp, 7 1/4" H, soft cover. B&w photographs, advertisements. An alphabetic listing of selected English towns, giving their county, population, distance from London, early closing days with a short history and notes on items of interest. Interior - very light foxing marks on inside of covers and first and last few pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - tiny faint foxing marks on edges of textblock, minor soiling, faint wrinkles on spine. Ver y G o o d - 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL, BIRMINGHAM., N/A
198 N/A KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL, BIRMINGHAM.
Basil Blackwell, Oxford, n.d. (c1964). 
56 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H), hard cover (dark blue cloth with gold lettering on spine, gold seal on front board) - no dust jacket. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, reproductions. A brief pictorial overview of the history of King Edward's Sc hool, Birmingham, dating back to 1552. Interior - light browning to enpapers and margins of text pages, school presentation label to previous owner on front pastedown, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - l i g h t e d g e wear, light fading to cloth on spine and on parts of boards, two very small watermarks at bottom of front board. Good+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
A GUIDE TO THE RUINS OF KENILWORTH CASTLE., N/A.
199 N/A. A GUIDE TO THE RUINS OF KENILWORTH CASTLE.
W.H. Smith and Son, Warwick, n.d. 
23 pp, 6 1/8" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). B&w photographs, reproductions. A small guidebook, giving a brief history of the Castle and its times, and a description of the ruins. Interior - staple is slightly rusty, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light to moderate soiling - mainly on rear cover, small soft corner crease on rear panel, staple slightly rusty. Good+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
BRIGHTON & HOVE 1963., N/A.
200 N/A. BRIGHTON & HOVE 1963.
Brighton Corporation, Brighton, 1963. 
128 pp, 9" H, soft cover - large fold-out "1963 Brighton and Hove Accommodation List and Map" laid in. Profusely illustrated with colour and b&w photographs, advertisements, two page street map. A tourist guide. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - small soft crease at bottom corner of front cover - migrates slightly into first few pages. tiny scuff on front cover - two on rear cover, light wrinkling on spine. Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
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