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Adams, George Barton and H. Morse Stephens, eds. SELECT DOCUMENTS OF ENGLISH CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY. N.Y.: Macmillan, 1937. Reprint. 8vo xviii+555 pp. Blue cloth. Ink name on front free endpaper. Cloth a bit soiled and worn but a good sound copy. $ US20.00

Agar, Herbert THE DARKEST YEAR. Britain Alone. June 1940-June 1941. Garden City: Doubleday, 1973. 8vo 228 pp. Illus from photos; map. Black cloth. Very good in dustwrapper worn at corners. $ US20.00

Aldington, Richard THE DUKE. Being an account of the LIFE & ACHIEVEMENTS OF ARTHUR WELLESLEY, 1st Duke of Wellington. N.Y.: World Book, 1943. Reprint of Viking edn. Illus from maps and contemporary portraits. Blue cloth. Good sound copy. $ US15.00

Amery, L. S. MY POLITICAL LIFE. 3 Volumes. England Before The Storm, 1896-1914; War and Peace, 1914-1929; The Unforgiving Years, 1929-1940. London: Hutchinson, 1953 & 1955. 3 Vols. 8vo. 492+536+464 pp. Illlus from photos, portraits and drawings. Blue cloth. A very good sound set with front endpaper split over inner hinge on two volumes. Dustwrappers chipped at spine tips. Book plates in each volume from Herbert A. Bruce who was the 15th Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, 1932-1937 and Inspector General for the Canadian Army Medical Corps, WWI. ALS from Florence Amery laid in as well as a photo portrait card of Amery. C$165.00

Anne (Queen) Beatrice Curtis Brown, ed. THE LETTERS AND DIPLOMATIC INSTRUCTIONS OF QUEEN ANNE. London: Cassell (1935) 8vo xvi+451 pp. Red buckram, gilt stamped spine. Portrait frontis. Light fading to binding, faint foxing to prelims, names on ffep. Very good in worn but attractive d/w. $ US25.00

Ashley, Maurice RUPERT OF THE RHINE. London: Hart Davis, MacGibbon (1976). 8vo viii+199 pp. Illus from portraits and engravings; 4 maps. Beige boards. About fine in like d/w sunned at spine tip. $ US25.00

Ashley, Maurice THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION OF 1688. London: Hodder & Stoughton (1966) 8vo 224 pp. Map eps. Green boards. Ink name on ffep, top board very slightly bowed, else a very good copy in like d/w with chip to front panel.. $ US20.00

Ashley, Sir William THE BREAD OF OUR FOREFATHERS. An Inquiry in Economic History. Oxford: Clarendon, 1928. 8vo. xii+206 pp. Frontis, plate from the illustration of rye in Gerard's HERBAL, maps & two fold out maps at rear. Blue cloth. A very good copy. $ US35.00

Ashworth, William AN ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND 1870-1939 London: Methuen (1967). Reprint 8vo vi+438 pp. Red cloth. Fine in very good d/w. $ US20.00

Bates, H. E. THE FACE OF ENGLAND. London: Batsford, (1952) 1st edn. 4to. 128 pp. With 40 photos in colour by A. F. Kersting. Red cloth. Ink inscription on ffep; extremities sunned with a bit of shelf wear. Top board slightly bowed, else a good sound copy with bright attractive interior in bright pictorial d/w, worn at edges. $ US30.00

Bayne, Peter ENGLISH PURITANISM: ITS CHARACTER AND HISTORY. An Introduction to Documents Relating to the Settlement of the Church of England by the Act of Uniformity of 1662. With an Historical Introduction. London: W. Kent and Co., 1862. 8vo. vi + 516 pp. Black cloth with spine faded to brown. Edges worn, a good copy only. $ US50.00

Beattie, John M. THE ENGLISH COURT IN THE REIGN OF GEORGE I Cambridge Univ Press, 1967 Roy 8vo xii+306 pp. Red cloth. Name of front free endpaper else fine in like d/w. $ US35.00

Belloc, Hilaire WOLSEY. Philadelphia: Lippincott (1930) 5th impression 8vo 336 pp. Illus from portraits and a map. Red cloth, spine faded, wear to extremities. Front hinge starting but still firm. A very good copy. $ US20.00

Bennett, George, ed THE CONCEPT OF EMPIRE. Burke to Attlee 1774-1947 London: A & C Black (1967) 2nd end. 8vo ixi+434 pp. Burgundy cloth. Nice bright copy; very good d/w is adhered to cloth all around the bottom edges but there is no other sign of damp or foxing. $ US25.00

Berg, Maxine THE AGE OF MANUFACTURES. Industry, Innovation and Work in Britain. 1700-1820. Totowa, NJ: Barnes & Noble, (1985). 8vo. 378 pp. Illus. Brown boards. Some marking on foredge which penetrates margin on a couple of pages, else about fine in like dustwrapper. $ US35.00

Betjeman, John, Stevie Smith, Leonard Woolf et al FLOWER OF CITIES. A Book of London. Studies and Sketches by Twenty-two Authors. London: Max Parrish, 1949. 8vo 324 pp. Illus from photos, etchings and paintings; drawings in text; 12 colour plates. Yellow cloth, map endpapers. Ink name on front free endpaper, chip to top corner of rear free endpaper, cloth sunned and soiled but a good sound copy of a delightful book. Includes drawings by Ronald Searle, Nicholas Bentley, and others. $ US20.00

Biddle, Sheila BOLINGBROKE AND HARLEY. London: Allen & Unwin (1975) 8vo vii+307 pp. Red cloth. Ink name on ffep, some light pencil scoring else very good in like d/w. $ US20.00

Bigham, Clive THE PRIME MINISTERS OF BRITAIN 1721-1921. Toronto: Goodchild, 1922 Roy 8vo x+370 pp. Many illus from contemporary portraits. Blue cloth. Very good sound copy. $ US22.50

Black, Jeremy CULLODEN AND THE '45. (London): Grange Books, (1997). Large 8vo. xiv + 217 pp. Illus. from photos, artwork, maps, etc. Pictorial boards. A fine copy in like dustwrapper. $ US20.00

Blythe, Ronald AKENFIELD. Portrait of an English Village. New York: Pantheon, (1969). 8vo. 287 pp. Green cloth. Inscription on ffep (crossed out in ink). 1/2" spot at bottom of front cover, else very good in like pictorial d/w. $ US22.50

Bone, James THE LONDON PERAMBULATOR. With Pictures by Muirhead Bone. London: Cape (1927). Reprint [First in 1925]. 8vo 184 pp. Illus from drawings by Muirhead Bone. Red cloth. Spine lettering and cover vignette gilt. Cloth a trifle faded around borders and light bruising to spine tips. A very good copy in like dustwrapper which is age-darkened at spine with small chips to spine tips. $ US25.00

Bourne, Kenneth PALMERSTON: The Early Years. 1784-1841. London: Allen Lane (1982) Roy 8vo xiv+749 pp. Illus from portraits. Black boards. A very good copy in like dustwrapper. $ US35.00

Bowle, John HENRY VIII. A Biography. NY: Dorset (1990) Reprint of 1964 edn. 8vo 316 pp. Fine in like d/w. $ US15.00

Briggs, Asa THE AGE OF IMPROVEMENT 1783-1867. London: Longmans (1964) Reprint of 1960 corrected edition. 8vo 547 pp. Blue cloth. Very good in like d/w with spine lightly sunned. $ US30.00

Brown, Peter THE CHATHAMITES. A Study in the Relationship Between Personalities and Ideas in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century. London: Macmillan, 1967. 8vo xv+516 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits. Burgundy cloth. Ink name on ffep, else near fine in very good d/w - a bit rubbed and age-darkened at spine. $ US25.00

Bryant, Arthur LIQUID HISTORY. To Commemorate Fifty Years of the Port of London Authority, 1909-1959. London: Privately Printed at the Curwen Press, 1960 4to xvi+84 pp. Illus in colour and b&w from engravings, watercolours and photos. Blue cloth, Port Authority arms stamped in gilt. Ink name on ffep, else fine. "Compliments of Port of London Authority" slip laid in. $ US30.00

Buchan, John OLIVER CROMWELL London: Hodder & Stoughton (1934). 3rd printing. Roy 8vo 554 pp. Portrait frontis. Coloured maps of battlefields. Green cloth, top edge gilt. Very faint foxing to foredge, rubbed at extremities. A very good sound copy. $ US30.00

Bulley, Eleanor. GREAT BRITAIN FOR LITTLE BRITONS. London: Wells Gardner, Darton, (1904). Sixth Edition. Sm 8vo. 284 + 8 pp publisher's adverts. Illus from woodcuts; colour maps. Blue cloth with cover and spine vignette. Some rippling to cloth and light foxing to preliminary pages and edges. A nice bright copy. C$40.00

Burton, Anthony THE CHANGING RIVER. London: Gollancz, 1982. 8vo. 158 pp. Illus. from woodcuts, engravings and photos. Touch of soiling to top edge, else fine in like d/w. The Thames in English History. $ US20.00

Carlton, Charles GOING TO THE WARS. The Experience of the British Civil Wars, 1638-1651. London: Routledge (1992) 8vo xii+428 pp. Illus from portraits, paintings, engravings and etchings; battle plans. Black boards. Fine in like dustwrapper. With a foreword by John Keegan. $ US35.00

Chambers, J. D. & G. E. Mingay. THE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION 1750- 1880. London: Batsford, (1966). 8vo. vii + 222 pp. Maps and figures. Grey cloth. Ink name on ffep and a few pencil marks on intro. pp., else about fine in d/w lightly worn at spine tips and corners. "Fabric of British History" series. $ US30.00

Charlot, Monica VICTORIA. The Young Queen. Oxford: Blackwell (1991) 8vo viii+492 pp. 16 pp of illus. Near fine in like d/w. $ US22.50

Checkland, S. G. THE RISE OF INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY IN ENGLAND 1815-1885. London: Longmans (1964) 8vo xiv+471 pp. 6 maps. Blue cloth. Ink name on ffep, offsetting to half-title and verso of ffep from paper inserted therein, else near fine in like d/w with light wear to bottom edge. Social & Economic History of England Series. $ US25.00

Cherry, George L. THE CONVENTION PARLIAMENT 1689: A Biographical Study of Its Members. N.Y.: Bookman Associates (1966) 8vo 218 pp. Brown cloth. Ink name on ffep, else fine in like d/w. $ US20.00

Chidsey, Donald Barr MARLBOROUGH. The Portrait of a Conqueror. London: John Murray (1930). 8vo xvi+308 pp. Portrait frontis. Grey cloth. Good working copy only. $ US15.00

Childs, W. M. THE TOWN OF READING DURING THE EARLY PART OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Reading: University College, 1910. 8vo 96 pp. Map of Reading in 1813. Grey paper boards. Three quarters of backstrip lacking, faint ink signature on top cover. Still quite a good, sound copy with an early photo and four postcards which appear to be from early 20th century photos laid in. $ US30.00

Clapham, Sir John THE BANK OF ENGLAND. A History. Vol I: 1694-1797; Vol II: 1797-1914. With an epilogue: The Bank As It Is. Cambridge: CUP, 1958. Reprint of 1944 edn. 2 vols, 8vo ix+305; vii+460 pp. Illus from portraits. Blue cloth, cover medalion gilt. Light wear to spine tips and corners, still near fine in worn d/w's with chips from spine tips and worn at corners. $ US85.00

Clapp, B. W. JOHN OWENS. Manchester Merchant. Manchester Univ. Pr. (1965) 8vo viii+193 pp. Portrait frontis. Illus. Maroon cloth; ink name on ffep else fine in like d/w. $ US20.00

Clarke, M. L. PALEY. Evidences for the Man London: SPCK, 1974 8vo viii+161 pp. Green boards. Corners bumped, ink name on ffep, else about fine in like d/w. $ US17.50

Cobbett, William COBBETT. Selections with Hazlitt's Essay and Other Critical Estimates. Intro and Notes by A. M. D. Hughes. Oxford: Clarendon (1951). Reprint. Cr 8vo xv+176 pp. Frontis portrait. Blue cloth. Ink name on ffep. A very good bright copy. $ US15.00

Colvin, H. M. [King Penguin] ACKERMANN'S OXFORD London: Penguin (1954) 12mo 36 pp + 8 b&w plates from Ingram's "Memorials of Oxford" and 16 colour plates from Ackermann's "History of the University of Oxford..." Decorated paper boards. Paper is weakening a bit at front hinge and has minor abrasions at spine tips but for a King Penguin this is a remarkably bright and fresh copy in a very nice d/w with a bit of wear at extremities and an inconspicuous closed tear to front panel. $ US17.50

Creevey, Thomas CREEVEY'S LIFE AND TIMES. A Further Selection from the Correspondence of Thomas Creevey. Born 1768 - Died 1838. Edited by John Gore. London: John Murray (1937). Reprint. 8vo xxi+466 pp. Illus Green cloth. Light pencil annotations throughout, else very good. $ US20.00

Creighton, Mandell CARDINAL WOLSEY. London: Macmillan, 1912, reprint of 1888 edn. Cr 8vo vi+226 pp. Wear to extremities. A good working copy. $ US15.00

Crossman, Richard THE DIARIES OF A CABINET MINISTER. Vol. 1 1964- 1966. N.Y.: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, (1976). 8vo. 688 pp + 12 pp of photos in b/w. Brown cloth spine over paper boards. Pencil notes on rear free end paper and occasional pencil marks throughout; a very good copy in like dustwrapper. $ US25.00

Cruickshank, Charles HENRY VIII AND THE INVASION OF FRANCE. Stroud: Alan Sutton, (1991). Royal 8vo. xi + 183 pp. Illus. from photos, portraits & drawings. Pictorial endpapers. Black boards. Head of spine lightly bumped, else fine in near fine dustwrapper. $ US20.00

Dark, Sidney and Joseph Pennell LONDON. N.Y.: Macmillan, 1936. 8vo xi+176 pp. 55 illus from sketches by Joseph Pennell. Blue cloth, lettering gilt. Ink name on front free endpaper, rear endpapers browned from clippings pasted in; offsetting from clipping laid into text (p. 46) otherwise a very good bright copy. $ US30.00

Davies, E. T. EPISCOPACY AND THE ROYAL SUPREMACY IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN THE XVI CENTURY. Oxford: Blackwell, 1950. Small 8vo. vi + 137 pp. Green cloth. Near fine in very good dustwrapper. $ US18.50

Dicey, A. V. LECTURES ON THE RELATION BETWEEN LAW & PUBLIC OPINION IN ENGLAND during the Nineteenth Century. London: Macmillan, 1924. Reprint of the 2nd edition. 8vo xciv+506 pp. Brown cloth. Light browning to endpapers, extremities rubbed and some edge-soiling. Else a very good copy. $ US35.00

Drinkwater, John JOHN HAMPDEN'S ENGLAND. London: Thornton Butterworth, 1933. 8vo 320 pp. Illus from portraits, paintings and photos. Green cloth, spine lettering gilt. Light wear to corners and spine tips. A very good copy in dustwrapper which is chiped along edges. $ US20.00

Edwards, Michael M. THE GROWTH OF THE BRITISH COTTON TRADE. 1780-1815. Manchester University (1967) 8vo viii+276 pp. Ink name of ffep, top edge bumped, else about fine in very good d/w. $ US22.50

Elton, G. R. ENGLAND UNDER THE TUDORS. London: Methuen (1967) Reprint of 1962 edn with new bibliography. 8vo 504 pp. Red cloth. Ink name on ffep, else a very good bright copy in worn d/w. $ US25.00

Ereira, Alan THE PEOPLE'S ENGLAND. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul (1981) 8vo xviii+285 pp. Many illus from photos, etchings and caricatures. Black boards. Fine in near fine dustwrapper. A social history of working people, soldiers, and sailors in 19th century England. $ US20.00

Evans, Joan, comp. THE VICTORIANS. Introduced by Joan Evans. Cambridge: CUP, 1966. 4to viii+254 pp. Copiously illus from portraits, paintings, engravings and photos. Green cloth. Touch of rubbing to spine tips and corners. Very good in d/w with nicks to spine tips and short tears on front panel. $ US35.00

Evelyn, John THE DIARY OF JOHN EVELYN, ESQ. F.R.S. FROM 1641 TO 1705-6. With Memoir. Edited by William Bray. London: Frederick Warne, n.d. [ca 1880-90 - from the 1818 edition] 8vo xvi+619 pp. Blue cloth, paper spine label. Inner leaves split over hinges but joints firm; some wear to corners and two small tears at head of spine. Minor foxing on edges and margins of early pages, small piece torn from lower corner of one signature. Still an agreeable copy of a fascinating book. $ US30.00

Faber, Richard BEACONSFIELD AND BOLINGBROKE London: Faber (1961) 8vo 106 pp. Blue cloth. Ink name on ffep else fine in very good d/w. $ US18.50

Ferguson, Charles W. NAKED TO MINE ENEMIES. The Life of Cardinal Wolsey. Boston: Little, Brown (1958.) 6th printing 8vo 543 pp. Portrait frontis. Very good in d/w which is worn at extremities. $ US20.00

Fortescue, Chichester. Edited by Osbert Wyndham Hewett. '...AND MR. FORTESCUE' A Selection from the Diaries from 1851 to 1862 of Chichester Fortescue, Lord Carlingford, K.P. London: John Murray, (1958). 8vo. xi + 209pp. Portrait frontis + 7 pp of plates from photos and portraits. Red cloth. Abrasion from sticker removal at front pastedown, else a fine copy in very good dustwrapper with sticker removed from top panel and small ink stamp on rear. $ US20.00

Fothergill, Brian SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON. Envoy Extraordinary. London: Faber (1969) 8vo 459 pp. Illus from portraits and some paintings and artefacts from Hamilton's collection. Red cloth. Ink name on front free endpaper, a bit used but a very good copy in like dustwrapper. $ US25.00

Fraser, Antonia KING CHARLES II. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, (1979). 8vo. xv + 524 pp. Illus. from portraits & etchings; map ep's. Green cloth. Fine in very good d/w with green spine faded to blue and light wear to edges. $ US25.00

Glover, Richard BRITAIN AT BAY. Defence against Bonaparte, 1803-1814. London: George Allen & Unwin (973) 8vo 235 pp. 1 map. Blue boards. About fine in like dustwrapper. Reprints ca. 100 pages of contemporary documents, including intelligence reports and tables. $ US25.00

Green, David SARAH, DUCHESS OF MARLBOROUGH London: Collins, 1967 8vo 351 pp. Many illus. Green cloth, pictorial endpapers. Name on ffep else fine in like d/w. $ US25.00

Guttsman, W. L. ed. THE ENGLISH RULING CLASS London: Weidenfeld (1969) 8vo xii+310. Black cloth. Ink name on front free endpaper else fine in about fine d/w. Pertinent articles by Burke, Bagehot, Mill, Disraeli, Orwell, Taine, Carlyle and many others. $ US20.00

Hall, Reverend Robert THE MISCELLANEOUS WORKS AND REMAINS OF THE REV. ROBERT HALL with a Memoir of His Life by Olinthus Gregory and a Critical Estimate of His Character and Writings by John Foster London: Henry G. Bohn, 1860. Cr 8vo iv+572 pp. Frontis portrait from engraving. Typical Bohn's embossed olive cloth binding. Corners and spine tips worn but a very good, unopened and partially uncut copy. Hall is best known for his "Apology For the Freedom of the Press" (1793) . $ US35.00

Hamilton, Count Anthony MEMOIRS OF THE COUNT DE GRAMMONT: Containing the History of the English Court Under Charles II. Translated, with Notes, by Horace Walpole. With additional notes by Sir Walter Scott and Mrs. Jameson. London: George Allen & Unwin (1926). Reprint. 8vo 408 pp. Illus from line drawings in text. Blue cloth. Prelims and rear pp browned; edges lightly foxed; small nick to foot of spine, else a good sound copy. $ US27.50

Hamilton, Henry HISTORY OF THE HOMELAND. The Story of the British Background. London: Allen & Unwin (1947) 8vo 597 pp. Illus from engravings, photos, maps, town plans etc. Green cloth. Spine sunned else a very good copy. Manners, morals and mores since the Norman invasion. "Primers for the Age of Plenty" No 4. $ US20.00

Harris, John THE INDIAN MUTINY. London: Hart-Davis, 1973. Lrg 8vo. 208 pp. Illus throughout from contemporary artwork in colour and b/w. Map end papers. Blue boards. Near fine in like dustwrapper. $ US20.00

Herbert, Lord, ed. PEMBROKE PAPERS (1780-1794) Letters and Diaries of Henry, Tenth Earl of Pembroke and His Circle. London: Cape (1950) 8vo 509 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits and paintings. Blue cloth; gilt device and lettering. Name on front free endpaper else about fine in d/w worn & chipped at edges. $ US30.00

Hickey, William THE PRODIGAL RAKE. Memoirs of William Hickey. Edited by Peter Quennell NY: Dutton, 1962 3rd US printing. 8vo 452 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits and scenes. Brown cloth, ink markings on ffep, else a very good bright copy. Memoirs of an Irishman who made good during reign of George III. $ US17.50

Holden, C. H. & W. G. Holford THE CITY OF LONDON. A Record of Destruction and Survival. London: Architectural Press (1951) Sm 4to. 341 pp. Profusly illus from photos, maps, plans, elevations (many foldout) and drawings and engravings - most of the latter in colour. Blue cloth, gilt device and lettering. Map endpapers. Ink name/date on half title. Faint fading to spine, else fine. Includes architectural history of the City as well as some inspired plans for its reconstruction. $ US60.00

Hole, Christina WITCHCRAFT IN ENGLAND. Illustrated by Mervyn Peake. London: Batsford, (1945). 2nd imp. 8vo. 168 pp. Many illus. by Mervyn Peake both in text and full page plates. Red cloth. Ex-lib with blind stamp on title page and small ink name on front free endpaper. Cloth worn but a good sound copy with bright interior. $ US20.00

Howell, James CERTAIN LETTERS OF JAMES HOWELL. Selected from "The Familiar Letters" as First Published Between 1645-1655. N.Y.: William Edwin Rudge, 1928 8vo [xii]+85 pp. Frontis portrait and illus from contemporary engravings. Half cloth and grey papers boards, top edge gilt. Light browning to endpapers from binding glue, else about fine in battered slipcase. One of 800 copies for sale (of a total edition of 1000). Production of this book was a project of a course in Graphic Processes at the Fine Arts Dept of NYU taught by Frederic Goudy; printed in Garamond on Hadrian White Antique. Binding was directed by Edith Diehl. $ US35.00

Hyde, H. Mongomery NORMAN BIRKETT. The Life of Lord Birkett of Ulverston. London: Reprint Society (1965) 8vo x+638 pp. Illus from photos. Red boards. Top corner slightly bumped else very good. Birkett defended Radclyffe Hall's WELL OF LONELINESS before the courts in 1929 and was a judge at Nuremburg among many other notable events in his long career. $ US20.00

Hynes, Samuel THE AUDEN GENERATION. Literature and Politics in England in the 1930's. New York: Viking, (1977). 8vo. 430 pp. Brown cloth. A very good copy with rubbing to extremities and tiny bump to cloth, in d/w, worn at edges. Price clipped. $ US25.00

Jackman, Sydney W. MAN OF MERCURY. An Apprectiation of the Mind of Henry St. John, Viscount Bolingbroke. London: Pall Mall Press (1965) 8vo ix+[1]+166 pp. Ink name on ffep, else fine in very good d/w. $ US25.00

Jarrett, Derek BRITAIN 1688-1815. London: Longmans (1966) 2nd printing. 8vo xi+507 pp. With 8 maps. Grey boards. Ink name on ffep; some light pencil marking, else very good in like d/w with wear to extremities. $ US22.50

Jarvis, Rupert C. COLLECTED PAPERS ON THE JACOBITE RISINGS. Volume II. Manchester: The Univ Press (1972) 8vo xvii+342 pp. Maroon cloth. Ink name on ffep, else about fine in very good d/w. $ US30.00

Jones, George Hilton CHARLES MIDDLETON: The Life and Times of a Restoration Politician. Chicago: Univ Press (1967) 8vo 332 pp. Map. Blue cloth. Ink name on ffep, else fine in about fine d/w $ US25.00

Keir, David Lindsay THE CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF MODERN BRITAIN 1485-1951. London: A & C Black (1957). reprint of 5th rev. edn. 8vo viii+579 pp. Blue cloth. Name stamp on front pastedown, slight bump to top edge, else a nice bright copy in very good d/w. $ US30.00

Keir, David Lindsay THE CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF MODERN BRITAIN Since 1485. London: A & C Black, 1960. 6th editiion. 8vo viii+579 pp. Blue cloth. Ink name and bookplate on front pastedown, blindstamp on title page, lacks front free endpaper but a very good sound copy. $ US35.00

Kemp, Betty KING AND COMMONS, 1660-1832. London: Macmillan, 1957. 8vo vii+168 pp. Blue cloth. Name stamp on front pastedown & ffep, else near fine in very good, age-darkened d/w with some edgwear. $ US22.50

Kerr, Barbara BOUND TO THE SOIL. A Social History of Dorset 1750-1918. N.Y.: Humanities Press (1968) 8vo xvii+287 pp. Illus from photos, illustrative head and tailpieces; drawings in text; maps. Green cloth. Fine in rubbed pictorial d/w. $ US35.00

Knowles, L. C.A. THE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL REVOLUTIONS IN GREAT BRITAIN DURING THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. London: Routledge, 1933, Reprint of 1926 revised edn. 8vo xii+416 + 15 p catalogue. Blue cloth, gilt stamped spine. Ink name on ffep, free endpapers and edges lightly foxed, minor rubbing to extremities. Very good copy. $ US25.00

Lamoine, Georges, ed. CHARGES TO THE GRAND JURY, 1689-1803 London: Royal Historical Society, 1992 8vo 642 pp. Tan boards. Fine copy. $ US30.00

Lauriston, Victor ROMANTIC KENT. More Than Three Centruies of History. 1626-1952. Chatham: Shepherd Printing, 1952. 8vo. 784 pp. Illus throughout from photos and portraits. Red pebble cloth; lettering gilt. Ink inscription and stamp on front free endpaper, else a very good copy. $ US40.00

Levin, Jennifer THE CHARTER CONTROVERSY IN THE CITY OF LONDON, 1660-1688, AND ITS CONSEQUENCES. London: Athlone Press, Univ of London, 1969. 8vo 119 pp. Black cloth. Ink name on ffep else about fine in very good d/w. $ US25.00

(Lindemann, F.A.) Birkenhead, Earl of THE PROFESSOR AND THE PRIME MINISTER. The Official Life of Professor F. A . Lindemann, Viscount Cherwell. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962. 8vo. xvi+400pp. Red cloth. A very good clean copy in like dustwrapper. "F.A. Lindemann wielded greater power than any other scientist in histroy as personal advisor to Winston Churchill." $15.00

Lipson, E. THE ECONOMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND. London: A. & C. Black. Vol I-12th edn, reprint of 7th enlarged edn, 1959; Vols II & III 6th edn, reprint of 3rd enlarged edn, 1961. 8vo xxii+696; x+503; v+596 pp. Blue cloth (Vol I is a shade darker than vols II & III). All vols very good bright copies. $ US85.00

Lloyd George, David BETTER TIMES. Speeches by the Right Hon. D. Lloyd George, M.P. Chancellor of the Exchequer. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1910. 8vo vi+326 pp. Red cloth, lettering gilt with paper cover label in gilt rules. Free endpapers browned and foredge faintly foxed else a bright near fine. $ US25.00

Lloyd George, Earl Richard MY FATHER, LLOYD GEORGE NY: Crown (1961) 8vo 248 pp. Illus from photos. Blue cloth. Very good in good d/w. $ US15.00

Longford, Elizabeth EMINENT VICTORIAN WOMEN. New York: Knopf, 1981. 1st US edn. 4to. 256 pp. Numerous illus. from photos, portraits, many in colour. Decorative ep's. Maroon boards. Light rubbing to extremities, else very good in some worn pictorial d/w. $ US20.00

MacKenzie, Norman & Jeanne THE FABIANS. New York: Simon & Schuster (1977) 8vo 446 pp. Illus from photos and portraits. Black cloth. Small remainder stamp on bottom edge else near fine in like dustwrapper. $ US20.00

Maillaud, Pierre THE ENGLISH WAY. London: Oxford Univ Press (1945). Reprint. 8vo 270 pp. Grey cloth. Ink inscription and rubbed-stamped name on front free endpaper, else very good in some worn dustwrapper. A Frenchman's view of England in the 30's and just after World War II. $ US18.50

Marshall, Dorothy INDUSTRIAL ENGLAND 1776-1851. NY: Scribner's (1973) 8vo x+242 pp. Brown cloth. Near fine in like d/w. "Development of English Society" series. $ US25.00

Mason, Philip THE MEN WHO RULED INDIA. NY: Norton, 1985. 8vo. xvi+368 pp. 16 pp of colour plates. Illus throughout from photos, maps, artwork, etc. Pictorial endpapers. Black boards. Very good in like dustwrapper. $ US30.00

Mathew, David THE AGE OF CHARLES I. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode (1951) 8vo xvii+340 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits. Burgundy cloth. Very good in d/w. with wear to extremities. $ US25.00

Matter, Joseph Allen MY LORDS AND LADY OF ESSEX. Their State Trials Chicago: Henry Regnery (1969) 8vo x+374 pp. Illus from portraits and engravings. Blue cloth. Light tape stains to ffep else near fine in d/w worn at extremities. $ US17.50

McInnes, Angus ROBERT HARLEY, Puritan Politician. London: Gollancz, 1970 8vo 223 pp. Portrait frontis. Blue cloth. Ink name on ffep else fine in very good d/w. $ US20.00

Mingay, G. E. THE TRANSFORMATION OF BRITAIN: 1830-1939. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986. 8vo xii + 236 pp. Illus from photos and caricatures. Green boards. A fine copy in about fine dustwrapper. Traces the transformation from a rural to an urban society. One of "The Making of Britain" series. $ US20.00

Mitchison, Rosalind AGRICULTURAL SIR JOHN. The Life of Sir John Sinclair of Ulbster 1754-1835 London: Geoffrey Bles (1962) 8vo ix+291 pp. 12 pp of illus and a foldout plan. Green cloth. Bottom corners bumped, else near fine in like d/w, a little rubbed. $ US30.00

Morley, John THE LIFE OF WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE. 2 Vols. 1809-1872; 1872-1898. London: Macmillan, 1905; 1906. Reprint. 2 Vols. 8vo. Frontis portrait in vol. 1. Blue cloth; spine lettering gilt. Ink name and small name plate on front free endpaper of both vols. Pages browning. Binding is tight, bright and clean. $ US40.00

Mosley, Nicholas RULES OF THE GAME. Sir Oswald and Lady Cynthia Mosley 1896-1933. London: Secker & Warburg (1982) Roy 8vo x+274 pp. Illus from photos. Brown boards. Bit of bruising to foredge, else very good in like d/w. $ US18.50

Neale, J. E. ELIZABETH I AND HER PARLIAMENTS. 2 Vols. 1559-1581; 1584-1601. London: Jonathan Cape, (1965). 2 vols. 8vo. 434; 452 pp. Pictorial card covers. Some light wear, a very good set. $ US18.50

Neale, J. E. ELIZABETH I AND HER PARLIAMENTS. Vol I: 1669-1581; Vol II: 1584-1601. N.Y. St. Martin's, 1958. 2 vols 8vo 434; 452 pp. Illus from portraits. Black cloth. Owner's name stamps in both vols and pocket in vol I, else good sound bright copies in d/ws which are worn at extremities. $ US65.00

Neale, J. E. QUEEN ELIZABETH London: Jonathan Cape (1934) 8vo 402 pp. Illustrated from contemporary portraits. Purple cloth. Very good copy. $ US20.00

Nicholls, Mark INVESTIGATING GUNPOWDER PLOT Manchester: Univ. Press (1991) 8vo viii+254 pp. Brown boards. Fine in like d/w. $ US25.00

Nicolson, Harold CURZON: THE LAST PHASE. 1919-1925. A Study in Post-War Diplomacy. London: Constable, 1934. 8vo. xvi+416 pp. Portrait frontis. Illus from photos and maps. Map endpapers. Blue cloth, spine lettering gilt. 1cm tear to head of spine and some light wear to binding, still an attractive copy, interior clean and sound. 'Macmillans in Canada' bookplate on verso of front free endpaper and 'Edgar Innis' in pen on half title. $35.00

Ollard, Richard CLARENDON AND HIS FRIENDS. N.Y.: Atheneum, 1988. 8vo. xv + 367 pp. Illus. from contemporary portraits and drawings. Red cloth spine and boards. A fine copy in like dustwrapper. $ 25.00

Orlans, Harold UTOPIA LTD. The Story of the English New Town of Stevenage. New Haven: Yales University, 1953. 8vo xv+313 pp. 2 maps and town plan; tables. Blue cloth. Ink name on front pastedown; spine tips and corners rubbed but a very good or better copy in some worn dustwrapper. $ US25.00

Owen, Frank TEMPESTUOUS JOURNEY. Lloyd George, His Life and Times London: Hutchinson (1954) 8vo 784 pp. Illus from photos. Blue cloth. Faint wear to bottom of front cover, else very good in chipped d/w. $ US25.00

Palmerston ( Henry John Temple, Viscount) THE LETTERS OF THE THIRD VISCOUNT PALMERSTON TO LAURENCE AND ELIZABETH SULIVAN. 1804-1863. Edited by Kenneth Bourne. London: Royal Historical Society, 1979. 8vo xii+350 pp. Khaki boards. A fine copy. $ 25.00

Parker, Rowland MEN OF DUNWICH. The Story of a Vanished Town NY: Holt Rinehart (1979) 8vo 272 pp. Endpaper maps. Illus from maps, drawings and town plans. Fine in good d/w. $ 17.50

Petrie, Sir Charles THE FOUR GEORGES. A Revaluation of the Period from 1714-1830. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode (1946). Reprint 8vo viii+268 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits, scenes and caricatures. Cloth. Bookplate on front pastedown. A good sound copy. $ 17.50

Pollard, A. F. HENRY VIII London: Longmans, 1930. Reprint of 1905 revised edn. 8vo xii+470 pp. Red cloth. Cloth a bit worn and lacks ffront free endpaper but a good bright sound copy. $ US17.50

Priestly, J. B. THE PRINCE OF PLEASURE And His Regency 1811-20. London: Heinemann (1969) Sm 4to 304 pp. Profusely illus from paintings, portraits, caricatures; 44 colour plates. Red cloth. Very good bright copy in d/w a bit worn at edges and corners. A fascinating history of the period as well as of the Prince. $ 35.00

Read, Conyers LORD BURGHLEY AND QUEEN ELIZABETH N.Y.: Knopf, 1960 8vo, 603 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits. Brown cloth, ink names on pastedown & ffep. Inner leaf broken at front hinge still a firm, very good copy. $ 25.00

Reilly, Robin WILLIAM PITT THE YOUNGER. N.Y.: Putnam's (1979) 8vo ix+502 pp. Illus from portraits and caricatures. Brown boards. Minor rubbing at foot of spine else about fine in like dustwrapper. $ 30.00

Reresby, Sir John MEMOIRS & TRAVELS OF SIR JOHN RERESBY, BART. London: Kegan Paul, 1904. 8vo. xix + 396 + 4 plates. Gilt stamped red cloth and spine. Top edge gilt. Some spotting to top board and spine faded, else a very good tight copy. "The Dryden House Memoirs" Series $ 35.00

Ridley, Jasper LORD PALMERSTON. NY: Dutton, (1970). 8vo. xiv+689 pp. Portrait frontis. Red cloth. A very good clean copy in like dustwrapper. $25.00

Robertson, Sir Charles Grant ENGLAND UNDER THE HANOVERIANS. London: Methuen (1948) 15th edn. 8vo xvii+575 pp. Genealogical tables, maps including 3 folding in colour. Red cloth, a little used, ink name on front free endpaper. A good sound copy. $ US20.00

Roe, W. G. LAMENNAIS AND ENGLAND. The Reception of Lamennais's Religious Ideas in England in the Nineteenth Century. (London); Oxford, 1966. 8vo. viii + 241 pp. Brown cloth. Ink name on front free end paper and red ink scoring in the bibliography. A very good, bright copy. $ 30.00

Rolph, C. H. KINGSLEY: The Life, Letters and Diaries of Kingsley Martin. London: Gollancz, 1973 8vo 413 pp. Illus from photos. Blue boards. Fine in near fine d/w. $ 20.00

Rose, Jasper & John Ziman CAMFORD OBSERVED. London: Gollancz, 1964. 8vo. 255 pp. Blue boards. Inner leaf has a tape repair where it has split over front hinge. Else a good copy in like dustwrapper with tape repairs at spine tips and two 1" tears. $ 20.00

Roseveare, Henry THE TREASURY. The Evolution of a British Institution. N.Y.: Columbia Univ. Press (1969) Roy 8vo 406 pp. Brown cloth. Ink name on half-title. Light wear to edges and corners. A very good copy in d/w. $ 30.00

Routley, Erik ENGLISH RELIGIOUS DISSENT Cambridge: Univ Press, 1960 Cr 8vo viii+213 pp. Illus from engravings, portraits and photos. Red boards. Ink name on ffep, extremities lightly bumped else near fine in very good d/w. $ 20.00

Rowse, A. L. RALEGH AND THE THROCKMORTONS London: Macmillan, 1962 8vo xi+348 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits. Red cloth. Fine in very good d/w. $ 22.50

Rowse, A. L. SHAKESPEARE'S SOUTHAMPTON: Patron of Virginia London: Macmillan, 1965. 8vo xii+324 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits, documents and statuary. Blue cloth, near fine in worn d/w. $ 18.50

Rowse, A.L. SIR RICHARD GRENVILLE OF THE "REVENGE" London: Jonathan Cape, 1937. 2nd impression 8vo Illus from portraits, folding map. Blue cloth, about fine. $ 25.00

Russell, George, W. E. PRIME MINISTERS AND SOME OTHERS. A Book of Reminiscences Toronto: Dent, 1919 8vo 345 pp. Rust cloth. Cheap paper browned. A good working copy. Principally interesting as insider's gossip on these luminaries of the Victorian and Edwardian periods. $ 20.00

Russell, Jack NELSON AND THE HAMILTONS London: Book Club Assoc. (1969) 8vo 371 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits. Blue boards. Very good in worn d/w. $ 20.00

Saab, Ann Pottinger THE ORIGINS OF THE CRIMEAN ALLIANCE. Charlottesville: Univ of Virginia (1977). 8vo x+223 pp. Red cloth. A fine copy. $ 35.00

St. Breward History Group A HISTORY OF ST. BREWARD. The Life of a Moorland Village. Bodmin: T.J. Press, 1988. 2nd imp. 8vo. xii+163 pp. Illus from photos and drawings. Green boards. About fine in like dustwrapper. $ 25.00

Schama, Simon A HISTORY OF BRITAIN. At the Edge of the World? 3000 BC-AD1603. NY: Hyperion, 2000. Lrg 8vo. 416 pp. Numerous illus in colour from maps, artwork and photos. Black boards. Ink name on front free endpaper, else near fine in like dustwrapper. $ 25.00

Schama, Simon A HISTORY OF BRITAIN. The Wars of the British. 1603-1776. NY: Hyperion, 2001. Lrg 8vo. Numerous illus from photos, artwork and maps. Black boards. Ink name on front free endpaper, else near fine in like dustwrapper. $ 25.00

Scott, C. P. THE POLITICAL DIARIES OF C. P. SCOTT 1911-1928. Edited with an Introduction and Commentary by Trevor Wilson. London: Collins, 1970. 8vo 509 pp. Illus from photos. Blue cloth. Ink names on front free endpaper. A very good copy with a bit of edge-soiling and faded extremities. In worn dustwrapper. $ 25.00

Selwyn, George GEORGE SELWYN: HIS LETTERS AND HIS LIFE. Edited by E. S. Roscoe and Helen Clergue. London: Fisher Unwin, 1899 8vo xiv+302pp. Frontis portrait and one plate from a Reynolds painting. Blue cloth, gilt lettering and decoration on spine and top board, top edge gilt. Ink name on front free endpaper, some browning to endpapers and light foxing to prelims. A good sound bright copy. $ 35.00

Shelton, Walter James ENGLISH HUNGER & INDUSTRIAL DISORDERS. A Study of Social Conflict During the First Decade of George III's Reign. Univ of Toronto (1973) 8vo 226 pp. Frontis portrait, maps and facsimiles. Red cloth. Slight wear to spine tips and corners. A near fine copy in edgworn dustwrapper. $ 20.00

Sichel, Walter BOLINGBROKE AND HIS TIMES. The Sequel. (Period II: March 1715 - December 1751). London: James Nisbet, 1902. 8vo xii+619 pp. Illus from contemporary portrait medallions, engravings and mezzotints. Burgundy cloth, Bolingbroke arms gilt stamped on top board. Ink name on ffep, browning to endpapers, spine sunned,else a very good sound copy. $ 30.00

Speck, W. A. STABILITY AND STRIFE. England, 1714-1760. Cambridge, Ma: Harvard University, 1977. 8vo vii+311pp. 2 maps. Red cloth. Foot of spine worn with rubbing to head else a very good copy. New History of England series. $ US20.00

Spence, Basil PHOENIX AT COVENTRY. The Building of a Cathedral. London: Geoffrey Bles (1962). Reprint. 8vo xvii+141 pp. Illus from photos, some in colour, and Spence's architectural drawings, models and designs. Yellow cloth, gilt phoenix on top cover, spine lettering gilt. About fine in very good dustwrapper which is sunned at spine and margins. $ US20.00

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF THOMAS ARNOLD, D.D. N.Y.: Scribner's, n.d. [originally published in 1844.] Two volumes in one. 8vo xxv+378+400 pp. Frontis portrait engraving. Brown cloth, paper spine label. Top edge gilt. Ink name on fly-leaf. A good sound copy, faded and worn at spine tips and corners; label rubbed. $ US25.00

Steegman, John CAMBRIDGE. Revised by Bryan Little. London: Batsford (1954) 5th edn. 8vo x+120 pp. Many illus from photos, colour frontis, map eps. Blue cloth. Spine faded but a very good copy. $ US20.00

Steeholm, Clara and Hardy JAMES I OF ENGLAND. The Wisest Fool in Christendom. NY: Covici Friede (1938) 8vo 502 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits, map eps. Blue cloth. About fine copy. $ US20.00

Stephen, J. Thomson HOW LEICESTER WON "HOME RULE," An Example and a Warning. Leicester, n.d. [ca 1880] 16mo, 4page tirade on the dangers and ineffectiveness of compulsory smallpox vaccination and how the town of Leicester conquered the disease by good hygiene and efficient hospitals. "...are Englishmen, Scotchmen and Irishmen fit to enjoy Home Rule over their own bodies....?" Plus ca change.... $ US20.00

Stirling, A. M. COKE OF NORFOLK AND HIS FRIENDS. The Life of Thomas William Coke, first Earl of Leicester of Holkham....Including Many Unpublished Letters from Noted Men of the Day, English & American. London: Bodley Head, 1908 2 vols. 8vo xviii+449; x+548 pp. Illus from 20 photogravures and 43 other reproductions from contemporary portraits, prints, etc. Red cloth, Leicester arms gilt on covers, T.E.G. Spine expertly rebacked. Some foxing throughout but good sound working copies. $ US85.00

Synge, M. B. A SHORT HISTORY OF SOCIAL LIFE IN ENGLAND. London: Hodder And Stoughton, 1908. Popular edition. Cr 8vo. xvi+407 pp. Green cloth; spine lettering gilt. Ink name on front free endpaper and light wear to spine tips. A very good used copy. $ US17.50

Tanner, J. R. TUDOR CONSITUTIONAL DOCUMENTS A.D. 1485-1603. With an historical commentary. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Press, 1922. 8vo xii+636 pp. Brown cloth, top edge gilt. Bookplate on front free endpaper, gilt slghtly tarnished and cloth lightly spotted with rubbed extremities. A very good, mostly unopened copy. $ US35.00

Taunton, Ethelred L. THOMAS WOLSEY. Legate and Reformer. London: John Lane, 1902. Roy 8vo xx+254 pp. Illus from portraits, drawings and engravings. All illus with tissue guards. Red cloth, top edge gilt other edges uncut. Corners bent and some dust soiling but a very good, sound copy. $ US30.00

Taylor, A. J. P. BEAVERBROOK London: Hamish Hamilton (1972) 8vo xvii+712 pp. Illus from photos. Blue cloth, about fine. $ US20.00

Taylor, G. R. Stirling CROMWELL Boston: Little, Brown, 1928 8vo vii+333 pp. Illus from portraits and photos. Green cloth. Ink name on ffep. A bit of wear but very good bright copy. $ US25.00

Thomas, David AGRICULTURE IN WALES DURING THE NAPOLEONIC WARS. A Study in the Geographical Interpretation of Historical Sources. Cardiff: Univ of Wales, 1963 8vo [16]+196 pp. Blue cloth, spine lettering argent. Ex-lib with the usual markings. Very good bright copy. $ US25.00

Thompson, Allan THE DYNAMICS OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. London: Edward Arnold (1973) 8vo x+174 pp. Maroon cloth. Rubbed at corners, ink name on ffep, paper browning somewhat. Very good in like d/w. $ US15.00

Todd, Alpheus PARLIAMENTARY GOVERNMENT IN THE BRITISH COLONIES. London: Longmans, Gren, and Co., 1894. Second Edition. 8vo. xx+929+24pp publisher's catalogue. Green cloth; spine lettering gilt. Ink stamp on title page and front free endpaper verso. Pages uncut. A very good copy, bright and sound. $ US50.00

Trevelyan, George Macaulay ENGLAND UNDER QUEEN ANNE. 3 vols. Blenheim; Ramillies and the Union with Scotland; The Peace and the Protestant Succession. London: Longmans Green, (1948). New imp. 3 vols. 8vo. xii + 477; xiv + 468; xx + 383 pp. Illus. with frontis in each vol; facsimile letter; genealogical tables; maps, 9 folding, 4 in colour. Green cloth. Ink name on ffep's. Extremities rubbed and a few minor bumps. A very good set. $ US65.00

Trevelyan, George Macaulay ENGLAND UNDER THE STUARTS London: Methuen (1947), 19th edition, revised. 8vo xiii+466 pp. Illus with 4 maps. Red cloth, gilt stamped spine. Ink signature on ffep, minor shelf wear but a very good copy. Volume 5 of A HISTORY OF ENGLAND ed by Sir Charles Oman. $ US20.00

Twyford, H.O. IT CAME TO OUR DOOR. Plymouth in the World War. Underhill (Plymouth) ltd., 1946 5th impression Cloth, 151 pp. Profusely illus from photos by Dermot P. Fitzgerald.. Intro by Lord Astor - Lord Mayor 1939-1944. Spine faded, extremities bumped. A good sound copy. $ US17.50

Valentine, Alan LORD NORTH. Norman: Univ of Oklahoma (1967) 2 vols. 8vo xi+568; vii+517 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits. Black cloth. Ink name on ffeps, else fine copies in slipcase. $ US60.00

Walker, R. J. B. OLD WESTMINSTER BRIDGE. The Bridge of Fools. Newton Abbot: David & Charles (1979) 8vo 319 pp. Illus from 18th century maps and plans; paintings and engravings. Grey-green cloth. Previous owner's stamp on ffep; near fine in like d/w. $ US20.00

Walmsley, Robert PETERLOO: The Case Reopened. Manchester Univ. Press (1969) Roy 8vo. ix+585 pp. Illus from portraits, caricatures and maps. Blue cloth, ink name on ffep, else fine in very good d/w. $ US35.00

Wedgwood, Barbara & Hensleigh THE WEDGWOOD CIRCLE, 1730-1897. Four Generations of a Family and Their Friends. Don Mills, On: Collier Macmillan (1980). 8vo xiii+386 pp. Illus from portraits, engravings, photos and Wedgwood ware, 14 in colour; genealogical table endpapers. Black cloth. Light rubbing else near fine in pictorial dustwrapper worn along edges and mended with tape. $ US35.00

Wedgwood, C. V. THE KING'S PEACE, 1637-41. N.Y. Macmillan, 1956. 8vo 510 pp. Illus from engravings and paintings. Cream cloth. Name stamp on front pastedown & ffep, else about fine in very good d/w worn at edges. $ US30.00

Wedgwood, C. V. THE TRIAL OF CHARLES I. London: Collins (1964) 2nd printing. 8vo 253 pp. Illus from contemporary portraits, engravings and printed matter, map. Green cloth, pictorial endpapers. About fine. $ US25.00

White, R.J., ed. THE CONSERVATIVE TRADITION. London: A & C Black (1964) 2nd edn. 8vo 256 pp. Burgundy cloth. Very good in worn d/w. Book Four in "The British Political Tradition" series. $ US22.50

Williams, C. H. THE MAKING OF TUDOR DESPOTISM. London: Thomas Nelson & Son, (1935). New edn., entirely revised and reset. 8vo. vii + 280 pp. Green cloth. Neat pencil scoring throughout, else very good in worn dustwrapper. $ US25.00

Williamson, James A. THE ENGLISH CHANNEL. A History. London: Collins, 1959 8vo 381 pp. Illus from historical engravings and artworks; photos, maps. Black cloth, lettering gilt, map endpapers. Small ink name on title page, else about fine in chipped d/w. Much detail on fishing, coastal trading, smuggling, piracy, havens and lighthouses, etc. $ US30.00

Wilson, Charles ENGLAND'S APPRENTICESHIP 1603-1763. London: Longman's (1965) 8vo xvi+413 pp. Black cloth. Ink name on ffep else fine in very good d/w with wear to extremities. Social & Economic History of England series. $ US22.50

Wilson, Harold THE LABOUR GOVERNMENT. 1964-1970. A Personal Record London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson (1971). Roy 8vo xviii+[2]+836 pp. Illus from photos and cartoons. About fine in like d/w with minor shelfwear. $ US25.00

Wilson, John FAIRFAX. A Life of Thomas, Lord Fairfax, Captain-General of all the Parliament's Force in the English Civil War, Creator & Commander of the New Model Army. London: John Murray, (1985). 8vo. 215 pp. Illus. from contemporary portraits and drawings. Blue boards. Ink name on title page, else near fine in like dustwrapper. $ US25.00

Wilson, John Harold. NELL GWYNN. The Royal Mistress. N.Y.: Pellegrini, (1952). 8vo. 309 pp. Frontispiece portrait. Black cloth. A good sound copy. $ US17.50

Young, G. M. & W. D. Handcock, eds. ENGLISH HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS. 1833-1874. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1956 Roy 8vo xxiii+1017 pp. Blue cloth. Ink name on front free endpaper, spine a trifle faded. A very good copy. Vol XII(1) of English Historical Documents. $ US40.00

Younghusband, Major-General Sir George. FORTY YEARS A SOLDIER. NY: Putnam, 1923. 8vo. xi+324 pp. 15 pp of illus from photos + photo frontis. Green cloth with black lettering and rules. Cloth a bit rubbed and some foxing, else a very good, sound copy. "It commences on November 20, 1878, when we advanced to storm Ali Musjid in the Afghan War, and ends, when the bugles sounded the "Cease Fire," on November 11, 1918." $ US40.00