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TRANTER, NIGEL
The Eastern Counties: Aberdeen, Angus and Kincardineshire
London, Hodder & Stoughton , 1972. Used - Very Good. VG hardback in VG dust jacket . 1st edition. The Queen's Scotland series. Pages clean; binding tight; owner's initials . ISBN: 034016462X
-- Cotswold Internet Books -- Book number: BOOKS123907I
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Keywords: 034016462X
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TRANTER, NIGEL
Eastern Counties, Aberdeen, Angus and Kincardineshire
United Kingdom: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. ISBN: 034016462X. A very good 1972 1st edition hardcover in a very good unclipped dustwrapper. The book is in green boards with gold titles, bumped to spine ends and rear top corner, no writing or stamps, unmarked pages with a trace of foxing to the text block edge. The glossy illustrated dustwrapper is faded to the spine, light creasing/rubbing to the edges and corners, a small closed tear on back near corner, supplied in a new removable archival sleeve. Carefully packaged and despatched within 48 hours from our wee bookshop in Scotland.. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket .
-- The Old Bookshelf, UK -- Book number: 35453
GBP 19.95 [Appr.: EURO 22.75 US$ 27.99 | JP¥ 2972]
Keywords: 034016462x Regions Scottish Religion
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TRANTER, NIGEL
The Eastern Counties: Aberdeenshire, Angus and Kincardineshire.
Hodder & Stoughton Ltd, 1972. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Very clean, tightly bound book with a name/date on the front endpaper, but no other marks or inscriptions, light browning at closed page edges, in a bright unclipped dustjacket. x + 388 pages, 49 photos on plates, bibliography, index. A volume in 'The Queen's Scotland' series. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket.
-- Aucott & Thomas -- Book number: 34206
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 US$ 21.04 | JP¥ 2235]
Keywords: Scotland Scottish history Nigel Tranter Gazetteer
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TRANTER, NIGEL
The Fortified House in Scotland: Aberdeenshire, Angus, Kincardineshire V. 4
London: Oliver & Boyd, 1990. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 1966 FIRST Hardback edition, complete with dust jacket. Ex library, with usual markings. Good .
-- Books and Bobs -- Book number: E034147
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TRANTER, NIGEL
The Fortified House in Scotland. Volume 4. Aberdeenshire, Angus and Kincardineshire. Signed Copy
Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1966. First Edition. Brown hardback cloth cover. 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). 178pp. B/w line drawings within the text. Fourth volume of Tranter's five volume series covering the whole of Scotland. Signed by author on title page.. VG : in very good condition with dust jacket .
-- Barter Books -- Book number: tra039d
GBP 46.00 [Appr.: EURO 52 US$ 64.53 | JP¥ 6853]
Keywords: Architecture Scotland History Autographed Editions
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TREVOR, PAT
Professionally Yours: A Book for the Amateur Producer
Glasgow, Brown,Son & Ferguson Ltd. 1978, First Edition. (ISBN: 0851743293) Hard Cover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Some minor creasing to the edges of the unclipped dustwrapper, otherwise a good clean tight copy of this hard-cover book dealing with the art of theatre production. Also contains a one act play for reference purposes, ''The Joker'' by Pat Trevor. Foreword by Angus McVicar. Signed by the author on title page ''With best wishes and thanks for all your help, Pat Trevor''. 137pp, a few b&w illustrations. Very Good/Very Good. Signed by Author.
-- JimsOldBooks -- Book number: kw1528
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Keywords: Theatre Performing Arts Theater, Amateur Dramatics, Plays, the Joker, Angus Mcvicar 0851743293
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TUCKER, LORD JUSTICE
Proceedings at the Hearing of Two Informations Before Justices of the Aberayron Division of the County of Cardigan on 24th April, 1946. Report of an Enquiry . . .
London, HMSO. 1947. 20pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cmd.7061. A clean copy. Report by Lord Justice Tucker into the Circumstances leading up to, and the Conduct of the Proceedings at, the Hearing of two Informations against WILLIAM HERBERT LEWIS, before seven Justices of the Aberayron Division of the County of Cardigan on 24th April 1946.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 137012
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Keywords: Bevkkk British Parliamentary Paper Aberayron Local History Interest Cardiganshire Agriculture Agricultural History Wales Welsh History Slaughtering Pigs Animals Slaughter Licences Family History Interest Genealogy "John Geoge Angus" Pontshaen Llandyssul P
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Angus at Work. A Selection of photographs from the Collection of Angus Discrit Libraries and Museums, Illustrating People at Work in Angus from Fifty to Eighty Years Ago
Kirriemuir, Angus District Libraries. 1979, First Edition. Soft Covers, 12mo. Stapled binding, sepia illustrations. Very Good/No Jacket.
-- Pend Books -- Book number: 44983
GBP 7.00 [Appr.: EURO 8 US$ 9.82 | JP¥ 1043]
Keywords: Angus, Scottish Topography, Scottish History, Social History,
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UNKNOWN
Macpherson's Improved motoring, cycling and Touring Map of Perth, Angus, Cairngorms, South Inverness, Kincardine, South Aberdeen
Dunfermline, Herbert T.Macpherson. 1111, First Edition. Softcover, 12mo. Coloured map mounted on cloth, Scale 3 miles to one inch.Buff card covers. Very Good/No Jacket.
-- Pend Books -- Book number: 62631
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Keywords: Scottish Topography, Maps, Cartography,
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VARIOUS
Playbox Annual 1926 a Picture and Story Book for Children - Eighteenth Year
London; Playbox Annual, 1926. Hardcover. Illustrated by Osmond; L R Jacobs; Elaine Jackson. H/b; ilus boards entitled 'Look there are Fairy Millers'; pretty cover a little rubbed at edges; fep removed; no writing or crayoning; occ little brown mark from age/use but generally G+; frontis is 'The bruin boys up to mischief again'; features Bruin boys; The Bruins; Georgie Golliwog amongst others; contains some lovely colour plates - one of a polar bear watching 3 children (eskimo children? ) fishing through ice - a man stands apart aiming a bow and arrow at the bear; ; 4to 11" - 13" tall. Good+ .
-- Peakirk Books -- Book number: 55457
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Keywords: Children's Annuals Bruin Boys Fizzlegig Family the Fairy Millers Sandy & Angus Georgie Golliwog Golliwog Fairy Millers
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VIC-WELLS;
The Work of Lilian Baylis. Edited by Harcourt Williams. Photographs by Angus McBean.
Cobden-Sanderson. London. 1938 1st 10 x 7.5 inchres. In plain white buckram cloth with red lettering to spine and front. In original dustwrapper. In very good condition with very good dustwrapper. (DW faded at spine, darkened at edges, noicks to corners and top edge. in plastic sleeve.) Inside clean and tight with no marks or inscriptions. 106pp. B&W illustrations.
-- The Antique Map & Bookshop -- Book number: 75550
€  30.00 [Appr.: US$ 37.24 | £UK 26.75 | JP¥ 3955]
Keywords: BIOGRAPHIES/LETTERS/DIARIES
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SHANKLAND VIRGINIA
Famous People 1869-1969 Cigarette Cards
Brooke Bond. 1969, First Issue. Soft cover. Ill.: Angus McBride. Ephemera, Delightful album, complete with a set of 50 well illustrated cards as required in super condition. Fascinating. Near Fine.
-- Green Meadow -- Book number: 022587
GBP 15.00 [Appr.: EURO 17 US$ 21.04 | JP¥ 2235]
Keywords: Angus McBride General::H to M
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WAGSTAFF, BEN; BUTTERFIELD, ANGUS
BHS Butterfield: The Complete First Series
CreateSpace, 2013. First Edition, Softcover. Fine Condition. 9781492972037 Signed by Author. ~~SIGNED BY AUTHOR FACING TITLE-PAGE 'Sophie All the best B Wagstaff'~~Fine 1st ed 2013 trade paperback, impressive collection. Sent Airmail at no extra cost; Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Signed by Author. ISBN/EAN: 9781492972037. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request.
-- 84 Charing Cross Road Books -- Book number: 052982
GBP 36.40 [Appr.: EURO 41.25 US$ 51.06 | JP¥ 5423]
Keywords: BZDB14 Film, Radio & Television; BHS Butterfield The Complete First Series SIGNED paperback Wagstaff Ben Butterfield Angus
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WALKDEN, N. ANGUS AND GERALD R. S. MEE
900th. Anniversary Year, Saint Edward the Confessor, Leek
Leek: Publisher Not Stated, 1966. First Edition. Stapled Paper Covers. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Very Good .
-- Philip Emery -- Book number: 001137
GBP 10.79 [Appr.: EURO 12.25 US$ 15.14 | JP¥ 1607]
Keywords: N. Angus Walkden Gerald R.S. Mee North Staffordshire Leek Church of Saint Edward the Confessor
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WALLIS, CLARRIE & MUIR, GREGOR
In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida: Angus Fairhurst, Damien Hirst and Sarah Lucus
London, United Kingdom, Tate Gallery Publishing. 2004. (ISBN: 1854374966) Paperback, Qto. Book, 112 pages, colour illustrated. Unused, a Fine copy. Fine.
-- Colin Martin Books -- Book number: 082097
GBP 3.00 [Appr.: EURO 3.5 US$ 4.21 | JP¥ 447]
Keywords: 1854374966 Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Angus Fairhurst Contemporary Art
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WALLIS MYERS, THORA:
The Rucksack Book. Published in Co-Operation With The Girl Guides Association
London, Blandford Press, 1953 1st Ed., H/B blue cloth bds, VG, no wrapper, spine faded, upper bd sl. bowed, contents clean and tight, lovely colour frontis.,2 further colour plates by Roland Green, many b/w illust.s by various artists, eg. William Stobbs; Jennetta Vise; Dennis Alford; Helen Jacobs; Mary Sims; Thora Lund; Prudence Wallis Myers; J Maynard; Mary Camidge; Marjorie Lloyd. With many short stories and articles by such authors as: Mary Chater; Colin T. Horrocks; Eileen Peake; Grace Staley; Averil Stewart; Marjorie Nisbett; Morley Adams; Angela Thompson; E T Miller; Sarah Branson; Mary K Harris etc....
-- Little Owl Books -- Book number: 8295
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Keywords: Alison Wright Girl Guides Elizabeth Hartley Marjorie Nisbett Geoffrey Trease Hilda Boden Janet Cozens Daphne Colvin Angus MacVicar Del Hayman Marjorie Cobham Lorna Hill Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald
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WATSON ALGY:
OYNE - Past & Present.
Wm Culross and Son No date Paperback ISBN 1873891407 A clean book. Reading crease on spine with very minor damage on rear cover.Illustrated. 62 pages Wt 0.25 Kg Very Good
-- Mr Mac Books -- Book number: 21001
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Keywords: Angus Topography 1873891407
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WEIR, ROSEMARY & GRANT, ELIZABETH (ILLUS)
No Sleep for Angus
London: Abelard-Schuman, 1970, 1970. Hardcover. Ex-lib hbk in d/w; usual stamps/markings; Vg-/Vg; set In london Docklands when Angus witnesses a bank robbery, and can identify the criminals - making him a danger to them! ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Very Good- in Very Good dust jacket .
-- Peakirk Books -- Book number: 21285
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Keywords: Childrens Boys Girls
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WHITE, OSMAR:
The Further Adventures of Dr A.A.A. McGurk, M.D.
Puffin Books, 1981 Pbk, VG, small bump at top edge, contents fine and tight, illust. by Jeff Hook, no. 6 written on spine. An Australian Puffin Original. In these pages you will travel with the bravest explorer of modern times, the great Alastair Angus Archibald McGurk and his remarkable double-humped riding camel Cathie Khan whom he teaches to ski so that together they can search for the fabled Pole of Impossibility.
-- Little Owl Books -- Book number: 3891
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Keywords: Jeff Hook Australian novel fiction children's juvenile Dr Alastair Angus Archibald McGurk camel Pole of impossibility Trotsky dog animals fumarole 01403014083
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WHITSON, ANGUS
Man with Two Dogs : A Breath of Fresh Air from Scotland
Black and White Publishing, UK, 2007. First Edition, Hardcover. Fine Condition/Fine. 9781845021535 Signed by the author on title page. This is a superb new collection of countryside articles, anecdotes, reminiscences and recipes from Scotland's favourite dog walker.There are few places in the world more glorious than the Scottish countryside. Whatever the season, there's always something of interest to observe and, more often than not, there's also a natural bounty to be harvested. In Man with Two Dogs, Angus Whitson shares with us his countryside diary, his thoughts and reminiscences and shows us how nature can be beautiful and unsentimental, cuddly and cruel. Accompanied by his faithful friends, Macbeth, a white West Highland terrier, and his black Labrador Inka, Angus sets out each morning to see what the day will bring and records the changing seasons and moods of the countryside with the knowledge and passion of someone who loves and understands rural ways.Season by season, Man with Two Dogs gives us a breath of fresh air from Scotland and also presents some delicious recipes to help make the most of Scotland's natural larder. So, pull on your wellies and take a new look at Scotland's unique countryside. "Book Description: This is a superb new collection of countryside articles, anecdotes, reminiscences and recipes from Scotland's favourite dog walker. There are few places in the world more glorious than the Scottish countryside. Whatever the season, there's always something of interest to observe and, more often than not, there's also a natural bounty to be harvested. In Man with Two Dogs, Angus Whitson shares with us his countryside diary, his thoughts and reminiscences and shows us how nature can be beautiful and unsentimental, cuddly and cruel. Accompanied by his faithful friends, Macbeth, a white West Highland terrier, and his black Labrador Inka, Angus sets out each morning to see what the day will bring and records the changing seasons and moods of the countryside with the knowledge and passion of someone who loves and understands rural ways.Season by season, Man with Two Dogs; gives us a breath of fresh air from Scotland and also presents some delicious recipes to help make the most of Scotland's natural larder. So, pull on your wellies and take a new look at Scotland's unique countryside. : Review: This enchanting rural diary invites the reader to take a walk with Angus and his two companions, Macbeth the West Highland terrier and black labrador Inka, as they explore and reminisce upon Scotland's glorious countryside. Humorous and heartfelt, this book reveals Whitson's sensitive perception of nature, replenishing our appreciation of the great outdoors. --The Herald : About the Author: Angus Whitson grew up on the east coast of Scotland and has lived most of his life in the country, never far from the sea. He started writing professionally at the age of fifty-eight as a freelance copywriter and business writer. He has ghostwritten two books and, in 2003, was asked by the Dundee Courier to write a weekly countryside diary entitled Man with Two Dogs. Dogs, the outdoors and nature have been important focuses in his life and have an increasing influence on his writing. He lives in a Scottish glen with his wife, the Doyenne of the weekly articles, and Inka and Macbeth their two dogs." Size: 12.7 x 2.2 x 19.7 cm. 160 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Science & Technology; ISBN: 1845021533. ISBN/EAN: 9781845021535. Inventory No: X122-1028.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Whitson, Angus -- Homes and haunts -- Scotland, Country life -- Scotland -- Anecdotes, Natural history -- Scotland -- Anecdotes, Dog walking -- Scotland -- Anecdotes, Dewey: 941.1009734 Science & Technology; Man with Two Dogs A Breath of Fresh
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WHITSON, ANGUS
Man with Two Dogs : A Breath of Fresh Air from Scotland
Black and White Publishing, UK, 2007. First Edition, Hardcover. Fine Condition/Fine. 9781845021535 Signed by Author. 160 Pages. Signed by the author on title page. This is a superb new collection of countryside articles, anecdotes, reminiscences and recipes from Scotland's favourite dog walker.There are few places in the world more glorious than the Scottish countryside. Whatever the season, there's always something of interest to observe and, more often than not, there's also a natural bounty to be harvested. In Man with Two Dogs, Angus Whitson shares with us his countryside diary, his thoughts and reminiscences and shows us how nature can be beautiful and unsentimental, cuddly and cruel. Accompanied by his faithful friends, Macbeth, a white West Highland terrier, and his black Labrador Inka, Angus sets out each morning to see what the day will bring and records the changing seasons and moods of the countryside with the knowledge and passion of someone who loves and understands rural ways.Season by season, Man with Two Dogs gives us a breath of fresh air from Scotland and also presents some delicious recipes to help make the most of Scotland's natural larder. So, pull on your wellies and take a new look at Scotland's unique countryside. Book Description: This is a superb new collection of countryside articles, anecdotes, reminiscences and recipes from Scotland's favourite dog walker. There are few places in the world more glorious than the Scottish countryside. Whatever the season, there's always something of interest to observe and, more often than not, there's also a natural bounty to be harvested. In Man with Two Dogs, Angus Whitson shares with us his countryside diary, his thoughts and reminiscences and shows us how nature can be beautiful and unsentimental, cuddly and cruel. Accompanied by his faithful friends, Macbeth, a white West Highland terrier, and his black Labrador Inka, Angus sets out each morning to see what the day will bring and records the changing seasons and moods of the countryside with the knowledge and passion of someone who loves and understands rural ways.Season by season, Man with Two Dogs; gives us a breath of fresh air from Scotland and also presents some delicious recipes to help make the most of Scotland's natural larder. So, pull on your wellies and take a new look at Scotland's unique countryside. : Review: This enchanting rural diary invites the reader to take a walk with Angus and his two companions, Macbeth the West Highland terrier and black labrador Inka, as they explore and reminisce upon Scotland's glorious countryside. Humorous and heartfelt, this book reveals Whitson's sensitive perception of nature, replenishing our appreciation of the great outdoors. --The Herald : About the Author: Angus Whitson grew up on the east coast of Scotland and has lived most of his life in the country, never far from the sea. He started writing professionally at the age of fifty-eight as a freelance copywriter and business writer. He has ghostwritten two books and, in 2003, was asked by the Dundee Courier to write a weekly countryside diary entitled Man with Two Dogs. Dogs, the outdoors and nature have been important focuses in his life and have an increasing influence on his writing. He lives in a Scottish glen with his wife, the Doyenne of the weekly articles, and Inka and Macbeth their two dogs. Size: 12.7 x 2.2 x 19.7 cm. 160 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Science & Technology; Signed by Author. ISBN: 1845021533. ISBN/EAN: 9781845021535. Inventory No: X130-1226.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Greek Philosophy Science & Technology; Man with Two Dogs A Breath of Fresh Air from Scotland Angus Whitson
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WHITSON, ANGUS
Man with Two Dogs : A Breath of Fresh Air from Scotland
Black and White Publishing, UK, 2007. First Edition, Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. 9781845021535 Signed by the author on title page. Both bottom corners of the board are a little bumped. This is a superb new collection of countryside articles, anecdotes, reminiscences and recipes from Scotland's favourite dog walker.There are few places in the world more glorious than the Scottish countryside. Whatever the season, there's always something of interest to observe and, more often than not, there's also a natural bounty to be harvested. In "Man with Two Dogs", Angus Whitson shares with us his countryside diary, his thoughts and reminiscences and shows us how nature can be beautiful and unsentimental, cuddly and cruel. Accompanied by his faithful friends, Macbeth, a white West Highland terrier, and his black Labrador Inka, Angus sets out each morning to see what the day will bring and records the changing seasons and moods of the countryside with the knowledge and passion of someone who loves and understands rural ways.Season by season, "Man with Two Dogs" gives us a breath of fresh air from Scotland and also presents some delicious recipes to help make the most of Scotland's natural larder. So, pull on your wellies and take a new look at Scotland's unique countryside. Book Description: This is a superb new collection of countryside articles, anecdotes, reminiscences and recipes from Scotland's favourite dog walker. There are few places in the world more glorious than the Scottish countryside. Whatever the season, there's always something of interest to observe and, more often than not, there's also a natural bounty to be harvested. In Man with Two Dogs, Angus Whitson shares with us his countryside diary, his thoughts and reminiscences and shows us how nature can be beautiful and unsentimental, cuddly and cruel. Accompanied by his faithful friends, Macbeth, a white West Highland terrier, and his black Labrador Inka, Angus sets out each morning to see what the day will bring and records the changing seasons and moods of the countryside with the knowledge and passion of someone who loves and understands rural ways.Season by season, Man with Two Dogs; gives us a breath of fresh air from Scotland and also presents some delicious recipes to help make the most of Scotland's natural larder. So, pull on your wellies and take a new look at Scotland's unique countryside. : Review: This enchanting rural diary invites the reader to take a walk with Angus and his two companions, Macbeth the West Highland terrier and black labrador Inka, as they explore and reminisce upon Scotland's glorious countryside. Humorous and heartfelt, this book reveals Whitson's sensitive perception of nature, replenishing our appreciation of the great outdoors. --The Herald : About the Author: Angus Whitson grew up on the east coast of Scotland and has lived most of his life in the country, never far from the sea. He started writing professionally at the age of fifty-eight as a freelance copywriter and business writer. He has ghostwritten two books and, in 2003, was asked by the Dundee Courier to write a weekly countryside diary entitled Man with Two Dogs. Dogs, the outdoors and nature have been important focuses in his life and have an increasing influence on his writing. He lives in a Scottish glen with his wife, the Doyenne of the weekly articles, and Inka and Macbeth their two dogs. Size: 12.7 x 2.2 x 19.7 cm. 160 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 4. Category: Science & Technology; ISBN: 1845021533. ISBN/EAN: 9781845021535. Inventory No: V280-1262.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Whitson, Angus -- Homes and haunts -- Scotland, Country life -- Scotland -- Anecdotes, Natural history -- Scotland -- Anecdotes, Dog walking -- Scotland -- Anecdotes, Dewey: 941.1009734 Science & Technology; Man with Two Dogs A Breath of Fresh
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WICKHAM-JONES & J. R. MACKENZIE, C. R.
An Unusual Lithic Assemblage From Lunanhead, Angus.
Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1996. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 16 pages and 10 illustrations. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not an offprint or a reprint. Size: Quarto. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; Inventory No: 236236.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 236236
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Keywords: BZDB395 Society of Antiquaries of Scotland; An Unusual Lithic Assemblage From Lunanhead Angus C R WickhamJones J R Mackenzie
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(JACOBITE REBELLION). M. WIDDRINGTON.
"Stuart Papers, Pictures, Relics, Medals and Books in the Collection of Miss Maria Widdrington. Transcribed, annotated and described by Francis John Angus Skeet. 375 COPIES WERE PRINTED"
"John Whitehead, Leeds, 1930" "4to., First Edition, on laid paper, with a fine portrait frontispiece in photogravure, title in red and black, and 5 fine plates in photogravure (all original tissue guards present); armorial cloth gilt, gilt back, gilt top, uncut, upper board lightly and unevenly sunned at joints else a very good, clean copy. EDITION LIMITED TO 375 COPIES SIGNED BY THE COMPILER. With the addenda slip listing four late additions to the collection. The Widdrington Collection forms a valuable supplement to the extensive assembly of Jacobite and Stuart material housed at Windsor. 'This collection is richest in reminiscences of the '15. There are three contemporary paintings in oil of King James III [the Old Pretender], many letters written by himself, his mother, and his adherents, some of which belonged to the Cardinal of York, and were sent by Dr. Watson, with a lock of Prince Charles Edward's hair, to the Rev. Mr. Bury' (Introduction). There is also information on the second attempt mad by James, in 1719, to regain his ancient kingdoms, and material relating to the marriage and married life of James and Clementina. In 1929 Skeet and his wife, Beatrice, officially adopted Miss Maria Widdrington of Syon House, Angmering in Sussex, which perhaps suggests that Maria had actually been living with them for some time prior to adoption. Skeet had published a family history of the Widdringtons in 1906, this being another family with apparent Jacobite sympathies and no doubt there were family connections between the Skeet or Wilby families and the Widdringtons. Scarce, especially in this condition."
-- Island Books -- Book number: 16367
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Keywords: "mstock, military, jacobite rebellion, jacobite, jacobites, james II, james III, charles edward stuart, bonnie prince charlie, 1715, the 15, staurts, charles I, charles II, widdrington, sussex,"
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WILLIAMS, HARCOURT [EDITED BY]
Vic-Wells: The Work of Lilian Baylis
Published by Cobden-Sanderson, One Montague Street, London First edition 1938. First edition hard back publisher's original beige cloth covers, burgundy stamping to spine and upper panel. 4to 10" x 8" 106 pp. Behind the scenes monochrome photographic illustrations on matt paper by Angus McBean. Former inscription to front end paper. VG in VG price clipped dust wrapper with short closed tear and shallow rubs to spine tips, spine slightly tanned. Dust wrapper protected.
GBP 27.50 [Appr.: EURO 31.25 US$ 38.58 | JP¥ 4097]
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