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CHIBNALL A C
Beyond Sherington. The Early History of the Region of Buckinghamshire Lying to the North East of Newport Pagnall
Phillimore, 1979. Hardcover. ISBN: 0850332885. xx+ 268pp illustrated with frontispiece. bound in original publisher's grey cloth and VG dustwrapper. Bookplate of previous owner on inside front cover, From the Library of John Coales FSA. with his heraldic bookplate on endpaper; Quarto. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 054108
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Keywords: 0850332885 British Topography
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CHIBNALL, A.C. (ED)
The Certificate of Musters for Buckinghamshire in 1522
London, HMSO, 1973. Used - Very Good. VG hardback 1st ed. Binding tight. Vol.17 of the Publications of the Buckinghamshire Record Society; Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts JP 18..
-- Cotswold Internet Books -- Book number: BOOKS154627I
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
The assistance which Christians may render their Ministers in the service of God, The Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of The Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Chesham, May 10th & 11th, 1842, to the Several Churches Which They Represent
Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple-Street, Aylesbury, 1842 First Edition, 8vo. (pp. 23), unbound, RARE Name on titlepage 'E. S. Francklin' in a nineteenth century handwriting, first and last page a little dust soiled otherwise in good condition.
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 5335
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
A Brief History of the Churches Constituting the Bucks Association, The Circular Letter, from the Ministers and Messengers of The Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Speen, May 7th & 8th, 1844, to the Several Churches Which They Represent
Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple-Street, 1844 First Edition, slim 8vo. (pp. 24), unbound, RARE Name on titlepage 'E. H. Francklin' and 'A History of the Churches' in a nineteenth century handwriting on titlepage. First and last page dust soiled otherwise in good condition.
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 5330
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
On Mistakes In Dealing With Sinners, The Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of the Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Gold Hill, May 13th, 1840 to the Several Churches Which They Represent
Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple Street, Aylesbury, 1840 First Edition, slim 8vo. (pp.24), unbound, RARE First and last page dust soiled otherwise in good condition.
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 5331
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
On Justification, The Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers, of the Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Waddesdon Hill, May 15th, 1839, to the Several Churches which they Represent
Aylesbury, Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple Street, 1839 First Edition, 8vo. (pp. 20), disbound (first and last leaf dust soiled, three pencil markings on titlepage but complete) Very Rare
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 4669
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
On Sanctification, The Circular Letter, from the Ministers and Messengers of The Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Buckingham, May 6th & 7th, 1845, to the Several Churches Which They Represent
Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple-Street, 1845, 1845 First Edition, slim 8vo. (pp. 20), unbound, RARE Name on titlepage 'E.S. Francklin' in a nineteenth century handwriting on titlepage, first and last page a little dust soiled otherwise in good condition.
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 5329
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
On Justification, The Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of The Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Waddesdon Hill, May 15th, 1839, to the Several Churches Which They Represent
Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple Street, Aylesbury, 1839 First Edition, 8vo. (pp. 19), unbound, RARE Front and last page dust soiled otherwise in good condition.
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 5332
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ASSOCIATION OF BAPTIST CHURCHES.
Why are there so few conversions, considering the adaption and promises of the Gospel, The Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of the Buckinghamshire Association of Baptist Churches, Assembled at Haddenham, May 9th & 10th, 1843, to the Several Churches Which They Represent
Printed by J. H. Marshall, Temple-Street, Aylesbury, 1843 First Edition, slim 8vo. (pp. 24), unbound, RARE Last page dust soiled, lower corners lightly creased otherwise in good condition.
-- Robert Kirkman Ltd ABA/ILAB -- Book number: 5334
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CLARIDGE DRUCE
THE FLORA OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
T. BUNCLE, 1926. Hardcover, Published by T. BUNCLE in 1926, ex-library copy, hardback (no Dust Jacket), medium size, corners bumped, wear to extremities, fade marks, wear to edges, hinges cracked internally, slight foxing, library copy - usual stamps & marks, fold out map (WITH WEAR AND DAMAGE), otherwise a good copy. Used; Good.
-- Bookbarn International -- Book number: 1603538
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CLARKE, H. ADAMS
A History of the Parish Church of St. Giles; Chalfont St. Giles
Published Privately by the Author, Beaconsfield First Edition 1961. 1961. Publisher's original light sea blue card wrap covers. 8vo. 8½'' x 5½''. Contains 97 printed pages of text with monochrome illustrations and photographs throughout. In Very Good clean condition, no dust wrapper as published.
GBP 12.50 [Appr.: EURO 14.25 US$ 17.33 | JP¥ 1921]
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SHORTER CLEMENT
Highways and Byways in Buckinghamshire. With illustrations by Frederick L. Griggs
Macmillan, 1910 pp.xix,344, frontispiece, numerous text-illustrations, and a folding map at rear, top edges gilt, hardback (full green cloth, spine and front cover lettered in gilt), spine tanned and very slight foxing on end papers - otherwise a very good copy (no dust-jacket)
-- G. & J. Chesters -- Book number: 127827
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Keywords: TOPOGRAPHY
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SHORTER CLEMENT
Highways and Byways in Buckinghamshire
London: Macmillan & Co, 1910. Hardcover. Illustrated by Frederick Griggs. Xix + 333pp, illustrated, folding map at rear. Bound in original green cloth, rubbed on extremities, mark on front cover, bookplates of John Coales; 8vo 8" - 9" tall. Very Good .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 58237
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CLEWS, BRIAN AND OTHERS
Where to watch birds in Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire & Oxfordshire
London, Christopher Helm, 1987. Used - Very Good. VG paperback 1st ed . A tidy copy in tight binding..
-- Cotswold Internet Books -- Book number: BOOKS173063I
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BIRCH CLIVE
Around Chesham the Town and Its Villages
Buckingham: Quotes Limited, 1986. Hardcover. ISBN: 0860233162. 80pp, illustrated, bound in cream glazed boards; Oblong Octavo. Very Good .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 054099
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Keywords: 0860233162 Buckinghamshire British Topography
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BIRCH CLIVE
The Book of Beaconsfield
Buckingham: Barracuda Books, 1982. Hardcover. ISBN: 0860230120. 148pp, illustrated, illus endpapers, bound in rtan cloth/gilt with fine dustwrapper.; Quarto. Fine in Fine dust jacket .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 054112
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BIRCH CLIVE
Remember Chesham Portrait of a County Town
Buckingham: Barracuda Books, 1979. Paperback. ISBN: 0860231070. 80pp, illustrated, VG softback; Quarto. Very Good .
-- Castle Hill Books -- Book number: 054111
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Keywords: 0860231070 Buckinghamshire British Topography
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PIGOT & CO
1839 Map of the County of Buckinghamshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress)
Map Pigot and Co, London and Manchester, London and Manchester, 1839. Edition Unstated, Disbound. Fair/No Dust Jacket. Dated from reference to British Library catelogue and title-page of atlas. This is the coloured map titled "Buckinghamshire" and sheet also titled "Buckinghamshire". The map, a hand-coloured (prior to initial binding) steel engraving contains a vignette of Newport Pagnall Church. The inner side of the Buckinghamshire county boundary is coloured yellow, inner boundaries of adjacent counties Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire are coloured pale green, blue or pink. Wooded areas and rough ground are indicated. Country estates are coloured dark green and include: Stow Park, Bulrode Park, Langley Park, Wilton Park and Stoke Park. The map shows cities, market towns, villages and hamlets, the distance between the towns and cities and London is shown, also shown are the numbers of members returned for each borough and polling places. Towns shown include: Aylesbury, Beaconsfiled, Buckingham, Cesham, Fenny Stratford, Ivinghoe, Kaarlow, Newport Pagnell, Olney, Princes Risborough, Stony Stratford, Wendover, Winslow, and High Wycombe, distances between these towns are given in a table on the accompanying sheet. Mail roads, Turnpike roads, cross Roads, lanes and other minor routes are shown with distances marked between Market Towns on the Turnpike Roads. Railways, rivers and canals are shown, including the London and Birmingham Railway with a branch line to Aylesbury, the Great Western Railway and the Grand Junction Canal with the Collateral Cut to Aylesbury, and the cut to Wendover. Mail and Turnpike roads and towns and principal villages in the neighbouring parts of adjacent counties are also shown. The boundaries of the "Hundreds" are shown and the names of each Hundred are identified in the key. The border includes longitude and latitude references and the scale is given in the bottom border which for this map is 2.875 inches to 10 miles. The map is a little darkened but otherwise clean but is missing the top left corner. This loss of this triangular piece (approx 4 cm across and 6cm deep) encroaches onto the coloured border and top corner of the key to the map, the loss within the coloured boarder is a triangular piece approx 1.5 cm by 3cm. The printed accompanying sheet is also missing the top left corner (similar size loss), text loss is restricted to the first letter of the text. Item Type: Map. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45012040117.
-- Bailgate Books Ltd -- Book number: 45012040117
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Keywords: BZDB4 , Buckinghamshire, county map London & the South East; England; Maps. 1839 Map of the County of Buckinghamshire taken from Pigot and Cos British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progres
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PIGOT AND CO
1839 Map of the County of Northamptonshire - taken from Pigot and Co's British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England (upon which are laid down all railways completed and in progress)
Map Pigot & Co, London and Manchester, 1839. Edition Unstated, Softcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Dated from reference to British Library catalogue and title-page of atlas. This is the coloured map titled "Northamptonshire" and sheet entitled "Northamptonshire". The map, a hand-coloured (prior to initial binding) steel engraving contains a vignette of Peterborough Cathedral. The inner side of the Northamptonshire county boundary is coloured yellow, inner boundaries of adjacent counties of Leicestershire, Buckinghamshire, Warwickshire, Bedfordshire, Lincolnshire, Rutlandshire, Huntingdonshire and Oxfordshire are coloured pale green, blue or pink. Wooded areas and rough ground are indicated. Country estates are coloured dark green. The map shows cities, market towns, villages and hamlets, the distance between the towns and cities and London is shown, also shown are the numbers of members returned for each borough and polling places. Towns shown include: Brackley, Daventry, Higham Ferrers, Kettering, Northampton, Oundle, Peterborough, Rothwell, Towcester and Wellingborough, distances between these towns are given in a table on the accompanying sheet. Mail roads, Turnpike roads, cross roads, lanes and other minor routes are shown with distances marked between Market Towns on the Turnpike Roads. Railways, rivers and canals are shown, including the Birmingham and London Rail Road and the River Nen. Mail and Turnpike roads and towns and principal villages in the neighbouring parts of adjacent counties are also shown. The boundaries of the "Hundreds" are shown and the names of each Hundred are identified in the key. The border includes longitude and latitude references and the scale is given in the bottom border which for this map is 1.5 inches to 10 miles. The map is a little darkened but otherwise clean. The very edges of the page are lightly stained in places. The accompanying printed sheet is still bound to the map page, the right hand edge is very slightly creased and nicked, some slight marking but otherwise good. Item Type: Map. Disbound. No dust jacket, as published. Single sheet map/chart. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45017044012.
-- Bailgate Books Ltd -- Book number: 45017044012
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Keywords: BZDB4 Maps; British History; England; 19th century; Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire. 1839 Map of the County of Northamptonshire taken from Pigot and Cos British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England upon which are laid d
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PIGOT & CO
National Commercial Directory for Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire 1830
Michael Winton, King's Lynn, 1994, facsimile edition (of 1830 original) limited to 1850 copies. Paperback. White card covers with black lettering. 9.25ins x 6ins, [ii], ii, 284pp plus 5 folding maps. VG nr F.
-- Missing Books (PBFA) -- Book number: 37921
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COLE, ALAN S.
Report on Northampton Bucks, and Beds. Lace Making, November 1891
London, Department of Science and Art of the Committee of Council on Education & Eyre and Spottiswoode. 1892. Paperback. Book, Octavo, 10 pages of text plus 10 pages of illustrations, each containing 3 or 4 examples of lace/ The cover is a little chipped, but still clean and quite solid copy. Good.
-- Colin Martin Books -- Book number: 082365
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Keywords: Lace Lacemaking Northamptonshire Bedfordshire Buckinghamshire
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COLES, C.R.L.
Railways through the Chilterns
London, Ian Allan. 1980, First Edition. (ISBN: 0711010676) Hardcover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library, This album, compiled from diverse sources, provides a pictorial impression of the railways of the Chilterns area, covering a period of 50 years. More than 60 of the pictures antedate 1939. Good/Good.
-- Delectus Books -- Book number: 023027
GBP 8.99 [Appr.: EURO 10.25 US$ 12.47 | JP¥ 1382]
Keywords: Transport Railways Victorian Social History England Wales Scotland Topography Engineering Sociology Urban Planning Architecture Geography Railroads Economics Population Demography Demographics Aylesbury Buckinghamshire Transportation Steam Engines Locomot
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COLES, A. J. [EDITED BY]
The Slough Estate Journal Volume 5. No. 49 + Invitation Card
Published at Bedford Avenue, Slough Trading Estate, Slough, Bucks Saturday August 19th 1933. Slough 1933. Publisher's original stapled paper covers. Quarto 10'' x 7¼''. Contains 24 printed pages of text with monochrome photographs and advertisements. Slough Estates Invitation card and two small news paper clippings referring to the Slough Estate loosely inserted. In Very Good clean condition.
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COLLIER, WILLIAM:
HISTORIC BUILDINGS of The THAMES VALLEY
Bourne End, Buckinghamshire: Spurbooks. 1973. . Hardback in blue, gilt to spine, with printed endpapers, there is NO jacket. Size: 223x163mm. 138 pages illustrated throughout in b/w. With index and endpaper map. A pleasure of a book for resident or visitor. Very Good. ISBN:0902875345
-- David Spenceley Books -- Book number: 2082
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Keywords: Architecture, Thames Valley, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Chiltern Hills 0902875345
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ROXBURGHE CLUB. COLLMANN (HERBERT L.) EDITOR.
Ballads & Broadsides Chiefly of the Elizabethan Period and Printed in Black-Letter. Most of which were Formerly in the Heber Collection and now in the Library at Britwell Court, Buckinghamshire. Edited with Notes and an Introduction by Herbert L. Collman.
Printed for Presentation to the Members of The Roxburghe Club, Oxford. 1912. Folio, [xvi],287,[1]pp., with the bookplate of the Printer's Library, Oxford, title printed in red and black, 9 full-page facsimiles, orig. quarter Roxburghe morocco, spine lettered in gilt,, slightly rubbed, uncut, t.e.g. Presented to the Club by Sydney Christie-Miller.
-- Forest Books -- Book number: 22683
GBP 745.00 [Appr.: EURO 845.5 US$ 1033.09 | JP¥ 114507]
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