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BURN-MURDOCH, B. (EDITOR).
Records of Huntingdonshire. The Journal of the Huntingdonshire Local History Society. Vol.3 No.7.
St Ives: Burn-Murdoch, B./Norris Museum, 1999. Vol.3. No.7. Oliver Cromwell Anniversary Issue 1599-1999. Contents include: The Last Ceremony of Honour by Alan Richardson; Yours Oliver Cromwell by John Goldsmith; The First Cromwell Museum in Huntingdonshire by John Goldsmith; The James Nayler Affair by David Cozens; Family Loyalties by David Cozens; Some Fit Memorial by Bob Burns-Murdoch; The Farmer of St Ives by Rev. Edwin Paxton Hood; and The Huntingdonshire Local History Society. Pp. 56, occasional black & white illustrations. Paperback. VG.
-- Chilton Books -- Book number: 44722
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Keywords: Burn Murdoch Records Huntingdonshire Local History Oliver Cromwell James Nayler St Ives 46063 Local History
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LOMAS, S. C. & CRAIB, T.
The Edwardian Inventories for Huntingdonshire
London, Alcuin Club/Longmans Green & Co. 1906, 1st Edition. Hardcover, 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Book, Alcuin Club Collections VII xxx 57pp ivpp, tall format, green cloth spine gilt over black lettered boards, ex-college library with usual stamps, labels etc. Fair.
-- Salsus Books -- Book number: 022590
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Keywords: liturgy
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RAILWAY AND CANAL TRAFFIC ACTS, 1888
Report Made to the Board of Trade Under S. 41 . . . . in Respect of the River Ouse Navigation, the Kennet and Avon Canal Navigation, and the London and Hampshire Canal
London, HMSO. 1891. 19pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. C.-6534. Dust toned appearance with grubbying to title wrappers. Working research document/copy only. With water depths, lading depths, etc..
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 143302
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Keywords: Bevkkk British Parliamentary Paper Rialway Canal Traffic Act 1888 Board Trade Report River Ouse Huntingdonshire Local History Interest Kennet Avon Canal Reading to Bristol Great Western Railway Company History Hanam Lock Bristol Dock Company Inland Naviga
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CANNON, RICHARD.
HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE THIRTY-FIRST, Or, the Huntingdonshire Regiment of Foot; Containing An Account of the Formation of the Regiment in 1702, and of Its Subsequent Services to 1850; To Which is Appended, An Account of the Services of the Marine Corps, from 1664 to 1748; The Thirtieth, Thirty-First, and Thirty-Second Regiments having been formed in 1702 as Marine Corps, and retained from 1714 on the Establishment of the Army as Regiments of Regular Infantry.
Parker, Furnivall & Parker, 1850. 1st Ed. xliv + 230pp. + fly title + pp.([xxv]-xxxiv) + 56pp. 7 hand coloured litho. plates. Hinges cracked, sl. shaken, very light browning, original gilt lettered blind embossed cloth, some discolouring, spine sl. bumped and faded.
-- Francis Edwards Booksellers -- Book number: 255279
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Keywords: NAVAL AND MILITARY; REGIMENTAL AND DIVISIONAL HISTORIES
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CARY, JOHN:
ORIGINAL ENGRAVED MAP OF HUNTINGDONSHIRE. From Cary’s “New and Correct English Atlas”. Exhibiting all the Direct and principal Cross Roads, Cities, Towns, and most considerable Villages, Parks, Rivers, navigable Canals, etc.;
1787 Framed size approx 13 x 15 inches. Size within mount approx 8.5 x 10.5 inches. In gold and black wood frame behind glass, with dark maroon mount. In very good condition. Else a very bright and clean example. Nice subtle later professional hand-colouring. Compass indicator. Scale of Miles.
-- The Antique Map & Bookshop -- Book number: 79902
€  42.00 [Appr.: US$ 48.61 | £UK 37 | JP¥ 5448]
Keywords: MAPS
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CHARITY COMMISSIONERS.
General Digest of Endowed Charities for the Counties and Cities Mentioned in the Fourteenth Report. . . . . . . . County of Huntingdon.
London, House of Commons. 1868. 23pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 433 - (8). Neat library mark to last printed page. A clean copy. All parishes, towns, townships and chapelries in the County of HUNTINGDON covered giving locality, name of donor/benefactor, whether real estate, rents, stock, securities, gross income, object of foundation and any observations. Individual charity reports listed in this Digest may be available giving greater details of their history and administration. Please inquire.
-- Empire Books -- Book number: 139014
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Keywords: Kkk British Parliamentary Paper Charity Endowed Charities Charity Commissioners Report Endowments Wills Legacies Huntingdon Local History Interest Huntingdonshire Family
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PIGOT AND CO
1839 Map of the County of Huntingdonshire - 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 "Huntingdonshire" and sheet entitled "Huntingdonshire". The map, a hand-coloured (prior to initial binding) steel engraving contains a vignette of Godmanchester Church. The inner side of the Huntingdonshire county boundary is coloured yellow, inner boundaries of adjacent counties of Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire are coloured pale green, blue and pink. Wooded areas and rough ground are indicated. Country estates are coloured dark green and Whittlesey and Ramsey Meres are coloured pale blue. 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: Huntingdon, Kimbolton, Ramsey, St. Ives, St. Neots, Somersham, Warboys and Yaxley, 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 River Ouse. 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 and very slightly marked but is free from tears. The edges of the page are very slightly worn and darkened. The accompanying printed sheet has a slightly rough previously bound edge but is 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: 45017044026. ISBN: 0709133766
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Keywords: BZDB4 Maps; British History; England; 19th century; East Anglia, fenlands, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk. 1839 Map of the County of Huntingdonshire taken from Pigot and Cos British Atlas Comprising the Counties of England upon which are laid down all
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PIGOT AND CO.
A pocket topography and gazetteer of England. Huntingdonshire.
N.D. (c 1835). [12]pp, orig outline coloured county map, engraved leaf with vignette view and distance table. Old marbled wraps, printed paper label to front wrap. Extracted from a larger work.
-- John Turton -- Book number: 18047
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Keywords: British topography Directories Atlases Huntingdonshire Maps
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COOKE, GEORGE ALEXANDER.
Cooke's British Traveller Vol 6. Huntingdon, Northampton, Bedford, Hertford....
London, N. D. Printed for C. Cooke. 1111. HardCover, 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Topographical and Statistical Description of the County of Huntingdon etc. To Which is Prefixed a Copious Travelling Guide : Exhibiting the Direct and Principal Cross Roads, Inns and Distance of Stages, Noblemen's and Gentlemens Seats. Forming a Complete County Itinerary etc .N.d. (c.1810). Small 8vo. 94 + 144 + 154 + 156pp. 4 fldg maps. Marbled eps, Half bound red morocco with faded worn marbled boards, faded marbled edges. Corners and edges knocked with slight loss. Gilt lettering and bands across spine. Binder's error has Hunts pp. 27- 28 and 33-34 out of sequence; wrong catchword foot of Northants. p.60. Despite considerable shelfwear an internally sound, tight VG copy. Good +/No Jacket.
-- Eric T. Moore Books -- Book number: 13063
GBP 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 113.75 US$ 131.51 | JP¥ 14738]
Keywords: Travel Topography Hertfordshire Bedfordshire Northants Huntingdonshire
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HUNTINGDON TOWN COUNCIL
Huntingdon [the Cromwell Country] Official Guide
Cheltenham, Ed J Burrow. 1937, 3rd Edition. Paperback, Book, Card covers still in good condition, pages a little tanned, staples rusting and middle pages have disattached. Undated, but from internal evidence is after 1935 and before WW2. Fair.
-- Nigel Smith Books -- Book number: 15090703-75
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Keywords: Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Huntingdon
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DAVIS, EDWARD.
The Case of a young Child, at Houghton in Huntingdonshire, born with all its Bones displaced. Communicated Feb.8, 1746 to Dr. Herman Heineken in London. Read May 14, 1747. A rare original article from the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1747.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1747. 1st edition. London, 1747. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. Small quarto. pp539-541. 3 pages. Last page provided in facsimile. Very Good. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Size: Quarto. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society; Printed before 1800; Inventory No: 057546.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Philosophical Transactions. Science. Medicine. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society; Printed before 1800; The Case of a young Child at Houghton in Huntingdonshire born with all its Bones displaced Communicated Feb8 1746 to Dr Herman H
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DOIG, TOM
Huntingdon, St Neots and St Ives
Frith Book Company Ltd. 2004, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 1859378366) Soft cover, 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Book, Uncommon title. No chipping & no splitting to clean covers. No reading creases to spine. Internally clean with no inscriptions. No loose & no missing leaves. A superior fresh & clean copy. Fine.
-- Lincolnshire Old Books PBFA -- Book number: 022256
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Keywords: 1859378366 Huntingdonshire
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DOMESDAY BOOK - HUNTINGDONSHIRE.
Translation of Domesday Book, or the Great Survey of England of William the Conqueror, Ad MLXXXVI, with Notes and Explanations, So Far As Relates to Huntingdonshire.
U.S.A.: Robert Edis Huntingdonshire, 1987. Hardcover. 28 pages. Ex-Library. Originally soft card covers rebound in cloth by library with new end paper. Large tears and library repairs also marking to most pages - disfiguring but all quite sound and legible. Large size 37cm x 28cm slim hardback. (Translation of Domesday Book, or the Great Survey of England of William the Conqueror, AD MLXXXVI, with Notes and Explanations, So Far as Relates to Huntingdonshire. - this is the 1864 edition). Very Good .
-- Winghale Books Ltd. -- Book number: 084921
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DOMESDAY BOOK - HUNTINGDONSHIRE.
Translation of Domesday Book, or the Great Survey of England of William the Conqueror, Ad MLXXXVI, with Notes and Explanations, So Far As Relates to Huntingdonshire.
Robert Edis Huntingdonshire, 1864. Hardcover. 28 pages. Ex-Library. Originally soft card covers rebound in cloth by library with the original worn and creased soft card covers bound in after new end papers. Wear to sound leather spine with library number. Some irregular sun fading to cover. Some marking to top edge of rear end paper. Minor mark to edge of last page. Large size 37cm x 28cm slim hardback. (Translation of Domesday Book, or the Great Survey of England of William the Conqueror, AD MLXXXVI, with Notes and Explanations, So Far as Relates to Huntingdonshire. - this is the 1864 edition). Read description .
-- Winghale Books Ltd. -- Book number: 084922
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S.B.L. DRUCE
A Poultry Farm in Huntingdonshire. A rare original article from the Journal of The Royal Agricultural Society of England, 1882.
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. Second Series, Volume 18, Part 2, No.36,1882. 1882. First Edition, Disbound. Very Good Condition. 5 pages. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Journal of The Royal Agricultural Society of England; Inventory No: 147238.
-- Cosmo Books -- Book number: 147238
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Keywords: BZDB395 Poultry. Journal of The Royal Agricultural Society of England; A Poultry Farm in Huntingdonshire A rare original article from the Journal of The Royal Agricultural Society of England 1882 SBL Druce
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E.R. KELLY
The Post Office Directory of Huntingdonshire 1877
a: Kelly & Co, 1996. Hardcover. a. pages 155 to 235 (80 pages in total). Rebound with new end paper (see image). A folding map in rear pocket with repaired tear but otherwise sound. All very clean and sound . Hardback (see image) The Post office directory of Huntingdonshire 1877. acceptable/read description .
-- Winghale Books Ltd. -- Book number: 081262
GBP 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 51.25 US$ 59.18 | JP¥ 6632]
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C F FARRAR
Ouse's Silent Tide (County Historical Reprints)
Wakefield, SR Publishers. 1970. (ISBN: 0854095446) Hardcover, Book, Very light shelfwear, apart from page tanning in very good condition; dustwrapper tanned with quite a large priceclip. xi,225pp, folded map & large number of plates. 0854095446. Good/Fair.
-- Nigel Smith Books -- Book number: 16052315-35
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Keywords: 0854095446 River Ouse, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire Uk History
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CHARLES FREDERICK FARRAR
Ouse's Silent Tide
Bedford, Sidney Press. 1921, 1st Edition. Hardcover, Book, Needs a bit of TLC, pages tanned with sporadic foxing, page 3/4 is loose, front hinge has gone; cover shelfworn with some corner bumping, backstrip faded, boards unevenly so, backstrip extremities a little frayed. No wrapper. Colour & monochrome plates. Poor/No Jacket.
-- Nigel Smith Books -- Book number: 18081318-94
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Keywords: River Ouse, Great Ouse, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Huntingdonshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Fens
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FARRER, THE REV. FREDERICK WILLIAM, M.A., RECTOR OF ELTON, HUNTINGDONSHIRE
Sir Lancelot
London, Francis & John Rivington. 1844, First Edition. Cloth-Covered Boards. Hardback, 110mm x 184mm tall (4.5" x 7.25" approx.). Pp xxii, (ii), tipped-in Erratum slip, 542 + (ii). Neat 1844 inscription of original owner to front free endpaper. Spine sunned and light patch to front board, otherwise very good clean and tight, in the original blind-decorated cloth-covered boards/gilt spine title. Photograph/s provided on request. Very Good.
-- Christopher Baron -- Book number: 002544
GBP 250.00 [Appr.: EURO 284.25 US$ 328.77 | JP¥ 36845]
Keywords: Verse Poetry Poems Arthur Arthurian Legend Legends Folklore History Lake Poets Ambleside John Brande Morris Mediaeval Elton Folk Lore Literature Farrer, The Rev. Frederick William, M.A., Rector of Elton, Huntingdonshire Sir Lancelot Folklore
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FERRAR (NICHOLAS). TURNER (FRANCIS). [MACDONOG (TERENE MICHAEL), EDITOR]:
Brief Memoirs of Nicholas Ferrar, M. A. And Founder of Clare-Hall, Cambridge, Founder of a Protestant Religious Establishment at Little Giddings, Huntingdonshire; Collected from a Narrative by the Right Reverend Dr. Turner, Formerly Bishop of Ely; Now edited with Additions and Biographical Notices of some of Mr. Ferrar's Contemporaries. By a Clergyman of the Established Church.
Bristol: Printed and Published by J. Chilcott..., 1829. FIRST EDITION. 12mo, 181 x 109 mms., pp. [iv], vii [viii blank] [3] 4 - 248, original boards, uncut; binding fragile, with spine cracked and other wear, but with contemporary purchase notes, a transcription of Byron's "Maid of Athens" on the front end-papers, other textual history on verso of front free end-paper, some emendations to text in a contemporary hand. Nicholas Ferrar (1593–1637) established his household of about 40 souls in 1625 at Little Gidding. "The life of the household, subsequently caricatured as 'the Arminian nunnery' in the 1641 pamphlet of that name, was dedicated to the daily reading and discussion of scripture, rigorous education (including household accounting and basic medical skills for Ferrar's nieces) and to the craft of bookbinding" (ODNB). The religious establishment " drew heavily on the early church model recorded in the second chapter of the Acts of the Apostles" (ODNB). T. S. Eliot made the community famous again with his poem "Little GIdding," published in 1942 and in 1943 as one of the Four Quartets. Let me spoil the story a little bit: when the work was republished in 1837, The Church of England Quarterly Review sourly commented, "These memoirs are weakly written, and abundant in improbabilities: such a precocious boy as little Master Nicholas Ferrar never lived before or since..... His travels savour of romance; and whatever truth may be inherent in them, their decorations are evidently the labour of fancy." So, the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started.
-- John Price Antiquarian Books -- Book number: 8964
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Keywords: biography religion prose
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FORMAN, JOAN,
HAUNTED EAST ANGLIA.
Jarrold, Norwicn,1993, reprint, paperback, 144pp, half tone photo pictorial title, half tone photo pictorial ills. in text, coloured photo pictorial upper wrapper, first published in 1974 with a new author's note for the peprback edition of 1985, reports and descriptions of hauntings in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire, Huntingdonshire, Lincolnshire and Essex, lightly rubbed at tips, very good plus,
-- A Book for all Reasons -- Book number: 38699
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Keywords: topography britain england east anglia suffolk norfolk lincolnshire huntingdonshire cambridgeshire hertfordshire essex northamptonshire ghosts haunted ghosts halloween
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G. H. FINDLAY
Guide to the Huntingdonshire Record Office
U.S.A.: Huntingdonshire C.C, 1974. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 33 pages. Ex-Library sound clean slim booklet in soft card covers.. Good .
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GEORGE I
[River Ouse, Huntingdonshire: Navigation. Act 1719 c. 29]. An Act for preserving and improving the Navigation of the River Ouse in the County of Huntingdon.
Printed by John Baskett, E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling. Printers to the King, London 1724. 1724. First Edition, No Binding. Very Good Condition. Disbound. Very Good. 6 pages. Folio format (245mm x 390mm, 9.5 x 15 inches), separated from the Statutes at Large. Disbound from the larger volume, with no title page (as issued), and the caption title doesn't usually start at the head of the page, but some way down it. This is quite normal for Statutes. Chiefly printed in black letter. Overall condition is very good, with bright clean pages, and decent margins. There is some browning here and there to a few pages, but not many.margins.There is some browning here and there to a few pages, but not many. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Parliamentary Acts::Statutes; Printed before 1800; Inventory No: 187369.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Parliamentary Acts::Statutes; Printed before 1800; River Ouse Huntingdonshire Navigation Act 1719 c 29 An Act for preserving and improving the Navigation of the River Ouse in the County of Huntingdon George I Printed before 1800
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GEORGE I
RIVER DOUGLAS, WIGAN: NAVIGATION. ACT 1719 c. 28. An Act for making the River Douglas alias Asland navigable, from the River Ribble to Wigan in the County Palatine of Lancaster. TOGETHER WITH River Ouse, Huntingdonshire: Navigation. Act 1719 c. 29. An Act for preserving and improving the Navigation of the River Ouse in the County of Huntingdon. TOGETHER WITH River Idle, Nottinghamshire: Navigation. Act 1719 c. 30. An Act for making the River Idle navigable, from East Retford in the County of Nottingham, to Bawtry Wharf in the County of York.
James Watson, Printer to the King. Edinburgh, 1724. First Edition, No Binding. Very Good Condition. 53 pages. This is published in a small format (85 x 144mm, 3 3/8 x 5.5 inches) and is extracted from the Acts of Parliament, published by John Watson, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Edinburgh. Rather smaller in size than the folio acts often encountered published in London, this is none the less a complete act, word for word the same as the larger format and published at around the same date. Disbound from a larger volume, and no title page (as issued). See pictures. Overall condition is very good, with clean, easily readable pages. Size: 16mo (very small). 53 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Parliamentary Acts::Small format; Printed before 1800; Inventory No: 232047.
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Keywords: BZDB395 Parliamentary Acts::Small format; Printed before 1800; RIVER DOUGLAS WIGAN NAVIGATION ACT 1719 c 28 An Act for making the River Douglas alias Asland navigable from the River Ribble to Wigan in the County Palatine of Lancaster TOGETHER WITH R
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GIES FRANCES & JOSEPH
Life in a Medieval Village
NY, Harper & Row, 1990. 1st, 8 1/4 x 6. Hardback. 0060162155. Photographs. Showing life in a medieval village some 700 years ago. Focusing on Elton in the East of England. This shows the origin, development and decline of the European village itself an invention of the Middle Ages. 257pp Previous owners name and date on fep. As New/As New.
-- Naseby Books -- Book number: 112236
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Keywords: Life in Elton Huntingdonshire 0060162155
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