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United States. Department of State.
/ Washington: GPO 1891
55 pp., two folding maps with one of them in color; light general age toniong and extraction roughness at spine, now in self wrappers; issued as 51st Congress, 2d Session, HED 144. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, United States, Bering Sea Arbitration
Item #: 726969
/ University of Wales Press 2007
153 pp., Paperback, minor scraping to rear cover, else very good. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: ctt Europe, History, Great Britain, Royalty
Item #: 727674
De Cugis, Carlo, ed.
/ Milano: Banca Commerciale Italiana, 1967
volume 1 (the catalogue) only, Appendix/Appendice volume not present; folio (leaves slightly taller than 33 cm.), xiv, 399 pp., plates with some color, the essays are repeated in Italian and English but the catalogue entries are in Italian or English with no translations; book label of Professor Astrik L. Gabriel, original boards with cloth spine has a few small bumps, interior very good. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, Italy, economic history, commerce, NDZ
Item #: 726895
Friends of Irish Freedom.
/ Washington: Friends of Irish Freedom, 1922
Volume 4, Numbers 1 (July 1, 1922) through 11 and 13 through 19 (November 4, 1922), each issue 8 pages and in self wrappers; general age toning, a few disbound, good; there is little about Ireland and largely devoted to attacks on British influence in America. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Irish Americans, Great Britain
Item #: 724628
/ Washington: GPO 1872
concluded at Washington, May 8, 1871 Together with Volumes V, VI, and VII of Appendix to the British Case. Transmitted to Congress by President of U. S.; thick octavo, 1105 pp., folding map, folding tables; issued as 42d Congress, 2d Session, HED 324; library book plate and markings, original law leather binding worn and text age toned, complete but good only; the Alabama Claims. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: United States, Great Briatin, foreign relations, Alabama Claims
Item #: 722083
Stainton, H. T., editor
/ London: John Van Voorst, 1855
1855 (first) through 1874 (twentieth and last); all 12mo, usually 150-175 pages, each has a frontispiece with nine of them in color, 1857 is called Original Edition (some years had second editions); now in eight uniform later half leather bindings; occasional age staining and bindings rubbed but an overall very good group; emphasis is on new British species. Volumes Included: 8
Subject/Keywords: history of science, entomology, Great Britain, SDDX
Item #: 723478
Royal Society of London.
/ Amsterdam: Nieuwkoop, 1963
facsimile edition including the numerous illustrations, many folding; Volume 1 (1665-1666) through Volume 46 (1749-1750), with facsimile of A General Index to the Philosophical Transaction, from the First to the end of the Seventieth Volume. By Paul Henry Maty (1787); in 27 matching publisher's cloth bindings, a few hinges weak and an occasional light bump at extremities, overall very good. Volumes Included: 27
Subject/Keywords: history of science, Great Britain, SDDX
Item #: 705055
/ London: Printed for G. Kearsley, 1775
first edition; complete in 3 volumes, , ii, 492 + 464 + 396,  (indexes, each volume has been indexed separately) pp.; polished flame calf sides with spines decorated in compartments and leather labels, edges yellow; bindings dulled at spines with light chipping at extremities, armorial book plates of William Earle Lytton Bulwar (brother of author Edward Bulwer-Lytton) and book labels from a bookseller's reference library, overall a very good set. Volumes Included: 3
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, British history, SDDX
Item #: 723380
Mansergh, Nicholas, ed.
/ London: Oxford University Press, 1953
2 volumes ,xli, , 604 pp + xvii, , -1308 pp.; bookplate and signatures of a private owner, marginalia and underlining to text, a good reading copy only. Volumes Included: 2
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, British Commonwealth
Item #: 721958
Rose, J. Holland.
/ Cambridge: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Ltd., 1914
8 pp., adapted from the British "White Paper"; library markings and lacks back cover of paper wrappers, spine trimmed with no loss but now disbound. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, World War I, ZNI
Item #: 716993
Penson, Lillian M.
/ London: G. Bell and Sons 1930
52 pp.; original paper wrappers, library hand stamps, else very good. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, foreign affairs
Item #: 709377
Dening, B. C.
/ London: H. F. & G. Witherby 1928
first edition but contains some material previously published in Army Quarterly, Fighting Forces, and Royal Engineers; 224 pp.; original green cloth faded at spine and light age speckling to text, still near very good; insightful analysis not neglecting the all important funding problem, Dening emphasized "the dominance of the battlefield by the small-arms bullet" and was killed in action off Dunkirk in 1941 firing a Bren gun to the last. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, British Army, military art and science, TTH
Item #: 707315
Fairbairns, W. H.
/ London: S.P.C.K.,
32mo (12 cm. tall),  pp., illustrated; paper wrappers splitting at spine and signature of a previous owner on front cover, good+ only. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Cathedrals, England, Great Britain
Item #: 707250
Mills, Lennox A.
/ London (etc.): Longmans, Green and Co., 1945
12mo, 70,  pp., illustrated; ex library in board binder, original paper wrapper with maps on inside covers retained. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, Ceylon, Sri Lanka
Item #: 703296
Burroughs Wellcome & Co.
/ Londeon (etc.): Burroughs Wellcome & Co., 1912
original red cloth lightly soiled and the unicorn logo from the front cover almost erased, still sound and good+; only the first hundred pages on the title topic and not limited to leech use, followed by promotional material for the Welcome materia media farm, Tabloid brand products, etc.. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: history of medicine, Britain, leechbooks, ddx
Item #: 703242
County Council of Salop.
/ Shrewsbury: Eddowe's Shersbury Journal 1890
first edition; 12mo, advertisements, short statistical material, etc. but most of the book devoted to over 70 portraits of aldermen, councilors, and other council officials, each with biographical notes; issued to commemorate the formation of he council under the Local Government Act of 1888; original cloth soiled at white spine and corners, one of the red sides has a ring stain, new endpapers, else good. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Salop, Shropshire, England, Great Britain, genealogy
Item #: 703149
Grenville, William Wyndham Grenville, Baron
/ London: Printed for John Stockdale 1789
first edition; 58,  (ads) pp., one correction made by hand on page 23 changing illegitimate to legitimate; light general age toning and light extraction roughness at spine, now in self wrappers and still well sewn; concerns the establishment of a Regency with emphasis on the authority of Parliament to do so and to limit the Regent's powers. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, British history, Regency, George III, BRN
Item #: 700603
/ Aylesford: St. Alberts Press, 1966
Volume 8, Number 2 only; 140 pp., 2 leaves of illustrations; library hand stamp on cover of paper wrappers and spine darkened, still overall very good. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, decadence, fin-de-siecle, illustrators
Item #: 700584
Wilhelm Deutsches Reich, Kaiser, I., & Albert, Prince Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain.
/ Gotha: Friedr. Andr. Perthes, 1881
small octavo, [iv], 116 pp.; board sides rubbed at tips and leather spine chipped at tail, general age toning, still a sound and overall good+ copy. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Germany, Great Briatin, foreign relations
Item #: 700577
/ London: Printed for T. Cadell, 1793
30 pp.; light extraction roughness at spine but overall a very good copy in self wrappers; poverty is an evil, but what can the rich do, certainly sharing their land or money is very wrong and would not help in any case, best that they should pay their taxes for the maintenance of services supplied by the Poor Laws as an act of public charity and on a private level support organizations that educate the poor or give them a much needed impetus to industry. Volumes Included: 1
Subject/Keywords: Great Britain, poverty, the poor, BRN
Item #: 700543