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A CATALOGUE OF ALL THE BOOKS PRINTED IN ENGLAND TO THE END OF MICHAELMAS TERM, 1672
TO THE END OF MICHAELMAS TERM, 1672. [Farnsborough, Hants:Gregg Press]. (1965) 32pp. *Reprint of London:1623 editon.
$16.50
A LONG, DEEP FURROW. Three Centuries of Farming in New England.
Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England. 1976. 672 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is lightly worn at the spine but otherwise in near fine condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. A very good copy.
$30.00
267pp. + (8)pp. publishers advs. Ex-library copy. Internally tight and clean. Library book plates and circulation card pasted down inside front and back binding. Spine frayed at ends; light blue binding and fore-edges partialy soiled. Includes all the sections that orginally appeared in the Atlantic Monthly in 1892.
$15.00
188pp. + 30 maps + lar folding map. Illus. Jacket worn, but book in very good condition.
$20.00
ASSERTIO SEPTE SACRAMENTOR ADVERSUS MARTI. LUTHER, AEDITA AB INVICTISSIMO ANGLIAE & FRACIAE REGE, & DO. HYBERNIAE HENRICO EIUS NOMINIS OCTAVO.
Ridgewood, N.J: Gregg Press. (1966) Reprint of 1521 edition. [188]pp. Harbound. In addition to treatise by Henry VIII, contains ten Latin verses by J., Clerk, orator; Pope Leo's letter to Henry the 8th in which he give to Henry 98 the title of Fidei Defensor; oration by J. Clerk when he presented the book to the Pope; followed by the Pope's answer to Clark's oration.
$75.00
BERLIN BOUND WITH NEW ENGLAND'S OWN.
(Boston):(Boston Record-American and Sunday Advertiser). (ca. 1940). 149pp. Illustrated. Wraps. A very good copy. Reprint of first-hand articles about New England troops attached to United States Training centers in England by staffman Austen Lake. FB021
$30.00
BERRY POMEROY CASTLE: AN HISTORICAL AND DESCRPTIVE SKETCH.
48pp. + front and back illustrated endpapers stapled-in. Illustrated. Soft-covers. A fine copy. History of Berry Pomeroy Castle located in the county of Devon. S017.
$16.50
COLLECTANEA FRANCISCANA I.
Ridgewood, New Jersey: Gregg Press. 1966. 163 pp. Illustrated. Hardbound. A very good to fine copy. Reprint of Aberdoniae edition of 1914. Includes a DESCRIPTION OF A FRANCISCAN MANUSCRIPT, FORMERLY IN THE PHILLIPPS LIBRARY, NOW IN THE POSSESSION OF A. G. LITTLE; BROTHER WILLIAM OF ENGLAND, COMPANION OF ST. FRANCIS, AND SOME FRANCISCAN DRAWINGS IN THE MATTHEW PARIS MANUSCRIPTS by A. G. Little; THE LIBRARY OF THE GREY FRIARS OF HEREFORD by M. R. James; A SHORT NOTICE OF SOME MANUSCRIPTS OF THE CAMBRIDGE FRIARS NOW IN THE VATICAN LIBRARY by the Rev. H. M. Bannister; and RECORDS OF THE FRANCISCAN PROVINCE OF ENGLAND by A. G. Little. A fine copy. S025.
$25.00
DEAD MAN IN THE SILVER MARKET.
New York: Charles Scribner\'s Sons. 1953. 203 pp. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket is worn and frayed at the edges, with several small chips and tears. Some soiling to the front, Book itself is only lightly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages do show some slight age-toning throughout. Overall, a very good copy.
$15.00
FAST SAILING SHIPS, 1775-1875.
. 314pp. With dust jacket. A fine copy. BX075. MARITIME; ENGLAND; CLIPPER SHIPS; SHIP BUILDING; DESIGN PLANS;
$75.00
FOLK SONGS OF NEW ENGLAND. With an introduction by James M. Carpenter.
(Hamden, CT):Archon Books. (1962). 2nd edition. 344pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Book is in very good conditon with light soiling to green covers and dust residue to page edges. The dust jacket has light shelfwear to edges, otherwise is in very good condition.
$25.00
FRANCIS BACON : THE TEMPER OF A MAN ;
Boston: Little, Brown and Company. (1963). 245 pp. Illus. No dust jacket. Cloth slightly faded and shows signs of very mild shelf wear. Pages clean with no markings. A very good copy. 
$12.50
FROM THE DEEP OF THE SEA : BEING THE DIARY OF THE LATE CHARLES EDWARD SMITH ;
Edited by Charles Edward Smith Harris. Story of the first steam whale-ship, "Diana." 357 p. Illus. Ex-lib. with a few discreet associated faults. Corners bumped. First couple of signatures started. Rear hinge cracked. Fore-edge lightly foxed. A little dog-earing to late pages, o/w very tight and clean internally and all plates present. Binding slightly cocked. Good w/o dj.
$30.00
Game Fish of the Northern States of America and British Provinces
324 pp. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Except for inked gift note on top of leaf #2, an excellent, tight, clean copy. Dust jacket frayed at edges. Reprint of 1862 edition. Author wrote a number of books on fishing eventually serving as New York State Fish Commissioner.
$22.50
GIFTS FOR GOOD CHILDREN. THE HISTORY OF CHILDREN'S CHINA, 1790-1890.
Somerset:Richard Dennis. (1991). 312pp. Illustrated in color and black/white. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket shows light wear and mild soiling but otherwise in very good condition. Binding is gently shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a small distributor's sticker pasted over the publishers information on the title page. Overall, this is a very good copy.
$70.00