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London:T. Fisher Unwin Ltd. 1917. 1st edition. 52pp. Illustrated. Stapled wrps. Covers lightly soiled otherwise a very good, clean copy. *A speech delivered in the House of Commons on the work of the Ministry of Munitions, June 28, 1917.
Cambridge:Cambridge University Press. 1963. viii+365pp. Illustrated. Hardcover. Black boards lightly soiled and shelfworn. Internally, a previous owners name and address inked to 1st free end-page, otherwise a very good, clean copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact.
Cambridge:Cambridge University Press. 1956. 220pp. 1st edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Aside from an occasional smudge, a very good, clean copy. No previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is slightly soiled and shelf-worn, but still in very good condition.
London; Edward Arnold Ltd., . First edition. 176pp. Hardcover with DJ. Condition is Very Good+ in a Good Dj. Boards nicely protected by jacket, gilt titling on spine is bright; owner name penned on ffep; otherwise clean, tight and square. Jacket is rubbed, and worn along the edges with a couple small chips missing."This study is centered on the life of an eighteenth century English merchant Thomas Hall. This enterprising man was successively a factor, a ship's captain, and a ship owner. ... Hall lived at a time when the merchants of London had a decisive influence in both commerce and finance and this study throws light on the economic history of the eighteenth century as well as including a great deal of illuminating material about the life of the middle-class."
Philadelphia:University of Pennsylvania Press. (1962). 1st edition. 334pp with folding map at end. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good, clean copy, inside and out, with a very good, slightly soiled dust jacket. *"Symbolic of the rise of the middle class throughout Europe in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries is the unusually rich and varied life of Robert Barton of Over Barnton. In his economic, social, and political activities, Barton can almost be said to epitomize Scotland in the first four decades of the sixteenth century."...dj.
Cambridge:Harvard University Press. 1961. 369pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Both book and dust jacket in fine condition.
New York:Richard R. Smith. 1945. 477pp. Illustrated. First edition. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges with several small chips and tears. Spine is lightly soiled. Book itself is only mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is some age-toning to the pages throughout. Overall, this is a very good copy with a good dust jacket.
THE HISTORY OF THE RISE, PROGRESS AND ACCOMPLISHMENT OF THE ABOLITION OF THE AFRICAN SLAVE-TRADE BY THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT. Abridged by Evan Lewis
Wilmington:R. Porter. 1816. 348pp. Full leather binding with gilt bands and leather label with title on spine. The leather is worn and rubbed in places and along edges, but the binding is tight and hinges intact. Internally, there are no previous owners marks or signatures but the pages are age toned, with foxing scattered throughout. Overall, a good solid copy.
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