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Morris (William) Original membership card of the Socialist League

Morris (William, designer, author, and visionary socialist, 1834-96) Original membership card of the Socialist League, Hammersmith Branch for Mrs. Catterson-Smith, signed by Morris and Emery Walker, 1sheet, 114 x 76mm., folded to make 4pp., printed in sanguine on light yellow card, January 1890 § Catterson-Smith (Robert, artist, socialist, principal of the Birmingham School of Art and Director of Art Education in that city, worked with William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones on the Kelmscott Chaucer, 1853-1938) Speech on socialism, manuscript, 11pp. (incomplete at end), foxed and browned, folds, page 3 torn at edges slightly affecting text, loose, 280 x 160mm. & smaller, n.d. [c. 1890]; and a small quantity of others, socialist flyers including Independent Labour Party - London District, Hammersmith Socialist Society - RSVP, 1892, Statement of Principles of the Hammersmith Socialist Society etc., v.s., v.d. (sm. qty). Morris (William, designer, author, and visionary socialist, 1834-96), Original membership card of the Socialist League, Hammersmith Branch for Mrs. Catterson-Smith, signed by Morris and Emery Walker, 1sheet, 114 x 76mm., folded to make 4pp., printed in sanguine on light yellow card, January, 1890 § Catterson-Smith (Robert, artist, socialist, principal of the Birmingham School of Art and Director of Art Education in that city, worked with William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones on the Kelmscott Chaucer, 1853-1938) Speech on socialism, manuscript, 11pp. (incomplete at end), foxed and browned, folds, page 3 torn at edges slightly affecting text, loose, 280 x 160mm. & smaller, n.d. [c. 1890]; and a small quantity of others, socialist flyers including, Independent Labour Party - London District, Hammersmith Socialist Society - RSVP, 1892, , Statement of Principles of the Hammersmith Socialist Society, etc., v.s., v.d. (sm. qty)Read more

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Honourable (The) Society of Improvers in the Knowledge of Agriculture

Honourable (The) Society of Improvers in the Knowledge of Agriculture in Scotland. A Treatise concerning the Manner of Fallowing Ground, Raising Grass-Seeds, and Training of Lint and Hemp for the Increase and Improvement of the Linnen-Manufactories in Scotland, first edition, 7 engraved plates, some folding, worm hole to head affecting some running titles, some plates a little frayed, bookplate, contemporary panelled calf, upper cover becoming detached, [Goldsmiths' 6278; Kress 3560], Edinburgh, Printed by Robert Fleming and Company, 1724. ⁂ Variously attributed to Robert Maxwell, Richard Bradley, William McIntosh and Thomas Hope. Provenance: J. R P. Forrest (bookplate). Honourable (The) Society of Improvers in the Knowledge of Agriculture in Scotland. A Treatise concerning the Manner of Fallowing Ground, Raising Grass-Seeds, and Training of Lint and Hemp for the Increase and Improvement of the Linnen-Manufactories in Scotland, first edition, 7 engraved plates, some folding, worm hole to head affecting some running titles, some plates a little frayed, bookplate, contemporary panelled calf, upper cover becoming detached, [Goldsmiths' 6278; Kress 3560], Edinburgh, Printed by Robert Fleming and Company, 1724. ⁂ Variously attributed to Robert Maxwell, Richard Bradley, William McIntosh and Thomas Hope. Provenance: J. R P. Forrest (bookplate)Read more

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Geometry.- Pomodoro (Giovanni) Geometria Prattica. Tratta dagl'Elementi

Geometry.- Pomodoro (Giovanni) Geometria Prattica. Tratta dagl'Elementi d'Euclide et altri Auttori... dichiaratu da Giovanni Scala, first edition, first issue, collation: [π]2, A-M4, N6, [χN]1, 57ff., engraved title incorporating arms of the dedicatee Cardinal Aldobrandini within scrollwork border, 51 full-page engraved illustrations of instruments, geometry and surveying, woodcut initials and tail-pieces, final leaf with plate VII bound before N6 (plate VI/colophon) and not called for on title but correct, some leaves mounted on stubs, browned, some soiling and water-staining, a little wormed and frayed at edges, A1 creased causing tear to image, D1 torn affecting plate (old repair but lifting), later boards, rubbed, spine worn, folio, Rome, Stefano Paolini, 1599. ⁂ Very rare illustrated manual of Euclidian geometry, with 44 plates by Pomodoro and a further 7 added by Scala following Pomodoro's death. The work was meant for practical use and some of the plates depict figures in contemporary civilian and military dress (and some undressed) carrying out measurements. This is the first issue, it was reissued in 1603 with new preliminary leaves. COPAC lists only 2 copies (BL and Wellcome), and WorldCat 5 copies in America. Provenance: Rothamsted acquisition date 1935. Literature: EDIT 16 CNCE 28377; Harvard Italian 394; Riccardi I (2), 300. Geometry.- Pomodoro (Giovanni), Geometria Prattica, . Tratta dagl'Elementi d'Euclide et altri Auttori... dichiaratu da Giovanni Scala, , first edition, first issue, collation: [, π], 2, , A-M, 4, , N, 6, , [, χ, N], 1, 57ff., engraved title incorporating arms of the dedicatee Cardinal Aldobrandini within scrollwork border, 51 full-page engraved illustrations of instruments, geometry and surveying, woodcut initials and tail-pieces, final leaf with plate VII bound before N6 (plate VI/colophon) and not called for on title but correct, some leaves mounted on stubs, browned, some soiling and water-staining, a little wormed and frayed at edges, A1 creased causing tear to image, D1 torn affecting plate (old repair but lifting), later boards, rubbed, spine worn, folio, Rome, Stefano Paolini, 1599. ⁂ Very rare illustrated manual of Euclidian geometry, with 44 plates by Pomodoro and a further 7 added by Scala following Pomodoro's death. The work was meant for practical use and some of the plates depict figures in contemporary civilian and military dress (and some undressed) carrying out measurements. This is the first issue, it was reissued in 1603 with new preliminary leaves. COPAC lists only 2 copies (BL and Wellcome), and WorldCat 5 copies in America. Provenance: Rothamsted acquisition date 1935. Literature: EDIT 16 CNCE 28377; Harvard Italian 394; Riccardi I (2), 300Read more

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Gardens.- Nylandt (Petrus) and Jan van der Groen. Het Vermakelyck

Gardens.- Nylandt (Pieter) and Jan van der Groen. Het Vermakelyck Landt-Leven, 3 vol. in 1 comprising: Nylandt (Pieter) Den Verstandigen Hovenier, engraved additional pictorial title, full-page engraving with 4 images of trees & grafting, full-page woodcut of gardening tools and small illustration of pressing and tasting wine; Groen (Jan van der) Den Nederlandtsen Hovenier, additional engraved pictorial title and 15 full-page illustrations of garden plans, fountains etc., a few woodcut illustrations of tools & equipment; Twee Hondert Modellen voor de Liefhebbers van Hoven en Thuynen, additional engraved pictorial title, 49 woodcut illustrations of flowerbeds, lattices, sundials etc., most full-page; Nylandt (P.) De Ervaten Huys-Houder, engraved title-vignette of a vet examining animals in front of his surgery by G.V.Eeckhout, woodcuts, one full-page; Den Naerstigen Byen-Houder, engraved title-vignette of man with row of skeps and swarm of bees by Eeckhout; De Verstandige Kock, engraved title-vignette of cooks in a kitchen, together 6 parts in 3 vol. bound in 1, first edition, second part of vol.2 ('Twee Hondert...') misbound at end of volume, lacking π1 at beginning (general half-title), also K4 at end of vol.2 part 1 'Nedelandtsten Hovenier' (after "Eynde van't Register") and B4 at end of vol.3 part 2 'Byen-houder' (after "Eynde"), some light foxing, contemporary vellum, yapp edges, spine with title in ink manuscript and number "56" in red, a little soiled and stained, [Hunt 314], 4to, Amsterdam, Marcus Doornick, 1669. ⁂ Rare first edition of this collection of Dutch works on gardening, farming, bee-keeping and cooking. Jan van der Groen was gardener to the Prince of Orange and his work includes scenes of the gardens at Ryswick, Honsholredyck and Huys 'ten Bosch prior to alteration in the style of Le Nôtre. Pieter Nylandt was a doctor and horticulturist. Provenance: ?C.W.G. van Nyht (ink signature on first title and engraved bookplate). Rothamsted acquisition date 1935. Gardens.- Nylandt (Pieter), and Jan van der Groen. Het Vermakelyck Landt-Leven, , 3 vol. in 1, comprising, :, Nylandt (Pieter), Den Verstandigen Hovenier, , engraved additional pictorial title, full-page engraving with 4 images of trees & grafting, full-page woodcut of gardening tools and small illustration of pressing and tasting wine, ;, Groen (Jan van der), Den Nederlandtsen Hovenier, additional engraved pictorial title and 15 full-page illustrations of garden plans, fountains etc., a few woodcut illustrations of tools & equipment, Twee Hondert Modellen voor de Liefhebbers van Hoven en Thuynen, additional engraved pictorial title, 49 woodcut illustrations of flowerbeds, lattices, sundials etc., most full-page, ;, Nylandt (P.), De Ervaten Huys-Houder, engraved title-vignette of a vet examining animals in front of his surgery by G.V.Eeckhout, woodcuts, one full-page, Den Naerstigen Byen-Houder, engraved title-vignette of man with row of skeps and swarm of bees by Eeckhout, ; De Verstandige Kock, engraved title-vignette of cooks in a kitchen, , together 6 parts in 3 vol. bound in 1, first edition, second part of vol.2 ('Twee Hondert...') misbound at end of volume, lacking, π, 1 at beginning (general half-title), also K4 at end of vol.2 part 1 'Nedelandtsten Hovenier' (after "Eynde van't Register") and B4 at end of vol.3 part 2 'Byen-houder' (after "Eynde"), some light foxing, contemporary vellum, yapp edges, spine with title in ink manuscript and number "56" in red, a little soiled and stained, [Hunt 314], 4to, Amsterdam, Marcus Doornick, 1669. ⁂ Rare first edition of this collection of Dutch works on gardening, farming, bee-keeping and cooking. Jan van der Groen was gardener to the Prince of Orange and his work includes scenes of the gardens at Ryswick, Honsholredyck and Huys 'ten Bosch prior to alteration in the style of Le Nôtre. Pieter Nylandt was a doctor and horticulturist. Provenance: ?C.W.G. van Nyht (ink signature on first title and engraved bookplate). Rothamsted acquisition date 1935Read more

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Butel-Dumont (G.M.) Recherches Historiques et Critiques sur l'Administration

Butel-Dumont (G.M.) Recherches Historiques et Critiques sur l'Administration Publique et Privee des terres chez les Romains, first edition, Edward Gibbon's copy with his small book label to front pastedown, Paris, Chez la Veuve Duchesne, 1779 § [Ballon (Gilles) et Garnier] Nouvelle Instruction Facile pour la Culture des Figuiers, woodcut device on title, Paris, Chez Charles de Sercy, 1692 § Soumille (Abbe) Description du Semoir-a-Bras de Languedoc, woodcut illustrations, Avignon, Chez Jacques Garrigan, 1762 § Gentil (F.) and L. Liger. Le Jardinier Solitaire, second edition, folding engraved plate, Paris, 1705 § Rapin (Rene) Hortorum libri IV, engraved frontispiece by Prevost, Paris, J. Barbou, 1780; and 8 others, all in French and in contemporary calf or sheep bindings, 8vo and 12mo (13), Butel-Dumont (G.M.), Recherches Historiques et Critiques sur l'Administration Publique et Privee des terres chez les Romains, first edition, Edward Gibbon's copy with his small book label to front pastedown, Paris, Chez la Veuve Duchesne, 1779 § [Ballon (Gilles) et Garnier] Nouvelle Instruction Facile pour la Culture des Figuiers, woodcut device on title, Paris, Chez Charles de Sercy, 1692 § Soumille (, Abbe, ) Description du Semoir-a-Bras de Languedoc, woodcut illustrations, Avignon, Chez Jacques Garrigan, 1762 § Gentil (F.) and L. Liger. Le Jardinier Solitaire, second edition, folding engraved plate, Paris, 1705 § Rapin (Rene) Hortorum libri IV, engraved frontispiece by Prevost, Paris, J. Barbou, 1780; and 8 others, all in French and in contemporary calf or sheep bindings, 8vo and 12mo, (13)Read more

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Fitzherbert (John) The Boke of Husbandry, Imprynted at London in fletestrete

Fitzherbert (John) The Boke of Husbandry, collation: A6 B-M8 N2 (lacking G4), almost entirely printed in black letter, title within woodcut architectural border incorporating date 1534, woodcut initials, outer margin of E8 torn away with no loss of text but affecting much of contemporary ink annotation to verso, some light soiling and browning, good margins, 19th century calf with contemporary blind-stamped calf covers preserved, covers cracked and scored and slightly bowed, [STC 10996; Fussell I, pp.1-6], 8vo, Imprynted at London in fletestrete in the house of Thomas Berthelet, nere to the condite at the sygne of Lucrece. Cum privilegio, [c.1540]. ⁂ Rothamsted acquisition date 1916. Fitzherbert (John), The Boke of Husbandry, , collation: A, 6, B-M, 8, N, 2, (lacking G, 4, ), almost entirely printed in black letter, title within woodcut architectural border incorporating date 1534, woodcut initials, outer margin of E, torn away with no loss of text but affecting much of contemporary ink annotation to verso, some light soiling and browning, good margins, 19, th, century calf with contemporary blind-stamped calf covers preserved, covers cracked and scored and slightly bowed, [STC 10996; Fussell I, pp.1-6], 8vo, Imprynted at London in fletestrete in the house of Thomas Berthelet, nere to the condite at the sygne of Lucrece. Cum privilegio, [c.1540]. ⁂ Rothamsted acquisition date 1916Read more

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Lesbros (Louis) Traite des Muriers, Paris, Chez la Veuve Pierres

Lesbros (Louis) Traite des Muriers, half-title present but soiled and laid down, modern cloth, Paris, Chez la Veuve Pierres, 1769 § Frommel (J.C.) Theorie de la Culture du Trefle, modern cloth, Lausanne, 1784 § Dumortier (B. C. J.) Observations sur les Graminees de la Flore Belgique, presentation copy signed by the author on half-title, 16 lithograph plates, errata slip stuck to read pastedown, uncut in original boards, spine soiled, Tournai, 1823 § [Casaux (Marquis de)] Memoires sur l'Agriculture du Boulonnois et des Cantons Maritimes voisins, contemporary calf, Boulogne, 1784 § Ingen-Housz (J.) Experiences sur les Vegetaux, first French edition, folding engraved plate, some foxing and light water-staining, contemporary half vellum, Paris, Didot le jeune, 1780; and 62 others, French agriculture, v.s. (67), Lesbros (Louis), Traite des Muriers, , half-title present but soiled and laid down, modern cloth, Paris, Chez la Veuve Pierres, 1769 § Frommel (J.C.) Theorie de la Culture du Trefle, modern cloth, Lausanne, , 1784 § Dumortier (B. C. J.) Observations sur les Graminees de la Flore Belgique, presentation copy signed by the author on half-title, 16 lithograph plates, errata slip stuck to read pastedown, uncut in original boards, spine soiled, Tournai, 1823 § [Casaux (, Marquis de, )] Memoires sur l'Agriculture du Boulonnois et des Cantons Maritimes voisins, contemporary calf, Boulogne, 1784 § Ingen-Housz (J.) Experiences sur les Vegetaux, first French edition, folding engraved plate, some foxing and light water-staining, contemporary half vellum, Paris, Didot le jeune, 1780; and 62 others, French agriculture, v.s, . (67)Read more

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Japan.- Photograph Album, 49 hand-coloured albumen prints, contemporary

Japan.- Photograph Album, 49 hand-coloured albumen prints, comprising scenes of tea-picking & -production, tea-houses, fencing, portraits, a tattooed man, a houseboat, ploughing and planting rice, carriages, Aino men, sumo wrestlers, a string of litter-bearers, views of temples and gardens of Tokyo, Nagasaki harbour, and interior scenes of women eating, dancing, playing games etc., each c.205 x 165mm., most titled and numbered in the negative, mounted on both sides of thick card leaves mounted on stubs, mounts a little soiled, some chipped at corners, contemporary roan-backed brown lacquer covers, upper cover with inset black lacquer panel with dragon, flowers on lower, a little rubbed, oblong 4to, [c.1890]. Japan.-, Photograph Album, , 49 hand-coloured albumen prints, comprising scenes of tea-picking & -production, tea-houses, fencing, portraits, a tattooed man, a houseboat, ploughing and planting rice, carriages, Aino men, sumo wrestlers, a string of litter-bearers, views of temples and gardens of Tokyo, Nagasaki harbour, and interior scenes of women eating, dancing, playing games etc., each c.205 x 165mm., most titled and numbered in the negative, mounted on both sides of thick card leaves mounted on stubs, mounts a little soiled, some chipped at corners, contemporary roan-backed brown lacquer covers, upper cover with inset black lacquer panel with dragon, flowers on lower, a little rubbed, oblong 4to, [c.1890]Read more

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Water Meadows.- Smith (William) Observations on the Utility, Form

Water Meadows.- Smith (William) Observations on the Utility, Form and Management of Water Meadows...With an Account of Prisley Bog, first edition, 2 folding engraved plates, Norwich, 1806 bound with Farmer's Magazine (The), vol.14, title bound at end of section, Edinburgh, 1813 and Report of the Committee of the African Institution...together with the Rules and Regulations, 1807 and [Croker (J.W.)] The Battles of Talavera. A Poem, 44pp., second edition, presentation copy from Capt. Campbell 3rd Guards to his colleague Capt. Mercer in Spain inscribed on half-title, [COPAC lists many editions but nothing earlier than third edition], 1809 and an account of the trial of Louis XIV, together 5 works in 1 vol., some browning or soiling, contemporary sheep with "Barraldine" in gilt on upper cover, a little worn, joints split, 8vo, Water Meadows.- Smith (William), Observations on the Utility, Form and Management of Water Meadows, ...With an Account of Prisley Bog, first edition, , 2 folding engraved plates, Norwich, 1806, bound with, Farmer's Magazine (The), vol.14, , title bound at end of section, Edinburgh, 1813, and, Report of the Committee of the African Institution...together with the Rules and Regulations, 1807, [Croker (J.W.)] The Battles of Talavera. A Poem, 44pp., second edition, presentation copy from Capt. Campbell 3rd Guards to his colleague Capt. Mercer in Spain, inscribed on half-title, [COPAC lists many editions but nothing earlier than third edition], 1809 and an account of the trial of Louis XIV, together 5 works in 1 vol., some browning or soiling, contemporary sheep with "Barraldine" in gilt on upper cover, a little worn, joints split, 8voRead more

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Dionysius Periegetes. Orbis Ambitus, 1559.
Dionysius Periegetes. Orbis Ambitus, Greek text, woodcut basilisk printers device to title, final blank leaf present, [Adams D642] bound with Aratus of Soli. Phaenomena [graece], woodcut basilisk printers device to title, [Adams A1515] bound with Aratus of Soli. Phaenomena, et prognostica, 2 parts in 1, 2 woodcut plates (often missing), here in their original conjoined/folding format, [Adams A1516], some foxing, light stain to upper margin throughout, 18th century morocco-backed calf, spine gilt, a little rubbed, 4to, Paris, Guillaume Morel, 1559. ⁂ Sammelband of scarce Morel astronomical works with an impeccable provenance. The Greek version of Aratus poem on planetary motion has commentary by Theon of Alexandria and a glossary by Leontius. The Latin versions are by Cicero, Avienus and Germanicus. Separately paginated at the end is Hyginus Poeticon Astronomicon. Provenance: The Chatsworth copy with bookplate and Devonshire device in top spine compartment. Dionysius Periegetes, . Orbis Ambitus, Greek text, woodcut basilisk printer, s device to title, final blank leaf present, [Adams D642], bound with, Aratus of Soli. Phaenomena, [graece], woodcut basilisk printer, s device to title, [Adams A1515], Aratus of Soli. Phaenomena, et prognostica, 2 parts in 1, 2 woodcut plates (often missing), here in their original conjoined/folding format, [Adams A1516], some foxing, light stain to upper margin throughout, 18, th, century morocco-backed calf, spine gilt, a little rubbed, 4to, Paris, Guillaume Morel, 1559. ⁂ Sammelband of scarce Morel astronomical works with an impeccable provenance. The Greek version of Aratus, poem on planetary motion has commentary by Theon of Alexandria and a glossary by Leontius. The Latin versions are by Cicero, Avienus and Germanicus. Separately paginated at the end is Hyginus, Poeticon Astronomicon. Provenance:, The Chatsworth copy, with bookplate and Devonshire device in top spine compartment Forum Auctions
Natural History.- Cole (Charles), Game Birds, 1981.
Natural History.- Coles (Charles) Game Birds, number 47 of 250 copies signed by the author and artist, tipped-in colour plates by Maurice Pledger, original morocco-backed cloth, gilt, t.e.g., slip-case, 1981 § Forshaw (J.M.) & William T.Cooper. Parrots of the World, broken, Melbourne, 1973; The Birds of Paradise and Bower Birds, Sydney & London, 1977, the last two with colour plates by William T.Cooper, original cloth, dust-jackets, the last with slip-case, folio (3), Natural History.- Coles (Charles, ), Game Birds, , number 47 of 250 copies signed by the author and artist, tipped-in colour plates by Maurice Pledger, original morocco-backed cloth, gilt, t.e.g., slip-case, 1981 § Forshaw (J.M.) & William T.Cooper. Parrots of the World, , broken, Melbourne, 1973; The Birds of Paradise and Bower Birds, Sydney & London, 1977, , the last two with colour plates by William T.Cooper, original cloth, dust-jackets, the last with slip-case, folio, (3) Forum Auctions
Planning.- Marr (T.R.) Housing Conditions in Manchester & Salford:
Planning.- Marr (T.R.) Housing Conditions in Manchester & Salford: A Report prepared for the Citizens' Association for the Improvement of the Unwholesome Dwellings and Surroundings of the People..., 2 vol. including Supplement by T.C.Horsfall, Supplement second edition and ex-library copy with stamps, title soiled and torn, contemporary and later cloth, Manchester, 1904-05 § Society for Improving the Condition of the Labouring Classes. The Labourer's Friend, No.LXXX-CXV New Series bound in 1 vol., occasional spotting, light vertical creasing where previously folded, contemporary half roan, rebacked preserving old spine, corners repaired, Jan. 1851-Dec. 1853 § Roberts (Henry) The Dwellings of the Labouring Classes..., sixth thousand, title spotted, ex-library copy with stamps, original cloth, 1867 § Bardwell (W.) Healthy Homes, and How to Make Them, original cloth, spine ends worn, [1858] § City of Liverpool. Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings...for the year 1909 [& 1913], 2 vol., original printed wrappers, soiled, Liverpool, 1910-14, numerous plates, plans and tables, many folding, rubbed; and 7 others on working class housing and slums, 8vo (14), Planning.- Marr (T.R.), Housing Conditions in Manchester & Salford, : A Report prepared for the Citizens' Association for the Improvement of the Unwholesome Dwellings and Surroundings of the People..., 2 vol. including Supplement by T.C.Horsfall, Supplement second edition and ex-library copy with stamps, title soiled and torn, contemporary and later cloth, Manchester, 1904-05 § Society for Improving the Condition of the Labouring Classes. The Labourer's Friend, No.LXXX-CXV New Series bound in 1 vol, ., occasional spotting, light vertical creasing where previously folded, contemporary half roan, rebacked preserving old spine, corners repaired, Jan. 1851-Dec. 1853 § Roberts (Henry) The Dwellings of the Labouring Classes, ..., sixth thousand, title spotted, ex-library copy with stamps, original cloth, 1867 § Bardwell (W.) Healthy Homes, and How to Make Them, original cloth, spine ends worn, [1858] § City of Liverpool. Artizans' and Labourers' Dwellings...for the year 1909 [& 1913], 2 vol, ., original printed wrappers, soiled, Liverpool, 1910-14, numerous plates, plans and tables, many folding, rubbed, ; and 7 others on working class housing and slums, 8vo, (14) Forum Auctions

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