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Bell, Adrian R.; Brooks, Chris; Dryburgh, Paul R.: The English Wool Market, c.1230-1327. Cambridge University Press, 2007. 8vo., pp. viii, 205. Cloth, dustwrapper. As new.   Ref: 34756 
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Bellamy, J.G.: The Law of Treason in England in the Later Middle Ages. Cambridge University Press, 1970. 8vo., pp. xviii, 266. Cloth, gilt-lettered, edges dusted. Illegible ownership inscription in pencil to ffep. Cambridge Studies in English Legal History.   Ref: 50837 
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Berington, Joseph: The History of the Reign of Henry the Second, and of Richard and John, his Sons; with the Events of the Period, from 1154 to 1216. In which the Character of Thomas a Becket is vindicated from the Attacks of George Lord Lytttelton. Basil: printed and sold by J.J. Tourneisen, 1793. 3 vols., 8vo., pp.xl, 304; vi, 312; vi, 279, [ixx]. A little sporadic foxing slightly heavier towards front and rear of each volume, occasional light ink spots. Slightly later half marbled calf, beige morocco gilt labels to spines, marbled paper-covered boards. Lightly rubbed, edges a bit worn, corners fraying but very good overall. Ownership inscription 'Wulff' to ffep each volume, the first dated December 1860. Also to ffep of the first volume, a note in an old but indecipherable hand. First published in 1790. ESTC N7467   Ref: 48525 
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(Bernard, Richard:) A Short View of the Prelatical Church [laid open in ten sections by way of quere and petition to the high and honourable Court of Parliament, the several heads whereof are set down in the next two pages. Written a little before the fall of that hierarchie, about the year 1641, by Iohn Ba [London: s.n.], [1661]. Pamphlet, 4to., pp.44. Lacks a four-leaf gathering to the front (though the text itself is complete). Wood-cut initials and head- and tail-pieces. Toned front and rear, some spots and smudges, small loss to lower corner margin of first leaf. Usually found bound with a second work, The Anatomie of the Common Prayer-Book, but here disbound and alone. Paper label from the Congregational Library of London's Pamphlet Room to head of first leaf, obscuring the top of the woodcut head-piece but not affecting text. In an old hand, 'abusively' added next to the printed title, and 'Rogues' crossed through. Usually ascribed to Richard Bernard (bap. 1568, d. 1642), but also to John Bernard, minister of Batcomb, and John Bernard, Presbyterian (cf. Green, E.Bib. Somersetensis, 1902, v.2, p. 165). Often bound with The Anatomie of the Common Prayer-Book (1661), which has separate dated title page, pagination, and register, and was also published separately in the same year as Wing B1996. ESTC R17815; Wing (2nd ed.) B2034   Ref: 51778 
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Bisschop, W.R.: (Foxwell, H.S., pref.:) The Rise of the London Money Market, 1640-1826. London: P.S. King and Son, 1910. First edition. 8vo., pp. 256. Some pencil annotations. Foxing to last few leaves. Green cloth, gilt title to upper board. A bit rubbed, endcaps slightly creased and corners bumped. No dust-jacket. Inscription of (Prof.) Robert Ashton, London, 1949 to ffep, and his pencilled annotations to the text. First edition of the English translation (the work was originally published in Dutch in 1896).   Ref: 51991 
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Bobbin, Tim, pseud. [Collier, John]: View of the Lancashire Dialect; with Large Additions and Improvements. Also a Glossary of Lancashire Phrases. London: printed for A. Millar, W. Law and R. Cater; and for Wilson, Spence, and Mawman, York, 1798. 12mo. in sixes, pp.79 including portrait frontispiece. Frontis and title heavily toned, occasional spots and smudges elsewhere. The textblock as been stab-stitched and is loosely housed inside the heavily worn red sheepskin binding of an old railway timetable. The front board is blindstamped 'L. & N.W.R.' for London & North Western Railway, therefore dating it somewhere between 1846 and 1922. Several scraps of notepaper loosely inserted. A work written in Lancashire dialect by Tim Bobbin, pseudonym of the caricaturist and satirist John Collier (1708-1796), followed by a useful glossary.   Ref: 51680 
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Bobbin, Tim, pseud. [Collier, John]; (Cruikshank, G., illus.:) Lancashire Dialect; and Poems. Rendered intelligible to general readers by a literal interpretation, and the obsolete words explained by quotations from the most early of the English authors. London: Hurst, Chance and Co., 1828. 8vo., pp. viii, 184, + 6 leaves of plates. Occasional foxing, plates quite toned and spotted. Slightly later half olive green calf with marbled paper-covered boards, raised bands, red spine label, marbled edges. Spine darkened to brown, a bit chipped, headcap and corners worn, a good sound copy. Bookseller's pencilled note to ffep verso. Contains works in prose and verse by Tim Bobbin, a pseudonym of the caricaturist and satirist John Collier (1708-1796), illustrating the South Lancashire dialect. Tomlinson 70   Ref: 51258 
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Bobbin, Tim, pseud. [Collier, John]; Bamford, Samuel; The Dialect of South Lancashire, or Tim Bobbin's Tummus and Meary: with his Rhymes and an Enlarged Glossary of Words and Phrases [...] London: John Russell Smith 1854. 12mo., pp. xxii, 266. One leaf (89-90) bound out of order (after 91-92). Edges untrimmed, a touch of spotting in one or two places, faint waterstain to gutter of front endpapers. Red textured cloth, blind-stamped border to boards, gilt to spine, spine sun-faded (and boards a little bit as well), boards very slightly scuffed and showing one or two tiny marks, spine bumped head and tail. Bookseller's ticket to upper pastedown and embossed stamp to f.f.e.p. Contains works in prose and verse by Tim Bobbin, a pseudonym of the caricaturist and satirist John Collier (1708-1796), illustrating the South Lancashire dialect, with a glossary of words and an introduction by Samuel Bamford. Tomlinson 90   Ref: 22148  show full image..
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Bobbin, Tim, pseud. [Collier, John]; Bobbin, Tim, the Second, pseud. [Walker, Robert]: Miscellaneous Works [...] containing his View of the Lancashire Dialect, with large Additions and Improvements; also, his Poem of the Flying Dragon, and the Man of Heaton; Together with Other Whimsical Amusements in Prose and Verse. To which is added, a L Salford: printed by Cowdroy & Slack, 1812; [1811]. 8vo., pp. [ii], 240 + 19 plates; 89, [i] + 7 leaves of plates including portrait frontispiece. Title-page of the second work bound preceeding the first. A bit toned, some pages grubby, occasional marks and smudges, some marginal tears but no loss of text. Contemporary dark brown sheep, rebacked in mismatched purplish morocco, endpapers renewed. Rubbed, edges worn, corners fraying but still sound within its binding. Illegible ownership inscription to ffep. Originally issued in parts, contains two works generally found together: the first by Tim Bobbin, a pseudonym of the caricaturist and satirist John Collier (1708-1796); the second by 'Tim Bobbin the Second', Lancashire radical Robert Walker, first published in 1801. Tomlinson 51   Ref: 51267 
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Bonnell, Thomas F.: The Most Disreputable Trade. Publishing the Classics of English Poetry 1765-1810. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. First edition. 8vo., pp. xiv, 387. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, bumping to corners, edges lightly dusted, very good. Dust-jacket, very small closed tear to top edge of front cover, shelf wear to edges, very good.   Ref: 51905 
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