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19th Century Stereographs of Chester, either photographs (11) or photogravures, most with captions, a few with annotations on reverse. (21)
Rev. H. Jutsum Jubilee Memorial being the Historical Sketch read by the Rev.H. Jutsum at the Celebration of the Jubilee of Tiviot Dale Wesleyan Chapel, H. Foggitt, Stockport, 1876, original gilt decorated cloth; photo montage as frontispiece; three litho plates (one folding). 104pp
Lady Newton The House of Lyme, from its Foundations to the end of the Eighteenth Century, Heinemann, 1917, and Lyme Letters 1660-1760, Heinemann, 1925; both in VG original gilt cloth bindings with coat of arms to front board, former uncut two sides and with fox marks to margins; complete with plates and folding pedigrees. (2)
William Arthur Shaw Manchester Old and New, Cassell & Co., 1894, tall quarto, three volume set, gilt cloth, VG; numerous illustrations by H.E. Tidmarsh
Brockbank Sketches of the Lives and Work of the Honorary Medical Staff of the Manchester Infirmary,1904; Science Lectures Delivered in Manchester 1873 and 1874, John Heywood, 1874; Manchester Faces and Places, Oct. 1890-1894 (in 2 volumes); & a related work. (5)
T. Swindells Chapters in the History of Eccles, James Wilkinson, 1914, original gilt cloth, some wrinkling to boards; and Manchester Streets and Manchester Men, 5 volume set, the Morten reprint, VG; ownership stamps to front endpapers.
L. MarionSpringall Labouring Life in Norfolk Villages 1834-1914, London, 1936, 1st Edition, original printed cloth, rear hinge weak, front endpaper removed, half-title foxed. 158pp incuding Map.
Thomas Rigby The Origin and the History of Co-Operation in Bury.....1855-1905, Bury, 1905, original cloth, gilt, somewhat faded, fine internally, b/w frontispiece. 111pp
Eric Dingwall & others The Haunting of Borley Rectory, 1956, 1st Edition in good d/w, 181pp; and Paul Tabori & Peter Underwood The Ghosts of Borley, 1973, 1st Edition in VG d/w, 240pp. (2)
Selection of Gaelic and Scots Dialect poetry 1909-1940, largely First Editions, including works by Albert Mackie, James Mackereth, Angus Robertson and Charles Murray. (7)