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Author Title Year Price
[GIBSON (Dr. Edmund) Bishop of London.]
The Case of the Methodists Briefly Stated; More particularly in the Point of Field-Preaching.
1744 £695.00
Farewell to the Bonnets of Blue. By a bit-by-bit Freeholder, but a thorough Reformer.
1855 £11.00
A Full and Particular Account of a Dreadful Flood which took place in the River Froome on Friday last; giving a further Account of the Distress it occasioned to the Inhabitants of the Broad and Narrow Weirs, and places adjacent.
1823 £110.00
A Full and Particular Account of the Dreadful Damages that has been done during the past Week by the Tremedous [sic] Hurricanes that have prevailed during the same; giving a further Account of the number of Lives lost, Houses blown down, Trees torn up by the Roots, &c. &c.
1821 £110.00
Potteries Congregational Mission Chapel. A a series of special religious services will be conducted in the above Chapel by Mr. Blackburn, on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Evenings, which you are affectionately and earnestly invited to attend. Service to commence at Seven o'clock.
1850 £20.00
Ladies' Association for the Promotion of Female Education in India and other heathen countries, in connection with the missions of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Leaflets, no.71-Progress in 1883.
1883 £35.00
HINDLEY (Charles)
The History of the Catnach Press, at Berwick-upon-Tweed, Alnwick and Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in Northumberland, and Seven Dials, London.
1887 £45.00
At a General Court Martial, held at Dover Castle, on the 16th March 1812... Ensign John Haugh, of the 3rd Royal Lancashire Militia, was arraigned upon the undermentioned Charges... [General order number 238].
1812 £75.00
Christ, The Pilgrim's Guide thro' Death.
1810 £20.00
The Spiritual Coronation.
1810 £20.00
RICHARDS (R.) Printseller.
The following Prints, plain, or neatly painted on Glass, fit for Furniture, or Merchants for Exportation, representing the History of our Saviour, from his Birth to his Resurrection, are sold by R. Richards, Printseller, next the Cross Keys Tavern, Holborn.
1780 £150.00
RICKARDS (Maurice)
Collecting Printed Ephemera.
1988 £19.00
This is to give notice, That the Stage Waggon, lately kept by Mr. Mark Spicer goes from Wells to Bristol every Monday and Thursday : and from Bristol to Wells every Tuesday and Fryday. Goods taken in at the Three Kings, St. Thomas-Street, as usual, and at the Globe in Wells. Those who please to favour him with the Carriage of Goods, may depend on great Care being taken, and greatly oblige their most obedient Servant, John Saunders. Wells, December 12, 1773.
1773 £100.00
On Lord's Day, June 25th, 1826, Two Sermons will be Preached at the Baptist Meeting-House, Shirley-Street, in Aid of the Sunday Schools Belonging to that Place, by the Rev. William Hood, of Solihull... The following hymns will be sung in the course of each service...
1826 £35.00
The Victory; or, the Captain Done Over.
1830 £20.00
Wiltshire Lieutenancy. Plan for Establishing a System of Communication Throughout the County of Wilts. Adopted by a General Meeting of the Lieutenancy of the said County, held at the Town-Hall in Devizes, on Thursday the 14th of July, 1803.
1803 £175.00