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A briefe note of the benefits that grow to this Realm by the observation of Fish-Dayes.
ERSWICKE, Iohn, A briefe note of the benefits that grow to this Realm by the observation of Fish-Dayes. London printed for Tho. Bankes. 1642, First edition.
ID No: 27279
£1250.00
A farmer's letter to the True Briton.
PLOWSHARE, John, pseud.,, A farmer's letter to the True Briton. [London? 1752], Only edition.
ID No: 22910
£250.00
A maximum; or the rise and progress of famine.
GIFFORD, John,, A maximum; or the rise and progress of famine. London: J. Wright. 1801, First edition.
ID No: 25510
£150.00
An enquiry into the reasons of the advance of the price of coals, within seven years past.
ENQUIRY,, An enquiry into the reasons of the advance of the price of coals, within seven years past. London, printed for E. Comyns, under the Royal Exchange. 1739, First edition.
ID No: 27091
£275.00
History of prices since the year 1850.
MULHALL, Michael George,, History of prices since the year 1850. London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1885, First edition.
ID No: 27704
£95.00
On the causes of the progressive depreciation of the price of grain prior to the late scarcity;
ON THE CAUSES,, On the causes of the progressive depreciation of the price of grain prior to the late scarcity; Madras: printed at the Church Mission Press, 1834, First edition.
ID No: 5000
£250.00
On the probabilities of survivorships between two persons of any given ages,
MORGAN, William, On the probabilities of survivorships between two persons of any given ages, [London, ca. 1788]*, First separate edition of each (these are not extracts from the Transactions): very rare.
ID No: 19368
£600.00
Orders appointed by his Maiestie to be straightly observed, for the preventing and remedying of the dearth of graine and other victuall.
ENGLAND: JAMES I,, Orders appointed by his Maiestie to be straightly observed, for the preventing and remedying of the dearth of graine and other victuall. Imprinted at London by Bonham Norton, and John bill, printers to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie. 1622, First published in 1608, this is the 2nd printing.
ID No: 23785
£750.00