Provincial imprints

Provincial imprints (Total Items 18, Showing: 1 -> 8)

A letter to A.W. Hakewill, architect,
PUGIN, Augustus, Welby, A letter to A.W. Hakewill, architect, Salisbury: printed and published for the author, by W.B. Brodie and Co. 1835
ID No: 24724
250.00
A letter to the Reverend author of A Candid Inquiry into the democratic schemes of the Dissenters.
PARSONS, Edward,, A letter to the Reverend author of A Candid Inquiry into the democratic schemes of the Dissenters. Leeds: printed by Edward Baines, 1801, First edition.
ID No: 19160
65.00
A letter to the Reverend author of A Candid Inquiry into the Democratic Schemes of the Dissenters.
PARSONS, Edward: VINDEX,, A letter to the Reverend author of A Candid Inquiry into the Democratic Schemes of the Dissenters. Leeds: printed by Edward Baines. 1801
ID No: 23443
95.00
A letter to Thomas Sherlock Gooch, Esq. M.P.
COLLETT, Anthony, A letter to Thomas Sherlock Gooch, Esq. M.P. Halesworth: printed and sold by T. Tippell; sold also by Hatchard and Son, London. 1824
ID No: 25748
250.00
A plan for the employment of labourers,
CHAMBERLIN, W.H.,, A plan for the employment of labourers, Banbury: printed and sold by J.G. Rusher, at the office in Bridge-Street. n.d. [ca. 1819-1820]
ID No: 24325
95.00
A sermon, delivered in the parish church of Thrapston, in the county of Northampton;
HODSON, Septimus, A sermon, delivered in the parish church of Thrapston, in the county of Northampton; Wellingborough, printed by T. March, bookseller and binder. 1800, Only edition: very rare. Copies located at BL + NLS only.
ID No: 24592
135.00
An account of the rise and progress of the Unitarian doctrine;
ASHWORTH, John, An account of the rise and progress of the Unitarian doctrine; Rochdale: printed for the author; and sold by J. Westell: also by Rowland Hunter ..... and David Eaton; London. 1817, First edition.
ID No: 24709
125.00
An answer to an address from Charles Brooke, wool-broker,
GUY, Henry, An answer to an address from Charles Brooke, wool-broker, Chippenham: printed and sold by J.M. Coombs. 1802
ID No: 25359
325.00