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1 BLAKE Solway Firth

BLAKE, BRIAN. The Solway Firth. Brian Blake. Robert Hale Limited, 63 Old Brompton Road, London S.W.7. (First published 1955) (The Regional Books Series). Octavo. Bound rust/orange cloth with gilt lettering on spine and gilt vignette on lower corner of front cover, red pencil page notes on rear free endpaper, otherwise good+ condition. Dust jacket worn at spine ends but protected in mylar sleeve. Inscription on front free endpaper: "To Sally & Milton [Carothers] as a memento of a day spent in the land of 'Milton's forefathers.' From A. T McGlasson Rotary Club of Annan." Pagination: x, 230pp, includes index and many black & white photo illustrations. 
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Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament: For the, ENGLAND & WALES.  PARLIAMENT.
2 ENGLAND & WALES. PARLIAMENT. Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament: For the
1646 Good Bound pamphlet Quarto, 14.3 x 19cm. London 
Very precise rules for Ordaining Ministers by "Classicall Presbyters," London, 1646


ENGLAND & WALES. PARLIAMENT. An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Assembled in Parliament: For the Ordination of Ministers By the Classicall Presbyters Within their respective Bounds for the severall Congregations in the Kingdom of England. Die Veneris 28. August. 1646. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, That this Ordinance for Ordination of Ministers be forth-with printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum. London printed for Iohn Wright at the Kings Head in the Old Bayley. 31 Aug. 1646. Quarto, 14.3 x 19cm. $175.00

Pamphlet bound in modern maroon leather looking cloth material with gilt title on front cover "An Ordinance," new endpapers with bookplate of M.S. Carothers on front paste-down endpaper, leaf numbers 163-166 written in old pen in top corner on recto of each leaf, "12" written at bottom of title, almost no foxing, clean. Title printed within simple woodcut border.

Collation: A1-4. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, 1-6pp. Wing E2000 with first e in "Veneris" printed upside down. Our copy has no colon between "London" and "printed." Online ESTC cit. no. R201075 with 15 libraries in the U.K. and 10 in the U.S. including 2 listings for Folger Shakespeare.

The pamphlet begins by identifying a Presbyter and Bishop as the same office: "Whereas the Presbyter, that is to say, Elder, and the Bishop, do in the holy Scripture intend and signifie one and the same Function..." The short work then goes on to give very specific rules for the examination of new ministers, including tryal preaching.
(16453) 
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3 GLADSTONE A.L., 3rd person, to Miss Macmillan, about a book. Dated 11 Downing S
1861 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. A.L., 3rd person. Autograph Letter as Chancellor of Exchequer, to Miss Macmillan, about a book. Dated 11 Downing Street, Whitehall, Oct. 14. 1861, re a book. 1 sheet 11.5 x 18.7cm, both sides. "11 Downing Street, Whitehall" printed in blue at top of recto. William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) British statesman, leader of the liberal party; prime minister (1868-74, 1880-85, 1886, 1892-94). 
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4 GLADSTONE A.N.S. TO Mr. Sullivan: "come at once."
19TH-ENG-MSS 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. A.N.S. TO Mr. Sullivan: "come at once." Dated "H C.H. 2. Dec. 10. 62" One sheet 24x18.8cm folded to form 12x18.8cm page, short note. William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) British statesman, leader of the liberal party; prime minister (1868-74, 1880-85, 1886, 1892-94). 
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5 GLADSTONE Speeches and Addresses Delivered at the Election of 1865. By the Righ
19TH-ENG-LOND-MURRAY 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. Speeches and Addresses Delivered at the Election of 1865. By the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer. "He'll shape his old course in a country new."--King Lear. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1865. Octavo. Disbound pamphlet sometime tipped into a very light green paper wrapper, small piece torn from near bottom rear corner, , wrapper soiled some, title page lightly soiled, pages lightly tanning. Pagination: (1) title, (1) contents, [1]-50pp. Includes: Speeches at Manchester, Liverpool, two at Newton, Chester, plus three short addresses. Signed at top of title page: "From the Author." William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) British statesman, leader of the liberal party; prime minister (1868-74, 1880-85, 1886, 1892-94). 
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6 GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. Rt. Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P. Engraved Portrait of Gladstone sitting at a desk with a feather pen in hand.
circa 1870 Matted and ready to frame. Prints 10 x 7 inches, 26 & 17cm. 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. Rt. Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P. Engraved Portrait of Gladstone sitting at a desk with a feather pen in hand. Circa 1870 Matted and ready to frame. Matte size: 10 x 12 inches, 25.3 x 30.3cm. Plate size: 10 x 7 inches, 26 & 17cm. "Engraved by G. J. Stodart, from a Photograph by Elliott & Fry." William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) British statesman, leader of the liberal party; prime minister (1868-74, 1880-85, 1886, 1892-94). 
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7 GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. The Latest and Best Portrait of William E. Gladstone Premier of Englan
circa 1892 Engraving from a newspaper, sometime mounted on heavier paper. Print 8? x 11? inches, 21.8 x 29cm. England 
GLADSTONE, WILLIAM EWART. The Latest and Best Portrait of William E. Gladstone Premier of England for the Fourth Time. 8? x 11? inches, 21.8 x 29cm. [circa 1892]. Engraving from a newspaper, sometime mounted on heavier paper. Engraving signed M.N.C. Quite a striking portrait. William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) British statesman, leader of the liberal party; prime minister (1868-74, 1880-85, 1886, 1892-94). 
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8 GUNSAULUS, FRANK WAKELEY. William Ewart Gladstone. A Biographical Study.
1898 riginally bound in maroon leather with gray cloth over boards and dulled gilt lettering and design on front cover, but rebacked by an amateur in maroon/brown cloth with pieces of original spine pasted over, covers soiled, bottom corners bumped, front endpapers contain bookplate of Louis Shores and 4 rubber stamps of his, also has the modern bookplate of M.S. Carothers, front endpapers split along hinge, light foxing, pages tanning some. Book Quarto Monarch Book Company, Chicago, Ill. 
GUNSAULUS, FRANK WAKELEY. William Ewart Gladstone. A Biographical Study. By Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus, D.D., President of the Amour Institute of Technology [4 lines] Manufactured and Sold by Monarch Book Company, Chicago, Ill. Philadelphia, Pa. (c1898). Quarto.

Originally bound in maroon leather with gray cloth over boards and dulled gilt lettering and design on front cover, but rebacked by an amateur in maroon/brown cloth with pieces of original spine pasted over, covers soiled, bottom corners bumped, front endpapers contain bookplate of Louis Shores and 4 rubber stamps of his, also has the modern bookplate of M.S. Carothers, front endpapers split along hinge, light foxing, pages tanning some. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, (1) dedication, (1) blank, (2) quotes, (1) preface, (1) blank, (2) contents, (2) illustrations, 17-384. Double frontispiece (i.e., illus. printed on both sides), many double-sided illustrated plates in text.

With author's inscription on front free endpaper: "Be sure that on life's common street Are crossways where God's chariots meet. Frank W. Gunsaulus For V C. Alderson."

Chapters include among others: Lord of the Treasury and Author; The Corn Law Agitation; The Valorous Churchman; Palmerston Overthrown; The Crimean War; A New Government; The Ionian Islands; The American Civil War; Scholar and Orator; Leader of the House of Commons; Gladstone and Disraeli; Derby-Disraeli Government; The "Alabama Claims"; The Irish Problem Again; and others.
(16805) 
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9 HUTTON Influence of Christianity Upon National Character Illustrated by t

HUTTON, WILLIAM HOLDEN. The Influence of Christianity Upon National Character Illustrated by the Lives and Legends of the English Saints Being The Bampton Lectures Preached before the University of Oxford in the year 1903. NY, Dutton, 1903, octavo, xiv (2) 385pp, index, bound publisher's gray cloth, fraying at spine ends, red leather title label mostly chipped away, top page edges gilt, deckle page edges, very light tanning of edges of pages, otherwise good condition. 
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10 HUTTON, JOSEPH. Man's Right and Privilege to Judge for Himself, and to be Judged by God Only.
1835 Disbound Pamphlet Pamphlet Octavo London 
HUTTON, JOSEPH. Man's Right and Privilege to Judge for Himself, and to be Judged by God Only. A Sermon Delivered at the Presbyterian Chapel, Carter-Lane, London, October 4th, 1835; Being the Day Chosen for the Celebration of the Third Centenary of the Reformation. By Joseph Hutton, LL.D. [4 lines scripture] London: Rowland Hunter, 72, St. Paul's Churchyard; John Mardon, St. Martin's-Le-Grand; and Miss Robinson, Leeds. 1835. Octavo.

Disbound pamphlet, light tanning of pages especially around edges. 32pp.

Joseph Hutton (1790-1860). A Sermon preached on the text of John 5:30, " I can of mine own self do nothing: as I hear I judge: and my judgement is just; because I seek not mine own will, but the will of the Father who hath sent me."
(15465) 
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11 JACKSON, THOMAS Wesleyan Conference, it Duties and Responsibilities: with A Vindication of Its Recent Acts of Discipline.
1849 Pamphlet London 
Re: the Expulsion of the "Fly-Sheet" writers from the Conference, London, 1849


JACKSON, THOMAS. Wesleyan Conference, it Duties and Responsibilities: with A Vindication of Its Recent Acts of Discipline. London, John Mason, 1849.

Pamphlet, lacking wrapper, title soiled some, light foxing. 71pp.

Jackson was president of the conference. The pamphlet concerns the expulsion of the "Fly-Sheet" writers from the conference.
(10941) 
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12 MARSHALL, EDWARD. Diocesan Histories. Oxford.
1882 bound blue cloth light foxing, bound blue cloth decorated with gold & black designs, cloth soiled some, rubbed at spine extremities and just starting to fray at spine ends and corners. book 12mo London, SPCK 
MARSHALL, EDWARD. Diocesan Histories. Oxford. London, SPCK, 1882, 12mo, iv, 301 (1) +4pp ads, folding map, light foxing, bound blue cloth decorated with gold & black designs, cloth soiled some, rubbed at spine extremities and just starting to fray at spine ends and corners. 
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13 SPENCER, THOMAS. What David Did: A Reply to the Queen's Letter. Containing Reasons for Declining to Urge upon the Parishioners of Hinton-Charterhouse a Collection in Behalf of the Society for Promoting the Building of Churches; and Pointing out to her Majesty's Ministers a More Excellent Way.
1845 Pamphlet Small octavo Bath, England 
Objections to the the Queen's request for collections re Dissenters. London, 1845.


SPENCER, THOMAS. What David Did: A Reply to the Queen's Letter. Containing Reasons for Declining to Urge upon the Parishioners of Hinton-Charterhouse a Collection in Behalf of the Society for Promoting the Building of Churches; and Pointing out to her Majesty's Ministers a More Excellent Way. By the Rev. Thomas Spencer, M.A., [4 lines] Twenty-Seventh Thousand. First Edition printed June, 1843. London: Charles Gilpin...John Chapman...and Samuel Gibbs...Bath. Price Twopence. 1845. [at bottom of title:] No. 19. Small octavo.$35.00

Pamphlet in sometime 20th century plain gray wrapper, foxing, a few dog-ears, very small library stamp at top of title. 16pp.

Thomas Spencer (1796-1853) "writer on social subjects; fellow of St. John's college, Cambridge, 1823; became a zealous social reformer in his curacy of Hinton Charterhouse, 1826-47; a keen opponent of slavery, the corn laws, intemperance, and pauperism; published pamphlets."--Concise DNB p1227. In this pamphlet the author objects to taking the collection requested by the Queen for several reasons, among them being that raising money for the teaching of the church catechism in school was not appropriate for a national school which would have dissenters in them, etc.
(13737) 
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Minutes of Several Conversations at the One Hundred and Thrity-fifth, WESLEYAN CONFERENCE.
14 WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. Minutes of Several Conversations at the One Hundred and Thrity-fifth
Wesleyan Conference Office 1878-1886 Cloth 12mo London 
WESLEYAN METHODIST. Minutes of Several Conversations at the One Hundred and Thirty-fifth [& 138th-141st, 143rd] Yearly Conference of the People Called Methodists, in the Connexion Established by the Late Rev. John Wesley.... London, Wesleyan Conference Office, 1878, 1881-1884, 1886. 6 vols., 12mo. 6 vols. one for each year, bound in publisher's brown cloth with gilt titles on spine and in blind on front covers, simple 19th century paper shelf number on spine, the 1878 & 1883 vols have the top 2cm of the spine strip chipped away, most of the vols are wearing through the cloth at the corners, yellow endpapers, all vols with a nice bookplate within fine decorative border of "Library of the General Baptist Chapel, St. Benedict's Square, Lincoln. Thomas Cooper Memorial." Contents clean. The contents includes obituaries and short biographies of ministers in Gt. Britain, Ireland & missionaries, lists of ministers in all churches, statistics, Methodist societies, large list of current ministers & missionaries(65pp). (17577) 
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15 WILLIS, R. Architectural History of Glastonbury Abbey. Read at the Annual Meetin
1866 Bound publisher's brown cloth top and bottom half inch of spine strip chipped away with surrounding edges of spine strip glued back down with flexible book repair glue, wearing through cloth at corners, rubbed and scuffed, rear endpaper cracked along hinge, endpapers foxing, occasional foxing of contents, contents mostly uncut. Octavo Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, and Co., 1866, octavo. 
WILLIS, R. Architectural History of Glastonbury Abbey. Read at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, at Dorchester, August 4, 1865. Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, and Co., 1866, octavo.

Bound publisher's brown cloth, top and bottom half inch of spine strip chipped away with surrounding edges of spine strip glued back down with flexible book repair glue, wearing through cloth at corners, rubbed and scuffed, rear endpaper cracked along hinge, endpapers foxing, occasional foxing of contents, contents mostly uncut.

Pagination: vii (1) 91pp; 8 plates (frontispiece plus 7 more plates at end of which one is folding), 2 cuts in text. 
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16 WOODRUFF, C. EVELEIGH, and WILLIAM DANKS. Memorials of the Cathedral & Priory of Christ in Canterbury. With Illustrations by Louis Weirter.
Louis Weirter 1912 bound dark blue cloth with slightly faded white le deckle page edges, some pages uncut, rubbed some, lightly soiled. Thick octavo 
WOODRUFF, C. EVELEIGH, and WILLIAM DANKS. Memorials of the Cathedral & Priory of Christ in Canterbury. With Illustrations by Louis Weirter. London, Chapman & Hall Ltd., 1912, thick octavo.

Pagination: xxi, 489 (1)pp; 97 illustration of which 33 are separate plates including frontispiece, indexr

Bound dark blue cloth with slightly faded white lettering on spine and brighter white vignette of the cathedral on front cover, deckle page edges, some pages uncut, rubbed some, lightly soiled. 
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