Logan, Oliver: The Venetian Upper Clergy in the 16th and Early 17th Centuries. A Study in Religious Culture. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press. 1996. First edition. 8vo., pp. x, 608. Green cloth, gilt title to spine and publisher's name to upper board, sticker residue to bottom of lower board by spine, light spotting to top and fore-edges of text block. No dust-jacket, as issued. Very good. Volume 68 in the series Texts and Studies in Religion. Ref: 45114
Machiavelli, Niccolo: (Byerley, J. Scott, ed.:) The Prince, From the Original Italian [...]: To Which is Prefixed an Introduction, Shewing the Close Analogy Between the Principles of Machiavelli and the Actions of Buonaparte. London: Sherwood, Neeley and Jones, 1815. Second edition. 8vo., pp. [ii], xii, xcv, [i], 211, [ix]. Publisher's catalogue to rear. A little sporadic foxing. Publisher's blue paper-covered boards, somewhat clumsily rebacked in dark brown sheep with paper label to spine. Worn, most of spine surface lost but binding holding firm. A good copy. Several ownership inscriptions to front paste-down: O.H.T. Dudley, 1899; R.H.D. Young; S.C.R. Parker, Sept. 1939. First edition thus originally published in 1810. Ref: 51215
Markham, Christopher A. & Cox, Rev. J. Charles (eds.:) The Records of the Borough of Northampton. Published by Order of the Corporation of the County Borough of Northampton, 1898. Limited edition. 2 vols. 8vo., pp. xxxv, 511; xii, 602. Title pages printed in red and black, a little browning to margins of text. Green cloth, black lettering to spine. Very slight dent to top edges, otherwise very good indeed. Ownership inscription "P.A. Slack" in pencil to f.f.e.p. dated 1970. No. 413 of 500 small paper copies. Ref: 35098show full image..
Merrills, A.H.: History and Geography in Late Antiquity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005. First edition. 8vo., pp. xiv, 390. Black cloth, gilt title to spine, a little dusting to edges, near fine. Dust-jacket, some shelf wear, very good. Ref: 51942
Midgley, Margaret, (ed.): Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall 1296-1297. Vols. I & II. London: Offices of the Royal Historical Society, 1942; 1945. 2 vols., 8vo., pp.xxxix, [i], 150; vi, 151-342. Very slightly toned, edges and endpapers a little foxed. Purple cloth, gilt titles to spines. Spines and edges very faded, edges a little rubbed with head-caps starting to fray, still very good overall. Small bookseller's labels of A.J. Coombes of Dorking to each front paste-down. Illegible ownership inscription to vol. I. Ref: 52090
Mitterauer, Michael: (Chapple, Gerald, trans.:) Why Europe? The Medieval Origins of its Special Path. University of Chicago Press, 2010. 8vo., pp. xxiv, 406. Cream cloth, red title to spine. Headcap a little creased but still very good indeed overall. Ref: 51622
Morris, Rupert H: Chester in the Plantagenet and Tudor Reigns. Printed for the Author, n.d (1893?) 4to., pp. 583 + index. Illustration of Richard the Second frontispiece. 39 Illustrations throughout. A little spotting, not affecting text. Original red cloth, leather label, gold lettering to spine. Extremities bumped and frayed, a little soiled, label rubbed. Ownership inscriptions of Paul Slack and an Alan Bennett to f.f.e.p, and booksellers notes in pencil to paste down. Ref: 37922show full image..
Mosse, Fernand: Histoire de la Forme Periphrastique Etre + Participe Present en Germanique. Premiere Partie: Introduction Ancien Germanique - Vieil Anglais. Paris: Librairie C. Klinksieck, 1938. 8vo. Green cloth gilt, slight tape residue to spine. Library blind- and inked stamps throughout. Ref: 30983
Nicholas, David: The Van Arteveldes Of Ghent: The Varieties of Vendetta and the Hero in History. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1988. First edition. 8vo., pp. xx; 212. Internally bright and clean. Blue cloth, gilt title to spine. Top edge very slightly dusty, near fine. Light shelf-wear to dust-jacket but still very good indeed. Ref: 51857
Norwich, John Julius: The Normans in the South (1016-1130); The Kingdom in the Sun (1130-1194). London: Longmans, Green & Co.; Longman Group, 1967; 1970. First editions. 2 vols. 8vo., pp. xvi, 355, [i]; xv, [i] 426 + plates. Internally clean and bright. Black cloth, gilt labels to spines (purple to vol.I, orange to vol.II). A few light scratches to cloth, top edges a little dusty, very good. Vol. I signed and inscribed by the author. A few relevant newspaper-clippings loosely inserted. Scarce as single volumes, even rarer as author-inscribed first editions in their dust-jackets. Volume I is signed to the ffep with a dedication to Evelyn Jamison (1877-1972), doyenne of historians of medieval Italy. Ref: 51383