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Taylor, Frederick: Dresden: Tuesday 13 February 1945. London: Bloomsbury, 2004. First edition. 8vo., pp. xvi, [vi (maps)], 518, [iv] + plates. Hardback: black cloth, gilt-lettered to spine. Dust-jacket. 1cm tear to lower margin of one leaf, light toning towards page-edges, boards a little marked, dust-jacket creased to edges. Despite these small faults listed, still a very good copy.   Ref: 53561 
£10
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Thomson, Ann: Bodies of Thought: Science, Religion, and the Soul in the Early Enlightenment. Oxford University Press, 2008. First edition. 8vo., pp. [x], 293. Hardback: black cloth, gilt-lettered to spine. Dust-jacket. Very light shelf-wear only: a tiny dent to top board-edge, a little creasing to jacket, otherwise a fine, unused copy.   Ref: 53742 
£75
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Thomson, J. M. Archer & Andrews, A. W.: The Climbs on LLiwedd. London: Edward Arnold, 1909 Square 8vo. pp. xv, [1], 99, [1], with 27 photographic plates. Slight age browning, last verso a little dusty, minor marginal foxing in places. Original brown hardback (wallet binding with flap), dusty. Inscription CM Berwick(?) 1939 to ffep. The first Climbers' Club rock climbing guide, copiously illustrated and with a 'list of the climbs on Lliwedd', a mountain of North Wales connected with Snowdon. Neate Q247.   Ref: 53767 
£70
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Tinniswood, Adrian: The Verneys: A True Story of Love, War and Madness in Seventeenth-Century England. London: Jonathan Cape, 2007. First edition. 8vo., pp. xxii, 570 + plates. Hardback: black cloth, silver-lettered to spine, Dust-jacket, lightly sun-faded and creased with moderate shelf-wear. From the library of Prof. William Lamont, without written evidence of ownership but with his pen-scoring to outer margins against passages of particular interest.   Ref: 53729 
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Trexler, Richard C.: Religion in Social Context in Europe and America, 1200-1700. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002. 8vo., pp. 590. Hardback. Dust-jacket. New: unopened in publisher's shrink-wrap.   Ref: 53391 
£15
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Tyacke, Nicholas: Anti-Calvinists. The Rise of English Arminianism, c. 1590-1640. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1987. First edition. 8vo., pp. viii, 305. Hardback: dark blue cloth, gilt-lettered, spine slightly cocked, top corners lightly bumped, otherwise very good. Dust-jacket, light shelf-wear with a touch of creasing to edges, still very good. From the library of William Lamont, with his (in this case almost illegible) signature to ffep. In the series of Oxford Historical Monographs.   Ref: 53744 
£95
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Wolmar, Christian: Blood, Iron & Gold: How the Railways Transformed the World. London: Atlantic Books, 2009. First edition. 8vo., pp. xxv, 373 + colour plates. 7 maps. A few pages at rear mildly creased to bottom margin, otherwise pristine. Hardback: burgundy cloth, gilt-lettered to spine, small indent to upper top edge, otherwise fine. Dust-jacket, lightly creased to sedges, very good.   Ref: 53578 
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Worden, Blair: Roundhead Reputations. The English Civil Wars and the Passions of Posterity. London: Penguin Books Ltd., 2001. First edition. 8vo., pp. xii, 386. Hardback: black cloth, gilt-lettered to spine, fine. Dust-jacket, light shelf-wear only, very good. Author's presentation inscription to William Lamont to ffep, with an accompanying signed note loosely inserted.   Ref: 53737 
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Worsfold, J.N.: The Vaudois of Piedmont: a Visit to their Valleys, with a Sketch of Their Remarkable History as a Church and People. London: J. F. Shaw & Co., 1873. First edition. 8vo., pp. viii, 134, 16 + map frontispiece, publisher's catalogue at rear. Frontispiece partly detached, a little light toning. Original publisher's green cloth, gilt, head and foot of spine a bit rubbed. Bookplate of the Church Association Library to front pastedown, their stamp at head of title, modern label of the Latimer Collection to ffep. The first edition of this 'topographical' history of the Waldenses to the 19th century, narrated through a journey undertaken by the author through Piedmont, their place of origin. The author, Rev. J.N. Worsfold, was Vicar of Christ Church, London. Bibliografia Valdese n.93.   Ref: 53766 
£30
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Yates, Frances A.: Allegorical Portraits of Queen Elizabeth I at Hatfield. London: designed and printed by A.W. Mycroft, n.d. [c.1952]. Pamphlet, pp. [viii]. Cream paper covers printed in black and yellow. Covers a little toned but still very good. Hatfield House Booklet No. 1.   Ref: 52179 
£15
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