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Minchinton, W.E.: Essays in Agrarian History. Volume I & Volume II. Newton Abbott: David & Charles, 1968. 2 vols. 253x164 mm, pp. 263; 315. Green cloth, very good. Dust-jacket slightly worn with some smudgy marks, but very good.   Ref: 39506 
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Montville, Joseph V. (ed.): History as Prelude. Muslims and Jews in the Medieval Mediterranean. Plymouth: Lexington Books, 2011. First edition. 8vo., pp. xvi, 192. Laminated pictoral boards, bottom corners, tail piece, and top edges lightly bumped, light dusting to edges, very good. No dust-jacket, as issued.   Ref: 52242 
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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: 37922  show full image..
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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 
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Mowbray, Donald & Purdie, Rhiannon & Wei, Ian P. (eds.): Authority & Community in the Middle Ages. Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing, 1999. First edition. 8vo., pp. xviii, 187. Black cloth, gilt lettered, bottom corner of lower board bumped, edges lightly dusted. Dust-jacket, bottom corner of back cover bumped, shelf wear. Very good. Author inscription of, " To Marie (Denley), With grateful thanks for all your support and encouragement. Alison (Renshaw)", to ffep.   Ref: 45902 
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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 
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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 
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Orridge, B. B.: Some Account of the Citizens of London and Their Rulers From 1060 to 1867. London: William Tegg, 1867. 8vo., pp. xxviii, 262, occasional light spotting. Publisher's maroon cloth gilt, ends of spine worn. Armorial bookplate of Ronald Ryall to front pastedown; Liverpool Library's stamp to title page.   Ref: 30360 
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Patterson, Robert B. (ed.): Earldom of Gloucester Charters. The Charters and Scribes of the Earls and Countesses of Gloucester to A.D. 1217. Oxford University Press, 1973. 4to., pp. xxiv, 205. Black cloth, gilt title to spine. Dust-jacket price-clipped, a little sun-faded, 15mm closed tear to top edge of upper cover, very good only. Previous owner's notes loosely inserted.   Ref: 42606 
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Paulus Diaconus; Lipsius, J: Pauli Warnefridi Langobardi Filii, Diaconi Foroiuliensis, De Gestis Langobardorum Libri VI. Ad MS, & Veterum Codicum Fidem Editi; De Recta Pronunciatione Latinae Linguae Dialogus. Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], Ex Officina Plantiniana, Apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1595; [c.1586]. 12mo., pp. [xii], 337, [i]; [ii], 96, [viii]. Woodcut device to title page of first work. Slightly toned with some occasional foxing, small scorch mark to text p.16 (no loss of sense), preliminary blanks and one leaf loosening. Some underlining to one page in second section. Later vellum, possibly retaining old boards, ink title to spine, Yapp edges, edges sprinkled red. Endcaps creased, a little darkened at fore-edge but otherwise bright, pastedowns lifting to reveal mauscript binder's waste. Some booksellers notes and a pasted catalogue entry to front paste-down. Two works bound together: the first is the major work of Paul the Deacon, his History of the Lombards, in an edition published by Plantin - the first edited by Fr. Linbenbrog; the second work is an anonymous edition of Lipsius's study on the correct pronunciation of Latin. Adams, p.499   Ref: 46592 
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