PRINTED

Printed pamphlet: 'The Piety of Christian Faith. A Sermon Preached in the Church of St. Osburg, Coventry. On the Occasion of the Fiftieth Anniversary of its Consecration, Sunday, September 1, 1895.'

Author: 
Right Rev. John Cuthbert Hedley, O.S.B., Bishop of Newport and Menevia [ Church of St Osburg, Coventry ]
Publication details: 
London and Leamington: Art and Book Company, 1895.
£80.00

23pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In blue printed wraps. In good condition, lightly aged and worn, in chipped wraps. Drophead title, p.3: 'St. Osburg's Jubilee Celebration.' No copy found on OCLC WorldCat.

Printed pamphlet: 'The Papal and Royal Supremacies Contrasted. A Lecture delivered in St. George's Catholic Church, Southwark, On Sunday, the 12th of May, 1850.

Author: 
Right Rev. N. Wiseman, D.D. Bishop of Melipotamus, V. A. L. [ Nicholas Wiseman, Archbishop of Westminster ]
Publication details: 
London: Thomas Richardson and Son, 172, Fleet Street. [ 1850. ] Printed by Richardson and Son, Derby.
£50.00

48pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. Faint ownership inscription of 'S Jenkins' at head of title. Preface by the author, dated from 'London, May 17, 1850.' Now scarce.

Printed pamphlet: 'The Home and Church of St. Gregory the Great.' [ With eight plates. ]

Author: 
Rt. Rev. T. B. Snow, O.S.B.[ Church of St Gregory the Great, Rome ]
Publication details: 
'Reprinted from the Downside Review.' Printed by the Western Chronicle Company, Limited, Yeovil. 1890.
£90.00

24pp., 8vo. With frontispiece and seven plates. In grey printed wraps. Disbound. In good condition, with light signs of age and wear. The only copy on COPAC at Aberdeen, and now scarce.

Printed pamphlet: 'Jubilee of Catholic Emancipation. A Paper, read in the Assembly Rooms, Bath, before the Members of the Bath Catholic Assocation. May 12th, 1879.'

Author: 
Right Rev. Dr. Sweeney, O.S.B., Abbot of St. Alban's [ James Norbert Sweeney ]
Publication details: 
London: Burns and Oates. Bristol: Austin and Oates. 1879.
£65.00

32pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. With printed front wrap only on brown paper. In good condition, lightly aged and worn, but with the first 16pp. detached from the rest. Copies on COPAC at only three locations: BL, Oxford and Cambridge.

Printed pamphlet: 'Decision in Doctrine. A Sermon preached by the Right Rev. John Cuthbert Hedley, D.D., O.S.B., Bishop of Newport, in the Church of St. John the Evangelist, Bath, on the occasion of the Re-opening of the Church, 18th November, 1900.'

Author: 
Right Rev. John Cuthbert Hedley, D.D., O.S.B., Bishop of Newport [ Church of St. John the Evangelist, Bath ]
Publication details: 
Printed by Love & Wyman, Ltd., Great Queen Street, London, W.C. [ 1900. ]
£50.00

16pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In grey printed wraps. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Only two copies on OCLC WorldCat.

Printed pamphlet: 'Funeral Oration of the Reverend Father Dom J. L. Shepherd Monk of the English-Benedictine Congregation, delivered [...] in the Abbatial Church of St. Mary, Stanbrook, February IV. MDCCCLXXXV.'

Author: 
R. R. John C. Hedley, D.D. O.S.B. Bishop of Newport and Menevia [ Dom J. L. Shepherd ]
Publication details: 
Printed at St. Mary's Abbey, Stanbrook, Worcester. 1885.
£50.00

[2] + 21pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In grey printed wraps. In good condition, lightly aged, in chipped wraps. Now scarce.

Printed pamphlet: 'Weld Sermon | Downside Abbey | 1902'

Author: 
Right Rev, J. C. Hedley, O.S.B. Lord Bishop of Newport [ The Abbey Church, Downside ]
Publication details: 
[ The Secretary, Downside Abbey, Bath. ] Art and Book Company, Printers, Leamington. [ 1902. ]
£65.00

23pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In good condition, lightly aged. Scarce: no copy traced on COPAC.

Printed pamphlet: 'The Blessings of the Calvary on the Grace Dieu Rocks. A Sermon preached on the Occasion by Dom. W. Bernard Ullathorne.

Author: 
Dom. W. Bernard Ullathorne [ Charles Dolman, London printer; Grace Dieu Manor, Leicestershire ]
Publication details: 
London: Charles Dolman, 61, New Bond Street, 1843.
£50.00

[2] + 20pp., 8vo. Disbound. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. Ownership inscription at head of title: 'Revd. R. A. Marsh | Wappenbury'. Now scarce.

Printed pamphlet: 'Diocesan Seminaries and the Education of Ecclesiastical Students.'

Author: 
Francis A. Bourne, Rector of St. John's Diocesan Seminary, Wonersh, Guildford
Publication details: 
London: Burns & Oates, Limited. New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers.[ 1893. ]
£50.00

66pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In fair condition, on lightly-aged paper, but with the cover and first 16pp. separated from the rest; in worn binding with damage to spine. Two page preface by 'F. A. B.' Divided into four sections: 'Some Remarks on the Proposed Establishment of a Central Seminary', 'An Alternative Policy and Its Feasibility', 'Our Resources and our Models' and 'On the Separate Education of Ecclesiastical Students'. Now scarce.

Printed pamphlet: 'The Pope and the Revolution: A Sermon, preached in the Oratory Church, Birmingham, on Sunday, October 7, 1866.

Author: 
John Henry Newman, D.D.
Publication details: 
London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer. 1866.
£80.00

48pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In fair condition, lightly aged, but with the spine strengthened with stitching in white thread. Now uncommon.

Printed pamphlet: 'Agriculture'.

Author: 
Peter Kropotkin [ James Tochatti, Liberty Press, Chiswick ]
Publication details: 
London: Printed and Published by James Tochatti, "Liberty" Press, Chiswick, W. 1896.
£65.00

18 + [2]pp., 8vo. Disbound. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Two pages of advertisements at rear: the first carrying a list of titles in the 'Liberty Bookshelf' series, the second listing 'Liberty Pamphlets'. Now uncommon.

Printed pamphlet: 'The Priory of the Blessed Virgin and Saint James, Birkenhead. A Paper, read before the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 20th March, 1890.'

Author: 
Charles Aldridge, F.R.I.B.A. [ The Priory of the Blessed Virgin and Saint James, Birkenhead ]
Publication details: 
Liverpool: Printed by Thomas Brakell Limited, 58, Dale Street, 1892.
£65.00

20pp., 8vo. With eleven plates, one of them a double. Stitched and unbound. Grey paper front cover with title present, but lacking rear cover. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn, with stitching added to strengthen spine. Tastefully presented. Begins: 'As an architect resident in Birkenhead for nearly twenty years, I have naturally taken considerable interest in the one relic of antiquity in that most modern of English towns.

[ County Fire Office and Provident Life Office, London, ] Four printed items (proposals, notice) and four manuscript items, including three Autograph Letters Signed from Managing Director J. T. Barber Beaumont to Sir John Edward Harington.

Author: 
County Fire Office and Provident Life Office, London [ John Thomas Barber Beaumont (1774-1841), artist and philanthropist; Sir John Edward Harington (1760-1831), 8th Baronet, of Ridlington ]
Publication details: 
County Fire Office and Provident Life Office, London, Between 1817 and 1828.
£100.00

Eight items. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Beaumont's entry in the Oxford DNB explains the background: 'In 1806 Barber successfully launched the Provident Life Office, and in the following year the County Fire Office. With the support of landed gentry and West End bankers, the County grew within twenty years to become the fifth largest fire insurer in Britain.

Anonymous pamphlet in illustrated wraps: 'Irish National Church in Honour of Saint Patrick, Rome.'

Author: 
[ St Patrick's Church, Rome; Browne and Nolan, Printers, Dublin; Patrick Glynn of Limerick ]
Publication details: 
Browne and Nolan, Printers, Dublin. [ Circa 1887. ]
£120.00

32pp., 8vo. Stitched. With leaf tipped-in carrying a one-page addendum transcript of a 'Letter from His Eminence Cardinal Manning', 1887. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. In illustrated wraps printed in green and yellow, the front cover carrying an illustration of 'St. Patrick receiving the Commission at Rome from Pope Celestine I. to preach the Gospel to the Irish People'; the back cover with illustration of 'St. Patrick preaching to the Irish Chieftains at Tara'. Over the last five pages, in small type, is a 'List of Contributors'.

Printed pamphlet: 'A Vindication of the Catholic Religion; in Reply to the Speech of Captain Gordon, delivered in Brunswich Place Chapel, March 2, 1831.

Author: 
[ Charles Larkin ] [ E. Mackenzie, Jun., Printer, Newcastle upon Tyne; Captain James Edward Gordon, Secretary, The British Reformation Society ]
Publication details: 
Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed and published by E. Mackenzie, Jun. 129, Pilgrim Street. 1831.
£180.00

59 + [1]pp., 8vo. Stitched and disbound. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn. The author is not named on the title-page, but the text ends, p.59, with the signature in type of 'CHARLES LARKIN.' The final page carries a list of 'Errata'.

Printed pamphlet: 'A Full and Authentic Report of the Great Catholic Meeting, which took place in the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Monday, November the 23rd, 1835.'

Author: 
'Reported by Mr. W. Pare short-hand writer' [ Great Catholic Meeting, Town Hall, Birmingham, 1835 ]
Publication details: 
Birmingham: Printed and published by R, P. Stone, 36, Bull-street. And sold by Keating and Brown, Booker and Andrews, London: Rockliff and Duckworth, Liverpool; Lynch, Manchester; Bridgen, Wolverhampton; Crow, Worcester. [ 1835. ]
£90.00

48pp., 8vo. Disbound. In good condition, lightly aged and worn. Dedication, on reverse of title, from 'The Catholics of Birmingham' to 'The Liberal Protestants of Birmingham'. Now scarce.

[ Chaitanya Library, Calcutta; pamphlet; Inscribed by American Consul-General ] Report of the Chaitanya Library and Beadon Square Literary Club 1900-1902

Author: 
[ Chaitanya Library, Calcutta ]
Publication details: 
Printed at the Calcutta Press, 29, Musjidbari Street, Calcutta [1903].
£500.00

56pp., 8vo, green printed wraps, foxed. Very scarce. No copy recorded on WorldCat or COPAC. Lists Patrons and Vice-Patrons, the Managing Committee; gives a "Review of Work, an Appendix with a list of Permanent Members (mainly Indian names), (Appendix B) a list of Honorary Members, (Appendix C) detailed list of lectures given 1900-1903, (Appendix D) Medals awarded, (Appendix E) List of Newspapers and Magazines, (Appendix F) contributors of books and newspapers. Followed by Statements of Receipts and Disbursements, Report of the 12th Anniversaary Meeting. pp.32-56.

[ Victorian assizes on the Oxford Circuit, 1891-1899. ] Nine printed Calendars of Prisoners, for trial at seven Assizes and three Quarter Sessions, at Gloucester, Hereford, Stafford and Worcester. With annotations by the future Sir Richard Harington.

Author: 
Oxford Circuit, 1891-1899; Victorian assizes and quarter sessions in Gloucester, Hereford, Stafford and Worcester [ Sir Richard Harington (1861-1931) of Ridlington, 12th Baronet ]
Publication details: 
Between 1891 and 1899. One Gloucester catalogue by John Bellows; one Hereford catalogue by S. Adams; two Stafford catalogues by Wright & Roberts; five Worcester catalogues by Deighton and Co.
£650.00

Nine 4to calendars of prisoners at six assizes and three quarter sessions at the following locations on the Oxford Circuit between 1891 and 1899: Gloucester (1), Hereford (1), Stafford (2), Worcester (5). Each of the nine is stapled and unbound. ONE: County of Hereford, Autumn Assizes, December 1891, [8]pp. TWO: County of Worcester and City of Worcester, and County of the same City, Winter Assizes, February 1895, [2] + 9pp. THREE: County of Stafford, Winter Assizes, March 1895, [2] + 13pp. FOUR: County of Stafford, Autumn Assizes, November 1895, [2] + 21pp.

[ Victorian Oxford Circuit. ] Printed: 'County of Worcester. | A Calendar of Prisoners for Trial at The Michaelmas Quarter Sessions of the Peace' [...] Before John William Willis Bund, Esq., Chairman, Richard Holmden Amphlett, Esq., Vice-Chairman.'

Author: 
John William Willis Bund; Richard Holmden Amphlett; Oxford Circuit; County of Worcester Michaelmas Quarter Sessions, 1896
Publication details: 
To be held at the County Hall, Worcester, on Monday, the 19th day of October, 1896. Printed by Deighton and Co., High Street, Worcester.
£100.00

[2] + 19pp., 4to. Unbound and stapled. In fair condition, on aged paper with rusted staples. The calendar is divided into fourteen columns (the last five blank), and gives details of name of prisoner, age, trade, 'Degree of Instruction', details of committing magistrate, date of warrant, date of receipt into custody, details of 'Offence as charged in the Commitment'. It provides an interesting insight into social history.

[ Charles L. Woodward, New York bookseller. ] Printed catalogue: 'Bibliotheca Bloodandthunder | No. 3. | Trials and kindred Literature, for sale by Charles L. Woodward, Dealer in Rare Books and Pamphlets relating to America, 78 Nassau St., New York'.

Author: 
Charles L. Woodward, New York bookseller [ Bibliotheca Bloodandthunder ]
Publication details: 
Charles L. Woodward, 78 Nassau Street, New York. Undated [ late nineteenth century ].
£150.00

18pp., 8vo. Disbound. In fair condition, on aged and brittle paper. 404 items in double column. First page headed 'IX. LXXX. XVII.' An interesting collection of Americana. First entry: 'ABBOT, LIEUT. JOEL. Naval Court Martial. Scandalous Conduct. Printed from Official Record on file in Navy Department. 8vo, pp. 152. Washington, 1822. 75 [cents] | Another, Reported by F. W. Waldo, to which is added an Appendix, containing Sundry Documents in Relation to Management of Affairs on Boston Station. 8vo, pp. 237, boards, uncut. Boston, 1822. 1 00 [i.e. one dollar]'. Last entry: 'ZANE, SARAH.

[ London and Cambridge Junction Canal. ] Five items: four printed circulars including 'Data upon which the Company have founded their Calculations' and 'Plan Explanatory', both with engraved maps, and ALS from director 'Lieut. Col. Duckett, M.P.'

Author: 
London and Cambridge Junction Canal [ Sir George Duckett (1777-1856), 2nd Baronet; John Rennie; Stort Navigation; Sir John Edward Harington of Ridlington ]
Publication details: 
London and Cambridge Junction Canal. 1811 to 1813. Printers: S. Goswell, Printer, Little Queen Street, London; G. Mills 51 Nelson Sqr. Blackfriars; The Philanthropic Society, St. George's Fields'.
£750.00

Five items, the first four printed and the fifth an ALS. Four of them in good condition, with light signs of age; the fifth (Item Two below) somewhat aged and worn. An account of this abortive scheme – first proposed in 1758 – is to be found on pp.424-427 of Joseph Priestley's 'Historical Account of the Navigable Rivers, Canals, and Railways, of Great Britain' (1831). The scheme finally failed in 1832, when the bank of Sir George Duckett (see Item Five below) failed, and he became bankrupt. Only the Stort Navigation was completed. ONE: 'London and Cambridge Junction Canal.

[ The Gryphon Club, debating society of Trinity College, Oxford. ] Printed 'Rules of the Gryphon Club, (Founded November, 1881,) Trinity College, Oxford.'

Author: 
Gryphon Club, debating society of Trinity College, Oxford, founded in 1881
Publication details: 
[ Trinity College, Oxford. ] January, 1883.
£350.00

1p., 4to. On leaf of wove paper. In fair condition, lightly-aged and creased at foot and corners. Pleasingly laid out, in small print, with vignette of dolphin at top right. Fifteen rules, beginning with '1. - The Society shall be called THE GRYPHON CLUB, and shall have for its object the holding of debates and the reading of Papers on any subject.' The Grypho debating society n is one of the college's oldest established societies. No other copy traced, either on OCLC WorldCat or on COPAC.

[ Ely and Littleport Riots, 1816. ] Printed pamphlet: 'An Account of the Trials and Execution of the Ely and Littleport Rioters in 1816. By C. Johnson, (Lay Clerk of Ely Cathedral.)

Author: 
C. Johnson, (Lay Clerk of Ely Cathedral) [ Ely and Littleport Riots, 1816; Shelton, Tibbitts & Co., Printers, Ely, Lincolnshire ]
Publication details: 
Ely: C. Johnson, Bookseller and Stationer, High Street. 1893. [ Shelton, Tibbitts & Co., Printers, Ely. ]
£56.00

[2] + 77 + [7] pp., 12mo. In grey printed wraps with alternative title: 'An Account of the Ely and Littleport Riots, 1816. By C. Johnson.' Heavily aged and worn, in chipped worn wraps, with rusted staples. Seven pages of advertisements by various Ely firms at rear, including a full-page advertisent for the volume's 'Artistic Printers' ('Your Business is estimated by the Quality of the Printing you use.'). Now scarce.

[ Low Moor Explosion, Bradford, 1916. ] Printed handbill poem: 'The Yorkshire Munitions Disaster. A descriptive Poem on the Munitions Disaster, which occurred on August 21st, 1916, resulting in loss of life and destruction of property.'

Author: 
Ben Norton, The Yorkshire Poet [ Low Moor Explosion, Bradford, 1916; Blackburn & Co., Printers, Leeds ]
Publication details: 
Copyright. Price one penny. Wholesale, or Retail from the Author: Ben Norton, Newsagent, 17, Alexandra Road, Leeds. Blackburn & Co., Printers, 188, Cardigan Road, Leeds. [ 1916. ]
£150.00

4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. Heavily creased and worn. A large number of Norton's productions are listed on the front and back pages. Eleven eight-line stanzas. The poem, which does not mention Bradford once, begins: 'On the 21st of August, | In the year nineteen-sixteen, | A great munition works in Yorkshire | Was a busy, lively scene.

[ Alberta Vickridge edits and Dorothy Una Ratcillfie contributes. ] Number of the poetry-magazine 'The Jongleur', inscribed by contributor H. W. Elgee.

Author: 
Alberta Vickridge, editor of 'The Jongleur', Bradford, Yorkshire [ Harriet Wragg Elgee; Dorothy Una Ratcliffe; Wilfred Rowland Childe; Jessie Hare Wakefield; A. W. Housman ]
Publication details: 
No. 11. Autumn 1929. Printed and published at Beamsley House, Frizinghall, Bradford.
£80.00

[28] pp., 8vo. Stitched into grey printed wraps. In fair condition, on aged and worn paper, in like wraps. Inscribed at head of front cover: 'To Miss Sylvester | from | H. W. Elgee'. The contributors are listed on the reverse of the title: 'William W. Addison, F. A. Carter, Wilfred Rowland Childe, Marygold Cecilia Crowe, H. W. Elgee, L. Hearle; Edith M. Johnes, S. Matthewman, Margaret Ormiston, Ierne Ormsby, Dorothy Una Ratcliffe, Isobel Stone, Alberta Vickridge, Jessie Hare Wakefield, Vera Wheatley, Irene Wintle.

[ Sir Allan Wolsey Cardinall. ] Printed bibliography: 'A Gold Coast Library by A. W. Cardinall, F.R.G.S., F.R.A.I., Author of "Natives of the Northern Territories of the Gold Coast."'

Author: 
A. W. Cardinall, F.R.G.S., F.R.A.I. [ Sir Allan Wolsey Cardinall (1887-1956); the Gold Coast; Ghana; Africa; African ]
Publication details: 
Francis Edwards, 83, High Street, Marylebone, London, W.1. 1924.
£120.00

36pp., 12mo. Stapled in grey printed wraps. On worn and aged paper. A list of 791 titles, with commentary and index. In an introductory paragraph Cardinall explains that as 'the Gold Coast is merely a conventional term for a portion of Western Africa which belongs to the British Crown, and has no definite boundaries save arbitrary ones of European agreement', it is 'impossible to confine oneself to works dealing exclusively with that portion of the world which we know as the Gold Coast.

[ Honolulu imprint; pamphlet ] A Memorandum. "For Private Circulation and Not for Publication".

Author: 
Walter F. Dillingham [See Wikipedia]
Publication details: 
Honolulu, Hawaii, 1932.
£350.00

Pamphlet, [12]pp., inclusive of printed beige (unless aged white) wraps, poor condition, frayed crumbling edges, closed tears, but text complete. I.e. requires binding. Manuscript note on title, "The truth about the Massie Fortesque Case" with illegible initials. With: typed biography of the author, Walter Francis Dillingham, Hawaiian entrepreneur and statesman, known by some as "Mr Hawaii". Scarce; copies held only by Oregon and Honolulu libraries (WorldCat).

[ Home Office Departmental Committee on the Baronetage, 1907. ] Nine items (eight printed and one TLS), including reports, notes, and a pamphlet, from papers of Committee-member Sir Richard Harington.

Author: 
Home Office Departmental Committee on the Baronetage, 1907; Standing Council of the Baronetage, London; Sir Richard Harington (1835-1911) of Ridlington, 11th Baronet
Publication details: 
Home Office Departmental Commitee on the Baronetage, 1907. Standing Council for the Baronetage, London..
£650.00

The nine items are in good condition, lightly aged and worn. They derive from the papers of Sir Richard Harington of Ridlington, and reflect his dual position as a leading member of the Standing Council of the Baronetage, and a member of the Home Office Committee, which was set up to consider and report whether any, and if so what, steps should be taken to safeguard the status of the holders of Baronetcies, and to prevent the assumption of the title Baronet by persons who have no right thereto'.

[ The Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834 ] Printed 'Order for the keeping, examining, and auditing of the Accounts of the above Union, and of the several Parishes of which it is composed.

Author: 
J. G. S. Lefevre and Geo. Nicholls, Poor Law Commissioners [ Brixworth Union, Northamptonshire, Old or Wold Parish; Rev. Richard Harington; Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834 ]
Publication details: 
Poor Law Commission, London. [14] November 1835. [ London: Printed by William Clowes and Sons, 14, Charing Cross. ]
£400.00

A significant document, being the first government instruction manual for the completing of accounts folllowing the great changes ushered in by the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1834. 30pp., 8vo. Stitched and unbound. In fair condition, on aged and worn paper, with vertical closed tear to foot of first leaf. Embossed seal on red paper of the Poor Law Commission of England and Wales on front page, together with red 'Office Copy' stamp. The word 'Brixworth' has been added in manuscript on the first page, with 'Old or Wold' above it.

[ Thames and Medway Canal Company, London. ] Five items: Autograph Letter Signed from chairman J. Moxon to Sir J. E. Harington, and four printed circulars, regarding 'commuting and clearing the whole incumbrance of debt on the undertaking'.

Author: 
Thames and Medway Canal Company, London [ John Moxon, Chairman; Edmund Collier, Clerk; Sir John E. Harington of Ridlington ]
Publication details: 
[ Thames & Medway Canal Office, No. 35, Great Winchester Street, London. ] Moxon's letter from 69 Old Broad Street, 19 May 1831. Two circulars of 7 and 18 May 1831; third circular relating to a meeting on 3 May 1831; fourth circular, 30 July 1831.
£500.00

The five items in good condition, lightly aged. ONE: ALS from 'J. Moxon' to Sir J. E. Harington. 2pp., 4to. On bifolium. Addressed, with three postmarks, on reverse of second leaf, to 'Sir John E. Harington Bart. | Berkeley Square'. Docketed on same page: 'Thames & Medway | Loans | to be kept by trustees. | refers to the Notes'. Thirty-eight lines, closely written.

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