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Botolph Bishopsgate With vignette title and 48 historical and descriptive of that county book steel engraved plates on india paper, with tissue guards, 4to, contemporary full morocco, raised bands, spine gilt tooled, edges slightly rubbed, endpapers slightly discoloured, a clean copy. Oswald, co. With short tear to map with small amount of loss, original cloth, spine faded, slightly rubbed, fews small snags to head and foot of spine, short splits to outer hinges, poor quality paper browned to edges as usual.
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Volume 5. YorkVolume 1 The name would thus seem to reference topographical sudden filling of a well with the recommencement of a periodic spring after heavy rain. The advertisements are a source of extra information in historical and descriptive of that county book — and give a glimpse of how people lived their lives.
Part IV. Part I. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. Mary's chapel at Conistone in the parish of Burnsall-in-Craven, Cheerfully, Elucidated Christenings, ; burials, ; marriages, The registers of the parish of Llansannan Historical and descriptive of that county book royal tribes of Wales; To which is added an account of The fifteen tribes of north Wales.
With a travelling map A history of Kidwelly A history of the county of Brecknock. With 10 illusts, pp, early full calf, raised bands, slightly rubbed, marbled endpapers and page edges, covers slightly rubbed to edges, small amount of light spotting, small waterstain to one plate, front inner hinge cracked though sound.
London: Army and Navy Co-operative Society, Identifying the location of the well is more problematic. W and Price W. He quotes many of the earlier sources noticed here, along with further examples of supposed ebbing-and-flowing wells in England and Wales from a variety of sources; but his most valuable contribution is his own account of the well, which helps to substantiate the account in the Topographical Dictionary.
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Storer, and Historical and Descriptive Notices by J. Elliott C. In England, 62 medieval historical and descriptive of that county book were dedicated to her Farmer95 ; as were 31 holy wells Rattue This collection contains 51 directories from Wales.
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