Land des Verkäufers
University Press, Leeds, 1967
NY Oxford Univ Press 1966., 1966
Caxton, 2001, 2001
Chatham Publishing, 1997, 1997
large format [29x25cm]. 160 pages. ISBN 1861761171 . a little marking to the front free end-paper, otherwise a fine copy in the dust-jacket, slightly faded on the spine and lower edge. a volume in Chatham's "Blueprint" series, including numerous reproductions of plans from ships of the period. 019 1502. Artikel-Nr.: GARDINER013304.
Chatham Publishing, 1998. 1861760639, 1998
London: Chatham Publishing, 1997, London, 1997
London: Chatham Publishing, 1997, 1997
Hardcover. Original Cloth. Fine/Fine. First Edition. 4to. 192pp. Illustrated throughout with emphasis on the contemporary and original. One of the Chatham Pictorial Histories Series. Excellent copy. Fine. 1st Edition. Fine. Artikel-Nr.: 000677.
London: Chatham Publishing, 1996, London, 1996
Original Cloth. Original Cloth. Fine/Fine. First Edition. 4to. 192pp. Illustrated throughout. The second volume in the Chatham Pictorial Histories Series. Excellent copy. Fine. First Edition. Fine. Artikel-Nr.: 000678.
London: Chatham Publishing, 1998, London, 1998
oxford university press 1966, 1965
Chartwell Books, 2000
London: Conway Maritime Press, 1991
Hardback. Please note that at 1.4Kg. this book will require additional postage outside of the UK. | Dust Wrapper over Black boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. 11" x 8". 256pp. Index. | First Edition (First Printing). Includes: Black & white profiles; Black & white photographs; Tables; Cutaways; Need further photos or information? Just use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I’ll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the bucolic paradise of Peasedown St. John, near Bath in England from a long-established bookseller - your purchase guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! Buying this book means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Very Good - in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Artikel-Nr.: 187074.
Conway Maritime Press 1995, London, 1995
Conway Maritime London, 1992
Pappband mit Umschlag-O. Lex.8°, mit zahlreichen Fotos, Nr. 1514 der mit 2000 Exemplaren limitierten Ausgabe, in englischer Sprache, sehr gutes Exemplar., 208 Seiten, - Sprache: Englisch 1 1800 gr. -. Artikel-Nr.: 36415.
Conway Maritime Press, 2005
Conway Maritime London, 1993
London, conway, 1991
Conway Maritime London, 1983
Pappband mit Umschlag-O. Lex.8°, mit vielen Fotos und Illustratonen, Umschlag beschädigt, mit vielen Anmerkungen und zusätzlich eingeklebten Bildern, Zustand 3., 509 Seiten, . Sprache: Englisch 3100 gr. P Budzbon And M Twardowski. Artikel-Nr.: 7759.
Green and Co Ltd (Forum Series),., London, Longmans, 1966
93 (3) Seiten, Orig.-Broschur. - Kanten berieben; sonst gutes Exemplar. Kommentar: *Erste Auflage. - Mit 8-zeiliger, sehr persönlicher Widmung des Verfassers [an den damaligen Botschafter der BRD in Äthiopien, Kurt Müller]. - Contents: Racism, Patterns of Race Relations; Contemporary Racial Moods; Economic Meetings; Political Meetings; Human Rights and Values. Artikel-Nr.: Bestellnummer 6175.
Chartwell Books New Yersey, 1994
Printed by the assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins, Esqs; for John Walthoe in the Middle-Temple-Cloysters, 1707
Contemporary full paneled calf, G. +477 [ ie 467 ]+pp, an error in pagination sees the page number jump from 207-218 ( singnatures are continuous ), LACKS the title, upper board detached, rear hinge weak, small portion of pp477 missing not affecting the text, paper a little yellowed with occasional light foxing. Uncommon work on the The privilege of return of writs which went through several editions in the early 18th century. The return of writs was a right given to certain liberties to execute Royal writs over the authority of the sheriff as Royal authority in the area concerned. Examples of such liberties in medieval England include the palatine counties, County Durham, Cheshire and the Duchy of Lancaster. 525 grams. 1st edition. Artikel-Nr.: 36630.
Conway Maritime London, 1994
London: Printed, and are to be sold by Tho. Beaver at the Hand and Star near Temple-Bar, 1700, 1700
Second Edition. 12mo, pp. [xii], 190; dust-soiled and with dampstaining in margins throughout, nevertheless, text still clean and readable; in recent panelled calf to style, spine lettered in gilt. Scarce second edition of ^gThe Compleat Constable^g, an early work giving direction for the proper policing in London and throughout Great Britain. The work provides a wealth of information over 26 chapters, beginning with a definition of the title Constable, a brief history of when they were first appointed and how they are chosen according to their fitness for the job. Chapters then follow providing details of numerous circumstances where constables are required, and how they must act on each occasion, including 'Arresting persons offensively armed', 'Of felons taken in another county', 'Concerning Gipsies', 'Punishment for Rogues', 'Arresting the wrong person', 'Orchard-Robbers' and the 'Repressing of Drunkenness': 'One convicted of Drunkenness in Court, or before a Judge or Justice in their several limits. shall forfeit five shillings to the poor, to be levied and employed as the penalties of I Jac. 9. And in case he be not able to pay it, shall remain in the Stocks six hours' (p. 48). Further chapters are given on the correct procedure in seizing goods (including 'About French, and other prohibited goods') and for carrying out search warrants in checking premises for such things as making sure the quality of malt is correct (p. 100) and that tobacco is not being illegaly grown (p. 105). The final part of the work discusses the duty of constables in London, and the duty and office of Church wardens, the overseers of the poor and the office of the surveyor of the highways. The first edition of this work appeared in 1692. The author, Robert Gardiner, on whom we have been unable to find any further information, notes that it was necessary to publish this second edition to add 'all the late statutes'. OCLC records just two copies, at Yale and the Corporation of London Libraries; ESTC adds a further copy, at the Huntington. Artikel-Nr.: 2071508.
London, 1738. third & final edition. A Thorough Eighteenth-Century Compendium of Writs [Gardiner, Robert]. The New Retorna Brevium: Collected from the Many Printed Law-Books Extant, Concerning the Retorn of Writs in the Courts of Chancery, Exchequer, King's Bench, &c. Alphabetically Digested in Their Proper Order. To Which are Added and Intermixed Many Special Modern Retorns not Heretofore Made Publick. With Many Useful Notes and Observations Throughout the Whole. Necessary for all Sheriffs, Under-Sheriffs, Clerks, Attorneys, Sollicitors, Mayors, Bailiffs of Liberties, Coroners, &c. As also For the Officers of the Several Counties Palatine of Chester, Lancaster, and Durham. With a Compleat Alphabetical Table Respecting the Said Several Courts in their Order. With Additions. [London]: Printed by E. And R. Nutt, And R. Gosling, 1738. [iv], 500,  pp. Octavo (7-1/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, blind fillets along joints, raised bands to spine, blind tooling to board edges. Some minor scuffs and stains to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, joints just starting at head, corners bumped. Very light toning to text, slightly heavier in places. A nice copy with a notably fresh interior. $500. * Third and final edition, a reissue of the second edition with a cancel title page. An especially detailed compendium of writs that went through three editions, the first two in 1707 and 1728. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 8 copies of the third edition in North American law libraries (Columbia, Indiana Supreme Court, Notre Dame, Social Law, Supreme Court of Ohio, UC-Davis, University of Pennsylvania, University of Washington). English Short-Title Catalogue N10278. London, 1738. third & final edition. Artikel-Nr.: 66941.