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An entertaining social history showing how the residents of Hotwells and Clifton lived, what they wore, what their houses were like, how they behaved and what made them so angry they wrote to the Clifton Chronicle about it. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 1872971369. Spine is faded. Some cover corner creases. Marks to outer page edges.
Red-cloth with silver titles and pictorial front board. B/w photos. Slip case is very good - fading to some edges, with white marks.
The book covers every aspect of the changes which the industrial revolution brought to life in North Wales. The pre-industrial society, the landed proprietors, enclosures, communications, the metal industry, collieries and quarries, the woollen and textile industries, the new capitalists and the labouring poor. xl 439 pages. 2nd edition. Bumping to corners. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few small nicks; browned to spine and edges.
Agriculture and the Welsh Cattle Trade before and during the nineteenth century. B/w photos and maps etc. ISBN: 1843060213. Pale page edge browning. Wrapper is edge-creased with a faded spine.
THE DIARY OF A VILLAGE SHOPKEEPER 1754-1765
Written by Thomas Turner; David Vaisey. Illustrated by Miriam Macgregor.
Stock no. 2137882
Published by Folio Society. 1st thus 1998. Nearly fine condition.
Edited by David Vaisey. Blue cloth spine, marbled boards. B/w engravings. Top edge red. Slip case is very good - bumping to couple of edges; a few small marks.
The Courts of Popular Opinion. Pictorial boards. ISBN: 9781843839408.
THE ANGLO-SAXONS FROM THE MIGRATION PERIOD TO THE EIGHTH CENTURY AN ETHNOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVE
Written by .
Stock no. 1823524
Published by The Boydell Press. 1st 1997. Very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
The papers edited by Hines cover a wide range of social, economic and ideological aspects of the culture of early Anglo-Saxon England. Charcoal cloth boards, red title to spine. 480 pages including index. ISBN: 0851154794. Boards clean. Rear board has indentations corresponding with same marks on rear panel of dustwrapper. A few minor marks to endpapers. Contents otherwise clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly scuffed.
Card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0946043108.
Card wraps. B/w photos. Sex, Violence & Society in Carmarthenshire 1870-1920. ISBN: 0708313671. Spine is faded.
Large format. Black boards with silver title to spine. B/w and colour photos. A general history of the architectural development and social history of the British Railway station. ISBN: 9781848022362.
THE WORKHOUSE: A STUDY OF POOR-LAW BUILDINGS IN ENGLAND
Written by Kathryn Morrison.
Stock no. 1823445
Published by English Heritage; Royal Commission On The Historical Monuments Of England. 1st 1999. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Recognising that an undervalued and poorly understood category of building was in danger of simply being lost, the Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England has attempted to make a record of these structures against their historical background. A story of the student of social history, as much as for the professional architectural historian. Large format. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. Previous owner's address label to front endpaper. Contents otherwise fine. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly creased, lightly faded to spine & worn at top of same, minor scuffing to rear panel. ISBN: 1873592361. Top corners of boards lightly bumped. Previous owner's address label to front endpaper else contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly scuffed to rear panel, slightly faded to spine and worn at top of spine.
HOUSING CULTURE: TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN AN ENGLISH LANDSCAPE
Written by Matthew Johnson.
Stock no. 1823404
Published by Smithsonian Institution Press. 1st 1993. Slightly better than very good condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
An interdisciplinary study of old houses that brings together recent ideas in studies of traditional architecture, social and cultural history, and social theory by looking at the meanings of traditional architecture in Western Suffolk, England. The study spans the late medieval and early modern periods, looking at the layout and structural details of ordinary houses. Red cloth boards, silver title to spine. B/w photos and plans. ISBN: 1560983280. Tail of spine lightly bumped. Previous owner's address label to front endpaper. Otherwise, contents clean. Pictorial dustwrapper is lightly creased at top of spine.