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THE TOURIST'S COMPANION FROM LEEDS THRO' SELBY TO HULL BY RAILROAD & STEAM PACKET
Written by Edward Parsons.
Stock no. 2123647
Published by Whittaker & Co.. 1st 1835. Almost very good condition.

Red/brown cloth with gilt titles. Uneven fading and browning to covers. What looks like splash/water mark to top of front cover. Some foxing and page browning.
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FREELING'S GRAND JUNCTION RAILWAY COMPANION TO LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER AND BIRMINGHAM
Written by Arthur Freeling.
Stock no. 2123642
Published by Whittaker & Co.. 2nd 1838. Almost very good condition.

Small format. Green cloth with gilt titles and decorations. 2nd edition. And Liverpool, Manchester & Birmingham Guide; Containing: A Narrative of the Parliamentary History of the Project; An Account of Everything Worthy the Attention of the Traveller Upon the Line; Complete Description of Every Part of the Rail-road; of the Noblemen or Gentlemen's Seats.... Fold-out map to front, also fold-out timetable. New Spine/rebound, with what remains of original spine laid down; browned. Covers are unevenly browned and faded, with bumping and wear. Some marks to endpapers. Foxing throughout.
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THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON
Written by Johann David Wyss.
Stock no. 1310975
Published by Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; Whittaker & Co.; Houlston and Stoneman. 12th 1845. Good condition.

"Or, Adventures of A Father and Mother and Four Sons in A Desert Island. The Genuine progress of the story forming a clear illustration of the first principles of natural history, and many branches of science which most immediately apply to the business of life. With explanatory notes and twelve cuts from new designs and a map of the island. Twelfth edition in which the natural history is carefully revised." Brown embossed cloth with gilt title and decoration to spine. 421 pages. Spine professionally re-backed maintaining original backstrip. Spine faded (and edges of covers beside spine). Corners bumped. New endpapers. Large foxspots to contents else contents clean.
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ROADS: THEIR CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE
Written by Allan Greenwell; J.V. Elsden.
Stock no. 629997
Published by Whittaker & Co.. 1901. Very good condition.

The Builder Students Series. Red cloth with gilt titles. With special reference to road materials. Large bump to top edge of front cover. Browning/darkening to spine and cover edges. Ink name stamp to front endpaper. Some browning to page edges.
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ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND POWER DISTRIBUTION VOL I
Written by W. Perren Maycock.
Stock no. 987091
Published by Whittaker & Co.. 1896. Almost very good condition.

Blue cloth. B/w illustrations. Contents very good. Covers a little grubby and rubbed.
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THE BARROW DIGGERS
No author listed.
Stock no. 567229
Published by Whittaker & Co.. 1st 1849. Fair condition.

A play. Burgundy boards, gilt titles. B/w plates. The dialogue of The Barrow Diggers in imitation ofthe grave diggers in Hamlet, was written shortly after the author of it had assisted an exceedingly agreeable party in opening a Barrow. Front board detached. Two (out of 11) plates present. Corners rubbed.
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