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Good Bee-Keeping edited by D E Waller, No. 3 Vol. 2, March 1947. A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Practical & Educational Bee-Keeping, Bee-craft sales and wants, Scientific and general apiary management., edited by D E Waller
1 edited by D E Waller Good Bee-Keeping edited by D E Waller, No. 3 Vol. 2, March 1947. A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Practical & Educational Bee-Keeping, Bee-craft sales and wants, Scientific and general apiary management.
Cheshire Good Bee-Keeping 1947 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Articles include: Matters of the Moment by T Alun-Jones; Bees Disperse Hostile Mob; Honey and Everybody by Reginald F Reynolds; Where the Bee Sucks, as series dealing with Honey Plants and Nectar Production by E G Burtt; Letters to the Editor: Heating of Bee-Hives, Bee Stocks in England and Wales, British Standard Specifications; A Course of Study in Better Bee-Keeping by J E B; Why not a Drinking Fountain in Concrete? by E W T Morris; Questions and Answers by B B C; Book Reviews. Also includes period advertisements. Orange paper covers are just a little darkened, sound stapled binding, clean pages with small transfer of colour from cover on first page lower corner. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57510110029. Paperback 
Price: 8.00 GBP
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Bees, Flowers and Fruit, the Story of Insect-Plant Relations, Herbert Mace
2 Herbert Mace Bees, Flowers and Fruit, the Story of Insect-Plant Relations
Harlow, Essex The Beekeeping Annual Office 1949 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Herbert Mace 
Lightly marked green covers with faded spine, sound binding, clean pages, previous owner's name on inside of front cover. Illustrator: Herbert Mace. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57515100038. Hardcover 
Price: 6.50 GBP
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 59 1987, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, P C Buckland, M J Dolby; D B Gallagher; M S Parker; R Gilyard-Beer; P F Ryder; C Cross; J Nussey; I R Medlicott; P Walker; A Harris; D Upton; D H Heslop; R M Butler; W M Spencer; L Butler; J Miller; J Black
3 P C Buckland, M J Dolby; D B Gallagher; M S Parker; R Gilyard-Beer; P F Ryder; C Cross; J Nussey; I R Medlicott; P Walker; A Harris; D Upton; D H Heslop; R M Butler; W M Spencer; L Butler; J Miller; J Black The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal Volume 59 1987, a Review of History and Archaeology in the County, published Under the Direction of the Council of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society
Leeds, Yorkshire The Yorkshire Archaeological Society, 1987 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
ISSN 0084-4276. Contents include: A Roman Site at Womersley, North Yorkshire; The Anglo-Saxon Cemetry of Hob Hill, Saltburn; Some Notes on the Pre-Norman History of Doncaster; The Graves of the Abbots of Fountains; Five South Yorkshire Timber-Framed Houses; Northern Women in the Early Modern Period, the Female Testators of Hull and Leeds 1520-1650; The Will of Trooper Oldroyd of Heckmondwike, an Incident in the Civil War; The Development of Coal Mining on the Norfolk and Rockingham-Fitzwilliam Estates in South Yorkshire 1750-1830; Past Beekeeping in Yorkshire, Evidence from Bee Boles and Other Local Sources; Chicory in Yorkshire, a Crop and Its Cultivation; The Bombing of Yorkshire 1939-45; Gisborough Priory, Initial Excavation of the Priory Church 1985; Further Information on James Ryther of Harewood; A Brass Inscription from Lowthorpe near Driffield; A Lost Brass Inscription from Stanwick Church; An Eighteenth-Century Privy at Castley Hall, North Yorkshire; Eighteenth-Century Electioneering, a Yorkshire Example; The Day in Honour of Eric Gee; The Archaeological Register 1986; Book Reviews. Clean peach-coloured covers, sound binding, clean pages with plans, maps, photographs, drawings and tables. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319021035. Paperback 
Price: 11.50 GBP
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