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The Sporting Magazine 1835 or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase & Every Other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit Vol. XII Second Series or Vol. 87 Old Series, Nov 1835- April 1836, Martin Hawke; Old Ship; A Brunnecheval; The Melton Hunt; Clio; Juan, Aquartogenarian (1); The Rambler in Bed; 'Scape; Late Viscount Glentworth; J M Lacey; Craven; Alfred Highflyer; J C.H; Traveller; Hrry Flight; Charles Feist; Rambler in Red
141 Martin Hawke; Old Ship; A Brunnecheval; The Melton Hunt; Clio; Juan, Aquartogenarian (1); The Rambler in Bed; 'Scape; Late Viscount Glentworth; J M Lacey; Craven; Alfred Highflyer; J C.H; Traveller; Hrry Flight; Charles Feist; Rambler in Red The Sporting Magazine 1835 or Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the Turf, the Chase & Every Other Diversion Interesting to the Man of Pleasure, Enterprise & Spirit Vol. XII Second Series or Vol. 87 Old Series, Nov 1835- April 1836
London M A Pittman 1835 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Brown half-leather with gilt lettering and brown covers are clean and just lightly rubbed, short splits at spine ends, sound binding except pages 329-336 are part detached, clean foxed end-papers, vignette title-page is a little foxed, clean pages. There are no plates present except for the title-vignette and plate of Newmarket Palace. Volume consists of Racing Calendar 1835 (76 pages) at rear and, The Sporting Magazine November 1835, Vol XII Second Series No. LXVII - April 1836 Vol. XII Second Series, No. LXXII (488 pages) plus index. Contents include: November - Riding to Hounds; Heaton Park Meeting; The Sportsman's Delight; Newton Abbot Races; Conclusion of Aquatic Sports in the North (Royal Northern Yatch Club Regatta at Largs and Gourock, Argyllshire Meeting and Regatta at Oban); Sporting in the West (Shooting, Cub Hunting with Mr Phillipps and Mr Bulteel); Yarmouth and Swaffham Races; The Approaching November; Epsom October Meeting; Yachts and Regattas; The Fox; Races in France; Newmarket First & Second October Meetings; Sporting Intelligence (Liverpool October Meeting, Stud Sales, Archery, Vetinerary Science, Howden Horse Fair, Fine Arts); Bettings at Tattersall's. December - Letters from the West, Newmarket Houghton Meeting; Winners of Royal Purses Gold Cups and Two Year Old Stakes in 1835 ; Newmarket, Goodwood etc. Nominations for 1836; Some Rules of Advice as Concerns Hunting; Portraits of Forester and Whipsey; December; Melton Hunt Dinner; The New Game Act; List of Stallions for 1896; Grouse Shooting; Metropolitan Hunting Districts (Hertfordshire, Mr Dalyell's Debut); Snipes and Snipe-Shooting; The Man of the World's Finale; Slips of Shamrock, "Antony Rowan"; Two Days on the French Coast; The Comic Almanack for 1836 by Ridum Funidos, Gent, illustrated by George Cruikshank; Ackermann's Forget Me Not for 1836; Lines on the Safe Return of the Gem Yatch with the Marquis of Waterford after Its Reported Loss; The Warrener's Enemy; Hunting in the West; Correct List of Mr Bulteel's Fox-Hounds; Strathearn Coursing Club; Sussex Hounds; A Review of the Racing Season 1835; Hibernian Hunting and Hositality; York Union Hunting Club and October Meetings; A Brilliant Day with Mr. Farquharson's Hounds; Coursing Meetings (Glasgow Gold Cup, Southern Club, Swaffham, Newmarket, Cockney Club, Malton, Malton Black Bull, Chatsworth, Winchester, Cardington, ); Sonnet; Fisher's Angler's Souvenir; The Angler's Reveille; Baxter's Agricultural and Horticultural Annual; Disputed Case of Identity at the Curragh; Sporting Intelligence (Newmarket Craven Meeting, The Chase, Cruelty to Animals, Deer Stalking, Aquatics, Shooting, Sporting Accidents, Obituary for Lord Milton son of Earl Fitzwilliam and for Doctor Willis of Greatford and for Mr Johon Richards at Thorpe Audlin near Pontefract and for His Grace the Duke of Beaufort and at Birmingham Mr Beardsworth proprietor of the "Repository", Natural History etc. January - Craven on Stud Farms; Metropolitan Hunting Districts (Mr Delme Radcliffe's Hounds); Remarks On Shootings; Hunting in Wales; Proverbs Illustrated; Death of the Duke of Beaufort; Hunting in the West (Mr Bulteel's and Mr Phillipp's Hounds); The Late William Jolliff Esq.; Letters from the West; Coursing Meetings (Louth, Harewood, Altcar, Brampton, Richmond, Gargrave, Cardington, Bowers, Lowther, Southport, Clydesdale, Tweedside, Winchburgh, North Berwick and Dibleton, The Northern Club, Scutterskelf; Deptford Inn; Hampton Court, Andoversford, Newmarket and Swaffham Clubs, The Manchester Cup), Death of the Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury; List of Stallions for 1836; Lines on the Lamented Death of the Late Lord Robert Manners; Hunting in Dorsetshire (Q Week with Mr Hall's Hounds, The Blackmoor Vale Harriers, the Charborough Hounds); Greyhounds, the Property of Prince George of Cambridge; Sporting Intelligence (Royal Stud at Hampstead, Newmarket First Spring Meeting, York Spring meeting, Steeplechase among Officers of the Eighth Hussars at Hampton Court, match at Fermoy, match in Normanby, Curling at Surrey Zoololgcal Gardens, New Publications, Obituary for Captain Lidderdale's dog and for Mr William Binning at Snainton and for Thomas Phippen at Taunton, Veterinarian, the Horse Trade etc. February - Master Becher on Lady Bird; The Bedouin Arabs of the Desert and Their Horses; Curious Sporting Case (Brogden v. Marriot); Disputed Case of Identity at the Curragh; Annual Hampton Court Stud Sale; Hunding in the West ( Mr Morgan's Hounds, South Peterwin Herriers, Mr Phillipps Hounds, and Mr Bulteel's), Letters from the West; Fish Hunt; St. Leger, Derby and Oaks Stakes for 1836; Ancient Game of Football (Scottish); Fox-Hunting in Strathearn etc; Sir Walter Carew's Hounds; Horses Sent Abroad in 1835 by Messrs Tattersall; Deer Hunting With the Cheta in the Deccan; Gunner Pilot; Sporting Intelligence (The Turf, Steeplechases, Obituary for Lady Charlotte Fox, Mr Ezekial Baker Gunmaker in Whitechapel Road) etc. March - The Casting Net; Petworth and Its Associations; Scraps from the Writing Desk of the Late Mr. Peter Chisel, by an Executor; Lines addressed to Mr Thornburn of Juniper Bank; A Voyage in My Punt; Leicestershire Hunt Ball; Splendid Run with the Castle Harriers; List of Stallions for 1836; The Pembrokeshire Hunt; Pheasant Shooting; Hunting in Dorset and Somerset (Sport with Mr Hall's Hounds, Mr Farquharson's, Mr Portman's, Mr King's, Mr Drax's, The Blackmoor Vale Harriers, Mr Harding's Mountain Harriers, Grand Hunting Fete at Sherborne); Sir Walter Carew's Hounds; A Day with Lord Petre's Hounds; Aylesbury Steeple Chase) etc. April - Newmarket Palace; Scraps from the Writing Desk of the Late Mr. Peter Chisel; The Chase! The Chase!, a Parody; Colonel Henry Wyndham's Hounds; Fox-Hunting and Other National Sports Public Amusements etc; Coursing Meetings (Barton-Upon-Humber, Chatsworth, Epsom, Ashdown Park, The Cockney Club, Newmarket, Gargrave, Lowther, Netherby, North Berwick and Dibleton, Winchester, Kyle, Adlington, Depford Inn, Harewood, Sutherland), Hunting in the West; Alphabetical List of Winning Horses etc. in England, Scotland and Wales 1835; The Keeper's Favorite; The Vine Country, Sketches in Sussex by the Rambler in Red (Colonel Henry Wyndham's Hounds); List of Stallions for 1836; Steeple Chases (The Origin of the Steeple Chase, Scole, Haverfordwest, Ross, Brocklesby Hunt, Egham, Liverpool, St. Alban's); Hunting in Shropshire (with Mr Pinches' Hounds, Mr Smith Owens, and Sir Rowland Bill's, A Run with Mr Finches'); Sporting Intelligence (Ascor, the Chase, Aquatics, Fine Arts); Races to Come; the Approaching Turf Season etc. Martin Hawke; Old Ship; A Brunnecheval; The Melton Hunt; Clio; Juan, Aquartogenarian (1); The Rambler in Bed; 'Scape; Late Viscount Glentworth; J M Lacey; Craven; Alfred Highflyer; J C.H; Traveller; Hrry Flight; Charles Feist; Rambler in Red No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57017101063. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Cease Firing, Mary Johnston
142 Mary Johnston Cease Firing
London Constable and Company Ltd. 1921 No ISBN Reprint Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Dark blue blind-printed covers with red lettering are a little darkened, lightly bumped corners, sound binding, end-papers and title-page are heavily foxed, pages are a little darkened but are otherwise clean. No dust jacket, as published. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 10112040083. Hardcover 
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Sailing, A Celebration of the Sport and the World's Best Places to Enjoy It, Michael B McPhee, Lisa Gosselin
143 Michael B McPhee, Lisa Gosselin Sailing, A Celebration of the Sport and the World's Best Places to Enjoy It
Fodor's Sports, Richard Ballentine, Byron Press 1992 0679023747 / 9780679023746 First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Peg Magovern 
Light curl on lower corner, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. No dust-jacket . Illustrator: Peg Magovern. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. ISBN: 0679023747. ISBN/EAN: 9780679023746. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 75411090048. Paperback 
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The Dictionary of Cricket, Michael Rundell
144 Michael Rundell The Dictionary of Cricket
London Bloomsbury Books 1989 1870630920 / 9781870630924 Reprint Hardcover Very Good Condition Very Good 
Clean crisp, unclipped green dust jacket, slightly rubbed on rear., very light shelf wear to edges of dust jacket. Residue of sticker inside front flap of dust jacket. Green covers with gilt lettering to spine. Sound binding. Clean pages and end papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 1870630920. ISBN/EAN: 9781870630924. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18112071004. Hardcover 
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All in a Day: Greatest Moments in Cup Cricket, Mihir Bose
145 Mihir Bose All in a Day: Greatest Moments in Cup Cricket
London Robin Clark Ltd 1983 0860720667 / 9780860720669 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition Good 
Crisp clean dusk jacket with light indentations and slight shelf wear on top edges. Black covers with gilt lettering to pine. Sound binding. Clean pages and end papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0860720667. ISBN/EAN: 9780860720669. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18112071006. Hardcover 
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Leading From the Front. The Autobiography of Mike Gatting, Mike Gatting, Angela Patmore
146 Mike Gatting, Angela Patmore Leading From the Front. The Autobiography of Mike Gatting
London Macdonald, Queen Anne Press 1988 0356156729 / 9780356156729 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition Very Good 
Clean crisp unclipped dust-jacket, fresh blue covers with bright gilt covers, sound binding, previous owner's name on front end-paper, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0356156729. ISBN/EAN: 9780356156729. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18112060126. Hardcover 
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Course Fishing, a Ladybird Book, N Scott
147 N Scott Course Fishing, a Ladybird Book
Loughborough Wills & Hepworth Ltd 1971 0721402437 / 9780721402437 Reprint Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket B H Robinson 
Series 633. Original price of 2'6/ 12 1/2p indicates publication date of 1971. Lightly marked covers with lightly rubbed spine-ends, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. No dust jacket, as published. Illustrator: B H Robinson. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0721402437. ISBN/EAN: 9780721402437. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 21018021047. Hardcover 
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The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 2 nos. 7 - 12, November 1831 -April 1832 & The Racing Calendar 1831, Nim South; Sylvanus Swanquill; "Q"; Albert Engelhorn; Menander; Dashwood; "a Yorkshireman" (Surtees); Richard Lawrence; A Cooper; Bogtrotter; N.W. ; Nimrod; Henry H-t; M.P. ; Edmund Sims
148 Nim South; Sylvanus Swanquill; "Q"; Albert Engelhorn; Menander; Dashwood; "a Yorkshireman" (Surtees); Richard Lawrence; A Cooper; Bogtrotter; N.W. ; Nimrod; Henry H-t; M.P. ; Edmund Sims The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 2 nos. 7 - 12, November 1831 -April 1832 & The Racing Calendar 1831
London Baldwin & Craddock 1831 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half-leather with rubbed marbled boards and marbled end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, split on rear joint but both covers are securely attached, plate and page 3/4 are together detached, plate at page 82 is partially detached, block binding is otherwise sound, clean pages, end-papers and plates. Detached plates are a little ragged on the leading edge. All plates are present, these are: Title vignettte showing a Hare; Woodcock Shooting; The Wild Boar and the Sau-Finder, A View on the Klein, Winterburg, Saxony; Chorister, Winner of the St. Leger 1831; Rabbit Shooting; Trim, a celebrated Sussex Spaniel; The Teal; Goint To Cover; Orelio an Imported Arabian; Wild Fowl Shooting; Smoker, a celebrated deerhound; Beiram, first favourite for the Derby; The Haunts of the Ibex. Contents include (some topics noted in earlier numbers also feature in later numbers but are not listed again here): November 1831 No. 7: Fox-Hounds in Great Britain, for the Year 1831 with the Countries They Hunt and Names of the Masters; The Kent and Surrey Hounds; Remarks on the New Game Bill; November; Review of the Shooter's Companion; The Coach Dinner; Abstract of Spring Gun and Man Trap Bill; Abstract of Hackney Coach Bill; Horse-Dealing; Sporting Reminiscences - Fishing; Sporting in Germany; On the Unfair and Unsportsmanlike Destruction of Foxes by Masters of Fox-Hounds; A Scene in Fairyland - Interior of a Wild Beast Show; The Sussex Harriers; Hymeneals; Editor's Scrap Book; Racing - Newmarket Dirst and Second October Meeting; The American Sporting Magazine - A Fox-Hunt in America; General Monthly Miscellany - The Turf - Decisions of the Jockey Club etc. December 1831 No. 8 Reviews; A Day with Surrey Staggers - Mr Jorrocks again; Chamois Hunting In Switzerland and the Mountainous Districts of France; Grouse Shooting - The Northern Poachers - The Hermit of Edmondbuyers - Moors of Northumberland and Durham; Egdean Fair near Petworth, Sussex; A New School of Painting; Observations on the Lords' Amendments to the Game Bill; The Road; The Editor's Levee; Letter from Sylvanus Swanquill; Racing - Newmarket Houghton Meeting; Mr Osbaldeston's Match; Curl Paper Stanzas; Miscellany - The Chase - Legal Decisions - Betting at Tattersalls - Hay and Corn Markets; New Game Bill (bound at rear). January 1832 No. 9: Review of Johnson's Sportsman's Dictionary; Anatomy of the Horse; The Chambermaid's Lament; The Antiquity and Advantages of Field Sports; My First Paper; A Day at Newmarket - Mr Jorrocks); Letters on Hare Hunting; January; Nim South's Tour; The Racing Season of 1831; The Teal; Character of Hunting Countries - The Mostyn Hunt; Miscellany - Aquatics - Obituary of Stallions in 1831 - Coursing Meetings - Game Market. February 1832 No. 10 A Monstrous Clever Fellow; Mottos for Omnibuses; A Day's Shooting in Yorkshire - Jorrocks; The Olympic Games; A Page Upon Love; Snipe Shooting; Racing in Van Dieman's Land; Hunting Countries - The Duke of Beaufort's; The Progress of Racing in England; A Kill with the East Sussex; The Four Sporting Magazines; Miscellany - The Essex Stag Hounds and the Oakley Hunt etc. March 1832 No. 11: Wild Fowl Shooting; The Last Day of the Shooting Season; Jarvis and Mrs Cope; Letter from Mr Smith Jun. to Mr Smith Sen. (with woodcut).; Hunting Countries - Warwickshire; Valentine's Day and a very hard frost; The Tale of the Omnibus; Nimrodia; March; Miscellany - Leicstershire - List of Stallions for 1832 - Cockney Club etc. April 1832 No. 12 A Short Reply to a Long Address in the Old Sporting Magazine; Account of the Arabian Horse Muscat; Stanzas on the Death of Mrs Musters; Hunting Countires - The Atherstone; Singular Case of Zoology; Whittlesey Mere; Stanzas to My Ass; A Day with the Surrey; Sporting in Cumberland, Keswick; Fine Arts, Eclipse Gallery of Illustrious Race Horses; A Line From Jorrocks; The Haunts of the Ibex; An American Hint; April; Nimrod's Reply; Dashwood's Toureen or a Few Days in the West; Proposals for a Painting of I I Farquharson, Esq and his hounds; Miscellany. 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: 57018101097. Hardcover 
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The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 4 nos. 19 - 24, November 1832 - April 1833 & The Racing Calendar 1832, Nim South; Sylvanus Swanquill; Nimrod; N.W.; (Surtees); a Yorkshireman; a Fetter-Lane Coachman; Charles Waterton; Martin Hawke
149 Nim South; Sylvanus Swanquill; Nimrod; N.W.; (Surtees); a Yorkshireman; a Fetter-Lane Coachman; Charles Waterton; Martin Hawke The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. 4 nos. 19 - 24, November 1832 - April 1833 & The Racing Calendar 1832
London Baldwin & Craddock 1832 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half-leather with marbled boards and end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, light wear at joint ends, sound binding, clean pages, end-papers and plates. All plates are present, these are: Title vignette showing an Otter; Coursing; The Terrier; The Meet; Ptarmigan; Oxygen, a horse; The Dying Woodcock; Coursing - A Scene on Bagshot Heath; Guinea Hen and Jay; Trout Fishing, a View on the River Dart; The Hobby, a Hawk; John Winter, Huntsman to Ralph John Lambton; The Pike. Contents include (some topics noted in earlier numbers also feature in later numbers but are not listed again here): November 1832 No. 19: Fox-Hounds in Great Britain for the Year 1832, with the Countries they Hunt and the Names of the Masters; The Greyhound; Nim South's Tour; Habits of the Woodcock etc.; November; Newmarket First and Second October Meetings; Noctes Nimrodianae or Sporting Conversations with Nimrod; General Monthly Miscellany - The Chase - The Turf - Cricket - Shooting Match and Gander Pulling etc; Racing Calendar (at rear). December 1832 No. 20: Letter from a Hants. Fox-hunter; Hawking; Review of the Racing Season; Murty Macrory; Review of Wild Sports of the West; December; A Few Lines From Mr Jorrocks on the Subject of His New Magazine; Remarks on the New Game Laws, as Affecting Wastes and Commons; Word or Two on Critics; The Pleasures of the Chase; Newmarket Houghton Meeting; Roach Fishing; Character of Hunting Countries, Shropshire; Miscellany - Betting at Tattersall's etc.; Coursing Calendar (at rear); January 1833 No. 21: The Road, Review of an Article in the Quarterly Review on the past and present state of Coaching; Review of the Racing Season of 1832; Sharp-Shooter, a Tale of Schooldays; Nim South's Reply to a Hants Fox-Hunter; Shooting in January; The Habits of the Snipe; Woodcock Shooting; Miscellany - Horses Gone Abroad - The Veterinarian- The English Farmer etc. February 1833 No. 22: A Few Words from the Editor to the Author of Dashwood's Letters; Hood's Comic Annual for 1833; Col. Hawker on Shooting; February; Close of the Shooting Season; The History of Horsemanship, Illustrated by Statuary and Sculpture - The Riding House at Dessau; Wildfowl Shooting Character of Hunting Countries, Hampshire; A Hunt Breakfast with Mr Jorrocks; Much Ado About Nothing; Lamentable Loss of the North Pole Mapping Expeditin, contained in an Extract from Peter Flam's Log; Travels and Sports in South America; Miscellany - The Versailles Hounds - Doncaster St Leger entries - Death of Stallions etc. March 1834 No. 35: The Bag Fox; Conundrums by Messrs. Simpkins and Jorrocks; Notice of a Subscription to Present Mr Farquharson with a Piece of Plate; A Few Lines from Nimrod; Sporting In India; Sports in South America - Lion and Ostrich Hunting; The Starling; Remarks on the Derby Favourites; Dashwood's Reply; On Arabian Horses; On Roaring; The Road; Fine Arts - The British Institution; Miscellany - Stag Hunt in Ireland - New Regulations for King's Plates etc. April 1833 No. 24: Observations on the Game Laws - The Metropolitan Magazine - Col. Hawker etc; Variation's Performances; The Last Day of the Season - A Day with the Durber Hounds; A Boar-Hunting Song Describing a Day in Touraine; Singular Death of Two Swans; Who Was the Cockney Stockbroker at Melton?; A Few Remarks on Breeding and Purchasing Young Horses; Characters of Hunting Countries - Durham; Nicholas Piscator; The Earl of Surry, Capt. Pechell, and Dashwood; Veterinary Jurisprudence; Fine Arts - Society of British Artists; Miscellany - Shugborough-hill Day - Trespass under the New Game Bill etc. 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: 57018101101. Hardcover 
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The Chace, The Turf and the Road, Nimrod
150 Nimrod The Chace, The Turf and the Road
London John Murray 1837 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket Henry Alken, D Maclise 
Original green covers with blind printing and gilt decoration. Covers are a little darkened, joints are split but covers are securely attached, bumped and scuffed corners and spine-ends, internal binding is sound, darkened title-page and frontis, clean slightly darkened pages and plates. Includes frontis and all 13 additional plates. Illustrator: Henry Alken, D Maclise. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57017121008. Hardcover 
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Memoirs of the Life of the Late John Mytton, Esq. of Halston, Shropshire, Formerly M.P. for Shewsbury, High Sheriff for Counties of Salop and Merioneth etc. Notices of Hunting Shooting, Driving, Racing etc. & Memoir of Nimrod, Nimrod; R S Surtees
151 Nimrod; R S Surtees Memoirs of the Life of the Late John Mytton, Esq. of Halston, Shropshire, Formerly M.P. for Shewsbury, High Sheriff for Counties of Salop and Merioneth etc. Notices of Hunting Shooting, Driving, Racing etc. & Memoir of Nimrod
London Downey & Co. Ltd 1899 No ISBN New Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket Henry Alken 
Red half-leather binding with marbled boards. simple gilt ruled decoration, banded spine with gilt lettering and motif decoration. Joints are split but covers are securely attached, spine has a horizontal split about midway, internal hinges and internal binding is sound. Clean marbled end-papers, small previous owner's bookplate on second free front end-paper, decorative title-page and also plain title-page. Pages are clean. Contains all twenty full-colour plates, the frontis has previously been detached and reinserted and fixed at page 22, this plate has light smudges in the margins, all other plates are clean. No dust jacket, as published. Illustrator: Henry Alken. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018092025. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. XVII (17) nos. 99-104, July 1839 - December 1839 & The Racing Calendar 1839, Nimrod; Surtees; Paddy Blake; Esau; Mr Simpkins; Sylvanus Swanquill; Menander; Charles Waterton; N.W.; Uncle Toby
152 Nimrod; Surtees; Paddy Blake; Esau; Mr Simpkins; Sylvanus Swanquill; Menander; Charles Waterton; N.W.; Uncle Toby The New Sporting Magazine, Vol. XVII (17) nos. 99-104, July 1839 - December 1839 & The Racing Calendar 1839
London Baldwin & Craddock 1839 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half-leather with marbled boards and end-papers, gilt lettering and decoration on spine, light wear at joint ends, sound binding, clean pages, end-papers and plates. All plates are present, these are: Bloomsbury, Winner of the Derby Stakes at Epsom 1839; The Warrener’s Dog; Fresh Water Fish; Moor Shooters; Deception, Winner of the Oaks Stakes at Epsom 1839; The First of September; Want’s Inn, Broxbourne; October, shooting; Charles XIIth, Winner of the St. Leger Stakes, Doncaster 1839; Heron Hawking; Mr Jorrocks Stacking Winter Provender; Ware Hare (sheep); Death of a Fox at Tutbury Castle. Contents include: July 1839, No. 99: Approaching St . Leger; The Handley Cross Hounds, Mr Jorrock’s Journal; Willowdale Hall Fishing by Charles Willowdale; A Whim of the Winds and Waves; The American Turf and Its Chronicling; Novitia Venatica by Actaeon – On the Accidents and Diseases to which Hounds are subject and their Cures; The Fly-Fisher’s Text-Book; or the Science and Practise of Fly-Fishing for Salmon, Trout etc.; The Noble Science by F P Delme Radcliffe Esq.; Ascot Heath by a Down-Easter; The British Angler’s Manual by T C Hofland; The Sporting Looker-On and Reflector – Alfred Selborne’s Journal; Varieties; Notes of the Month; Bettings at Tattersall’s; Racing Calendar (bound at rear). August 1939, No. 100: A Song – not yet set to music; On Rabies Canina, or Dog Madness by Actaeon; The Tin of Other Days; The Garrison Races, a Poem; America – Sporting and Other Anecdotes – Capt. Marryatt’s Diary in America; Nemarket July Meeting; Lines to the Memory of Shark and Skim by The Hon. Grantley Berkeley; Terms Made Use of In the Chase of the Fox etc; Spoting in South Africa – Captain Harris and His Rifle; Liverpool July Meeting; Nomination of the Derby and Oakes Stakes 1841. September 1839, No. 101: Answers to Correspondence; The St. Leger Horses; Dropped Horses Picked Up at Tattersall’s; Ghent Races by Sylvanus Swanquill; The Sportsman’s Reveille by George Thodore Manning; The First of September byToho; Random Sketches in Ireland; Goodwood Meeting; Lord Eglington’s Tournament; Letter From James Stubbs, Valet to Lord -, to Richard Snell, Butler at – House; Transatlantic Whims; The Keeper’s Lodge by N.w.; Turfiana; Mr F P Delme Radcliffe; The Angler’s Trysting Tree; The Bloomsbury Case. October 1839, No. 102: The Lord Mayor at Doncaster – From Cowper; Tom Owen, the Bee Hunter; Doncaster Races by the Editor; Bacchanalian Song by George Theodore Manning; Rural Sports – Blaine’s Encyclpedia; Racing at Calcutta; A Marriage in High Life – a Fragment; Last September; The Game Laws; The Holderness Hunt. November 1839, No. 103: A Day’s Wolf Hunting in the Alps by Sylvester Swanquill; Sonnet on Steam; The Almonry, a Fragment of a Legend of the Year 1817; Newmarket First and Second October Meetings; December 1839, No. 104: The Four-Oared Cutter Match between the Champions of the Clyde Struggle and Combe’s Picked Crew of the Thames; Deer Shooting; A Phoenix Caught; Sports in Other Climes - by Cacus – Of the Passage of the Birds – The Quail, The Woodcock and the Grebe – Switzerland; Review of the Racing Season 1839 by Uncle Toby; Newmarket Houghton Meeting; Charborough’ Hunt Races 1839; Index to Racing Calenday; Index. 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: 57018121063. Hardcover 
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Hull Cricket Club Ltd. Year Book 1945, Norman J Pogson
153 Norman J Pogson Hull Cricket Club Ltd. Year Book 1945
Hull Hull Cricket Club Ltd 1945 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Beige paper covers, tight binding, clean pages with some foxing, black and white photographs. 208 pages. 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: 50315060059. Paperback 
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66 n.o. Tales of a Village Cricketer, Northam, Roger
154 Northam, Roger 66 n.o. Tales of a Village Cricketer
Montada 2005 095490110X / 9780954901103 First Edition Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 9.5" x 6.5" approx Signed by Author
Author's signature on title-page. Size: 9.5" x 6.5" approx . Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Signed by Author. ISBN: 095490110X. ISBN/EAN: 9780954901103. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18116102331. Hardcover 
Price: 27.00 GBP
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume XCIV (94). July-Dec 1910, Patrick Perterras, W. L. Calderwood, F. G. Aflalo, Sprinter, Ernest Phillips, etc.
155 Patrick Perterras, W. L. Calderwood, F. G. Aflalo, Sprinter, Ernest Phillips, etc. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume XCIV (94). July-Dec 1910
London Vinton and Co. Limited 1910 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half leather covers over red boards with gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Very light shelf-wear to lower edges. Tight binding. Clean pages with foxing to end-papers. Bookplate on inside front cover - "Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset." No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018031090. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 13.50 GBP
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Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LXXXVIII (88). July-Dec 1907, Patrick Perterras, W. Unite Jones, Burgy, J. G. McPherson, Quid, Borderer, etc.
156 Patrick Perterras, W. Unite Jones, Burgy, J. G. McPherson, Quid, Borderer, etc. Baily's Magazine of Sports and Pastimes. Volume LXXXVIII (88). July-Dec 1907
London Vinton and Co. Limited 1907 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half leather covers over red boards with gilt decoration on front and gilt decoration and lettering on spine. Very light shelf-wear to edges and covers. Tight binding. Clean pages with foxing to end-papers. Bookplate on inside front cover - "Alfred H J Cochrane, Elmhurst, Batheaston, Somerset." No dust-jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018031089. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Rural Sports (two volumes bound in three), Rev. Wm B Daniel
157 Rev. Wm B Daniel Rural Sports (two volumes bound in three)
Shoe Lane, London Bunny and Gold; Philanthropic Society 1801 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Three matching volumes in full leather with red spine labels and gilt decoration. Leather is well rubbed, corners are bumped and lightly scuffed, one spine label on Vol II Part I is partially missing. All three volumes have marbled en-papers and book plates for "Maclean of Ardgour" on the inside of the front cover. Sound binding with some wear on joints. Clean pages with light foxing throughout. Volume I is published by Bunny and Gold and has a dedication to "J Holden Strutt" dated November 1801. An account of "Coursing; at the Flickston Meeting commencing February 24 1802" is printed on the reverse of the last page of the index. 17 of the 19 listed plates are present. Volume II is in two separately bound parts and published subsequent to Volume I by The Philanthropic Society. Plates for Part I are listed at the rear, 13 of the 14 listed are present, pages 313, 314 and the associated plate of "The Pike" are missing. List of plates is at the front of Part II, 21 of the 25 listed are present. The list also includes titles without a page number and these are not present and show no signs of ever having been present. [9], 536, 378, [2], [5], 356. 3-volume set (complete). No dust jacket, as published. Dated from preface/introduction. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 3-4kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57018081085. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 114.00 GBP
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P G H Fender, a Biography, Richard Streeton, foreword by John Arlott
158 Richard Streeton, foreword by John Arlott P G H Fender, a Biography
London Faber & Faber Limited 1981 0571116353 / 9780571116355 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition Very Good 
Clean crisp clipped dust-jacket, fresh brown covers with gilt lettering to spine, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. ISBN: 0571116353. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18111030109. Hardcover 
Price: 4.00 GBP
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My Spin on Cricket, Richie Benaud
159 Richie Benaud My Spin on Cricket
London Hodder & Stoughton 2005 No ISBN Reprint Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine 
Slight skew on front joint. Crisp clean unclipped dust-jacket, fresh covers with gilt lettering on spine, tight binding, clean pages and end-papers . Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 18115090054. Hardcover 
Price: 3.50 GBP
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Notitia Venatica, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting embracing The General Management of Hounds with Twelve Illustrations by Henry Alken and Others Coloured by Hand, Robert T Vyner. Revised, Corrected and Enlarged by William C A Blew. Revised and Brought Down to Date by Cuthbert Brdley
160 Robert T Vyner. Revised, Corrected and Enlarged by William C A Blew. Revised and Brought Down to Date by Cuthbert Brdley Notitia Venatica, A Treatise on Fox-Hunting embracing The General Management of Hounds with Twelve Illustrations by Henry Alken and Others Coloured by Hand
London Blackfriars Publishing Company 1891 No ISBN Seventh Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Henry Alken and Others 
Clean green covers with gilt lettering and decoration on the spines and black lettering and decoration on the fronts, lightly rubbed and bumped at spine-ends and corners. Sound binding, . Light foxing to end-papers. Twelve clean hand-coloured plates with tissue protection leaves. Clean uncut (untrimmed pages) with light foxing to edges. 2-volume set (complete). No dust-jacket. Illustrator: Henry Alken and Others. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 57118102011. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 76.00 GBP
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