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A General Abridgment of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery etc, with Several cases never before published, Alphabetically digested under proper Titles: with Notes and References to the Whole. And Three Tables etc., A Gentleman of the Middle Temple
1 A Gentleman of the Middle Temple A General Abridgment of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery etc, with Several cases never before published, Alphabetically digested under proper Titles: with Notes and References to the Whole. And Three Tables etc.
In the Savoy: Printed by E and R Nutt and R Gosling (Assigns of E Sayer Esq) for N Lintot, at the Cross-Keys against Saint Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street 1732 No ISBN 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Full Title: A General Abridgement of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery etc, with Several cases never before published, Alphabetically digested under proper Titles: with Notes and References to the Whole. And Three Tables, the First of the Names of the Cases, the Second of the several Titles, with their Divisions and Subdivisions; and the Third of the Matter Under General Heads Contemporary full leather, covers are lightly marked and rubbed with worn bumped corners, worn spine ends, leather on external hinges is cracked but covers are held firmly, binding is sound, end-papers are darkened, clean pages, some gilt decoration to edge faces of covers. Chapter Headings are: Abatement and Revivor; Account; Affadavits; Agreements, Articles and Covenants; Amendment; Annuity and Rent-Charges; Answers, Pleas and Demurrers; Assignment and Privity; Award and Arbitrament; Bankfupt; Baron and Feme; Bill; Bonds and Obligations; Charity; Commissions for Examing of Witnesses; Common; Conditions and Limitations; Contribution and Average; Copyhold; Costs; Courts and their Jurisdiction; Creditor and Debtor; Customs of London and York; Decree; Deeds and other Writings; Devises; Dower and Jointure; Evidence, Witnesses and Proof; Executors and Administrators; Fines and Recoveries; Guardian; Heir and Ancestor; Ideots and Lunaticks; Infant; Injunction; Interest Money; Jointenants and Tennants in Common; Legacies; Limitations of Suits and Demands; Master and Servants; Mortgages; Notice; Portions; Power; Privilege; Process; Purchase and Purchaser; Remainder; Rent; Tithes; Trade and Merchandize; Trial; Trust and Trustees; Waste; Writs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 12115050049. 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 Penitential Discipline of the First 400 Years after Christ: Together with Its Declension from the fifth Century, downwards to its Present State, Impartially Represented, A Presbyter of the Church of England (Nathaniel Marshall)
2 A Presbyter of the Church of England (Nathaniel Marshall) The Penitential Discipline of the First 400 Years after Christ: Together with Its Declension from the fifth Century, downwards to its Present State, Impartially Represented
London Printed for W Taylor at the Ship in Pater-Noster-Row and H Clements at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's Church-Yard 1714 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Rebound in card covers with green taped spine, rubbed gilt lettering on the spine, text blocked attached to covers with adhesive backed tape, darkened end-papers, stamps for S S Peter & Paul, Wolverhampton, pages are a little darkened, sound internal binding. Darkened end-papers. 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: 70818011072. Paperback 
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Ethnographic Map of Europe according to Dr. Gustaf Kombst F.R.N.C., M.H.S.P.S., &c., Alexander Keith Johnston
3 Alexander Keith Johnston Ethnographic Map of Europe according to Dr. Gustaf Kombst F.R.N.C., M.H.S.P.S., &c.
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with two pages of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Ethnographic Map of Europe according to Dr. Gustaf Kombst F.R.N.C., M.H.S.P.S., &c." has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with colour wash. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London". Accompanying sheets are entitled "Phytology and Zoology, Chart, No. 8.Ethnographic Map of Europe, or The Different Nations of Europe, Traced According to Race, Language, Religio, and Form of Government. By Dr. Gustaf Kombst. F.R.N.C, M.H.S.P.S., &c. Third Edition of the Notes, March 1844." and are also in good condition. Text and tables cover all four side of the two pages. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094105. Paperback 
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Ethnographic Map of Great Britain and Ireland by Dr. Gustaf Kombst. F.R.N.C, M.H.S.P.S., &c., Alexander Keith Johnston
4 Alexander Keith Johnston Ethnographic Map of Great Britain and Ireland by Dr. Gustaf Kombst. F.R.N.C, M.H.S.P.S., &c.
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with two pages of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Ethnographic Map of Great Britain and Ireland by Dr. Gustaf Kombst. F.R.N.C, M.H.S.P.S., &c." and has a horizontal centre fold. Black and white engraving with colour wash. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheets are entitled "Phytology and Zoology, Chart, No. 9.An Ethnographic Map of Great Britain and Ireland by Dr. Gustaf Kombst. F.R.N.C, M.H.S.P.S., &c." and are also in good condition. Text covers three and a half sides of the two pages. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094106. Paperback 
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Hyetographic or Rain Map of Europe from the Drawings of Professor Berghaus, Alexander Keith Johnston
5 Alexander Keith Johnston Hyetographic or Rain Map of Europe from the Drawings of Professor Berghaus
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with single sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Hyetographic or Rain Map of Europe from the Drawings of Professor Berghaus" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with grayscale shading and coloured lines and text. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened with some minor bumping and tears at the bottom corners. Tear to the bottom of the centre fold which extends slightly beyond the margin into the mapped area. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094096. Paperback 
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Hyetographic or Rain Map of the World Extended from the Original Designs of Professor Berghaus, Alexander Keith Johnston
6 Alexander Keith Johnston Hyetographic or Rain Map of the World Extended from the Original Designs of Professor Berghaus
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Hyetographic or Rain Map of the World Extended from the Original Designs of Professor Berghaus" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with grayscale shading and coloured lines and text. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is in very good condition and both sides are filled with text and tables. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094095. Paperback 
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Illustrations of the Glacier Systems of the Alps and of Glacial Phenomena in General, Alexander Keith Johnston
7 Alexander Keith Johnston Illustrations of the Glacier Systems of the Alps and of Glacial Phenomena in General
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with two sheets of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Illustrations of the Glacier Systems of the Alps and of Glacial Phenomena in General" and has a vertical centre fold. Sheet is divided into six separate sections covering Chamouni, Mont Blanc, Bernese Oberland, etc. Black and white engraving with pale colour wash. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheets are also in very good condition. Three and a half sides are filled with explanatory text . Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094083. Paperback 
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Map of Geographical Distribution of the Currents of Air or of the Perennial, Periodical and Variable Winds. Showing also the Various Regions of Prevalent Hurrricanes, Alexander Keith Johnston
8 Alexander Keith Johnston Map of Geographical Distribution of the Currents of Air or of the Perennial, Periodical and Variable Winds. Showing also the Various Regions of Prevalent Hurrricanes
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Map of Geographical Distribution of the Currents of Air or of the Perennial, Periodical and Variable Winds. Showing also the Various Regions of Prevalent Hurrricanes" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with colour wash and lines. Sheet has several inset maps. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is in very good condition and both sides are filled with text and tables. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094094. Paperback 
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Map of Humbolt's System of Isothermal Lines, or Lines of Equal Annual Mean Temperature Over the Globe: with Lines of Equal Barometric Pressure at the Level of the Sea, Alexander Keith Johnston
9 Alexander Keith Johnston Map of Humbolt's System of Isothermal Lines, or Lines of Equal Annual Mean Temperature Over the Globe: with Lines of Equal Barometric Pressure at the Level of the Sea
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Map of Humbolt's System of Isothermal Lines, or Lines of Equal Annual Mean Temperature Over the Globe: with Lines of Equal Barometric Pressure at the Level of the Sea" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with colour wash and lines. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened with some finger smudges in the left hand margin. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh; John Johnstone W & A K Johnston; Glasgow; Robert Weir - Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is in good condition but the right hand vertical and top edges are slightly bumped with small tears. Both sides are filled with text and tables. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094093. Paperback 
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Map of the Lines of Equal Polarization in the Atmosphere Constructed by Sir David Brewster, Alexander Keith Johnston
10 Alexander Keith Johnston Map of the Lines of Equal Polarization in the Atmosphere Constructed by Sir David Brewster
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with single sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Map of the Lines of Equal Polarization in the Atmosphere Constructed by Sir David Brewster" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with colour washand lines. Edges are slightly darkened and a little bumped. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is also in good condition but is slightly bumped and damaged on the right vertical edge. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094097. Paperback 
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Map of the Mountain Systems of Europe, Constructed on the Basis of Contour Lines, Alexander Keith Johnston
11 Alexander Keith Johnston Map of the Mountain Systems of Europe, Constructed on the Basis of Contour Lines
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "The Mountain Systems of Europe" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with colour wash delineating the coast. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is filled with text and tables on the front side with an Index on the reverse. Sheet is damaged and torn on the vertical edges. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094078. Paperback 
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Map of the River Systems of America with additional inset maps of the Niagara, Mississippi, Orinoca, Casiquiare and Negro Rivers, Alexander Keith Johnston
12 Alexander Keith Johnston Map of the River Systems of America with additional inset maps of the Niagara, Mississippi, Orinoca, Casiquiare and Negro Rivers
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "The River Systems of America" and has three inset maps; "Sketch of the Niagara River showing the position of the Falls", "Delta of the Mississippi" and "Map of the Bifurcation of the Orinoco". Sheet has a vertical centre fold and North and South America are positioned side by side either side of the fold. Black and white engraving with colour lines and wash. Edges are slightly darkened with some minor bumps. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is filled with text and tables on both sides and is also in very good condition. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094092. Paperback 
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Map of the River Systems of Asia & Europe - Volga, Ganges, Danube, Elbe, Rhine, Rhone & Clyde, Alexander Keith Johnston
13 Alexander Keith Johnston Map of the River Systems of Asia & Europe - Volga, Ganges, Danube, Elbe, Rhine, Rhone & Clyde
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "The River Systems of Asia & Europe, Showing the Boundaries and comparative extent of The River Basins and the Sea to which they contribute" and has a vertical centre fold. Inset graph shows "Comparative View of the Fall of the Rivers Volga, Ganges, Danube, Elbe, Rhine, Rhone & Clyde with the positions of some of the most remarkable Lakes". Black and white engraving with colour wash and lines. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is filled with text and tables on both sides and is also in very good condition. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094091. Paperback 
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Map showing Mountain Chains of South America inc. Quito and Bolivia, Alexander Keith Johnston
14 Alexander Keith Johnston Map showing Mountain Chains of South America inc. Quito and Bolivia
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Mountain Chains of South America" and has a horizontal centre fold. Small inset maps of Quito and Bolivia. Black and white engraving with colour wash delineating the coast . Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London". Accompanying sheet is filled with text on both sides and is also in very good condition. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094082. Paperback 
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Map showing Survey of the Geographical Distribution and Cultivation of the most Important Plants which are used as Food for Man, Alexander Keith Johnston
15 Alexander Keith Johnston Map showing Survey of the Geographical Distribution and Cultivation of the most Important Plants which are used as Food for Man
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with single sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Survey of the Geographical Distribution and Cultivation of the most Important Plants which are used as Food for Man: with indications of the Isotheres & Isochimenes. Or lines of equal summer & equal winter temperature." Sheet has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with coloured lines and washes. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London." Accompanying sheet is filled with text on both sides. It has minor loss in bottom margin, which is also present on the bottom of the map sheet, but is otherwise in good condition. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094099. Paperback 
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Physical Chart of the Pacific Ocean or the Great Sea (Mare Pacifico). Showing the Currents and Temperature of the Ocean, the Trade Routes &c., Alexander Keith Johnston
16 Alexander Keith Johnston Physical Chart of the Pacific Ocean or the Great Sea (Mare Pacifico). Showing the Currents and Temperature of the Ocean, the Trade Routes &c.
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with one sheet of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Physical Chart of the Pacific Ocean or the Great Sea (Mare Pacifico). Showing the Currents and Temperature of the Ocean, the Trade Routes &c." and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with grayscale shading and colour lines. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Accompanying sheet is also in very good condition and both sides are filled with text and tables. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094089. Paperback 
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Tidal Chart of the British Seas. Showing the Progress of the Wave of High Water, the Hour of High Water in Greenwich Time at New and Full Moon; and the Depth of the Sea, Alexander Keith Johnston
17 Alexander Keith Johnston Tidal Chart of the British Seas. Showing the Progress of the Wave of High Water, the Hour of High Water in Greenwich Time at New and Full Moon; and the Depth of the Sea
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with single sheet with further map and accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Tidal Chart of the British Seas. Showing the Progress of the Wave of High Water, the Hour of High Water in Greenwich Time at New and Full Moon; and the Depth of the Sea" and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with grayscale shading and colour lines and wash to deliniate boarders. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened and a little bumped with a small tear on the right and left hand margins. Lower margin of map reads "William Blackwood & Sons, Edinburgh & London". Accompanying sheet is entitled "Notes Explanatory of the Tidal Charts of the World and the British Isles. By J. Scott Russell" and contains a "Tidal Chart of the World" along with explanatory notes and tables. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094090. Paperback 
Price: 32.20 GBP
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Zoological Geography - Division and Distribution of Monkeys, Makis,Toothless and Thick Skinned Animals, Alexander Keith Johnston
18 Alexander Keith Johnston Zoological Geography - Division and Distribution of Monkeys, Makis,Toothless and Thick Skinned Animals
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with three sheets of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Zoological Geography" and is divided into several sections; "Geographical Divisions and Distribution of Simiae & Prosimiae (Monkeys & Makis)", "Geological Division and Distribution of Marsupialia", "Geographical Division and Distribution of Edentata (Toothless Animals)" and "Geographical Division and Distribution of Pachydermata (Thick Skinned Animals)". Sheet contains many engraved illustrations and has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with some coloured lines and wash. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". Five and a quarter sides of the three accompanying sheets are filled with text and tables. Sheets are also in very good condition. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094100. Paperback 
Price: 34.20 GBP
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Zoological Geography - Division, Distribution and Types of Gnawing and Ruminating Animals, Alexander Keith Johnston
19 Alexander Keith Johnston Zoological Geography - Division, Distribution and Types of Gnawing and Ruminating Animals
Edinburgh and London William Blackwood & Sons 1848 No ISBN First Edition Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 55x67cm Engraved by W & A K Johnston 
Disbound map with two sheets of accompanying notes from "The Physical Atlas, A Series of Maps & Notes Illustrating The Geographical Distribution of Natural Phenomena by Alexander Keith Johnston F.R.G.S. F.G.S., Geographer at Edinburgh in Ordinary to Her Majesty, Honorary Memeber of the Geographical Society Berlin, F.G.S Paris, Editor of the National Atlas &c. Based on the Physikalischer Atlas of Professor H. Berghaus et. al." Published in 1848 by William Blackwood & Sons of Edinburgh and London. Map sheet is entitled "Zoological Geography" and is divided into several sections; "Geographical Division and Distribution of Rodentia (Gnawing Animals)", "Geographical Division and Distribution of Ruminantia (Ruminating Animals)", "Types of Rodentia" and "Types of Ruminantia". Sheet has a vertical centre fold. Black and white engraving with some coloured lines and wash. Faint transfer of image from facing page in some areas. Edges are slightly darkened. Lower margin of map reads "Edinburgh, John Johnstone W & A K Johnston and Cowan & Co. - Glasgow, James Lumsden & Son". All four sides of the two accompanying sheets are filled with text and tables. Sheet is also in very good condition. Size: 55x67cm. Item Type: Map. Single sheet map/chart which is suitable for framing. Illustrator: Engraved by W & A K Johnston. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 45117094102. Paperback 
Price: 34.20 GBP
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Aristotle's Works Compleated in Four Parts. Containing: I The Compleat Master-Piece Displacing the Secrets of Nature in the Generation of Man; II His Compleat and Experienced Midwife etc., Aristotle
20 Aristotle Aristotle's Works Compleated in Four Parts. Containing: I The Compleat Master-Piece Displacing the Secrets of Nature in the Generation of Man; II His Compleat and Experienced Midwife etc.
London Ware, Hitch and Hodges 1749 No ISBN Early Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Leather covers are rubbed, wear at head of spine, sound binding, clean pages. Four parts in one binding, frontises and illustrations. Aristotle's Works Compleated in Four Parts. Containing: I The Compleat Master-Piece Displacing the Secrets of Nature in the Generation of Man. Regularly digested into Chapters and Sections, rendering it far more useful and easy than any yet extant. To which is added, A Treasure of Health or The Family Physician, Being Choice and Approved Remedies for all the several Distempers incident to Human Bodies. The Twenty-Fifth Edition, 1753. Double sided frontis and vignette illustrations. 144 pages. II His Compleat and Experienced Midwife In Two Parts. I. Guide for the Child-Bearing Women, In the Time of their Conception, Bearing ans Suckling, with the best Means of Helping them, both in Natural and Unnatural Labours: Together with suuitable Remedies for the various Indispositions of New-born Infants. II. Proper and safe Remedies for the Curing all those Distempers that are incident to the Female Sex and more especially those that are any Obstruction to their Bearing of Children. A Work far more perfect than any yet Extant, and highly Necessary for all Surgeons, Midwives, Nurses, and Child-bearing Women. Made English by W-S-, MD, the Tenth Edition, London. Frontis, fold-out plate, 156 pages. Contents list for Parts I and II. Aristotle's Book of Problems, with other Astronomers, Astrologers, Physicians and Philosophers, Wherein is contain'd divers Questions and Answers Touching the State of Man's Body. Together with The Reasons of divers Wonders in the Crearion: The Generation of Birds, Beasts, Fishes, and Insects; and many other Problems on the most weighty Matters, by Way of Question and Answer. The Twenty-sixth Edition, London, 1749, 152 pages. Frontis. Lower corners (margins) of pages 25-28 are missing and short tears across upper corners . Aristotle's Last Legacy, Unfolding the Mysteries of Nature In the Generation of Man: Treating I Of Virginity, Its Signs and Tokens, and how a Man may know whether he married a Virgin or not. II Of the Organs of Generation in Women with a Description of the Fabrick of the Womb. III Of the Use and Actions og Genitals in the Work of generation; IV Of Conception, and how to know whether a Woman has conciev'd, and whether of a Male or Female. V Of the Pleasure and Advantage: with the unhappy Consequences of unequal Matches, and Miseries of Unlawful Love. VI Of Barrenness. with Remedy against it: and the signs of Insufficiency, both in Men and Women. VII Directions to both Sexes how to manage themselves in the Act of Coition, or their Venereal Embraces. VIII A Vade Mercum for Midwives and Nurses taining particular Directions for the faithful Discharge of their several Employments. IX Excellent Remedies against all Diseases incident to Virgins and Child-Bearing Women: Fitted for the Use of Midwives, Nurses and all such Persons only as concerned in these Matters. London, Printed for R Ware on Ludgate-Hill, C Hitch in Pater-noster-Row and J Hodges on London-Bridge. 1749. Frontis, 113 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: 15018031087. Hardcover 
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