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If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked a Cake, First Introduced by Richard Attenborough on His Record Rendezvous, Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts
1 Al Hoffman, Bob Merrill, Clem Watts If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd've Baked a Cake, First Introduced by Richard Attenborough on His Record Rendezvous
London, New York Chappell & Co, Robert Music Corp 1950 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Roy Lance 
Cover has carton illustration of Richard Attenborough by Roy Lance, pages are a little darkened, clean score Item Type: Sheet Music. No dust jacket, as published. Single folded sheet. Copyright date only. Illustrator: Roy Lance. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13111050060. Paperback 
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Shepherd on a Hill. Three Settings of Elizabethan Poets for Voice and Pianoforte (or Harpsichord): In an Arbour Green; Pillis; Jig, Beryl Price: Robert Wever; Thomas Lodge; Sir John Wotton
2 Beryl Price: Robert Wever; Thomas Lodge; Sir John Wotton Shepherd on a Hill. Three Settings of Elizabethan Poets for Voice and Pianoforte (or Harpsichord): In an Arbour Green; Pillis; Jig
London J Curwen & Sons Ltd, London; G Schirmer Inc, New York 1950 No ISBN Edition Unstated Soft cover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Cream covers are a littled darkened, sound stapled binding, name of William Varcoe on title-page, clean pages. Item Type: Sheet Music. Copyright date only. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13114010016. Paperback 
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Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Bass Part Only - Novello's Edition, Boyce, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Morley, Richard Farrant, Orlando Gibbons, William Bird, Henry Purcell, etc.
3 Boyce, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Morley, Richard Farrant, Orlando Gibbons, William Bird, Henry Purcell, etc. Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Bass Part Only - Novello's Edition
London Novello 1844 No ISBN Novello's Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half leather with worn marbled boards. Gilt lettering and bands on spine. Corners and edges of boards are well worn and scuffed. Spine is worn with some loss at spine ends. Binding is intact with just the occasional page slightly loose. Binding contemporary to publication. "BASS CANTORIS" has been hand written on the front cover in black ink. Plate printed music is clean and legible with very occasional hand written annotation, paper is slightly darkened and foxed. Previous owners bookplate (F.(?) A. Gardner) on the inside front cover has been crossed out in ink with gift note inscription on facing end-paper "Presented to St. Michael's College, Tenbury by Aurthur H D Prendergast (Hon: Fellow) November 1901". Dedication page to Queen Victoria at front has stamped name " Harward Turner". Index at rear. 166, (2). One volume of the 5-volume set. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to British Library catalogue. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111076. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
Price: 228.00 GBP
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Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Tenor Part Only - Novello's Edition, Boyce, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Morley, Richard Farrant, Orlando Gibbons, William Bird, Henry Purcell, etc.
4 Boyce, Thomas Tallis, Thomas Morley, Richard Farrant, Orlando Gibbons, William Bird, Henry Purcell, etc. Boyce's Collection of Cathedral Music - Tenor Part Only - Novello's Edition
London Novello 1844 No ISBN Novello's Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Half leather with worn marbled boards. Gilt lettering and bands on spine. Corners and edges of boards are well worn and scuffed. Spine is worn and has some loss, spine cover has lifted from the lower half of the spine. Binding is sound however the front end-paper is missing and the dedication page is detached. Binding contemporary to publication. "TENOR DECANI" has been hand written on the front cover in black ink. Plate printed music is clean and legible with very occasional hand written annotation, paper is slightly darkened and foxed. Previous owners bookplate (F.(?) A. Gardner) on the inside front cover has been crossed out in ink. Dedication page to Queen Victoria at front has stamped name " Harward Turner". Index at rear. 164, (2). One volume of the 5-volume set. No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to British Library catalogue. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111077. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music LII, C. Villiers Stanford, Songs, C Villiers Stanford; edited by Geoffrey Bush
5 C Villiers Stanford; edited by Geoffrey Bush Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music LII, C. Villiers Stanford, Songs
London The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd 1986 0852496397 / 9780852496398 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Folio 
45 songs with keyboard accompaniment. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Clean green covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0852496397. ISBN/EAN: 9780852496398. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071118. 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 Gift of a Lamb. A shepherds' tale of the first Christmas told as a verse-play for children., Charles Causley, music by Vera Gray
6 Charles Causley, music by Vera Gray The Gift of a Lamb. A shepherds' tale of the first Christmas told as a verse-play for children.
London Robson Books Ltd 1985 0860510417 / 9780860510413 Reprint Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Shirley Felts 
Clean firm illustrated covers, sound binding, clean pages and end-papers. Music at rear of volume. Illustrator: Shirley Felts. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. ISBN: 0860510417. ISBN/EAN: 9780860510413. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 05412060024. Hardcover 
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Festival Book of the Lincoln Diocesan Branch 1934, Church Music Society
7 Church Music Society Festival Book of the Lincoln Diocesan Branch 1934
Printed at the Oxford University Press 1934 No ISBN Edition Unstated Soft cover Very Good No Dust Jacket 
Cream paper covers are a little darkened with a short tear (approx 1.5cm) at bottom of spine, binding sound, pages clean. Scored music includes: Ferial Responses; Psalms 122, 133, 134; the Magnificat; the Nunc Dimittis; Hymn nos. 540, 536, 480, 491, 52; A Chorale by J S Bach - Jesu, Joy of man's desiring; Percy W Whitlock - Sing Praise to God who reigns above; J H Arnold - An Easy Modal Te Deum. 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: 50115040025. Paperback 
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Melodia Sacra or Psalmody (book of Psalms of David), David Weyman, Handel, John Bird, Doctor Randel, Isaac Smith, Doctor Boyce, Mrs Horne, Doctor Croft, Richard Taylor, King James I, H. Purcell, etc.
8 David Weyman, Handel, John Bird, Doctor Randel, Isaac Smith, Doctor Boyce, Mrs Horne, Doctor Croft, Richard Taylor, King James I, H. Purcell, etc. Melodia Sacra or Psalmody (book of Psalms of David)
Dublin Not Shown (George Allen) 1814 No ISBN Early Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
A collection of musical scores for the 150 Psalms, with many additional associated Hymns and Anthems. Arrangements for up to four voices with accompaniment for Piano Forte or Organ. Half leather with worn marbled boards. Gilt lettering and decoration on spine is well rubbed and little remains. Corners and edges of boards are well worn, rubbed and scuffed. Spine is worn. Binding is sound however no title page is present. Dark red leather label on front cover. Binding contemporary to publication. Engraved frontis (darkened) showing "The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds" and engraving facing page 285 (with partial tissue protective sheet) showing "Christ Rideth To Jerusalem" are in very good condition. Plate printed music is clean and legible but paper is slightly darkened and occasionally a little foxed. As well as the music itself, the volume contains; "Address to the Public", "A Short Introduction to Psalmody", "Explanation of Italian and other Foreign Terms, as generally used in Sacred Music", "The General and Alphabetical Index" and list of "Subscribers' Names". (2), (1), 6, (2)365, (4), (6). No dust jacket, as published. Date shown on frontis engraving. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111078. 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 Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I, Nos. I-IV and Vol II Nos. I-IV. January 1884 to December 1885, ed. W G B Page
9 ed. W G B Page The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I, Nos. I-IV and Vol II Nos. I-IV. January 1884 to December 1885
Hull A Brown & Sons Limited 1884 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Dark red covers with black and gilt lettering and simple decoration are lightly rubbed at the edges, ex-library copy with usual pasted labels, stamps and ticket wallet. Paper is split over webbing at internal hinges with some looseness in the front joint but covers are firmly attached, internal binding is sound, pages are clean but a little darkened. Many black and white illustrations. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. January 1885: Some Ancient Crosses of Holderness by T Tindall Wildridge; Hull During the Seige, a Narrative of Troubled Times by Edward Lamplough; The Ancient Britons and the Lake Dwelling at Ulrome in Holderness by T M Evans; The Monastic Institutions of Hull and Its Vicinity by J J Sheahan. April 1885: The Late Mayoress, Mrs Albert Kate Rollit; Hull Corporation Plate; The Hymns of Andrew Marvell ascribed to Joseph Addison by Marie Hall; The Old Coaching Days by John Nicholson; Early Halifax by W Clucas; Dante Rossetti, Poet by R Curtin; A Letter from Hull During the Siege; Death of W A Gunnell. July and October 1885 (one issue): Durham by M W Whitfield; Scrutari by D D Lamplough; Letter on the Suppressed Friaries; Changes in Land and Sea by Chas S Whiting; Early Halifax by W Clucas; What is a Year? by Jno Cook; Capt. Angus Sadler of Hull, and the Boatswain of H.M.S. Orion by Charles Mason; Royal Visits to Hull, 1200-1884; Some Old Plans of Kingston-Upon-Hull; Reviews etc. 198, 188. 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: 50317021034. 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 Book of Beauty for the Queen's Boudoir for 1846 (MDCCCXLVI), Edited by Charles Jeffreys
10 Edited by Charles Jeffreys The Book of Beauty for the Queen's Boudoir for 1846 (MDCCCXLVI)
London C Jeffery 1846 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Fair Condition No Dust Jacket 
Illustrated covers with leather spine decorated with gilt, covers are darkened and scuffed at the corners, leather is rubbed at edges, internal binding is of single sheets with a glued/gutta percha type bond, which has deteriorated such that all pages, other than end-papers are detached. Includes three chromolithographs: a "presentation" page with a coat of arms, King Henry the Eighth Presenting Anne Boleyn to His Court as Queen, and illustrated title page showing Anne Boleyn in the Tower ad MCXXXVI. Also black and white steel engravings of The Eagle Tower at the Castle of Tankarville, Normandy and of Rose Atherton. There may be missing plate of the Arms of England in the Time of Henry. Contains songs, duets,air etc with vocal parts with piano accompaniment: The Plaint of Anne Boleyn by Donizetti; The Eagle Tower by Stephen Glover; Rose Atherton by C Jefferys; The Broken Flower by Thomas Baysham; Oh! weep not ny Henry Russell; A Wise Man's Carol by Charles W Glover; The Bells of Fairy Land by Geo. L Saunders; The Royal Irish, An original March with National Airs introduced by Stephen Glover; From the MS opera "Ulrina" by S Nelson; A Daughter's Song - "When thine eye hath grown dim" by W H Montgomery; The True Cellarius arranged by Stephen Glover; Some ties of Love are broken by R F Lowell; The Cup is Oak - the Wine is Gold by Edward J Loder; Happy Home of my Childhood by George Croal; The Minstrel's Grave by James Hine; Merrily, Merrily over Land and Sea by G A MacFarren; The Weisbaden by S Da Costa; The Warrior Maid by J H Tully; Rosalind Quadrilles by C W Glover; New Lancers, adapted to the Old Figures by W H Montgomery; Anne Boleyn's March by Donizetti. Item Type: Sheet Music. 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: 13117021043. Hardcover 
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLIII, English Songs 1800-1860, Edited by Geofrey Bush and Nicholas Temperley
11 Edited by Geofrey Bush and Nicholas Temperley Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music, XLIII, English Songs 1800-1860
London The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd 1979 0852494394 / 9780852494394 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Folio 
40 works plus variants to 6 of them. Composers are: Thomas Attwood; Samuel Wesley; John Clarke-Whitfield; George Frederick Pinto; Henry Rowley Bishop; John Barnett; Michael William Balfe; John Liptrot Hatton; Samuel Sebastian Wesley; William Vincent Wallace; George Alexander Macfarren; Edward James Loder; Henry Hugo Pierson; William Sterndale Bennett. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Library hardcover rebind incorporated laminated original paper covers, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. ISBN: 0852494394. ISBN/EAN: 9780852494394. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071123. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music XV Music of Scotland 1500-1700, edited by Kenneth Elliott, song-texts edited by Helena Minnie Shire
12 edited by Kenneth Elliott, song-texts edited by Helena Minnie Shire Musica Britannica, A National Collection of Music XV Music of Scotland 1500-1700
London The Royal Musical Association; Stainer and Bell Ltd 1957 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket Folio 
85 works. Known or attributed composers are: Latin Church Music: Robert Carver; Robert Johnson; David Peebles; Francey Heagy. Music of the Reformed Church: Andro Blackhall; Andro Kemp; John Angus; David Peebles. Songs: Robert Johnson; John Fethy; Andro Blackhall; Andro Melvill; Mr. Beck. Instrumental Music: Robert Johnson John Black;; James Lauder Wilson. Also includes Facsimiles, Textual Commentary etc. Clean green covers with gilt lettering on spine, sound binding, clean pages. First printing in this edition. Size: Folio. No dust-jacket. Doncaster Library, stamps and labels, sound binding, clean pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13117071120. 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 Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vol. I 1884, edited by W G B Page
13 edited by W G B Page The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vol. I 1884
Hull A Brown & Sons Limited 1884 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Brown covers with black and gilt lettering and simple decoration. Sound binding. Pages are a little darkened but are otherwise clean. Darkened end-papers with 4 previous names at front, three of them lined through. Many black and white illustrations. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; 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: 50317021033. Hardcover 
Price: 128.20 GBP
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The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I and II Nos. 1-4 January 1884 to December 1885, edited by W G B Page
14 edited by W G B Page The Hull Quarterly and East Riding Portfolio, Vols. I and II Nos. 1-4 January 1884 to December 1885
Hull A Brown & Sons Limited 1884 No ISBN First Edition Hardcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
A half-leather bound volume with banded spine and marbled covers of quarterly magazines covering a period of two years, front paper covers of each issue are bound-in, the last two quarters were published as one issue. Includes black and white plates and inset illustrations. Leather and covers are lightly rubbed at edges, bumped corners, sound binding, clean marbled end-papers, blue issue paper covers are a little darkened with light wear at some edges of some, clean pages. Articles include: January 1984: The Plate and Insignia of the Hull Corporation by Alderman Kelburne King; Some Scraps of Holderness Folk-Lore by Wm Henry Jones; The Influence of the Northmen on our Language by John Nicholson; Star Showers and Red Sub-Sets by A N Somerscales; William Wilberforce, a Biographical Sketch & Catalogue of Exhibition; The Meterology of Hull by William Lawton; The Johnson Mss Correspondence; The Old Walls of Hull; Notes Queries reviews etc. April 1884: Cottingham Castle and Its Lords by C Staniland Wake; A Leaf From Local History, a Great Battle by T C Eastwood; The Song of Roland by Charles Mason; Intentional Oddity by C F Corlass; Memoir of Joseph Clarke by Rev. F B King; Hull's Greatest Member of Parliament (Henry Vane) by H P Roberts; Andrew Marvell's Bible by Rev. M G Watkins; Roman Altar to the Parcae Discovered at Lincoln by Rev. Edmund Venables; The Primrose by Philip MacMahon. July 1884: The Hedon Corporation Plate by Godfrey R Park; John Alcock LLD with a Few Notes on the Alcock Family by Geo. J Gray; A Day in a French Village; The Meteorology of Hull by W Lawton; An Account of Kingston-Upon -Hull in 1761; The Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Societies' Visit to Hull. October 1884: Notes on a Few Ancient Tombs of the District by T Tindall Wildridge; An Account of Beverley; Portraits of Public Men by Chas S Whiting; Harold Hardrada's Invasion AD 1066 by Edward Lamplough; The Lords of Cottingham by C Staniland Wake; Thornton Abbey, Lincolnshire by H Grenville Montgomery; The Architectural Societies at Hull, Beverley and Burlington; The Presence of a Great Shadow by A N Somerscales; An Outline of the History of the Charterhouse, Hull by Jno Cook; Interesting Discovery at Somerby Near Brigg; Index. January 1885: Some Ancient Crosses of Holderness by T Tindall Wildridge; Hull During the Seige, a Narrative of Troubled Times by Edward Lamplough; The Ancient Britons and the Lake Dwelling at Ulrome in Holderness by T M Evans; The Monastic Institutions of Hull and Its Vicinity by J J Sheahan. April 1885: The Late Mayoress, Mrs Albert Kate Rollit; Hull Corporation Plate; The Hymns of Andrew Marvell ascribed to Joseph Addison by Marie Hall; The Old Coaching Days by John Nicholson; Early Halifax by W Clucas; Dante Rossetti, Poet by R Curtin; A Letter from Hull During the Siege; Death of W A Gunnell. July and October 1885 (one issue): Durham by M W Whitfield; Scrutari by D D Lamplough; Letter on the Suppressed Friaries; Changes in Land and Sea by Chas S Whiting; Early Halifax by W Clucas; What is a Year? by Jno Cook; Capt. Angus Sadler of Hull, and the Boatswain of H.M.S. Orion by Charles Mason; Royal Visits to Hull, 1200-1884; Some Old Plands of Kingston-Upon-Hull; Reviews etc. 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: 50317021026. This book is heavier than 1kg, and may incur additional delivery charges on some delivery services to some locations.. Hardcover 
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Letzter Fruhling, Springtide, Le Printemps, Edvard Grieg, A O Vinje, tras: Hans Schmidt, Frederick Corder, J Leclercq
15 Edvard Grieg, A O Vinje, tras: Hans Schmidt, Frederick Corder, J Leclercq Letzter Fruhling, Springtide, Le Printemps
C F Peters 1961 No ISBN Edition Peters Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean crisp pink covers, sound stapled binding, clean pages. Item Type: Sheet Music. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13111010069. Paperback 
Price: 11.40 GBP
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Philomel. Op. 26, No. 3, Eugene Goossens (music), words by Richard Barnefield
16 Eugene Goossens (music), words by Richard Barnefield Philomel. Op. 26, No. 3
London J & W Chester Ltd 1921 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean brown paper covers with previous owner's name (William Varcoe) at top corner, sound sewn binding, clean pages. Item Type: Sheet Music. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13110100045. Paperback 
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O rendetemi il mio bene, O give back to me my beloved, Arias from the Operas of G F Handel, No. 5 (from Amadigi), G F Handel, arranged and edited by W G Whittaker, english translation by Albert G Latham
17 G F Handel, arranged and edited by W G Whittaker, english translation by Albert G Latham O rendetemi il mio bene, O give back to me my beloved, Arias from the Operas of G F Handel, No. 5 (from Amadigi)
London Oxford University Press No date No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Clean paper covers with previous owner's name (William Varcoe) at top corner, sound sewn binding, clean pages. Summary of opera on inside front cover. Item Type: Sheet Music. 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: 13111010072. Paperback 
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Come and Trip It, Dance Song, No. 1 in A (C to F), with piano accompaniment, G F Handel, arranged by Mary Carmichael
18 G F Handel, arranged by Mary Carmichael Come and Trip It, Dance Song, No. 1 in A (C to F), with piano accompaniment
Enoch & Sons 1904 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Inked note against title at head of score, pages are otherwise clean. Item Type: Sheet Music. No dust jacket, as published. Previous owner's name (William Varcoe) at top right corner of front cover. Loosely inserted single inner sheet as published. Copyright date only. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13111050033. Paperback 
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Paroles A L'Absente: Seul Au Jardin, Vestiges (Verses To An Absent One: Alone in a Garden; Footsteps, Gabriel Grovlez, G Jean-Aubry, Anna Sturge
19 Gabriel Grovlez, G Jean-Aubry, Anna Sturge Paroles A L'Absente: Seul Au Jardin, Vestiges (Verses To An Absent One: Alone in a Garden; Footsteps
London & Brighton J & W Chester 1918 No ISBN Edition Unstated Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Undated, copyright date of 1918. Brown paper covers have short splits at top and bottom, edges are lightly scuffed, previous owner's name (William Varcoe) on top corner, sound sewn binding, clean slightly darkened pages. Item Type: Sheet Music. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500g. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13110100041. Paperback 
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Judas Maccabeus; An Oratorio composed by Mr Handel for the Voice, Harpsichord, and Violin; with the Chorusses in Score., Handel (George Frideric)
20 Handel (George Frideric) Judas Maccabeus; An Oratorio composed by Mr Handel for the Voice, Harpsichord, and Violin; with the Chorusses in Score.
London Printed for Harrison & Co. No. 18 Paternoster Row 1784 No ISBN Edition Unstated Hardcover Good Condition No Dust Jacket 
Contemporary half leather with worn board and corners. Banded spine with simple gilt decoration. Binding is sound. Clean plate printed score, free from added notation. Additional hand-wriiten page with four lines of alternative score are bound in at page 58. Pages 91 and 93 are missing its vertical margin. Engraved title page with decorative lettering. Contents page at the rear has tear from lower corner. End-papers have multiple vertical creases. Little remains of the marbled paper that once covered the boards, and only a fragment of the leather corners is still present. 94, (1). No dust jacket, as published. Undated by publisher. Dated by reference to COPAC. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 13118111043. Hardcover 
Price: 152.00 GBP
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