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Cornwall (The Buildings of England) - Pevsner, Nikolaus; Radcliffe, Enid
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London: Penguin Books, 1958 A beautiful copy of this lovely book.The jacket was wrapped in protective clear covering which has kept it in such lovely bright,tight,clean condition.Couple of offset marks from taping of clear covering on flaps, also offset on eps. Neat owner name at top of eps in pen. Rubbing at bottom spine extremity and small amount at top of spine, also 1/4" tear at this point + minute ink line (all very faintly apparent) preclude me from grading this jacket as fine.Card covers are brown and white design, most faintly rubbed at spine extremities.72pp bl/white photographs plus double page map of area covered, in which place name "Paulton" underlined in ink on map-presumably owner's home town."10/6"price on front cover-an excellent example of this work, complete with dust jacket.510pp.. First. Softcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Illus. by Profusely Illustrated Colour and Black and White photographs. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Paperback., Penguin Books, 1958, Bristol England: Bristol & Avon Archaeological Research group, 1982 Contents: Roman buckle and medieval building at Stockwood; Excavations at Peter Street, Bristol 1975-76; ditto at Bristol Bridge 1981; Timber staircases in Northavon houses to the mid 18th century; Archaeology and the Churches of Bristol, Abbots Leigh and Whitchurch 1540-1850; 18th century Bakery at Christmas Steps; Bristol and Avon Archaeology 1981. also Book Reviews.61 pp.. Pictorial Card Covers. Very Good. Illus. by Profusely Illustrated Black and White line Drawings, Maps.. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Soft Covers., Bristol & Avon Archaeological Research group, 1982, W W Norton & Co Inc. PAPERBACK. 0811200817 ~Very Good. Light shelf wear to covers/corners; satisfaction guaranteed. Trade paperback binding. Signed and inscribed by contributor Walter Hamady to James (Jim) Holly, husband of Dr. Elspeth Pope. Infamous Independent Bookstore in Olympia, Washington. Good, trade paperback, light wear to corners and edges. Association Copy: In 1991, Elspeth Pope, recently retired as a professor in library and information science, met Dr. Melissa Hardie, director of the Hypatia Trust in Cornwall, England. Melissa and her husband, Dr. Philip Budden, had created the Hypatia Trust, a library of published and personal documentation of the achievements of hundreds of creative women. Their collection of more than 15,000 items was housed in a fine building, in the garden next to their home. Their work and Hypatia's story planted the seed that grew into the dream that became the reality of Hypatia-in-the-Woods, a Retreat Center for Women in the Arts, Academe & Business located in Shelton, Washington. We have more of James Holly & Dr. Pope's library available upon request. . Very Good., W W Norton & Co Inc, New Directions (1972). PAPERBACK. B00BSK645G Signed and inscribed by contributor Walter Hamady to James (Jim) Holly, husband of Dr. Elspeth Pope. Infamous Independent Bookstore in Olympia, Washington. Good, trade paperback, light wear to corners and edges. Association Copy: In 1991, Elspeth Pope, recently retired as a professor in library and information science, met Dr. Melissa Hardie, director of the Hypatia Trust in Cornwall, England. Melissa and her husband, Dr. Philip Budden, had created the Hypatia Trust, a library of published and personal documentation of the achievements of hundreds of creative women. Their collection of more than 15,000 items was housed in a fine building, in the garden next to their home. Their work and Hypatia's story planted the seed that grew into the dream that became the reality of Hypatia-in-the-Woods, a Retreat Center for Women in the Arts, Academe & Business located in Shelton, Washington. We have more of James Holly & Dr. Pope's library available upon request. . Good., New Directions (1972), Clophill, Bedfordshire, England: Irwell Press, 1996. 96 pages b/w photos - losts of detailed historic information of all the class members. This is volume 2 of Peto's Register of Great Western Railway Locomotives which concentrates on the Manor 4-6-0s. - the volume describes the background history of the class, operation and details and modification, then looks at each locomotve in turn charting its history from construction to withdrawal. The Great Western Railway 7800 Class or Manor Class was a class of 4-6-0 steam locomotive. They were designed as a lighter version of the GWR Grange Class, giving them a wider Route Availability. Like the 'Granges', the 'Manors' used parts from the GWR 4300 Class Moguls but just on the first batch of twenty. Twenty were built between 1938 and 1939, with British Railways adding a further 10 in 1950. The first of the Manors No.7800 Torquay Manor entered traffic in January 1938 and 20 were in service by February 1939. They used the driving wheels, motion components and tenders from withdrawn GWR 4300 Class moguls.[1] A new standard boiler, type No. 14, was developed for the class.[1] The outbreak of war forced the cancellation of construction of a further batch of 20 locomotives. The Manor class, with an axle loading of just over 17 tons, could be utilised on many lines from which the heavier Granges were barred.[1] The first examples were despatched to depots at Wolverhampton, Bristol, Gloucester, Shrewsbury, Westbury in Wiltshire and Neyland in South Wales. In October 1938 No.7805 Broome Manor underwent clearance tests between Ruabon and Barmouth. Subsequently the class were used over the main lines of the erstwhile Cambrian Railways. The Manors were also successfully employed in the West Country where they were used for banking and piloting trains over the Devon banks between Newton Abbot and Plymouth. Their light axleloading allowed them across the Tamar Bridge and on to the branch lines of Cornwall. Unlike the Granges of 1936 where the use of standard components and the re-use of existing ones had produced a masterpiece the initial performance of the Manors was comparatively mediocre. Were it not for the constraints of war there is every reason to expect that Swindon would have recalled the engines for modifications. After nationalisation, the newly created Western Region was authorised to build ten more of the class. Nos.7820-29 were outshopped from Swindon in November and December 1950. There was no attempt to improve the steaming; a British Railway edict permitted construction only of existing pre-nationalisation designs. Subsequent trials showed the engines did not require too much work to correct their faults. Internal alterations to the blastpipe and an increase in air space in the firegrate added to the new type of narrow chimney noticeably improved the draughting. After trials on 10 of the class, the improvements became standard after July 1954. By 1959 21 Manors were congregated in Mid- and South Wales. Their most prestigious working was the Cambrian Coast Express, where a Manor took over from a King or Castle at Shrewsbury and worked through to Aberystwyth. Others of the class operated in the Birmingham, Gloucester and Hereford areas while the handful stationed at Reading frequently ventured on to the Southern Region line to Guildford and Redhill. The first Manor to be scrapped was No.7809 Childrey Manor, withdrawn from Shrewsbury depot in April 1963 and cut up at Swindon. By May 1965 the numbers had been halved and the final two, No.7808 Cookham Manor of Gloucester, and No.7829 Ramsbury Manor of Didcot, were condemned in December 1965. . First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New., Irwell Press, 1996, Published by Ernest Benn Limited, 1924. 1st edition.. Hardback. Very Good. Very good condition with no wrapper. Large format. Red cloth, gilt titles. Profusely illustrated with b/w photos. This volume covers Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. Top and tail of spine and corners rubbed. Very light browning to endpapers. [S], Published by Ernest Benn Limited, 1924, powerHouse Books, September 2004. Hardcover. Used - Like New. 'These 'guests' are spooks for our time, a New Age vision of the body as energy that is also a specter of nuclear fusion.'<BR> --Kenneth Baker, 'San Francisco Chronicle ' <BR> '[Bucklow's photographs] create the impression of presences that seem both three-dimensional and immaterial--more like auras than physical objects. I am reminded of photographs taken a century ago featuring see-through presences that purported to be wraiths or spirits. Bucklow doesn't make any such claims: but the fact that the head is usually the lightest part of the image suggests that he is trying to portray something other than the body--intelligence, awareness, the spirit; call it what you will.'<BR> --Sarah Kent, 'Time Out London <BR>'<BR> Known for his silhouettes made using a pinhole camera, Christopher Bucklow's first monograph, 'Guest,' collects for the first time many works from the Guest and Tetrarchs series. It also documents his earlier photographic work and video images made within the Canopic Fusion Reactor--a pinhole camera the size of a building, built in St. Ives in Cornwall, England, for the total eclipse of the sun, visible there in 1999. <BR> Coinciding with the publication of 'Guest' by Christopher Bucklow, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City will host a celebration of twelve years of 'Blind Spot Magazine' and Blind Spot Books in September 2004. Light shelf wear. Overall excellent shape. Neat, clean, and crisp. Tightly bound., powerHouse Books, London: The Folio Society. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Slight wear to spine and spotting on page edges. Clean inside with solid binding.. London, The Folio Society, 1990. 15 cm x 23 cm. XX, 172 pages. Original, illustrated hardcover with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Slight wear to spine and spotting on page edges. Clean inside with solid binding. "Under the Greenwood Tree: A Rural Painting of the Dutch School is a novel by Thomas Hardy, published anonymously in 1872. It was Hardy's second published novel, the last to be printed without his name, and the first of his great series of Wessex novels. Whilst Hardy originally thought of simply calling it The Mellstock Quire, he settled on a title taken from a song in Shakespeare's As You Like It (Act II, Scene V)." (Wikipedia) "Thomas Hardy was born in a cottage in Higher Bockhampton, near Dorchester, on 2 June 1840. He was educated locally and at sixteen was articled to a Dorchester architect, John Hicks. In 1862 he moved to London and found employment with another architect, Arthur Blomfield. He now began to write poetry and published an essay. By 1867 he had returned to Dorset to work as Hicks's assistant and began his first (unpublished) novel, The Poor Man and the Lady. On an architectural visit to St Juliot in Cornwall in 1870 he met his first wife, Emma Gifford. Before their marriage in 1874 he had published four novels and was earning his living as a writer. More novels followed and in 1878 the Hardys moved from Dorset to the London literary scene. But in 1885, after building his house at Max Gate near Dorchester, Hardy again returned to Dorset. He then produced most of his major novels: The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), The Woodlanders (1887), Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1891), The Pursuit of the Well-Beloved (1892) and Jude the Obscure (1895). Amidst the controversy caused by Jude the Obscure, he turned to the poetry he had been writing all his life. In the next thirty years he published over nine hundred poems and his epic drama in verse, The Dynasts. After a long and bitter estrangement, Emma Hardy died at Max Gate in 1912. Paradoxically, the event triggered some of Hardy's finest love poetry. In 1914, however, he married Florence Dugdale, a close friend for several years. In 1910 he had been awarded the Order of Merit and was recognized, even revered, as the major literary figure of the time. He died on 11 January 1928. His ashes were buried in Westminster Abbey and his heart at Stinsford in Dorset." (Amazon), The Folio Society, London: The Folio Society. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Slight spotting on page edges and spine. Otherwise clean inside with solid binding.. London, The Folio Society, 1990. 15 cm x 23 cm. XIX, 418 pages. Original, illustrated hardcover with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition with only minor signs of external wear. Slight spotting on page edges and spine. Otherwise clean inside with solid binding. "Tess of the d'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman Faithfully Presented is a novel by Thomas Hardy. It initially appeared in a censored and serialised version, published by the British illustrated newspaper The Graphic in 1891 and in book form in 1892. Though now considered a major nineteenth-century English novel and possibly Hardy's fictional masterpiece, Tess of the d'Urbervilles received mixed reviews when it first appeared, in part because it challenged the sexual morals of late Victorian England." (Wikipedia) "Thomas Hardy was born in a cottage in Higher Bockhampton, near Dorchester, on 2 June 1840. He was educated locally and at sixteen was articled to a Dorchester architect, John Hicks. In 1862 he moved to London and found employment with another architect, Arthur Blomfield. He now began to write poetry and published an essay. By 1867 he had returned to Dorset to work as Hicks's assistant and began his first (unpublished) novel, The Poor Man and the Lady. On an architectural visit to St Juliot in Cornwall in 1870 he met his first wife, Emma Gifford. Before their marriage in 1874 he had published four novels and was earning his living as a writer. More novels followed and in 1878 the Hardys moved from Dorset to the London literary scene. But in 1885, after building his house at Max Gate near Dorchester, Hardy again returned to Dorset. He then produced most of his major novels: The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), The Woodlanders (1887), Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1891), The Pursuit of the Well-Beloved (1892) and Jude the Obscure (1895). Amidst the controversy caused by Jude the Obscure, he turned to the poetry he had been writing all his life. In the next thirty years he published over nine hundred poems and his epic drama in verse, The Dynasts. After a long and bitter estrangement, Emma Hardy died at Max Gate in 1912. Paradoxically, the event triggered some of Hardy's finest love poetry. In 1914, however, he married Florence Dugdale, a close friend for several years. In 1910 he had been awarded the Order of Merit and was recognized, even revered, as the major literary figure of the time. He died on 11 January 1928. His ashes were buried in Westminster Abbey and his heart at Stinsford in Dorset." (Amazon), The Folio Society, London: The Folio Society. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Clean inside with solid binding.. London, The Folio Society, 1990. 15 cm x 23 cm. 335 pages. Original, illustrated hardcover with gilt lettering on spine. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of external wear. Clean inside with solid binding. "The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), subtitled "The Life and Death of a Man of Character", is a novel by British author Thomas Hardy. It is set in the fictional town of Casterbridge (based on the town of Dorchester in Dorset). The book is one of Hardy's Wessex novels, all set in a fictional rural England. Hardy began writing the book in 1884 and wrote the last page on 17 April 1885. Within the book, he writes that the events took place "before the nineteenth century had reached one-third of its span". Literary critic Dale Kramer sees it as being set somewhat later—in the late 1840s, corresponding to Hardy's youth in Dorchester." (Wikipedia) "Thomas Hardy was born in a cottage in Higher Bockhampton, near Dorchester, on 2 June 1840. He was educated locally and at sixteen was articled to a Dorchester architect, John Hicks. In 1862 he moved to London and found employment with another architect, Arthur Blomfield. He now began to write poetry and published an essay. By 1867 he had returned to Dorset to work as Hicks's assistant and began his first (unpublished) novel, The Poor Man and the Lady. On an architectural visit to St Juliot in Cornwall in 1870 he met his first wife, Emma Gifford. Before their marriage in 1874 he had published four novels and was earning his living as a writer. More novels followed and in 1878 the Hardys moved from Dorset to the London literary scene. But in 1885, after building his house at Max Gate near Dorchester, Hardy again returned to Dorset. He then produced most of his major novels: The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886), The Woodlanders (1887), Tess of the D'Urbervilles (1891), The Pursuit of the Well-Beloved (1892) and Jude the Obscure (1895). Amidst the controversy caused by Jude the Obscure, he turned to the poetry he had been writing all his life. In the next thirty years he published over nine hundred poems and his epic drama in verse, The Dynasts. After a long and bitter estrangement, Emma Hardy died at Max Gate in 1912. Paradoxically, the event triggered some of Hardy's finest love poetry. In 1914, however, he married Florence Dugdale, a close friend for several years. In 1910 he had been awarded the Order of Merit and was recognized, even revered, as the major literary figure of the time. He died on 11 January 1928. His ashes were buried in Westminster Abbey and his heart at Stinsford in Dorset." (Amazon), The Folio Society, Penguin UK. Hardcover. 0140710019 We guarantee all of our items - customer service and satisfaction are our top priorities. Please allow 4 - 14 business days for Standard shipping, within the US. Thank you for supporting our small, family-owned business! . Fair. 1999-06-01. Revised., Penguin UK, 1999-06-01

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Cornwall (The Buildings of England) - Nikolaus Pevsner, Enid Radcliffe
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[SR: 768215], Hardcover, [EAN: 9780140710014], Pevsner Architectural Guides, Pevsner Architectural Guides, Book, [PU: Pevsner Architectural Guides], 1977-03-31, Pevsner Architectural Guides, No county except Wiltshire is as rich as Cornwall in prehistoric remains. The inscribed milestone exhibited in St Hilary church and dating from the time of Constantine takes us into the centuries of early Christianity. Medieval military architecture is chiefly represented by a small group of eminently interesting round castles. Restormel is the most perfect of these - classic 13th century, Tremanton the one with the most extensive remains. The Earls of Falmouth rebuilt rebuilt their romantic castellated mansion of Tregothnan and obtained the services of Wilkins for this. He also built Pentillie for the Tillies, whereas Caerhayes, equally picturesque, is an early work of John Nash., 512760, Planning, 266240, Architecture, 91, Art, Architecture & Photography, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 271343, Great Britain, 12447586031, 20th Century, 12447587031, 21st Century, 271352, Anglo-Saxon, 772172, Crimean War, 271353, Early British & Roman Britain, 12447590031, England, 771740, English Civil War, 771748, Falklands War, 271346, Georgian & Regency Britain, 771746, Industrial Revolution, 4117751, Scotland, 271345, Stuart Britain, 771734, The Norman Conquest & Norman Britain, 271344, The Plantaganets & Medieval England, 4117761, Wales, 771738, Wars of the Roses, 271480, Europe, 65, History, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 55, Sports, Hobbies & Games, 279304, Air Sports, 10193691, American Sports, 279312, Athletics & Gymnastics, 279321, Ball Games, 10193701, Climbing & Mountaineering, 279375, Combat Sports & Self-Defence, 279331, Cricket, 10193881, Cycling, 279387, Equestrian & Animal Sports, 10193961, Fishing, Birdwatching & Other Outdoor Pursuits, 279396, Football, 10193791, Golf, 270453, Hobbies & Games, 279426, Motor Sports, 279411, Other Sports, 279341, Racket Sports, 10194201, Reference, 10193821, Rugby (Union & League), 279452, Training & Coaching, 279458, Water Sports, 279473, Winter Sports, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books, 279987, Cornwall, 279986, South West England, 279932, Regions, 279918, United Kingdom, 400040, Countries & Regions, 83, Travel & Holiday, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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Penguin. Very Good. 1951. Paperback. BUILDINGS OF ENGLAND SERIES - 204pp, illustrated, softback edition, nice clean copy; Small Octavo ., Penguin, 1951, Penguin Books. Fair in Fair dust jacket. 1970. Second Edition. Hardcover. 0140710019 . Ex-Library copy, lib mark to paste-down, cello marks to paste-down and ffep, wear to extremeties of dw, fading to lettering of spine, reading copy. ; The Buildings of England; 190x115mm; 282 pages ., Penguin Books, 1970

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Cornwall (The Buildings of England)

No county except Wiltshire is as rich as Cornwall in prehistoric remains. The inscribed milestone exhibited in St Hilary church and dating from the time of Constantine takes us into the centuries of early Christianity. Medieval military architecture is chiefly represented by a small group of eminently interesting round castles. Restormel is the most perfect of these - classic 13th century, Tremanton the one with the most extensive remains. The Earls of Falmouth rebuilt rebuilt their romantic castellated mansion of Tregothnan and obtained the services of Wilkins for this. He also built Pentillie for the Tillies, whereas Caerhayes, equally picturesque, is an early work of John Nash.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780140710014
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0140710019
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Anno di pubblicazione: 1971
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