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1 The Dying Criminal , Addressed to the Spectators of an Execution
London Printed by A. Paris, for the Religious Text Society, sold by Williams & Smith London 1830 First Edition As Published Without Binding 10.5 x 17cm.approx 
London, Printed by A. Paris, Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane for the Religious Text Society; and sold by Williams & Smith, No 10 Station Court. Undated but 1830. Binding is as published without binding . 12 pages., To front is a wood cut of a hanging & start. Condition Fair , easy to read, paper ageing, some light staining, minor base folding. ink ref to top right W.B. 3637, no other inscriptions. Very rare. 
Price: 100.00 GBP
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2 Anon ( by Croker, John Wilson Croker ) An Intercepted Letter from J------ T------, Esq. Writer at Canton to his Friend in Ireland. ( A satire about Dublin)
Dublin printed for N. Mahon Dublin 1805 Pamphlet 9 .5 x 16cm Approx 
Title page + v + 42 pages , Condition Very Good & clean as looks as it has been bound with other pamphlets for almost 200 years, This is an original sixth edition, of this satire on Dublin by Croker written in the form of an anonyms report on the city of Quang-tchue, but a lively & humorous satire on the city of Dublin, as stated in the appeal to the public before the start of the "letter". No inscriptions or major faults, though a couple of pages are printed off centre, page iii missing one letter at end of 4 lines due to being printed off centre, but easy to work out missing letters. This was published 2 years before Croker entered parliament as member for Downpatrick. 
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3 Anonymous (A Treatise) of Preaching as Anciently Used
1686 First Edition 14.75 x 19.5cm Approx 
39 pages . starts at page 1, no covers, condition fair with minor edge folding & pages trimmed.Undated but poss a 1686 tract attacking King James II directions concerning preachers which James II. set forth in 1685, it said, " Since preaching was not anciently the work of every priest" , through the Archbishop of Canterbury, to minimise preaching, due to public unrest. 
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4 Anonymous but Herries, John Charles Herries M.P. (1778-1855). A reply to some Financial Mistatements in and out of Parliament
London J. Hatchard 1803 First Edition 14.5 x 22.5cm. Approx 
Viii + 68 pages + foldout +advert page rear for the Cabinet (a weekly paper). As issued with no binding, outside pages with some dirt folding, contents mostly good & clean, the odd minor fault. Page 11/12 loose as page12 side printed upside down. This is Herries, ( then just a treasury clerk) attack on Cobbett’s criticisms of The Governments expenditure. Herries rose up though hard work to become Chancellor of the Exchequer, Master of the Mint, Secretary at War, etc. etc. He also famously used the help of Nathan Mayer Rothschild to transfer money to British and allied army troops on the continent. In fact Rothschild's successful conclusion of these transfers was one of the foundations of Rothchild’s English banking empire. 
Price: 125.00 GBP
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5 By a Parish Minister Interesting Advice on the subject of Marriage
London St. Swithin's Association First Edition Pamphlet 11 x 17.5cm Approx 
12 page paper pamphlet No. 9, as issued without a binding, front/rear fair, contents very good , slight fault to page 7 where paper was not completely flat when printed but easy to read. Front/rear has Minor dirt with in ink top right corner "3636". Although to front is printed "any person may re-print this tract" but when I had a quick look on the net, i was unable to find any mention of this title & not listed on British Library site. Undated but circa 1800-1830 
Price: 75.00 GBP
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A Lamentation for the Scattered Tribes, who are exiled into captivity, and are now mingled among the heathen, and are joyned to the oppressor, and refuses to return : Presented unto all the separated congregations, under what name or form soever, in love to the Lost., By a servant of truth, and a friend to righteousness, who suffers with the seed, which is held in oppression, waiting and labouring for its return; F.H. ( Howgill, Francis Howgill 1618-1669)
6 By a servant of truth, and a friend to righteousness, who suffers with the seed, which is held in oppression, waiting and labouring for its return; F.H. ( Howgill, Francis Howgill 1618-1669) A Lamentation for the Scattered Tribes, who are exiled into captivity, and are now mingled among the heathen, and are joyned to the oppressor, and refuses to return : Presented unto all the separated congregations, under what name or form soever, in love to the Lost.
1675 unbound fair 17.5 x 27cm Approx 
2 + 22 pages, unbound , condition fair, some minor staining & old paper restoration/repairs. ( 1st. 2 pages un-numbered then page 67 to 88 ). States "Printed in the year 1675". Having checked online a 1st edition printed for Giles Calvert, at the Black-spread-Eagle ,London 1656 of 4 + 37 pages. This 1675 edition is complete in less pages, so can only assume this has been reprinted in 1675 complete, but as part of a collection of pamphlets or similar. But checking online can not find another copy of this 1675 edition, for sale. 
Price: 200.00 GBP
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Tenant's statement of the conduct recently pursued towards him by the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, Correct Report of The Important Trial of an Action Brought by The Right Honorable Rev. Francis North, against Henry Boys, Cathedral trusts & fulfilment., Heseltine, Cooke &  Whiston, i.e  William Heseltine , J. H. Cooke & 2 by  Robert Whiston
7 Heseltine, Cooke & Whiston, i.e William Heseltine , J. H. Cooke & 2 by Robert Whiston Tenant's statement of the conduct recently pursued towards him by the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, Correct Report of The Important Trial of an Action Brought by The Right Honorable Rev. Francis North, against Henry Boys, Cathedral trusts & fulfilment.
Margate, London & Rochester Smith, Elder, & Co., J. Deene, Caddel, Shadbolt & John Oliver 1839 First Edition Third Leather Hardback Very Good 13.5 x 22cm Approx 
4 Very Rare pamphlets bound together in one Binding over 500 pages. Binding is Third leather Very good condition embossed & gilt titled "Pamphlets top,1839 base. Contents over 99% Very good, clean & tight, no foxing inside, very minimal edge ageing of some pages. inside cover is the bookplate of the Writers Library, Farm St. (that does not seem exist today) minimal inscriptions, not within or side of text... 1st is William Heseltine , A Tenant's statement of the conduct recently pursued towards him by the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury, on the occasion of his renewing his lease (inc. Evedence of Heseltine before The Commons & Mr. George Austin before Dean/Chapter of Canterbury, ) Pub. Smith, Elder, & Co.,London 1839. Second edition. Title + Preface + 111pages.... 2nd item A Correct Report of The Important Trial of an Action Brought by The Right Honorable and Rev. Francis North, Earl of Guilford, against (his Tenant, ) Henry Boys, Esq. for an Alleged Breach of Covenant, before Lord Chief Justice Tindal, and a Special Jury, at the Maidstone Assizes, on Thursday, the 15th March, 1838. as taken in shorthand by J. H. Cooke. Pub. J. Deene Margate 1838, 70 pages, But contains more. Map (hand coloured) + Tile page + iv + page no.2 to 70 (complete) + extras tipped in, including original newspaper reports & details of crop from 1812-1838 (some loss as edges cut to fit) ….. 3rd by Robert Whiston, Cathedral trusts and their fulfilment. Second edition, Pub. John Oliver, London 1849 Title page + preface + 3 page fold-out +126 pages. … 4th item is Robert Whiston's Cathedral trusts and their fulfilment Forth Edition pub 1850 by Caddel, Shadbolt Rochester & Oliver London Title page + preface of 1st, 2nd & 3rd edions + xxi page preface +193 pages + within 3 page fold-out + Etra; 4 Very rare pamphlets, found no other copies of any for sale, only a few in institutions. 
Price: 450.00 GBP
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8 Richard Webster Huntley, M.A. late fellow of All Soul's College Oxford & one of the Proctors of the Diocese of Gloucester. A Letter to his grace the lord Archbishop of Canterbury on the Ecclesiastical Commission with especial reference to the Projected Suppression of a Bishopric in North Wales
Author published? 1843 First Edition Pamphlet 14 x 21.5cm Approx 
11 pages, Grey paper biding fair with folding & ink ref. to top right corner "3628". The pamphlet is in fair/good condition. Text clean, minor dirt edges & folding, NO foxing or major faults. This is a printed copy of the letter Rev. Huntley wrote on 18th March 1843 from Boxwell, Gloucestershire, his Estate & printed by Gilbert & Rivington London & most likely just printed so the author could give to friends & relevant people. At time of listing a quick net check found no information on this pamphlet, let alone for sale. ( Boxwell Court was the Hunley family Estate & he latter lived at Sovereign Street, London). 
Price: 50.00 GBP
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9 Spankie, Mr. Serjeant Spankie ( Robert Spankie M.P. ) ( 1774 – 1842). 2 ITEMS; The Following Letter has been addressed to his constituents by Mr. Serjeant Spankie the Reform Member for the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury. ( Nov 1834) & A Second Letter from Mr. Serjeant Spankie to his constituents of the Metropolitan
London Author? + Roake and Varty printers London 1834 First Edition As Published Without Binding 11.5 x 18.5 Cm. Approx 
2 separate documents, Both are of 16 pages each, both first editions, one dated at end Nov 24, 1834, , the other December 9, 1834. both are in good condition with minor dirt/stain to covers that are also title page & last page (as issued), most pages very clean. Both folded more than once. It is about his reasons for not attending meetings about the removal of ministers, seems to be about the King & constitution, with mention to Ireland, the abolition of the Lords, the removal of ministers, overthrow of all religious & establishments, The King removing Ministers & the Kings new Government ect.(I have only had a quick look, but he was urging restraint and afraid that we (England) would have a revolution like America & France.). At this time The King chose a Parliament Leader (Prime Minister) , not Parliament and the King chose the Cabinet not Parliament. At this time Sparkie was one (of 2 ) Members of Parliament elected for the new Borough of Finsbury (This included several Parishes , Saint Giles-in-the-Fields, Bloomsbury, Stoke Newington, Islington; Lincolns Inn and Grays Inn & Holborn etc, etc.). A "Serjeant"-at-law was an order of barristers at the English or Irish bar.. A Serjeant enjoyed a social precedence after knights bachelor and before companions of the Bath and other orders. He seems to have left parliament in December 1834 or early 1835…... Both very rare..... full title of 2nd item is .. A Second Letter from Mr. Serjeant Spankie to his constituents of the Metropolitan Borough of Finsbury. 
Price: 150.00 GBP
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10 Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, Dean of Westminster Dedication of Westminster Abbey: A sermon preached by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, on December 28, 1865 (the Feast of the Holy Innocents) being the eight hundredth anniversity of the foundation of the abbey by King Edward the Confessor
Oxford & London Parker and Co 1866 First Edition Phamphlet - paper covers 14 x 22.cm Approx From Author, poss Signed to Cover
31 pages, Original Blue paperback Binding fair with some dirt & edge wear, to top "From the Author" 3639 & a owners signature. Contents fair/good, clean pages, one page with one ink word missed by printer. corner bending. 
Price: 60.00 GBP
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11 The Old Craftsman ( actually Robert Richardson, junior ). To the Freemen of Alnwick "My good Friends and Brother-Freemen" +" letter II, My good Friends and Brethren" & " Letter III, To the Freemen of Alnwick " 3 related pamphlets.
Alnwick Non Given , Printed by T. Alder 1781 First Edition Phamphlet - paper covers 14.5 x 23cm Approx 
8 pages, 12 pages & 12 pages. 3 related Pamphlets dated November 28th, December 6th & December 17th 1781 all three as issued without bindings. Fair/good, a little underlining, folding and minor dirt/staining, 3rd one is ¾ uncut/unread. Only 1st has a printers name. None with publishers name. The first 3 of a series of seven famous annonymous letters published between 28 November 1781 and 1 February 1782, The Freemen of Alnwick are unique in England in that they are a corporation which exists apparently completely unregulated by any government body. At time of listing no other copies found on the net for sale. 
Price: 150.00 GBP
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