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In the Steps of St Paul

By Morton, Henry Vollam

London: Rich & Cowan, 1936. . 440 pages, story of travel through Mediterranean lands. Edges foxed; spine cloth taped with original soine glued on top. Many sepia photographs.. First Edition. Cloth. Average Minus.


Reedness, Whitgift, Ousefleet: A History

By Ireson, Philip

Swinefleet: Marshland Local History Group, 1990. . 20 pages, illustrated history of three villages located on the south bank of the Yorkshire Ouse to the east of Goole.. Pamphlet. Good.


The Parish Church of St Nicholas, East Dereham: Church Guide

By Rose, Martial

East Dereham: St Nicholas Church, 2002. . 22 pages, illustrated.. Pamphlet. Good.


Travelling Through the Promised Land
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Travelling Through the Promised Land

By Bridge, Donald

Tain: Christian Focus Publications, 1998. . 224 pages, paper slightly yellowed.. Paperback. Average Plus.


Captain Cook's Voyages of Discovery

By [Cook, James]; [Barrow, Sir John (editor)]

London: J M Dent & Co: Everyman's Library, 1910. . ix + 479 pages. Undated.. Cloth. Average.


Farming in the Yorkshire Dales

By Yorkshire Dales National Park Committee

Settle: Yorkshire Dales National Park Committee, 1977. . 20 pages, illustrated.. Pamphlet. Good.


The Place-Names of North Devonshire

By Blomé, Bertil

Uppsala: Appelbergs Boktryckeri Aktiebolag, 1929. . xx + 189 pages, covers a bit tattered. Etymology of many hundreds of place names arranged by Hundred and Parish. Ph D inagural dissertation at the University of Uppsala in May 1929.. Paperback. Average.


Cowper Country: An Introduction to the Town of Olney and the Immediate Neighbourhood

By Osborn, Gordon

Olney: A. G. H. Osborn, 1976. . 96 pages.. Paperback. Very Good.


The Old Inns of Olney

By Knight, Elizabeth

Buckingham: Barracuda Books Ltd, 1981. . 104 pages, illustrated. Edges and endpapers a bit foxed.. Hard Cover. Good/Good.


The Topography of the Holy Land: a succinct account of all the places, rivers, and mountains of the land of Israel, mentioned in the Bible, so far as they have been identified: together with their modern names and historical References

By Tristram, Henry Baker

London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (SPCK), 1871. . xv + 351 pages. 15 illustrated chapters on different areas, from the Negev to Phoenicia and back down the east of Jordan to Moab. Foxed; front endpaper missing.. Cloth. Average.


The Homes and Haunts of Luther

By Stoughton, John; Irwin, Clarke Huston (editor)

London: Religious Tract Society, 1903. . 320 pages, a number of monochrime photographic plates.. Fourth Edition. Cloth. Average.


The Footsteps of St Paul

By Macduff, John Ross (anonymously)

London: James Nisbet & Co, 1863. . xii + 416 pages. Endpapers etc a bit water stained, a few pages a bit creased, a little wear to extremities.. Leather. Average.


Tourist in Israel

By Houghton, Sidney M

London: Banner of Truth Trust, 1968. . 220 pages, 12 pages of photos. Impressions from a trip to Israel in May 1967, by one of the Banner of Truth's earlier book editors and authors.. First Edition. Paperback. Average.


Canberra: A Personal Perspective

By Smith, Heide

Narooma: Heide Smith Photography, 1999. . 64 pages, atmospheric full page photographs from Australia's capital, presented in black and white.. Paperback. Very Good.


St Paul in Greece

By Meinardus, Otto F A

Athens: Lycabettus Press, 2001. . 127 pages.. Seventh Edition. Paperback. Average.


The Dingwall Canal (Local Studies No 1)

By Clew, Kenneth R

Dingwall: Dingwall Museum Trust, 1988. . 9 pages. The history of the canalisation of the mouth of the River Peffery (opened 1817) to form a harbour which was used for trade in grain, potatoes, wool, timber, coal, and fish.. Pamphlet. Good.


Oriental Customs; or an Illustration of the Sacred Scriptures, by an Explanatory Application of the Customs and Manners of the Eastern Nations, and Especially the Jews, Therein Alluded to Collected from the Most Celebrated Travellers .... Eminent Critics

By Burder, Samuel

London: Thomas Tegg, 1839. . viii + 500 pages, cloth spine missing, front board somewhat water-stained (no smell), back board loose. Samuel Burder (1773-1836), was initially, like his uncle George Burder, an Independent minister, in St Albans from 1797. In 1808 he was ordained into the Church of England, ministering in London . In this book he illustrates particular expressions in Scripture mainly by quoting from other authors on the customs of the east, in a shorter and more popular manner than a somewhat similar work by Harmer.. New Edition. Cloth. Average Minus.


A Walk Across America

By Jenkins, Peter

Tring: Lion Publishing, 1981. . 320 pages. Paper a bit browned. . Paperback. Average.


The Holy Land
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The Holy Land

By Owen, George Frederick

Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1977. . 327 pages. Foreword by the astronaut James B Irwin. Detailed description of the geography, topography and history of the Holy Land. Edges foxed.. Hard Cover. Average/Average.


Fife and Its Folk: A Key to the Kingdom

By Bonthrone, Eila (Compiler)

Cupar: Fife County Council, 1951. . 56 pages, illustrated. A little water staining to spine area of last few pages.. Pamphlet. Average.


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