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  • Barbour® Cord Cap
    Barbour® Cord Cap

    Classic driver style cap with a cotton corduroy outer and lined with polyamide. Rakish style sets off any outfit. Corduroy drivers cap in tan. 100% cotton with 100% polyamide lining. Sizes: 6 ⅞, 7, 7⅛, 7¼, 7⅜, 7½, 7⅝.

  • European Union - The Road To Rome
    European Union - The Road To Rome

    Common action on asylum, visas, immigration and controls at external borders. The UK and Ireland opted out of this provision;. Common action on public health and the environment;. Protection of the rights and interests of consumers;. Promoting the diversity of cultures;. Countering fraud against the financial interests of the Community;. Acknowledging the role of the system of public broadcasting in the member states;. Protection and respect for the welfare of animals;. The rights of citizens...

    £12.00
    annomundi.com
  • Lost Underground Stations
    Lost Underground Stations

    Key Points * Compiled by a noted authority on the history of London Underground * Fully illustrated with photographs and a selection of memorabilia Description In the 150 years since the first section of the future London Underground network was opened, the history of the network has been one of almost constant expansion with the surface, sub-surface and tube lines all seeing considerable growth over the years. The most recent extension to the network has been the opening of the Jubilee Line from...

    £7.95
    crecy.co.uk
  • Russell on Arbitration 23rd ed
    Russell on Arbitration 23rd ed

    Gives a clear understanding of the stages of an arbitration from beginning to end, from the appointment of the arbitration tribunal and their powers, to what relief and remedies an arbitration tribunal may award. . Examines the detailed provisions of the English Arbitration Act 1996 and case law since its introduction through expert commentary and analysis. Discusses the role of the English court during and after an arbitration providing guidance on when the court can intervene in proceedings...

    £415.00
    wildy.com
  • Sean Launches New Sheffield United Book
    Sean Launches New Sheffield United Book

    Sean Bean and Dr Gary Armstrong sign copies of Sheffield United FC – The Biography at Brunel University (click on the thumbnail for a larger version)

    £29.99
    compleatseanbean.com
  • St Paul's Cathedral Before Wren
    St Paul's Cathedral Before Wren

    St Paul's Cathedral is the City of London's most important monument and historic building. But Wren' great work is only the most recent of a succession of Anglo-Saxon and medieval cathedrals on the site, where Christianity was first established in AD 604. This report is the first ever comprehensive account of the archaeology and history of the cathedral and its churchyard from Roman times up to the construction of the Wren building which began in 1675. Archaeological excavations and observations...

    £100.00
    english-heritageshop.org.uk
  • The A to Z of United States-Japan Relations
    The A to Z of United States-Japan Relations

    The A to Z of United States-Japan Relations traces this 150 year relationship through a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, a bibliography, and cross-referenced dictionary entries on key persons, places, events, institutions, and organizations. Covering everything from Walt Whitman's poem, "A Broadway Pageant," commemorating the visit of the Shogun's Embassy to the U.S. in 1860, to zaibatsu, this ready reference is an excellent starting point for the study of Japan's dealings with the U.S.

    £20.67
    lybrary.com
  • The Captive Conscience
    The Captive Conscience

    This book was designed to remind a new generation of the stand that has been taken by Christadelphians over the past 150 years, and by all faithful believers down the centuries. The topics dealt with include:

    £6.75
    thechristadelphian.com
  • The First Treasure Divers
    The First Treasure Divers

    Who invented the diving helmet? Refer to any encyclopedia or history book and the answer you will find will almost certainly be wrong. The First Treasure Divers reveals the true and fascinating story. It blows away the myths and deliberate misinformation that have crept into the historical record. Thanks to the painstaking research the author has carried out over the past 25 years, the falsehoods are peeled away to unveil the true, definitive account.

    £12.99
    hinchcliffe-books.co.uk
  • The Rutland Water OSPREYS
    The Rutland Water OSPREYS

    Historically the Osprey was widely distributed throughout England but by the end of the last century Ospreys hadn't bred in England for more than 150 years. Thanks to Anglian Water's close work with the LRWT English, chicks hatched in 2001 at Rutland Water, their largest reservoir. This ground-breaking project was the first of its kind in Europe, and is now in its eighteenth year. Other Osprey translocation projects in Italy and Spain have come about as a direct result of it, and breeding pairs are...

    £9.99
    wildlifebooks.com
  • Wade John: From Daguerre to Digital
    Wade John: From Daguerre to Digital

    £37.49
    eruditor.com
  • William John Wills
    William John Wills

    In 1860 the Australian interior was unmapped and unknown to European settlers. When the Victorian Exploring Expedition tasked Robert O'Hara Burke, William John Wills and a party of nineteen men with crossing the country from South to North, this was soon to change. Following their slow and arduous journey from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria, John Van der Kiste gets to the heart of the expedition and the men involved. This book explores the way in which poor leadership skills, explosive characters...

  • John Bull 1.8kg - Brown Ale
    John Bull 1.8kg - Brown Ale

    Ah! “John Bull” the stout jolly, middle aged, country Gent. personification of Britain, . . . a name from the past, I once had a John Bull Printing Outfit as a youngster but this is the totally unrelated and far more interesting “ John Bull Drinking Outfit” that appeals more to us Once-upon–a-time Youngsters! This range has Good Breeding! Quality Malts and 150 years brewing experience make this an all time favourite, especially when brewed with a good beer kit enhancer and /or Dark Spray Malt. ....

    £12.99
    balliihoo.co.uk
  • John Bull Brown Ale
    John Bull Brown Ale

    First time I've made this one. The brew is still clearing in the presure barrel but it is looking good. It should be ready in another week which is handy cos my "Admirals Reserve" should run out at about the same time!

  • The Kingdome of England by Speed, John
    The Kingdome of England by Speed, John

    John Speed (1552 - 1629) is the most famous of all English cartographers primarily as a result of The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, the first atlas of the British Isles. The maps from this atlas are the best known and most sought-after of all county maps. The maps were derived mainly from the earlier prototypes of Christopher Saxton and Robert Morden but with notable improvements including parish "Hundreds" and county boundaries, town plans and embellishments such as the coats of arms...

    £2,500.00
    sandersofoxford.com
  • Policing Birmingham: An Account of 150 Years of Police in Birmingham by John William Reilly
    Policing Birmingham: An Account of 150 Years of Police in Birmingham by John William Reilly

    Price comparison results for John William Reilly - Policing Birmingham: An Account of 150 Years of Police in Birmingham are listed below. The cheapest price including postage is listed first, this assumes that the purchase does not qualify for free delivery. Many of the retailers offer free delivery above a certain total order value. If you are thinking of purchasing more books than just John William Reilly - Policing Birmingham: An Account of 150 Years of Police in Birmingham...

    £14.99
    chrysalisbooks.co.uk
  • Creation or Evolution? - e-book
    Creation or Evolution? - e-book

    Where man came from, and where he is going to, are two fundamental questions about human life. The past 150 years have seen the rapid erosion of belief in an all-creating God, and schools, colleges and universities generally assume that the theory of evolution is accepted by all. This new booklet provides compelling reasons for accepting the Biblical account of creation, and is useful for those whose faith is being challenged by evolutionary teaching.

    £2.50
    thechristadelphian.com
  • Amazon Frontier: Defeat of the Brazilian Indians by John Hemming
    Amazon Frontier: Defeat of the Brazilian Indians by John Hemming

    Details This text continues the tale started in Hemming's "Red Gold". This book covers the 150 years when the first European scientists explored Amazonia and were fascinated by its tribal people. Encounters with new tribes continued throughout the 19th century, particularly when the Amazon's rubber monopoly made Manaus a frontier boom town, but the Indians declined drastically in numbers, and changed from being feared enemies to objects of anthropological study or romantic literature. "Amazon Frontier...

    £2.90
    worldofbooks.com
  • John Deere
    John Deere

    A gorgeously photographed, thoughtfully researched chronicle covering more than 150 years of Deere and Company innovation. 384p. 300 colour & 50 b/w ill. h/b. Due November

    £34.99
    nynehead-books.co.uk
  • Oxford Paperback Reference: The Oxford Dictionary of Rhyming Slang
    Oxford Paperback Reference: The Oxford Dictionary of Rhyming Slang

    Rhyming slang has gained a cliched reputation in recent years, but there is no doubt that this curious linguistic phenomenon is of interest to many of us, and its origins have as much etymological interest as the more sober passages in Oxford's more sober dictionaries. The layout here is by subject: the 27 subjects covered include sex, food and drink, the animal world and apparel, as full of often witty synonyms (how about the classical allusion of 'Oedipus Rex

    £11.99
    lovereading4kids.co.uk
  • The Legacy of John Austin's Jurisprudence
    The Legacy of John Austin's Jurisprudence

    This is the first ever collected volume on John Austin, whose role in the founding of analytical jurisprudence is unquestionable. After 150 years, time has come to assess his legacy. The book fills a void in existing literature, by letting top scholars with diverse outlooks flesh out and discuss Austin,s legacy today. A nuanced, vibrant, and richly diverse picture of both his legal and ethical theories emerges, making a case for a renewal of interest in his work. The book applies multiple perspectives...

    £117.00
    wildy.com
  • The Captive Conscience - e-book
    The Captive Conscience - e-book

    Please note: This is a digital download. In order to access this after you have purchased it, you will need to sign in to your online account. If you have forgotten your password see the Help / FAQ section. If you don’t already have an online account, make sure you click the “Generate login” box on the first page of the checkout.

    £5.00
    thechristadelphian.com
  • Luling Virginia: Somali Sultanate: The Geledi City-State Over 150 Years
    Luling Virginia: Somali Sultanate: The Geledi City-State Over 150 Years

    Somali Sultanate: The Geledi City-State Over 150 Years

    £18.71
    eruditor.com
  • Herefordshire by Speed, John
    Herefordshire by Speed, John

    Notes John Speed (1552-1629) is the most famous of all English cartographers primarily as a result of The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, the first atlas of the British Isles. The maps from this atlas are the best known and most sought-after of all county maps. The maps were derived mainly from the earlier prototypes of Christopher Saxton and Robert Norden but with notable improvements including parish "Hundreds" and county boundaries, town plans and embellishments such as the coats of arms...

    £790.00
    sandersofoxford.com
  • John Bull IPA
    John Bull IPA

    The included instructions enable beers of the highest quality, flavour and strength to be made easily and economically at home.

  • LAST OF THE BRAVE; or RESTING PLACES OF OUR FALLEN HEROES IN THE CRIMEA AND AT SCUTARI
    LAST OF THE BRAVE; or RESTING PLACES OF OUR FALLEN HEROES IN THE CRIMEA AND AT SCUTARI

    Cemeteries in the Crimea where British officers and men are buried with details of headstones and memorials and their inscriptions. Statistical returns showing strengths and casualties. “In offering the following pages to the Public, the Compilers trust that they are not too late in attempting to excite an interest relative to the last earthly tenements of those gallant ones who, while they lived, were their country's noblest pride, and now that they can fight her victories no more, assert a just...

    £18.00
    naval-military-press.com
  • District Line: What We Talk About When We Talk About The Tube
    District Line: What We Talk About When We Talk About The Tube

    All experience the city as a cultural phenomenon and notice its nature and its people. Read individually they're delightful small reads, pulled together they offer a particular portrait of a global city". (Evening Standard). "Exquisitely diverse". (The Times). "Eclectic and broad-minded ...beautifully designed". (Tom Cox, Observer). "A fascinating collection with a wide range of styles and themes. The design qualities are excellent, as you might expect from Penguin with a consistent look and feel...

  • Dorsetshyre by Speed, John
    Dorsetshyre by Speed, John

    John Speed (1552-1629) is the most famous of all English cartographers primarily as a result of The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, the first atlas of the British Isles. The maps from this atlas are the best known and most sought-after of all county maps. The maps were derived mainly from the earlier prototypes of Christopher Saxton and Robert Norden but with notable improvements including parish "Hundreds" and county boundaries, town plans and embellishments such as the coats of arms of...

    £950.00
    sandersofoxford.com
  • Wiltshire by Speed, John
    Wiltshire by Speed, John

    John Speed (1552 - 1629) is the most famous of all English cartographers primarily as a result of The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, the first atlas of the British Isles. The maps from this atlas are the best known and most sought-after of all county maps. The maps were derived mainly from the earlier prototypes of Christopher Saxton and Robert Morden but with notable improvements including parish "Hundreds" and county boundaries, town plans and embellishments such as the coats of arms...

    £1,500.00
    sandersofoxford.com
  • Wales by Speed, John
    Wales by Speed, John

    Speed (1552-1629) is the most famous of all English cartographers primarily as a result of The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, the first atlas of the British Isles. The maps from this atlas are the best known and most sought-after of all county maps. The maps were derived mainly from the earlier prototypes of Christopher Saxton and Robert Norden but with notable improvements including parish "Hundreds" and county boundaries, town plans and embellishments such as the coats of arms of local...

    £1,500.00
    sandersofoxford.com