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The Rev. Oliver Heywood, B.A. 1630-1702; His Autobiography, Diaries 1630-1702. 4 Volumes

£99.00

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The Rev. Oliver Heywood, B.A. 1630-1702; His Autobiography, Diaries, Anecdote and Event Book

(Illustrating the General and Family History of Yorkshire and Lancashire. BRIGHOUSE & BINGLEY : 1881-1885. 4 Volume SET. [ Puritan ])

HEYWOOD, Oliver (1629-1702)

Published & Printed for the Editor, Brighouse (1882)

Used Hardcover

Item Description: Printed for the Editor, Brighouse, 1882. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good Plus. Illustrated (illustrator). First Edition : 1881-1885. 4 Volume SET. Hardback. Original dark blue sand-grained cloth faded and bumped, gilt lettered spines and covers. Light grey end-papers. Frontispieces and plates some fold-out plates (one with a tear) - nine in total. Bookplate of 'Giles Shaw'. Owner name on front paper. Tight, bright and clean copies. Rare copies.

Includes extensive bibliography of Heywood's works. Neat Bingley bookbinder's stamp to rear; 'Harrison, Queen Street Mill'. 376, 372, 374, 357 pages. Index. Advert leaves to rear. VERY GOOD INDEED. **Heavy set; extra postage needed. Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. Sm.8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: Small Octavo

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HEYWOOD, Oliver (1629-1702)
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Hardback
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Title:
The Rev. Oliver Heywood, B.A. 1630-1702; His Autobiography, Diaries, Anecdote and Event Book

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The Rev. Oliver Heywood, B.A. 1630-1702; His Autobiography, Diaries, Anecdote and Event Book

(Illustrating the General and Family History of Yorkshire and Lancashire. BRIGHOUSE & BINGLEY : 1881-1885. 4 Volume SET. [ Puritan ])

HEYWOOD, Oliver (1629-1702)

Published & Printed for the Editor, Brighouse (1882)

Used Hardcover

Item Description: Printed for the Editor, Brighouse, 1882. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Good Plus. Illustrated (illustrator). First Edition : 1881-1885. 4 Volume SET. Hardback. Original dark blue sand-grained cloth faded and bumped, gilt lettered spines and covers. Light grey end-papers. Frontispieces and plates some fold-out plates (one with a tear) - nine in total. Bookplate of 'Giles Shaw'. Owner name on front paper. Tight, bright and clean copies. Rare copies.

Includes extensive bibliography of Heywood's works. Neat Bingley bookbinder's stamp to rear; 'Harrison, Queen Street Mill'. 376, 372, 374, 357 pages. Index. Advert leaves to rear. VERY GOOD INDEED. **Heavy set; extra postage needed. Will be well-packed for posting/shipping**. Sm.8vo. [ Rosley Books for Antiquarian books, CHS, Cumberland, Everyman, GKC, Inklings, Keswick, Literature, MacDonald, Rarities, Theology and History. ]. Size: Small Octavo

Author(s):
HEYWOOD, Oliver (1629-1702)
Condition:
Fair
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Title:
The Rev. Oliver Heywood, B.A. 1630-1702; His Autobiography, Diaries, Anecdote and Event Book

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