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A SHORT HISTORY OF THE PARISH AND ANCIENT BOROUGH OF THAXTED

£19.99

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A SHORT HISTORY OF THE PARISH AND ANCIENT BOROUGH OF THAXTED (with a detailed description of the Church and several of the oldest houses in Town)

Also features an epilogue by the Rev. Conrad Noel, and illustrations in black and white by I.M.Mayes, E.D.Still, E. Williams also from old engravings

By Ethel Simcoe

Printed and Published by: W Hart & Son (Saffron Walden) Ltd 1934 . Six black and white plates.

Fair condition considering age of book (Published 1934), binding shows some damage but no loose pages.

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Author(s):
Ethel Simcoe
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
15 x 23 x 1 cms
Edition:
1934
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
140
Publisher:
W Hart & Son (Saffron Walden) Ltd
Title:
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE PARISH AND ANCIENT BOROUGH OF THAXTED

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A SHORT HISTORY OF THE PARISH AND ANCIENT BOROUGH OF THAXTED (with a detailed description of the Church and several of the oldest houses in Town)

Also features an epilogue by the Rev. Conrad Noel, and illustrations in black and white by I.M.Mayes, E.D.Still, E. Williams also from old engravings

By Ethel Simcoe

Printed and Published by: W Hart & Son (Saffron Walden) Ltd 1934 . Six black and white plates.

Fair condition considering age of book (Published 1934), binding shows some damage but no loose pages.

Author(s):
Ethel Simcoe
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
15 x 23 x 1 cms
Edition:
1934
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
140
Publisher:
W Hart & Son (Saffron Walden) Ltd
Title:
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE PARISH AND ANCIENT BOROUGH OF THAXTED

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