HULL AND THE EAST RIDING
Tickell (John) The History of the Town and County of Kingston-upon-Hull, 1798, Hull, Thomas Lee & Co., thick 4to, pp. 940 (plus Addenda, pagination duplicated pp. 925-932), illustrated engraved title, an extra-illustrated copy with five engraved plates tipped-in additional to the 17 called for in list to rear. Contemporary rebacked rubbed calf, closed tear to plan and some light foxing but generally a good sound copy.
[together with:] Cragg's Guide to Hull, 1817, Hull, J. Craggs, 8vo, folding plan frontis, original rubbed and stained printed boards, upper hinge very weak; The New Hull Guide: A Picture of Modern Hull, 1880, Hull, Peck & Son, 4to, pp. 186, large paper edition limited to 25 copies, C.S. Todd's copy, multiple illustrations, folding maps (one with tear), foxed, original stamped cloth; Symons (John) Hullinia: or, Selections from Local History, 1872, Hull, W. Adams, 8vo, pp. 152, illustrations, 1889 ALS from the author loosely inserted, original decorated red cloth boards, rubbed and bumped, with edge ware; Woodcock (Rev. Henry) The Hero of the Humber; or the History of John Ellerthorpe, 1868, London, Elliot Stock, 12mo, pp. 181 plus adverts, frontis. portrait, original stamped cloth gilt, spine faded, weak upper hinge; De Sawtry (Geoffrey) [Pseudonym] The Churches of Holderness, Parts I [&] Part II, 1837-38, Hull, Weston Howe [&] Mary Montgomery, two very rare 8vo pamphlets attacking the state of the Church of England in Yorkshire, original printed wraps, well preserved in modern hard cloth boards; Lamplough (Edward) Hull Sonnets [&] Hull Extracts, 1901 [&] 1904, Hull, 8vo (very) limited editions privately printed by Lamplough, Sonnets being dedicatee J.R. Tutin's copy, with his bookplate and the author's presentation inscription to him, both vols in rubbed and bumped diced morocco over cloth boards, with weak upper hinges, Extracts with head of spine detached [with:] Brayshaw (Thomas, Compiler) The Yorkshire Portion of Leyland's "Itinerary.", 8vo offprint from The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, folding map, original blue cloth decorated boards, lettered in gilt (10).