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The Gamekeeper's Directory - Containing Instructions for the Preservation of Game, Destruction of Vermin and the Prevention of Poaching. (History of S

by , T. Johnson

This important historical record of the ways of an early gamekeeper is extremely difficult to find in its original printing. First penned in 1820, it was revised, and then published by the author's son in 1851...


The Sealyham Terrier - His Origin, History, Show Points and Uses as a Sporting Dog - How to Breed, Select, Rear, and Prepare for Exhibition

by , Theo Marples

THERE is probably no breed of dog that has grown in public favour and become so numerous in so short a time as has this utility Terrier, which is comparatively a modern creation of the Principality. As a show...


Small Boat Sailing on Sea and River

by , E. Knight

Originally published London 1931, this is a well illustrated book that will prove invaluable to the class of yachtsmen for whom it is intended, with much information that will still be found practical and relevant...


Aberdeen Mac - The Story of a Scottish Terrier

by , Charles R. Johns

Originally published in 1917, this entertaining book was written in memory of the authors old friend "Jock," an Aberdeen or Scottish Terrier. A novel of animal trainers, circus dogs, cruelty, vivisection and...


Rugger Practice and Tactics - A Manual of Rugby Football Technique

by , H. MacDonald

Originally published in 1938, this is book is a comprehensive manual of rugby technique and tactics. Well illustrated throughout with photographs and diagrams, this still contains much of practical use to the...


An Essay Concerning Human Understanding

by , John Locke

John Locke is widely regarded as the father of classical liberalism. This essay was groundbreaking in its approach to foundation of human knowledge and understanding, he describes the mind at birth as a blank...


Walter Rathenau: His Life and Work

by , Count Kessler

This early work on Walter Rathenau is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It details the life and work of the German industrialist and politician Walter Rathenau. This fascinating work is thoroughly...


Between Tears and Laughter

by , Lin Yutang

Written during the second world war as a bitter plea for the west to change its perspective of the world order. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely...


Jean Sibelius

by Ekman Karl

This book contains an unusual biography of the well-known Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, focusing mainly on the man behind the music. Preface: 'It is not our intention in this book to enter into competition...


Larson - Duke of Mongolia

by , Frans Larson

Frans August Larson was a Swedish missionary to Mongolia, this is the account of his travels around central Asia. Larson would go on to become a trusted diplomat well versed in the politics and tribal functions...


An Introduction to the English Novel - Volume Two: Henry James to the Present

by , Arnold Kettle

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


Memorial Of John McCarter And His Descendants

by , Thomas McCarter

This early works is a fascinating insight into the life of John McCarter as compiled by his grandchild. No attempt has been made to prepare an extended biography of John McCarter as few materials now remain...


Micrometers - Slide Gauges and Calipers - Principles, Construction, Operation and Use of Appliances for Fine Mechanical Measurements

by , Alfred Marshall

This early work by Alfred W. Marshall is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains a wealth of information on the design and construction of engineering measuring tools and includes chapters...


Taste and Fashion - From the French Revolution to the Present Day

by , James Laver

This classic book contains a wealth of information on the taste and fashion trends of England from the French Revolution to the 1940s, and will prove a very interesting read for anyone with an interest in the...


Masks and the Origin of the Greek Drama (Folklore History Series)

by , F. Jevons

Greek drama is fascinating and the real beginning of modern drama as we know it today. This well researched and concise book is a must for anybody studying the history of drama. Many of the earliest books, particularly...


An Illustrated Treatise on the Art of Shooting, with Extracts from the Best Authorities

by , Charles Lancaster

Originally published in 1898, this early work contains a mass of varied and well digested information on the subject, and its value is further enhanced by a large number of finely executed illustrations. It...


The House of Pride, and Other Tales of Hawaii

by , Jack London

Originally published in 1912, this early work by American author and social activist Jack London is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains a collection of beautifully written short...


Papers on Psycho-Analysis

by , Ernest Jones

This early work on Papers of Psycho-Analysis is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. The papers here collected have already appeared in print, for the most part in psychological journals that...


Memoirs of the Countess Cosel

by , Joseph Kraszewski

Originally published in 1902, the story of the Countess has all the air of a dramatic romance carefully planned by an ingenious novelist; yet it is a faithful narrative of events, illumined by the light of Kraszewsk's...


Nineveh and Its Remains

by , Austen Layard

Originally published in 1849, this early work by traveller, archaeologist and collector Sir Austen Henry Layard is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It details the religion, art and military...