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Downing, A. Curtis, G. Rural Essays.

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Contents very clean with some foxing to endpapers. In original binding showing some very minor wear at spine ends otherwise in vg.

With a memoir of the author by George William Curtis. A final chapter comprises letters written by Downing. Dykes, W. Notes on Tulip Species. Herbert Jenkins. Scarce in original dustwrapper which has been mounted onto similar coloured paper to preserve it. Dustwrapper has a little loss in places and some stain marks. Still a very nice copy. Forsyth, W. Contents in vg. Bound in original cloth boards which do show wear, more so on corners and spine ends.

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Longman and Rees. Contents beautifully clean. In original, handsome, full leather binding with gilt decoration and lettering to spine. Front external hinges showing some wear at top and bottom - binding in fine condition. With armorial bookplate of John Bolton to front paste down, and his neat signature to top corner of title page.

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A very nice copy of the large format first edition. Hartlib, Samuel. Samuel Hartlib his Legacie. Or An Enlargement of the Discourse of Husbandry used in Brabant and Flaunders; Wherein are bequeathed to the Common-Wealth of England more outlandish and domestic experiments and secrets in reference to Universal Husbandry.

London, Hills for Richard Wodenothe. Crown 8vo. Small hole to A3. Prov: Neat private library stamp to front pastedown Rothamsted, Lawes Trust. Harding Search our Stock. Quick Search. Opening hours: - Mon. The old lady was hemming a fine white frill; the old gentleman was reading what looked like a page from some newspaper.

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Make your curtsey, miss. I leave you to see to it, my lady. He laid down the sheet and went out, very straight and dignified, and without quite knowing how it happened the children found themselves sitting on two little stools in a room that was, and was not, the parlour in which they had had that hopeful eggy breakfast, each holding a marbled side of Dr. Perhaps because she was a girl, perhaps because she was two years older than he.

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They looked hopelessly at the bright sunlight outside, and then at the dull, small print of the marble-backed book. He got up and carried it across to her, and as he did so he glanced at it and saw:—. Edred crept back to his stool, and took his corner of the marble-backed book of Dr.

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Watts with fingers that trembled. If you are inclined to despise him, consider that it was his first real adventure. Even in ordinary life, and in the time he naturally lived in, nothing particularly thrilling had ever happened to happen to him until he became Lord Arden and explored Arden Castle. And now he and Elfrida had not only discovered a disused house and a wonderful garret with chests in it, but had been clothed by mysterious pigeon noises in clothes belonging to another age.

Well, that was just what Edred told himself at the time. And yet it was certain that they did.

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This sort of thing it was that made the whole business so mysterious. Further, he and his sister had managed somehow to go back a hundred years. He knew this quite well, though he had no evidence but that one sheet of newspaper. He felt it, as they say, in his bones.

Shepherds and country people can tell the hour of night by the feel of the air. So perhaps very sensitive people can tell the century by much the same means. These, of course, would be the people to whom adventures in times past or present would be likely to happen. We must always consider what is likely, especially when we are reading stories about unusual things.

That paper says so. So she must have had more of that like-shepherds-telling-the-time-of-night feeling than even her brother. We always have to go back to the Saxons because of the new girls. Presently she laid down the Times and got ink and paper—no envelopes—and began to write. She was finishing a letter, the large sheet was almost covered on one side.

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When she had covered it quite, she turned it round and began to write across it. She used a white goose-quill pen. The inkstand was of china, with gold scrolls and cupids and wreaths of roses painted on it. On one side was the ink-well, on the other a thing like a china pepper-pot, and in front a tray for the pens and sealing-wax to lie in. Both children now knew their unpleasant poem by heart; so they watched the old lady, who was grandmother to the children she supposed them to be.

When she had finished writing she sprinkled some dust out of the pepper-pot over the letter to dry the ink. There was no blotting-paper to be seen.

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Then she folded the sheet, and sealed it with a silver seal from the pen-tray, and wrote the address on the outside. No, no; you know better than that. Feet in the first position, hands behind you, heads straight, and do not fidget with your feet. Skinner should invite you. Just hand her the letter and come out. Shut the door softly, and do not shuffle with your feet.

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