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Fine Books, Manuscripts and Works on Paper

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Bristol.- Shiercliff (E.) The Bristol and Hotwell Guide, folding engraved frontispiece, contemporary tree calf, gilt, Bristol, 1789 § Manby (G.W.) Fugitive Sketches or the History and Natural Beauties of Clifton, Hot-Wells, and Vicinity, 18 etched and aquatint plates, modern half morocco, [1802] § Fry (Matilda F.) Paul of Tarsus, A Poem, printed on vellum, presentation copy signed by the author to her daughter, engraved frontispiece, original blue morocco, gilt, Bristol, Not Published, 1862 § The Consequences of a New Theatre to the City of Bristol, marginal water-staining, title soiled, modern half morocco, Bristol, 1765 § Goldwin (W.) A Description of the Antient and Famous City of Bristol. A Poem, first edition, lacking half-title, later boards, rebacked in cloth (coming unstuck), London & Bristol, 1751; and 7 others relating to Bristol, v.s. (12)

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Bristol.- Shiercliff (E.) The Bristol and Hotwell Guide, folding engraved frontispiece, contemporary tree calf, gilt, Bristol, 1789 § Manby (G.W.) Fugitive Sketches or the History and Natural Beauties of Clifton, Hot-Wells, and Vicinity, 18 etched and aquatint plates, modern half morocco, [1802] § Fry (Matilda F.) Paul of Tarsus, A Poem, printed on vellum, presentation copy signed by the author to her daughter, engraved frontispiece, original blue morocco, gilt, Bristol, Not Published, 1862 § The Consequences of a New Theatre to the City of Bristol, marginal water-staining, title soiled, modern half morocco, Bristol, 1765 § Goldwin (W.) A Description of the Antient and Famous City of Bristol. A Poem, first edition, lacking half-title, later boards, rebacked in cloth (coming unstuck), London & Bristol, 1751; and 7 others relating to Bristol, v.s. (12)