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Albumasar de Magnis Coniunctionibus Albumasar de Magnis Coniunctionibus is a work on Arab astrology printed by Erhard Ratdolt of Augsburg in 1489.
Avison Workbook This workbook is a rare autograph manuscript by Charles Avison, a leading eighteenth century composer.
The Boke named the Royall The Boke named the Royall is a 1507 reprint of Laurent’s Somme des Vices et Vertus written for King Philip of France in 1279.
Gray’s Chorographia Chorographia is the first historical and topographical account of Newcastle upon Tyne written by William Gray in 1649.
Gibsone’s Conches Gibsone’s Conches are watercolour prints of over 3,000 species of seashells painted in meticulous detail by George Gibsone.
The Fables of Aesop and Others Fables of Aesop was a long cherished idea of Thomas Bewick’s based on his childhood love of Croxall’s Aesop’s Fables
Green Grow the Rashes O; Green Grow the Rashes O is an amusing social document and provides a good example of Joseph Crawhall’s great sense of fun
England’s Grievance Discovered in relation to the Coal Trade England’s Grievance Discovered is Ralph Gardiner’s response to the monopoly of trade on the river Tyne.
The Howdy and the Upgetting The Howdy and the Upgetting is an early text written in the Tyneside dialect of the 1790’s.
A History of British Birds vol 1 Land Birds A History of British Birds, published in two volumes, is Thomas Bewick’s most popular and enduring work
A General History of Quadrupeds A General History of Quadrupeds by Thomas Bewick was first published in 1790 and deals with mammals of the whole world
A History of British Birds vol 2 Water Birds A History of British Birds, published in two volumes, is Thomas Bewick’s most popular and enduring work