[Manuscript]  Court of Common Pleas: warrant of attorney of Sarah Bircham, of Wells, widow, 1812, to enter satisfaction for a judgement against Edward Harley, Earl of Oxford and Earl of Mortimer, for £1,400 of  debt and 80 shillings damages.  Manuscript on a printed form.  Red wax seal and signature of Sarah Bircham.  Written on paper, folio, in very good condition. 8


THE REGISTERS, MONUMENTS AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS OF ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH, OLD CATTON, NORFOLK, George A Goutty, 1997; an unnumbered copy of a limited edition of 200; illus. frontispiece; indexes; xiv + 241 pp.; 8vo; short biro inscription on front free endpaper, orig. white pictorial boards, in very good condition. 16 pounds


THE NORFOLK POLL BOOK 1817, S.A. & M.J. Raymond, 1996; reproduced from the original; 8vo; orig. pictorial card covers, a firm, clean copy. 10 pounds


THE HISTORY OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF NORWICH, F. Blomefield, printed at Fersfield, 1741; a self-contained volume on Norwich, being Volume 2 of the first edition of Blomefield’s work on Norfolk; list of subscribers; 6 engraved plates only (of 8, lacking the city plan and the monument of Bishop Hall in Heigham Church); title page printed in red and black; index; vi+914pp; folio; endpapers detached and frayed at edges, contemporary calf, raised bands, some wear on spine and upper hinge, corners bumped; scarce. 180 pounds

The collation is taken from Upcott, p. 945-7.  The author used his own press.  The insertion of plates is thought to have been erratic, which might account for the apparent absence of the plate of the monument of Bishop Hall, while the city plan has doubtless been separated from the book at some stage.


NORFOLK HEARTH TAX EXEMPTION CERTIFICATES 1670-1674: NORWICH, GREAT YARMOUTH, KING’S LYNN AND THETFORD, ed. P. Seaman, British Record Society, 2001; includes thousands of names, arranged by parishes, with index of names, index of places, index of trades and occupations; illus. including sketch maps; xci+352pp; 8vo; orig. cloth gilt, dust-jacket, virtually as new. 15 pounds


[Manuscript]  Probate copy of the 1823 will with 1824 codicil of Thomas Barber, of Potter Heigham, yeoman.  The various legatees include Mary Grapes, William Grapes, Mary Blaxell, Sarah Blaxell, Ann Blaxell, Christian Blaxell, John Blaxell, Harriet Blaxell, Mary Crane.  The executors were John Foster and George Rust, and witnesses were G.F. Thaxter, Robert Hall, and Ann Lacey.  The codicil mentions his sister, Margaret Tubby, and was witnessed by  William Miller and Mary Miller.  The attached probate document, 1825, bears the seal of the Bishop of Norwich.  All written on vellum, in very good condition. 8 pds


NOTES ON THE CHURCH OF ST. PETER OF MANCROFT, NORWICH, James Hooper, Norwich, 1895; a few illus.; 44 pp.; 8vo; original half-morocco, rubbed, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt.  The text contains numerous ink annotations by the author, and much additional related material has been loosely inserted, including manuscript historical notes and some letters by Walter Rye and Rev. F.J. Meyrick addressed to the author. 35 pounds


WHITE’S 1845 NORFOLK, David & Charles Reprints, 1969; “A reprint of the 1845 issue of History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Norfolk, by William White”; 816pp; 8vo; library numbers written on reverse of title page, rebound in two-tone cloth with paper label on spine, a good, firm copy. 40 pounds


[Manuscript]  A substantial abstract of title, circa 1912, regarding an estate at Catfield belonging to Captain Charles Maurice Jickling.  The document includes a brief schedule of 37 lands with dimensions.  Reference is made to copyhold properties held of the “Manors of Catfield Cobbs Sutton Outsoken Ludham and Ludham Bacons”.  Persons mentioned include William Postle, Elizabeth Seaman Postle, John Joseph L’Oste Lubbock, Thomas Beevor, Rev. Henry Hammont Lubbock, John Wilkinson, Annette Binning Cubitt, George Cubitt, Edward George Cubitt, Fanny Maria Cubitt, Agnes Sally Cubitt, George Wilkinson, Wilkins, Thompson, Harmer, Gibbs, Loads, Cox, Rev. Francis Jickling, Thomas Mack.   Duplicated typescript, on 18 sheets of paper, large 4to, with some manuscript amendments, in good condition, exterior a little marked. 10 pounds


[Manuscript]  Final agreement, 1822, between William Foster, gent., plaintiff, and William Moore and Elizabeth his wife, Thomas Gaze and Mary his wife, and James Gaze and Maria his wife:  re two messuages, four cottages, two barns, four stables, four gardens, two orchards, fifty acres of land, etc., in Felmingham and North Walsham.  Landscape folio; manuscript on standard form, on vellum, bearing one blue revenue stamp, in very good condition, has been  folded. 11 pounds


PIGOT AND CO.’S NATIONAL COMMERCIAL DIRECTORY 1830: NORFOLK & SUFFOLK, facsimile edn., M. Winton, 1992; 2 folding maps, 132pp; 8vo; orig. card covers, very lightly used. 13 pounds


Norfolk Genealogy;  publ. Norfolk & Norwich Genealogical Society; 8vo; orig. blue cloth gilt:


INDEX TO NORWICH MARRIAGES 1813-1837, Vol. XIV, 1982; sketch map; index to females; xiii+289pp; a very good copy.  12 pounds


ROSARY CEMETERY, MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS 1819-1986 & BURIALS 1821-1837, Vol. XVIII, 1986; index of names; 308pp; a good copy. 7 pounds


NORWICH ARCHDEACONRY MARRIAGE LICENCE BONDS 1813-1837, Vol. XXIII, 1991; indexes of names, places, and occupations; vi+280pp;  a very good copy. 11 pounds


THE EAST NORFOLK POLL & REGISTER 1835, Vol. 24, 1992; with index of names; viii+227pp; almost as new. 10 pounds

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