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Shades Of Eton by Percy Lubbock

2015-08-20

224 pages.Some text underlined ,cover edges faded. end papers foxed. Memoirs of Eton, with tutors and masters Warre, Hornby,Stone,Walter Headlam,Cory, Warre-Cornish, Sam Evans. Visits by Queen Victoria.



Learn Tennis In a Weekend (Learn in a Weekend) by Paul Douglas

2014-02-25

Dorling Kindersley 1991 edition : high quality hard cover in dust jacket :96 pages including index.Synopsis: Detailed instruction to enable mastery of the sport in the quickest possible time. The book contains easy to follow advice on choosing the right equipment; an overview of the fitness factor and fundamentals needed to master the sport; at a glance diagrams illustrating the strategy, tactics and rules; and detailed analysis, from different angles ,of the body movements necessary for the 12 tennis skills. Condition: overall pristine and as new



The First 50 Years 1911-1961 by University of Hong Kong

2012-07-08

First edition of 1,000 copies published in 1962 by the University of Hong Kong Press: not ex-library but in a plastic cover with only the front of the dust jacket present. There is an ownership inscription to both front and back end papers plus small marks from the adhesive used to secure the plastic cover. Contents are very clean , binding is very firm -overall condition good: immediate availability



Shrewsbury by J M West

2011-07-28

Blackie andamp; Sons 1937, first edition signed by author: dark blue cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: cream and blue dust jacket: approximately 5 x 7.5 inches tall: 156 pages including index: black and white photographic illustration. Synopsis: The history of Shrewsbury School written by an old Salopian and previous master at Shrewsbury School. Condition: some discolouration and age rubbing to dust jacket: contents slightly foxed



A Keen Wind Blows The story of Fettes College by Robert Philp

2011-07-15

James and James 1998 first edition: brown cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to front and spine: decorative dust jacket: approximately 8.5 by 11.25 inches tall: 135 pages including index: black and white photographic illustration: full colour plates. Synopsis a comprehensive history of the formation and development of Fettes College in Edinburgh. Condition: very clean and good overall



A School at Shewsbury the four foundations by Colin Leach

2011-07-08

James and James 1990: first edition tan coloured hardcover with gilt lettering to front and spine: decorative dust jacket: approximately 8.5 x 11.25 inches tall: 146 pages including index: black and white photographic illustrations, line drawings and plans: coloured plates. Synopsis: A comprehensive and copiously illustrated history of Shewsbury School presented in a glossy format. Condition: very clean and good overall.



A Salopian Anthology Some impressions of Shrewsbury School during four centuries by Philip Cowburn editor
Macmillan 1964, first edition: Blue cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: decorative green dust jacket: approximately 5.5 x 9 nches tall: 280 pages including index: black and white illustrations and maps. Synopsis: An anthology of articles featuring Shrewsbury School, based on the reminiscences, criticisms and impressions of Salopians over a period of 400 years. Contents entitled as follows: