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18 March 2014

Devon imprints. Axminster

The Devon book trades : imprint registers.

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Axminster. Axminster Branch Bible Society. 1814. Publisher. AXMINSTER Branch Bible Society. Rules of the Axminster Branch Bible Society established in the year 1814, with the speeches spoken upon the occasion. - Axminster : [] , [1814]. - Davidson p.14 (Secktor Lib.).

Axminster. Bull, Richard. 1796. Printer and circulating library.

Axminster. Bull, Richard. 1796. Printer and circulating library. DE LA POLE, J.W. To the gentry and yeomanry within the hundred of Colyton. - Axminster : Printed by R.Bull, at the circulating library , [1796]. - 1°. - Verso blank. - Dated at top: Shute House, November 1796. - Relates to government requirements for returns of livestock. - Held by: DRO 1262M/L1. Watermark: J. & H. Matthews [Etherleigh bridge Mills].

Courtesy Devon Heritage Centre.

Axminster. Butcher, Samuel. 1790. Printer.

Axminster. Butcher, Samuel. 1790. Printer. DEVONSHIRE. To be lett by private contract, in one or more lots, till Lady-Day 1791, about twenty acres of choice clover and grass ... situate near Axminster. - Axminster : Butcher, printer , 1790. - 1 sheet ; 1/4°. - Held by: DRO (Colyton bastardy papers).

Axminster. Parish Clerk. 1809. Printer.

Axminster. Parish Clerk. 1809. Bookseller. PORTIONS of the psalms of David, together with appropriate anthems and hymns, accommodated to the services of the Church of England, on Sundays and other holy seasons of public worship, and selected for the use of the parish church of Axminster in the county of Devon. Second edition, with additions. - Yeovil: printed by J. King, in the market-Place, and sold by the clerk of the parish church of Axminster , 1809. - [2],114,[5]p ; 8o. - Barry McKay rare books 2010.

Axminster. Pulman, George. 1845. Printer. The western agriculturalist ; a farmer's magazine ... lectures on agricultural chemistry / by W.D.Conybeare. - Axminster : G.Pulman , 1845. - 92p : tables ; 19cm. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre: s630.5/WES/WES. - Subjects: Westcountry. Agriculture. Periodicals. 1844-1845.

Axminster. Pulman, William. 1849. Printer. Pulman, George Philip Rigney. A collection of correspondence with remarks and explanations relative to the election of an organist for Axminster Church ... - Axminster : William Pulman , 1849. - 32p ; 17cm. - Davidson p.14 (Secktor Lib.). - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre: s786.622/AXM/PUL. - Subjects: Devon. Axminster. Organists. Axminster Church. Election. 1849.

Axminster. Toms. 1815. Printer and bookseller*. Edye, John. A letter to William Wilberforce, Esq. M.P. on the consequences of the unrestrained importation of foreign corn. By John Edye, Esq / [Edye, John.]. - London : Sold by Longman and Co. Paternoster Row, and Harding St. James's Street ; Brodie and co. Salisbury ; Cruttwell, Bath ; Richardson, Bristol ; Dyer, Exeter ; Spurway, Honiton ; and other booksellers ; Printed and sold by Tucker and Toms, Chard and Axminster, 1815. - 24 p. ; 23 cm. - Held by: Goldsmiths' Library, University of London , Kress no. 21167 ; St. Andrews.

Axminster. Wills, Emanuel. 1836. Bookseller*. The questions answered : Why should the King maintain a church where there is no congregation? 2. - Why should he exact tithe to maintain the priests of such church from persons who differ from it? : in a letter of instruction to the people, senators in general, and Lords Morpeth and J. Russell in particular, on the Irish Church Bills. By a Catholic priest, of the Church of England, author of 'The Church revenues. Who has them?'.-- Third edition.-- London Roake and Varty, 31, Strand; Rivingtons - Baldwin and Cradock - Fraser - Parker; Vincent ; Oxford - Deightons; Stevenson ; Cambridge - Bellerby, York - Knott; Langbridge ; Birmingham - Grappel, Liverpool - Sowler; Newberry ; Manchester - Brogden, Lincoln - Beverley, Boston - Ridge, Newark - Jackson, Louth - Albin, Spalding - Ward, Canterbury - Hall, Maidstone - Batcheller, Dover - Rusher, Reading - Cottle, Basingstoke - Jacob and Johnson, Winchester - Skelton, Southampton - Sydenham, Poole - Simmonds, Dorchester - Commins, Weymouth - Spreat, Exeter - Will, Axminster - Poole, Taunton - Ham, Yeovil - Penny, Sherborne - Duffield, Bath - Richardson, Bristol - Hearne, Salisbury - Currie and Co., Dublin. And of every bookseller in the Kingdom 1836. - Held by: National Trust Libraries ; University of Cambridge Libraries ; University of Oxford Libraries.

Axminster. Wills, Emanuel. 1841. Printer. Pulman, G.P.R. Vade mecum of fly-fishing for trout : being a complete practical treatise of that branch of the art of angling. - Axminster : E.Wills , 1841. - 61p ; 16cm. - PULVAD1841. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre: s799.1755/DEV/PUL. - Subjects: Devon. Trout fishing. 162692/47.html&s=368snSczlA7#sthash.8PlzTK8C.

Axminster. [s. n.]. 1832. HENWOOD, Oliver. Remarks on Sunday vestries and ecclesiastical intolerance, in a letter to the vicar and parishioners of A***. By Oliver Henwood. - Axminster : [] , 1832. - Davidson p.14 (Secktor Lib.).

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