Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
by John FitzMaurice Mills. Published 1982 by M. Beazley in London Includes indexes. Mitchell Beazley pocket guide.
by John FitzMaurice Mills. Beazley in London. Castles, Guidebooks, Historic buildings. Stately homes and castles.
ISBN13:9780855332693. Release Date:January 1982.
Mills, John FitzMaurice. Published by M. Beazley (1982). ISBN 10: 0855332697 ISBN 13: 9780855332693.
Mitchell Beazley Publishers Limited is a British book publisher which is particularly specialised in atlases, reference books, natural history books, cook books, garden books, and wine books. The London-based company Mitchell Beazley was founded in July 1969 by James Alexander Hugh Mitchell (born 20 July 1939 in Epping, England) and John Beazley.
Series: Mitchell Beazley Pocket Guides. By: Peter Hayman and Rob Hume. 272 pages, Col plates. Publisher: Mitchell Beazley. He has written several ornithological books including Discovering Birds, Observer's Birds, Focus on Birdwatching, and Birds by Character. For 10 years he was a member and Chairman of the national British Birds Rarities Committee that scrutinises reports of rare birds in Britain, and in 1973 he discovered a new species for Britain, the American ring-billed gull. He lives in Bedfordshire.
A great title in the series - all of which I have found useful, informative and easy to use - for decades.
Took the book to Albania and used it in the field on various mountain walks and by the coast. A great title in the series - all of which I have found useful, informative and easy to use - for decades.
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Stately Homes in Britain: read a guide to Britain's stately homes including Chatsworth, Longleat, Hardwick Hall . Centuries after their construction, these spectacular country pads now make for a great day out - each with a unique mix of history, architecture and contemporary glamour.
Stately Homes in Britain: read a guide to Britain's stately homes including Chatsworth, Longleat, Hardwick Hall, Penshurst Place and the Castle of Me. Mostly built between the mid-sixteenth century and the early part of the twentieth century, stately homes were the ultimate status symbol for the great families of the country. While over 500 homes were built during this period, very few have survived as ancestral homes in the hands of the aristocracy.
Longleat House English Stately Home.
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