Heraldry England Cheshire : The vale-royall of England, or, The county palatine of Chester illustrated : wherein is contained a geographical and historical description of that famous county, ... adorned with maps and prospects, and the coats of arms belonging to every individual family of the whole county / performed by William Smith, and William Webb ; published by Mr. Daniel King ; to which is annexed, an exact chronology of all its rulers and governors both in church and state from the time of the foundation of the stately city of Chester to this very day ; ... also, an excellent discourse of the Island of Man ...; Smith, William,
Heraldry England London : London's armory accuratly delineated in a graphical display of all the arms crests supportes mantles & mottos of every distinct company and corporate societie in the honourable city of London : as they truly bear them faithfully collected from their severall patents which have been approved and confirmed by divers kings at arms in their visitations a work never till now exactly perfected or truly published by any and with rectisy many essentiall mistakes and manifest absurdities committed in painting & carving.; Wallis, Richard,
Heraldry Europe History Sources : Rolls of arms, Edward I (1272-1307) : Herald's Roll, Dering Roll, Camden Roll, St George's Roll, Charles' Roll, Segar's Roll, Lord Marshal's Roll, Collins' Roll, Falkirk Roll, Guillim's Roll, Caerlaverock Poem, Galloway Roll, Smallpece's Roll, Stirling Roll, Nativity Roll, Fife Roll, Sir William le Neve's Roll / edited by Gerard J. Brault.
Heraldry Great Britain 17th Century : The art of heraldry : in two parts : the first concisely comprehending all necessary rules in the said art, with many useful examples of bearing, to facilitate the way of blazening any coat of armor : the second part giving a full account of the priviledges [sic], dignities &c. of the nobility and gentry of England : together with the achievements of each degree &c. according to the excellent method of Guillim's Heraldry, the whole illustrated with fifty two proper sculptures, for the better explanation thereof.; Blome, Richard,
Heraldry Great Britain History Sources : Rolls of arms, Edward I (1272-1307) : Herald's Roll, Dering Roll, Camden Roll, St George's Roll, Charles' Roll, Segar's Roll, Lord Marshal's Roll, Collins' Roll, Falkirk Roll, Guillim's Roll, Caerlaverock Poem, Galloway Roll, Smallpece's Roll, Stirling Roll, Nativity Roll, Fife Roll, Sir William le Neve's Roll / edited by Gerard J. Brault.
Heraldry Scotland : The science of herauldry, treated as a part of the civil law, and law of nations : wherein reasons are given for its principles, and etymologies for its harder terms.; Mackenzie, George,
Heraldry Scotland Biography : Officers of arms in Scotland, 1290-2016 / by Charles John Burnett Esq., former Ross Herald of Arms.; Burnett, Charles J.
Heraldry Scotland History : Officers of arms in Scotland, 1290-2016 / by Charles John Burnett Esq., former Ross Herald of Arms.; Burnett, Charles J.
Heraldry Wales History : Cases in the high court of chivalry, 1634-1640 / edited and calendared by Richard P. Cust and Andrew J. Hopper.
Herb Gardening Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : A new orchard, and garden, or, The best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard: : particularly in the North, and generally for the whole kingdome of England ... : with the country housewifes garden for hearbes of common use ... : as also, the husbandry of bees ... / now the third time corrected and much enlarged, by William Lawson. ; Whereunto is newly added The art of propagating plants ...; Lawson, William,
Herbal Remedies : The Bach flower remedies : illustrations and preparations / Nora Weeks and Victor Bullen; Weeks, Nora.
Herbalists England Early Works To 1800 : The adepts case, : briefly shewing: I. What adepts are, and what they are said to perform. II. What reason there is, to think that there are adepts. III. What would invite them to appear, and be beneficial in a nation. IV. What arguments there are, for and against the taking of such measures.