Anglo-Saxon / Brythonic

Hebrews in East Anglia (1870), Dr. Moses Margoliouth, very rare book. 112 pages, computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 12.00 donation + P&H. author gives proofs concerning "jews" in England; however, undoubtedly many of these instances were early Hebrews, and not "jews."  Contains some interesting info. 

The Origin of the Aryans (1889), Sir Isaac Taylor, 350 pages, computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 24.00 donation + P&H.

Race Or Mongrel? (1908) Alfred P. Schultz, 370 pages, computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 24.00 donation + P&H.

Hebrews in East Anglia (1870), Dr. Moses Margoliouth, very rare book. 112 pages, computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 12.00 donation + P&H. author gives proofs concerning "jews" in England; however, undoubtedly many of these instances were early Hebrews, and not "jews."  Contains some interesting info. 

The Origin of the Aryans (1889), Sir Isaac Taylor, 350 pages, computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 24.00 donation + P&H.

Race Or Mongrel? (1908) Alfred P. Schultz, 370 pages, computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 24.00 donation + P&H.

Anglo-Saxon / British / Brythonic

 

 

Anglo-Saxon

 

 

 

 

Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Reader (1889), Stephen Carpenter, 212pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 20.00 donation + P&H.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anglo-Saxon Primer (1890), Henry Sweet, 12pp./116pp./8pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 15.00 donation + P&H.  It has some reading from Anglo-Saxon Bible, as well as A-S literature.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Dooms of King Alfred, (laws of England based upon the Bible established c.890 A.D.) 58pp., computer-enhanced reprint, 6.00 donation + P&H.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The History of the Anglo-Saxons (1841), Sharon Turner, 2 Volumes, 1,284pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 70.00 donation + P&H.  RARE FIND, Excellent Book!

 

 

 

British

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The British Constitution (1893), Amos Dean, 104pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound 9.00 donation + P&H. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The History of Normandy and of England (1857), Sir Francis Palgrave, 4 Volumes total 3,248 pages; 8.5x11 (2x2),* 55.00 donation + P&H each or 180.00 donation + P&H for set] Very rare book. Definitive history of the Normans. Vol. 1 covers: Medieval Europe, Carlovingian Empire, Danish expeditions into Gaul, Establishment of Rollo; Vol 2: Rollo, William Long Sword, Richard Fearless, Carlovingian line replaced by Capet; Vol 3: Richard Fearless, Richard Good, Richard III, Robert Devil, William Conqueror; Vol IV: William Rufus, Ascession of Henry Beauclerc. 

* This title has not been computer scanned and laid out as a normal sized book; it is xerox format, 8.5x11 with 2 pages per 8.5x11 page.  It has not been scanned and laid out due to its massive size and due to the fact few people would order it.  It is a very rare book and we make it available since it is one of the only sources for this information.

 

 

 

The History of Puritans & Pilgrim Fathers (1888): Puritans in England, W.H. Stowell, & Pilgrim Fathers, D. Wilson, 508pp., 8.5x11 (2x2),* reprint, plastic comb-bound, 30.00 + P&H.

 

 

 

 

 

Rights of The Kingdom or Customs of Our Ancestors: Touching the Duty, Power, Election, or Succession of our Kings and Parliaments: Our True Liberty, Due Allegiance, three Estates, their Legislative Power, Original, Judicial, and Executive; with the Militia. Freely Discussed through the British, Saxon, Norman Laws and Histories with an Occasional Discourse of Great Changes yet Expected in the World (writtten 1649; 1682 edition), John Sadler, M.P. 319pp., computer-enhanced, plastic comb-bound (1st book in print known that mentions the Anglo-Israel Truth) (Old English type print where s’s look like f’s. Note: this is from a manuscript that is 325 years old. Due to acid from the ink, some pages bled through the other side; the worst of the pages I painstakingly cleaned up and reconstructed; however, there is a lot of "noise" or spots; some text is faint; some dark. It is all readable; but will not be an easy read. This may be only for die-hard enthusiasts, collectors, researchers. 100 hours have been invested in preparing this for printing. The reprint quality is poor to fair. It is probably 99.5% readable; but may take some concerted effort in some places. Do not order it if you do not think you will be able to handle the care required to read it. One original copy was available on the used market for around $800 a few years ago. It has since disappeared. While I am disappointed with the quality, I am glad to be able to present such a rare title available nowhere else on earth. 30.00 donation + P&H. extremely rare book

 

 

 

Brythonic

Wales

 

 

 

 

 

The Welsh Triads and Laws of Howel the Good [excerpted in its entirety from the English portion of the book Welsh Medieval Law (1909), Wade-Evans] 270pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 22.00 donation + P&H.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also available:

 

Our British Ancestors: Who & What They Were (1865), Canon Sam. Lysons, 555pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 35.00 donation + P&H. (very rare book)

 

Six Old English Chronicles (Ethewerd’s Chronicle, Asser’s Life of Alfred, Geoffrey of Monmouth’s British History, Gildas, Nennius, and Richard of Cirencester) (1848), J.A. Giles, editor; 512pp., computer-enhanced reprint, plastic comb-bound, 40.00 donation + P&H.