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BRADLEY, Tom : THE OLD COACHING DAYS IN YORKSHIRE.
Leeds : Yorkshire Conservative Newspaper Co. (“The Yorkshire Post”), 1889. First edition. An absorbing account, with much on the early history, Doncaster, John Frederic Herring, Ferrybridge, Tadcaster, York, Easingwold, Thirsk, Northallerton, Boroughbridge, and especially Leeds – with much incidental local history and numerous illustrations by the author of old coaching inns and local landmarks.
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LANE, Charles : COOPER HENDERSON AND THE OPEN ROAD : THE LIFE AND WORKS OF CHARLES COOPER HENDERSON 1803-1877.
London : J.A.Allen & Co., (1984). First edition. The first full-scale study of the Victorian coaching painter, Charles Cooper Henderson, with notes of paintings in public collections, a list of all the known prints made from his work, etc.
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MALET, Harold Esdaile, 1841-1918 : ANNALS OF THE ROAD : OR, NOTES ON MAIL AND STAGE COACHING IN GREAT BRITAIN.
London : Longmans, Green & Co., 1876. First edition. A valuable and beautifully illustrated history of coaching – with chapters on most aspects of the history, the coaches and the roads, as well as “some road slang terms”. Illustrated with striking colour-printed plates (finished with hand colour) by Hanhart and woodcuts in the text. As well as Captain Malet’s own work, this edition also collects together for the first time all the “Nimrod” [Charles James Apperley] essays on the subject.
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