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Discovering London Street Names | More informationDiscovering London Strret Names by John Wittich,2003,SB,136pp.
Off Beat Walks in London | More informationDiscovering Off-Beat Walks in London by John Wittich and Ron Phillips, SB, 2008,80pp.
The busy streets of London have been traversed for centuries and many a Londoner or tourist may feel that they ar familiar with all the capital has to offer. However, the eight walks described in this volume reveal more then even the most seasoned commuter or visitor my be aware of.
Discovering London Curiosities | More informationDiscovering London Curiosities by John Wittich, 2009, SB, 112pp. This Book introduces readers to a different side of London from the one they may already know. It is a city replete been left untold, and features that go unnoticed.
The City of London A Masonic Guide | More informationThe City of London, a Masonic Guide, Yasha Beresiner, SB, 2006, 96pp.
The City of London and Freemasonry have a past connected in many interesting and convoluted ways. This work takes you on a tour of some of the main landmarks of the City of London revealing the intriguing and mysterious Masonic connections.
Man and Mason-Rudyard Kipling | More informationMan and Mason- Rudyard Kipling by Richard Jaffa, SB,257pp. Rudyard Kipling remains one of the most intriguing and elusive personalities in English Literature. There are many dimensions to his work, but no-one has examined in depth his interest in Freemasonry. This book looks at the life of both the young Kipling and the older one,and shows how,at two major stages of his life, he turned to Freemasonry.
Collected Poems of Rudyard Kipling | More information2001, paperback, 882pp.This edition of the poetry of Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)includes all the poems contained in the Definitive Edition of 1940.
The Best Short Stories | More informationThe Best Short Stories by Rudyard Kipling, SB, 1997, 210pp. This is a fascinating selection of Kipling's most famous short stories,bringing together the very best of his work. Life's Handicap reflects his experiences in India and contains two horror stories which premeate the collection with an air of haunted destinies.
Strange Tales | More informationStrange Tales by Rudyard Kipling, 2006,SB,
284pp.This collection presents the best of these strange tales in which ghosts,monsters and inexplicable happenings abound.
Etiquette for the Traveller | More informationUseful and essential information presented light heartedly. 1999, paperback, 64pp.
Etiquette of Politeness | More informationGood Sense and Good Manners. 1995, paperback, 64pp.
Never | More information"Never complain, never explain, never do anything eccentric". Walter Emanuel, 1997, paperback, 64pp.
Cheese and Wine | More informationSimple pleasures for those of refined taste! 2001, paperback, 64pp.
Etiquette of Motoring | More informationGood manners for drivers. 1997, paperback, 64pp.
Etiquette for the Well Dressed Man | More informationUseful tips on style. 1998, paperback, 64pp.
Etiquette for Gentlemen | More informationRules for a Perfect Conduct. 1995, paperback, 64pp.
Etiquette for Wine Lovers | More informationEtiquette for Wine Lovers,2001 SB, 59pp. Discover Shakespeare's favourite wine and read how to buy wisely, store safely, serve correctly and drink all wines with the greatest enjoyment.
Etiquette for Chocolate Lovers | More informationEtiquette for Chocolate Lovers by Beryl Peters,1997, SB,59pp : The Temptation of Chocolate is here to stay, whether eaten on abundance or nibbled as a treat.
Etiquette for Coffee Lovers | More informationEtiquette for Coffee Lovers by Beryl Peters,1996,SB,63pp : The power of a man's mind are directly proportioned to thr quantity of coffee he drinks.
Tea & Conversation | More informationTea & Conversation, 2000, SB,64pp are natural soulmates. They belong together, entwined as good companions from time gone by.
Recipes for High class Cookery | More informationHigh class Cookery, 2001, SB,61pp: Good breeding can show itself in good taste, good manners and good cooking. These Traditional recipes were used in days gone by in the very best Households.
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