National Trust Classics
(Publisher: Century (imprint of Century Hutchinson) in conjunction with The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty.
Country: UK. Date: 1970-93.)
Uppark and Its People
by Margaret Meade-Fetherstonhaugh and Oliver Warner. Introduction by Martin Drury.
Century/National Trust, 1988 (National Trust Classics)
NATIONAL TRUST CLASSICS (CENTURY/NATIONAL TRUST)
Series Note: ____
Astride the Wall : A Memoir 1913-1945 - Ursula Wyndham. 1990.
Bath - Edith Sitwell. 1987.
"Traces the history of the English resort and describes the town's cultural and social life."
Byng's Tours: The Journals of the Hon. John Byng, 1781-1792. Edited by David Souden. 1991.
Charles Waterton, 1782-1865: Conservationist and Traveller - Julia Blackburn. 1991.
The Earls of Creatio: The Five Great Patrons of Eighteenth-Century Art - James Lee-Milne. 1986. Rev. ed.
English Architecture Since the Regency: An Interpretation - H.S. Goodhard-Rendel. 1989.
Felbrigg: The Story of a House - R. W. Ketton-Cremer. 1986.
First and Last Loves - John Betjeman. 1987.
Gallipot Eyes: A Wiltshire Diary - Elspeth Huxley. 1988.
Ghastly Good Taste: Or, a Depressing Story of the Rise and Fall of English Architecture - John Betjeman. 1986.
A Hampshire Manor: Hinton Ampner - Ralph Dutton. 1988.
The Housekeeping Book of Susanna Whatman. 1776-1800 by Susanna Whatman. Illustration: Frank Martin; Introduction: Christina Hardyment; Afterword: Thomas Balston. 1988.
In a Gloucestershire Garden - Henry Nicholson Ellacombe. 1982.
Made in England - Dorothy Hartley. 1988.
The Mitred Earl: An Eighteenth-Century Eccentric - Brian Fotherill. 1988.
Not in Front of the Servants: A True Portrait of Upstairs, Downstairs Life - Frank Victor Dawes. 1993.
The Rule of Taste from George I to George IV - John Steegman. 1986.
Rustic Adornments for Homes of Taste and Recreations for Town Folk in the Study and Imitation of Nature - Shirley Hibberd and John Sales. 1987.
The Seven Lamps of Architecture - John Ruskin
Victorian Taste - John Steegman. 1970.
The Wild Garden - William Robinson. ___.
Uppark and Its People - Margaret Meade-Fetherstonhaugh and Oliver Warner (introduction by Martin Drury). 1988.
Book announced as forthcoming but publication not confirmed
Potpourri from a Surrey Garden - Mrs. M. T. [Maria Theresa] Earle (first published: London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1897, and the first of a very successful triology by this author).
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