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D History: General, and Regions Outside the Americas (Go to start of category)
DA Great Britain and Ireland (Go to start of category)
DA689 .S65 [Info] Sinks of London Laid Open: A Pocket Companion for the Uninitiated, To Which is Added a Modern Flash Dictionary Containing all the Cant Words, Slang Terms, and Flash Phrases Now in Vogue, With a List of the Sixty Orders of Prime Coves (London: J. Duncombe, 1848), illust. by George Cruikshank
DA690 .B3 B3 [Info] Bath, in History and Social Tradition (London: J. Murray, 1918), by John Meade Falkner
DA690 .B3 S2 [Info] Bath and Wells (New York: Dodge Pub. Co., n.d.), by Arthur L. Salmon, illust. by E. W. Haslehust (multiple formats at
DA690 .B42 H8 1906 [Info] The Beetham Repository, 1770 (Kendal: T. Wilson, 1906), by William Hutton, ed. by John Rawlinson Ford
DA690 .B632 W4 [Info] The History and Annals of Blackley and Neighbourhood (Middleton: J. Bagot, 1892), by Philip Wentworth
DA690 .B8 1818 [Info] The Picture of Bristol: or, a Guide to Objects of Curiosity and Interest in Bristol, Clifton, the Hotwells and Their Vicinity; Including Biographical Notices of Eminent Natives (second edition; Bristol, UK: Printed for W. Sheppard, et al., 1818), by John Evans (page images at HathiTrust)
DA690 .B8 1828 [Info] The New Guide, or Picture of Bristol, with the Beauties of Clifton: A Descriptive Arrangement of Excursions in Their Vicinities (fourth edition; Bristol, UK: Aitkens, et al., 1828), by John Evans (multiple formats at
DA690 .C2 B3 [Info] Cambridge, by Noel Barwell, illust. by E. W. Haslehust (illustrated HTML at
DA690 .C2 J6 [Info] Life in Old Cambridge: Illustrations of English History (Cambridge, UK: W. Heffer and Sons, 1920), by Mary Evelyn Monckton Jones, contrib. by G. K. Chesterton (multiple formats at
DA690 .C3 [Info] Tales From Canterbury Cathedral, by Mrs. Frewen Lord (illustrated HTML at Gateway to the Classics)
DA690 .C3 D3 [Info] Canterbury, by William Danks, illust. by E. W. Haslehust (illustrated HTML at
DA690 .C3 H7 [Info] Canterbury, by Gordon Home (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
DA690 .C42 [Info] History of the Manor and Ancient Barony of Castle Combe, in the County of Wilts: Chiefly Compiled From Original Mss. and Chartularies at Castle Combe; With Memoirs of the Families of Dunstanvile, Badlesmere, Tiptoft, Scrope, Fastolf, etc. (London: Printed by J.B. Nichols and Son, 1852), by George Poulett Scrope (page images at HathiTrust)
DA690 .C44 C9 [Info] The Story of Rushen Castle and Rushen Abbey, in the Isle of Man, by J. G. Cumming (HTML at Manx Note Book)
DA690 .C58 J7 [Info] The History of Chudleigh, in the County of Devon, and the Surrounding Scenery, Seats, Families, Etc. (London: T. W. Grattan; et al., 1852), by Mary Jones
DA690 .C6 F6 [Info] The Cinque Ports: A Historical and Descriptive Record (Edinburgh and London: Blackwood, 1900), by Ford Madox Ford, illust. by William Henry Hyde (multiple formats at
DA690 .C61 M39 1982 [Info] Romano-British Cemeteries at Cirencester (Cirencester, UK: Cirencester Excavation Committee, Corinium Museum, 1982), by Alan McWhirr, Linda Viner, and Calvin Wells (PDF at Cotswold Archaeology)
DA690.C61 M394 1986 [Info] Houses in Roman Cirencester (Cirencester, UK: Cirencester Excavation Committee, Corinium Museum, 1986), by Alan McWhirr (PDF at Cotswold Archaeology)
DA690 .C61 S78 [Info] Cirencester Anglo-Saxon Church and Medieval Abbey (Cirencester, UK: Cotswold Archaeological Trust, 1998), by David J. Wilkinson and Alan McWhirr (PDF at Cotswold Archaeology)
DA690 .C61 W324 1982 [Info] Early Roman Occupation at Cirencester (Cirencester, England: Cirencester Excavation Committee, Corinium Museum, 1982), by J. S. Wacher and Alan McWhirr (PDF at Cotswold Archaeology)
DA690 .C62 A5 [Info] A Short History of Clent (London: Parker and Co., 1890), by John Amphlett
DA690 .C7 A5 [Info] Cartularium Monasterii Sancti Johannis Baptiste de Colecestria: From the Original Manuscript in the Possession of the Right Hon. Earl Cowper, K.G. (2 volumes in Latin with English notes; London: Printed at the Chiswick Press, 1897), ed. by Stuart A. Moore
DA690 .C71 E7 [Info] Colytonia: A Chapter in the History of Devon; Being Some Account of the Old and George's Meetings, Colyton, From 1662 to 1898 (Liverpool: F. and E. Gibbons, 1898), by George Eyre Evans (page images at HathiTrust)
DA690 .D8 A5 [Info] History of the Dunmow Flitch of Bacon Custom (with poems by the contributors; London: W. Tegg and Co., 1877), by William Andrews, contrib. by William Harrison Ainsworth, William Berry, John Joseph Briggs, Clara de Chatelain, Jean Baptiste François Ernest Chatelain, Mrs. G. M. Tweddell, and George Markham Tweddell
DA690 .F47 T33 1920 [Info] A Terrier of Fleet, Lincolnshire; An Eleventh-Century Inquisition of St. Augustine's, Canterbury (London: Pub. for the British academy by H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1920), ed. by N. Neilson and Adolphus Ballard (multiple formats at

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