Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. 8vo 6 x 9ins. Pp. xxviii, 444 Illustrations Map, very good condition. Original cloth gilt. Dust jacket with edge nicks and slight edge loss. 30.00 Click on picture above to view more images How to order (Code No. 45.00 Click on picture above to view more images How to order (Code No. 6522) Clarke, J. Reverend. The Wreck of the Orion: A Tribute of Gratitude. Date. 1851. London: Longman, Brown, Green. Date. 1742, 2nd edition. London, Printed by Henry Lintot. 12mo, 4 1/4 x 7ins. Pp. 6, 344, 14. Full title:- A guide to justices : or modern English precedents, for the direction of justices of peace and their clerks, in making out warrants, mittimus's, recognizances, Supersedeas's, Affidavits, Informations, Inquisitions, Summons, Precepts, Certificates for the Poor, and Warrants. There's not much to recommend here since the film moves at a snail's pace (there's an awful lot of extraneous elevator footage here, much of it used to bridge scenes that were apparently not finished) and the actors, especially Michael Moriarity and Jenny Agutter, look bored beyond tears to be starring in what is obviously a troubled. Not being in any Book Extant: Also necessary for all Deputy-Lieutenants, Commissioners of Sewers, c. to assist them in the Execution of their several Offices. Approv'd and published at the Request of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Gloucester.
A security guard is the next to be killed when the elevator he is riding in develops a mind of its own and freefalls 30 stories. Carolyn can feel that something is wrong with the building when the windows start bleeding and her office door handle jiggles by itself.