|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
Whitbread's Brewery: 1: Your Club by Whitbread & Co. Your Local by Anon: 2: The Brewer's Art by B. Meredith Brown: 4: Whitbread Craftsmen by John Moore: 5: Inns of Kent by G. M. Rainbird: 6: Inns of Sport by J. Wentworth-Day: 7: Receipts and Relishes. Being a Vade Mecum for the Epicure in the British Isles by Bernard Darwin: 8: Your club by The. (ed.) Whitbread Craftsmen (Whitbread & Co., ) Dance and Skylark (Collins, ) Tiger, Tiger (Collins, ) Midsummer Meadow (Collins, ) The White Sparrow (Collins, ) The Season of the Year (Collins, ) (ed.) The Boys’ Country Book (Collins, ) Come Rain, Come Shine (Collins, ) September Moon (Collins, ) Jungle Girl. I was drawn to the book through an interest in how the Romans managed to out-naval an established naval, power, Carthage. This book doesn't help much with that, unless it is because the Romans had engineering genes. Nonetheless, the book details the construction and the outfitting of various types of warships/5(4). (ed.) WHITBREAD CRAFTSMEN (Whitbread & Co., ) DANCE & SKYLARK (Collins, ) TIGER, TIGER (Collins, ) MIDSUMMER MEADOW (Collins, ) THE WHITE SPARROW (Collins, ) THE SEASON OF THE YEAR (Collins, ) (ed.) THE BOYS’ COUNTRY BOOK (Collins, ) COME RAIN, COME SHINE (Collins, ) SEPTEMBER MOON (Collins, ).
Earlier this year, at a book fair in Kent, I chanced across Whitbread Craftsmen. Published in , and weighing in at just 40 yellowing pages, this lovely little tome contains affectionate behind the scenes portraits – words and pictures – of ten different people, all employees of London brewer Whitbread, at the time one of the biggest in. Columbarium: A Treatise on Domestic Pigeons: Pigeon Classics Book 1. John Moore $ Craters of the Far Side Moon. John Moore $ Craftsmen - Whitbread. John Moore $ Voyages de John Moore En France, En Suisse Et En Allemagne. 1. John Moore $ The Diary of Sir John Moore, Volume 1. John Moore. Craftsmen - Whitbread by. John Moore. it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published Want to Read Rate this book. Clear rating. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars * Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author. Ackroyd’s Venice: Pure City is a study of Venice much in the vein of his lauded London: The Biography. Like London, Venice is a fluid, writerly exploration organized around a number of themes. History and context are provided in each chapter, but Ackroyd’s portrait of Venice is a particularly novelistic one, both beautiful and rapturous/5(14).