Chest -- Wounds and injuries -- Atlases. : A colour atlas of chest trauma and associated injuries / Augustin Besson, Frederic Saegesser ; with contributions from Marcel Savary, Félicien M. Steichen, Slobodan Vecerina ; translated by Marcus D. Hellyer.
Arcades -- England -- Chester -- History. : The Rows of Chester : the Chester Rows Research Project / Andrew Brown ... [and others], with contributions by Cathy Groves ... [and others] ; editor: Andrew Brown.
Auction catalogs -- England -- Chester -- Early works to 1800. : The particulars of the capital and valuable freehold estates : ... in the parishes of Talaton, Luppitt, Ottery St. Mary's, Whimple, and Honiton, in Devonshire; late the property of Sir George Yonge, .. and the capital newly erected water mills and worsted factory, at Ottery St. Mary's, with the curious machinery, engines, &c. ... which will be sold by auction, by Messrs. Skinner and Dyke, on Monday the 11th, ... of August, 1794, ... Printed particulars also of C. Flood, esq. Solicitor, Honiton; of Mr. Trewman and son, printers, Exeter; Messrs. Goadby and Co., printers, Sherborne; ... and of Messrs. Skinner and Dyke, Aldersgate Street..
Chester, Battle of, 1659. : Another great victory obtained by the Lord Lambert against Sir George Booth, on Sunday morning last : with the manner of his taking the city of Chester and throwing open the gates, the taking of the five hundred prisoners and divers eminent commanders, viz, Maj. Gen. Egerton, the Lord Kilmurrey, Col. Brooks and Sir Wil. Neal : as also another desperate fight at Leverpool, the taking of the town, the beating and pursuing of the enemy toward Wales, and the escape of Sir George Booth with 200 horse to Cherk Castle.
Canals -- England -- Chester. : The new cut canal, intended for improving the navigation of the city of Chester : ... compared with the Welland, alias Spalding River, now silted up, and Deeping-Fens adjacent, now drowned. ...
Chester Cathedral -- Early works to 1800. : A survey of the cathedrals of York, Durham, Carlisle, Chester, Man, Lichfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester, and Bristol : giving an account of their foundations, builders, antient monuments and inscriptions, endowments, alienations, sales of lands, patronages; dates of consecration, admission, preferment, deaths, burials, and epitaphs of the archbishops, bishops, deans, precentors, chancellors, treasurers, archdeacons, and prebendaries ... With an exact account of all the churches and chapels in every diocese; distinguished under their proper archdeaconries and deanaries; the patrons of them, to what saints many of them are dedicated. The whole ... illustrated with 20 curious draughts of the ichnographies and uprights of every cathedral ... By Browne Willis.