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Hetty Wesley

  [english | 1903]  

Arthur Thomas Quiller Couch

Excerpts: [... corner, who sat on his backer's knee, shoeless, stripped to the buff, with an angry red mark on the right breast below the collar-bone a slight boy ...... been too hard for Hetty. He followed her up the stairs to his mother's room, and entering commanded his sisters with a gesture to sing the hymn to ...... in time to snatch the oar as it slipped over the side. But it had snapped ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | history | religionDownloads: 433

Heu Heu

  [english | 1924]  

Henry Rider Haggard

Summary: [Sir Henry Rider Haggard KBE (22 June 1856 ? 14 May 1925) was an English writer of adventure novels set in exotic locations predominantly Africa and a founder of the Lost World literary genre. He was also involved in agricultural reform around the British Empire. His stories situated at the lighter end of Victorian literature continue to be popular and influential.]
Genres: [fiction | action adventureDownloads: 49

Hiawatha And The Iroquois Confederation

  [english | 1881]  

Horatio Hale

Summary: [Hiawatha And The Iroquois Confederation Horatio Hale by Horatio Hale. A LAWGIVER OF THE STONE AGE. By HORATIO HALE of Clinton Ontario Canada. What was the intellectual capacity of man when he made his first appearance upon the earth Or to speak with more scientific precision as the question relates to material evidences what were the mental powers of the people who fashioned the earliest stone ...]
Genres: [historyDownloads: 412

Hic Et Hec

  [french | 1798]  

Comte De Mirabeau

Excerpts: [... mais ce n'tait que pour la forme, et, ds qu'il tait couch, il m'appelait et j'allais dormir ou veiller dans ses bras. Il fut mon Socrate et je fus son ...... passant la main dans le jabot de ma chemise, elle eut l'air de chercher par mon sein si je n'tais pas une fille le sien, que je voyais presque en entier, ...... soc sera le plus aigu. A l'examen, les proportions du mien ...]
Genres: [sexuality | fiction and literatureDownloads: 495

Hidden Gold

  [english | 1922]  

Anthony Wilder

Summary: [Hidden Gold by Anthony Wilder. CHAPTER I THE COMING OF THE SHEEP From his seat on the top of a high ridge Gordon Wade looked into the bowl-shaped valley beneath him with an expression of amazement on his sun-burned face. Pouring through a narrow opening in the environing hills and immediately spreading fan-like over the grass of the valley were sheep hundreds thousands of them. Even where he sat ...]
Genres: [westernDownloads: 374

Hidden Hand

  [english | ]  

Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth

Summary: [Chapters I-XXVII are a translation of: The hidden hand the remaining chapters are probably a translation of its sequel: Capitolas peril.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 460

Hidden Trails

  [english | 1920]  

William Patterson White

Excerpts: [... room to a close and heedful scrutiny. Must be a deputy or somethin', thought Johnny, and turned his eyes toward the back of the room, for he perceived ...... up one of the notices with four taps of the doubletree bolt. Then he shifted his chew and expertly drowned a fly on the extreme outside edge of the ...... own saddle without losing the magic of the drop. Reaching down he ...]
Genres: [western | romanceDownloads: 77

Hidden Water

  [english | 1910]  

Dane Coolidge

Summary: [Verso of t.p.: Published October 29 1910. Press of the Vail Company.]
Genres: [fiction | westernsDownloads: 216


  [english | ]  


Summary: [Includes bibliographical references (p. 112-115).]
Genres: [essaysDownloads: 374

Hieroglyphic Tales

  [english | 1785]  

Horace Walpole

Summary: [Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Venusia December 8 65 BC ? Rome November 27 8 BC) known in the English-speaking world as Horace was the leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus.]
Genres: [short story collectionDownloads: 487

High Dragon Bump

  [english | 1958]  

Don Thompson

Summary: [If it took reduction or torch hair the Cirissins wanted a bump. Hokum thistle gluck.]
Genres: [short story | science fiction | post 1930Downloads: 426

High Horse Rampage

  [english | 1936]  

Robert Ervin Howard

Excerpts: [... you air the same, I begs to remane. Yore lovin' Ant Saragosa. It's heartening to know a man's kin is thinking kindly of him and forgetting petty grudges. ...... cook? I demanded. He's layin' helpless in a chaparral thicket reekin' with the fumes of vaniller extract, says Old Man Mulholland. Anyway, yo're responsible ...... says I with a vi'lent start, because they hadn't never been ...]
Genres: [fiction | short stories | westernsDownloads: 210

High Noon

  [english | 1911]  


Summary: [High Noon by Anonymous. It will not be needed by the many thousands who have lived with me the wonderful sunrise of Paul s love and the sad gray morning of his bereavement. To these friends who with Paul loved and mourned his beautiful Queen and their dear son the calm peace and serenity of the high noon of Paul s life will seem but well-deserved happiness.]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 181

High Priest Of California

  [english | 1953]  

Charles Willeford

Summary: [Bibliography: p. 7 (2nd group)]
Genres: [pulpDownloads: 207

High Treason

  [english | ]  

Alan Anderson

Summary: [Alan Orr Anderson (1879?1958) was a Scottish historian and compiler. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh. The son of Rev. John Anderson and Ann Masson he was born in 1879. He was educated at Royal High School Edinburgh and the University of Edinburgh. In 1908 after five years of work sponsored by the Carnegie Trust he published Scottish Annals from English Chroniclers a reasonably ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 88

Higher Education And Business Standards

  [english | 1918]  

Willard Hotchkiss

Excerpts: [... She knew what to do with bouquets raw material for making them was within her reach what more natural than to turn it, in the most obvious and ...... of its pain or the fear of its repetition. This memory of the past and fear of the future usually wage a most unequal contest with the vivid and ...... of business organization, the others have been piling up a large wastage of poor ...]
Genres: [non fiction | businessDownloads: 190

Higher Lessons In English

  [english | 1896]  

Alonzo Reed And Brainerd Kellogg

Excerpts: [... to trace with easy steps the natural development of the sentence, to consider the leading facts first and then to descend to the details. To begin with ...... column 1 represent the sounds made by the obstructed voice those in column 2, except h (which represents a mere forcible breathing), represent those ...... miles brought us to Chicago. These groups of words, of one hundred ...]
Genres: [non fiction | language | instructionalDownloads: 361

Highland Ballad

  [english | 1995]  

Christopher Leadem

Excerpts: [... as her bedroom. Her mother's face and whole bearing spoke of the cold composure, the loveless discipline which always followed such an outburst. It ...... of the cold ground beneath. Kneeling over it, she unfastened the broad belt that secured the lid, which she lifted and leaned carefully back against ...... the weather did in fact turn foul, with heavy clouds blowing in from the ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | post 1930Downloads: 108

Highroads Of Geography

  [english | ]  


Excerpts: [... die of hunger and thirst. 10. Dreadful sand-storms often arise. The storm beats down upon the caravan, and sometimes chokes both men and camels. ...... head and a club by his side. Some of the policemen ride horses, and carry guns and lances. [Illustration: {An Indian policeman}] 7. The parks ...... of North India. I wish you could see these mountains. They are the highest on earth....]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 131

Highway Pirates

  [english | 1904]  

Harold Avery

Summary: [Exciting action and adventure from the first escalating to thrilling danger and one deadly situation after another.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | adventure | young readersDownloads: 34
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