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An Account Of Some Strange Disturbances In Aungier Street

  [english | 1853]  

Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu


Excerpts: [... fire on a winter's evening, with a cold wind rising and wailing outside, and all snug and cosy within, it has gone off-though I say it, who should not-indifferent ...... House, I think, in 1702 and had belonged to Sir Thomas Hacket, who was Lord Mayor of Dublin in James II.'s time. How old it was then, I can't ...... to pass a night alone in it. I had never pretended to conceal ...]
Genres: [fiction | ghost | horrorDownloads: 239

An Account Of The Customs And Manners Of The Micmakis And Maricheets Savage Nations Now Dependent O

  [english | ]  

Antoine Simon Maillard


Excerpts: [... the cruellest outrages of war, and the blackest acts of treachery. Poor Captain How! is well known to have paid with his life, infamously taken ...... about him, when he assisted at the beating of the woods for elks, or other beasts of the fur. His dexterity at catching this game was not superior ...... there was no room to think could ever be made and I have been so fortunate, ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 81

An Account Of The Diseases Which Were Most Frequent In The

  [english | 1764]  

Donald Monro


Summary: [Donald Monro (or Munro) (fl.c.1550-1575) was a Scottish clergyman who wrote an early and historically valuable description of the Hebrides and other Scottish islands and enjoyed the honorific title of ?Dean of the Isles?.]
Genres: [healthDownloads: 91

An Account Of The English Colony In New South Wales Vol 1

  [english | ]  

David Collins


Summary: [An Account Of The English Colony In New South Wales Volume 2 by David Collins. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 40

An Account Of The English Colony In New South Wales Vol 2

  [english | ]  

David Collins


Summary: [An Account Of The English Colony In New South Wales Volume 2 by David Collins. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 162

An Account Of The Foxglove And Some Of Its Medical Uses

  [english | 1785]  

William Withering


Summary: [An Account Of The Foxglove And Some Of Its Medical Uses With Practical Remarks On Dropsy And Other Diseases Dodo Press by William Withering. William Withering 1741-1799 was an English botanist geologist chemist physician and the discoverer of digitalis. In 1776 he published The Botanical Arrangement of all the Vegetables Naturally Growing in Great Britain an early and influential British Flora. ...]
Genres: [health | science | historyDownloads: 219

An Account Of The Proceedings On The Trial Of Susan B

  [english | 1874]  

Anonymous


Excerpts: [... SUSAN B. ANTHONY. DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,. IN AND FOR THE. NORTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK. * * *. At a stated ...... that judgment, her offering her vote and its being received makes a criminal offence-a proposition to me most abhorrent, as I believe it will be equally ...... of Georgia (2 Dallas, 419-471), although the learned Chief Justice had of course no ...]
Genres: [women studies | historyDownloads: 134

An Account Of The Proceedings On The Trial Of Susan B Anthony

  [english | ]  

Anonymous


Excerpts: [... in her right to vote as a citizen? A. She was not a male citizen. Q. That she was a woman? A. Yes, sir. Q. Did the Board consider ...... under the 14th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, she had a right to vote. I had not examined the question. I told her I would examine ...... and give it to whom he pleased-and he could in like manner dispose of the control of the ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 261

An Account Of The Province Of Vilcapampa And A Narrative Of The Execution Of The Inca Tupac Amaru

  [english | ]  

Baltasar De Ocampo


Excerpts: [... person my memorials and proofs. Finding myself broken and altogether ruined, without any hope or remedy whatever, I ventured to kiss your Excellencyes ...... Canchis, and Collas were also invited, and men of all other nations that could be got together. Among the rest there came to the christening Titu ...... that he was very desirous of becoming a Christian, owing to having seen ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 97

An Account Of Timbuctoo And Housa Territories In The

  [english | 1820]  

Abd Salam Shabeeny


Excerpts: [... in West Barbary, 279.-Policy of the Servants of the Emperor.-El Wah El Grarbee, or the Western Oasis, 280.-Prostration, the Etiquette of the Court ...... meet with no Arabs in this part, but the country on the right and left of their route, at the distance of from three to eight days' journey, is inhabited ...... The physicians have a very superior and general knowledge of the ...]
Genres: [travelDownloads: 477

An Account Of Timbuctoo And Housa Territories In The Interior Of Africa

  [english | ]  

Abd Salam Shabeeny


Summary: [An Account Of Timbuctoo And Housa Territories In The Interior Of Africa by Abd Salam Shabeeny. An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by Abd Salam Shabeeny is in the English language and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Abd Salam ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 52

An Accursed Race

  [english | 1855]  

Elizabeth Gaskell


Summary: [Bibliography: p. xx.]
Genres: [non fiction | essaysDownloads: 308

An Address

  [english | 1846]  

Henry Schoolcraft


Excerpts: [... we must rely for our social and literary means and honors, exclusively on personal exertions, springing from the bosom of society. We have no external ...... drawn our intellectual sustenance, it is true, from noble fountains and crystal streams. We have all England, and all Europe for our fountain head. But ...... They were wise in council, they were eloquent in the defence of ...]
Genres: [politicsDownloads: 327

An Adventure With A Genius

  [english | 1920]  

Alleyne Ireland


Excerpts: [... Regulation of 1818, or the British Guiana Immigration Ordinance of 1891 be welcomed as a set-off to a complete unfamiliarity with Milton's Comus ...... a guest at his club in New York. When I left him I thought poorly of the chances of the remnant of the six hundred. Some weeks passed and I heard nothing ...... the arm of the major-domo. My first swift impression was of a very tall ...]
Genres: [adventure | biographyDownloads: 470

An Affair Of Honor

  [english | ]  

F Britten Austin


Excerpts: [... Far Eastern base of Menangpore, was suddenly jerked out of the blissful Nirvana of his afternoon siesta to resumption of his temporarily forgotten identity. ...... would be sent to this station. He expected India. It's not your fault, he said, through his teeth. It's just one of those little tricks ...... back in the dusk of an English summer evening, he and she together within the ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 135

An African Adventure

  [english | 1921]  

Isaac Frederick Marcosson


Excerpts: [... the smaller and selfish issue of racial pride and prejudice, he rallied his open-minded and far-seeing countrymen around him. Out of this group developed ...... Without her the League is stifled. America will give the League the peace temper. You Americans are a pacific people, slow to war but terrible and ...... of coffee and a piece of biltong inside him a Boer could fight or ...]
Genres: [travel | adventure | non fictionDownloads: 456

An African Millionaire

  [english | 1897]  

Grant Allen


Summary: [An African Millionaire by Grant Allen. Though Canadian author CHARLES GRANT BLAIRFINDIE ALLEN 1848-1899 published what is considered one of the first Canadian science fiction books The British Barbarians in 1895 he is best remembered today for his creation of Colonel Clay the first great thief of short mystery fiction. This series of witty ironic tales-the complete adventures of the gentleman ...]
Genres: [fiction | mystery detectiveDownloads: 499

An Alabaster Box

  [english | ]  

Florence Morse Kingsley


Excerpts: [... Just out in the country a piece, Lois, replied Mrs. Daggett evasively. Well, I guess I'll git in and ride a ways with you, said Lois Daggett. ...... our yard, and she gave me a new kind of lilac bush-pink, it is, and sweet! My! you can smell it a mile off when it's in blow. Then you knew-the ...... little stick-tights that get all over your clo'es.... This room right next belonged ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 446

An Alcoholic Case

  [english | 1937]  

Francis Scott Fitzgerald


Excerpts: [... girl sat down panting on the bed. 'Don't you believe in anything?' she demanded. 'Nothing you believe in???please???it'll spill.' She had no ...... GIN. He took it by the neck and tossed it through the open door to the bathroom. It was on the floor in pieces and everything was silent for a while ...... where there was a draught with no sweater to put over her uniform. As well as ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 485

An Algonquin Maiden

  [english | 1886]  

G Mercer Adam


Summary: [An Algonquin Maiden by G Mercer Adam. It was a May morning in 1825--spring-time of the year late spring-time of the century. It had rained the night before and a warm pallor in the eastern sky was the only indication that the sun was trying to pierce the gray dome of nearly opaque watery fog lying low upon that part of the world now known as the city of Toronto then the town of Little York.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | canadian literatureDownloads: 230
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