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Thu Oct 16 17:54:56 2014 UTClccn-n800401570.08The reason why the fatal charge of the light brigade /0.271.00A catalogue of books including the properties of Edgar Osborne, Esq. (removed from Morley, Derby.), the late Viscount Maugham (sold by order of the executrix), Mrs. Cecil Woodham-Smith & others : comprising scarce and interesting books relating to America ... ; a hitherto unrecorded ms. collection of John Donne's songs, poems, satires, etc. in an early 17th century hand ... ; also the fine modern library of R.B. Tillotson, Esq. (dec'd.), removed from St. Anne's-on-the-Sea, Lancs., sold by order of the executors ... : which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Hodgson & Co. (Sidney Hodgson and Wilfrid B. Hodgson) at their rooms, 115 Chancery Lane, W.C.2 ... on Thursday, November 20th, 1958 and following day22180353Cecil_Woodham-Smithn 80040157422227Gordon, Janet.Smith, Cecil Blanche Fitz Gerald Woodham.Smith, Cecil Blanche Fitz Gerald Woodham 1896-1977Smith Cecil Woodham-Smith, Cecil Woodham- 1896-Smith, Cecil Woodham- 1896-1977Woodham Smith, Cecil, 1896-Woodham-Smith, Cecil Blanche Fitz Gerald.Woodham Smith, Cecil Blanche Fitz Gerald 1896-Woodham Smith, Cecil Blanche Fitz Gerald 1896-1977Woodham Smith, Cecil Blanche Fitzgerald 1896-1977ウーダム・スミス, セシルウッダムースミス, セシルcontainsVIAFID/1934085Gordon, Janet, 1896-1977lccn-n79103647Nightingale, Florence1820-1910lccn-n79017983VictoriaQueen of Great Britain1819-1901lccn-n81140015Lucan, George Charles BinghamEarl of1800-1888lccn-n50035122Cardigan, James Thomas BrudenellEarl of1797-1868lccn-n79063282Great BritainArmylccn-n79094678McGraw-Hill Book Companylccn-n91129431Case, Davidnrtlccn-no2008178930Blackstone Audio, Incnp-cardigan, james thomas brudenell$earl$1797 1868Cardigan, James Thomas BrudenellEarl1797-1868np-stuart, ianStuart, IanWoodham Smith, Cecil1896-1977BiographyHistoryMilitary historyGreat BritainNightingale, Florence,IrelandVictoria,--Queen of Great Britain,FaminesEmigration and immigrationFamine (Ireland : 1845-1852)Balaklava, Battle of (Ukraine : 1854)Ukraine--BalaklavaLucan, George Charles Bingham,--Earl of,Cardigan, James Thomas Brudenell,--Earl of,NursingNursesEnglandGreat Britain.--ArmyGeneralsMilitary nursingCrimean War (1853-1856)Nurse administratorsEconomic historyWomen health reformersWomenHealth reformersKings and rulersIrish questionSocial historyObituariesOsborne, Edgar,BiographersLibrariesMaugham, Frederic Herbert Maugham,--Viscount,QueensHistoriansWar work18961977189619311938193919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719791980198119821983198419861987198819891991199419951996199819992000200120022003200420062010201214514102587BUH347.N6ocn8664491733174110ocn000501028book19500.27Woodham Smith, CecilFlorence Nightingale, 1820-1910HistoryBiographyNew biography based on sources released by her family+-+2563029455314462ocn000220892book19610.25Woodham Smith, CecilThe great hunger : Ireland 1845-1849HistoryThe Great Hunger is the story of one of the worst disasters in world history: the Irish potato famine of the 1840s. Within five years, one million people died of starvation; emigrants by the hundreds of thousands sailed for America and Canada. Most emigrant ships were small, ill-equipped, dangerously unsanitary, and often unseaworthy. Some ships never arrived; those that did carried passengers already infected with and often dying of typhus. The Irish who managed to reach the United States alive had little or no money and were often too weak to work. They crowded into dark, dirty cellars; begged in the streets; and took whatever employment they could get at wages which no American would accept. Epidemics, riots and chaos followed in their wake, so that Irish immigrants came to be regarded as a danger to the health of the community and a burden on society. The Great Hunger is a heartbreaking story of suffering, insensitivity, and blundering stupidity; yet it is also an epic tale of courage, dignity anddespite all oddsa hardly supportable optimism+-+K060965965308922ocn000388542book19720.24Woodham Smith, CecilQueen Victoria, from her birth to the death of the Prince ConsortBiographyThe events of Victoria's life are portrayed against the political and social history of Britain and the Empire169439ocn001047650book19530.29Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason whyHistoryMilitary historyBiography"The incredible story of the charge of the Light Brigade"--Jacket subtitle+-+332765596584613ocn014655093book19510.20Woodham Smith, CecilLonely crusader; the life of Florence Nightingale, 1820-1910HistoryBiography49415ocn001457097book19530.31Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason why+-+0552525125324429117ocn000987085book19620.50Woodham Smith, CecilThe great hunger, Ireland 1845-9History+-+K06096596539225ocn000672477book19720.33Woodham Smith, CecilQueen Victoria: her life and timesBiography36913ocn000400588book19530.28Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason whyBiographyThe history on which the poem, "The charge of the Light Brigade," was based11311ocn005742903book19310.26Woodham Smith, CecilFlorence NightingaleBiographyErzählerische Biographie Florence Nightingales, für die erstmals bislang unter Verschluss gehaltene Korrespondenzen und persönliche Aufzeichnungen verwertet wurden. Diese deutsche Ausgabe wurde leicht gekürzt und enthält im Gegensatz zur englischen Originalausgabe kein Register1123ocn000148355book19540.27Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason why1045ocn671250746file19990.12Woodham Smith, CecilThe great hungerHistoryThe story of the 1840s potato famine in Ireland, which killed over a million people and caused the emigration of hundreds of thousands more+-+4049661325596ocn785993552book19500.27Woodham Smith, CecilFlorence Nightingale, 1829-1910Biography+-+2563029455559ocn016179604book19530.56Woodham Smith, CecilLady-in-chief : the story of Florence Nightingale492ocn007999238book19820.26Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason whyBiography4210ocn012457290book19720.21Woodham Smith, CecilQueen Victoria : her life and times 1819-1861BiographyVol 1 only held414ocn031186975rcrd19860.08Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason why the fatal charge of the light brigadeBiographyThe story of the charge of the Light Cavalry Brigade on Sept. 20, 1854394ocn000422378book19640.31Woodham Smith, CecilThe charge of the light brigade382ocn059571853book20000.19Woodham Smith, CecilThe reason why : the story of the fatal Charge of the Light Brigade+-+9685486965324344ocn419254344book19650.70Woodham Smith, CecilLa grande famine d'Irlande : 1845 - 1849History11ocn700079761art19790.10Woodham-Smith, Cecil. 80Periodicals11ocn529295730book19581.00Hodgson and CoA catalogue of books including the properties of Edgar Osborne, Esq. (removed from Morley, Derby.), the late Viscount Maugham (sold by order of the executrix), Mrs. Cecil Woodham-Smith & others : comprising scarce and interesting books relating to America ... ; a hitherto unrecorded ms. collection of John Donne's songs, poems, satires, etc. in an early 17th century hand ... ; also the fine modern library of R.B. Tillotson, Esq. (dec'd.), removed from St. Anne's-on-the-Sea, Lancs., sold by order of the executors ... : which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Hodgson & Co. (Sidney Hodgson and Wilfrid B. Hodgson) at their rooms, 115 Chancery Lane, W.C.2 ... on Thursday, November 20th, 1958 and following dayCatalogs+-+K060965965+-+K060965965Thu Oct 16 15:25:21 EDT 2014batch22900