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Fri Mar 21 17:06:25 2014 UTClccn-n930696890.47The story of a pioneer,0.660.88The historie of the reigne of King Henry the Seventh149074086n 930696893415382Fabyan CollectionLibrary of Congress. George Fabyan Collectionlccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n79100235Bacon, Francis1561-1626lccn-n92042900English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n91090747Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n93001595National American Woman Suffrage Association Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n50039882Jordan, Elizabeth Garver1867-1947lccn-n90653685Shaw, Anna Howard1847-1919lccn-n50035823Catt, Carrie Chapman1859-1947lccn-n78081910Spenser, Edmund1552?-1599lccn-n84184560Rawley, William1588?-1667edtGeorge Fabyan Collection (Library of Congress)HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcConcordancesHandbooks, manuals, etcBiographyAutographsPeriodicalsManuscriptsRecords and correspondenceStories, plots, etcShakespeare, William,Bacon, Francis,Natural historyGreat BritainPastoral literature, EnglishWomen--SuffrageUnited StatesSpenser, Edmund,Bacon-Shakespeare controversyArtScienceHistorical drama, EnglishElizabeth--I,--Queen of England,PhilosophyHistoriographyLiterature and historyStatesmenPhilosophy, EnglishNatural history--ExperimentsScience--ExperimentsLongevityWordsworth, William,MetalsShaw, Anna Howard,English literature--Early modernSidney, Philip,CiphersUtopiasEngland--Stratford-upon-AvonChurch of the Holy Trinity (Stratford-upon-Avon, England)TheaterAuthorshipStirling, William Alexander,--Earl of,Feuillerat, Albert,PoetryKings and rulers as literary charactersMiddle Ages in literatureChronicle plays of William ShakespeareLiteraturePhilosophersEnglandSonnets, EnglishEpigrams, EnglishIdealism in literatureHappiness in literatureIdealism, EnglishScience--MethodologyDeath (Biology)Life (Biology)Science--Philosophy151815261533154515471548155015611563156415711575158615871591159315971600160116021605160616091611161216131614161616171618161916201621162216231624162516261627162816291631163216331634163516361637163816391640164116421643164416451647164816501651165216531654165516561657165816591660166116621663166416651666166816691670167116741676167816791680168216831684168516861689169116921694169516961702170817151721172717301733173717391742174417451748175517631772177517781793179417961797179918031811181818191821182218241825182618291831183218381843184618511852185718581859186018611865186618681872187318741876187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891891189218931894189518971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191719181920192119221923192419251926193519402008201012868417537822.33PR23426523ocn001228063book19150.47Shaw, Anna HowardThe story of a pioneerBiographyThis autobiography follows the life of Anna Shaw (1847-1919) from her birth in Newcastle-on-Tyne, England through her presidency of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Shaw immigrated with her genteel but financially pressed family to America in 1851. They settled first in New Bedford and then in Lawrence, Massachusetts, finally migrating in 1859 to a pioneer farmstead in northern Michigan, where Anna performed much of the subsistence labor during her father's long absences. The first part of her narrative emphasizes her efforts to gain an education and take up a ministerial career. After two years at Albion College, she attended Boston Theological School (1876-1878) and accepted a pastorate in East Dennis, Cape Cod, after graduation; later she also took temporary charge of the Congregational Church in Dennis. After her ordination had been blocked by members of the New England Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church opposed to ordaining women, Shaw was ordained by the 1880 Conference of the Methodist Protestant Church in Tarrytown, N.Y3571ocn000352846book19100.59MacCracken, H. NAn introduction to ShakespeareHandbooks, manuals, etc3432ocn000977393book19150.59Osgood, Charles GrosvenorA concordance to the poems of Edmund SpenserConcordances3031ocn000355667book19020.56Sherman, L. AWhat is Shakespeare? An introduction to the great playsCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etc2902ocn002577654book18610.79Dixon, William HepworthPersonal history of Lord Bacon from unpublished papersBiography2842ocn003349321book18940.50Warner, Beverley EEnglish history in Shakespeare's playsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc2835ocn001748370book0.73Bacon, FrancisThe works of Francis BaconHistoryBiographyThis collection was designed for optimal navigation on Kindle and other electronic devices. This collection offers lower price, the convenience of a one-time download, and it reduces the clutter in your digital library. All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents and footnotes. The collection is complimented by an author biography. This Collection Includes:Essays (1597)Valerius Terminus of the Interpretation of Nature (1604)The Advancement of Learning (1605)The Wisdom of the Ancients (1619)Novum Organum / The New Organon (1620)The New Atlantis (1626)Appendix:Fr2001ocn001219587book19220.63Chamberlin, FrederickThe private character of Queen Elizabeth1651ocn002364248book19160.76Thompson, Edward MaundeShakespeare's handwriting : a studyAutographsManuscripts1553ocn002046949book16290.88Bacon, FrancisThe historie of the reigne of King Henry the SeventhHistory1511ocn000520420book19090.76Booth, William StoneSome acrostic signatures of Francis Bacon, bacon Verulam of Verulam, viscount St. Alban, together with some others, all of which are now for the first time deciphered and published1451ocn004546064book18210.79Shakespeare, WilliamThe plays and poems of William ShakspeareHistoryBiography1378ocn016754657book16290.88Bacon, FrancisSylva sylvarum, or, A naturall history in ten centuries : whereunto is newly added the History naturall and experimentall of life and death, or of the prolongation of lifeHistory"The natural histories in this book are full of descriptions and pictures. Their purpose if to build a true philosophy for the illumination of the understanding; the extracting of axioms, and the producing of many noble works and effects. It is hoped that this will be an advancement of learning and sciences." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)1352ocn000359194book19000.66Allen, CharlesNotes on the Bacon-Shakespeare question1343ocn004758164serial0.86BaconianaPeriodicals1332ocn003158502book0.81Bacon, FrancisThe works of Francis Bacon, lord chancellor of EnglandRecords and correspondence1292ocn000545645book19020.76Bloom, J. HarveyShakespeare's church, otherwise the collegiate church of the Holy Trinity of Stratford-upon-Avon; an architectural and ecclesiastical history of the fabric and its ornaments1212ocn002114286book19060.79Bormann, EdwinFrancis Bacon's cryptic rhymes and the truth they reveal:1183ocn001298383book16380.73Sidney, PhilipThe Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia : the new ArcadiaBasilus, a foolish old duke, consults an oracle as he imperiously wishes to know the future, but he is less than pleased with what he learns. To escape the oracle's horrific prophecies about his family and kingdom he withdraws into pastoral retreat with his wife and two daughters. When a pair of wandering princes fall in love with the princesses and adopt disguises to gain access to them, all manner of complications, both comic and serious, ensue. Part-pastoral romance, part-heroic epic, Sidney's long narrative work was hugely popular for centuries after its first publication in 1593, inspiring two sequels and countless imitations, and contributing greatly to the development of the novel1141ocn001953715book18310.81Greene, RobertThe dramatic works of Robert Greene : to which are added his poems ; with some account of the author, and notesFri Mar 21 16:04:01 EDT 2014batch26179