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Fri Mar 21 17:12:24 2014 UTClccn-no930291640.28The centenary edition of the songs of Burns /0.661.00Letters to the Authors' Syndicate, Ltd.,54519209no 930291643598923Shelley, H. C. (Henry Charles)Shelley, Henry C.Shelley, Henry Charles.lccn-n91077897Harvard, John1607-1638lccn-n50013617Young, Edward1683-1765nc-british museumBritish Museumlccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n78088009Burns, Robert1759-1796lccn-n50034920Wallace Collection (London, England)lccn-n80044764MaryQueen of Scots1542-1587lccn-nr92035340Underhill, John-1672lccn-sh85139602Underhill familylccn-no93035532Lees, John Kenyon1853-Shelley, Henry C.(Henry Charles)BiographyHistoryMusical settingsGuidebooksCriticism, interpretation, etcTravelHarvard, John,EnglandGreat BritainEngland--LondonYoung, Edward,British MuseumPoets, EnglishEngland--Stratford-upon-AvonShakespeare, William,Manners and customsIntellectual lifeFrance--ParisHomesCastlesArt objectsPaintingSpain--MajorcaWallace Collection (London, England)Mary,--Queen of Scots,Burns, Robert,United StatesUnderhill familyUnderhill, John,Harvard College (1636-1780)Natural historyNaturalistsEngland--SelborneWhite, Gilbert,Songs with pianoColonistsMassachusettsScotlandAuthors, EnglishSongs, EnglishWallace Collection (Musical group)Taverns (Inns)Songs, ScotsFolk musicCities and towns in literatureLiterary landmarksHotelsBars (Drinking establishments)MuseumsKings and rulers--Homes and hauntsFoss, Kenelm,Lynch, H. F. B.--(Harry Finnis Blosse),Dean, Basil,Shore, W. Teignmouth--(William Teignmouth),Aflalo, Frederick G.--(Frederick George),189418961897189818991900190119021905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519221923192619271928193119321966196919702004200520062007200920102011201220132014365664300914.2F67ocn011178642ocn86657082065724ocn002536492book19070.73Shelley, Henry CJohn Harvard and his timesHistoryBiography41328ocn000139008book19140.73Shelley, Henry CThe life and letters of Edward YoungBiography39718ocn000411256book19060.47Shelley, Henry CLiterary by-paths in old EnglandBiographyThis 1906 volume records in charming photographs and vivid prose the author's visits to the homes and haunts of famous English writers such as Sir Philip Sydney, Gilbert White, Robert Burns, and Thomas Carlyle, among others32410ocn000425237book19110.63Shelley, Henry CThe British Museum: its history and treasures; a view of the origins of that great institution, sketches of its early benefactors and principal officers, and a survey of the priceless objects preserved within its wallsHistory26525ocn001667892book19090.59Shelley, Henry CInns and taverns of old London, setting forth the historical and literary associations of those ancient hostelries, together with an account of the most notable coffee-houses, clubs, and pleasure gardens of the British metropolisGuidebooks+-+53506921382068ocn000356213book19130.66Shelley, Henry CShakespeare & Stratford+-+976829906632420219ocn001307954book19080.76Shelley, Henry CUntrodden English ways15011ocn000621782book19110.76Shelley, Henry CThe art of the Wallace Collection, including an account of its founders, a description of the pictures, and a survey of the chief exhibits in the galleries devoted to objects of art and arms and armour14516ocn001100471book19130.53Shelley, Henry CRoyal castles of EnglandHistory+-+786480789612610ocn002806219book19260.66Shelley, Henry CMajorca1239ocn000997289book19120.63Shelley, Henry COld Paris; its social, historical, and literary associations, including an account of the famous cabarets, hôtels, cafés, salons, clubs, pleasure gardens, fairs and fêtes, and the theatres of the French capital in bygone times10910ocn000263259book19130.56Shelley, Henry CThe tragedy of Mary Stuart857ocn000326834book19150.63Shelley, Henry CAmerica of the Americans756ocn001942658book19320.73Shelley, Henry CJohn Underhill, captain of New England and New Netherland735ocn005825834book18970.86Shelley, Henry CThe Ayrshire homes and haunts of Burns709ocn002934496book19090.73Shelley, Henry CGilbert White and SelborneBiography542ocn002975978book19270.70Shelley, Henry CThe spell of old Paris; its social, historical, and literary associations, including an account of the famous cabarets, hôtels, cafés, salons, clubs, pleasure gardens, fairs and fêtes, and the theatres of the French capital in bygone times409ocn019409480score18960.50Burns, RobertThe songs of BurnsCriticism, interpretation, etcMusical settings214ocn023678620book19110.73Shelley, Henry CThe British Museum: its history and treasures202ocn008382159score19000.28Lees, John KenyonThe centenary edition of the songs of BurnsMusical settings11ocn702161919bks1.00Authors' Syndicate, LtdLetters to the Authors' Syndicate, LtdCollection contains letters to the Authors' Syndicate, primarily addressed to William Morris Colles, J. W. Gilmer, and Cranstoun Metcalfe, discussing the placement and sale of various authors' manuscripts. Included are letters from Frederick G. Aflalo, Oscar Asche, Nancy Witcher Langhorne Astor,Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton, John Ayscough, G. C. Bancroft, Arthur Bourchier, Violet Bouchier, G. B. Burgin, Chapman and Hall, Albert Chevalier, W. W. Collins, Ian D. Colony, Oswald Crawfurd, Basil Dean, Tickner Edwardes, the Federation of British Industries, Jane Helen Findlater, J. S. Fletcher, Kenelm Foss, John Foster Fraser, Douglas William Freshfield, Gerard Furniss, Hans Gadow, the Great Britain Ministry of Information, Alex Grein, H. A. Gwynne, Edgar Jepson, C. E. Lawrence, H. F. B. Lynch, W. H. Mallock, E. Nesbit, Alfred Ollivant, Harold Owen, Lionel Phillips, Richard Renton, Sir Alfred Sharpe, Henry C. Shelley, Robert Harborough Sherard, W. Teignmouth Shore, W. Wray Skilbeck, Harold Vallings, and Silva White. Also included are receipts from the Syndicate to Frederick G. Aflalo, Howard Evans, and Ernest Rhys+-+5350692138+-+5350692138Fri Mar 21 15:23:39 EDT 2014batch16915