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Fri Mar 21 17:02:36 2014 UTClccn-nr000033940.06O'er Tartar deserts, or, English and Russian in central Asia /0.240.92Sulgrave manor, a book of sketches100186863Joseph_Finnemorenr 000033945148615Finnemore, J.Finnemore, J. (Joseph), 1860-1939Finnemore, Joseph, 1860-1939Joseph Finnemorelccn-n80032718Henty, G. A.(George Alfred)1832-1902edtlccn-n82036426Religious Tract Society (Great Britain)pbllccn-n82112114Stables, Gordon1840-1910lccn-nr00003506Blackie & Sonpbllccn-n79053974Defoe, Daniel1661?-1731lccn-nr2002021212Norwood Pressprtnc-j s cushing & coJ.S. Cushing & Coprtlccn-n81050810Charles Scribner's Sonspblnc-berwick & smithBerwick & Smithprtlccn-n86847072Munroe, Kirk1850-1930Finnemore, Joseph1860-1939FictionJuvenile worksHistoryRobinsonadesAdventure stories, EnglishVoyages, ImaginaryAdventure storiesPoetryBiographyPortraitsCastawaysCrusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character)Shipwreck survivalIslandsShipwrecksAdventure storiesSurvival (Title)SurvivalGreat BritainEngland--LondonGreat Fire (London, England : 1666)Conduct of lifeYouth--Conduct of lifeFrontier and pioneer lifeEnglandRobinsonadesPontiac's Conspiracy (1763-1765)Voyages and travelsVoyages, ImaginarySelkirk, Alexander,Boys--Conduct of lifeAdventure and adventurersEnglish fictionFriendshipBoarding schoolsManners and customsAustraliaKidnappingMacDonald, KevinDefoe, Daniel,BlacksRoyalistsOrphansAtlantic OceanInheritance and successionCourtshipHousehold employeesSocial statusDogsSistersSickCousinsCannibalismChildren's storiesIndians of North AmericaPrisonersChapbooks, EnglishIndians of North America--WarsMichigan--DetroitSailors186019391872188618881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119131914191519161917191819201922192319241925192619271933200320062008201083088175823.5PR3403ocn003485738ocn000475338ocn000727801ocn000450235ocn015372388ocn023011567ocn656679116ocn154293004ocn019418862ocn01828565317411ocn003485738book18940.08Henty, G. AWhen London burned : a story of restoration times and the great fireHistoryJuvenile worksFictionThe hero of this story was the son of a nobleman who had lost his estates during the troublous times of the Commonwealth. Instead of hanging idly about the court seeking favors, Cyril Shenstone determined to maintain himself by honest work. During the Great Plague and the Great Fire, which visited London with such terrible results, Sir Cyril was prominent among those who brought help to the panic-stricken inhabitants. This tale has rich variety of interest, both national and personal, and in the hero you have an English lad of the noblest type wise, humane, and unselfish507ocn015372388book18950.22Defoe, DanielThe life and strange surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner who lived eight and twenty years, all alone in an un-inhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque, having been cast on shore by shipwreck, wherein all the men perished but himself with an account how he was at last as strangely deliver'd by pyrates, written by himselfJuvenile worksFictionPoetryPortraitsRobinsonadesVoyages, ImaginaryAdventure storiesAdventure stories, EnglishThe diary of an Englishman shipwrecked for almost thirty years on a small isolated island where, using wit and industry, he manages to build life anew444ocn000475338book18950.23Munroe, KirkAt war with Pontiac; or, The totem of the bear; a tale of redcoat and redskinJuvenile worksFiction434ocn656679116book18960.07MolesworthPhilippaJuvenile worksFiction383ocn000727801book18950.90Shakespeare, WilliamThe merry wives of Windsor : a comedySources274ocn023011567book19000.08Stables, GordonKidnapped by cannibalsJuvenile worksFiction252ocn152405159book19070.07Storer, H. CThe boy settler, or, The adventures of Sydney BartlettJuvenile worksFictionOrphan Sydney Bartlett sails to New Zealand, leaving his childhood friend Beatrice in England. He takes a job on a farm and discovers the owner was a friend of his parents. Hearing that Beatrice is in Australia, Sydney travels there to make a proposal of marriage221ocn007975078book19260.92Finnemore, JosephSulgrave manor, a book of sketches213ocn019418862book18980.06Ker, DavidO'er Tartar deserts, or, English and Russian in central AsiaJuvenile worksFiction182ocn006998951book19020.08Stables, GordonIn quest of the giant sloth : a tale of adventure in South AmericaJuvenile worksFiction184ocn275130644book18890.21Ellis, Edward SylvesterRed feather a tale of the American frontierJuvenile worksFiction174ocn085361115book18970.06Wyss, Johann DavidThe Swiss family Robinson : a new versionHistoryJuvenile worksFiction172ocn012483006book19130.88Munn, WilliamThree men on a Chinese houseboat : the story of a river voyageBiographyFiction153ocn152331121book18890.20Ellis, Edward SylvesterThe boy hunters of KentuckyHistoryJuvenile worksFiction131ocn154293004book0.08Reed, Talbot BainesThe cockhouse at FellsgarthJuvenile worksFiction123ocn221206297book19070.63Becke, LouisThe settlers of Karossa Creek and other stories of Australian bush lifeFiction124ocn166457716book19040.07Beer, AlfredThe heir of Bragwell HallJuvenile worksFiction113ocn697897173com18920.70Oxley, J. MacdonaldBert Lloyd's boyhood112ocn040839894book19000.20Stables, GordonIn far Bolivia : a story of a strange wild landJuvenile worksFiction104ocn154293009book19130.08Reed, Talbot BainesThe Fifth Form at St. Dominic'sHistoryJuvenile worksFictionFri Mar 21 15:38:07 EDT 2014batch15610