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Fri Mar 21 17:05:26 2014 UTClccn-nr900101720.06The child's picture story book /0.430.81Arthur Young's farmer's calendar : describing the business necessary to be performed on various kinds of farms during every month in the year /138814795nr 900101722765775G. Routledge and Sons.George Routledge & Sons.Routledge and Sons.Routledge, Warne, and RoutledgecontainsVIAFID/150531737G. Routledge & Co.containsVIAFID/146326081George Routledge and Sonslccn-nr93027604Dalziel Brothersegrillprtlccn-n85368782Foster, Myles Birket1825-1899illlccn-n81059993Evans, Edmund1826-1905egrbddprtnc-cox bros and wymanCox (Bros.) and Wymanprtlccn-nr97043226Savill and Edwardsprtlccn-nr91002274Watson, John Dawson1832-1892illlccn-nr2001043456Cox and Wymanprtlccn-nr99029984R. Clay, Sons, and Taylorprtlccn-n50007320Mayhew, Henry1812-1887lccn-n79053974Defoe, Daniel1661?-1731Routledge, Warne, & RoutledgeFictionHistoryJuvenile worksPortraitsBiographyPoetryRobinsonadesAdventure stories, EnglishCriticism, interpretation, etcOutlines, syllabi, etcCastawaysCrusoe, Robinson (Fictitious character)MexicoCortés, Hernán,Conquest of Mexico (1519-1540)Shipwreck survivalIslandsShipwrecksGreat BritainAdventure storiesAnne Boleyn,--Queen, consort of Henry VIII, King of England,English poetrySurvival (Title)Pope, Alexander,SurvivalAztecsIndians of MexicoWordsworth, William,Western storiesScienceFrontier and pioneer lifeQueensDavy, Humphry,--Sir,Indians of North AmericaTrappersWindsor CastleTemperanceArtistsRobinsonadesEnglish fictionVoyages, ImaginarySelkirk, Alexander,Adventure and adventurersTravelManners and customsMacDonald, KevinDefoe, Daniel,BlacksAtlantic OceanRocky Mountains RegionScience--ExperimentsRhine River ValleyFriendshipUnited States, WestChildren's storiesChapbooks, EnglishSailorsBritish--Foreign countriesEnglandNatural history1850185818591860186118621863186418651866186718801886199320112014469178270823.5PR3403ocn009094892ocn047969948ocn587178194ocn007823674ocn794816594ocn048914818ocn008660077ocn669322989ocn023155641ocn026319639365ocn009094892book18640.22Defoe, 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 anew241ocn003054716book18600.76Mayhew, HenryThe upper Rhine : the scenery of its banks and the manners of its people215ocn007823674book18590.79Wordsworth, WilliamThe poetical works of William WordsworthCriticism, interpretation, etcPortraits123ocn669322989com18590.63Pope, AlexanderThe poetical works of Alexander Pope. Edited with notes and introductory memoir by Adolphus William WardCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPoetryIll. by John Gilbert122ocn191234631book18630.33Ballantyne, R. MThe wild man of the West a tale of the Rocky MountainsJuvenile worksFiction113ocn669344610com18590.17Allbut, WilliamMuch in little a compendium of facts & information for the use of girls' schoolsHistoryJuvenile worksOutlines, syllabi, etc102ocn794816594com18590.66Ainsworth, William HarrisonWindsor castleHistoryFictionPortraitsOriginally constructed in the 11th century, Windsor Castle is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful -- and architecturally significant -- royal residences ever built. It serves as a fitting backdrop for William Harrison Ainsworth's retelling of the passionate love affair between King Henry VIII and the infamous lady-in-waiting-turned-short-lived-queen, Anne Boleyn101ocn012535746book18620.81Young, ArthurArthur Young's farmer's calendar : describing the business necessary to be performed on various kinds of farms during every month in the year96ocn048094513book18610.06Gilbert, JohnThe child's picture story bookJuvenile worksFictionPoetry82ocn047969948book18600.19Lawford, LouisaEvery girl's book : a compendium of entertaining amusements, for recreation in home circlesJuvenile works72ocn023155641book18600.66Moore, ThomasPoetical worksPoetry71ocn008486555book18600.63Mayhew, HenryThe lower Rhine and its picturesque scenery : Rotterdam to Mayence71ocn317647116book18620.28Mayhew, HenryThe wonders of science; or, Young Humphry Davy (the Cornish apothecary's boy, who taught himself natural philosophy and eventually became president of the Royal society). The life of a wonderful boy, written for boysHistoryJuvenile worksBiography64ocn048181434book18620.19Routledge's nursery picture book containing upwards of six hundred and thirty illustrationsJuvenile worksFictionPoetryPictorial works64ocn048554605book18640.08Bennett, Charles HThe frog who would a-wooing goJuvenile worksFictionPoetry62ocn048914818book18650.08Adams, H. CThe Indian boyJuvenile worksFiction62ocn048914978book18650.39Bowman, AnneThe young yachtsmen ; or, The wreck of the GipsyJuvenile worksFiction62ocn047925502book18600.08Pepper, John HenryThe boy's playbook of science including the various manipulations and arrangements of chemical and philosophical apparatus required for the successful performance of scientific experiments : in illustration of the elementary branches of chemistry and natural philosophyJuvenile worksPopular worksIn addition to traditional science experiments, Pepper demonstrates how science is used to entertain. He explains the secrets of "Pepper's Ghost," his claim to fame in the world of magic, and other tricks that have been used in magician's acts, plays, seances, and motion pictures to the present day62ocn050696255book18640.08L. HChildren's songs for town and country lifeJuvenile worksPoetry51ocn041373058book18600.59Prescott, William HicklingHistory of the conquest of Mexico : with a preliminary view of the ancient Mexican civilization, and the life of the conqueror, Hernando CortésHistoryBiography"The History of the Conquest of Mexico is William Prescott's epic account of Cortes's subjugation of the Aztec people, one that endures as a landmark work of nineteenth-century historiography and dramatic storytelling. Published in ten languages and republished at least two hundred times since its first publication in 1843, it presents a compelling view of the clash of civilizations that reverberates in Latin America to this day. The Conquest of Mexico, judged Prescott's biographer Harry Thurston Peck, is "one of the most brilliant examples which the English language possesses of literary art applied to historical narration," and literary critic Donald A. Ringe calls it "that rare type of book which satisfies fully the demands of both history and art.""--JacketFri Mar 21 15:59:27 EDT 2014batch17696