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Kemps Nine Daies Wonder: Performed in a Daunce from London to Norwich By William, active 1600 Kemp
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Alexander Dyce (30 June 1798 – 15 May 1869) was a Scottish... More > dramatic editor and literary historian.He was born in Edinburgh and received his early education at the high school there, before becoming a student at Exeter College, Oxford, where he graduated B.A. in 1819. He took holy orders, and became a curate at Lantegloss, in Cornwall, and subsequently at Nayland, in Suffolk; in 1827 he settled in London.His first books were Select Translations from Quintus Smyrnaeus (1821), an edition of Collins (1827), and Specimens of British Poetesses (1825). He issued annotated editions of George Peele, Robert Greene, John Webster, Thomas Middleton, Marlowe, and Beaumont and Fletcher, with lives of the authors and much illustrative matter. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Dyce< Less
Timeslip 1600 By Sue Lines
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TIMESLIP 1600 On discovering a cave while on holiday in Cornwall, Tom and his grandparents' dog, Rebel, are catapulted back to the time of smuggling and corruption in the 1600s, where they become... More > involved in a world of murder and intrigue within the family of Katie, a young girl whom he befriends. The amateur sleuths, Tom, Rebel, Katie and her brother, Jacob, set about solving a cryptic riddle which provides the answer to the whole mystery of why the murder took place. Tom, not knowing whether he will ever be able to get back to his own time again, finds love and learns the true values of family life.< Less
Timeslip 1600 By Sue Lines
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TIMESLIP 1600 On discovering a cave while on holiday in Cornwall, Tom and his grandparents' dog, Rebel, are catapulted back to the time of smuggling and corruption in the 1600s, where they become... More > involved in a world of murder and intrigue within the family of Katie, a young girl whom he befriends. The amateur sleuths, Tom, Rebel, Katie and her brother, Jacob, set about solving a cryptic riddle which provides the answer to the whole mystery of why the murder took place. Tom, not knowing whether he will ever be able to get back to his own time again, finds love and learns the true values of family life.< Less
Trelawne Book 1600 By John Trelawny
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The Trelawne Book 1600 is an inventory and record of the estate at around the time it was acquired by the Trelawny family. It was probably created on the orders of Sir John Trelawny, the first... More > baronet, whose father bought the estate from Queen Elizabeth.It is a snapshot of its period whose oldest document is dated 1374. This edition is for the convenience of researchers, historians and those with an interest in how things were ordered in those days. It include details of customs, rentals and tenancies of the estate. The spellings in the body of the book are transcribed faithfully. Consistency in this regards seems not to have been a major preoccupation at that period. Appended to this copy of the original book, at the end, are six extracts of previously unpublished family papers.< Less
Trelawne Book 1600 By John Trelawny
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The Trelawne Book 1600 is an inventory and record of the estate at around the time it was acquired by the Trelawny family. It was probably created on the orders of Sir John Trelawny, the first... More > baronet, whose father bought the estate from Queen Elizabeth.It is a snapshot of its period whose oldest document is dated 1374. This edition is for the convenience of researchers, historians and those with an interest in how things were ordered in those days. It include details of customs, rentals and tenancies of the estate. The spellings in the body of the book are transcribed faithfully. Consistency in this regards seems not to have been a major preoccupation at that period. Appended to this copy of the original book, at the end, are six extracts of previously unpublished family papers.< Less
thefacebook vol 1600 By Chris Bowes
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JAPAN BOOK FROM 1600'S By RICHARD ESTES
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You will look at 9 different Books that were made in the 1600's. You will see some very special painting done in 1600's. Also please notice the special bindings of these books.
JAPAN BOOK FROM 1600'S By RICHARD ESTES
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You will look at 9 different Books that were made in the 1600's. You will see some very special painting done in 1600's. Also please notice the special bindings of these books.
Crime in Hay 1600-1915 By David Bennett
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This book sets out to give accounts of historic crime in Hay-on-Wye and surrounding districts 1600-1915. It is intended especially for readers in the area although it can be linked into wider... More > studies. I hope to initiate local interest in the subject matter and people can develop their particular interests. At the same time, the book is intended to be accurate and factual whilst remaining easy to read. There are sections on Deportation, Infanticide as well as the Sad, Unusual & Bizarre.< Less
The Book of Hicksons, 1600-1650 By Anthony Hickson
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This book includes the Heads of Hickson families born between 1600 and 1650 and their descendants. Included also are family trees for the descendants of (1) Rev Christopher Hickson of County Kerry;... More > (2) Robert Hickson of County Kerry; (3) The family of Alderman James Hickson, the brewer; (4) The descendants of William Hixson of Swanlow; (5) The descendants of Richard Hickson of Over; (6) The descendants of John & Martha Hickson of Lower Peover; (7) The descendants of George Higson of Deane. Also included are 171 strays (Hickson, Hixon, Hixson, Higson) for whom I can find no relatives.< Less