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The Invasion of 1910 By William Le Queux
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The Invasion of 1910 is a 1906 novel written mainly by William Le Queux (with H. W. Wilson providing the naval chapters). It is one of the more famous examples of Invasion literature. It is viewed by... More > some as an example of pre-World War I Germanophobia. It can also be viewed as prescient, as it preached the need to prepare for war with Germany. The novel was originally commissioned by Alfred Harmsworth as a serial which appeared in the Daily Mail from 19 March 1906. The story rewritten to feature towns and villages with high Daily Mail readership, greatly increased the newspaper's circulation and made a small fortune for Le Queux; it was translated into twenty-seven languages, and over one million copies of the book edition were sold. The idea for the novel is alleged to have originated from Field Marshal Earl Roberts, who regularly lectured English schoolboys on the need to prepare for war. The book takes the form of a military history.< Less
THROUGH THE HEART OF CANADA (1910) By Frank Yeigh
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Mormonism in Lowestoft 1849 - 1910 By Ron Larter
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First book of a series of three relating to the history on the origin and growth of Mormonism in Lowestoft from 1849 - 1910.
Mormonism in Lowestoft 1849 - 1910 By Ron Larter
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First book of a series of three relating to the history on the origin and growth of Mormonism in Lowestoft from 1849 - 1910.
The World Peril of 1910 By George Griffith
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Originally published in 1907, this little-known science fiction classic describes a planet beset by world war---a war involving super-weapons of almost inconceivable power---while under the threat of... More > annihilation by a fast-approaching comet. The World Peril of 1910 is not only one of the first books to describe the potential of a comet impact with earth, it includes the world's first countdown...< Less
Diseases of the Heart (1910) By James Mackenzie
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(460 PAGES)THE speedy exhaustion of the first edition of this book, and the demand for its translation into a number of languages, is an evidence of the interest taken in the more recent methods of... More > studying diseases of the heart. It is extremely gratifying to find many investigators entering a field full of promise of new and original observations, embracing every aspect of the circulatory system. I wish to point out that, in setting forth my own experiences, I desire to keep the record of facts apart from their interpretation. For this reason the numerous figures in the text represent the actual facts as recorded by the movements of the heart and blood-vessels, and are therefore far more trustworthy than a verbal description. The interpretation of these tracings represents the present state of my knowledge. These interpretations may ultimately be proved to be incorrect, but the recorded movements will continue to serve for other and more fitting explanations.< Less
Above Life's Turmoil (1910) By James Allen
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If you cherish "As a Man Thinketh," then "Above Life's Turmoil" will not fail you. In this book, Allen disects the human condition and like a master physician, he offers solutions... More > in his haunting and truthful style. This book is beautiful. As with Allen's other works, I re-visit the pages of this book often. Read it yourself and see why.< Less
New Collected Rhymes (1910) By Andrew Lang
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This poor little flutter of rhymes would not have been let down the wind: the project would have been abandoned but for the too flattering encouragement of a responsible friend. I trust that he may... More > not "live to rue the day," like Keith of Craigentolly in the ballad. The "Loyal Lyrics" on Charles and James and the White Rose must not be understood as implying a rebellious desire for the subversion of the present illustrious dynasty. "These are but symbols that I sing, These names of Prince, and rose, and King; Types of things dear that do not die, But reign in loyal memory. ACROSS THE WATER surely they Abide their twenty-ninth of May; And we shall hail their happy reign, When Life comes to his own again," - over the water that divides us from the voices and faces of our desires and dreams.< Less
New Collected Rhymes (1910) By Andrew Lang
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This poor little flutter of rhymes would not have been let down the wind: the project would have been abandoned but for the too flattering encouragement of a responsible friend. I trust that he may... More > not "live to rue the day," like Keith of Craigentolly in the ballad. The "Loyal Lyrics" on Charles and James and the White Rose must not be understood as implying a rebellious desire for the subversion of the present illustrious dynasty. "These are but symbols that I sing, These names of Prince, and rose, and King; Types of things dear that do not die, But reign in loyal memory. ACROSS THE WATER surely they Abide their twenty-ninth of May; And we shall hail their happy reign, When Life comes to his own again," - over the water that divides us from the voices and faces of our desires and dreams.< Less
Florida Star 1880-1910 By Jim Garmon
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An index of births, marriages and deaths reported in the Florida Star newspaper published in Titusville, Florida from 1880 to 1910