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A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature By John W. Cousin
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This book contains the biographical descriptions of 1,678 writers in English Literature organized in the alphabetical order of writers' names. It includes the summary of each writer's works, their... More > life, their characters and circumstances, their fame and fortune, etc.< Less
A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature By John W. Cousin
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This book contains the biographical descriptions of 1,678 writers in English Literature organized in the alphabetical order of writers' names. It includes the summary of each writer's works, their... More > life, their characters and circumstances, their fame and fortune, etc.< Less
My Australian and New Zealand Cousins in Color By Gordon Henry Syms
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This book includes cousins who immigrated from England to Australia and New Zealand be¬tween 1835 and 1972, and their 590 descendants who were born, married, resided or died there. It includes... More > 37 relationship diagrams and 19 color photo albums. Special emphasis includes five English cousins, Carol (Strevens) Bushnell, Paul Syms, Yvonne (Subtil) Syms, Michael Syms, and Ian Cotter, and three Australians Audrey (Syms) Garth, Russell Garth and Suzette (Garth) Davanzo. This book has 28 cousins named Syms, 14 Garth and 21 named Duder. Each family includes diagrams of their relationship to the eight English and Australian cousins and to me, Pedigree Charts of 4 to 7 generations and color snap-shots, Descendant Diagrams and Outline Descendant Reports. These reports includes births, marriages, deaths, residences, immigrations, educations and occupations.< Less
My Australian and New Zealand Cousins in B&W By Gordon Henry Syms
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This book includes my cousins who immigrated from England to Australia and New Zealand between 1835 and 1972, and their 590 descendants who were born, married, resided or died there. It includes 37... More > relationship diagrams and 19 photo albums. Special emphasis includes five English cousins, Carol Berenice (Strevens) Bushnell, Paul Robert Syms and his mother Yvonne (Subtil) Syms, Michael Edwin Syms, and Ian James Leslie Cotter, and three Australians Audrey Joan (Syms) Garth, Adrian Russell "Russell" Garth and Suzette Maree (Garth) Davanzo. This book has 28 cousins named Syms, 14 Garth and 21 named Duder. Each family includes diagrams of their relationship to the eight English and Australian cousins and to me, Pedigree Charts of 4 to 7 generations, Descendant Diagrams and Outline Descendant Reports. These reports includes births, marriages, deaths, residences, immigrations, educations and occupations.< Less
Vegan Italian Style - English Edition By Diana Artemisia
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Mediterranean cuisine, especially Italian cooking, has a wide-range of recipes which satisfy the demands of a healthy and ethical vegan life-style. Most of the traditional Italian first courses and... More > all dishes made with raw and cooked vegetables fully meet the needs of vegans. Many other recipes can be adapted to vegan philosophy simply by replacing cow’s milk with soy or rice milk, and butter with vegan margarine. It is easy to find many different recipes in cookery books or on the web, which tend to use exotic ingredients usually from the East. This booklet sets out to be different: its aim is to reinvent a “vegan style” of cooking for some of the traditional and regional Italian recipes, which are known for their use of meat and other animal products. This is challenging – we want our dishes to be both visually pleasing and to replicate the taste of the original ones. This is only a starting point so that you can go on making new and original recipes in the kitchen.< Less
Colbourne Family History - English Ancestry By Denis Colbourne
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This is Volume I of a three volume series titled “Colbourne Family History”. It tells the story of fifteen generations of Colbournes who lived in various counties of England from the... More > fourteenth to the twentieth century. It is a detailed record of several decades of research carried out in England and Canada. These are the English ancestors and cousins of the Twillingate, Newfoundland Colbournes described in Volume II, published in 2012. The story begins with William Colbourne born in Warwickshire circa 1305 and traces the Colbourne families as they spread to the other English counties of Stafford, Somerset, Suffolk, Dorset, Cambridge, Salop (Shropshire), Norfolk and Hampshire.The spelling of the Colbourne name has many variants even within a common document.< Less
ANNALS OF AN ENGLISH PARISH 1760-1810 A.D. By Rev. Micah Balwhidder and John Galt
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CHAPTER I YEAR 1760 The Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and sixty, was remarkable for three things in the parish of Dalmailing.--First and foremost, there was my placing; then the coming... More > of Mrs Malcolm with her five children to settle among us; and next, my marriage upon my own cousin, Miss Betty Lanshaw, by which the account of this year naturally divides itself into three heads or portions. First, of the placing.--It was a great affair; for I was put in by the patron, and the people knew nothing whatsoever of me, and their hearts were stirred into strife on the occasion, and they did all that lay within the compass of their power to keep me out, insomuch, that there was obliged to be a guard of soldiers to protect the presbytery; and it was a thing that made my heart grieve when I heard the drum beating and the fife playing as we were going to the kirk.< Less
ANNALS OF AN ENGLISH PARISH 1760-1810 A.D. By Rev. Micah Balwhidder and John Galt
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CHAPTER I YEAR 1760 The Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and sixty, was remarkable for three things in the parish of Dalmailing.--First and foremost, there was my placing; then the coming... More > of Mrs Malcolm with her five children to settle among us; and next, my marriage upon my own cousin, Miss Betty Lanshaw, by which the account of this year naturally divides itself into three heads or portions. First, of the placing.--It was a great affair; for I was put in by the patron, and the people knew nothing whatsoever of me, and their hearts were stirred into strife on the occasion, and they did all that lay within the compass of their power to keep me out, insomuch, that there was obliged to be a guard of soldiers to protect the presbytery; and it was a thing that made my heart grieve when I heard the drum beating and the fife playing as we were going to the kirk.< Less
Thomasina and the Flying Generators of Death By Leo L. Leo II
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In this third installment lampooning Leo L. Levesque's wonderful Thomasina Swift stories, our heroine continues on with her quest to bring her beloved Uncle and his company back to life. This time... More > she is building a large flying wing and electrical generator system. But, death awaits one of the characters high in the air.< Less
Poppy and Pierre By Rose Cima
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A bilingual children's book about Paris. The story is about an English girl, Poppy, who comes to visit her French cousin, Pierre, in Paris. Throughout the book, the two children discover lots of... More > important monuments around Paris. Each part of the book is written in both French and English, with some words highlighted to make it easy to pick them out in the other language. There are also several words on each page associated with pictures to help children learn key vocabulary. ****** Un livre bilingue pour enfants sur Paris. L’histoire est celle d’une fille anglaise, Poppy, qui vient render visite à son cousin français, Pierre, à Paris. Tout au long du livre, les deux enfants découvrent beaucoup de monuments importants dans Paris. Chaque partie de l’histoire est écrite en français ainsi qu’en anglais, avec quelques mots surlignés pour les repérer facilement dans l’autre langue. Il y a aussi plusieurs mots sur chaque page associés avec des images pour aider les enfants à apprendre le vocabulaire clé.< Less