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Knox Farm By Avery Knox
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Photographs of Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora, New York
Knox Farm- Interiors By Avery Knox
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Interior photographs of the Knox Mansion at Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora, New York.
The Works of Vicesimus Knox By Vicesimus Knox
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This collection has the following works: Personal Nobility or, Letters to a Young Noble Man The Spirit of Despotism Sermons Vicesimus Knox was an English essayist and minister. He published... More > Essays Moral and Literary (1778), and compiled the formerly well-known Elegant Extracts, often reprinted. As an essayist he wrote extensively on morals and literature, and as a minister he preached often on behalf of philanthropic causes and against war, arguing that "If the Christian religion in all its purity, and in its full force, were suffered to prevail universally, the sword of offensive war must be sheathed for ever, and the din of arms would at last be silenced in perpetual peace" and that "The total abolition of war, and the establishment of perpetual and universal peace, appear to me to be of more consequence than any thing ever achieved, or even attempted, by mere mortal man, since the creation".< Less
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This book contains pictures only no text. The pictures were taking in 2007. The pictures are of canons and the building.
HARD KNOX By Rashawn Woodgett
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School of Hard Knox in kennesaw georgia, Matt Sword and Joe Elmore
The Knox Chronicles By Gary Fergusson
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Robert Andrew Knox, Dr Robert Andrew Knox, has been brutally murdered: but he is not dead, not yet, his mind as honed and malign as ever. He has but two aims now: to discover what keeps him from... More > "oblivion," and to find out who killed him and dumped his corpse on "Ceann Gubha_ - the hill of grief - punishment for his numerous sins and indiscretions. Knox's chronicles take him back to his childhood with his mercurial mother, his time at St. Gabriel's. Oxford, his dangerous infatuation with a teenage girl and his exile in Belfast, that "Barbaric metropolis." Thinking does not change anything, he says, but perhaps with the "right degree of sincerity and contrition" he might just get what he wants.< Less
Visiting Seymour Knox,Jr By Avery Knox
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A fine collection of photographs of art collector, Seymour Knox, at his various houses. An inside look into his personal life.
The Mass In Slow Motion (1948) by Monsignor Knox By Ronald Knox
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In Mr. Knox's Country By Martin Ross
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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: Edith Anna Œnone Somerville (2 May 1858 – 8 October... More > 1949) was an Irish novelist who habitually signed herself as "E. Œ. Somerville". She wrote in collaboration with her cousin "Martin Ross" (Violet Martin) under the pseudonym "Somerville and Ross". Together they published a series of fourteen stories and novels, the most popular of which were The Real Charlotte, and The Experiences of an Irish R. M., published in 1899.The eldest of eight children, Somerville was born on the island of Corfu, then part of the United States of the Ionian Islands, a British protectorate where her father was stationed. A year later, her father retired to Drishane, Castletownshend, County Cork, where Somerville grew up. She received her primary education at home, and then attended Alexandra College in Dublin. Excerpt from:< Less
Fort Knox Robbery By Lakeyn Gambrel
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Two Boys take on a risky challenge. By Robbing fort knox they belive their life would be better. With alot of gold.