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The Clearview Manor Neighborhood of McLean, Virginia By Laura Nielsen
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A History of the Clearview Manor neighborhood of McLean,VA from colonial times to 2013.
The Clearview Manor Neighborhood of McLean, Virginia By Laura Nielsen
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A History of the Clearview Manor neighborhood of McLean,VA from colonial times to 2013.
Seven Ships to Darien By Ronald Phillips
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The 1950s. The world was changing. A former Empire and an unlikely sailor were coming of age. As continents and countries redefined themselves, Ronald Phillips set out to see the world from the decks... More > of the P&O line. The engrossing story of seven merchant ships and their naïve young crew member, with the tale of family fleeing pogroms in Eastern Europe for a new life in London. Fascinating and always entertaining, whether recalling scams in Petticoat Lane or encountering a Hollywood princess in Monaco, Ronald strolls through his early years with candour and wit. Discover Betsy who could not boil an egg, yet became cook to the stars, meet the flirtatious grandmother who never committed bigamy with strangers. Unlikely romance, engaging travelogue and glimpse into a kaleidoscope of colourful cultures. A page-turning perceptive and memorable snapshot of life on the cusp of Empire and Independence across five continents. Go to www.sevenships.co.uk< Less
Seven Ships to Darien By Ronald Phillips
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The 1950s. The world was changing. A former Empire and an unlikely sailor were coming of age. As continents and countries redefined themselves, Ronald Phillips set out to see the world from the decks... More > of the P&O line. The engrossing story of seven merchant ships and their naïve young crew member, with the tale of family fleeing pogroms in Eastern Europe for a new life in London. Fascinating and always entertaining, whether recalling scams in Petticoat Lane or encountering a Hollywood princess in Monaco, Ronald strolls through his early years with candour and wit. Discover Betsy who could not boil an egg, yet became cook to the stars, meet the flirtatious grandmother who never committed bigamy with strangers. Unlikely romance, engaging travelogue and glimpse into a kaleidoscope of colourful cultures. A page-turning perceptive and memorable snapshot of life on the cusp of Empire and Independence across five continents. Go to www.sevenships.co.uk< Less
Seven Ships to Darien By Ronald Phillips
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The 1950s. The world was changing. A former Empire and an unlikely sailor were coming of age. As continents and countries redefined themselves, Ronald Phillips set out to see the world from the decks... More > of the P&O line. The engrossing story of seven merchant ships and their naïve young crew member, with the tale of family fleeing pogroms in Eastern Europe for a new life in London. Fascinating and always entertaining, whether recalling scams in Petticoat Lane or encountering a Hollywood princess in Monaco, Ronald strolls through his early years with candour and wit. Discover Betsy who could not boil an egg, yet became cook to the stars, meet the flirtatious grandmother who never committed bigamy with strangers. Unlikely romance, engaging travelogue and glimpse into a kaleidoscope of colourful cultures. A page-turning perceptive and memorable snapshot of life on the cusp of Empire and Independence across five continents. Go to www.sevenships.co.uk< Less
A Will and No Will; or, A Bone for the Lawyers. (1746) The New Play Criticiz'd, or the Plague of Envy. (1747) By Charles Macklin
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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: Charles Macklin (26 September 1690 – 11 July 1797),... More > [Gaelic: Cathal MacLochlainn] (Charles McLaughlin in English), was an Irish actor and dramatist who performed extensively at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. Macklin revolutionised theatre in the 18th century by introducing a "natural style" of acting. He is also famous for killing a man in a fight over a wig at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.Born in County Donegal in Ulster in the north of Ireland, brought up in Dublin, where he attended school in Islandbridge after his father's death and his mother's remarriage, Macklin became known for his many performances in the tragedy and comedy genre of plays. He gained his greatest fame in the role of Shylock in The Merchant of Venice. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Macklin< Less