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The Nineteenth-Century Industrialist By Renee Katz
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The arbitrary adventures of Hiram Thorpe, an industrialist from the 1800's who lives in our time for no apparent reason. He tries to run a factory like in Victorian Times. Together with his two... More > most loyal employees - Sooty and Grimey - they do things. The first fifty episodes of the online comic, The Nineteenth-Century Industrialist.< Less
The Nineteenth-Century Industrialist By Renee Katz
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The arbitrary adventures of Hiram Thorpe, an industrialist from the 1800's who lives in our time for no apparent reason. He tries to run a factory like in Victorian Times. Together with his two... More > most loyal employees - Sooty and Grimey - they do things. The first fifty episodes of the online comic, The Nineteenth-Century Industrialist.< Less
France In the Nineteenth Century (Illustrated) By Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer
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“Louis Bonaparte was nine years younger than his brother Napoleon, who by no right of primogeniture, but by right of success, was early looked upon as the head of the family of Bonaparte. He... More > assumed the place of father to his little brother Louis, and a very unsatisfactory father he proved. Louis was studious, poetical, solid, honorable, and unambitious. His brother was resolved to make him a distinguished general and an able king. He succeeded in making him a brave soldier and a very good general; but Louis had no enthusiasm for the profession of arms. He hated bloodshed, and above all he hated sack and pillage. He had no genius, and crooked ways of any kind were abhorrent to him.”< Less
Liberty in the Nineteenth Century By Frederic May Holland
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France in the Nineteenth Century By Elizabeth Wormeley Latimer
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The History of the Nineteenth Century in Caricature By Arthur Bartlett Maurice
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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: Frederic Taber Cooper Ph.D. (May 27, 1864 – May 20, 1937)... More > was an American editor and writer.Cooper was born in New York City, graduated from Harvard University in 1886 and obtained an LL.B. from Columbia University in 1887.On November 29, 1887, he married Edith Redfield in New York. Edith's father Amasa A. Redfield was a New York attorney and author.In 1888, he was admitted to the New York Bar, but promptly abandoned the practice of law. Returning to Columbia, he obtained an A.M. in 1891, serving as an associate instructor of Latin until 1894. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederic_Taber_Cooper< Less
Poetry: A Nineteenth Century Perspective By E Gilbert
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Four influential essays come together to give a perspective on a nineteenth century attitude towards poetry.
Little Memoirs of the Nineteenth Century By George Paston
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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: Emily Morse Symonds (1860 - 12 September 1936), known as an... More > author by her pen name George Paston, was a British author and literary critic.Symonds was born on 4 September 1860, in St-Mary-in-the-Marsh parish, Sprowston, near Norwich, England. She was the niece of John Addington Symonds, the respected English poet and literary critic. During her writing career, she became close friends with another eminent literary critic, Arnold Bennett.She died in her home, shortly after her seventy-sixth birthday, of apparent heart failure.Symonds made her first literary breakthrough at age 31, when she anonymously authored a short article, "Cousins German", in the Cornhill Magazine. Her first book, A Modern Amazon, in 1894, was noted by The Academy in volume 55 as having "some wit and a general readableness. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Paston< Less
The Huntoon Family in the Nineteenth Century By Allan Abrahamse
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Philip Huntoon (or Hunton) was born about 1668. He was seen first in Exeter, NH about 1689. This book describes eight generations of his descendants, from the beginning through the end of the... More > nineteenth century and beyond. It describes over 4000 descendants and over 9000 individuals, with citations, a name index and a location index.< Less
Christian Sects in the Nineteenth Century (Illustrated) By Caroline Frances Cornwallis
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“The following letters grew out of a conversation between one of the editors of the “Small Books,” and a lady of his acquaintance; and as there are probably many who have felt the... More > want of the information they contain, it has been thought that by publishing them in a collected form they may be useful. The views of the writer are sufficiently explained in the letters themselves. All lament the small sum of Christian charity to be found among religionists in general, but few when they begin to write have kept clear of a severity of comment which but prolongs differences. The writer, himself a member of the Church of England, is anxious to show that it is possible to be attached p. vito one persuasion without imputing either folly or ill intention to others; and it is with a view of promoting the loving fellowship of all whom God disdains not to create and support, that this slight sketch is given to the world.”< Less