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Great Cricketers Series: Sir Donald Bradman By Students’ Academy
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No other cricket player can ever reach the Test Average which Sir Donald Bradman had achieved in his glorious career as a batsman. Undoubtedly, Bradman is the greatest batsman ever born. The... More > following cricketers from various countries can try to emulate him but it is almost impossible to touch his landmark of Test Average. Bradman was like a storm and he destroyed the bowlers of the rival teams so badly that before they could understand what had happened, the match was gone from their hands. Sir Donald Bradman is a legend, a God in the world of cricket. Only Sachin Tendulkar from India has the honour of being appreciated by Sir Donald Bradman who had invited Sachin to Australia. Bradman said that when he watched Sachin play, he was reminded of his youth. Sir Donald Bradman’s name will always be there on top in the list of the greatest ever batsmen.< Less
Scotland and Beyond; the Families of Donald Gunn (Tormsdale) and John Gunn (Dalnaha, Strathmore and Braehour) By Alastair Gunn & Donald Gunn
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This book examines two linked Caithness Gunn families over many generations in places such as Scotland, Canada, Jamaica and Australia. It has many family trees, photographs and original documents... More > including details of trips to Canada in the 1840s and Australia in the 1850s. Many letters from the mid 1800s are included. The book has many biographies including the Hon. Donald Gunn of Canada, William Gunn of Waranga Park, Sir John Gunn of Tormsdale and the Hon. John Alexander Gunn of New South Wales ('anthrax' Gunn). This book contains much original information showing how Gunns integrated into new lands. This work has taken many years and builds on documents held within the family and much detailed genealogical research. Two versions are available; a paperback black and white version and a deluxe hardback version with some colour photographs. The information and images are the same in both texts.< Less
Scotland and Beyond: The Families of Donald Gunn (Tormsdale) and John Gunn (Dalnaha, Strathmore and Braehour) By Donald Gunn & Alastair Gunn
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This book examines two linked Caithness Gunn families over many generations in places such as Scotland, Canada, Jamaica and Australia. It has many family trees, photographs and original documents... More > including details of trips to Canada in the 1840s and Australia in the 1850s. Many letters from the mid 1800s are included. The book has many biographies including the Hon. Donald Gunn of Canada, William Gunn of Waranga Park, Sir John Gunn of Tormsdale and the Hon. John Alexander Gunn of New South Wales ('anthrax' Gunn). This book contains much original information showing how Gunns integrated into new lands. This work has taken many years and builds on documents held within the family and much detailed genealogical research. Two versions are available; a paperback black and white version and a deluxe hardback version with some colour photographs. The information and images are the same in both texts.< Less
Scotland and Beyond; The Families of Donald Gunn (Tormsdale) and John Gunn (Dalnaha, Strathmore and Braehour) By Donald Gunn & Alastair Gunn
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This book examines two linked Caithness Gunn families over many generations in places such as Scotland, Canada, Jamaica and Australia. It has many family trees, photographs and original documents... More > including details of trips to Canada in the 1840s and Australia in the 1850s. Many letters from the mid 1800s are included. The book has many biographies including the Hon. Donald Gunn of Canada, William Gunn of Waranga Park, Sir John Gunn of Tormsdale and the Hon. John Alexander Gunn of New South Wales ('anthrax' Gunn). This book contains much original information showing how Gunns integrated into new lands. This work has taken many years and builds on documents held within the family and much detailed genealogical research. Two versions are available; a paperback black and white version and this deluxe hardback version with some colour photographs. The information and images are the same in both texts.< Less
Scotland and Beyond; the Families of Donald Gunn (Tormsdale) and John Gunn (Dalnaha, Strathmore and Braehour) By Alastair Gunn & Donald Gunn
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This book examines two linked Caithness Gunn families over many generations in places such as Scotland, Canada, Jamaica and Australia. It has many family trees, photographs and original documents... More > including details of trips to Canada in the 1840s and Australia in the 1850s. Many letters from the mid 1800s are included. The book has biographies including the Hon. Donald Gunn of Canada, William Gunn of Waranga Park, Sir John Gunn of Tormsdale and the Hon. John Alexander Gunn of New South Wales ('anthrax' Gunn). This book contains much original information. This work has taken many years and builds on documents held within the family and much detailed genealogical research. Two versions are available; a paperback black and white version and this deluxe hardback version with some colour photographs. The information and images are the same in both texts. Clan Gunn history book. A lot of detail is given on the Braehour line - sometimes considered the Clan Gunn Chief line.< Less
Irish Lullabies By Donald Mahoney
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A collection of Irish lullabies, cradle and nurse songs spanning over 2,000 years of Irish and Celtic culture. Works include pieces by Sir Samuel Ferguson, Nora Hopper, William Allingham, Samuel... More > Lover. Explanatory material and notes are provided to clarify potentially obscure items. An Appendix discusses the antiquity of the Irish lullaby.< Less
Irish Lullabies By Donald Mahoney
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A collection of Irish lullabies, cradle and nurse songs spanning over 2,000 years of Irish and Celtic culture. Works include pieces by Sir Samuel Ferguson, Nora Hopper, William Allingham, Samuel... More > Lover. Explanatory material and notes are provided to clarify potentially obscure items. An Appendix discusses the antiquity of the Irish lullaby.< Less
Jane Austen: from Sanditon to Winchester By Donald Measham
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Bicentenary rewriting by Donald Measham of his ‘Jane Austen out of the blue’, with due regard to Austen’s last long sentence in her final work of fiction. From the Manuscript of... More > Jane Austen’s unfinished SANDITON: “Charlotte had leisure to look about & to be told by Mrs Parker that the whole-length Portrait of a stately Gentleman, which placed above the Mantelpiece, caught the eyes immediately was the picture of Sir H Denham – and that just one among many miniatures in another part of the room, little conspicuous, presented Mr Hollis. – Poor Mr Hollis! – It was impossible not to feel him hardly used; to be obliged to stand back in his own house, and see the best place by the fire constantly occupied by Sir H Denham.” The name ‘Charlotte’ had always appealed to Jane Austen, who regretted she had yet to use it for a leading lady. In Sanditon there is a young lady with that name. Can this alternative ‘I’ make her way into the story? Take over from the dying author at a pinch...?< Less
Jane Austen: from Sanditon to Winchester By Donald Measham
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Bicentenary rewriting by Donald Measham of his ‘Jane Austen out of the blue’, with due regard to Austen’s last long sentence in her final work of fiction. From the Manuscript of... More > Jane Austen’s unfinished SANDITON: “Charlotte had leisure to look about & to be told by Mrs Parker that the whole-length Portrait of a stately Gentleman, which placed above the Mantelpiece, caught the eyes immediately was the picture of Sir H Denham – and that just one among many miniatures in another part of the room, little conspicuous, presented Mr Hollis. – Poor Mr Hollis! – It was impossible not to feel him hardly used; to be obliged to stand back in his own house, and see the best place by the fire constantly occupied by Sir H Denham.” The name ‘Charlotte’ had always appealed to Jane Austen, who regretted she had yet to use it for a leading lady. In Sanditon there is a young lady with that name. Can this alternative ‘I’ make her way into the story? Take over from the dying author at a pinch...?< Less
Creating Limitless Wealth By Sir Andress
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