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Rebekah's Journey: An Historical Novel By Ann Bell
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Quaker women in the eighteenth century were known as the First American Feminists. Their strength in spite of tremendous adversity has been an inspiration to generations.
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The Care of Books (Illustrated) By John Willis Clark
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This is an Essay on the Development of Libraries and their Fittings, from the earliest times to the end of the Eighteenth Century.
A Line of Shirts By Janet Kinrade Dethick
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The story of a Derbyshire family from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day
Shamrock and White Rose By Joseph White
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Forced by famine and the political climate to leave Ireland at the age of 14 and seek a new life in the industrial north of England, this is the true story of Michael Maloney. He vividly describes... More > all that he experienced living amongst the poorest slums of Leeds in Yorkshire and working in the grime of the steelworks of that City. At other times he portrays the very different life on the farms near Ripon. He tells of the hostility and brutality encountered by Irish emigrants of the early eighteenth Century. A real life picture is drawn of the stark poverty and deprivation which was the lot of the poor of that generation. The narrative was written by Joseph White based on the life of his father which he had graphically described to him. Almost two centuries have passed since this tale was told and the unbelievable misery and poverty have passed with them. The story is not without humour and tribute is paid to those who extended a hand of friendship to the strangers in their midst.< Less
Shamrock and White Rose By Joseph White
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Forced by famine and the political climate to leave Ireland at the age of 14 and seek a new life in the industrial north of England, this is the true story of Michael Maloney. He vividly describes... More > all that he experienced living amongst the poorest slums of Leeds in Yorkshire and working in the grime of the steelworks of that City. At other times he portrays the very different life on the farms near Ripon. He tells of the hostility and brutality encountered by Irish emigrants of the early eighteenth Century. A real life picture is drawn of the stark poverty and deprivation which was the lot of the poor of that generation. The narrative was written by Joseph White based on the life of his father which he had graphically described to him. Almost two centuries have passed since this tale was told and the unbelievable misery and poverty have passed with them. The story is not without humour and tribute is paid to those who extended a hand of friendship to the strangers in their midst.< Less
Théâtre Anglois II By Pierre-Antoine de la Place
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The second volume of La Place's influential translation of English theatre
Théâtre Anglois By Pierre-Antoine de la Place
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The first volume of La Place's influential translation of English theatre
Oeuvres Posthumes II By Jean-François Ducis
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Second volume of four.
Poker Face By A Agnew
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Stylish high society crime in an age of elegance. Where is Lady Constance Marriott? Not in the country house she manages and not circulating in London society. Her family are determined not to... More > provide any answers and her friends are worried. Is she safe? When murder occurs to disturb them even further, Richard Devereux must hunt for the killer through the maze of eighteenth century London high and low life.< Less

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