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Travels in England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1600) By Paul Hentzner AND Sir Robert Naunton.
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Sir Robert Naunton was of an old family with large estates, settled at Alderton, in Suffolk. He was at Cambridge in the latter years of Elizabeth's reign, having entered as Fellow Commoner at... More > Trinity College, and obtained a Fellowship at Trinity Hall. Naunton went to Scotland in 1589 with an uncle, William Ashby, whom Queen Elizabeth sent thither as Ambassador, and was despatched to Elizabeth's court from Scotland as a trusty messenger. In 1596-7 he was in France, and corresponded with the Earl of Essex, who was his friend. After the fall of Essex he returned to Cambridge, and was made Proctor of the University in 1601, three years after Paul Hentzner's visit to England.< Less
Travels in England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1600) By Paul Hentzner AND Sir Robert Naunton.
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Sir Robert Naunton was of an old family with large estates, settled at Alderton, in Suffolk. He was at Cambridge in the latter years of Elizabeth's reign, having entered as Fellow Commoner at... More > Trinity College, and obtained a Fellowship at Trinity Hall. Naunton went to Scotland in 1589 with an uncle, William Ashby, whom Queen Elizabeth sent thither as Ambassador, and was despatched to Elizabeth's court from Scotland as a trusty messenger. In 1596-7 he was in France, and corresponded with the Earl of Essex, who was his friend. After the fall of Essex he returned to Cambridge, and was made Proctor of the University in 1601, three years after Paul Hentzner's visit to England.< Less
Brambleholme Autumn By Duncan Hall
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Praise for Brambleholme Summer: "This would make a lovely bedtime read-aloud book for younger children; older elementary age and up will enjoy delving into it on their own" - Elizabeth... More > Jolley, Ransome Readers Recommend "ideal for anyone looking for a good old mystery / adventure yarn to share with children, but is a bit wary of some of the 'twilight of empire' cultural assumptions that colour many of the classics of the early 20th century" - Daun Russell, Amazon customer review Beatrice comes to live in Brambleholme with her aunt in a small cottage. She makes friends quickly but finds herself in an adventure involving Halloween, Bonfire Night and a bedraggled Shetland pony. Brambleholme Autumn is a story of golden leaves, bonfire parties, crisp days and misty nights in the Yorkshire Dales, for children aged 8 to 80.< Less
Brambleholme Autumn By Duncan Hall
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Praise for Brambleholme Summer: "This would make a lovely bedtime read-aloud book for younger children; older elementary age and up will enjoy delving into it on their own" - Elizabeth... More > Jolley, Ransome Readers Recommend "ideal for anyone looking for a good old mystery / adventure yarn to share with children, but is a bit wary of some of the 'twilight of empire' cultural assumptions that colour many of the classics of the early 20th century" - Daun Russell, Amazon customer review "Bramblehome Summer may do for kids of the 21st century what Swallows and Amazons did for countless children of the past" - Sandy Dechert, Lulu customer review Beatrice comes to live in Brambleholme with her aunt in a small cottage. She makes friends quickly but finds herself in an adventure involving Halloween, Bonfire Night and a bedraggled Shetland pony. Brambleholme Autumn is a story of golden leaves, bonfire parties, crisp days and misty nights in the Yorkshire Dales, for children aged 8 to 80.< Less
La Belle Rebelle By Henry N Hall
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On the fifth day of July 1745, two ships set sail from France. One of these vessels was named Elizabeth, a 64-gun ship loaded with fighting men and arms. Her mission was to accompany a frigate named... More > Du Tiellay, aboard which was a gathering of distinguished passengers. They were men on a voyage that had but one cause and that was to overthrow a Hanoverian King in favour of a Stuart. A few days into this voyage an encounter with a British Man-o-War so crippled the Elizabeth she was forced to limp back to France while Du Tiellay sailed on alone. Her destination: Scotland. As the vessel sailed on through the Irish sea a young woman in England’s coal rich county of Northumberland, lives blissfully unaware the she is destined to become infamous throughout the land for her part in a rebellion that earns her the title La Belle Rebelle.< Less
The Good Sinner By Elizabeth Schmeidler
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~Ellie Hall is completely alone in the world. Having recently lost her beloved grandparents, she throws caution to the wind, venturing a move to a new state and completely foreign way of... More > life. Defense Attorney, Royce Morgan is living the good life—Success. Money. Women. The last thing he wants to deal with is a pure-heart, country bumpkin for an assistant. However, with a new high-profile capital murder case thrust upon him, he hires Ellie despite his reservations. In the ensuing days and weeks, the tension created from their clashing personalities ignites, but quickly pales in light of the tangible evil, danger, and web of deceit that swiftly entangles them. As the two work together for justice, they are shaken to the very core of their being—where, they discover, both virtue and vice are at war. A plot-twisting, page-turner of suspense, mystery, and redemption, The Good Sinner, will invoke passionate emotions and leave the reader to ponder long after the last word is devoured.~< Less
Completion Compilation, 2007 By editor, elizaBeth Benson-Udom
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This final book in the launch year of the elizaPress Publication's eclectic anthology series offers a glimpse at the life and death importance of writing, expressing, making. Punctuated with... More > beautiful imagery by Shiloh McCloud, this edition is a soulful expression of creative community at its best. Enjoy poetry, prose, great stories from powerful voices, rich expressions of truth and beauty. Featured writer Faye Adams is flanked by word worlds contributed by elizaBeth Benson-Udom, Marlene Cleckley, Carolee Gearhart, Floriana Hall, Reverend Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Maggie Rankin, Janice D. Rubin, Lynn V. Sadler, Marco Salazar and Charlotte Zuzak.< Less
Completion Compilation, 2007 By editor, elizaBeth Benson-Udom
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This final book in the launch year of the elizaPress Publication's eclectic anthology series offers a glimpse at the life and death importance of writing, expressing, making. Punctuated with... More > beautiful imagery by Shiloh McCloud, this edition is a soulful expression of creative community at its best. Enjoy poetry, prose, great stories from powerful voices, rich expressions of truth and beauty. Featured writer Faye Adams is flanked by word worlds contributed by elizaBeth Benson-Udom, Marlene Cleckley, Carolee Gearhart, Floriana Hall, Reverend Shiloh Sophia McCloud, Maggie Rankin, Janice D. Rubin, Lynn V. Sadler, Marco Salazar and Charlotte Zuzak.< Less
New Beginnings By editor, elizaBeth Benson-Udom
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This second eclectic anthology in the launch year of elizaPress Publications features the writing of Lynn Veach Sadler, an interview with Lynn about her writing practice and experience, and the work... More > of ten additional contributing writers including elizaBeth Benson-Udom, Aggie Burke, Carolee Gearhart, Floriana Hall, Debra J. Harmes Kurth, Juanita J. Martin, Martha Meltzer, Janice D. Rubin, Pallavi Sharma, PhD, & Richard Weingart. This compilation of work includes poetry, stories, plays, performance pieces, essays, blog-like entries, a couple of haiku, and a limerick. The writers demonstrate an astounding way with words and the rich relationship they each have with writing. Their words reveal painful truths, haunting longings, brave new starts of the most poignant kind. All in all, these offerings reach out to inspire readers to try their own hand at the page. This is an expressive anthology, a moving demonstration of new beginnings and the promises they bring.< Less
New Beginnings By editor, elizaBeth Benson-Udom
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This second eclectic anthology in the launch year of elizaPress Publications features the writing of Lynn Veach Sadler, an interview with Lynn about her writing practice and experience, and the work... More > of ten additional contributing writers including elizaBeth Benson-Udom, Aggie Burke, Carolee Gearhart, Floriana Hall, Debra J. Harmes Kurth, Juanita J. Martin, Martha Meltzer, Janice D. Rubin, Pallavi Sharma, PhD, & Richard Weingart. This compilation of work includes poetry, stories, plays, performance pieces, essays, blog-like entries, a couple of haiku, and a limerick. The writers demonstrate an astounding way with words and the rich relationship they each have with writing. Their words reveal painful truths, haunting longings, brave new starts of the most poignant kind. All in all, these offerings reach out to inspire readers to try their own hand at the page. This is an expressive anthology, a moving demonstration of new beginnings and the promises they bring.< Less