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Knights of Middle England at Reaseheath By Alan Fairhurst
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The Knights of Middle England storm Reaseheath and thrill the spectators to a day of combat.
Knights of Middle England By Alan K. Fairhurst
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Equine stunt riding. The "Knights of Middle England invade Arly Hall to thrill the spectators.
Stained Glass of the Middle Ages in England and France By Hugh Arnold
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The Cathedral verger, conducting his flock of tourists round the building, while giving them plenty of really interesting and valuable information about it (for the verger of to-day is a different... More > man from his predecessor, and is often very intelligent and well informed), remarks briefly, "The glass is of the thirteenth century"—or fourteenth or fifteenth, as the case may be; the procession gazes carelessly at it, and passes on. Yet from out of that dazzling and glowing labyrinth of coloured jewels a past age is speaking far more articulately, if one stops to unravel the message, than ever in stone or wood, and it is for those who can be induced to take that second look which will be followed by a third and a fourth and many more that I have written this book.< Less
History of England By JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE
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JAMES ANTHONY FROUDE History of England James Anthony Froude was born at Darlington, England, April 23, 1818, and died on Oct. 20, 1894. He was educated at Westminster, and Oriel College, Oxford.... More > Taking Holy Orders, he was, for a time, deeply influenced by Newman and the Tractarian movement, but soon underwent the radical revolution of thought revealed by his first treatise, the "Nemesis of Faith," which appeared in 1849, and created a sensation. Its tendency to skepticism cost him his fellowship, but its profound pathos, its accent of tenderness, and its fervour excited wide admiration. Permanent fame was secured by the appearance, in 1856, of the first two instalments of his magnificent work, "The History of England, from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Armada," the last volume appearing in 1870. This treatise on the middle Tudor period is one of the most fascinating historical treatises in the whole range of literature.< Less
The Middle English Prose Psalters by Richard Roole at Hampole, England about 1450. By Richard Estes
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Book #1426: The Middle English Prose Psalters by Richard Roole at Hampole, England about 1450. Huntington Library at San Marino, California - HM 148. It has 221 leaves but you will see 5 special... More > color pages. Also 29 pages from 1884 facsimile with Psalms 1:1 to 9:7.< Less
The Autobiography of a Wanderer in England & Burma By Charles Haswell Campagnac & Ed. Sandra Campagnac-Carney
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Early chapters in this memoir give a splendid picture of a family, Huguenot & British and India followed by professional and commercial middle class life and an English education. Life in London... More > is a vibrant picture. The main story is Burma, legal cases, extraordinary cases, social and cultural life, journalism and the beginnings of independent Burma, and finally WWII and the harrowing experience of exile.< Less
The Autobiography of a Wanderer in England & Burma By Charles Haswell Campagnac & Ed. Sandra Campagnac-Carney
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Early chapters in this memoir give a splendid picture of a family, Huguenot & British and India followed by professional and commercial middle class life and an English education. Life in London... More > is a vibrant picture. The main story is Burma, legal cases, extraordinary cases, social and cultural life, journalism and the beginnings of independent Burma, and finally WWII and the harrowing experience of exile.< Less
Handbook of the Trees of New England By Lorin L. Dame & Henry Brooks
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There is no lack of good manuals of botany in this country. There still seems place for an adequately illustrated book of convenient size for field use. The larger manuals, moreover, cover extensive... More > regions and sometimes fail by reason of their universality to give a definite idea of plants as they grow within more limited areas. New England marks a meeting place of the Canadian and Alleghanian floras. Many southern plants, long after they have abandoned more elevated situations northward, continue to advance up the valleys of the Connecticut and Merrimac rivers, in which they ultimately disappear entirely or else reappear in the valley of the St. Lawrence; while many northern plants pushing southward maintain a more or less precarious existence upon the mountain summits or in the cold swamps of New England, and sometimes follow along the mountain ridges to the middle or southern states.< Less
Puritan Preaching in England (Brown) By John Brown
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John Brown's purpose for writing this preachers' gem is to help ministers gain some practical guidance and spiritual stimulus as fervent preachers, by going back with him into the past to visit with... More > Puritan Preaching and Preachers. He surveys those preachers who have laid more stress upon Scripture than upon ecclesiastical institutions. Such men there were even before the days of that Protestantism out of which Puritanism came. He follows the Preaching Friars of the Middle Ages, and such men as John Wickliffe and John Colet, who made Protestantism possible, before reaching Puritanism proper. He also gives some examples of more recent preachers (just before his own day) of those that carried the Puritan persuasion of experimental preaching into their own generations.< Less
Puritan Preaching in England (Brown) By John Brown
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John Brown's purpose for writing this preachers' gem is to help ministers gain some practical guidance and spiritual stimulus as fervent preachers, by going back with him into the past to visit with... More > Puritan Preaching and Preachers. He surveys those preachers who have laid more stress upon Scripture than upon ecclesiastical institutions. Such men there were even before the days of that Protestantism out of which Puritanism came. He follows the Preaching Friars of the Middle Ages, and such men as John Wickliffe and John Colet, who made Protestantism possible, before reaching Puritanism proper. He also gives some examples of more recent preachers (just before his own day) of those that carried the Puritan persuasion of experimental preaching into their own generations.< Less

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