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A Book of Remarkable Criminals By H.B. Irving
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A fascinating study of various criminals. The individual criminals whose careers are given in this book have been chosen from among their fellows for their pre-eminence in character or achievement.
OSCAR'S OBSERVATIONS & MARK'S REMARKS Volume III By Vincent Lewis
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The "dialogue" between Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde continues in Volume II. The self praising English wit of---the most quoted man in English literature outside of Shakespeare---meets his... More > literary match and deflator in the most American author ever. This book is a must read, and re-read, for anyone who appreciates Twain and/or values Wilde. It is also a perfect gift for all occasions.< Less
OSCAR'S OBSERVATIONS & MARK'S REMARKS - Volume II By Vincent Lewis
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The "dialogue" between Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde continues in Volume II. The self praising English wit of---the most quoted man in English literature outside of Shakespeare---meets his... More > literary match and deflator in the most American author ever. This book is a must read, and re-read, for anyone who appreciates Twain and/or values Wilde. It is also a perfect gift for all occasions.< Less
OSCAR'S OBSERVATIONS & MARK'S REMARKS Volume III By Vincent Lewis
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The "dialogue" between Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde continues in Volume II. The self praising English wit of---the most quoted man in English literature outside of Shakespeare---meets his... More > literary match and deflator in the most American author ever. This book is a must read, and re-read, for anyone who appreciates Twain and/or values Wilde. It is also a perfect gift for all occasions.< Less
OSCAR'S OBSERVATIONS & MARK'S REMARKS - Volume II By Vincent Lewis
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The "dialogue" between Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde continues in Volume II. The self praising English wit of---the most quoted man in English literature outside of Shakespeare---meets his... More > literary match and deflator in the most American author ever. This book is a must read, and re-read, for anyone who appreciates Twain and/or values Wilde. It is also a perfect gift for all occasions.< Less
Perils of Certain English Prisoners By Charles Dickens
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Perils of Certain English Prisoners by Charles Dickens CHAPTER I--THE ISLAND OF SILVER-STORE It was in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty- four, that I, Gill Davis to... More > command, His Mark, having then the honour to be a private in the Royal Marines, stood a-leaning over the bulwarks of the armed sloop Christopher Columbus, in the South American waters off the Mosquito shore. My lady remarks to me, before I go any further, that there is no such christian-name as Gill, and that her confident opinion is, that the name given to me in the baptism wherein I was made, &c., was Gilbert. She is certain to be right, but I never heard of it. I was a foundling child, picked up somewhere or another, and I always understood my christian-name to be Gill.< Less
Perils of Certain English Prisoners By Charles Dickens
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Perils of Certain English Prisoners by Charles Dickens CHAPTER I--THE ISLAND OF SILVER-STORE It was in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty- four, that I, Gill Davis to... More > command, His Mark, having then the honour to be a private in the Royal Marines, stood a-leaning over the bulwarks of the armed sloop Christopher Columbus, in the South American waters off the Mosquito shore. My lady remarks to me, before I go any further, that there is no such christian-name as Gill, and that her confident opinion is, that the name given to me in the baptism wherein I was made, &c., was Gilbert. She is certain to be right, but I never heard of it. I was a foundling child, picked up somewhere or another, and I always understood my christian-name to be Gill.< Less
The New English Canaan of Thomas Morton By Thomas Morton, Charles Francis Adams
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Containing an Abstract of New England. Composed in Three Books (in one volume). The first setting forth the Originall of the Natives, their Manners and Customs. Together with their tractable Nature... More > and Love towards the English. II. The Natural Indowments of the Countrie, and what Staple Commodities it yeildeth. III. What People are planted there, their Prosperity, what remarkable Accidents have happened since the first planting of it; together with their Tenents and Practise of their Church. Written by Thomas Morton, of Cliffords Inn, Gent. Upon ten Years Knowledge and Experiment of the Country.< Less
Setterly Yours: A Photographic Introduction to English Setters By Danica Barreau
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Fall In Love With The English Setter Whether you're already a fan of the breed, or want to learn a bit about the magnificently spotted English Setter, this exquisite, full-color book is certain to... More > be an outstanding addition to your library. Beautifully illustrated with photographs taken by English Setter lovers around the world, "Setterly Yours," provides an overview of this elegant dog and showcases the incredible variety within the breed. Simply written, informative text covers the English Setter's history and characteristics, but it's the stunning photographs which will make you fall in love with these remarkable dogs.< Less
English: The Prototypical World Language For The Twenty First Century By John Fraser, Ph.D.
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ABSTRACT: Global language communication has always been a topic of great interest. How and why majority languages evolved is an intriguing topic that has evolved over the centuries. Evidence has been... More > rapidly mounting that suggest that there are only a handful of spoken languages that receive more utility than that of the thousands available today. Indeed, there are a remarkable 6,912 world languages in existence today spoken in approximately 245 countries, including territories and disputed lands by over 6.7 billion people. However, for as many languages as there exist today, there are numerous languages that go unused or are only spoken by a few people and are headed for extinction.< Less