Classified Catalogue of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Volume 7

Classified Catalogue of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Volume 7

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...magazine," Sept. 1906. Hewlett, Maurice Henry. The stooping lady. Dodd. Appeared in the "Bookman," 4.24-26, Jan.-Scpt. 1907, and in the "Fortnightly review/' 7.87--88, Jan.-Dec. 1907. England in 1809 forms the background of this tale, the most modern of Mr Hewlett's stories. The heroine is a proud Irish girl who stoops to love a butcher. Heyse, Paul. Hsioa L'Arrabiata, and other tales; from the German by Mary Wilson. Tauchnitz. Olhtr tales: Count Ernest's home.--Blind.--Walter's little mother. Hicks, Mrs Beatrice Jeanie (Whitby). Ste Whitby, Beatrice Jeanie. Hilary on her own. Grundy Gg47hi Hilda Lessways. Bennett B43ghi Hill, Marion. H553P Pettison twins. McClure. Some of ihese stories appeared in "McClure's magazine," An extremely lively little girl and boy and a mother with theories are the chief characters in these stories. Hilliers, Ashton. Hs6i2a As it happened. Putnam. "Loosely knit story of action dealing with highway robbery, adventures with 1gerine pirates, and legitimate warfare by land and sea, and intended to represent the misrule of George III. at home and in the colonies. The book lacks the simplicity and finish of the author's Fanskawe of the Fifth but has literary flavor and effective character drawing and shows careful study of the period." A. L. A. booklist, 909. Hilliers, Ashton. Hs6i3f Fanshawe of the Fifth; being memoirs of a person of quality. McClure. The adventures which befell an English gentleman who cut himself loose from his family and wandered through England as a laborer. Time is about 1800. Hilliers, Ashton. Hs6i2m The master-girl; a romance. Putnam. Romance of the stone age. The heroine is an enterprising cave woman who raises...
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  • Paperback | 504 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 26mm | 889g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236499026
  • 9781236499028