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Dear Brutus

Reproduction of the original: Dear Brutus by J.M. Barrie

Defense of the Faith and the Saints

Reproduction of the original: Defense of the Faith and the Saints by B.H. Roberts

Dick in the Desert

Reproduction of the original: Dick in the Desert by James Otis

Discourses in America

Reproduction of the original: Discourses In America by Matthew Arnold

Divided Skates

Reproduction of the original: Divided Skates by Evelyn Raymond

Doing My Bit for Ireland: A First-Hand Account of the Easter Rising

Whether by gun or words, Margaret was committed to an Ireland in which everyone was valued for their contribution, and were not discriminated against for gender or class. (from the Introduction by Kirsty Lusk). Published in the UK for the first time in this landmark Easter Rising centenary edition, with introduction and footnotes by Kirsty Lusk, Doing My Bit For Ireland is Margaret Skinnider?s eyewitness account of Dublin?s 1916 Easter Rising. The Easter Rising was a key event not just for socialists and nationalists in Ireland, but also for women and supporters of women?s suffrage. Coatbridge-born to Irish parents, schoolteacher Margaret Skinnider risked her life in armed combat for a nation that she claimed in her heart as hers despite her early life in Scotland. Despite serious gunshot wounds during battle, Margaret was later refused an army pension on the grounds that they were only to be awarded ?to soldiers as generally understood in the masculine sense?. Providing an unusual and much needed female perspective on rebellion and battle, Doing My Bit was written in the USA in the two years following the Rising, and was published only in the States before going out of print. With this edition, Skinnider?s lively and informative voice is made audible again, 100 years after she took part in the rising which led eventually to the partition of Ireland.

Donald McElroy, Scotch Irishman

Reproduction of the original: Donald McElroy, Scotch Irishman by Willie Walker Caldwell

Down the Slope

Reproduction of the original: Down the Slope by James Otis

Dramatic Romances

Reproduction of the original: Dramatic Romances by Robert Browning

Dream Days

Reproduction of the original: Dream Days by Kenneth Grahame

Eben Holden: A Tale of the North Country

"Eben Holden: A Tale of the North Country" by Irving Bacheller. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten?or yet undiscovered gems?of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Echoes of Old Lancashire

Reproduction of the original: Echoes of old Lancashire by William E.A. Axon

Eight Cousins (Annotated With Biography of Alcott and Plot Analysis)

Eight Cousins was published in 1875 and it is one of the few novels, if not the only one, where Alcott concentrates on one character. ?The protagonist of Eight Cousins is Rose Campbell. Some of Alcott?s feminist ideals come through in Eight Cousins, as they do to some degree in all her novels. ?Rose is allowed to choose clothing that is healthier and less restrictive than the typical Victorian garb for girls and women. ?Alcott also has Rose learn a skill ? albeit one that is traditional for women ? housekeeping. ?She learns how to perform domestic chores with skill and efficiency. ?Rose is transformed from a timid orphan girl to an educated competent young woman in the course of one year. ? This annotated edition includes a biography and critical essay.

Eighteenth Century Waifs

Reproduction of the original: Eighteenth Century Waifs by John Ashton

Elsie and Her Namesakes

"More stories of faith, family, and fun in the ongoing Elsie Dinsmore series"Enter the world of Elsie Dinsmore! Christian values, innocent romance, family fun, and lasting lessons have captivated generations of girls eager to follow Elsie's life from childhood to motherhood and beyond.Elsie and Her Namesakes, Book 28 Harold Travilla marries Gracie Raymond on New Year's Day. The happy couple honeymoons at Viamede, Grandmother Elsie's Louisiana plantation, and the rest of the family travels on the Dolphin to join them. Along the way, Grandmother Elsie and Captain Raymond regale the children with tales from Southern history, and Cousin Ronald entertains them with stories of his native Scotland. Lucille and Chester welcome a healthy baby boy to their family.

Elsie at Viamede

Enter the world of Elsie Dinsmore! These nineteenth-century fictional chronicles of a beautiful young heiress in the Civil War South have captivated generations of 10- to 14-year-old readers eager to follow Elsie's life from childhood to motherhood and beyond. You'll find Christian values, tender romance, family fun, and lasting lessons,refreshed for a new generation! These later books in the series include visits to historic sites in Boston, Philadelphia, New Orleans, and New York, and feature custom illustrations.Elsie at Viamede, Book 18 Grandma Elsie regains her health, and the entire family enjoys the outdoor pleasures of a warm winter. They travel north for cousin Betty's wedding and visit Max at Annapolis.

Elsie in the South

"More stories of faith, family, and fun in the ongoing Elsie Dinsmore series"Enter the world of Elsie Dinsmore! Christian values, innocent romance, family fun, and lasting lessons have captivated generations of girls eager to follow Elsie's life from childhood to motherhood and beyond.Elsie in the South, Book 24 A doctor prescribes a winter's rest in the South for Chester so he can fully recover from the injuries he incurred while protecting Lucilla. After Max's graduation from the Naval Academy, Grandmother Elsie and the Raymonds travel on the Dolphin to Florida and on to Viamede, Elsie's beloved Louisiana home. Max and Evelyn become engaged, and Bob Johnson and Sydney Dinsmore wed. When Evelyn and Lulu catch the bridal bouquet together at the wedding, the family wonders who will be the next to wed.

Elsie on the Hudson

More stories of faith, family, and fun in the ongoing Elsie Dinsmore series Enter the world of Elsie Dinsmore! Christian values, innocent romance, family fun, and lasting lessons have captivated generations of girls eager to follow Elsie's life from childhood to motherhood and beyond. Books 19-23 chronicle the adventures of Elsie's whole family.Elsie on the Hudson, Volume 23 Evelyn invites the family to join her at Crag Cottage, on the Hudson River. En route, the Travillas, Lelands, and Raymonds visit many historic sites and learn about the Revolutionary War. Meanwhile, Grandma Elsie and Annis visit relatives in Ohio. Adventure comes when the burglar whom Lulu captured escapes from prison, and seeks revenge.

Elsie’s Journey on Inland Waters

More stories of faith, family, and fun in the ongoing Elsie Dinsmore series Enter the world of Elsie Dinsmore! Christian values, innocent romance, family fun, and lasting lessons have captivated generations of girls eager to follow Elsie's life from childhood to motherhood and beyond. Books 19-23 chronicle the adventures of Elsie's whole family.Elsie's Journey on Inland Waters, Volume 21 When Cousin Raymond and Annis depart for their honeymoon, the rest of the family tour the Great Lakes onboard "The Dolphin." While they're sailing on Lake Erie, a violent storm descends, and Captain Raymond must save Lulu from being swept overboard. Through it all, the family continues to learn about trusting in God's protection during all of life's storms.

Emily of New Moon

This early work by Lucy Maud Montgomery was originally published in 1923 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. 'Emily of New Moon' is the first tale in the 'Emily Starr' series, and tells the story of an orphaned girl using her wit and courage to face the harsh world. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on 30th November 1874, New London, in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. Her mother, Clara Woolner (Macneil), died before Lucy reached the age of two and so she was raised by her maternal grandparents in a family of wealthy Scottish immigrants. In 1908 Montgomery produced her first full-length novel, titled 'Anne of Green Gables'. It was an instant success, and following it up with several sequels, Montgomery became a regular on the best-seller list and an international household name. Montgomery died in Toronto on 24th April 1942.

Enchanted Typewriter, The

Reproduction of the original: The Enchanted Typewriter by John Kendrick Bangs

Encyclopedia of Diet

Reproduction of the original: Encyclopedia of Diet by Eugene Christian

Encyclopedia of Diet

Reproduction of the original: Encyclopedia of Diet by Eugene Christian

Encyclopedia of Diet

Reproduction of the original: Encyclopedia of Diet by Eugene Christian

Encyclopedia of Diet

Reproduction of the original: Encyclopedia of Diet by Eugene Christian

Encyclopedia of Diet

Reproduction of the original: Encyclopedia of Diet by Eugene Christian

End of a Coil, The

Reproduction of the original: The End of a Coil by Susan Warner

England, Picturesque and Descriptive – a Reminiscence of Foreign Travel

Reproduction of the original: England, Picturesque and Descriptive - A Reminiscence of Foreign Travel by Joel Cook