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RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 46 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1913 edition. Excerpt: . . . stock Was graft with crab-tree slip; whose fruit thou art And never of the N evils noble race. 215 War. But that the guilt of murder bucklers thee And I should rob the deathsman of his fee, Quitting thee thereby of ten thousand shames, And that my sovereigns presence makes me mild, I would, false murdrous coward, on thy knee 220 Make thee beg pardon for thy passed speech And say it was thy mother that thou meantst, That thou thyself wast born in bastardy; And after all this fearful homage done, Give thee thy hire and send thy soul to hell, 225 Pernicious blood-sucker of sleeping men! Suf. Thou shalt be waking while I shed thy blood, If from this presence thou darst go with me. War. Away even now, or I will drag thee hence. 229 Unworthy though thou art, Ill cope with thee And do some service to Duke Humphreys ghost. Exeunt Sufiolk and Warwick. King. What stronger breastplate than a heart untainted! Thrice is he armd that hath his quarrel just, And he but naked, though lockd up in steel, Whose conscience with injustice is corrupted. 235 A noise within. Queen. What noise is this Re-enter Sufiolk and Warwick, with their weapons drawn. King. Why, how now, lords! your wrathful Weapons drawn Here in our presence! Dare you be so bold Why, what tumultuous clamour have we here Suf. The traitorous Warwick with the men of Bury 240 Set all upon me, mighty sovereign. Enter Salisbury. Sal. To the Commona. Sirs, stand apart; the King shall know your mind. Dread lord, the commons send you word by me, Unless Lord Suffolk straight be done to death, Or banished fair Englands territories, 245 They will by violence tear him from your palace And torture him with grievous. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Robert Blatchford Publishing Ltd, UK. First Edition. Softcover. Very Good Condition. Available Now. Book Description: Family History Magazine Reviews for tThe Family and Local History Handbook 13: : Your Family History magazine: `. . . Previous reviewers of issues 1 - 12 have piled praise after praise upon each volume. . . Well, number 13 will not disappoint . . . `Issue 13 is a completely new work, including previously unpublished articles. This is all material that cannot fail to prove helpful to both the beginner and experienced family or local historian.' ` . . . of a standard I would think difficult to outdo.' : Family Tree magazine: `. . . an institution in the world of family and local history' `A perfect companion' : Family History Monthly: ` . . . information and inspiration for the family and local historian.' `. . . a fabulous source of reference and hours of fascinating reading!' : Your Family Tree magazine: ` . . . the superb guide to genealogy sources' `It deserves a place on your shelf' ` . . . the essential genealogy guide' : BBC Who Do You Think You Are? magazine: ` . . . a cornucopia of up to date information . . . and research advice' --: Review: THE FAMILY AND LOCAL HISTORY HANDBOOK 13 : PREVIOUS REVIEWERS OF issues 1-12 in The Family and Local History Handbook series have piled praise after praise upon each volume: `Indispensable' says one; an `essential genealogy guide' delights another. This book `should be on the shelves of every family historian', is `a must-have guide' and a volume `to consider as an essential reference' seems to have been the opinion of most. Well, number 13 will not disappoint those who have followed the series since its inception in 1996. And it is a series, each new volume far from being an update of those that went before. : Issue 13 is a completely new work, including previously unpublished articles. This is all original material that cannot fail to prove helpful to both the beginner and experienced family or local historian. Of much help to the reviewer is the: contents page of a book, from which he or she can quote what's in store for a potential purchaser. To do this I would require much more space than is permitted. I may have missed one or two in my calculations, but I count 107 features in this book, all of which have been knowledgably written, skilfully laid out and illustrated. Tempting are they all. But the eye, while scanning the list, is drawn eagerly to `Postcards', those windows to history; `To Stand Where They Stood', in which the author explains the delights of visiting the places known to our relatives; `Getting to Know the Constables', telling how to find our law-enforcing kin, should we have one or two; while `Willie's Candles Did Not Drip' reveals every aspect of traditional candle making. The military always demands a fair section of any family history book, and this one is no exception. Twelve separate authors take us through, for example, the story of Bletchley Park and its wartime work, the delights of the RAF Museum and how to trace prisoners of war. Earlier, Martin Limon guides us through that epic encounter between the American John Paul Jones and the Royal Navy off Flamborough Head in September 1779, while Jill Groves delves into Bristol's relationship with the Admiralty regarding the case of HMS Lizard and its press gang activities. : You can `dip into' this book: all 448 pages of it. It is also a `services directory' (more than 90 pages cover societies, libraries, museums, record offices, archives, cemeteries and crematoria) of a standard I would think difficult to outdo.: RAY WESTLAKE --Your Family History magazine - June 2011: Information and inspiration : Now in its 13th year, The Family and Local History Handbook provides an eclectic mix of information and inspiration for the family and local historian. The volume brings together a miscellany of contact details, including those for libraries, record: offices and archives, museums and cemeteries, and local and family history societies. While these details can all be found online, having them together in one place is extremely convenient. And any researcher facing a brick wall or looking to flesh out their family tree will find the collection of articles valuable. : Written by experts, they cover an enormous range of topics. Kath Jones writes about the Welsh slate industry; Stephen Wade surveys sources for police ancestors; and Mark Pearsall advises on using The National Archives. All offer researchers tips on the subject and relevant records. The whole volume provides both a fabulous source of reference and hours of fascinating reading!: Paul Gaskell --Family History Monthly - June 2011: The Family and Local History Handbook 13 - This year's edition of the superb guide to genealogy sources : The publication of the latest edition of Robert Blatchford's renowned Family and Local History Handbook, which began back in 1997 as The Genealogical: Services Directory, is now a notable event in the genealogical calendar. This new, 13th edition remains as packed full of interesting material as ever, and the price has been held at a reasonable £10- impressive for 450 pages. : Officially it isn't out until May, although you may have seen copies at Who Do You Think You Are? Live in February. The original core of The Genealogical Services Directory lives on at the back, offering a useful index of family history societies, record offices, libraries, museums and other organisations. : The rest of the book consists, as ever, of many articles on all manner of subjects of interest to historians of every stripe. In all there are around 90 of them, divided into general family and local history, military history and 'digital genealogy', along with shorter dedicated sections for Welsh, Scottish and Irish research. : Once again the list of authors reads like a who's who of genealogy: familiar luminaries such as Anthony Adolph, Chris Paton, Doreen Hopwood and Joe O'Neill are all here along with many others. : The subjects discussed vary widely from the narrow - the rope-making industry of Bridport, for example- to the broad, such as South African and Caribbean family history research. A series of articles by Brian Parnaby on the impact of various disasters (the Plague and the Fire of London in the 17th century, and the 1918 influenza pandemic) is interesting, as is Karen Foy's article about researching canal ancestors.: Also of note are Jayne Shrimpton's potted guide to dating photographs and Chris Paton's discussion of social networking and genealogy but there's plenty more besides. : Once again this is a rich soup of interesting stuff to dip your spoon into-an eccentric mix of flavours, individual but nourishing! It deserves a place on your shelf. : READ IT FOR . . . . the latest edition of a genealogy classic --Your Family Tree magazine - May 2011: The Family and Local History Handbook 13: The latest issue of Robert and Elizabeth Blatchford's extremely useful Family and Local History Handbook is packed full of new information and articles, for both beginners and more experienced family historians. Since the series launched in 1996, each new Handbook has contained original and previously unpublished material. Now something of an institution in the world of family and local history, this 13th version may well prove lucky for some! Covering everything from beginning your family history to areas of specific research, the book features a breath-taking range of fascinating topics from expert authors, many of whom will be familiar to readers of Family Tree. : As well as examining military sources, from how to trace prisoners of war to handy definitions of maritime terms, there is advice on Welsh, Scottish and Irish research. The digital genealogy section takes a look at ScotlandsPeople, online census returns and more, as well as the value of social networking. In addition, the comprehensive genealogical services directory gives you more than 5,000 useful addresses and contacts at your fingertips. Consider the Handbook a dear old friend you've not met in a while, full of news and advice, and it will serve you well. A perfect companion. --Family Tree magazine - April 2011 -- : From the Publisher: The latest issue of The Family and Local History Handbook offers a host of new, original and unpublished articles commissioned by us. This new book comprehensively covers everything from beginning your family history to areas of specific research, as well as advice on using the internet, digital technology and military sources. Listings of over five thousand useful addresses and contacts are at your fingertips at all times. -- Size: 23.4 x 16.4 x 2.6 cm. 448 pages. Multiple copies available this title. Quantity Available: 2. Category: History; Other Historical Subjects; ISBN: 0953029778. ISBN/EAN: 9780953029778. Inventory No: B204-1205. . 9780953029778, Robert Blatchford Publishing Ltd, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 64 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1857 edition. Excerpt: . . . he caused the seven battalions of the standing Fenians to assemble to one place, and he went his ways to Dubhros of Ui Fhiachrach; and followed Diarmuids track to the foot of the quicken tree, and found the berries without any watch upon them, so that they all ate their fill of them. The great heat i. e. the heat of the noon day then overtook them, and Fionn said that he would stay at the foot of the quicken till that heat should be past; for I know that Diarmuid is in the top of the quicken. It is a great sign of envy1 in thee, 0 Fionn, to suppose that tlmt Diarmuid would be in ucli a place Diarniuid would abide in the top of the quicken and he knowing that thou art intent on slaying him, said Oisin. After they had made this speech Fionn asked for a chessboard to play, and he said to Oisin, I would play a game with thee upon this chess-board. They sit down at either side of the board; namely, Oisin, and Oscar, and the son of Lughaidh, and Diorruing the son of Dobhar OBaoisgne on one side, and Fionn upon the other side. Howbeit they were playing that game of chess1 with skill and exceeding cunning, and Fionn so played the game against Oisin that he had but one move alone to make, and what Fionn said was: One move there is to win thee the game, 0 Oisin, and I dare all that are by thee to shew thee that, move. Then said Diarmuid in the hearing of Grainne: I grieve that thou art thus in a strait about a move, 0 Oisin, and that I am not there to teach thee that move. It is worse for thee that thou art thyself, said Grainne, in the bed of the Searbhan Lochlannach, in the top of the quicken, with the seven battalions of the standing Fenians round about thee. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Book Jungle. Paperback. New. Paperback. 94 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 7.2in. x 0.2in.Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books. com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: GUENEVERE A little kind, and gowned wondrously, And surely it were little praise to me If I had pleased them well throughout my life. I was a queen, the daughter of a king. The crown was never heavy on my head, It was my right, and was a part of me. The women thought me proud, the men were kind, And bowed down gallantly to kiss my hand, And watched me as I passed them calmly by, Along the halls I shall not tread again. What if, to-night, I should revisit them The warders at the gates, the kitchen-maids, The very beggars would stand off from me, And I, their queen, would climb the stairs alone, Pass through the banquet-hall, a hated thing, And seek my chambers for a hiding-place, And I should find them but a sepulchre, The very rushes rotted on the floors, The fire in ashes on the freezing hearth. I was a queen, and he who loved me best Made me a woman for a night and day, And now I go unqueened forevermore. A queen should never dream on summer nights, When hovering spells are heavy in the dusk: I think no night was ever quite so still, So smoothly lit with red along the west, So deeply hushed with quiet through and through. GUENEVERE And strangely clear, and sharply dyed with light, The trees stood straight against a paling sky, With Venus burning lamp-like in the west. I walked alone among a thousand flowers, That drooped their heads and drowsed beneath the And all my thoughts were quieted to sleep. Behind me, on the walk, I heard a step I did not know my heart could tell his tread, I did not know I loved him till that hour. The garden reeled a little, I was weak, And in my breast I felt a wild, sick pain. Quickly he came behind me, caught my arms, That ached beneath his touch; and then I swayed, My head fell backward and I saw his face. All. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Book Jungle

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[EAN: 9781438523330], Neubuch, [PU: Book Jungle], SARA TEASDALE,CLASSICS,POETRY, Paperback. 94 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 7.2in. x 0.2in.Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books. com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: GUENEVERE A little kind, and gowned wondrously, And surely it were little praise to me If I had pleased them well throughout my life. I was a queen, the daughter of a king. The crown was never heavy on my head, It was my right, and was a part of me. The women thought me proud, the men were kind, And bowed down gallantly to kiss my hand, And watched me as I passed them calmly by, Along the halls I shall not tread again. What if, to-night, I should revisit them The warders at the gates, the kitchen-maids, The very beggars would stand off from me, And I, their queen, would climb the stairs alone, Pass through the banquet-hall, a hated thing, And seek my chambers for a hiding-place, And I should find them but a sepulchre, The very rushes rotted on the floors, The fire in ashes on the freezing hearth. I was a queen, and he who loved me best Made me a woman for a night and day, And now I go unqueened forevermore. A queen should never dream on summer nights, When hovering spells are heavy in the dusk: I think no night was ever quite so still, So smoothly lit with red along the west, So deeply hushed with quiet through and through. GUENEVERE And strangely clear, and sharply dyed with light, The trees stood straight against a paling sky, With Venus burning lamp-like in the west. I walked alone among a thousand flowers, That drooped their heads and drowsed beneath the And all my thoughts were quieted to sleep. Behind me, on the walk, I heard a step I did not know my heart could tell his tread, I did not know I loved him till that hour. The garden reeled a little, I was weak, And in my breast I felt a wild, sick pain. Quickly he came behind me, caught my arms, That ached beneath his touch; and then I swayed, My head fell backward and I saw his face. All. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Book Jungle. Paperback. New. Paperback. 94 pages. Dimensions: 9.1in. x 7.2in. x 0.2in.Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books. com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: GUENEVERE A little kind, and gowned wondrously, And surely it were little praise to me If I had pleased them well throughout my life. I was a queen, the daughter of a king. The crown was never heavy on my head, It was my right, and was a part of me. The women thought me proud, the men were kind, And bowed down gallantly to kiss my hand, And watched me as I passed them calmly by, Along the halls I shall not tread again. What if, to-night, I should revisit them The warders at the gates, the kitchen-maids, The very beggars would stand off from me, And I, their queen, would climb the stairs alone, Pass through the banquet-hall, a hated thing, And seek my chambers for a hiding-place, And I should find them but a sepulchre, The very rushes rotted on the floors, The fire in ashes on the freezing hearth. I was a queen, and he who loved me best Made me a woman for a night and day, And now I go unqueened forevermore. A queen should never dream on summer nights, When hovering spells are heavy in the dusk: I think no night was ever quite so still, So smoothly lit with red along the west, So deeply hushed with quiet through and through. GUENEVERE And strangely clear, and sharply dyed with light, The trees stood straight against a paling sky, With Venus burning lamp-like in the west. I walked alone among a thousand flowers, That drooped their heads and drowsed beneath the And all my thoughts were quieted to sleep. Behind me, on the walk, I heard a step I did not know my heart could tell his tread, I did not know I loved him till that hour. The garden reeled a little, I was weak, And in my breast I felt a wild, sick pain. Quickly he came behind me, caught my arms, That ached beneath his touch; and then I swayed, My head fell backward and I saw his face. All. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Book Jungle

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Sara Teasdale (1884-1933) was an American lyrical poet. Teasdale's major themes were love, nature's beauty, and death, and her poems were much loved during the early 20th century. She won the annual prize of the Poetry Society of America for her volume, Love Songs. Her style and lyricism are well illustrated in her poem, Spring Night (1915), from that collection. She was influenced by the British poet Christina Rossetti. Teasdale was very much a product of her Victorian upbringing and was never able to experience in life the passion that she expressed in her poetry. A common urban legend surrounds Teasdale's 1933 suicide claims that her poem, I Shall Not Care was penned as a suicide note to a former lover. However, the poem was actually first published in her 1915 collection Rivers to the Sea, a full 18 years before her suicide. Her last collection of verse, Strange Victory, was published posthumously in 1933. Amongst her other works are Helen of Troy and Other Poems (1911), Love Songs (1917), Vignettes of Italy (1919) and Flame and Shadow (1920). Helen of Troy and Other Poems Teasdale, Sara, Book Jungle

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781438523330
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1438523335
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: AUTHORHOUSE
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Sprache: eng/Englisch

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