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A Boy's Vacation Abroad, 1906: An American Boy's Diary of His First Trip to ...
C. F. King
No preview available - 2015
A Boy's Vacation Abroad: An American Boy's Diary of His First Trip to Europe
Cardenio Flournoy King
No preview available - 2015
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Page 173 - HIGHLAND MARY By CLAYTON MACKENZIE LEGGE The Sweetest Story Ever Told Re-Told in a New Way A novel of more than ordinary interest, portraying many important characters and telling for the first time in fiction the sweet love story of "Bobby Burns
Page 169 - A ROMANCE OF THE MOHAWK VALLEY IN THE DAYS OF THE REVOLUTION C. The picturesque valley of the Mohawk River — one of the tributary streams of the mighty Hudson- — -was the theatre of some of the most exciting incidents of the American Revolution. C. It was settled by a mixture of Dutch, English and Irish and was the very border land of the Briton's most terrible ally — the Indian. C. In this fruitful region Mr. Ray has located the principal scenes of his romance and the only wonder is that no...
Page 165 - STANLEY'S African Books. Including the first published description of the MIDWAY ISLANDS, the strangest land belonging to this country C, An unusual chat with LILIUOKALANI. C. A remarkable interview with AGUINALDO. C. Exciting scenes in Canton, Singapore, Ceylon, Arabia, Egypt. C. Photographs of VESUVIUS IN ACTION. TEEMING WITH LIFE AND ACTION SUCCESSFUL BOOKS ISSUED BY THE CM CLARK PUBLISHING Co.
Page 165 - In the Shoe String Country" AROUND THE WORLD IN NINETY DAYS 350 ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PHOTOS TAKEN BY THE AUTHOR. PRICE $3.50 NET No such book of travel has been issued since STANLEY'S African Books. Including the first published description of the MIDWAY ISLANDS, the strangest land belonging to this country C, An unusual chat with LILIUOKALANI. C. A remarkable interview with AGUINALDO. C. Exciting scenes in Canton, Singapore, Ceylon...
Page 167 - The Lieutenant The Girl and The Viceroy By MARSHALL PUTNAfl THOMPSON The Story of an American Lieutenant, a Patriotic Beauty and a Spanish Viceroy in South America F you would read a romance, founded on South American and American history, a romance that will stir your blood and hold your attention from the moment you begin until you have read the last page, by all means read " The Lieutenant, The Girl and The Viceroy.
Page 119 - Constantinople (Stamboul), the capital of the Turkish empire, is situated on the European side of the strait called the Bosphorus, which connects the sea of Marmora with the Black Sea. Including the suburbs, it has 900,000 inhabitants; composed of Turks, Arabians, Greeks, Armenians, Europeans, and Jews. The city stands on a sloping promontory of triangular shape, having one side towards the south, resting on the Sea of Marmora; a second facing the northeast, which...
Page 171 - ... state soon after the close of the Civil war. The "Belle" is one of the sweetest, most lovable characters in modern fiction, and her little love story cannot but interest everyone. The reader fairly scents the waving grass, the fragrant flowers of old Kentucky. Bound in Cloth and Beautifully Illustrated with Photogravure and Frontispiece in Colon Price $1.50 AT ALL BOOKSELLERS OR SENT PREPAID ВТ The С.
Page 171 - This is a bit of real literature that should be in every library. It is a story of strong heart-interest with scenes laid in the picturesque state of Kentucky. It depicts, as no previous novel does, people and places in the famous "Blue Grass" state soon after the close of the Civil war. The "Belle...