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A collection of 33 short stories, some excellent, some ok, and some plain pointless. It is presented as a book of science-fiction but some of the stories are simply observations on life and not sci-fi ... Read full review
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Page 4 - A history written in the spirit of scientific precision so worthily represented by Dr. Petrie and his school cannot but promote sound and accurate study, and supply a vacant place in the English literature of Egyptology.
Page 13 - General Editor, A. ROBERTSON, DD, Principal of King's College, London. THE XXXIX. ARTICLES OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Edited with an Introduction by ECS GIBSON, DD, Vicar of Leeds, late Principal of Wells Theological College. Second and Cheaper Edition in One Volume. Demy Svo.
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