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A, W. H. D.
Adams, W. A. Davenport
Adams, W. H. D.
Adams, W. H. Davenport
Adams, William H. D.
Adams, William H. Davenport
Adams, William Henry Davenport
Author of Buried Cities of Campana
Author of the Arctic world
Author of the Catacombs of Rome
Author of The Mediterranean illustrated
Clinton, Walter
Davenport Adams, W. H.
Davenport Adams, William H.
Davenport Adams, William Henry
Mediterranean illustrated, Author of the
William Henry Davenport Adams
William Henry Davenport Adams (Brits schrijver (1828-1891))
William Henry Davenport Adams (Writer, journalist)
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Giacomelli, Hector (1822-1904)
Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)
Hozier, Henri Montague
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Landrin, Armand (1844-1912)
Mangin, Arthur (1824-1887)
Michelet, Jules (1798-1874)
Nijhoff, D.C. (1838-1902)
Nijhoff, Dirk Christiaan (1838-1902)
P. G. H, [from old catalog]
Society for promoting Christian knowledge. General literature committee. [from old catalog]
The Mediterranean illustrated, Author of
Anecdotal memoirs of English princes
Arctic world, The : its plants, animals, and natural phenomena : with a historical sketch of Artic discovery down to the British Polar expedition, 1875-76
bird world described with pen and pencil, The
buried cities of Campania
catacombs of Rome: historical and descriptive, The : with a chapter on the symbolism of early christian art
Celebrated English women of the Victorian era
Celebrated Englishwomen of the Victorian era.
Celebrated women travellers of the nineteenth century.
comic poets of the nineteenth century, The : poems of wit and humour by living writers
concordance to the plays of Shakespeare, A
Curiosities of superstition, and sketches of some unrevealed religions
days of chivalry; or, How Aimery the bright-of-face became page, squire, and knight, The
desert world., The
Dictionary of English literature being a comprehensive guide to English authors and their works
Dwellers on the threshold, or, Magic and magicians [microform] : with some illustrations of human error and imposture
Earth and its treasures: a description of the metallic and mineral wealth of nature.
Earth and sea
Eastern archipelago, The : a description of the scenery, animal and vegetable life, people, and physical wonders of the islands in the Eastern seas
England at war
English party leaders and English parties.
Episodes of Anglo-Indian history : a series of chapters from the annals of British India, showing the rise and progress of our Indian Empire
Everybody's Journal of News, Literature, Art, Science and General Information. Edited by W. H. D. Adams.
Famous beauties and historic women. A gallery of croquis biographiques.
Famous caves and catacombs
Famous regiments of the British army: their origin and services. With a sketch of the rise and progress of the Military establishment of England, and brief memoirs of eminent British generals.
Famous ships of the British navy;
Farragut and other great commanders : a series of naval biographies
Franco-Prussian war, The : its causes, incidents and consequences
golden book of English song, The : containing choice selections from the principal poets of the present century
Good Queen Anne, or, men and manners, life and letters in England's Augustan age
Good samaritans; or, Biographical illustrations of the law of human kindness.
Great English churchmen; or, Famous names in English church history and literature.
Great shipwrecks : a record of perils and disasters at sea. 1544-1877 ...
healing art, or, Chapters upon medicine, diseases, remedies and physicians, The : historical, biographical and descriptive
Heroes of the Cross; or, Studies in the biography of saints, martyrs and Chritian pioneers
history, topography, and antiquities of the isle of Wight, The
hunter and the trapper in North America; or, Romantic adventures in field and forest., The
incline railway at Lookout mountain., The
India, pictorial and descriptive
land of the Incas and the City of the Sun;, The
land of the Nile; or, Egypt past and present., The
Learned in the law ... 1882?
Learned in the law: or, Examples and encouragements from the lives of eminent lawyers.
Lighthouses and Lightships a descriptive and historical account of their mode of construction and by anisation
Maid of Orleans [microform], The : and the great war of the English in France
Memorable battles in English history, where fought, why fought, and their results; with the military lives of the commanders.
men at the helm; biographical sketches of great English statesmen., The
Mount Sinai, Petra, and the desert, described and illustrated.
mysteries of the ocean., The
Nelsons' handbook to the isle of Wight
Our native land : New series : Windsor castle and the water-way thither
Pompeii and Herculaneum : their history, their destruction and their remains
Recent polar voyages a record of discovery and adventure, from the search after Franklin to the British Polar Expedition, 1875-1876.
Records of noble lives. A book of notable English biographies.
Romantic stories of our Scottish towns;
Scenes from the drama of European history
secret of success;, The
seven words from the cross., The
Some heroes of travel;
Sword and pen: or, English worthies in the reign of Elizabeth
Temples, tombs and monuments of ancient Greece and Rome ...
Triumphs of modern architecture a description of some of the celebrated edifices of modern Europe
Warriors of the Crescent [microform]
White king; or, Charles the First, and the men and women, life and manners, literature and art of England in the first half of the 17th century., The
white king, or Charles the First and the men and women, life and manners, The : literature and art of England in the first half of the 17th century
Witch, warlock, and magician : historical sketches of magic and witchcraft in England and Scotland
Woman's work and worth in girlhood, maidenhood, and wifehood.
Women of fashion...
Worthies of the Church of England: a series of biographies of priests and laymen of the Church of England.
Wrecked lives; or, Men who have failed.