A Poetical Cook Book

With these few words I dedicate this book to the Sanitary Fair to be held in Philadelphia, June, 1864. "

Author: Maria J. Moss

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ISBN: 1409919153

Category: Cooking

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"When I wrote the following pages, some years back at Oak Lodge, as a pastime, I did not think it would be of service to my fellow-creatures, for our suffering soldiers, the sick, wounded, and needy, who have so nobly fought our country's cause, to maintain the flag of our great Republic, and to prove among Nations that a Free Republic is not a myth. With these few words I dedicate this book to the Sanitary Fair to be held in Philadelphia, June, 1864. "

Old Cookery Books and Ancient Cuisine

He was the chief editor of the 1871 edition of Warton's History of English Poetry, and compiled the Catalogue of the Huth Library (1880).

Author: W. Carew Hazlitt

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ISBN: 1406544205

Category: Cooking

Page: 144

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William Carew Hazlitt, (1834-1913) English bibliographer, was the grandson of William Hazlitt. He was educated at the Merchant Taylors' School and was called to the bar of the Inner Temple in 1861. Among his many publications may be noted his invaluable Handbook to the Popular, Poetical and Dramatic Literature of Great Britain, from the Invention of Printing to the Restoration (1867), supplemented in 1876, 1882, 1887 and 1889, a General Index by JG Gray appearing in 1893. He published further contributions to the subject in Bibliographical Collections and Notes on Early English Literature made during the years 1893- 1903 (1903), and a Manual for the Collector and Amateur of Old English Plays ... (1892). He was the chief editor of the 1871 edition of Warton's History of English Poetry, and compiled the Catalogue of the Huth Library (1880).

Macready Booth Terry Irving

Cook (see note 7) provides many citations of important works in the field. ... Memories of a Hostess: A Chronicle of Eminent Friendships Drawn Chiefly from the Diaries of Mrs. james T Fields (Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1922), p.

Author: Richard Schoch

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 9781441181367

Category: Literary Criticism

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A comprehensive critical analysis of the most important Shakespearean critics, editors, actors and directors. This volume focuses on Shakespeare's reception by figures in Victorian theatre.

Great Shakespeareans Set I

Cook (see note 7) provides many citations of important works in the field. Mark Antony De Wolfe How, ed., Memories of a ... 2 Ellen Terry, The Story of My Life (n.p.: Dodo Press reprint, n.d.; 1908), p. 45. 3 Terry, Story, p. 69.

Author: Peter Holland

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781441124036

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 224

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Great Shakespeareans offers a systematic account of those figures who have had the greatest influence on the interpretation, understanding and cultural reception of Shakespeare, both nationally and internationally. This major project offers an unprecedented scholarly analysis of the contribution made by the most important Shakespearean critics, editors, actors and directors as well as novelists, poets, composers, and thinkers from the seventeenth to the twentieth century. Great Shakespeareans will be an essential resource for students and scholars in Shakespeare studies.

The Victorian Art School

24 John Ruskin, The Works of John Ruskin, ed. by Edward Tyas Cook and Alexander D. O. Wedderburn, Library Edition (London: George Allen; Longmans, Green, ... 27 Thomas Carlyle, Past and Present (Gloucester: Dodo Press, 2007), p. 3.

Author: Ranald Lawrence

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000169607

Category: Architecture

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The Victorian Art School documents the history of the art school in the nineteenth century, from its origins in South Kensington to its proliferation through the major industrial centres of Britain. Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Glasgow School of Art, together with earlier examples in Manchester and Birmingham demonstrate an unprecedented concern for the provision of plentiful light and air amidst the pollution of the Victorian city. As theories of design education and local governance converged, they also reveal the struggle of the provincial city for cultural independence from the capital. Examining innovations in the use of new technologies and approaches in the design of these buildings, The Victorian Art School offers a unique and explicitly environmental reading of the Victorian city. It examines how art schools complemented civic ‘Improvement’ programmes, their contribution to the evolution of art pedagogy, the tensions that arose between the provincial schools and the capital, and the role they would play in reimagining the relationship between art and public life in a rapidly transforming society. The architects of these buildings synthesised the potential of art with the perfection of the internal environment, indelibly shaping the future cultural life of Britain.

Travel and the Pan African Imagination

See American Colonization Society, “Specimen of Liberian Poetry,” African Repository, and Colonial Journal, Volume 19 (June ... The Negro (Gloucester, United Kingdom: Dodo Press, 2006; New York, New York: Holt, 1915), 16 and 154n8.

Author: Tracy Keith Flemming

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781498582551

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"This book explores the African Atlantic world as a productive theater or space where modernity, racialized dominance, and racialized resistance took form. The book examines Black Power ideology, Pan Africanism, dilemmas facing the racialized imagination of African world community figures, and the discipline of Africology"--

The Discovery of New Worlds

Her works include: Cook's Voyages (1892), The Story of Scotland (1896), A Child of the Mews (1897), A Book of Scottish Poetry (edited) (1897), Brave Men and Brave Deeds (1898), A Helping Hand (1898), Life of Gladstone (1899), The Queen's ...

Author: M. B. Synge

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ISBN: 1409933458

Category: History

Page: 172

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Margaret Bertha Synge (1861-1939) was a British author of books for children at the end of the nineteenthand beginning of the twentieth-century. Her works include: Cook's Voyages (1892), The Story of Scotland (1896), A Child of the Mews (1897), A Book of Scottish Poetry (edited) (1897), Brave Men and Brave Deeds (1898), A Helping Hand (1898), Life of Gladstone (1899), The Queen's Namesake (1899), Life of General Charles Gordon (1900), The Story of the World for the Children of the British Empire (5 vols., 1903), The Struggle for Sea Power (1903), The Awakening of Europe (1903), The World's Childhood: Stories of the Fairies Simply Told (2 vols., 1905), A Short History of Social Life in England (1906), Molly (1907), Martha Wren: A Story of Faithful Service (1908), The Great Victorian Age for Children (1908), Great Englishwomen (1911), A Book of Discovery (1912), Simple Garments for Children (1913), Simple Garments for Infants (1914), The Reign of Queen Victoria (1916) and The Story of the World at War (1926).

The Nation

469 Trent , W. P. Bibliophile ( Pittis ) .693 , 722 Bacheller , I. The Marryers 603 Cook , E. Life of Florence Nightingale 36 ... Poetry 542 Coulter , J. G. 686 University and the yardstick Barrall , M. L. Around the World Cook Book .

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ISBN: PSU:000068744458

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Brave Men and Brave Deeds

Her works include: Cook's Voyages (1892), The Story of Scotland (1896), A Child of the Mews (1897), A Book of Scottish Poetry (edited) (1897), Brave Men and Brave Deeds (1898), A Helping Hand (1898), Life of Gladstone (1899), The Queen's ...

Author: M. B. Synge

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ISBN: 1409933466

Category: History

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Margaret Bertha Synge (1861-1939) was a British author of books for children at the end of the nineteenthand beginning of the twentieth-century. Her works include: Cook's Voyages (1892), The Story of Scotland (1896), A Child of the Mews (1897), A Book of Scottish Poetry (edited) (1897), Brave Men and Brave Deeds (1898), A Helping Hand (1898), Life of Gladstone (1899), The Queen's Namesake (1899), Life of General Charles Gordon (1900), The Story of the World for the Children of the British Empire (5 vols., 1903), The Struggle for Sea Power (1903), The Awakening of Europe (1903), The World's Childhood: Stories of the Fairies Simply Told (2 vols., 1905), A Short History of Social Life in England (1906), Molly (1907), Martha Wren: A Story of Faithful Service (1908), The Great Victorian Age for Children (1908), Great Englishwomen (1911), A Book of Discovery (1912), Simple Garments for Children (1913), Simple Garments for Infants (1914), The Reign of Queen Victoria (1916) and The Story of the World at War (1926).