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ctors and Actresses:
Cook (D.) Hours with the players
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Edwards (H. S.) Idols of the French stage L 1084 Boys of Westonbury...
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Mystery of Beechey Grange F 47
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Boy cavaliers [Civil war.
School and university
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Who was Philip?
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Fitzgerald (P.) The actors: their lives, tastes, and accomplishments. In his
World behind the scenes
Galt (J.) Lives of the players
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Marston (W.) Our recent actors : recollec-
NOTE. A biographical dictionary of actors and actresses living in 1879, with a record of their chief performances,
Adams (H. G.) Beautiful butterflies; with
the history of a butterfly Adams (Henry) John Randolph
Adams (Henry, Prof.) Building construction H 1046
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Russell (W. C.) Representative actors L 1098, L 1099 Arranged chronologically and dating from 1530-1830. ALSO LOOK UNDER THE NAMES OF ACTORS AND ACTRESSES; ax Bancroft (Mr. and Mrs.); Irving (Sir H.); Macready (William C.); Martin (Lady); Siddons (Mrs. S) etual Africa [Tour in 1891-94]. By Vincent (F.) ... eworth (W. M.) Railways and the traders: a sketch of the railway rates question in theory and practice
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dam and the adamite; or, the harmony of scripture and ethnology. By M'Causland *(D.)
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alam Bede By Eliot (George)
NOTE. Warwickshire life and manners, 1st half, 19th cent.
alam Blair. By Lockhart (J. G.) dam Graeme. By Oliphant (Mrs.) alam Grainger. By Wood (Mrs. H.)
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Adams (Samuel) :—
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On board the “Rocket" F
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Hosmer (J. K., Prof.) Samuel Adams
epigrams with notes and notices of the
F 9136, F 9137, F 9138 F $152 dam Hepburn's vow. By Swan (A. S.) dam Johnstone's son. By Crawford (F. M.) F 2076, F 2077 damantia: the truth about the South African ... M 2480 diamond fields. By Lindley (A. F.) amless Eden: comic opera. By Slaughter (W. A.). Vocal score
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Battle stories from British and European history
Child-life and girlhood of remarkable women
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dams (Brooks) Law of civilization and decay an essay on history
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dams (Chas. K., LL.D.) Christopher Columbus L 802
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Queen of the adriatic; or, Venice past and present [to 1797]
dventures of an aide-de-camp. By Grant (J.)
CONTENTS-Prometheus chained. Seven against Thebes.
...F8015, F 8016-Tragediæ. [Text-Oxford Classics]
F 3421, F 3422 dventures of an engineer. By Chesney (W.) F 1711 dventures of Captain Bonneville. By Irving (W.)... dventures of Captain Horn. By Stockton (F. R.) FOR CONTINUATION. READ "Mrs. Cliff's Yacht," F 8037 dventures of Captain Kettle. By Hyne (C.) F 4598 dventures of Captain Mago. By Cahun (L.) F 1500 dventures of Denis. By Bramston (M.)... F 1291 dventures of Gil Blas. By Le Sage (A. R.) F 5230 dventures of Harry Richmond. By Meredith (G.) ...F 5994, F 5995 dventures of John Johns. By Carrel (F.) F 1645 dventures of Jones. By Carruth (H.) F1647, F 1648 dventures of Louis de Rougemont, told by himself... F 7324 dventures of Mr. Ledbury. By Smith (A.) F 7830 dventures of Mr.Verdant Green. By Bede(C.) F 772 dventures of Philip. By Thackeray (W. M.) F 8243, F 8244, F 8245 dventures of Prince Almero [Fairy tale]. By Pickering (W.) ... dventures of Princess Sylvia. By Williamson (Mrs. C. N.)
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Chesneau (E.) Education of the artist; transl. by Bell Dyer (T. H., LL.D.) On imitative art: its principles and progress; with preliminary remarks on beauty, sublimity, and taste NOTE-Aims to discover how far a painting or a piece of sculpture fulfils its end by striking and satisfying the imagination.
Haweis (Mrs. H. R.) Art of decoration ... J Hegel (G. W. F.) Introduction to Hegel's philosophy of fine art; transl. with notes by Bosanquet Holmes-Forbes (A. W.) Science of beauty: an inquiry into the laws of beauty, ugliness, sublimity, and meanness ... J Knight (W., Prof.) Philosophy of the
beautiful. NOTE Besides presenting a historical sketch of past opinions and tendency on the subject of the beautiful, Professor Knight shows how these philosophical theories have been evolved, how they have been the outcome of social as well as of intellectual causes, and have often been the product of obscure phenomena of the life of a nation.
La Sizeranne (R. de) Ruskin and the religion of beauty L 960 Ruskin (J., LL.D.) Ideas of beauty. In his Modern Painters, vols. 4-5 J 299-300 Schiller (J. C. F. von) Essays, æsthetical and philosophical. In his Works, vol. 6 K 1246 Twining (H.) Esthetics considered with reference to art. In his Philosophy of J Painting Véron (E.) Esthetics; tr. by Armstrong J NOTE-Holds that art is essentially subjective, that it is a direct expression of human nature; that when a painter works on a picture he is really painting his own mind much more than the objects before him.
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661 Afar in the forest. By Kingston (W. H. G.) F 4945
Affairs of the heart. By Hunt (V.) Affinities. By Praed (Mrs. C.)
Tozer (H. F., Rev.) Islands of the Egean M NOTE.-Description of the principal islands in the Grecian Archipelago, and of the author's wanderings particularly in Lemnos, Thasos, and Samothrace in 1889. Emilius. By Crake (A. D.) ... Eneid. LOOK UNDER Virgil. eronautics :
Pettigrew (J. B.) Aeronautics.
"Animal locomotion " Tissandier (G.)
Popular scientific recre
In his G 1232, G 1233
ations ALSO LOOK UNDER Ballooning. Flying machines.
Malleson (G. B., Col.) History of Afghanistan, from the earliest period to the outbreak of the war of 1878
NOTE Three parts of the book is devoted to the history of the Afghans down to the ascendency of the Barukzyes, The author then proceeds to deal with the British invasion in 1838, the policy of abstention after their retirement in 1812, and the Russian and English policy in Central Asia to 1878.
Yate (C. E., Major) Northern Afghanistan ; or, letters from the Afghan boundary commission
NOTE Describe the sojourn of the commission around Herat, the settlement of the Frontier question, and various points of interest connected with it during the years 1885-88. Wars-1839-42, and 1878-80.
Adye (Sir J., General) Recollections of a
Forbes (A., LL.D.) Afghan wars, 1839-42, and 1878-80 Gleig (G. R., Rev.) Sale's brigade in Afghanistan with an account of the seizure and defence of Jellalabad, 1839-42 M 2363 Contains a preliminary sketch of Afghanistan, its geography, climate, and history.
Hensman (H.) Afghan war of 1879-80 ... M 2364 Narrative of the capture of Cabul, the siege of Sherpur, the battle of Ahmed Khel, the brilliant march to Candahar, and the defeat of Ayub Khan, with the operations on the Helmund and the settlement with Abdur Rahman Khan.
... M 2365
Kaye (J. W.) History of the war in
Low (C. R., Lieut.)
Afghan war, 1838-42, from the journal and correspondence of Major-General Augustus Abbott
Male (A., Rev.) Scenes through the battle smoke
NOTE Experiences in the Afghan war, and the first Egyptian campaign, the taking of the Fort Ali Musjid, the final conflict at Tel-el-Kebir, and the battle of Futtehabad.
Roberts (Lord) Forty-one years in India [1852-1893]
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Afield and afloat. By Stockton (F.R.)
FOR CONTINUATION, READ "Miles Wallingford."
Afloat at last. By Hutcheson (J. C.)... Afloat in the forest. By Reid (M.) Africa General:
Descriptive and Travel.
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Bompiani (S.) Italian explorers in Africa M 891
NOTE Sketches of the achievements of Miaui, Piaggia, Gessi, Matteucci and others, forming a connected account of Italian exploration in Africa.
Boyle (F.) Camp notes: stories of sport and adventure
Eden (C. H.) Africa, seen through its explorers History of exploration in Africa; with a history of the country.
Junker (W.) Travels in Africa, 1875-86. 3 v. M 896-8
Leveson (H. A., The Old Shekarry, pseud.)
J1233, J 1234
CONTENTS Cape of Good Hope. Rhodesia. analand. Transvaal. Natal. Zululand. Briton. Boer and Black. Native races and their polity. Natives under British rule. Gold era. British Central Africa. Protectorate of Zanzibar. East Africa Protectorate. Uganda. What England has done for Egypt. District of the Niger. Our West African colonies. Life in West Africa. Mauritius. ... M Heawood (E.) Geography of Africa Hughes (W., Prof.), and Williams (J. F.) Geography of Africa
Physical, political, and commercial. Also contained in the "Advanced class book of modern geography" M93. Johnston (Sir H. H.) History of the colonization of Africa by alien races
NOTE-Deals with the subject from the earliest times. Written from the modern Imperialist point of view and generally speaks very kindly of the foreign rivals of Great Britain, though occasionally severe in his judgments upon them, as well as upon some of our state-men. and the Foreign Office. In dealing with South Africa he deplores the exclusion of the Boers from the territory acquired in 1831 beyond the Great Fish River, the introduction of the English language into all courts of justice. the liberation of slaves without compensation to owners, and the incessant attacks made upon the Boers by English missionaries.
Keane (A. H.) Africa. 2 v.
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NOTE -Expedition of Ismail to Central Africa in 1860-73. for the suppression of the slave trade, and for the annexation of territory to Egypt.
Barth (H., D.C.L.) Travels and discoveries in North and Central Africa [in 1852-55] M S Drummond (H., Prof.) Tropical Africa... M 9
NOTE Describes the region traversed by Livingstone, to Lake Nyassa. Touches upon the possibility of developing the trade of Central Africa, and gives an account of the white ant.
Foa (E.) After big game in Central Africa M99) Records of a sportsman from August, 1894, to November, 1897, when crossing the dark continent from the mouth of the Zambesi to the French Congo.
Geddie (J.) The lake regions of Central
Africa: a record of modern discovery... M S NOTE Contains an account of the scenery and inhabitants of the upper part of the Nile, the Congo, and the Zambesi rivers.
Hinde (S.L.) Fall of the Congo Arabs
NOTE Gives an account of the founding of the Central African Mission on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, of the caravan route from Zanzibar through German East Africa to Ujiji, and of the exploration there and the intercourse opened up with the various tribes dwelling upon the shores of the lake.
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Johnston (H. H.) Livingstone and the exploration of Central Africa Livingstone (D., LL.D.) Last journals in Central Africa, from 1865 to his death; continued by a narrative of his last moments and sufferings, by Waller. 2 v. M 993 NOTE - Account of the Doctor's seven years wandering, I866-73, describing the features of the Central Lake region. His journey was to Lake Nyassa thence to Tanganyika. After a stay at Lake Moerò he visited Lake Bangweolo and returned to Tanganyika and Ujiji, meeting Mr. Stanley there in 1871. Touches upon the horrors of the slave trade in Eastern Africa.
-Missionary travels and researches in South Africa; including a sketch of 16 years' residence in the interior [1840-56] M 1020
NOTE Records of travel in the heart of South Africa, from the Cape of Good Hope to Loanda, then across the continent and down the Zambesi, and descriptions of the inhabitants, as well as of the physical geography, and of the flora and fauna of the country.
Lloyd (A. B.) In dwarf land and cannibal country: record of travel and discovery in Central Africa...
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NOTE Account of the Author's mission work in Uganda and the surrounding country. Describes his journey from Zanzibar over the Uganda Protectorate and thence through the Congo forest of the Pygmies and cannibals on his way to the Congo and the West Coast in 1894.
Moloney (J. A.) With Captain Stairs to Katanga
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NOTE Account of Captain Stairs' Expedition to Kalangaland at the head of the Congo in 1891-2, the object being to secure it for the Congo Free State before the British pioneers from South Africa could lay hands on it. Points out that a railway from the East Coast through German East Africa could only end in commercial failure. Park (M.) Travels in the interior districts of
Africa [1795-7, and in 1805]; with life M 900 Rankin (D.J.)Zambesi basin and Nyassaland M 999| NOTE - Travel by land and river in Central Africa in 1883-4. Touches upon the habits and customs of the natives, Portuguese, and Arabs, and the defects of administration.
Schweinfurth (G., DR.) Heart of Africa. 2 v. M 902
NOTE Account of an expedition to explore the region round the basin of the Nile, where the author discovered a tribe of Pygmies in Central Africa. The journey lasted from July 1868 to Nov. 1871.
Speke (J. H., Capt.) Journal of the discovery of the source of the Nile NOTE--Description of the country between Zanzibar and Victoria Nyanza, in which the author discovers the source of the Nile, with an account of his journey to Uganda, Karague, and Unyow in 1859-43.
Ward (H.) Five years with the Congo cannibals [1884-89]
... M 1001
NOTE--Sketches the various Congo tribes and touches upon the Emin Pasha expedition, in which the author served as messenger and transport manager. ALSO LOOK UNDER Nyssaland.
Mombasa on the south; the lands along the lower courses of the rivers Tana and Sabaki and the island of Pemba. He also journeyed through the northern half of Zanzibar island.
French-Sheldon (M.) Sultan to Sultan ... M 978
NOTE An American lady's march from Zanzibar, and adventures in East Africa in 1891, visiting the various African sultans.
Gregory (J. W., D.Sc.) Great Rift valley ... M 1039 Narrative of a journey from Mombasa through the Masai country to Mount Kenya and Lake Baringo in 1892-3; with some account of the geology, natural history, anthropology, and future prospects of British East Africa. Keller (C., Prof.) Madagascar, Mauritius,
and the other East African islands, 1901 M 1059 NOTE Mainly devoted to Madagascar and the smaller islands near it,but deals with the Mascarenes, Seychelles, Aldabra, the Crozets, and Kerguelen. Deals with the history, politics, physical geography, geology, climate, fauna and flora, population, produce and commerce and colonization.
Ashe (R. P., Rev.) Two kings of Uganda;
or, life by the shores of Victoria Nyanza M NOTE Account of a six years' sojourn in Eastern Equatorial Africa, 1882-88. Gives an interesting account of the character and caprices of the two kings Mtesa and Mwanga, and the difficulties, privations, and perils of the missionaries whose lives were at the mercy of these barbaric rulers. A continuous narrative of the chief events which led up to Uganda becoming an English protectorate. Casati (G., Major) Ten years in Equatoria [1880-9], and the return with Emin Pasha M 987 NOTE Account of a sojourn on the Upper Nile, and of Emin, whom the author first joined in 1883. Does not altogether agree with the harsh criticism passed by others on Emin Pasha. Contains information as to the tribes of Equatoria, and disagrees with Mr. Jephson's book as to the causes and the conduct of the mutiny, pointing out that Mr.Jephson was somewhat to blame in urging Emin to deal severely with the mutineers. Remarks that Mr. Stanley indulged his want of consideration towards Emin.
Du Chaillu (P. B.) Adventures in the great forest of Equatorial Africa and the country of the dwarfs
NOTE Account of four years' sojourn, 1856-9, in that portion of Western Equatorial Africa which is now as the French Congo, and of his life among the annibals. He describes the manners and customs of the people with whom he came in contact. The chief interest of his narrative centres in the gorilla, the peculiar habits of which is described. He points out that the frame of the gorilla is more human than that of any other ape. -Wild life under the Equator
NOTE Stories about the wild tribes of men and the beasts of the forest.
Emin Pasha in Central Africa; letters: edited
by Schweinfurth, and others NOTE--Story of Emin's residence in the regions of the Upper Nile as governor; of his scientific travels over the whole of the province; of his visits to Uganda and the Albert Nyanza; with the natural history of the country and an account of the state of civilization there.