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All items so far listed in this collection (2,890)
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T.B. Lamburn, ‘A trip round South America’ in A tour through Mexico [etc.]
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90002
‘F.W.F.’, A visit to western Norway (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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90005
‘J.M.S.’, Ceylon (London: York & Son, 1893)
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90006
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90007
J.W. McCall, The highlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90008
A holiday in Devonshire (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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90009
Boer War of 1900: chapter I – the Boer invasion (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1900)
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90010
Granada and the Alhambra (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, c.1889)
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90011
‘Lynde Palmer’ (arr. Thomas E. Hallsworth), Little Jamie: a service of sacred song (London and Manchester: S.W. Partridge & Co., Onward Publishing Office and John Heywood, n.d.)
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90013
The all red route round the world (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1913)
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90014
Round about London (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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90015
Berita Barnett, ‘A concise description of the western Riviera: Nice to Genoa’ in A concise description of the western Riviera [etc.]
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90017
‘The western Tyrol’ in A concise description of the western Riviera [etc.]
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90018
A week in Venice (London: Wrench & Son, c.1893)
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90019
James Comper Gray, Central Africa (London: York & Son, c.1876)
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90020
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90021
Dick Whittington and his cat (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90022
The Engadine, Switzerland (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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90023
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90024
Hop-picking in Kent: [and other titles] (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90025
Wanderings in Paris (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90026
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90028
The county of Sussex (London: Wrench & Son, c.1905)
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90029
Royal Naval Exhibition, London, 1891 (London: York & Son, 1891)
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90030
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90032
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90033
I.H. Jennings, Mines and mining (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90034
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90036
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90038
The conquest of the air: chapter I – balloons (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1910)
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90039
Cinderella (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90040
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90043
Temperance entertainments (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90046
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90048
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90049
W.A. Eaton, A little mistake (London: W.A. Eaton, G.H. Graham, M. Southwell and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., n.d.)
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90053
‘Temperance entertainment: no. II’ in Temperance entertainments
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90054
‘Temperance entertainment: no. III’ in Temperance entertainments
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90055
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90056
Short lantern readings: no. 35 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1904)
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90057
‘Temperance entertainment: no. I’ in Temperance entertainments
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90058
‘Cinderella’ in several compilations
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90059
Glimpses of the celestial empire (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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90060
The St Gothard railway: via railway and pass (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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90061
The east coast: from Thames to Tweed (London: Wrench & Son, c.1896)
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90062
James Tipton (arranger), Biddy: a service of sacred song (London and Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)
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90064
Hope on (London: W. Rider & Co., n.d.)
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90065
Mark Guy Pearse, John Tregenoweth: his mark (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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90066
‘M.E.L.’, Flossie's little shoes: a temperance story (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, 1893)
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90069
A terrible Christmas Eve: [and other titles] (London: Chatham Pexton, 1894)
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90070
‘A terrible Christmas Eve’ in A terrible Christmas Eve [etc.] (1894)
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90071
‘Child of the toystall: or, Tom Fowler's little friend’ in A terrible Christmas Eve [etc.] (1894)
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90072
‘Tom Atkins's armour’ in A terrible Christmas Eve [etc.] (1894)
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90073
‘A friend in need is a friend indeed’ in A terrible Christmas Eve [etc.] (1894)
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90074
Isabel Reaney (arr. E. Fordham), Found at last (London: A. Weekes & Co., n.d.)
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90076
M.B. Moorhouse, Short lantern readings: no. 19 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1894)
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90078
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Curing a drunkard’ in Short lantern readings 19 (1894)
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90080
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Not angelic’ in Short lantern readings 19 (1894)
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90081
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Water is good enough!’ in Short lantern readings 19 (1894)
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90082
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘The bronze statue: a ghost story’ in Short lantern readings 19 (1894)
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90083
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘The tiger's temper’ in Short lantern readings 19 (1894)
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90085
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘The streamlet's winter song’ in Short lantern readings 19 (1894)
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90086
Beware!: or, the effects of gambling (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1867)
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90088
‘W. Rye Leigh’, Niggardly Ned (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1914)
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90089
M.A. Paull, Nimble Nat (London and Manchester: S.W. Partridge & Co., Onward Publishing Office and John Heywood, n.d.)
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90090
C. King Proctor, ‘The coming of the king’ in Short lantern readings 35 (1904)
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90091
C. King Proctor, ‘A bunch of snowdrops’ in Short lantern readings 35 (1904)
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90092
C. King Proctor, ‘The bells of Christmas Eve’ in Short lantern readings 35 (1904)
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90093
C. King Proctor, ‘The blind collier's child’ in Short lantern readings 35 (1904)
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90094
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Getting 'a-gate'’ in Short lantern readings 35 (1904)
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90095
‘The fate of young Chubb’ in Short lantern readings 35 (1904)
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90096
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90097
Algeria and Tunis (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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90102
John S. Bond, Modern New York (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90103
Louise S. Upham, ‘I have drunk my last glass’ (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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90104
George R. Sims, ‘Ostler Joe’ in several compilations
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90105
George R. Sims, ‘A man hunt’ in The Dagonet reciter (1888)
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90106
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90107
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90108
George R. Sims, ‘A Christmas story’ in The ballads of Babylon (1880)
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90109
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90110
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90111
George R. Sims, ‘Billy's rose’ in several compilations
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90112
George R. Sims, ‘The old actor's story’ in The land of gold and other poems (1888)
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90113
George R. Sims, ‘The land of gold’ in The land of gold and other poems (1888)
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90114
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90115
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90116
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90117
George R. Sims, ‘The magic wand’ in several compilations
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90118
George R. Sims, ‘The lifeboat’ in several compilations
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90119
George R. Sims, ‘In the harbour’ in several compilations
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90121
George R. Sims, ‘A bunch of primroses’ in The lifeboat and other poems (1883)
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90122
Mary Sewell, Mother's last words (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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90123
Beware!: or, the effects of gambling (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1867)
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90124
Short lantern readings: no. 30 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1900)
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90125
‘Battle pictures of the South African war’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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90126
‘Why should England fear?’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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90127
Wallace Rothsay, ‘The ringing of the bell’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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90128
‘The story of Fair Hair and the sea-gulls’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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90129
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Elopement frustrated’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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90131
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘The kite and the donkeys’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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90132
Ali-Baba: ou les quarante voleurs (Paris: E. Mazo, n.d.)
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90133
Les chiens du Mont Saint-Bernard (Paris: E. Mazo, n.d.)
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90134
Don Quichotte (Paris: E. Mazo, n.d.)
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90135
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90136
Robinson Crusoé (Paris: Édouard Cornély, c.1903)
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90137
La légende des quatre fils Aymon (Paris: Édouard Cornély, c.1903)
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90138
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90139
‘Keeping his word’ in several compilations
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90140
Nelly: the fisherman's daughter (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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90141
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 4 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1887)
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90142
Robert Craven, ‘The fool's pence’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90143
Robert Craven, ‘The ballad singer’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90144
Robert Craven, ‘The road to Heaven’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90145
Robert Craven, ‘Whip behind’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90146
Robert Craven, ‘The apple thief’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90147
Robert Craven, ‘Mr Vanity's valentine’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90148
Mark Guy Pearse, Strike while the iron's hot (London: Chas. H. Kelly, c.1896)
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90149
A. Horspool and ‘M. Piccolomini’, Ora pro nobis (London: Osborn & Tuckwood, 1889)
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90153
J.W. Kirton, Buy your own cherries (London: Richard J. James & Son and Band of Hope Review Office, c.1931)
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90154
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90155
Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), The mission of the roses (London and Brentford: John Bateman and John Burnham, 1889)
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90157
David Macrae (arr. Hugh A. Lawson), Little Tiz (Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, 1880s)
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90158
Elm farm (n.d.)
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90159
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90160
Short lantern readings: no. 29 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1900)
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90161
‘Leslie Stuart’, ‘The soldiers of the Queen’ (London: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1895)
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90162
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90164
J.J. Lane, ‘The quarryman's resolve’ in Short lantern readings 29 (1900)
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90166
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90167
Wallace Rothsay, ‘An old settler's story’ in Short lantern readings 29 (1900)
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90168
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90170
Frank Peirce and Cyril Getliffe, ‘Our gallant boys in red’ (South Wigston, Leicestershire: S. Getliffe, c.1900)
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90171
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90172
Short lantern readings: no. 28 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1899)
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90174
J.J. Lane, ‘Rags and tatters’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90175
J.J. Lane, ‘The idol of Britain’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90176
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90178
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90179
‘C.J.M.’, ‘A railway mystery’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90180
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The nigger and the turkey’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90181
‘C.J.M.’, ‘Izaak and the artful boy’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90182
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The sign writer's fall’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90183
‘C.J.M.’, ‘Uncle Jonathan and the pigs’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90184
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The influenza patient’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90185
‘Sledging extraordinary’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90186
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The robbers outwitted’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90187
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The lion and the monkey’ in Short lantern readings 28 (1899)
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90188
Short lantern readings: no. 27 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1899)
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90189
Wallace Rothsay, ‘A collier's story’ in Short lantern readings 27 (1899)
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90191
‘C.J.M.’, ‘Bobby's flirtation’ in Short lantern readings 27 (1899)
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90192
‘C.J.M.’, ‘Wet paint’ in Short lantern readings 27 (1899)
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90193
Short lantern readings: no. 26 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1898)
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90194
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The judge and his asses’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)
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90195
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The fat pig’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)
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90196
‘C.J.M.’, ‘The sleepy brewers and the tramps’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)
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90197
W. Carleton, ‘Drink’ in Short lantern readings 26 (1898)
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90198
‘The farmer's boy’ in several compilations
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90207
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90209
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90213
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90214
‘The mill wheel’ in several compilations
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90216
M.E. Lynn, ‘Tale of two pig tails’ in Short lantern readings 25 (1897)
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90219
M.E. Lynn, ‘How they catch bears in Siberia’ in Short lantern readings 25 (1897)
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90220
M.E. Lynn, ‘Choosing the Christmas turkey’ in Short lantern readings 25 (1897)
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90221
Lewis Brockman, ‘Molly’ in Short lantern readings 25 (1897)
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90222
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90223
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90224
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 24 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1896)
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90225
Robert Craven, ‘The lady cyclist’ in Short lantern readings 24 (1896)
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90226
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90227
Robert Craven, ‘The gorilla and the wasp’ in Short lantern readings 24 (1896)
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90228
Robert Craven, ‘Fun up the Ganges’ in Short lantern readings 24 (1896)
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90229
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90230
Robert Craven, ‘The Christmas goose’ in Short lantern readings 24 (1896)
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90231
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 18 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1894)
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90232
Robert Craven, ‘A lady's adventure in a new dress’ in Short lantern readings 18 (1894)
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90233
Robert Craven, ‘The lost cartridge’ in Short lantern readings 18 (1894)
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90234
Robert Craven, ‘The boys and the periwigs’ in Short lantern readings 18 (1894)
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90235
Robert Craven, ‘The boys and the flagpole’ in Short lantern readings 18 (1894)
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90236
Robert Craven, ‘Greedy Sammy’ in Short lantern readings 18 (1894)
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90237
Robert Craven, ‘The sympathetic gent and the dog’ in Short lantern readings 18 (1894)
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90239
Short lantern readings: no. 17 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1893)
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90240
Robert Craven, ‘The crushed hat’ in Short lantern readings 17 (1893)
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90241
Robert Craven, ‘The improvised cannon’ in Short lantern readings 17 (1893)
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90242
Robert Craven, ‘The revolver hat’ in Short lantern readings 17 (1893)
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90243
Robert Craven, ‘Tommy and the bird trap’ in Short lantern readings 17 (1893)
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90244
Robert Craven, ‘The naturalist and the ape’ in Short lantern readings 17 (1893)
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90245
Robert Craven, ‘The niggers and the ostrich’ in Short lantern readings 17 (1893)
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90246
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90248
Short lantern readings: no. 16 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1893)
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90251
Robert Craven, ‘Keep off the grass’ in Short lantern readings 16 (1893)
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90252
Robert Craven, ‘An adventure with a bicycle’ in Short lantern readings 16 (1893)
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90254
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90255
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90257
Robert Craven, ‘The little hero’ in Short lantern readings 15 (1893)
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90259
Robert Craven, ‘The joker's mistake’ in Short lantern readings 15 (1893)
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90260
Robert Craven, ‘The artful convict’ in Short lantern readings 15 (1893)
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90261
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90262
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90263
Short lantern readings: no. 14 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1892)
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90265
Robert Craven, ‘The youngsters and the sentry’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90266
Robert Craven, ‘The musician's revenge’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90267
Robert Craven, ‘The tiger and the niggers’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90268
Robert Craven, ‘The war horse of the future’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90269
Joshua Jenkins, ‘How we hunted a mouse’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90270
‘Burdock's goat’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90271
‘How Jimmy tended the baby’ in Short lantern readings 14 (1892)
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90272
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 22 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1895)
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90273
Robert Craven, ‘Watch him, Pincher’ in Short lantern readings 22 (1895)
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90274
Robert Craven, ‘The monkey's revenge’ in Short lantern readings 22 (1895)
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90275
Robert Craven, ‘Old Izaak's holiday’ in Short lantern readings 22 (1895)
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90276
Robert Craven, ‘Stiggins' last bottle’ in Short lantern readings 22 (1895)
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90277
Robert Craven, ‘Distraction v. extraction’ in Short lantern readings 22 (1895)
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90278
Short lantern readings: no. 21 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1895)
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90279
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘The pilgrim and the cross’ in Short lantern readings 21 (1895)
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90281
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90284
Robert Craven, ‘Who stole the widow's cow?’ in Short lantern readings 21 (1895)
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90285
Robert Craven, ‘Up a tree’ in Short lantern readings 21 (1895)
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90286
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90289
Short lantern readings: no. 12 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1891)
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90290
Robert Craven, ‘Jack the conqueror’ in Short lantern readings 12 (1891)
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90292
Robert Craven, ‘The wonderful telescope’ in Short lantern readings 12 (1891)
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90293
Robert Craven, ‘The fatal sausage machine’ in Short lantern readings 12 (1891)
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90294
Robert Craven, ‘Tabbie and the paint-pot’ in Short lantern readings 12 (1891)
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90295
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 3 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., c.1887)
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90296
Robert Craven, ‘The three bears’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90297
Robert Craven, ‘The rhinoceros and the fly’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90298
Robert Craven, ‘Ice Peter’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90299
Robert Craven, ‘The artist and his model’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90300
Robert Craven, ‘The miller and the donkey’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90301
Robert Craven, ‘The sleepy waggoner’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90302
Robert Craven, ‘The mischievous boy’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90303
Robert Craven, ‘Women's rights’ in Short lantern readings 3 (c.1887)
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90304
Robert Craven, ‘The hare and the robbers’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90306
Robert Craven, ‘The hair restorer’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90307
Robert Craven, ‘The dog and the dress improver’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90308
Robert Craven, ‘The Jones's going to church’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90309
Robert Craven, ‘The artists in distress’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90310
Robert Craven, ‘The pot of paint’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90311
Robert Craven, ‘Story of the drawbridge’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90312
Robert Craven, ‘The old, old story’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90313
Robert Craven, ‘Ye elopement through ye stocking’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90314
Robert Craven, ‘Baron Brag’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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90315
Short lantern readings: no. 1 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., c.1887)
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90316
Hannah R. Hudson, ‘The newsboy's debt’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90317
‘The dog of Saint Bernard's’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90318
‘The mouse in the boot’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90319
‘The tourist and the flea’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90320
‘The kittens' lesson’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90321
‘A troublesome security’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90322
‘The fatal sausages’ in Short lantern readings 1 (c.1887)
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90323
Miscellaneous tales: no. 10 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90324
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90326
Bret Hart, ‘That heathen Chinee’ in several compilations
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90327
J.J. Lane, ‘That heathen Chinee’ in Miscellaneous tales 10
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90328
Short lantern readings: no. 5 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., c.1888)
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90330
I have drank my last glass (Holmfirth: c.1888)
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90331
Robert Craven, ‘Pat and the bear’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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90332
Robert Craven, ‘Hans and his pig’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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90333
Robert Craven, ‘The swell and naturalist’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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90334
Robert Craven, ‘Saddling the wrong horse’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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90335
Robert Craven, ‘The elephant and snuff’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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90336
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90337
Robert Craven, ‘The squire and the sweep’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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90338
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 6 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1889)
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90339
Robert Craven, ‘Right turn -- march!’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90340
Robert Craven, ‘Crabbed age and youth’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90341
Robert Craven, ‘Attention!’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90342
Robert Craven, ‘The after dinner nap’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90343
Robert Craven, ‘Rank’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90344
Robert Craven, ‘The rival porters’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90345
Robert Craven, ‘The fatal physic’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90346
Robert Craven, ‘The treacherous help’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90347
Robert Craven, ‘The hedgehog and puppy’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90348
Robert Craven, ‘The canine critic’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90349
Robert Craven, ‘The way of the world’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90350
Robert Craven, ‘The gossips’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90351
Robert Craven, ‘The biter bit’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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90352
‘What little girls can do’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90354
Robert Craven, ‘The serenader’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90355
Robert Craven, ‘Trapping a bear’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90356
Robert Craven, ‘The tell-tale cigar’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90357
Robert Craven, ‘The critic and the ottoman’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90358
Robert Craven, ‘An awkward situation’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90359
Robert Craven, ‘The recruits and the sergeant’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90360
Robert Craven, ‘Kindness misplaced’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90361
Robert Craven, ‘Over polite’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90362
Robert Craven, ‘The pug and the sweep’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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90363
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 8 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1890)
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90364
Robert Craven, ‘The little match girl’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90365
Robert Craven, ‘The bookworm and the geese’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90366
Robert Craven, ‘The rivals’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90367
Robert Craven, ‘The miller and the sot’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90368
Robert Craven, ‘The old man and the mastiff’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90369
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90370
Robert Craven, ‘The bull and the bicycle’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90371
Robert Craven, ‘The tourist and the tunnel’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90372
Robert Craven, ‘The muff and the moth’ in Short lantern readings 8 (1890)
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90373
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 9 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1890)
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90374
Robert Craven, ‘Diogenes and his tub’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90375
Robert Craven, ‘The centre of gravity’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90376
Robert Craven, ‘The peasant and pigs’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90377
Robert Craven, ‘The swell and his new hat’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90378
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 10 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1891)
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90379
Robert Craven, ‘That everlasting cat’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90380
Robert Craven, ‘The revellers’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90381
Robert Craven, ‘The children and the waggoner’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90382
Robert Craven, ‘The troublesome baby’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90383
Robert Craven, ‘The frolicsome dogs’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90384
Robert Craven, ‘Mr Simpkins and the hawser’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90385
Robert Craven, ‘The F.P. man’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90386
Robert Craven, ‘Matilda Jane's back hair’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90387
Robert Craven, ‘Tit for tat’ in Short lantern readings 10 (1891)
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90388
Charles Dickens, Readings from Dickens (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90389
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90390
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90391
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90392
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90393
Charles Dickens, ‘Little Em'ly’ in Readings from Dickens
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90394
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90395
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90396
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90397
‘Hesba Stretton’, ‘Jessica's first prayer’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 2
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90401
London views (London: n.d.)
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90402
Sindbad the sailor (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90403
Our lifeboatmen (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)
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90407
William Cowper, ‘John Gilpin’ (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90408
Our firemen (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)
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90409
Charles Kingsley, Water babies (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90411
‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. J.H. Martin), Lost Gip: a service of sacred song (London and Manchester: S.W. Partridge & Co. and Onward Publishing Office, n.d.)
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90414
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90415
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90418
‘Dick Whittington and his cat’ in Fairy tales series B
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90419
‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in Fairy tales series B
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90420
‘Jack the giant killer’ in Fairy tales series B
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90421
‘The children in the wood’ in Fairy tales series B
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90422
‘Old mother Hubbard’ in Fairy tales series B
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90423
‘Aladdin and the magic lantern’ in several compilations
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90424
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90425
Ashmore Russan, ‘The edelweiss gatherer’ in Onward reciter 226 (July 1890)
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90426
Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Bells across the snow (London and Brentford: W. Nicholson & Sons and John Burnham, n.d.)
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90427
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90428
H.I. Watson, ‘A word for Sally’ in several compilations
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90429
‘Gulliver's travels to Liliput’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90431
‘The overland route to India’ in several compilations
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90432
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90433
‘Dick Whittington’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90434
‘Bluebeard’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90435
‘The tiger and the tub’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90436
‘The life of Joseph’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90437
‘The life of Christ: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90438
‘Palestine’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90439
‘The heroes of the lifeboat’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90440
‘The heroes of the Victoria Cross’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90441
‘Old London and our ancestors’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90442
‘Robinson Crusoe: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90443
‘Mischievous Tommy: or, a boy's troubles’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90444
‘Canadian life: past and present’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90445
‘Scenes in the Arctic regions’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90446
‘Cash Three’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90447
‘Natural phenomena’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90449
‘The Swiss family Robinson’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90450
‘The dogs and monks of St Bernard’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90451
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90452
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90453
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90454
‘Mother Hubbard’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90455
‘Don Quixote’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90456
‘The Holy Land’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90457
‘The stations of the Cross’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90458
‘The precocious pigs’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90459
‘Life in Africa’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90460
‘The phantom ship’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90461
‘Puss in boots’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90462
‘The story of Little Muck’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90463
‘The caliph stork’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90464
‘Punch and Judy’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90465
Caroline Norton, ‘Bingen on the Rhine’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90466
‘The educated cats’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90467
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90468
‘The pilot's story’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90469
‘On the brink: a tale of Monte Carlo’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90470
‘Scenes from Pickwick, etc.’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90471
‘The land of the pigtail’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90472
‘Cinderella’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90473
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90474
‘Ali Baba: or, the forty thieves’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90475
‘Red Riding Hood’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90476
Jerome K. Jerome, ‘Utopia’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90477
‘Romeo and Juliet’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90478
‘Natural history’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90479
‘Pilgrim's progress’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90480
‘Aladdin: new series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90481
‘Nellie's prayer’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90482
‘Sinbad the sailor’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90483
‘Modern London views’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90484
‘Life on board an ocean palace’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90486
‘Adventures with wild beasts’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90487
‘Scenes from the New Testament’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90488
‘The village blacksmith’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90489
‘How Cissie saved her father’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90490
‘Celebrated places of the world’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90491
‘The history of a chicken’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90492
‘Pictures from the Old Testament’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90494
‘The Arctic Circle’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90495
‘Reynard the fox: first series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90496
‘Discovery of America by Columbus’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90497
‘Western pioneers and Indian warfare’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90498
‘The calculating cobbler’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90499
‘The prodigal son’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90500
‘Comic characters’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90501
‘Jack and the bean stalk’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90502
‘Life in the Soudan’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90503
‘Beauty and the beast’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90504
‘Paul and Virginia’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90505
‘Reynard the fox: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90506
‘The children in the wood’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90507
‘How Jane Conquest rang the bell’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90508
‘The wicked parents’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90509
‘The snow white princess’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90510
‘The hare and the hedgehog’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90511
‘Mrs Wolf and seven little goats’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90512
‘Jack the giant killer’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90513
‘St George and the dragon’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90514
‘The miracles of Christ’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90515
‘The valorous little tailor’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90516
‘Little Red Cap’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90517
‘Brother and sister and the fairy gazelle’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90518
‘Little Tom Thumb’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90519
‘On the banks of the Nile’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90520
‘Incidents in the life of David’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90521
‘Jessie's dream: or the relief of Lucknow’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90522
‘Handy Andy’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90523
Lew Wallace, Ben Hur: a tale of the Christ (Bradford: Riley Brothers, n.d.)
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90524
Retaliation: [and other titles] (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90525
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90527
W.A. Eaton, All the winners (London: W.A. Eaton, G.H. Graham, M. Southwell and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., n.d.)
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90529
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90532
Miscellaneous tales: no. 1 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90533
‘The juvenile smokers’ in several compilations
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90534
‘The miller and the sweep’ in Miscellaneous tales 1
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90535
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90536
‘The morning after the carouse’ in Miscellaneous tales 1
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90537
‘The ducks and frog’ in Miscellaneous tales 1
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90538
‘The tale of a tub’ in Miscellaneous tales 1
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90539
Charles Mackay, ‘The gin-fiend’ in Miscellaneous tales 1
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90541
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90542
‘The unskilful rat-catchers’ in several compilations
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90543
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90544
‘Honest Jack’ in Optical lantern readings
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90545
‘Music v. art’ in Optical lantern readings
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90546
‘Not so easy as it looks’ in Optical lantern readings
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90547
‘The amateur whitewasher’ in Optical lantern readings
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90548
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90549
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90550
‘Mr Stubbs's sea-side adventures: humorously illustrated’ in Lantern readings for fairy tales series A (c.1890)
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90551
‘Blue Beard’ in Lantern readings for fairy tales series A (c.1890)
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90552
‘Lucky Hans: or, Jack in luck’ in Lantern readings for fairy tales series A (c.1890)
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90553
‘The peasant, his son, and ass’ in Lantern readings for fairy tales series A (c.1890)
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90554
‘Beauty and the beast’ in Lantern readings for fairy tales series A (c.1890)
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90555
Six lantern addresses for children (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1914)
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90556
‘A bag with holes’ in Six lantern addresses for children (1914)
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90557
‘The deaf serpent’ in Six lantern addresses for children (1914)
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90558
‘A pinch of salt’ in Six lantern addresses for children (1914)
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90559
‘Playing the game’ in Six lantern addresses for children (1914)
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90560
‘The thorn and the fir tree’ in Six lantern addresses for children (1914)
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90561
‘Vinegar and smoke’ in Six lantern addresses for children (1914)
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90562
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90564
J.J. Acworth, ‘Algiers’ in Adventures of Mr Snapshot [etc.]
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90565
Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope: no. 33 (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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90566
Charles Wakely, ‘Beware of the trap’ in Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope 33
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90567
Robert Craven, Short lantern readings: no. 11 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1891)
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90568
Robert Craven, ‘An awkward exchange’ in Short lantern readings 11 (1891)
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90569
Robert Craven, ‘The amateur sweep’ in Short lantern readings 11 (1891)
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90570
Matilda Mackarness, A trap to catch a sunbeam (London: Crosby Lockwood & Co., 1887)
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90571
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90574
‘The story of Ali Baba and the forty thieves’ (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90575
‘Robin Hood’ (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90576
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90578
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90579
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90580
‘Every-day street sounds’ (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90581
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90582
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90584
F. Grove Palmer, ‘Oblivious Mary Jane’ in The home of Santa Claus [etc.]
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90585
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90588
‘Prout’, ‘The bells of Shandon’ in Hop-picking in Kent [etc.]
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90589
‘In his keeping’ in Hop-picking in Kent [etc.]
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90590
Life and work of Pastor C.H. Spurgeon (London: York & Son, 1892)
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90591
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90592
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90595
O.F. Walton, A peep behind the scenes (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., n.d.)
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90596
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90599
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90600
W.A. Eaton, The farmer's fright (London: W.A. Eaton, G.H. Graham, M. Southwell, Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co. and John Ward, n.d.)
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90602
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90603
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Grannie Pettinger’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)
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90604
Mark Guy Pearse, A good old man (London: Chas. H. Kelly, 1880)
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90605
Graham Gordon, The harbour of Heaven: a service of song (London and Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)
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90607
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90610
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90614
‘The Tower of London’ in several compilations
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90615
‘Westminster Abbey’ in several compilations
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90616
A night with Burns (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)
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90617
The stately homes of England (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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90619
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90621
‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet: [and other titles] (London: Religious Tract Society, c.1897)
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90622
‘Hesba Stretton’, Poison in the packet (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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90623
Joe Sparks, and what struck him (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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90624
The marvellous cure: [and other titles] (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90625
‘J.D.’, ‘Jones's baby’ in The marvellous cure [etc.]
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90627
‘Bagdad, the Persian Gulf and Bokhara’ in The marvellous cure [etc.]
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90629
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90630
W.A. Eaton, The loss of H.M.S. 'Victoria' (London: W.A. Eaton, G.H. Graham, M. Southwell, John Ward and Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1893)
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90631
Liverpool to Chicago: by the Pennsylvania Railroad (Bradford: Riley Brothers, c.1893)
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90632
The life of David (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1895)
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90633
George R. Sims, ‘A dress suit’ in Three brass balls (1882)
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90634
The demon cat: [and] Tippoo (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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90635
‘J.M.S.’, St Petersburg (London: York & Son, c.1894)
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90638
Caudle's curtain lectures (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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90639
Rambles about Yorkshire (Bradford: Riley Brothers, n.d.)
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90640
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90645
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The miller and the sweep’ in The miller and the sweep [etc]
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90646
‘The wife's sacrifice’ in The miller and the sweep [etc]
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90647
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90648
Pompeii: past and present (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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90649
Poison in the packet: and other stories (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., c.1902)
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90650
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90651
‘Dick Wilson's home, and what changed it’ in Poison in the packet [etc.] (c.1902)
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90652
‘Joe Sparks, and what struck him’ in Poison in the packet [etc.] (c.1902)
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90653
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90654
A fishing expedition (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, c.1890)
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90656
Heroes and heroines of the Bible (Bradford: Riley Brothers, c.1900)
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90657
Robert Craven, ‘Mr Vanity's valentine’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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90658
Marion E. Forster, Faith's primroses (London: S.P.C.K., n.d.)
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90659
Jeanne d'Arc: [and] Lourdes and its grotto (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1910)
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90660
Margaret Oliphant, ‘Jeanne d'Arc’ in Jeanne d'Arc [etc.] (1910)
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90661
‘Lourdes and its grotto’ in Jeanne d'Arc [etc.] (1910)
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90662
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90663
The history of Great Britain: period G - the Tudors (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, c.1899)
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90665
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90673
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90674
‘Haddon Hall’ in Haddon Hall [etc.]
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90675
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90676
James Broadbent (arranger), A garland of fair flowers (Leeds and London: James Broadbent and Hart & Co., n.d.)
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90677
Walker's new series of temperance dialogues and recitations: no. 50 (Otley, Yorkshire: William Walker & Sons, 1889)
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90678
Robert Lee, ‘The curse of drink’ in Walker's temperance dialogues and recitations 50 (1889)
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90679
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90680
Miriam R. Smith, ‘A wholesome meal’ in Onward reciter 250 (July 1892)
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90681
The halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter: no. 4 (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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90683
Miscellaneous tales: no. 9 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90686
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90687
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90688
‘The toothache’ in several compilations
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90689
Mark Guy Pearse, The man who spoiled the music (London: Chas. H. Kelly, n.d.)
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90690
Liverpool (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90691
Athens and the Piraeus (London: Wrench & Son, 1893)
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90693
George R. Sims, ‘The fatal sneeze’ in The Dagonet reciter (1888)
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90694
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90695
‘The three bears’ in Fairy tales series A
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90696
‘Tom Thumb’ in Fairy tales series A
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90697
‘Jack and the beanstalk’ in Fairy tales series A
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90698
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90699
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The elephant and the crocodiles’ in The elephant and the crocodiles [etc.]
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90702
‘The coastguardsman: or, the dreadful effects of drink’ in The elephant and the crocodiles [etc.]
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90703
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘How Harry won his wife’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)
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90704
Will Carlton's farmer and his wife, Betsey (London: York & Son, c.1889)
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90705
‘Love lightens labour’ in A garland of fair flowers
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90706
‘Smiting the rock’ in A garland of fair flowers
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90707
‘Somebody's mother’ in A garland of fair flowers
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90708
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90709
Ethelinda Beers, ‘Not one to spare’ in A garland of fair flowers
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90710
Margaret J. Preston, ‘The silver plate’ in A garland of fair flowers
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90711
George R. Sims, ‘Billy's rose’ in several compilations
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90713
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90715
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90716
‘Keeping his word’ in several compilations
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90717
Short scripture readings: no. III (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1891)
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90718
‘The judges and the prophets’ in Short scripture readings 3 (1891)
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90719
‘The story of David’ in Short scripture readings 3 (1891)
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90720
‘The story of Solomon’ in Short scripture readings 3 (1891)
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90721
‘The Kings and the Prophets’ in Short scripture readings 3 (1891)
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90722
Lovers' strategy: [and other titles] (London: York & Son, c.1894)
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90723
‘The curtain’ in The lovers' strategy [etc.] (c.1894)
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90724
P.B. Power, Take out the thorn (London: S.P.C.K., n.d.)
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90725
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90727
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90728
‘W. Rye Leigh’, The river of life (London and Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, 1912)
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90731
Louisa C. Silke, ‘Stumps: a sequel to Nelly's champion’ in Shag and Doll and other stories (1881)
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90732
China and the Chinese (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90733
Mark Guy Pearse, The terrible red dwarf (London: Chas. H. Kelly, 1909)
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90734
Ruth Lamb, How Thrift's eyes were opened (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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90736
J.T. Allen, For Mother's sake: a story of the demon drink (London and Dublin: W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)
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90737
The treasures of the snow (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1912)
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90738
The wisdom of the birds (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1912)
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90739
Consider the lily (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1912)
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90740
W. Charter Piggott, The transformation of Jabez Grudge (Leighton Buzzard: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, n.d.)
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90741
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90742
The life of Martin Luther (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1897)
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90743
Nursery rhymes: [no. 1] (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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90744
Nursery rhymes: [no. 2] (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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90745
The great towns of Great Britain (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)
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90746
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90748
The catholicity of the prayer book: [and] Schism (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1902)
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90750
‘The catholicity of the prayer book: parts I to III’ in The catholicity of the prayer book [etc.] (1902)
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90751
‘Schism: parts I to III’ in The catholicity of the prayer book [etc.] (1902)
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90752
Fannie Eden (arr. John Burnham), Father, come home! (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, 1888)
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90753
M.B. Moorhouse, Jack, the joiner: a story of village life (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1892)
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90756
Mercy Stratton, Engine Bill: a true story (London: Church of England Temperance Society, n.d.)
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90758
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90760
Paris Exhibition, 1900 (London: York & Son, 1900)
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90761
‘The house that Jack built’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90765
‘Robinson Crusoe: first series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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90766
J.A. Houlder, Nonconformity and religious freedom (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1904)
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90767
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90769
Samuel Wilberforce, ‘Agathos: or the whole armour of God’ in Agathos and other Sunday stories (1839)
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90771
Manufactures (London: York & Son, c.1901)
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90772
‘Wool manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90773
‘Cotton manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90774
‘Cutlery manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90775
‘Soap manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90776
‘Boot manufacture’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90777
‘Glass making’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90778
‘Shipbuilding’ in Manufactures (c.1901)
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90779
George C. Grover, ‘Manufacture of iron’ in Manufacture of iron [etc.] (1907)
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90781
George C. Grover, ‘Manufacture of steel’ in Manufacture of iron [etc.] (1907)
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90782
George C. Grover, ‘Manufacture of tiles’ in Manufacture of iron [etc.] (1907)
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90783
George C. Grover, ‘Manufacture of bricks’ in Manufacture of iron [etc.] (1907)
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90784
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90785
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The sweep and miller’ in Curfew must not ring to-night [etc.] (c.1893)
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90787
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90788
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90790
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90792
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90793
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90794
J.J. Lane, ‘The tale of a flea’ in several compilations
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90795
Matilda Mackarness, A merry Christmas (London: Crosby Lockwood & Co., 1887)
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90796
Miscellaneous tales: no. 3 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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90797
‘Little Snow-white’ in several compilations
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90800
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90801
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90802
‘Old mother Hubbard’ in Miscellaneous tales 3
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90803
‘The sensational novel’ in several compilations
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90805
William Cowper, ‘Johnny Gilpin’ in several compilations
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90806
‘Five senses’ in several compilations
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90807
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90808
‘The elephant's revenge’ in several compilations
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90809
‘The miller and ass’ in several compilations
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90810
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90811
‘The tiger and tub’ in several compilations
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90812
Readings for lantern slides: tenth series (London: Walter Tyler, n.d.)
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90816
‘Worms and their work’ in Readings for lantern slides 10
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90818
‘Ants and their ways’ in Readings for lantern slides 10
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90819
‘Watch ye!’ in Lantern addresses for children
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90820
‘Quit you like men!’ in Lantern addresses for children
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90821
‘Stand fast!’ in Lantern addresses for children
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90822
Onward reciter: no. 243 (December 1891)
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90823
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90824
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90826
Edward W.S. Royds, ‘The bothering errand’ in Onward reciter 244 (January 1892)
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90827
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90828
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90829
The voice of love and mercy (London: Methodist Union, n.d.)
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90830
Jonathan Swift, Gulliver's voyage to Lilliput (Birmingham: Davis & Moughton, n.d.)
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90831
The life story of David (Allahabad: C.S.S.M., n.d.)
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90832
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90834
The Holy Land (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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90836
In and around Edinburgh (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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90837
The gin shop (c.1891)
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90838
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90839
J.W. McCall, ‘The bottle’ in several compilations
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90841
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90842
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90843
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90845
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90846
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90847
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90848
David, the sweet psalmist (London: Richard J. James & Son, n.d.)
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90849
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘James Peglar’ in several compilations
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90850
George E. Thompson, Tripoli (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, c.1894)
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90851
Betha Farr, The stolen shirt (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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90852
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Out of work’ in several compilations
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90853
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘A sad trade’ in several compilations
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90854
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90857
‘Ruth Elliott’, ‘Condemned to be shot’ in Auriel and other stories (1883)
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90859
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90860
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90862
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90863
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90864
‘Wit at a pinch’ in Onward reciter 193 (October 1887)
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90865
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90866
‘H.L.’, ‘The foolish toper’ in The foolish toper [etc.]
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90867
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The end of Mullins’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)
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90869
Robert Craven, ‘The lion and the acrobats’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90871
Robert Craven, ‘The family umbrella’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90872
Robert Craven, ‘The artist and monkey’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90873
Robert Craven, ‘The old maid and the sailors’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90874
Robert Craven, ‘Speed versus strength’ in Short lantern readings 9 (1890)
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90875
W.A. Eaton, The fireman's wedding (Sheffield: John Ward, n.d.)
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90876
Historic Lincolnshire (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1911)
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90877
Our British butterflies and moths: chapter I (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90878
‘Robinson Crusoe’ in Lantern lecture readings 4
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90879
‘Comical cats and dogs’ in Lantern lecture readings 4
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90880
Sea animals: chapter II (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90881
Animals: chapter III (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90882
Our colonies: chapter I – Canada (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90883
Little Red Riding Hood (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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90884
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90885
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90886
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90888
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90890
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90891
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90893
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90899
‘Syria and Palestine’ in several compilations
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90903
‘Reynard the fox’ in several compilations
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90904
‘A tour in Switzerland’ in several compilations
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90905
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90907
‘The overland route’ in several compilations
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90908
‘China and the Chinese’ in several compilations
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90909
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90910
‘The Pilgrim's progress’ in several compilations
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90911
‘The holy war’ in several compilations
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90912
‘Life and travels of St Paul’ in several compilations
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90913
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90914
‘Natural phenomena’ in several compilations
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90915
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90916
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90917
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90918
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90919
‘The town pump’ in several compilations
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90921
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90923
‘Scripture customs and manners’ in several compilations
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90924
‘Undine’ in several compilations
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90926
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90927
‘English cathedrals’ in several compilations
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90931
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90932
‘Ireland’ in several compilations
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90933
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90934
‘A tour in North Wales’ in several compilations
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90935
Walter Scott, ‘Kenilworth’ in several compilations
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90937
‘The inverted world’ in several compilations
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90938
‘The unlucky present’ in several compilations
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90939
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90941
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90942
‘The tiger and tub’ in several compilations
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90943
‘Mischief and complacency’ in several compilations
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90944
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90945
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90946
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90947
‘The little town of Weinsburgh’ in several compilations
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90948
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90949
‘Johnny Sands’ in several compilations
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90950
‘Robinson Crusoe’ in several compilations
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90951
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90953
‘The fables of La Fontaine’ in several compilations
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90954
‘Aesop's fables’ in several compilations
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90955
‘Mother Tabbyskins’ in several compilations
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90958
‘The miller and the ass’ in several compilations
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90959
‘Paris: before and after the war’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90961
‘Jack in luck’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90963
‘Animal sagacity’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90964
‘Gulliver's travels to Liliput and Brogdignag’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90966
‘Don Quixote de La Mancha’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90967
Robert Burns, ‘O whistle, and I'll come to you’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90968
Robert Burns, ‘For the sake of somebody’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90969
‘Bible animals’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90970
‘Astronomy’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90971
‘The new Little Red Riding Hood’ in several compilations
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90972
‘Dick Whittington’ in several compilations
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90973
‘Jack and the bean-stalk’ in several compilations
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90974
‘The children in the wood’ in several compilations
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90975
‘The three bears’ in several compilations
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90976
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90977
‘Ashantee: with the manners and customs of the people’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90978
‘The falls of Niagara: in summer and winter’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90980
‘Hogarth's industrious and idle apprentice’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90981
‘Italy: its ancient, mediaeval, and modern cities’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90982
‘American scenery in the far west: California, Nevada, &c.’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90983
‘The last journey of Dr Livingstone’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90984
‘Madagascar and its people’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90985
‘The cities of north-eastern Europe’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90986
James Merrick, ‘The chameleon’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90987
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90988
‘The cities and towns of south-eastern Europe’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90989
‘The Arctic expedition’ in Lantern readings original and selected 2
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90990
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90991
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90993
‘Jack the conqueror’ in several compilations
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90994
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90995
‘Arabian nights' entertainments’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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90996
‘Mrs Giles' run with the hounds’ in several compilations
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90997
‘The Tabernacle’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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90998
‘The life of the Saviour’ in several compilations
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90999
‘The Holy Land’ in several compilations
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91000
‘The Pilgrim's progress’ in several compilations
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91001
‘Robinson Crusoe’ in several compilations
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91002
‘Mother Hubbard’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91003
‘The wonderful sausage’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91004
‘Aesop's fables’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91005
‘Fun's edition of the poets’ in several compilations
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91006
‘Continental views’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91008
‘Natural phenomena’ in several compilations
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91009
‘The seasons’ in several compilations
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91010
‘History of a ship’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91011
‘Animals’ in several compilations
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91012
‘Cinderella’ in several compilations
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91013
‘Jack the giant killer’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91014
‘Jack and the bean stalk’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91015
‘The Great Pyramid’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91016
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91017
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91018
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91020
Edwin Waugh, ‘The grindlestone’ in several compilations
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91022
‘Prince of Wales's visit to India’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91023
‘Turkey and its European dependencies’ in Lantern readings original and selected 3
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91025
‘India in the north-west’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91029
‘The gossips’ in several compilations
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91030
Henry Gore, ‘A walk in the 'Zoo'’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91032
‘Sir Isaac Newton and the apple’ in several compilations
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91033
‘The Tower of London’ in several compilations
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91034
‘Westminster Abbey’ in several compilations
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91036
‘Death of the bluebottle’ in several compilations
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91037
‘Five senses’ in several compilations
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91041
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91042
‘Simon and his pig’ in several compilations
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91044
‘The hollow tooth’ in several compilations
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91045
‘The mouse-hunt’ in several compilations
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91046
John P. Cheyne, ‘Arctic regions’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91047
Henry Dixon, ‘Mysore and southern India’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91049
‘The travels of the Sultan of Ragobago in Grogolfland’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91050
‘Cat and mouse’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91051
W. Harry Rogers, ‘Ice Peter’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91053
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91054
‘The elephant's revenge’ in several compilations
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91056
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91057
‘Paris Exhibition, 1878’ in Descriptive readings and lectures 1
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91058
‘Tom Thumb and his six brothers’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91059
‘The three bears’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91060
‘Views in Switzerland’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91061
‘The slaves of drink’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91062
‘The two drunkards’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91063
‘Robinson Crusoe: third series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91064
‘Rain while you wait’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91065
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91066
‘Jeremi’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91067
‘The overland route to India: new series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91068
‘The life of Luther’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91070
‘Views of modern London: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91071
‘The life of Christ: first series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91072
‘Jacky Marlingspike’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91073
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91074
‘The fine art gallery’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91075
‘The emigrant's voyage’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91076
‘The dwarf Long Nose’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91077
‘Continental views’ in several compilations
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91078
‘Dickens' Christmas carol’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91079
‘Celebrated castles, palaces, etc.’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91080
‘Bicycle experiences of Tony Tompkins’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91082
‘Belle Belton and her bicycle adventure’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91083
‘The artist and the musician’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91084
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91085
‘Aladdin: or the wonderful lamp’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91086
‘Sinbad the sailor’ in several compilations
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91087
‘The Pilgrim's progress’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91088
‘Natural history: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91089
Beautiful birds from far-off lands (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91091
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91092
Durham Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91093
Charles Wakely, The temperance picture gallery (London: UK Band of Hope Union, 1891)
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91095
‘Lynde Palmer’, The little captain (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91096
William F. Piggott, Wonders of the wayside (Leighton Buzzard: T.J. and W.F. Piggott, n.d.)
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91097
English river scenery (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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91098
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91101
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91102
The county of Kent (London: Wrench & Son, c.1895)
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91103
Some interesting places in English history (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91104
J.J. Acworth, Venice (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91105
The cities of northern Italy (London: Wrench & Son, c.1893)
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91106
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91107
Gems of Devonshire scenery (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91108
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91109
The country of Wordsworth and Southey (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91110
The lakes of Killarney (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1898)
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91111
South Wales (London: Wrench & Son, 1895)
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91112
James Comper Gray, The Holy Land (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91113
H.J. Buckland, Tasmania (London: York & Son, 1896)
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91116
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91118
Our Indian empire (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)
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91120
Men who face death: the lifeboatmen (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1895)
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91123
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91124
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91125
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91126
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91127
‘Berlin’ in Berlin [etc.]
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91129
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91131
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91132
The region of the early churches (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1893)
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91133
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91134
H. Fitzgerald, Nan: a temperance story (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)
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91137
Fannie Eden, Father, come home: a temperance story (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)
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91138
Fannie Eden, The white slaves of London (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)
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91139
Grace Pettman, Shadowed by sin (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)
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91140
The land of the rose, shamrock, and thistle (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91141
W.M. Watts, The life of a plant (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91142
Fifty wonders in nature and art (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91144
Old and new friends at the Zoo (London: York & Son, 1897)
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91145
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91146
Sydney: New South Wales (London: York & Son, 1892)
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91148
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91149
From London to Mount Vesuvius (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., n.d.)
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91151
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91152
From London to Greece (London: Wrench & Son, 1893)
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91153
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91156
John Chalmers, Hong Kong (London: York & Son, 1897)
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91157
Life in many lands (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1899)
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91159
Washington to the North West (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91160
Manxland and its beauties (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91161
Venice: the gem of the Adriatic (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1896)
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91162
New York to the White Mountains (London: York & Son, c.1887)
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91163
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91165
James Comper Gray, Egypt (London: York & Son, c.1890)
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91166
Chicago city (London: York & Son, 1893)
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91167
Three weeks in the United States and Canada (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91169
Jamaica (n.d.)
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91170
Baalbek and Palmyra: two famous ruined cities (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, c.1896)
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91171
New South Wales (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91172
Malta (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91174
The Alhambra (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91175
York and its Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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91176
A day at Chatsworth and Haddon Hall (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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91177
Under canvas (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, c.1890)
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91179
A trip through Yorkshire (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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91180
Sherwood Forest and 'The Dukeries' (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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91181
Ben Nevis and its observatory (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91182
The Forth Bridge (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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91183
The Giant's Causeway, County Antrim (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91184
Derbyshire and the Peak (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91185
The city and cathedral of Winchester (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91186
Wells Cathedral and Glastonbury Abbey (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91187
Exeter Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91188
Lincoln Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91189
Around and about Naples (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91190
George E. Thompson, Cities of sunny Italy (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91191
Tasmania (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91192
F.W. Tremlett, Modern Egypt and its people (London: York & Son, 1880s)
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91193
John M. Skinner, Vienna (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91194
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91195
Owen T. Bulkeley, ‘Jamaica’ in Jamaica [etc.] (1890)
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91196
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91197
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91198
‘J.M.S.’, Stockholm (London: York & Son, 1893)
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91199
T.B. Lamburn, New South Wales (London: York & Son, 1901)
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91200
F. Henderson, The life of King Edward VII (London: York & Son, c.1910)
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91201
The Vatican (London: York & Son, 1895)
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91202
‘Spain’ in Spain [and other titles]
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91203
Morocco: its towns, people, and scenery (London: York & Son, 1904)
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91204
Glassware: [and other titles] (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91205
‘Glassware’ in Glassware [etc.]
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91206
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91207
‘Match-making’ in Glassware [etc.]
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91208
‘The motor car industry’ in Glassware [etc.]
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91209
The work of the Navy in the Great War (London: York & Son, 1915)
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91210
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91211
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91212
Alfred Watkins, Bees and bee-keeping (London: York & Son, c.1894)
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91213
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91214
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91215
John S. Bond, Transvaal in war: part 1 (London: York & Son, c.1899)
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91216
John S. Bond, Transvaal in war: part 4 (London: York & Son, c.1900)
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91217
John S. Bond, Transvaal in war: part 5 (London: York & Son, c.1900)
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91218
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91219
Stephen Thompson, London to Rome (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91220
Holiday tour in Yorkshire (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91222
Along the Devonshire coast (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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91223
A visit to Cambridge (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1889)
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91224
The land of William the Conqueror (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)
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91226
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91227
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91228
A tour in Switzerland: no. 2 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91230
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91231
John S. Bond, A trip to Paris (London: York & Son, 1897)
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91232
James W. Knipe, Rambles round Coniston (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1892)
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91233
Beauties of the Scotch coast (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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91234
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91237
Scotch lakes and mountains (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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91238
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91239
The Riviera: from Marseilles to Genoa (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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91240
Antwerp (London: York & Son, 1894)
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91241
Antwerp exhibition, 1894 (London: York & Son, 1894)
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91242
B.J. Malden, A tour through Sweden and Denmark (London: Wrench & Son, c.1894)
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91243
Brussels and Waterloo (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91244
A tour through sunny Spain (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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91245
London to Mont Blanc (Bradford: Riley Brothers, c.1887)
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91246
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91247
M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Deacon Todd's lesson: or, charity never faileth (London: A. Weekes & Co. and W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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91249
Edith M. Burnham, Dan Dawson's harvest (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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91250
John S. Bond, Transvaal in war: part 2 (London: York & Son, c.1900)
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91251
John S. Bond, Transvaal in war: part 3 (London: York & Son, c.1900)
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91252
John S. Bond, Transvaal in war: part 6 (London: York & Son, c.1901)
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91253
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91254
Madagascar (n.d.)
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91255
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91256
‘The hostile neighbours: or, the rival composers’ in English rhymes for German jokes 3
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91258
‘Treacherous Tom’ in several compilations
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91259
‘The honey stealers’ in several compilations
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91260
‘The greedy boy and the witch’ in several compilations
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91261
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91262
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91263
Robert Resker, The Holy Land: a service of song (London: Church of England Sunday School Institute, n.d.)
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91265
Alice Janvrin (ed. G.J. Chapple), Dragged down (London: Church of England Temperance Publication Depot, Edwin Sears & Co. and J. Curwen & Sons, n.d.)
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91266
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91269
John Graham (arr. John Graham), Laddie (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1889)
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91271
W.A. Eaton, The last shilling (Sheffield: John Ward, n.d.)
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91272
F. Grove Palmer, ‘Concerning coal’ in The history of a cotton bale [etc.]
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91274
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The history of a cotton bale’ in The history of a cotton bale [etc.]
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91275
The British Army: chapter II – on active service (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)
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91276
The British Navy: chapter II – the handy man (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)
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91277
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91278
Fannie Eden, Left alone: or, the orphans of Pinewood Cottage (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, 1893)
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91279
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91280
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91281
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91283
Amy Le Feuvre (arr. John P. Attwater), Probable sons (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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91284
P.B. Power, The oiled feather (London: S.P.C.K., n.d.)
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91285
Mickey Mouse in 'The moose hunt' (London: Ensign, 1931)
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91286
[Readings for Bird's Custard Powder advertising slides] (Birmingham: Alfred Bird & Sons, n.d.)
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91287
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91288
[Aschenbrödel: [and other titles]] (Nuremberg: Gebrüder Bing, n.d.)
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91289
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91290
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91293
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91295
[Comic verses in German] (Nuremberg: Gebrüder Bing, n.d.)
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91296
Neue märchen (Nuremberg: Gebrüder Bing, n.d.)
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91297
‘Dornröschen’ in Neue märchen
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91298
‘Schneewittchen’ in Neue märchen
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91299
‘Rotkäppchen’ in Neue märchen
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91300
‘Hänsel und Gretel’ in Neue märchen
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91301
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91302
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91303
Das Gespensterschiff: [and other titles] (Nuremberg: Gebrüder Bing, n.d.)
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91304
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91305
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91306
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91307
Sehenswürdigketein verschiedener Länder (Nuremberg: Johann Falk, n.d.)
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91309
Zeppelin (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91310
‘Les bébés’ in Les bébés [etc.]
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91311
‘Boum et Pif’ in Les bébés [etc.]
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91312
‘Bob et Ned’ in Les bébés [etc.]
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91313
‘Les animaux’ in Les bébés [etc.]
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91314
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91315
Les bébés: [and other titles] (Paris: E. Mazo, n.d.)
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91316
The conquest of the air: chapter II – dirigibles (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1910)
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91317
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91318
The conquest of the air: chapter III – aeroplanes (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1910)
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91319
Robinson Crusoe (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91320
‘Jack and the beanstalk’ in Lantern lecture readings 6
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91321
‘Ten little nigger boys’ in Lantern lecture readings 6
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91322
‘The tale of the three bears’ in Lantern lecture readings 6
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91323
‘Cinderella’ in Lantern lecture readings 6
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91324
‘The house that Jack built’ in Lantern lecture readings 6
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91325
Lantern lecture readings: series VI (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91326
Birds: chapter III (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91327
‘The Great Pyramid’ in The Great Pyramid [etc.]
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91328
‘The pawnbroker's shop’ in The Great Pyramid [etc.]
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91329
‘The well-read hunter’ in Popular lantern readings 1 (1880s)
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91330
‘Poor Pa's trousers’ in Popular lantern readings 1 (1880s)
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91331
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The doctor's fee’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)
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91332
‘Lodgings to let’ in several compilations
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91333
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘A day too late’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)
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91334
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91335
Der kleine Däumling: [Tom Thumb] (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91336
Schneewittchen: [Snow White] (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91337
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91338
C. King Proctor, ‘The legend of the robin’ in Short lantern readings 36 (1905)
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91339
C. King Proctor, ‘Glory Jim: a revival story’ in Short lantern readings 36 (1905)
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91340
British express trains (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1911)
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91341
Aesop's fables: chapter I (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91342
A country courtship (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91343
Henry Mills, ‘Dimes and dollars’ in several compilations
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91344
Birds and their nests (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91346
Our colonies: chapter II – New Zealand (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91347
The Russo-Japanese war: chapter I (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1904)
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91348
The Russo-Japanese war: chapter II (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1904)
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91349
C. King Proctor, ‘Our home in Heaven’ in Short lantern readings 36 (1905)
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91351
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91353
The honey stealers (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91356
W.A. Eaton, The fireman's wedding (Sheffield: John Ward, n.d.)
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91357
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91358
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91359
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91360
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91361
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91362
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91363
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91364
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91365
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91366
The Boy Scouts: chapter II – campaigning (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1909)
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91367
The Boy Scouts: chapter III – Scout law and chivalry (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1909)
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91368
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91369
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91371
‘Mark Twain’, ‘Aurelia's unfortunate young man’ in Aurelia's unfortunate young man [etc.]
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91372
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91373
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The absent man’ in Aurelia's unfortunate young man [etc.]
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91374
F. Grove Palmer, ‘A clergyman's adventures: a true story’ in Aurelia's unfortunate young man [etc.]
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91375
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91376
‘Life of a gnat’ in Readings for lantern slides 11
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91377
‘The life of a frog’ in Readings for lantern slides 11
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91378
‘The human body: the physiology of man’ in Readings for lantern slides 11
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91379
Waves of sound: [and] Sleepy Hollow (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91380
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91381
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91383
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The legend of a crinoline’ in The legend of a crinoline [etc.]
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91384
H. Lloyd, ‘The clever nephew’ in The legend of a crinoline [etc.]
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91385
‘The little town of Weinsburgh’ in several compilations
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91386
‘The tipsy geese’ in The legend of a crinoline [etc.]
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91387
Co-operative lantern lectures (London: Co-operative Union Southern Section, 1895)
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91388
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91389
Frederick Rockell, ‘The Co-operative Wholesale Society’ in Co-operative lantern lectures (1895)
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91390
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91391
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91392
Miscellaneous tales: no. 7 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91393
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91394
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91396
J.J. Lane, ‘The tale of a flea’ in several compilations
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91397
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91398
James Comper Gray, ‘Round the world in a yacht’ in Round the world in a yacht [etc.]
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91399
F. Grove Palmer, ‘Harry's donkey ride’ in Round the world in a yacht [etc.]
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91400
B.E. Slade and Arthur Linwood, Fully ripe: sacred song service (Eastwood, Nottinghamshire: A. Linwood, n.d.)
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91402
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91405
M.S. Haycraft and Percy E. Fletcher, Jack of the ferry: a service of song (Manchester: Onward Publishing Office and S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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91406
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91408
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91418
‘G.M.H.’ (arr. James Tipton), Whiter than snow (London: S.P.C.K., A. Weekes & Co. and Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1882)
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91431
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91436
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91440
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91443
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91447
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91449
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91453
‘City of London’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91454
‘London’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91455
‘London: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91456
‘Palestine’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91457
‘Jerusalem’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91458
‘Holy Land’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91459
‘Wild animals: no. 1’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91460
‘Wild animals: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91461
‘Animals' heads: from life’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91462
‘Switzerland’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91463
‘The Crystal Palace’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91464
‘Tower of London’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91465
‘Ireland’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91466
‘Italy’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91467
‘Sunny Italy’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91468
‘Rome’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91469
‘River Thames’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91470
‘Kew Gardens’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91471
‘Hampton Court’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91472
‘Kent’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91473
‘Studies from life: no. 1’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91474
‘Studies from life: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91475
‘Marine studies’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91476
‘Shipping studies’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91477
‘Three tiny pigs’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91478
‘Passion Play’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91479
‘Natural History Museum’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91480
‘The lifeboat’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91481
‘America’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91482
‘Scripture: no. 1’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91483
‘Scripture: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91484
‘Cathedrals: no. 1’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91485
‘Cathedrals: no. 2’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91486
‘Castles’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91487
‘Scotland’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91488
‘Windsor Castle’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91489
‘Isle of Man’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91490
‘India’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91491
‘Comic’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91492
‘Westminster Abbey’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 1
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91493
An urgent question (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91494
Scott's notes by the way for the lantern: the reciter's companion (Kingston-upon-Hull and Leeds: James Scott and R. Scott, n.d.)
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91495
Edward Farmer, ‘Little Jim’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91496
‘John Hampton's home’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91498
‘Jack and the beanstalk’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91499
‘Old Mother Hubbard’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91500
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91501
S.C. Hall, ‘Boons and blessings’ in several compilations
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91503
‘Mother's last words’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91504
‘The Pilgrim's progress’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91505
‘Cinderella: or, the glass slipper’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91506
‘European views’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91507
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91508
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91509
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91510
‘Gone with a handsomer man’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91511
‘Over the hills from the poor-house’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91512
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91514
‘Azorl: or Much ado about nothing’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91515
‘The boy highwayman’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91516
‘Pussy's transgression’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91517
‘William Tell’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91518
‘The reward of covetousness’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91519
‘The critics’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91520
‘The barred window’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91521
‘The sledge party’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91522
‘The stolen sausage’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91523
‘The lazy traveller’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91524
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91526
‘Reynard the fox’ in Scott's notes by the way
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91528
Wilfred E. Garment, The broken vase (Toronto: United Church Publishing House, c.1924)
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91529
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91530
Famous liners of the world: chapter I (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91532
The geography of the telephone (Montreal: Bell Telephone Company of Canada, n.d.)
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91533
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91537
‘A lively snowball’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91539
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91543
O.F. Walton, Taken or left (Toronto: United Church Publishing House, n.d.)
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91544
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91546
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91552
‘Our penny readings’ in Lantern readings
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91553
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91558
S.C. Hall, ‘Boons and blessings’ in several compilations
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91559
M. Martin, Esmeralda (London: J.S. Phillips, n.d.)
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91561
‘Ruth Elliott’, ‘The lighthouse keeper’ in Auriel and other stories (1883)
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91562
The Shakespeare country (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1890)
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91563
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91564
J.W. Kirton, Buy your own goose (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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91565
J.W. Kirton, Buy your own cherries! (Norwich: S. Jarrold, n.d.)
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91567
John Colwell, Christmas in Paradise (London: Wesleyan Conference Office, n.d.)
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91568
‘The honey stealers’ in several compilations
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91570
‘Treacherous Tom’ in several compilations
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91571
‘The toothache’ in several compilations
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91572
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91573
‘The ducks and the frog’ in several compilations
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91574
‘The greedy boy and the witch’ in several compilations
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91575
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91576
‘The elephant's revenge’ in several compilations
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91577
‘The king and the miller of Dee’ in Readings for lantern slides 2
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91578
‘The sailor and the monkey’ in Readings for lantern slides 2
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91579
William Cowper, ‘John Gilpin’ in several compilations
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91582
Aladdin and the wonderful lamp (W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91583
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91584
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91585
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91586
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91587
Wild animals and how they are hunted (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91588
Lantern lecture readings: series VII (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91590
‘Sindbad the sailor’ in Lantern lecture readings 7
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91594
‘Aladdin and the wonderful lamp’ in Lantern lecture readings 7
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91595
‘London views’ in Lantern lecture readings 7
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91596
Dick Whittington (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91597
Tom Thumb (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91598
Caudle's curtain lectures (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91599
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91600
The Pilgrim's progress: chapter II – Vanity Fair (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91601
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91602
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91603
The World War: chapter I – the call to arms (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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91604
The World War: chapter IV – coming to grips (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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91605
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91606
The World War: chapter VI – Britain's Imperial unity (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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91607
The World War: chapter VII – round about Ypres (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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91608
The World War: chapter VIII – the War in the east (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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91609
Our colonies: chapter IV – India (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91610
Our colonies: chapter V – South Africa (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91611
London views: 1st series (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91612
Egypt and the Soudan (London: J. Barnard & Son, n.d.)
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91613
Brave deeds (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91615
‘Airships and aeroplanes’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91617
‘Effects slides: series no. 1’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91618
‘Effects slides: series no. 2’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91619
‘Effects slides: series no. 3’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91620
Beschreibung für die Märcherbilder (Nuremberg: Georges Carette & Co., n.d.)
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91621
Nursery tales (Nuremberg: Georges Carette & Co., n.d.)
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91622
‘Our storm warriors’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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91624
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91625
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91626
Washington Irving, Rip Van Winkle (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91628
‘Mr and Mrs Brown and the mouse’ in several compilations
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91630
Charles Aitken (arr. A.J. Foxwell), No room in the inn (London and Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)
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91631
The babes in the wood (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91633
Street life: or, people we meet (Bradford: Riley Brothers, n.d.)
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91634
Lantern readings for the young (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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91636
‘Bible animals’ in Lantern readings for the young
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91637
Clara Balfour, ‘Scrub, the workhouse boy’ in Lantern readings for the young
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91638
‘La Fontaine's fables’ in Lantern readings for the young
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91640
‘Dick Whittington’ in Lantern readings for the young
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91641
J.W. Kirton, Buy your own cherries (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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91642
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91643
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91644
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91646
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91648
A. St John Adcock, Only a pair of shoes (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1901)
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91649
Ideal pictures (London: n.d.)
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91650
F.W.N. Bayley, The new tale of a tub: an adventure in verse (London: George Routledge & Sons, 1858)
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91651
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91652
Charles Courtenay, Betsy Trollope's jug (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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91653
Gertrude Beach, The single bell: a temperance story (London: Church of England Temperance Society, n.d.)
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91654
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91655
Tied to his wife's apron string (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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91656
‘Tied to his wife's apron strings!’ in Tied to his wife's apron strings [etc.]
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91656
‘Willie's new boots’ in Tied to his wife's apron strings [etc.]
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91657
Dandy's bit of blue (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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91658
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91659
Mark Guy Pearse, Harry's pint: or threepence a day (London: Wesleyan Conference Office, 1880)
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91660
A.A. Wood, History of the English Bible (London: E.G. Wood, n.d.)
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91663
‘Peter Parley’, ‘Black Jack’ in Lantern readings original and selected 1 (5th ed.) (c.1874)
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91665
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91666
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91667
‘The three rogues of Bagdad’ in several compilations
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91669
W. Yorke, ‘Lecture on India’ in Lantern readings original and selected 1 (5th ed.) (c.1874)
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91670
J.W. Kirton, ‘J.W. Kirton on The trial of Sir Jasper’ in Lantern readings original and selected 1 (5th ed.) (c.1874)
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91672
T.D. Crewdson, ‘The Gemzé fawn’ in several compilations
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91673
‘The history of Tom Thumb’ in Lantern readings original and selected 1 (5th ed.) (c.1874)
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91674
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91675
‘The four stages of cruelty’ in Lantern readings original and selected 1 (5th ed.) (c.1874)
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91676
John Wallace and William A. Walker, Jack the newsboy (Otley, Yorkshire: William Walker & Sons, n.d.)
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91678
W.A. Eaton, Peter Perkins's pudding (London: W.A. Eaton, n.d.)
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91681
Charles Wakely, Alcohol and the human body (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91682
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91685
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91686
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91687
The accession of Edward VII (London: W. Butcher & Sons, 1901)
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91688
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91689
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91691
‘Cambridge and its colleges’ in Oxford and its colleges [etc.] (1903)
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91692
‘Heroes of the Goodwin Sands’ in Descriptive readings for lantern slides 2
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91693
C.E. Bowen, Jack the conqueror (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1893)
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91695
P.B. Power, The oiled feather (London: S.P.C.K., n.d.)
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91697
Charles Wakely, A temperance journey round the world (London: UK Band of Hope Union, 1892)
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91698
‘H.L.T.’, Depends on where you put it (Norwich: S. Jarrold, n.d.)
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91699
‘The doctor's boy and the whitewashers’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91700
Silas K. Hocking (comp. I.A. Edgar), Dick's fairy (Manchester: Onward Publishing Office, n.d.)
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91701
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91702
Silas K. Hocking, Her Benny (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1889)
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91704
Our colonies: chapter III – Australia (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91705
Honour bright!: a talk on truthfulness (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1913)
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91706
O.F. Walton, Little Faith (London: Lutterworth Press, n.d.)
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91708
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91709
Orkney and Shetland described (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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91710
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91711
Reverend Dr Lamar, The Pilgrim's progress (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1895)
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91712
William A. Blake (arranger), Christ on Calvary (Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)
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91713
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91714
Short scripture readings: [no. II] (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1891)
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91715
‘The Passion of Our Lord’ in Short scripture readings 2 (1891)
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91716
‘The story of Esther’ in Short scripture readings 2 (1891)
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91717
‘The story of Daniel’ in Short scripture readings 2 (1891)
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91718
Catholic lantern slides: series no. II (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1902)
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91719
Life's quest (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91720
D.L. Rodger, Scenes in prison (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91721
D.L. Rodger, Scenes at the well (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91722
D.L. Rodger, Scenes in the night (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91723
A stockbroker's question: the best investment (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91724
Invited to a throne (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91725
Seeking and saving (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91726
Mountain messages (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1908)
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91727
God's uttermost (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91728
A problem of life (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91729
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91730
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91731
Twentieth Sunday after Trinity: wise workers (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91732
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91733
Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity: forgiveness (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91734
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91735
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91736
Twenty-fifth Sunday after Trinity: God's goodness (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91737
First Sunday in Advent: the coming of the King (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91738
Second Sunday in Advent: the signs of the times (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91739
Third Sunday in Advent: the witness of men (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91740
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91741
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91742
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91743
First Sunday after Epiphany: subjection (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91744
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91745
Third Sunday after Epiphany: faith and power (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91746
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany: faithlessness (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91747
Fifth Sunday after Epiphany: good and bad (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91748
Sixth Sunday after Epiphany: sons of God (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91749
Septuagesima Sunday: the Christian athlete (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91750
Sexagesima Sunday: sowing the seed (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91751
Quinquagesima Sunday: Christian love (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91752
First Sunday in Lent: the temptation of Christ (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91753
Second Sunday in Lent: persistent prayer (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91754
Sixth Sunday in Lent: a great question (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91755
Monday before Easter: the loneliness of Christ (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91756
Tuesday before Easter: the rejected Christ (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91757
Wednesday before Easter: the betrayed Christ (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91758
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91759
Good Friday: Christ crucified (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91760
Easter Even: the dead Christ (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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91761
Memory cabinets (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1908)
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91762
‘The Mass’ in Catholic lantern slides series 2 (1902)
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91763
‘The Sacraments’ in Catholic lantern slides series 2 (1902)
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91764
‘The Old Testament: series no. 3’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91765
‘Old Testament: series no. 4’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91766
‘The life of Moses’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91767
‘Old Testament: series no. 6’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91768
‘New Testament: series no. 2’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91769
‘New Testament: series no. 3’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91770
‘New Testament: series no. 4’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91771
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91772
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91773
‘Natural history -- birds: series no. 1’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91774
‘Natural history -- birds: series no. 2’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91775
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91776
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91777
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91778
‘The sailor and the donkey’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91779
‘The baker and the tarred fence’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91780
‘Loved unto death: first series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91781
‘Loved unto death: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91782
‘Peter the fisherman: first series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91783
‘Peter the fisherman: second series’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91784
‘Picturesque Ireland’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91785
‘The rival bill posters’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91786
‘Bonnie Scotland’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91787
‘American views: series 5’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91788
‘American views: series 5a’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91789
‘American views: series 5b’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91790
‘American views: series 5c’ in Readings in prose and verse
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91791
The Doré Bible: chapter I – Bible heroes (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1909)
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91792
The Doré Bible: chapter II – the life of Jesus (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1909)
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91793
The Doré Bible: chapter III – Christ the teacher (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1909)
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91794
Temperance tit-bits (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91795
The halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter: no. 30 (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91798
Corney Simmonds, ‘Mountain Mary: even unto death’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 33
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91799
‘What the train brought’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 31
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91800
Children's life of Christ: chapter I (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91801
Children's life of Christ: chapter II (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91802
Children's life of Christ: chapter III (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91803
Ethnology (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91804
Good little Frank (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91805
Babes in the wood (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91806
The tiger and the tub (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91807
The punished apple-thief (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91808
The rat-catcher of Hameln (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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91809
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91813
How the Forth Bridge was built (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1889)
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91814
Robert Browning, The Pied Piper of Hamelin (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91815
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91817
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91818
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91820
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91823
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91824
W.A. Eaton, The fireman's wedding (Sheffield: John Ward, n.d.)
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91825
Rough Will (n.d.)
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91826
Picturesque Rome (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1901)
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91827
George R. Sims, ‘A dress suit’ in Three brass balls (1882)
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91828
The ten stations of the way of the Cross (Oxford: A.R. Mowbray & Co., n.d.)
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91829
George R. Sims, ‘The level crossing’ in Prepare to shed them now (1968)
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91830
Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope: no. 9 (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91834
‘Dip your roll in your own pot at home’ in Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope 9
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91835
‘Charley and the giant’ in Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope 9
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91836
‘B.H.C.’, ‘An Australian workman's rhyme: a true story’ in Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope 9
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91837
‘Song of the decanter’ in Recitations and dialogues for Bands of Hope 9
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91838
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91840
The last test match (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1908)
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91841
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91842
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91844
Der gestiefelte kater (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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91845
Hänsel und Gretel (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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91846
Rotkäppchen: [Little Red Riding Hood] (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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91847
Der Kleiner Däumling: [Tom Thumb] (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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91848
Aesops fabeln: I. Kapitel (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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91849
Aesops fabeln: II. Kapitel (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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91850
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91851
The halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter: no. 32 (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91853
J.G. Whittier, ‘The captain's well’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 32
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91854
John Critchley Prince, ‘The three angels’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 32
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91855
Harriet A. Beavan, ‘Brownie of Battery 6’ in Halfpenny illustrated temperance reciter 32
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91856
B.A. Kilburn and John Rinder, Signal lights (Leeds: James Broadbent, n.d.)
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91860
W.T. Stead (editor), Aesop's fables (London: Horace Marshall & Son and Review of Reviews, n.d.)
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91861
Brinsley Le Fanu (ed. W.T. Stead), Aesop's fables: new series (London: Horace Marshall & Son and Review of Reviews, n.d.)
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91862
Sydney Watson, Wops the waif: a story of London Arab life (Edinburgh: Pickering & Inglis Ltd., n.d.)
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91863
Why the 'Green Dragon' was closed (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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91864
Frank Freeland, ‘A trip to the North Pole’ in Readings for lantern slides 5
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91867
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91868
Comic Röntgen rays (London: Walter Tyler, n.d.)
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91869
Frank Freeland, ‘The young recruit’ in Readings for lantern slides 5
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91870
Die Bibel in bildern: Altes Testament [part 1] (Berlin: Projektion für Alle, n.d.)
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91871
Aesop's fables: chapter II (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91872
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91873
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91874
Reverend Dr Lamar, The life of Bunyan (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1895)
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91879
‘Jack and the bean stalk’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91882
‘Old mother Hubbard’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91883
‘Gulliver's travels to Lilliput’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91884
‘The old man and the ass’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91885
‘Jack and the bean-stalk’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91886
‘Hop-o'-my-Thumb and the seven league boots’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91887
‘Cinderella and the glass slipper’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91888
William Cowper, ‘John Gilpin’ in several compilations
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91889
‘The death of Cock Robin’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91890
F.W.N. Bayley, ‘Tale of a tub’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91891
‘Puss in boots’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91892
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91893
‘Robinson Crusoe’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91894
‘Bluebeard’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91895
‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91896
‘Jack the giant killer’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91897
‘Whittington and his cat’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91898
‘Sindbad the sailor’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91899
‘Aladdin, or the wonderful lamp’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91900
‘Ali Baba and the forty thieves’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91901
‘Popular lecture on astronomy’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91904
‘Natural phenomena’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91905
‘Natural history’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91906
‘Massa Tom: or the slave of Kentucky’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91907
‘State carriages’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91908
‘Fiz!: or something about a bottle of Champagne’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91909
‘Exmoor ponies: and wild horses of the prairie’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91910
‘The bottle and The drunkard's children’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91912
‘A trip to the east by the overland route’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91913
‘A trip to the summit of Mont Blanc’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91914
‘Whale fishing and voyaging in the Arctic regions’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91915
‘Ireland and its scenery’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91916
‘Scotland and its scenery’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91917
‘China and the Chinese’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91918
Charles Dickens, ‘A Christmas carol’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91919
‘The life of Our Saviour’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91920
‘The chief events mentioned in the Old Testament’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91921
‘Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91922
‘Second part of The Pilgrim's progress: Christiana and her children’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91923
‘Travels in the Holy Land’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91924
‘Scenes from the life and journeys of St Paul’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91925
‘Missionary scenes in Africa’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91926
‘The life of Joseph’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91927
‘Life of a missionary’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91928
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91929
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91930
‘Christian martyrs’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91931
‘Underground life: or, mines and miners’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91932
‘A visit to the ruins of Baalbec’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91934
‘Battle scenes and incidents of the war between France and Prussia’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91935
‘The heart and its inmates: or plain truths taught from pictures’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91936
Charles Mackay, ‘A trip to the Rhine’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91937
‘The drunkard's progress’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91938
‘The seven ages of drink’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91939
J.W. Kirton, ‘Buy your own cherries’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91940
‘Mother Tabbyskins’ in several compilations
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91942
‘The miller and the ass’ in several compilations
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91943
‘The best use of a penny’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91945
‘Scripture texts and proverbs for the magic lantern’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91946
‘Conjuring tricks for the magic lantern’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91947
‘The burning of the 'Birkenhead'’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91948
‘H.M. turret ship 'Captain'’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91949
‘Fables for the magic lantern’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91950
‘Conundrums for the magic lantern’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91951
‘King Theodore and the war in Abyssinia’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91952
‘A visit to the public buildings and monuments of London’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91953
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91954
Robert Burns, ‘Tam o' Shanter’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91956
‘Adventures of Don Quixote’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91957
‘A royal thanksgiving’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91958
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91959
‘Professor Sambo's popular lectures’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91960
‘Poetical truths’ in Lectures for the magic lantern [etc.] (1872)
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91961
Stefan C. Ioan, O câlâtorie la Spitzberg: [A journey to Spitzbergen] (Bucharest: Muzeul Pedagogic and Institutul de Arte Grafice C. Sfetea, 1916)
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91962
The World War: chapter II – the dash for Paris (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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91963
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91964
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91965
Mickey Mouse in 'The firefighters' (London: Ensign, 1931)
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91966
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91968
Living statuary: children from life (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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91969
Birds: chapter I (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91970
Birds: chapter II (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91971
Birds: chapter III (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91972
Lantern lecture readings: series I – animals (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91973
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91974
Lantern lecture readings: series IV (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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91975
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91976
‘Hesba Stretton’ (arr. John Burnham), Her only son (London and Brentford: A. Weekes & Co. and John Burnham, 1888)
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91978
John Burnham (arranger), Norah (Brentford: John Burnham and John Bateman, n.d.)
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91979
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91980
Grace Pettman (arr. Edith M. Burnham), Daddy (Brentford: John Bateman and John Burnham, 1895)
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91981
M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Harry Neil: or, tried and true (Glasgow and Brentford: Bayley & Ferguson and John Burnham, 1904)
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91982
Lost in the snow: [and other titles] (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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91983
Wilfred E. Garment, The broken vase (London: Religious Tract Society, c.1924)
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91984
The pedlar's loan: or Who was the thief? (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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91985
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91986
Halton Hastings, Mrs Brown's bargain (London: Church of England Temperance Society, n.d.)
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91988
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91989
Saved from the drink: or a sister's devotion (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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91990
Mabel King, ‘Clifford Gawton's resolve’ in Idylls of the poor (1909)
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91991
Hymns for sailors (London: n.d.)
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91993
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91994
Emma Marshall, Only a bunch of cherries (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1887)
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91995
Emma Leslie, Tom the boater: a tale of English canal life (London: Religious Tract Society, 1882)
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91997
Nelsie Brook, Come home, mother! (London: S.W. Partridge & Co., 1865)
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91998
Helen Briston, ‘Ned's helper’ in Ned's helper [etc.]
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92000
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92001
Lily Watson, Let me take his place (Stirling: Drummond's Tract Depot, n.d.)
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92002
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92004
H.K. Wood, The substitute (Stirling: Drummond's Tract Depot, n.d.)
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92005
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92007
‘Are you happy?: or, the old woman and the infidel’ (Stirling: Drummond's Tract Depot, n.d.)
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92008
‘Views of Palestine’ in Readings in prose and verse
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92009
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92010
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92011
The unanswerable argument (Stirling: Drummond's Tract Depot, n.d.)
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92012
‘Saved by obeying’ (Stirling: Drummond's Tract Depot, n.d.)
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92014
Cheyne Brady, ‘The savant and the boatman’ (Stirling: Drummond's Tract Depot, n.d.)
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92015
‘Lantern lecture on North Wales’ in Lantern lecture on North Wales [etc.]
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92017
‘Animal sagacity’ in Lantern lecture on North Wales [etc.]
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92018
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92019
The Railway Museum, York (London: London & North Eastern Railway, n.d.)
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92021
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92022
L. Lancaster, ‘In darkest London’ in Onward reciter 237 (June 1891)
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92023
The life and travels of St Paul (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1895)
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92024
A visit to the Zoo (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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92025
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92026
Wanderings in Bible lands (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1887)
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92027
Ellen Moorhouse, The calculating cobbler (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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92029
George R. Sims, ‘Old Parson Rayne’ in The Dagonet reciter (1888)
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92030
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92031
Mark Guy Pearse, Strike while the iron's hot (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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92032
Mark Guy Pearse, Bob (London: n.d.)
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92033
The life of Martin Luther (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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92034
William Wileman, The life and work of Luther (London: William Wileman, 1883)
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92035
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92036
T. Landley Leyland (arr. Carey Bonner), Theo (Manchester: Onward Publishing Office, n.d.)
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92039
John J. Rae, The way to Heaven for a sixpence (Edinburgh: Pickering & Inglis Ltd., n.d.)
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92040
The babes in the basket: or, Daph and her charge (London: Jarrold & Sons, c.1900)
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92041
Picturesque Cornish scenery (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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92043
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92048
A.W. Washington Palmer, Egypt and the Nile (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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92049
Mary Sewell, Mother's last words (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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92050
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92052
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92053
‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, 1867)
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92054
‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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92055
‘Hesba Stretton’, Jessica's first prayer (London: Lutterworth Press, n.d.)
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92056
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92057
‘Jack the giant killer’ in Readings in prose and verse
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92058
‘W. Rye Leigh’, Stony ground: a service of song (Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)
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92060
C. King Proctor, Riches and rags (Glasgow: Bayley & Ferguson, n.d.)
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92061
Charles Sheldon and Constance Savery, In his steps (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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92062
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92064
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92065
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92066
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92067
M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), Those merry bells (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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92069
Albert T. Jardine, Teddy: or the faith of a child (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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92070
The World War: chapter X - forging ahead all round (London: W. Butcher & Sons, c.1915)
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92071
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92082
Mickey Mouse in 'Santa's workshop' (London: Ensign, 1932)
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92083
Programme for an evening entertainment (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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92084
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92085
Human races (Nuremberg: n.d.)
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92087
M. Seeck, Puss in boots (Nuremberg: n.d.)
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92088
Celebrities (Nuremberg: n.d.)
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92089
M. Seeck, Robinson Crusoe (Nuremberg: n.d.)
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92090
R.C. Gillie, ‘The lamp and the ring’ in Little talks on temperance
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92091
George H. Aldous, Pictures from the life of Jesus (London: J. Curwen & Sons, 1888)
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92092
Found (London: Church Army, n.d.)
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92093
Forgiveness (London: Church Army, n.d.)
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92094
Silly sheep (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1907)
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92096
T.K. Longbottom (comp. T.K. Longbottom), The great teacher: a Bible story with sacred song (London: Tonic Sol-Fa Agency, J. Curwen & Sons and Sunday School Union, 1877)
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92097
James Comper Gray, The falls of Niagara (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92099
An architectural tour in central France (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92101
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92102
Thomas Moran, Bravo, Sergeant Campbell! (London: J.W. Butcher, n.d.)
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92103
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92105
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92106
Canary Islands and Madeira (London: York & Son, 1893)
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92107
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92108
Canterbury and its Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92110
Canada (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92112
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92114
Cuba and the Cubans (Bradford: 1898)
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92115
The Spanish-American War (Bradford: 1898)
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92116
‘K.T.’, A boy wanted (London: S.P.C.K., n.d.)
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92118
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92119
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92120
George E. Thompson, ‘From Barcelona to the Pyrenees’ in From Barcelona to the Pyrenees [etc.]
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92121
Lydia H. Sigourney, ‘Flora's party’ in From Barcelona to the Pyrenees [etc.]
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92122
‘Portugal’ in From Barcelona to the Pyrenees [etc.]
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92123
W. Marsden, Brittany and Brittany folk (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1893)
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92124
The Bay of Naples (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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92125
Calcutta: [and other titles] (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92126
‘J.L.L.’, ‘Calcutta’ in Calcutta [etc.]
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92127
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92128
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92129
S.C. Hall, Ireland: the south (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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92130
Alfred Sargant and G.J. Chapple (compilers), Tommy Noble's pledge card (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1894)
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92132
‘Hesba Stretton’, Nelly's dark days (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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92135
Mary Sewell, Almost wrecked (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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92136
Charles Courtenay, The two watchers (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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92137
Ruth B. Yates (comp. Thomas E. Hallsworth), Cripple Robbie: a service of sacred song (London and Manchester: Onward Publishing Office and S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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92138
Honour bright!: a talk on truthfulness (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1913)
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92140
The Holy Land (London: Sciopticon Co., n.d.)
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92141
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92142
Jim and his charges (London: Church Army, n.d.)
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92144
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The big arm chair’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)
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92145
J. Gray, Boggles (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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92147
Ruth Burnett's prize (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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92148
Hannah Harcourt Pickard (arr. John Burnham), Tim's 'special' (London: A. Weekes & Co., John Burnham and Richard J. James & Son, n.d.)
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92149
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92150
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92152
Alice Janvrin (arr. G.J. Chapple), For Harry's sake (London: Church of England Temperance Society, 1894)
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92153
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92154
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92155
‘Ethel Lynn’, ‘Our folks’ in Short lantern readings 33 (1902)
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92157
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92159
Stanley Sowton, Come along - let's join hands (London: A.B. Shaw & Co. Ltd., n.d.)
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92160
O.F. Walton, Christie's old organ: home, sweet home (London: Religious Tract Society, n.d.)
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92161
A visit to the Zoo (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92162
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Lost’ in several compilations
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92164
Lantern addresses for children (Bradford: Riley Brothers (1914), n.d.)
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92165
‘Be strong!’ in Lantern addresses for children
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92166
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92167
Edith M. Burnham (arr. John Burnham), An unseen singer (London: W. Nicholson & Sons and S.J. Shaylor, n.d.)
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92168
S. Horton (arr. Thomas Mitchell), Old Davie (Southport: Thomas Mitchell, n.d.)
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92169
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92170
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92171
Mabel King, ‘Mrs Burns's overture’ in Idylls of the poor (1909)
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92172
Charles Dickens and F.H. Truslove, The cricket on the hearth (London: S.J. Shaylor and W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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92173
John Burnham (arranger), Woodland music (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, 1898)
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92174
Silas K. Hocking, Poor Mike: the story of a waif (Manchester: Onward Publishing Office and S.W. Partridge & Co., n.d.)
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92175
F.M. Cowen (arr. John Burnham), Nell: the story of a London waif (London and Brentford: John Bateman and John Burnham, 1887)
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92176
‘Jim's Wife’ (arr. John Burnham), Timothy Crab: or, fighting the drink fiend (London: A. Weekes & Co., West London Auxiliary Sunday School Union, John Burnham and Sunday School Union, n.d.)
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92177
Minnie Lermont (arr. John Burnham), Won by a song: an Australian story (London: W. Nicholson & Sons and S.J. Shaylor, n.d.)
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92178
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92179
William Robson (arr. John Burnham), The river singers (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, 1885)
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92181
M.L. Rossvally, Charlie Coulson: the drummer boy (London: Chatham Pexton and W.B. Horner & Son, n.d.)
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92186
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92187
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92188
Onward reciter: no. 53 (February 1876)
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92189
Alfred J. Glasspool, ‘The story of little Mary’ in Onward reciter 53 (February 1876)
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92190
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92191
F. Grove Palmer, ‘The rope trick’ in The rope trick [etc.]
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92192
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92193
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92194
James Broadbent, Buttercups and daisies (Leeds: James Broadbent, 1890s)
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92196
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘A soldier's son’ in Gordon League ballads II (1903)
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92198
‘A strong contrast’ in To catch a sunbeam (1979)
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92199
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘The big arm chair’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)
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92200
George R. Sims, ‘Kate Maloney’ in several compilations
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92201
Mary Sewell, The lost child (London: Jarrold & Sons, n.d.)
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92202
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92203
‘The trawlers of the North Sea’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92204
‘How our ancestors travelled’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92205
‘Grace Darling’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92206
‘Our storm warriors’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92207
‘From the Thames to Siberia’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92209
‘Fire-engines and firemen’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92210
‘The wreckers: a temperance story’ in The trawlers of the North Sea [etc.]
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92211
‘Jim's Wife’, ‘Timothy Crab’ in Gordon League ballads (1897)
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92212
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92214
Louisa C. Silke, ‘Nelly's champion’ in Shag and Doll and other stories (1881)
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92215
William Cowper, ‘John Gilpin’ (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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92216
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92217
The thatched cottage: a story for old and young (London: Religious Tract Society and Leisure Hour Office, n.d.)
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92218
Try it (London: J.S. Phillips, n.d.)
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92219
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92223
Our tea: [and] The monkey and the elephant (Bradford: Riley Brothers, c.1891)
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92224
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92225
‘The monkey and the elephant’ in Our tea [etc.] (c.1891)
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92226
Lantern readings for the young: no. 1 (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92227
‘Life of David’ in Lantern readings for the young 1
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92228
‘Animals at the 'Zoo'’ in Lantern readings for the young 1
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92230
M.S. Haycraft (arr. John Burnham), No surrender (London: W. Nicholson & Sons, n.d.)
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92233
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92234
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92236
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92237
George Baker, ‘The fireman’ in Garry's elocutionist (1888)
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92238
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92239
The story of two sovereigns (Southampton: G.M. Mason, n.d.)
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92240
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92242
Robert Craven, ‘Honesty rewarded’ in Short lantern readings 11 (1891)
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92243
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92244
Fannie Eden, Bells across the snow (London and Dublin: W.B. Horner & Son, 1885)
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92245
Robert Craven, ‘The tell-tale cigar’ in Short lantern readings 7 (1889)
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92246
Robert Craven, ‘Attention!’ in Short lantern readings 6 (1889)
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92247
Robert Craven, ‘Ye elopement through ye stocking’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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92248
Robert Craven, ‘The apple thief’ in Short lantern readings 4 (1887)
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92249
Robert Craven, ‘The dog and the dress improver’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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92250
Robert Craven, ‘The squire and the sweep’ in Short lantern readings 5 (c.1888)
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92251
Robert Craven, ‘The pot of paint’ in Short lantern readings 2 (c.1887)
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92252
[China] (n.d.)
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92255
Mark Guy Pearse, John Tregenoweth: his mark (London: UK Band of Hope Union, n.d.)
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92256
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92257
Spain: [and] The waits (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92262
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92263
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92265
The British Museum (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92266
London: the metropolis of the world (Bradford: Riley Brothers, n.d.)
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92267
Henry Gore, A walk in the 'Zoo' (London: E. Marshall, c.1875)
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92268
Windsor Castle (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92269
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92271
Germany (London: Wrench & Son, 1891)
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92272
Calcutta and Bombay (Philadelphia: William H. Rau, 1891)
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92274
A day in Oxford (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92277
A tour through the English Lake District (London: Wrench & Son, c.1896)
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92278
The Queen's Highland home (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, 1888)
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92279
J.W. McCall, The lowlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92280
J.W. McCall, The highlands of Scotland (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92281
C. Arthur Lane, Descriptive lantern lectures on English Church history (London: Church Defence Institution and Kent & Co., 1889)
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92282
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92283
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92284
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92285
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92286
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92287
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92288
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92291
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92292
Ugo Vaglia, Eneide: [The Aeniad] (Brescia: La Scuola Editrice, n.d.)
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92293
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92294
Heldentaten (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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92297
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92298
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92299
Famous liners of the world: chapter III (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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92300
The history of a funny little boy (London: Poulton & Son, n.d.)
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92301
Ellis Reynolds, Our English cathedrals (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92302
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92303
Hoe Cissie haar vader redde: [How Cissie saved her father] (Apeldoorn: Apeldoornsche Lichtbeeldendienst, n.d.)
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92307
Asschepoester (Apeldoorn: Lichtbeelden Centrale, n.d.)
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92308
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92310
Het kleine lucifersmeisje: [The little match girl] (Apeldoorn: Apeldoornsche Lichtbeeldendienst, n.d.)
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92311
Robin Hood (Apeldoorn: Lichtbeelden Centrale, n.d.)
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92312
Van de Kalief, die ooievaar werd: [The caliph stork] (Amsterdam: Centraal Projectie- en Lichtbeelden Instituut, n.d.)
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92314
De vliegende koffer: [The flying chest] (Amsterdam: Centraal Projectie- en Lichtbeelden Instituut, n.d.)
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92315
De geschiedenis van kleine Moek: deel 1 [The story of Little Muck, part 1] (Amsterdam: Centraal Projectie- en Lichtbeelden Instituut, n.d.)
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92316
Charles Dickens, Een Kerstvertelling: [A Christmas carol] (Amsterdam: Centraal Projectie- en Lichtbeelden Instituut, n.d.)
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92317
Comical cats and dogs (London: W. Butcher & Sons, n.d.)
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92318
George R. Tweedie, Gossip about ghosts (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1894)
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92320
Das Gespensterschiff: [The phantom ship] (Nuremberg: Johann Falk, n.d.)
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92322
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92324
Richard Whittington: [Dick Whittington] (Nuremberg: Ernst Plank, n.d.)
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92325
Tapferes Schneiderlein (Dresden: Hüttig A.G., n.d.)
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92326
Zwerg Nase (Nuremberg: Johann Falk, n.d.)
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92328
Der kleine Muck (Nuremberg: Johann Falk, n.d.)
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92329
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92334
The finest hundred miles in the Borders: a motor coach run (Edinburgh: Scottish Motor Traction Co., 1920s)
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92337
E.H.L. Schwartz, The circle in South African myth (Cape Town and Johannesburg: South African Association for the Advancement of Science, 1908)
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92338
G.R. Balleine, ‘Opportunity’ in Lantern services 4
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92346
G.R. Balleine, ‘Prayer’ in Lantern services 4
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92347
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92356
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92357
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92372
‘Heroes of the faith: Daniel’ in Lantern services 8
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92373
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92379
G.R. Balleine, ‘Calvary’ in Lantern services 9 (1914)
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92381
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92382
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92392
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92394
Prince Charlie and 'the '45' (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92395
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92396
William E. Abel, The scarlet letter (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1896)
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92397
A trip to Monte Carlo and neighbourhood (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1901)
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92398
Charles Collins, Pictorial Madagascar (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1891)
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92399
The city of Florence (London: Wrench & Son, n.d.)
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92400
The blue lakes of Italy (Bradford: Riley Brothers, 1896)
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92401
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92402
Cuba and the Cubans (New York: n.d.)
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92403
The Spanish-American War (New York: n.d.)
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92404
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92407
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92408
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92410
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92411
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92412
Clifton Bingham and ‘Henry Trotère’, Asthore (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1893)
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92413
E.W. Rogers (arr. John S. Baker), ‘Skylark! Skylark!’ (London: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1901)
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92415
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92417
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92418
‘Edmund Falconer’ and Michael Balfe, Killarney (London: Duncan Davison & Co., 1864)
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92420
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92422
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92423
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92424
‘Nemo’ and Henry Pontet, Tit for tat (London: Enoch & Sons, 1880)
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92425
Charles Dibdin, ‘Tom Bowling’ in several compilations
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92427
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92429
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92433
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92436
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92437
Robert Burns, ‘Comin' thro' the rye’ in Beecham's music portfolio 1
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92439
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92442
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92445
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92446
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92450
Thomas Haynes Bayley and Sidney Nelson, ‘The pilot’ in Beecham's music portfolio vol. 14
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92452
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92455
Chas. J. Rowe and Ciro Pinsuti, The raft (London: Joseph Williams, 1875)
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92460
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92465
James O'Dea and Edward Hutchinson, Sammy (London: Francis, Day & Hunter, 1902)
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92468
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92469
J.H. McNaughton, Belle Mahone (London: Chappell & Co., 1867)
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92471
Canadian scenery and industries: set 1 (London: York & Son, 1901)
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92475
Wilmot Harrison, Westminster Abbey (London: Newton & Co., 1898)
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92476
The home of Grace Darling (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92477
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92478
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92479
Kalif Storch (Nuremberg: Johann Falk, n.d.)
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92481
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92482
Das heilige Land und die Stätten der Bibel (Berlin: Projektion für Alle, n.d.)
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92483
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92484
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92486
Das Leben Jesu (Berlin: Projektion für Alle, n.d.)
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92488
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92497
‘M. Piccolomini’, The toilers (London: Edwin Ashdown Ltd, 1895)
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92498
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92500
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92501
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92502
Fred Weatherly and Ciro Pinsuti, The bugler (London: Edwin Ashdown Ltd, 1879)
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92504
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92505
Newman Wolsey, Into Thy hands (London: W. Paxton, 1905)
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92509
S.J. Reilly and Benjamin Godard, Angels guard thee (London: Metzler & Co. Ltd, 1892)
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92512
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92513
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92514
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92516
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92517
C.L. Kenney, James L. Molloy, The vagabond (London: Boosey & Co., c.1871)
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92518
Fred Weatherly and A.H. Behrend, Auntie (London: Patey & Willis, c.1880)
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92519
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92522
Mary Mark Lemon and A.H. Behrend, Daddy (London: Boosey & Co., 1883)
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92523
Fred Weatherly and A.H. Behrend, The gift (London: Boosey & Co., 1895)
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92528
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92529
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92531
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92535
Rektor Fissen, Aus Richard Wagner's opern (Düsseldorf: Ed. Liesegang, 1912)
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92549
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92563
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92565
Henry Lyte and Arthur Sullivan, The sailor's grave (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1872)
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92566
William Rushforth and Ezra Read, ‘Which is the way to Heaven?’ (London: London Music Publishing Stores, 1903)
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92568
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92569
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92572
Orange Harriet: an old-fashioned tale (London: Salvation Army, n.d.)
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92575
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92576
Mary Sewell, Our Father's care (London: Jarrold & Sons, 1861)
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92577
The life of Jesus of Nazareth: part I - growth (London: Catholic Film Institute, 1959)
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92578
The life of Jesus of Nazareth: part II - labour (London: Catholic Film Institute, 1959)
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92579
The life of Jesus of Nazareth: part III - victory (London: Catholic Film Institute, 1959)
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92580
William Sinclair, Jesus of Nazareth (London: Newton & Co., n.d.)
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92581
J.T. Allen (arr. John Burnham), For mother's sake (London and Brentford: W. Nicholson & Sons and John Burnham, 1891)
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92582
Louisa C. Silke, ‘Shag and Doll’ in Shag and Doll and other stories (1881)
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92583
Guy Hayler, The liquor question in the United States (Newcastle upon Tyne: Temperance Institute, c.1905)
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92585
Lantern lecture on the League of Nations (London: League of Nations Union, 1924)
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92586
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92587
Mrs Nolan-Slaney, Joan of Arc (London: Catholic Truth Society, n.d.)
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92589
Alice Janvrin (arr. G.J. Chapple), Never despair: or Dragged down (London: Church of England Temperance Society, n.d.)
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92592
Drink: a picture-talk on temperance (London: S.H. Benson Ltd, 1911)
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92593
W.B. Hodgson, The poor of the big city (London: S.H. Benson, 1905)
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92594
A.J. Mills and Bennett Scott, Puritan maid (ah me! ah my!) (London: Star Music Publishing Co. Ltd, 1912)
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92595
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92596
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92597
Andrew B. Sterling and Stanley Crawford, In the village by the sea (London: Shapiro, Von Tilzer Music Co., 1903)
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92598
Harry H. Williams and Egbert Van Alstyne, In dear old Georgia (New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co., 1905)
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92599
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92603
Thurland Chattaway, ‘Little black me’ (London: Charles Sheard & Co., 1899)
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92604
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92607
Julian Jordan, The song that reached my heart (London: Phillips & Page, n.d.)
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92608
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92609
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92612
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92614
Frances Ridley Havergal and W.H. Jude, Consecration (London: Reid Brothers Ltd, 1905)
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92616
Clifton Bingham and Edith Cooke, The dreamers (London: J.B. Cramer & Co., 1897)
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92617
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92618
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92620
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92621
D.F. Gurney and Frank Lambert, God's garden (London: Chappell & Co., 1902)
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92622
Chas. K. Harris, Nobody knows, nobody cares (London: Feldman & Co., 1909)
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92625
Frederick J. Brooke, ‘A ballad of the sea’ in Onward reciter 237 (June 1891)
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92626
Picturesque Warwickshire (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., n.d.)
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92627
Westminster Abbey (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92633
Rambles round Warwick (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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92635
Sir Walter Scott and his country (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92637
Wild animals in captivity (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92638
Lichfield Cathedral (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92639
Mediterranean shores (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92641
Ultima Thule: or round the Shetland Islands (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, 1889)
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92642
Rome and the Vatican (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92643
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92644
The rivers, glens and waterfalls of Scotland (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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92645
The architecture of Scotland (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92646
Paris Exhibition, 1889 (London: York & Son, 1889)
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92647
Victoria (Aberdeen: G.W. Wilson, n.d.)
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92648
The ruined cathedrals and abbeys of Scotland (Dundee: Valentine & Sons, n.d.)
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92649
J. Forsyth Ingram, Stanley in Africa (London: York & Son, n.d.)
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92650
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92653
‘The telegram’ in Onward reciter 224 (May 1890)
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92654
James Robb, ‘A life story’ in Onward reciter 224 (May 1890)
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92655
Agnes M. Sibly, ‘There's a land: extra verses’ in Short lantern readings 30 (1900)
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92656
Short lantern readings: no. 20 (Holmfirth: Bamforth & Co., 1895)
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92657
Arthur Carlton, ‘The galley slave’ in Short lantern readings 20 (1895)
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92658
Robert Craven, ‘The sleepy gent and goat’ in Short lantern readings 20 (1895)
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92659
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92660
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Saving the lost’ in Short lantern readings 20 (1895)
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92661
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘Timely advice’ in Short lantern readings 20 (1895)
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92662
Robert Craven, ‘The cobbler and corpse’ in Short lantern readings 20 (1895)
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92663
M.B. Moorhouse, ‘The wonderful echo’ in Short lantern readings 20 (1895)
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92664